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Newport beach, Calif. is the scene of a waterfront explosion that has blasted sandbars, into $100,000 lots. Jerome Martin paints the boom and Alfred Wright describes it in words.
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August 27, 1962

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Newport beach, Calif. is the scene of a waterfront explosion that has blasted sandbars, into $100,000 lots. Jerome Martin paints the boom and Alfred Wright describes it in words.

A bridge quiz that may well show up your weaknesses, and your partner's too, is the inflammatory contribution of Charles Goren to the peace and quiet of Labor Day weekend.

The cowboy race from Chadron, Neb. to Chicago started as a private joke but became world news in 1893. Robert Cantwell read the neglected records and recounts the story.

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