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June 12, 1999|By Frederick N. Rasmussen

150 years ago in The Sun

June 15: OMNIBUSES -- Cold Spring and Govanstown -- A line of accommodating coaches has been placed on the York road, making two round trips a day, to Govanstown, stopping at the Cold Spring Hotel and other places on the road. This must be a great accommodation to persons visiting the above delightful and healthy places of resort, and also to the numerous families living on the route.

100 years ago in The Sun

June 17: Within a few days the City Commissioners of Public Baths, Messers. W. H. Morriss and Eugene Levering, expect to secure the title to property on which the public bathhouses presented to the city by Mr. Henry Walters are to be erected, and the work will begin as soon as possible afterward.

50 years ago in The Sun

June 14: New York, June 13 -- Under searing and relentless crossexamination, Mrs. Whittaker Chambers backtracked frequently today on details of her testimony against Alger Hiss in the trial of the former State Department official in Federal court on a perjury indictment.

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