The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 28, 1952 · Page 3
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Plane's Pilot 'Wears' His Aircraft MISTER ERE&ER By Deve Breger THE BAYTOWN, SUN, WEDNESDAY, 20,73*52 BRINGS, Calif., May 28 i b* * j p/%.huilo.6r' : . test rt, a world's smallest w e was well jidget biplane's on ^ first flight. *£** little number/' said * tinb Starr,' put •"• Ieit pOot ^TAjng her instead of I 1 --* - ' u- u tiny plane, wmcn r< • «nan of only seven feet »^/Tt Palm Springs air '• jaches,ttf _ . port'and even buzzed the field at an altitude of only 15 feet Starr and'Ray Stits of Riverside Calif., both flight line inspectors at Pacific Airmotive Corp. in nearby Chino, built the little silver plane at a cost of about $2200 primarily for exhibition at air eVinu/c Vermont's first state public hanging occurred in Burlington on Nov. 11, 1808. ,The victim was a smuggler, Cyrus Dean. USA YOU SERVE IN ONE STEP FROM STOVE TO.TABLEV. FOREVER": NEEDLESS PAN SCRUBBING! CASUALVCHJNA S--28 Syndiatt. Inc. WccU fiste inerved Four Die In Crash Of Navy Bomber Texas Tech President PORT ANGELES, Wash., May 28 (IB— A four-engined PBM flying boat crashed into Puget Sound shortly after takeoff Tuesday and four of ' the 12-men crew were missing and presumed drowned, the Coast Guard reported. Eight persons were rescued TJBBOCMay/28 (UPJ-Dr/D. W. Wiggins, 'president of Texas Tech for the past four years, to- by Millionaire Blames Wife For Insomnia "Okay, Dorothy, the baby-sitter's here ..." Man Musi- Pay Nickel NEW YORK, May 28 OP)—Texas millionaire Ira Berne blamed his insomnia on his "unsatisfactory" sex life with his wife, a separation suit decision filed in court showed Wednesday. "Whenever 1 was with my wife in New York, I became ill from tensions which resulted in insomnia," Berne testified. "Whenever I flew back to: Houston, the tensions relaxed and I realized my marriage had failed." Mrs. Theresa Berne of New York, who was awarded $250 weekly alimony and custody of their' seven-year - old daughter Jinny, said in her suit that Berne told her he had "found himself extremely attractive to women" and A r* L- i n r j that three had vied f° r his affec- A Central Press Feature tions at one time. l£?£?J& a «SB£.^£ Qults Af f " 4 Ye ^ injured ^seriously, five had minor injuries and one was not hurt. The plane had taken off on a flight, to Prince Rupert, B.C. Officers said it climbed to 100 feet on takeoff arid then suddenly fell into the bay, breaking up as it crashed. The four persons missing were believed to have gone down with the main part of the ship k s fuselage. Other parts of the wrecked craft were towed to shore. Names of those aboard were withheld. The plane was attached to the Port Angeles Coast Guard station, located near the extreme northwest tip of the United States. day announced. his r resignation. He said he would remain; successor is named. , > ; -Dr. , Wiggins told tjie . board 4 ''of directors ^ie" is - leavipg the academic field for the business world. , . ; - Ten-inch frogs are found In South Cameroons, Africa. Barclay On Bridge Serve Rice and Fish Tonight IT IS ONLY IN THE WORD OF GOD! HEAR IT PREACHED BY JR. EVANGELIST M. J. CUNNINGHAM, OF DALLAS, TEXAS Christ. commissioned* his disciples to go "into aj! the world preach the gospel to' every creature." But, we find today ihat there are other "gospels" which are NOT really the gospel of .Christ, but there be some who trouble the worlo* and "pervert > the gospel of Christ." {See Gal. !:7j. We pray that we of the-' church of ChJst do not pervert It, but rather preach It m,Hs-r truest sense. Won't you come and see? We solicit yoyr most -_ scrutinizing eye of Inquiry, and your attentive ears to 'what we ~ preach. Come! Bring your Bibles, family, and friends to the', gospel meeting now in progress at the church of Christ locate'd / at 7th Street and Davis Road. Services each evening at 7:45.' You are welcome. "COME NOW, AND LET US REASON -TOGETHER." Isa. !:!8. J'm anuf aclureri _. ~~ 2!a^arraatyXassuri ng freplacem ent 'of ^anyl _— V^-r-^-."-'- - < •-« ~Y"*' : - ; » x % v ' i for f(mr. w morebroken in the home; s is china's(> - . — ~ — J *- -r . — . i protid^to-Tentertain^ sa "- [ s;! And ^ its.' PATERSON, N.J., May 28 flPi— Building contractor Clarence Bennett must report to the probation director here every Friday and pay a nickel for the support of his aged, bed-ridden mother. Bennett, 46, testified in criminal district court here that he was so hard up for cash trying to meet business and other obligations he could not pay $5 weekly for his mother's care as ordered by the Passaic county welfare department. "I won't dignify you by directing that you pay the $5 a week," Judge Milton Schumach said. "But I do order you to pay five cents through the probation department." Huge Drug Wholesaler Faces Federal Charge NEW YORK, May 28 HB — McKesson & "Robbins, Inc., one: of the nation's largest drug whole- sellers, was charged with illegal price fixing Tuesday in a complaint filed by the government in federal court. Numerous competing wholesalers were named as co-conspirators n the complaint. They were not listed. The government charged that VIcKesson & Robbins conspired through written contracts to fix minimum wholesale and retail selling prices 'for its branded lines of drugs, Pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and toilet preparations. . SUBTRACTING FROM IS A GOOD deal of thorough card- reading is encompassed in the simple process of subtracting from the key number of 13. In any particular suit, -you can see the number of cards held by two hands, once the dummy has been faced. The number in one of the other two hands may be indicated by some, development in the bidding-, leading or play. Add tip those three amounts, then subtract from. 13 and you have the number of that suit in the remaining hand. 4QJ64 ^ None QJ75 9732, 4 8732 V K 10 6 5 ^ 10 4 3 2 4K1095 A73 K8 Complete Brake \ Job I: Regular • d^ $ 11.55 O fj LABOR jJ A MAY SPECIAL £ AT Ferguson Motors. r 700 W. TEXAS ^ * Never Before a Bargain Like This... 6 Gals. SWP House Paint534.50 SPECIAL SVz" Nylon Bristle Brush _3.89 TOTAl REGUIAR PRICE $38.39 LOHG-USUHG BEAUTY;:; AT BARGAIN PRICES (Dealer: East. Neither side vulnerable.) East South ' West" 'North 14, 1 ^ Pass Pass" 1 A 2 tf 2 £ - Pass Pass 3 ^ Db!.\ Laziness of the East player at "one table of a team-of-f our match caused his combination, to lose this deal. Bidding- was the same at both tables. So -was the opening- lead/ the spade 2. Each South decided that two early entries to dummy were unlikely, as a means of ruffing* out East's spade^K/so at each table the declarer tempted East to use his highest honor on the first trick, by playing- the J from "dummy. One East fell. for that, and of course the A nipped his K. , : South led his heart Q to the K; : and the diamond 2 was returned ,to the J, K and A. The diamond . 6 to the Q furnished entry.for the 1 spade Q to give South a discard ' of his last diamond. .The diamond •5 was then led, East ruffing- with the heart 7 and the 8 topping- it, Reading- West for four trumps ! because "of his double and East if or only two. South led his lowest 12 to the A. East scored the club ;A and his 5 was ruffed by "West's ;heart 6. But all olSouth's cards • were now good to make the con-' 'tract. : East at the other table refused to fall for the spade J play and put on his 5- That kept South from ever discarding" a diamond on a spade honor, so the contract - was beaten. East read "West as 'having- four spades, when he led the 2. With four each in sight, it left only one for South, which must be the A for the bids South had made. So that simple 4, plus 4 plus 4 equals -12, subtracted from 13 leaves I,, was the key to defeating- the contract. * • * * Tomorrow's Problem 4A98S3 ^ 10 5 3 4-761 *86 - 'S BAYTO>yN SUN!! THIS WILL B| GRIAfESf MAY DRESS CARNIVAL IDS OF UNHEARD OF VALUES!! - pii-JSli! i- ^-fe^« N W E S V A 9 S 62 '4-.K.Q 95 PORCH & FLOOR ENAMEL Rich, lasting $7*95 firhh ^ Fcr instde- ouhide us4 GAU SHERWN- Paint and Color STYIE GUIDE . Yoorv to banw... no eharS^ » Over 100 giant-iu« page*• Fvll-color phofogrophs. • Color hcrmontes for every room. A 7 "V KQJ ^ J109 S2 ^ ASS A32 (Dealer: "West East-West ,vulnerable.) What is the most effective defense against South's 5-Spades doubled sacrifice, if normal bidding had been done? LUMBER COMPANY MARKET PHONE 8265 WASHINGTON, May 28 T (HE)— Price tabilizer Ellis Trnall said Tuesday the pending increase In Canadian newsprint prices prob- ebly will boost advertising rates in this country and result in higher merchandising costs., Arnali was questioned about newsprint when , he appeared before the'House Banking Committee to urge extension of price controls. Canadian newsprint prices are scheduled to" jump $10 a ton June 15 to a record high of S126 a ton. Two other House committees are competing in an investigation o£ the price boost which, has drawn a storm of criticism- A senator Tuesday proposed a third inquiry. American newspaper publishers depend on Canada for most of their newsprint Arnali said he is powerless to prevent & boost in Canadian prices. ^ WATCH THE BAYTOWN SUN FOR DETAILS!

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