In Tuesday's editions of the Washington Post, the pictures accompanying obituaries of Myron Louis Eanet, 56, who died Saturday, and retired Army Col. Julian B. Lindsey, who died Sunday, were transposed and wrongly identified. Photographs of Mr. Eanet and Col. Lindsey appear here with correct captions. Picture 1, Myron L. Eanet; Picture 2, Julian B. Lindsey CAPTION: (NEW-LINE)Picture, MYRON LOUIS EANET
Myron Louis Eanet, 56, a native of Washington and a businessman in this area for most of his life, died Saturday at a hotel in Anaheim, Calif., after an apparent heart attack. He was vacationing there with his wife.
Mr. Eanet graduated from the old Central High School in Washington and later attended the University of North Carolina. He served in the U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II.
He then returned to Washington and became manager of the Franklin drug and liquor store, a family business. After it was sold in the late 1950s, he became manager of the Shoreham drug store, another family enterprise. That business was closed about 1969. Mr. Eanet also served for several years as secretary of the Parkside Hotel Corp., another family business which was sold about 1975.
For the past nine years, Mr. Eanet was a salesman for the Read plastic company in Rockville.
Mr. Eanet was a member of the board of directors of the Travelers Protective Association, Post B, Maryland. He had been a member of the Adas Israel Congregation in Washington since his youth.
Survivors include his wife, Ruth, of the home in Bethesda; a son, Bruce, of Kensington; a daughter, Sherly Bernard, of Fairfax; a sister, Rena E. Einstein, of Bethesda, and two grandchildren.