Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 13, 1973 · Page 24
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 24

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, July 13, 1973
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SflOKT RIBS Friday, July 13, 1973 PlP YOU Z W.ONDIE BUZ SAWYER OVf* THB J*AMIUV _ »-s-«ur MY THi PlKM It) AWT AM WKONdUI WUNP 0U1V Hl» WILL, ONLY tf^T H6* 30t» •ijtfHOA ' "31 W6Vg SEARCH6P §VB*V Walt DisneySCAMP 73 T£ .. .BRINGS OUT US ^ BONE DISdERd TOO.' 7-13 WINTHROP V'KNOV, IVW6 JUST THINKING ABOUT SCHOOL... WHATS 60 GREAT ABOUT SCHOOL? FISH SPENP THEIR WHOLE LIVES IN SCHOOLS, <AND LOCK WHERE THEV BJO UP. XE I JP...J ...INTHEFRVING FAN. 3 Transportation Departure* Eastbonnd Bnrlington Northern Eastbotnd 348"Chicago (Mon.-Sat.) . 7 :35 a.m. 6 Chicago (Mon.-Sun.) 7:55 ajn. (Stops at Aurora only) 84* Chicago (Sun. only) 10:20 am. Burlington Northern Westbound v 5" Denver-S.F. - 7:10 pjn. Bnrlington Northern Southbound 347 Quincy - 8:40 pjn. Santa Fe Eastbonnd *VS ^Chicago 9:06 a.m. tatstChicago 10:10 a.m. Santa Fe Westbound 8:00 p.m. — 9:25 pjn. * « * 15 Houston 3 Los Angeles ... 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 ^>n.) . 6:20 p .m .12:05 p.m. .12:05 p.m. _ 7:20 p.m. . 7:20 p.m. To Peoria-Indianapolis To Chicago-East Coast To Chicago-East Coast To Peoria-Indianapolis Southbound To Springfield (111.). St. Louts (Mo.) and point; south 12:05 p.m To Springfield (111.). St. Louis (Mo.) and points south (Fri.-Sun.) 4.05 p.m. To St. Louis 5:20 p.m. AIRLINE SCHEDULE Ozark Northbound To Chicago* . 8:35 a.m. '(Except Sunday: 702 becomes 790 departing 9:00 a .m.) To Chicago - 6:35 p.m. 702 810 Ozark Southbound OUR BOARDING HOUSE-Wilb Jtfaj. Hoople H £SAP, 7MVHMEA FIXATION. ABOU T PAY-AS- WU-G0 VACATIONS'. ILL HAVE TO ALLAY THEIR SUSPICIONS! • B0V5. NVY DIVIDEND CHECK WILL ARRIVE I'LL COO* A3 K P0VKN- PAVMENT.' MAKE "WW CLEMEN* 1NSTEKD Of C00KIN\ NEW? A , H0SPITAL! YEA.H. AFTER TWO WEEKS OF YOUR COOKIN'Vi/E'D FEEL W0CSE TUXN A /^RAHVWNER YAW TlfiHT' 803 807 To St. Louis To St. Louis .10:22 a.m. 9:42 p.m Jacoby On Bridge Station WGIL Radio AM Schedule 1400 Xllocycles 13 NORTH 4AKJ94 •/QJ84 • K106 *K WEST (D) EAST 4 62 e>10753 >A6 f/753 • A8 4 95432 4AQJ9742 46 SOUTH VK1092 4 Q J7 410853 Both vulnerable West North Eait Sooth 14 14 Pass 1N .T. Dble Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4 A Importance Of "%>ur First Bid By Oswald and James Jacoby A' reader asks, "Why is your choice of your first bid important?" The answer is that if you make a wrong bid you may never be able to correct it. North's spade bid illustrates thist He had enough high cards arid the right hand to double the club opening. Instead he elected to-overcall one spade. wSouth's no-trump was sort of a (general response. He thought tie had too much to pass. •West's double was primarily fopnbusiness. North was happy toi leave it in. East was unhappy ..and South reasonably content 1 . n West's ace of clubs lead was eminently correct. Had he led the queen or jack South would have made two overtricks. As iTwas, the best South could do was take the fourth club lead and,, cash five spades for down r-i'Had North doubled, South would have bid hearts. West w4uld have bid more clubs and eventually South would have played in three or four hearts, making four. either case a lot better than jpsing 200 points at one no- irump. "(Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) SATURDAY A.M.— 4:55—Sign On Portals of Prayer 5:00—News 5:05—Music 5:25—Collins Market 5:30—RFD Illinois 6:0O—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—Sports .12:55—Weather 1:00—Jack Anderson 1:05—Music During the Afternoon Nawi on The Hour and Half Hour. Otherwise Muile 5:00 News 5:05—News 5:18—State Employment Service 5:20— Sports 5:25—Weather 5:26— Steve McCormtck 5:30—News 5:35—Strategy Report 5:55—Jimmy The Greek 6:00—News 6:05—Music At Night, Newt en 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 Newt On The Hour and Halt Hour. 10:05—High School Sports Otherwise Music ^1! 1-\3 JELL ~ DO A _ LITTLE? 'PUSTINS* I THINK THEREb A LESSON IN THAT FOR ALL OF LIS. 7-IS acn- CAPTAIN EASY WHY, WHIT, YOU'RE BACK EARLY/ JOHNNY HAZARD OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williams THE X TREE HOUSE' THEIR CHOPPER/ NOWH1PPEN,,, CAMOUFLAGEC*. 4 ' '/t "„.0EIN<? USE? A&> A STORAGE PLATFORM. FOR THOSE MVSTERIOUS CRATES/ 5AGE SE^ 3US V , BirrwHy UP HERE,,, UNPER THE JUNGLE ROOF^ WHILE BELOW^N COLONEL, KOCHE'S- COMMANP BASE „ PAVOT rTO FLEUR. PE'LyS,.. COMING- IN FOR PICKUP/ r ^AZ /zEVARE ON SCHEPULE/ REPLys 'ALL. EEN ALLEY OOP 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 broadcaat Sporting Events of Area and National Interest. Check WGIL's Sports Schedule in Monday's Register-Mall for the exact Time. News from the American FM Radio Network can be heard on WGIL-FM at Fifteen after Each Hour. Station WAIK Radio Program Schedule Matter of Fact SY MY BEARD, 5UCH A HAVE NEVER JRAFT MUST HAVE BEEN)BEHELD ANYTHING DESIGNED BY THE G0D5/7LIKE IT BEFORE,.. THE BORN LOSER Station WGIL Radio FM Schedule SATURDAY A.M.- Visit in Indiana GILSON — Mr. and Mrs. Don McLaren and Mr. and Mrs. Arv^Bushong and family visited July 8 with Mrs. Bushong's sister, Mrs. Dessel Weaverling, Dyer, lnd. Midnight—Nighttime Music 5:00—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 1:00—Country Music in Stereo SATURDAY A.M.— 6:00—Daybreak with Swick & Rog 6:55—Weathercast 7:25—Swick on Sports 7:35—Local News 7:-15 ABC Sports 7:oU—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 5:50—Dinner Music Local News on the Hour ABC News on the H»lf Hour Mother's Day became a national observance through the efforts of Miss Anna Jarvis. After her mother's death on May 9, 1905, she wrote numerous letters asking for observance of the day until in 1913, Congress recommended that the second Sunday in May be a national noli- day honoring America's mothers, The World Almanac recalls. Sons and daughters customarily wear a pink carnation if their mothers are living, white if they are dead. Copyright © 1973 Newspaper Enterprise Assn. i Albert Einstein was offered land refused the presidency of i Jsrael. FRANK AND ERNEST in £'D UK* TO R£MOV£ HIS APPENDIX. W*'P BOTER CHUfi TO SU if SOMEBODY BEAT US TO IT 4

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