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August 25, 1933Plane Speeds To Islands Still Cut Off Nine From Baltimore Get Off Ship 2 Other Marylanders Safely Taken From City of Norfolk with Rest of Passengers-Virginian Praises Skipper Carries Baby From Battered Craft; Voyagers Played Bridge Awaiting Aid A...
The silt-packed turret of the Civil War ironclad USS Monitor was raised today from the Atlantic floor, nearly 140 years after the historic warship sank during a New Years storm. The turret, on which hung an American flag, was raised at the end of a...
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Staff And Wire ReportsWith weather forecasters all but certain Hurricane Isabel will strike the central Atlantic coast late this week, state and local governments up and down the Eastern Seaboard are bracing for what is expected to be an extremely dangerous storm. Computer...
Daily PressFor a moment Sunday, there was only the president, a former first lady and a great new warship bearing the former president's name. For a moment, the crowd of thousands, aisles of dignitaries and even the shower of raindrops that came to anoint the...
Daily PressSay what you want about astrology, but once again the stars had it right. A short trip due to request by relative, is how Sydney Omarr's syndicated astrology column pegged Sunday for those born, as was Mrs. Ronald Reagan, in the sign of Cancer....
The Daily Press, Newport News, Va.What a week for weather. It started with one of the toughest nor'easters of the winter-spring season laying a lashing or two on the Virginia coastline. Then scientists are worried about a hunk of the Continental Shelf breaking off, creating a tsunami,...
Times Staff WriterI used to spend hours riding my bicycle through wealthy neighborhoods in suburban St. Louis, where I grew up. I'd stop at the gates of estates, straining to glimpse the mansions beyond and imagining what they looked like inside. No one beckoned from the...
By noon or so Saturday the rain had finally stopped and I decided a run was in order to cure my cabin fever. I jumped into my running shoes and a sweatshirt to counteract what winds ol' Hurricane Ivan had left behind, and I headed out the door. I started...
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