Eavey, Esther Himes, 3 Aug 1961, Morning Herald, Hagerstown, MD

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Eavey, Esther Himes, 3 Aug 1961, Morning Herald, Hagerstown, MD - THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN. MARYLAND...
THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN. MARYLAND Airport Inn Heri3 Is Sold THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, Wl the pos- thc(H l EC1 ' s L own lonely on Friday ^ rh . as bce . n P fu «h«cd says Charles S ick G l a n n a r n s of Harnsburg, da. "1;, . . . . . . fninoi " i a nnans has had the ex"' ffi of t h « '»? ***«»* ·»«··»: renovatccl thfi « nt « rlor Io pair Total first four at of same I960 nent basis added new equipment to th kitchen. He bought the establish .... merit from Gus Mallios who has and moved to Boston, Mass. The restaurant has changed »., t hands several times during the the past score of years, but Giannaris Giannaris said that he expected to operate the place on "a perma- (he U.S. than a to produce of bread, person on The. new owner attended various various United Stales Army food service schools during his service service tenure which ended in 1958 . .,,.. , with an honorable discharge dcsperat following service in Korea. He also owns t restaurant in Harrisburg which he has turned over to a brother for operation, Woman's Term Suspended In Shoplifting Case Here Esther Himes Eavey, lock E. Baltimore St., given a 10-day suspended sen :e yesterday for shoplifting shoplifting flea powder. She was apprehended Tuesday night taking a two-ounce can 1 of Hartz Mountain Flea Pow-! dcr, worth 45 cents, from Grand Union Supermarket, Baltimore id Hood Sts. Police officers testified , she had asked the manager ^ he store to recommend a brand of flea powder before she it. Magistrate William J. Dwyer said he thought she had prob-l ably been taking items over a period of time and just hap- »ned to get caught this time. 'I can understand a person, in te circumstances, being forced to steal food," said the magistrate, "but flea powder. powder. . . I" In other court business, Reu- first ben Seegal, 54, «00 block Gull was ford Ave., was fined *5 and ing 35 milcs'pcr hour. costs for improper passing the night of July 16 coming down t ? V - - - ^ -» «.v · * » * · · { , uv mi IVJTTI1, ICii, 9 Will* bouth Mountain, The folowing 50 miles per hour forfeited collateral: " ' ' , , . oomac ., . block Clearvlew Hd., $11.45 for exceeding 25 miles per hour, P Y P P P n l n i J *lfl t n U n p nnn V i n , , n 13IL...1 T I i r ! M nn. t*n Orlando, Fla., $11.45 for exceed Antielam St., $6.45 for .failure to stop for red light. William L, Brown, 45, Waynesboro, Waynesboro, Pa., $6.45 for failure to grant right-of-way. ;« vuumKiai: cawm Angle Anaerson, at, Otis Ralph Beauchamp, 58, Edward Knepper, 48, 100647 S. Potomac St., $10.75 for Baltimore, Md., $26.45 for Patricia Ann Black, 19, Johnstown, Johnstown, Pa., $16,45 for exceeding exceeding 30 miles per hour. Allen Barbef Bragunler, 42, 700 block Maryland Ave., $11.45 for passing where prohibited by that official signs, and jil.45 for ex- of ceeding 30 miles per hour, -nd Henry Joe Sedille, Jr., 27, Al- took buquerque, N. M., $16.45 for passing on the right. Garland Leroy Warren, 38, Newman, Ga., $16.45 for speed greater than reasonable. Robert Charles Johnston, 42. Pittsburgh, Pa., $16.45 for exceeding' exceeding' 40 miles per hour. Frederick Christian Wright, 22, 500 Gordon Circle, $16.45 for failing to stop for a boulevard stop sign. Charles Edison Hannum. J Edwin Angle Anderson, 36, Ethel Louise Miller, 39, 66 E, AIR FORCE'S BIRTH Birth of military aviation is said to have taken place at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Tex., March 2, 1910, when Lt. Benjamin Foulois (later a brigadier brigadier general), of the Signal Corps, tested a government- purchased Wright biplane. ing from the rear when the ahead was not clear. NO PURE WATER There is no such thing as . absolutely pure water since it is for impossible to prepare any substance substance of such purity chemically chemically that it is completely free of all foreign matter whatever.

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  1. The Morning Herald,
  2. 03 Aug 1961, Thu,
  3. Page 14

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  • Eavey, Esther Himes, 3 Aug 1961, Morning Herald, Hagerstown, MD

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