From The Sun April 21-27, 1846* April 22: Careless Driving...

THIS WEEK

April 21, 1996|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun April 21-27, 1846

* April 22: Careless Driving -- Yesterday afternoon, the driver of an omnibus managed to either carelessly or designedly greatly annoy a lady on horseback, in Gay, near Baltimore Street.

* April 23: ECLIPSE OF THE SUN TO-MORROW -- The grand exhibition which is expected to come to to-morrow will be the last visible eclipse of the sun until the year 1854.

From The Sun April 21-27, 1896

* April 21: A fire broke out yesterday in the cellar of Mr. Charles B. Hoblitzell's house at Roland Park, causing damage of about $50.

* April 24: It is understood that opposition will be made to the appointment of a colored man as sanitary officer at Towson, and that protests will be filed with the county commissioners.

* April 27: The Arlington Electric Park was thronged with visitors all day yesterday, and all those who came marveled at the improvements which had been made since last year.

From The Sun April 21-27, 1946

* April 22: Sigmund Romberg brought his 50-piece orchestra to the Lyric Theater last night and provided an evening of melodious music for a good-sized audience.

* April 24: Fredericktown, Md., April 23 (Special) -- A Marine Corps major was killed and two naval flyers were injured this afternoon when their plane crashed in the mouth of the Sassafras River, near this Cecil County town. Pub Date: 4/21/96

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