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Lorenz, state director of public works and buildings, submitted his resignation to ov. Samuel H. Shapiro Tuesday. Lorenz, 53, plans to devote full time in his campaign as the Democratic candidate for state attorney general. He is opposed by Republican William C. Scott, a former state treasurer. Lorenz said his chief assistant, Norbert Johnson, will become the department's acting BUDDY EBSEN explains to Janet Blair that moving the family to Dakota could mean a prosperous life for them in the Walt Disney musical "The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band" which starts Friday at the Patio Theater. A second film will feature "The Three Little Pigs." director until Shapiro fills the vacancy. Lorenz has held the position since Feb. 20, 1963. He also announced that Illinois would become the first state to employ accident investigation teams to study multiple auto fatalities. The initial team will be based in Springfield as later other investigating units will be stationed in all of the state's 10 highway districts. TV And Radio Highlights WEDNESDAY NIGHT — Radio — 6:00—Sporti Line, WBBM; Rick Weaver. 6:10—Chuck Benion, WMAQ; music. 6:30—News of the World, WMAQ; 6:35—Music Unlimited, WGN. 8:00—Extension 720, WGN; 9:30—Insight, WGN. 10:30—Magic of Music, WGN. — TV — 6:00— Fllntstones, 13; cartoon. 6:30—Thunderbirds, 13; adventure. The Virginian, 6, 17. Lost In Space, 4, 23, M3; adventure. 7:30— Dream House, 13, game. Beverly Hillbillies. 4, 23, M3; comedy. 8:00—Green Acres, 4, 23, M3; comedy. Movie, 13; "It Started In Naples." Kraft Special, 6, 17. 8:30—F Troop, 23; comedy. 9:00—Dom DeLulse Show, 4, 23; variety. Run For Your Life, 6, 17. 9:55—Mexican Olympic Review, 13. 10:30—Tonight Snow, 6, 17; variety. Joey Bishop, 13; variety. THURSDAY MORNING — Radio — 6:00—Wally Pnllllpi, WGN; muilc and news. Morning People, WBBM; news, ntervlews. 10:00—Eddie Hubbard, WGN; records. Pat Sheridan, WMAQ; records. — TV — 7:00—Today. 6, 17; Hugh Downs. 7:30—Breakfast With Roddy Mac, 3. 8:00—Captain Kangaroo, 4, 33. M3; for children. 8:30—Jack LaLanne, 13; exercise. 9:00— Dream House, 13; game. Candid Camera, 4, 23. Snap Judgment, 17. 9:30—Concentration, 6, 17; game. Beverly Hillbillies, 23, M3; comedy. Dick Cavett, 13; variety. 10:00—Andy of Mayberry, 4, 23, M3; comedy. Personality, 6, 17; game. 10:30—Dick Van Dyke, 4, 23, M3; comedy. Hollywood Squares, 6, 17; game. 11:00—Jeopardy, 6, 17, game. Bewitched, 13; comedy. 11:30—Eye Guess, 6, 17; game. Treasure Isle, 13. THURSDAY AFTERNOON — Radio — 12:00—Country Fair. WON; agriculture. 12:25 — Baseball, WGN; Cubs vs. Phillies. 5:30 — Eddie Hubbard, WGN; music. 5:55— Business Final, WGN; stock market. — TV — 12:00—Superman, 17; adventure. 12:30—Wedding Party, 13. Let's Make A Deal, 6, 17; game. 1:00—Newly weds Game, 13. 1:30—House Party, 4, 23, MS; Baby Game, 13. 2:00—To Tell The Truth, 4. 23. M3; 2:30—You Don't Say, 6, 17; panel. 3:00—Dating Game, 13, game. Match Game, 6, 17; game. 3:30—Mr. Ed, 6, 17; comedy. Felix, 23; cartoon. Mike Douglas, 13. 4:00— Branded, 23. Merv Griffin, 6, 17; variety. 4:30—My Favorite Martian, 23; comedy. 5:00—Bob Young, 13; news. Truth or Consequences, 23; Barker. 5:30—Walter Cronklte, 4, M3; news. Huntley-Brlnkley, 6. 17; news. THURSDAY NIGHT — Radio — 6:35—Music Unlimited, WGN. 6:46— Patterns, WMAQ; In mu- ilc. 7:30—Art Mercler, WBBM; audience participation. 8:00—Extension 720, WGN; dialogue. 9:30—Insight, WGN; John Drury. 10:00—Norman Ross, WGN; music. 10:30 — Magic of Music, WON; Franklyn McCormack. — TV — 6:00 — Flintstones, 13; Cartoon. 6:30—Daniel Boone, 6, 17. Second Hundred Years, 13. Clmarron Strip, 23, 4, M3; western. 7:00 — Flying Nun, 13: Comedy. 7:30—Bewitched, 13; Comedy. Ironside, 6, 17; adventure. 8:00 — Film, 4, 23, M3; "Flight From Ashiya." That Girl, 13; comedy. 8:30—Dragnet, 6, 17; adventure. 9:00—Gold Diggers, 6, 17; variety. Avengers, 13; adventure. 10:30—Tonight, 6, 17; Johnny Carson. Joey Bishop, 13; variety. Bridge By ALFRED SHEINWOLD Bid Only As We// As You Can Play Some drivers want a car that can speed at 100 miles per hour even if they're not good enough to handle it at any such speed. The same people make delicate bids at the bridge table, and then aren't good enough to make the fine contracts that they reach. North dealer Both sides vulnerable NORTH 4 A 10 2 9 AK5 O 985 * AJ32 WEST EAST 9853 V 474 C9 QJ 108 O A632 + 1074 O KQJ104 +96 SOUTH 4 KQI6 <? 7643 O 7 * KQ85 North East South West 1 NT Pass 2 + Pass 2 0 Double 3 O Pass 3 V Pass 3 4 Pass 4 4 All Pass Opening lead — 0 A South's first response of two clubs was the Stayman Convention, asking North to bid a major suit of four or more cards if he could. North bid two diamonds to show that he didn't have a major suit; and East doubled for penalties. Since South would have redoubled with diamond strength, his bid of three diamonds clearly asked North to look for a game elsewhere. North shrewdly showed his better three-card major, and the rest of the bidding was logical. Four spades Plus . . . "GENTLE GIANT" A Story Of A Boy And His Pet Bear. Fireworks July 4th was a fine contract and deserved a better fate. South raffed the second diamond, led a club to dummy and ruffed another diamond. Then he drew three rounds of trumps. Unfortunately, the six missing trumps failed to break evenly. Defeats Contract South tried to get three club tricks, but East ruffed the third club and defeated the contract with two more diamond tricks. South deserves credit for his fine bidding, tout should look for simpler bids until he can play the cards better. He could have made the contract by refusing to allow the opponents to weaken his trump suit. South should discard a heart on the second diamond and another heart on the next diamond. If East leads a fourth diamond, dummy can ruff; and if East leads anything else, declarer easily wins the rest. South is in position to draw four rounds of trumps instead of only three; and then he can safely run the clubs and the top hearts. DAILY QUESTION Partner opens with one spade, and the next player passes. You hold: S—9 8 5 3; H-9 2; DK Q J 10 4 C-9 6. What do you say? ANSWER: Bid two spades; you cannot quite afford to bid two diamonds and then raise the spades since your hand is not Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard Pg. 16 Wed., July 3, 1968 worth two bids. When a responding hand is worth only one bid, your first duty is to raise partner's major suit. © T-M 1908, Gen. Fen. Corf FOR PICKUP BY GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OR AREA REPRESENTATIVE PHONE 232-1390 RELAX IN COOL COMFORT |FREEPORT NOW SHOWING SANDYDEMS KEIRDULLEA ANNEIIKYWOO! 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