From The Sun June 30-July 6, 1846* June 30: Fire Works...

THIS WEEK

June 30, 1996|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun June 30-July 6, 1846

* June 30: Fire Works -- We understand it is contemplated to make a display of fire works at the Washington Monument, on the evening of the Fourth of July.

* July 3: We notice that persons have been engaged in white washing Centre Market from its northern to its southern extremity. It has not been done before it was needed.

From The Sun June 30-July 6, 1896

* July 1: The former residence of the late Governor Swann, 105 West Franklin Street, was sold at public auction yesterday at the Builder's Exchange by Messers. Matthew & Kirkland, auctioneers.

* July 2: Hartford, Conn., July 1 -- At noon today Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, the famous authoress, passed away peacefully at her residence in this city.

From The Sun June 30-July 6, 1946

* July 2: Dr. William H. Lemmel yesterday entered the Municipal Department of Education building at 3 East 25th Street, went to the office vacated by Dr. David E. Weglein and took over the duties of superintendent of public instruction.

* July 5: Ocean City, July 4 -- Fine weather today was everything that could be desired by a crowd which may have set an all-time record for the State's only ocean resort.

* July 6: "Without Reservations," at the Hippodrome Theater, is a gay and lively picture which invites the spectator to participate vicariously in a cross country trip in the company of Claudette Colbert, John Wayne and Don DeFore.

Pub Date: 6/30/96

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