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WORLD
October 5, 2009 | Times Wire Reports
Typhoon Parma caused widespread flooding and landslides that buried at least two families in the Philippines, then hung threateningly off the coast, drenching the country's north as well as Taiwan. At least 16 people died when Parma hit the main island of Luzon on Saturday, though the capital, Manila -- still awash in floodwaters from a storm barely a week earlier -- was spared a new disaster. In Benguet province, a family of five, including a 1-year-old boy, died when their home was buried in a landslide, said police Senior Supt.
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SPORTS
September 27, 1986
The only thing wrong with Leslie Stuart Carter's article on spitting in sports is that you buried it on the last page of the sports section. Why not repeat it? NAN WILLIAMS Santa Monica
SPORTS
September 20, 1986
The only thing wrong with Leslie Stuart Carter's article on spitting in sports is that you buried it on the last page of the sports section. Why not repeat it? NAN WILLIAMS Santa Monica
NEWS
February 23, 1986
NBC's presentation of "Peter the Great" was the equivalent of being invited to a superb gourmet dinner and being served tasteless hash. This was a major show hashed into small pieces and buried in commercials and fillers. Eleanor B. Samuels, La Puente
OPINION
April 23, 2009
Re "3 BR, 2 BA, plastic saint buried in yard," April 19 It was not more than an hour after reading about people who bury St. Joseph statues to help sell their homes that I was prepping the dirt around the perimeter of the patio of my town house, which I bought in December 2005. As I pushed the shovel into the dirt, I hit something. I thought it was a piece of plastic pipe, but when I pulled it out, it was a small statute of St. Joseph! I guess the previous owners buried him, and it worked on me. I will keep him until I need to sell.
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