Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 11, 1963 · Page 18
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 18

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 11, 1963
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18 Galesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Friday, Oct. 11,1963 MU8TBBON60P , HEARD ABOUT., Station WGIL, Radio 140(1 KUOCVCIM FRIDAY 6:00 News. 6:05 Capital Assignment. 6:35 Music. 7:05 World Today. 7:35 Music. 10:00 Nightcap News. 10:15 Music Till Midnight. News on tha Halt Hour. SATURDAY 4:55 Wake Up Show. 6:00 News. 6:05 Wake Up Show. 7:00 News. 7:05 Weather. 7:10 Sports Scoreboard. 7:15 Wake Up Show. 7:30 Local News. 7:45 Morning Show. 8:00 News. 8:05 Weather Summary. 8:55 What's NPW In Pink & Blue. 9:00 News. 8:05 Morning Show. 10:05 Social Security Program. 10:10 Music. 10:35 Fire Department Program. 10:40 Music. 11:00 News. 11:05 Morning Show. 11:45 Farm Adviser's Program. 12*0 News. 12:15 Weather Forecast. 12:20 Local News. 12:45 D. D. DeForest. 1:15 Illinois vs. Ohio State. 5:00 News. 5:15 Music. 6*0 News. 6:05 Music. 10:00 Nightcap News. 10:15 Music Till Midnight. Nawi on th Half Hour Station WAIK, Radio 1590 KIlocxclM SATURDAY 6:30 Sign On. 6:31 News Headlines. 6:32 Farm News. 6:50 Weather Watch. 6:55 News Around the World. 7:10 Local News. 7:35 Astroguider. 7:55 ABC News. 8:00 Local News. 8:15 Weather Watch. 8:25 Hospital Notes. 8:30 Viewpoint. 8:55 ABC News. 0:00 Top of the New* In tho Midwest. 8:15 Job Clearing Hnuse. 9:25 Flair Reports. 9:30 Medical Interview. 9:55 ABC News. 10:00 Local News. 10:15 McLoskey Washington Report. 10:25 Flair Reports. 10:30 Weekend Sound Flights. 10:45 Town Crier. 10:5 ABC News. 11:00 Local News. 11:05 Tradio. 11:30 American Farmer. 11:55 ABC News. 12:00 Omnicast News 12:15 Obituary Program. 12:25 Flair Reports. 12:30 Paul Harvey News. 12:55 ABC News. 1:00 Local News. 1:15 Football Preview. 1:30 Notre Dame Football. 4:10 Football Scoreboard. 4:25 Speaking of Sports. 4:30 Viewpoint 4:55 ABC News. 5:00 Local News. 5:15 Sports Review. 5:25 Tom Harmon, Sports. 5:55 ABC News 6:00 Local News. 6:25 Fiair Reports. 6:30 Sign Off. Preserved Antiquities The unique antiquities of Jerusalem are carefully preserved. The city council of the Arab section, which holds many of the world's most sacred shrines, passes upon all improvements and no structure may be changed without written permission. An ordinance forbids erection of any building near the 16th-century walls that encircle th# Holy City. JACOBY ON BRIDGE Forcing N. T. Leads to Slam By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Yesterday's hand showed a slam that was a cinch to bid. Here is one that was bid at only two tables in a recent tournament. In spite of this fact, it is a lead pipe cinch to make. It is rather easy to bid if you use the artificial two no-trump response. After that response Siuth's NORTH 4k QJ97 VQJ54 • AQJ5 *8 WEST EAST 4 5 4108 V 10 9 3 V2 ^ 10732 464 + KJ7C5 *AQ SOUTH (D) • AITS V AK876 • K98 + 42 Both vulnerable South West North 11 642 1093 3 V 5 • Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass 2 NX 54 6¥ East Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4 6 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! three heart bid shows a good hand, but with no singleton or void. North responds with four diamonds. This bid not only shows the diamond ace, but goes one step further and denies any other side ace. The reason is that if North held two side aces he would bid the cheapest one first. South's four spade bid is a slam try above game. He feels certain that five hearts will be a safe contract and wants to see what his partner can do about the club suit. North can do plenty about that club suit. He bids f>"e clubs to show second round control. There is no confusion here because his previous bid ot four diamonds had denied first round control of clubs. South's five diamond bid was a further slam try and clearly showed the king of diamonds. He couldn't be showing a singleton because he would have bid three diamonds over two no-trump with a singleton diamond. The five diamond bid gives North a green light. He knows that there are no diamond losers OUR BOARDING HOUSE-With IWr. Hoopl- BV 30VE, IP X CAM SELL [LlSTEN.klD, DONTVC'MON.HE^ OPEN 1HAT BOX //SAFE.' IT TAkteS MORE- INTEREST JTA TH£X WARE HOUSE BO* T'LL 3UST ABOUT HANE fVW INNESTMEfAT BACK, IF TlAE COt^TE^TS PROVE OF NO ,VAUJe/THErt X AM OUT MOtHl^Q - WONT3ER IP X CAM SELLT(4E MADAM.' NO—"TlAEtAX PLACE MVS ELF IM 3EOPAROy/ TlLLNME SET HOME .'MOT THAT X D0NT tfKUSTVOD, BUT X'VE 6MALL,LOOSE OYSTERS -SERVED 1M BIS SHELLS.' m A HAMMER TO OPEM THAT BOX, AMD HE VtoULDKJT BE CAUGHT WITH, ONE 1M HIS HAMD/ HODPLE NEVER c3ET€> LEFT HOLDING ITHE 6A6 = 0 »BUHMMLI»TMXt.m »l .<W. OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williams Youngs Are Honored At Victoria VICTORIA — Rev. Kenneth Young, pastor of the Victoria Methodist Church, and his family were honored at an open house Sunday evening. Approximately 40 people were in attendance. The church WSCS gave the family a purse of money, and the Methodist Youth Fellowship offer- and probably no heart or spade losers so he simply goes to six hearts. ed a 3-tier tidbit tray. Mrs. Ray Chapman, president of the WSCS, poured at the refreshment table, which was decorated with flowers. Victoria Briefs Mrs. Irma Clark, Victoria, postmaster, has been attending a postmasters convention in Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. Elery Donaldson of Fontana, Calif., are visiting relatives in the Victoria vicinity. Mrs. Blanche Rlunehart has been on a 2-week vacation visiting friends in Southern Illinois. \Nf LI, VOU PULLED LOOK All RIGHT, SKIPPER. M>ML YOU PU&fPJVt DROfiUt LOOSE fWMTHH TANKtRf It* DRAPED ALU AR0UNP H0U >"WE t *7] OVER. w w w c s sou poomeeo IMSBB'O BB NO 6H0MANI0AN6. NOW, R3Z THE LASTTlMe, WINTHROP... THE BOAT DECK LOOKS CLEAR. CLOUDS HIDE- THE «00N» AND iTfc.ALMOST PITCH PARK'. MAYBE EA$y FELL OVERBOARD, CAP'N. WE SEARCHED THIS TUB FROM HE MAY t>£ SN0OPIM' THRU TH' HOLDS. LOOK AfllNi I'LL 5L0W DOWN TO 5 KNOT* FOR HUNDREDS OF VIRRS, I JUST FLOATED OVER SLOBBOV/A,' MINING NY/OWN BUSINESS, AND SLIPPING. WHAT HOMM DID I'DO? DID 1 DESERVE -oUcM.'.'- THS? -GOAWAY, YOU LIDDLE BUMS.? ALL I WANT ISA COUPLE CENTURIES'SLIPP// ) l -S'GH.'-BADDER GO HIGHER— -j— ^ MUCH HIGHER rr ' AFTER GIVING SNAP A "FIRST'ON THE KANE 5TORY, BIRGIT CALLS IN HER STORY TO SWEDEN- MY GOSH, J NEVER MIND WHERE'P VOU I THAT NOW.'/ FROM? / JUST LI9SER. o o ...T/M LEAPING KING TUNK AN' HIS LEMIANS IN AM ATTACK ON YAKKAHIK FIRST THING COME SUNUP/ W 1 The Chinese have made paper from wood for more Lnan 2,000 year's. u 2 R NO PARTICULAR. REASON, REALLY. I .JUST THOUGHT... A J®. OLIVER PELL IS A VERy <<k WEALTHY AND IMPORTANT V/ I MAN, ISN'T HE, P0CT0R?^/\ | 4

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