Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 15, 1966 · Page 12
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12 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1966 to $84,000 A Year British Heir To Throne Is 18 Years Old By GRANVILLE J. WATTS LONDON (AP) — Prince .Charles, the heir to Britain's ihrone, came of age Monday without royal fanfare. It was school as usual on his 18th birthday. Britons openly speculated that he may be 60 or older before he teaches the thi-one. His mother, •Queen Elizabeth II, is only 40 tmd in good healtli. The birtliday meant a raise tor Charles because he •.vill be taking on more and more royal duties. He has received an unspecified amount of pocket money in the past but now he goes on the state payroll at $84,000 a year. - wing Laborite Parliament de- know how this the wage freeze • Jacoby On Bridqe Insure Against The Bad Breaks By Oswald & Jamos Jucoby Newspaper Enterprise Assn. In their own special heaven, declarers will never be set. i- nesses will always work and suits will always break. In tliis mundane sphere it pays to take Three left members of manded to squared with how in effect Spokesmen at Buckingham Palace and the Ti-easury said the prince's new income was more revenue from a trust fund and did not come under the wage freeze. Most of it comes from property he inlierited as Duke of Cornwall. . Charles has had his semi-Boa- lle mop ti-inimed down to a smooth side part and is now almost as tall as his 6-foot-l father. Prince Philip's influence on him is obvious. . The young prince has tjiken up polo, his father's favorite 5port, and walks like Philip with his hands behind his back. Although Charles goes to lots of dances and parties, he has no -«teady girl friend. Of the players In the All-Stai- game this summer, Felipe Alou of Atlanta Braves had the most hits for the season with 114. GOOD BUY ii 'M* GOOD GUY > Drai AUTO. LIFE t FIRE IKSURANCE WILBURN DAVIS 8600 Broadway ta -Sno Office — 244 1649 Home STATE FARM Insurance Companies (fDiiw Offices: Bloomington, Illinois NORTH 15 A754 V AQ3 • A J 9 8 3 4^73 WEST EAST AQ1083 AAKJ96 V4 V 7652 • K10 5 •QVGZ « 109 8 65 4^ Void SOUTH (D) A2 VKJ1098 • 4 4kAKQJ42 East-West vulnerable West North East South Pass 1* 2 A 3 V 4 4 Pass Pass Pass 1 A 34k Pass Pass 1« 2 V 4 V 5¥ Opening lead— -4 3 out insurance .iusl in case Iherc may be bad breaks. North had quite a prolileni at liis second (uni 1o bid. lie hnlcd to I 'aiso his partner's second suit with only throe trumps l)ut, ho didn't like 1o rebid liis five- card diamond suit; he could not l)id no-trump with no spado stopper and ho felt that lie was too sti'ong to pass. So, he wound up giving that three-trump raise. South carried on to five hearts after East and West pushed him. Spades were opened and continued. South ruffed the second spade and rather wished that he had gone to a slam. Then he looked around to see wliat problems he could have at five and noted that only a 5-0 break in clubs or hearts could heart liim. A trump to dummy's ace disclosed the fact that trumps weren't 5-0. Then South took out the best insurance he could against a 5-0 club break. He led a club from dummy. East made his best pla which was to discard a spade. South won and led a second high club. East ruffed and forced South with anotiier spade but it did him no good. South's insurance had paid off. He ruffed that spade, ruffed a low club wUh dummy's queen of trumps drew trumps and ran off tlie rest of his clubs. This series of plays would not have worked if East had held all the clubs and West the four trumps but no line of play would have succeeded against that combinatioil of cards. Israelis Retaliate On Jordan IJy HAL MCCLURE TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Israeli forces attacked three Jordanian villages and clashed sharply witli Jordanian ground and air forces Sunday in a raid retaliating against guerrilla attacks from Israel's Arab neighbors. Shooting also erupted again across the Israeli-Syrian border. Both Jordan and Israel claimed they inClicted heavy losses. IT.N. observers obtained a cease-fire about four hours after tlie tank-led Israeli forces swept two miles across Jordan's border. The Israeli troops withdrew. Firing across the Syrian border ended about 6:30 p.m. Premier Levi Eshkol of Israel said the attack was a "warning raid" against Jordanian centers he charged were used by "El Fatah" commandos as bases for sabotage inside Israel. Israel claims the El Fatah raiders are Jordanians acting under Syrian instigation. Israel made an aerial attack last July on a Syrian installation in retaliation for El Fatah sabotage, but the terrorist raids Turks Riot Against U.S. IST.WBUL, Turkey (AP) — Angry mobs shattered windows of the U. S. consulate, damaged American cai^s and destroyed a night club early Monday in the southern Turkish city of Adana after eight U S. servicemen allegedly accosted Turkish women leaving a movie house, press reports said today. The reports gave this account: The servicemen, from the Strategic Air Command b.lse at Incirlik, near Adana, took refuge in a nearby night club. An angry crowd gathered shouting anti-American slogans and demanding that the Americans be handed over to them. Police took the men to a police station for protection. The mob shattered the windows of the police station, then about 50 young persons marched to the U. S. consulate. They damaged American cars on the way. They stoned the consulate and damaged cars pai-ked in front of the building. A spokesnan for the consulate said some windows were broken, but no one was hurt. Police finally called troops to disperse the mob. American military authorities have continued. ; The Isi-ncli attack, in brigade | Invited U. S. servicemen and sii-i-nglli. was made on the Jor- i their dependents living in the danian villages of Samu, Hirljeit. , town to lake refuge on the base. K'ai'kaz and Jimba. The villages j I'hc spokesman said the demonstrations were "scattei*ed incidents." He said he knew noth- I ing of how the incidents started are aliout .'!0 miles south of Jerusalem in a bulge of Jordanian territory west of the Dead Sea. Israeli and Jordanian jets clashed in dog fights. Israel claimed it downed one Jordanian plane. Jordan said it bagged two Israeli jets. At the United Nations, Jordan's Ambassador Muhammad HEl-Farra said the Israeli troops killed 26 Jordanians — 13 soldiers and 13 civilians — wounded 54 and captured three oldiers. In Amman, a Jordanian military spokesman said 50 Israelis were killed or wounded and 10 tanks destroyed. An Israeli spokesman gave Israel's losses as one killed and 10 wounded in the Jordan fighting and said no casualties The Brooklyn Dodgers won the 1941 pennant with 100 victories but the following year they won 104 games and finished second. Frank Robinson of the Baltimore Orioles was the top man in scoring runs in the recent AU- Star game. He had tallied 66 times for the Orioles in theii- first 87 games. People In The News By THE ASSOaATED PRESS NEW YORK (AP)— Former U.S. Atty. Gen. Nicholas Katzenbach told the annual dinner of the YMCA of Greater New York Monday night that lawlessness of youth is the largest, most stubborn and fastest growing source of crime in the nation. "It could easily accelerate into national tragedy," Katzenbach warned. He said one of every six boys under 18 has been taken to juvenile court for at least one offense. Katzenbach said he was speaking as chairman of the President's Commission on Crime and the Administration of Justice and as former attorney general. He recently was named undersecretary of state. "It is in the community, not in institutions, that the most effective rehabilitation can be accomplished," he said. LONDON (AP)—French singer Gilbert Becaud flew to London to sing before British royalty Monday night but lost his voice. He was to be one of the stars of the annual royal variety performance, a charity show for which seats sell as high as ?60» LOS ANGELES (AP)—Mayor Samuel W. Yorty of Los Angeles says that ho really wasn't wagering with the mayor of Baltimore over the Woi'ld Series— but he'll pay up anyhow. Yorty said Monday he was sending Mayor Theodore R. Mc- Kelden some samples of California wine as a "goodwill gesture." McKelden had said that he and Yorty bet a "baiTel of world-famous succulent Chesapeake Bay oystei-s for any Cali- foi-nia product" on the World Series. But, said Yorty, local law prohibits betting on the series. Era Of Lawlessness In Nation, Says Wilson were suffered in the seven hours of sporadic sliooting across the S >Tian -Isracli border near the Ashomora settlement north of the Sea of Galilee. WASHINGTON (AP-Chicago Police Supt, O. W. Wilson said Monday the United States is experiencing an era of lawlessness and irresponsibility unmatched in the nation's history. Addressing the annual meeting of the board of trustees of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, Wilson said, "Civil disturbances tend to reinforce and encourage a continuing attitude of irresponsibility." "We are living in an age which defines comparison wiUi any other era in the history of this nation," Wilson said in prepared remarks. "Some characterize it as a time of social revolution and individualism, but in all honesty, I think we must also characterize it as a time of lawlessness and irresponsibility." He added: "It is a time when the Supreme Court of the United States releases confessed crim' inals as punishment to the pol- -ico, when the rigtits and liberties of the individual are proclaimed in every forum while his obligations as a citizen go without an advocate, when leaders travel thousands of miles across our country to organize activities which must result in bloodshed and violence..." Wilson heads tlie police force in a city which was torn this summer by racial disturbances. He told the conference an increase in serious crimes co- insided with the disturbances. He added: "I can only conclude from this that the civil unrest engendered an attitude of lawlessness and irresponsibility which may continue for some time after the disturbances have ended." •VVilson posed this question: "What shall we do about it?" "The only answer I have been able to come up with is educa­ tion," he said. "We must teach every citizen his responsibility to law and oi'der if this country is to survive. We must teach It in the schools, the churches, and in every other available social insUtution." Wilson urged the conference to "preach the gospel of civil responsibility at every opportunity" and to carry that "gospel to every other organization that has a voice in the community..." The New York Giants won 91 games in 1933 to take the National League pennant. Two years later they also won 91 games but finished third. is Miss Jeane Ashley, 1965 Wom en's Amateur golf champion, an elementary school teacher. She's a native pf Chanute, Kan. To The Voters of Jefferson County — Thohks For Your Support and Confidence. I shall continue to strive for ihiportiality, accurocy and promptness in the administration of justice. Alvin Lacy Williams ASSOCIATE CIRCUIT JUDGE (Pd. Adv.) Brooks Robinson, third baseman for the Baltimore Orioles, was the top runs batted in man among those in tlie recent AU- Star game. He had 70 for the first half of the American League season. YOUR PASSPORT TO SUCCESS BUSINESS • INDUSTRY • GOVERNMENT URGENTLY NEED MEN & WOMEN I TRAINED TO OPERATE IBM EQUIPMENT I key punch, computors, I I tab wiring & programming I I 1 .1 I Persons accepted can be trained in a program whicii need not interfere with their present job. If you qualify training can be financed. For FREE BOOKLET on your future in DATA PROCESSING. KEY PUNCH and COMPUTERS, write today,.. please include age, address and home phone number. AUTOMATION TRAINING, INC. TO THE PEOPLE OF JEFFERSON COUNTY: IViy thanks to the Voters, my friends, and especiaily to the volunteer workers and all who contributed in any way to my successful campaign for County Treasurer. My best wishes to my opponent. I will work to justify the confidence of the voters. Leslie C. Elliott (Pd. Adv.) 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