Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 31, 1973 · Page 34
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 34

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 31, 1973
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HAVE • I SEEN h MAVlMG I FUN I I 3 POM'T WAN'T TO MISS, MY FAVOKIT* PKOfcRAW " TH6 OP FBMBSTRA SCHNOOGLE!" .A I// HAS BROKEN HER COLLARBONE ANP If ON THE WAV T< HO*™. .^^ FAVORITE PRO&RA TOO WINTHROP 4 r - n r Trwi sportulioit Departifrc« Eastboand BWtington Northern Easthaund 348 Chicago (Mon.-Sat.) . 7:35 a.m. 6 Chicago (Mon.-Sun.) 7:55 a.m. estops at Aurora only) 34g,;Chicago (Sun. only) 10:20 a.m. Burlington Northern Westbound nr h Denver-S.F. - 7:10 p.m. Burlington Northern Southbound 347" Quincy 8:40 p.m. f ^ Q , Santa Fe Eastbound 16 Chicago 9:06 a.m. ™T ~Chicago U0:10 a.m. Santa Fe Westbound 15 Houston — 8:00 p.m. : S X L°s Angeles 9:25 p.m. :; BUS SCHEDULE Westbound Ttt-West Coast ., 7:00 a.m. To West Coast 5:20 p.m. KoTEJavenport (la.) and w/West Coast (Fri. and ,Sun.) 6:20 p.m 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; south ... 12:05 p.m To Springfield (111.), St. Louis (Mo.) and points south (Frt.-Sun.) 4.05 p.m. To St. Louis - 5:20 p.m. AIRLINE SCHEDULE Ozark Northbound 702 To Chicago*. , 8:35 a.m. * (Except Sunday: 702 becomes 790 departing 1:00 «.m<) 810 To Chicago 6:35 p.m. Ozark Southbound OUR BOARDING HOUSE-Witb Mai. Uoople mm GUEeawo I' M INVITIN© TO BBOOME MSMSBRe CDF THE FR1END6HIPCLU6? Tutm ON MAJOR OR MtBMY you PLA.NNIN6 TO EATT A<SMN? HO NEED CP THREACT5, ABOUT P0IN6 MV 5HARE UNFDRTUNKTELV N\V DRATTED ALLERtfY HAS RETURNED^OR F05SIBLY IT'S POISON )W—AND I'M AFRWP OF PASSING 1TA.LONSTO VOU.' ^» IT aOUNDED UKB HE WAft ORDERING DINNER IN A CHINESE RESTAURANT. \ 7-31 DICK HIS QUOTE -w»WAR UNflUOtE KEEPS HIM FROM SAWN' AW/THINS BUT STEAK! CAPTAIN EASY ONLV TrtlNS HE'S, REALL.V 14 H0UK5 LATER ~. WORK MAVO. JACQUES! WU ( V& DONE A $Pt6KIPIP JOS ON STARUlNa UKBN»l9£$t A*K WHAT NEXfi VOUft MAJESTY 9 . OFCOUff*E£X*V£HAP C05TUWE5 PEUVEfCEP 70 VOUR HOTEL i It' 80."* 807 To St. Louis To St. Louis 10:22 a.m. . . 9:42 p.m. Jacoby On Brid ff e Station WGIL Radio AM Schedule The Right Lead 9 MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY A.M.— °4:55—Sign On Portals of Prayer 5:00—News 5:05—Music 5:25—Collins Market 5:30—RFD Illinois 8:00—News 6:10—Music 6:30—News NLS & Sporta 6:40— Music 7:00—News 7:10—Music 7:30<—News 7:45—Music 7:55—Aviator's Forecast 8:00—News NLS & Sport* 8:10—Music ••8:20—Midwest Pholo 8:30—News 8:35—Music 8:55—Pink and Blue 9:00—News 9:05—Speak Easy 9:30—News 9:35—Speak Easy 10:00—News 10:05—Mid-Morning Market! 10:10—Speak Easy Now* en the Hour and 10:30—News 10:35—Problem & Solution 00—News THBAT CO^TU r you est— r He LIKHP TO KBLAX QRAWPA WAft IN SAMPAU5 ANP A A BIT OP A T06A-AM HAPB HEALTH A VAtBT 30 AROUND FAPPISn ..^A THE5AMEWAVI 1 26; J m * A to nn h NU l.fl. U.S. tat. Off. VACATION. 5 ^B0V5 = OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Willi HA/ FOOLED YOU, P/PW'T I f/ THOUGHT I'DAIESS UP A CLEAW SEP APTEft ©DIM' BAREFOOT ALL PAV--RI6HTS I'LL 5JMPLV PULLTH' SOCKS OFF (KJ TH'MORMI A J <3 AKJ' START IKJ WHERE I LEFT OFF TOPAY-WO MUSS, KJO FUSS/ . > ...WO SOAP/POLL OUT, UW VEIL THOSE F6E1; AM' GETTO^THE BATH (ZOOM / JOHNNY HAZARD NOW K1G- HOPE rr / J h ir ©ETTER J HA Z, WE WONTTC^ET" pSJPlM^ A HANGING V1NJE 5U (TA0L£ TO THEIR ruRP06ESv.. _ ^ ' £THECf</ OU&T aiVE ] AAE T1 AAE .1 ^ U „,THEN YOU NOW TAKE' KNOW >OUft ENP Of* TRACT WHAT TO WO/ ANPWMEN VOU HEAR My^HOT^v, LET qo/ i P.M 1:05—Music 1:30—News 1:35—Music 11:55—Portals of Prayer 1100 Bv Oswald & James Jacoby North's double of one heart was one of those match point duplicate bids. His partner just might have four spades and he wanted to give him a chance to bi(J;t)hem. South's of one no-trump was one ot those bids from fright. Hie didn't want to pass one heart doubled and watch declarer score overtricks and he didh't wawt to hid a three-card suit. Of course, the least harmful of ihe various bids at his! disrwMsal w°uld have been one 12:00—News 12:05—Markets & Farm News 12:15-Extension Advisor 12:25—Wether 12:.'lli- News 16:35—News 12:50---Sports 12:55—Jack Anderson 1:00—News 1:05—Music During the Afternoon Hell Hour. Otherwise Muilc 5:00—News 5*05—News 5:20—Bill Miller—State Capitol 5:25—MarKets at a Glance 5:26—Steve McCormick 5:30—News 5:35—Sports 5:55—Jimmy The Greek 6:00—News 6:05—Music At Night, News on the Hour and Hall Hour. Otherwise Music Nightcap News News in the World Today it s i 1 z { .5 U o 7 r ^ J/ J \ «Sl ALLEY OOP .'A n de. 10:00 10:15 10:30 ••••10:35 THE WORRY WART 7' e im * hiA. w, TM, u-t r «i. o*t News Music SPc; 11.00—News 1 •/lad he bid that, reached Iou.r it. As it ha v e West would •hearts and ! Wast dou- 11:05 11 Mi) Music 11:35 was, bled one no-trump. North nasscd hopefully. He tycyivb.l Snw ':h had seme 9ort of f +^ir -erTi in ths red suits and thai mavb3 his clubs would rrptWe oix tricks. '. If W?^t had led the queen of heap's mrany players mi^ht felV^- Scuth would have been a o»*it|iu«. Emmy's singleton kwg would win the first t r ick ar«3i ^ax clubs would follow 'West did lead a heart but he -Sports Scores -Music All Night Long News On The Hour and Halt Hour Otherwise Muilc NOTE: Monday Only Thursday only —Sportsline Tuesday Only "••-On Friday Night Sports Round table on Sports Noon—National News, Farm Markets & News, & Extension Advisor Program 2:30—Noon News (Natl., Local) 1:00—Country Music in Stereo 4:15—News 4:30—Country Music in Stereo 5:00—News (Nat'i.. Local) 5:30—The Halph Emery Show U"30— Country Music in Stereo WGIL-FM will broadcast sporting events ot area andt national interest. Check; WGIL's sport* schedule in! Monday's Regifter-MaU tor exact time. News from the American fM Radio Network can be heard on WG1L-FM al fifteen after each hour 4:05—Farm Market Flash 4:35— Club 36 5:06 Business News 5:10 Club 36 5:10—Club 36 5:35—Reynolds Commentary 5:45—ABC Sports 5:50—Dinner Music 6:40—Easy Listening 6:3&—Viewpoint Local News on tha Hour ABC News on the Half Hour HfWVwt.' MAYBE THAT BOAT 15 RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL THE COMMOTION / 0 7-31. Es'ipt W UlA, I K V T. M. ttf. U.S. t*. Off. THE BORN LOSER PDIO'T SOU TWIKIK i Matter of Fact 9 • WA1K Rail Program Sell At. no reason not to start wttn l^e-sce. He had plenty of reen- iries for later on and he wanted to hold the first trick. $/ter that start, East and West h^d no trouble running off j 12 trk-fcs for plus 1100 aiid a top wore. (•New^per Entepuse Assn.) Station WGIL R FM Schcilulf Hole: Monday's scbtdula is ths sama as Tuesday through Friday except thbt tha station Is oft the ait from Midniaht io V.00 AM. TUESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY Midnight—Nighttime Music 5.00—-News and Sports 5:05—Wake Up Show 5:30—RFD in Illinois 6:uo—News, Weather & Sports 6:10—Wake Up Show 6:30— News, Weather & Sports 6:40—Wake Up Show 6:53- Complete Weather Show 7:00-Country Music in Steieo 7:30—Breakfast Edition ot tne News 7:45—Country Music in Stereo 8:15 News 8:20--Howard Coseli Speaking on Spoils 6.25 Country Music In Steroo 4:25— -Howard COSQII Speaking MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY A.M - 6:0C-Daybreak with Swick & Hog 6:55- Weathercast 7:25 - Swirk on Sports 7:30—Paul Harvey News 7:35 -Local News 7:50—Astroguuier g.Uo—Weaiheicast 8:10—Memory Lane 8:35—Viewpoint 8:45--To\vn Crier 9:45—ABC World of Sports I0:u5—farm Maiket FUt$n 10:06—Galesburg Reports ll:'J5-Tradio 11.30 Morning Music P.M.- 12:00—Paul Harvey News 12:15—Local News 12:30—Order Buyers fteport 12:4(J—Swick on Sports l:(.-0-State News 1:3.>—Viewpoint 2:^)—Job Finfler 2:45-Town Crjer 3 10 - ABC Rusjne.s,s News a'35— Viewpoint 3:45—ABC World of Sports i time FARTHER FRANK ANP ERNEST The National Safety Council has released data showing that auto traction is greatly improved on ice and snow by use of snow tires, ordinary or studded. However, it is noted that under braking conditions, ordinary snow tires are not quite as good as regular tires on glare ice and most snow tires are only slightly better when braking on fresh snow, The World Almanac notes. Copyright © 1973 Newspaper Enterprise Ae&fe r t

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