This week150 years ago in The SunAugust 3: On Saturday...

THIS WEEK

July 31, 1999|By Frederick N. Rasmussen

This week

150 years ago in The Sun

August 3: On Saturday night, some thief watched an opportunity and stole from the butcher stall of Mr. Sterling Thomas, in Centre Market, about $30 of the proceeds of sales for the day. This, too, was characterized by a degree of boldness which shows that practised hands were at work.

100 years ago in The Sun

August 1: Health Commissioner Jones has decided with the co-operation of the School Board, that no child shall enter the public schools of the city at their opening in September without a written certificate of successful vaccination. Dr. Jones thinks the step is necessary as a precaution against smallpox.

50 years ago in The Sun

July 31: Washington, July 30 -- Additional charges that Russia is using the United Nations as a part of a vast network of intelligence centers, were made public tonight by a Senate judiciary subcommittee.

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