The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 29, 1952 · Page 3
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THE BAYTOWN' SUN, 'THURSDAY;. MAY,2?;,'(952 — PAGE 3 SS VALUES TitN of being found innocent in his trial in London for helping •tS Duchess of Sutherland of $150,000 worth of jewels, George I c arkes enioys a celebration drink with, his fiancee, French P.wueuette Mony, on the last day of the trial. The 31-year-old described as the world's most-sought-after gentleman's gentle- *"'*!arned however, that his celebration had been a little prema- J The court found him guilty and sentenced him to five years in f makiB" him cancel trip to Nice with Huguette. (International) I '* s !'/£'&$&& ^^^^M THANKS FOR THE GREATEST MAY DRESS CARNIVAL IN OUR HISTORY! IT IS TRADITIONAL WITH THE PENNEY COMPANY TO KEEP NEW FRESH DRESSES ON THEIR RACKS AT ALL TIMES SO NATURALLY AFTER SUCH A BIG DRESS CARNIVAL WE HAVE LOTS OF DRESSES TO CLEAR FROM OUR STOCK TO MAKE ROOM FOR THE NEW DRESSES COMING .IN DAILY. EVERY DRESS IN THIS CLEARANCE IS GUARANTEED FI RST QUALITY AND ARE DRESSES THAT CAN BE WORN ALL SUMMER LONG. SOME ARE SLIGHTLY SOILED BUT ALL REDUCED TO CLEAR TOMORROW AND SATURDAY. COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTIONS. r J^ClLTlI ~fl LlS J f:J'&^yi ING IN WASHINGTON with his father, Gen. Matthew B. Rldgway, Matthew, Jr., nearly steals the show at National airport a he imitates his dad and salutes as the 17-gun salute is fired for general's arrival. Holding- hiri\ is a military aide. Ridg^vay is new ae allied commander in Europe. (international Soundphoto) BLOl ws 'ERA' instead of ^e traditional casks of rum, St. Bernard ^Cfi at a Groton, Conn., hotel this summer to round i Sttay froin their P ar ents. Child-chaser ifark shows x » of Flushin ' (International} . Flushing, N. T., how he'E do it. ns so cool cottons ce m Misses after ^^S married, but these Indonesians appar- tn rubbing soses. They are Supian Partadinat to the Indonesian ambassador to England, and em- ™ d J° k <> Hardjosubrota, "embracing" following their ^^ ^^ teree ceremonies: at Caiyon Hall reg- at a Locdon Hiosque, (-JnteraaJioRoZ Sows

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