Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 6, 1973 · Page 20
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, July 6, 1973
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ffidoV/ July 6, 1973 SHORT RIBS I BUZ SAWYER HI « you KNOW mi t**m -awn* HAVE AN.0ON If WA£ A fUQUg UtApft* 2 MAN WHAT if MENJI? IW1 tr NM. I«, t.M. tig. US, M. Oil. LEPYBACfcTD CAjfcfH, BLONDIE CAN VDUSE SBNRE ] A POOR MAN A CUP OF COFFEE? WSVE SIEVES MEr ^ • Wtf YOUR HUSBAND, /VOULLSEE MSS.BUMSTEAD ) HIM "HE'S l ^-AK -^ir/' OUTSIDE, BUGS BUNNY BR...OKAY/PETUNIA' SAME TIME NBXT WlY POVOU, SPACE MV L DRIVING LESSONS SO FAR- IT TAXES ME THAT LONG 1 TO &ET MV NERVE SACK J CAME TO THE CORRAL WEf, f&BLO THINKS THEPONKEYFELLIN. tOfi. I 06WT BUY THAT. mrr t THIMK t KMOW HOW HE GOT mer. WHOEVER STAWEP V*16RY STOPPED' HERE TO WASH Sl66t> OFPTHE SADDLE AH& PROBABLY THREW WATER ON HIM To MAKE ft LOOK LIKE HE'D FALLEN IM. Walt Disncy't SCAMP WINTHROP MV GRANDMOTHER GOT MARRIED WHEN SHE WAS IM, ANP MY MOM WAS \1, WHEN SHE GOT MARRIED. Transportation BntHftgton Northern Eastbouad S48. Chicago (Mon.-Sat.) . 7:35 a.m. 6 Chicago (Mon.-Sun.) 7:53 a.m. (Stops at Aurora only) 346 Chicago (Sun. only) 10:20 a.m. Burlington Northern Westbound 5 Denver-S.F 7 :10 p.m. Burlington Northern Southbound 347 Qulncy — 8:40 p.m. Santa Fe Eastbound 14~Chlcago „ — 9:08 a.m. 4 Chicago 10:10 a.m. Santa Fe Westbound 15 Houston — - 8:00 p.m. 3 Los Angeles 9:25 p.m. ; BUS SCHEDULE Westbound To West Coast 7 :00 a.m. To West Coast 5 :20 p.m. To Davenport (la.) and West Coast (Frl. and i Sun.) 6:20 p.m Departure* Eastbound To Peoria-Indianapolis ..12:05 p.m. To Chicago-East Coast ..12:05 p.m. To Chicago-East Coast 7:20 p.m. To Peoria-Indianapolis 7:20 p .m. Southbound To Springfield (111.), St. Louis (Mo.) and point* i south : ..12:05 p.m Springfield (111.), St. Louis (Mo.) and polnta south (Fri.-Sun.) 4.05 p.m. St. Louis 5:20 p .m. AIRLINE SCHEDULE Ozark Northbound To TO 702 810 80S 807 To Chicago* 8:35 a.m. '(Except Sunday: 702 becomes 790 departing 9:00 a.m.) To Chicago 6:35 p .m. Ozark. Southbound OUR BOARDING HOUSE-With Maj. Hoople To St. Louis .. To St. Louis 10:22 a.m. 9:42 p.m. Jacoby On Bridge EAST 4102 V106S • 8532 410765 NORTH '/:,-: 4QJ9S VQJ84 • AK6 494 WEST •« *A752 *?* SOUTH (D) 4AK876 VK9 • 74 - 4AKQ2 ' --North-Southvulnerable West North Eat South 14 Pail 34 Pass 4N.T. Pass 54 Pass 54 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— 4Q Blackwood Early, Slam Missed By Oswald & James Jacoby Virtually all rubber bridge P'liftFs know about Blackwood convention and tend to drag it out^on the slightest provocation. Most of them seem to think ' it-jtkjgal to bid a slam unless •• ai "some stage on the way one ' of partners murmurs "Four no-trump." South's four no-trump bid illustrates this. He holds 19 points. His partner has given him.a jump raise. Naturally enough, he is interested in a sla'rn and goes right into Blackwood. This bid gives North no problem.-He has one ace and responds five diamonds. Now we get back to South. He knows there is an ace against hwrl^He looks at his two little diamonds and decides to five and win the rubber. Six wraps up and he asks North, "How could I tell whieh ace you htfdt" .. North doesn't bother an an' fewer? The rubber is over and the' score marked down. ' We can answer. There was no way, but there was no reason "'foriSouth to use Blackwood. He • shtfnld have bid four clubs after the'lhree-spade response. This would have made it easy for North to bid four diamonds to showttiajt ace whereupon South could have jumped right to six spades or gone into Blackwood i !o see if North might hold two I aces. j (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Station WGIL Radio AM Schedule SATURDAY A.M.— 4:55—Sign On Portals of Prayer 5:00—News 5:05—Music 1 5:25—Collins Market 5:30—RFD Illinois 6:00—News 6:10—Music 6:30—News NLS & Sports 6:40—Music 7:00—News 7:10—Music 7:30—News 7:45—Music 7:55—Aviator's Report 8:00—News NLS & Sports 8:10—Music 8:20—Midwest Photo 8:30—News- 8:35—Music 8:55—Pink and Blue 9:00—News 9:05—Music 9:30—News 9:35—Music 10:00—News •• 10:05—Mid-Morning Markets 10:10—Music 10:30—News 10:35—Firemen's Program 11:00—News 11:05—Music 11:30—News 11:35—Music 11:55—Portals of Prayer P.M.— 12:00—News 12:05—It's Your Thing 12:15—Extension Advisor 12:25—Weather 12:30—News 12:35—News 12:50—Snorts 12 :55— Weather 1:00—Jack Anderson 1:05—Music During the Afternoon News on The Hour and Half Hour. Otherwise Muilc 5:00 News 5:05—News 5:18—State Employment Service 5:20—Sports 5:25—Weather 5:26—Steve McCormick 5:30—News 5:35—Strategy Report 8:55-Jimmy The Greek 6:00—News 6:05—Music At Night, News on the Hour and Halt Hour. Otherwise Music 10:00—Nightcap News 10:15— Public Service Program 10:30—News 10:35—Music 11:00—News 11:05—Music 11:30—Sports Scores 11:35—Music All Night Long News On The Hour and Half Hour. BOY, DID WE SEE A SRG0VYMOVIE'. THREE KIPS WERE CAPTURED, BYPIRATES/BUT •• ESCAPED B/ MAKIN THEIR 0WN 6UNP0WDER AND BLOWIN' UP; THE DUNSEON! i«' W WE* NEVER W0ULD HAVE UNPBRST&tfP HOW. THEY PIP IT IF WE HADN'T STUDIED UP BEFOREHAND.' MV W0RD, IF YOU ^ WERE AT THAT SPECIAL HOLIDAY MOVIE THAT/*EANS ' , YOU COULDN'T HAVE HARMED MR. BAXTERS TRASH, BARREL.' /A ) vm tr NMTW.. TX . »H- U.». fa., wt THERE'S THE PHONE AS AIN.' PERFBCY ALIBI 7-6 EARLS' MARRIAGES SEEM TO RUN INMV BA/VMLV:.. ISN'T THAT NICE? WW POES /VrV SHIRT COLLAR. FEEL SO TIGHTALLOF A SUDDEN? CAPTAIN EASY AH, MI5$ WILPC YOU'RE BACK Vf$».X'M *ORRy TO ^ TROUBLE YOU 50 LATB, , 1 MI$$dRUNPy,..BUTPlD FLOyp EVER, C0AA6 HOME? HE PID.^O THERE'$ NO FURTHER NEED TO PI4TURB YOURSELF MI59.iVfLPE..ORHIIVl! HE5 SOME OUT TO THE «UMMERH0U5E«.TO Be ALONC FOR A WHILE! OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williaiiw 10:05—High School Otherwise Sports Music Station WGIL Radio FM Schedule SATURDAY A.M.— Midnight—Nighttime Music 5:0O— News 5:05—Wake-Up Show 5:30—Eddie Collins Market Report 5:35—Wake-Up Show 6:00—News 6:05—Wake-Up Show 6:30—News 6:35—Wake-Up Show 6 :55— Complete Weather Show 7:00—News <National & Local) 7:10—Farm News and Sports 7:25—Music 7:30—Breakfast Edition of the News 7:45—Country Music in Stereo 8 :15— News 8:20—Howard Cosell Speaking on Sports 8:25—Country Music in Stereo P.M.' Noon—It's Your Thing 12:30—News, Weather & Sports THOSE auys WHOAWTICIPATE YOUR EVERy AAOVE DRIVE ME . NUTS-UKE SHOVIU'A BLUWT f PEWCIL STUB AT VOU WHEW VOL1 GOT A POCKETFUL OF .SHARP OWES-- OFFERIW YOU A CHEAP LITTLE CiaAR.AKJ'SIWiSEIUO' y<3UR MUSTACHE WITH A .U6HTER--TH/KJOS LIKE THAT/ yeAH, BUT HOW ABOUT TH' I OWE5 WHO BEAT SOU TO TH' I RESTAURAUT CHECK ,TH'TIRE ' PUMP, AK1' TH' HEAW EWP OF . A CASTIM6? THOSE I LIKE.' IT ALL PEPEMDS 7-* TH. It* Ut M. 0*1 RKiJITTCRISni -4, • ••• • w" mil IJI'IUM^^ JOHNNY HAZARD ^ARBFULLy NOTING- EVERX BROKEN TWlft EACH TORN LEAR.rTHEy KICK UP THEIR NEXT CLUB By A WE LLr WORN PATH... JA LEN& PUSTER/ VE ARE ON THE RI«HT WAy.„ ANP SO WA& SNAr7„ TRAILING. HIS ' ALMOS-PKILLER0/ THIS PATH HA«y SEEN A LCrr OF .TRAFFIC, ^UPCTENiayTHB EARTH 6HAVCE5/ V /a i*— M ALLEY OOP 1:00—Country Music In Stereo 4:15—News 4:25—Howard Cosell Speaking on Sports 4:30—Country Music In Stereo 5:00—News, weather & Sports 5:30—Country Music in Stereo WGIL-FM will broadcast Sporting Events of Area and National Interest. Check WGIL'a Sports Schedule In Monday'! negister-Mall for the exact Time. News from the American rM Radio Network can be heard on WOIL -rM at fifteen after Cach Hour. In 1971, jazz trumpeter Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong died. In 1972, Athenagoras I, patriarch of the Eastern Orthodox Church, died. HE HAS THE STRENGTH OF A WILD BOAR/ SIRE/ AND HE FIGHTS WITH THE CUNNING OF A FO*.... ... HE'S GOING TO MAKE A FINE , SLAVE FOR YOU.' NO WAY, BUSTER; NOBODY MAKES ME A SLAVE ' HE ALSO HAS THE INDEPENDENT SPIRIT OF. A TOMCAT, CAPTAIN! THE BORN LOSER Station WAIK Radio Program Schedule IATURDAY A.M.— 8:00—Daybreak with Swlck & Rog 6:55—Weathercast 7:25—Swick on Sport* 7:35—Local News 7:45 ABC Sports 7:50— Astroguider 8:05—Weathercast 8:10—Memory Lane 8:35—Viewpoint 8:45—Town Crier 9:45—ABC World of Sports 10:05—High School Sports Round-Up 11:05—Tradio 11:45—ABC Sports World P.M.— 12:00—Paul Harvey News 12:15— Local News 12:30—Saturday Sounds 1 :05—Just A Minute 1:35— Viewpoint 1 :45—ABC Sports 2:45— Town Crier 3:35—ABC Sports 4:05— School News 5:45—ABC Sports 8 :50— Dinner Music Local News on the Hour ABC News on the Half Hour Matter of Fact The U.S. Congress on Mar. 1,1875 passed the first Civil Rights Act which guaranteed equal rights to Negroes in public accommodations and jury duty. This Act was invalidated in 1883, when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the federal government can protect only political, not social, rights, The World Almanac recalls. This ruling allowed segregation to be practiced in public places. I'miyriiflit "5 1973 Wu M'.'. in r r 'n t rrtiris* Apart -T -4T FRANK AND ERNEST no B S3 LU El ' r > ~*' LH r— i e =3 DO C=3 0 -1 £ IV) b, HU, I.,. f fi

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