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November 2, 1990 | United Press International
Two time bombs apparently planted by leftists to protest next week's coronation of Japan's new emperor ripped through a police dormitory, killing an officer and wounding six others, police said today. The attack occurred as police reinforced security prior to the Nov. 12 enthronement ceremony for Emperor Akihito, which will be attended by scores of foreign dignitaries.
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November 2, 1990 | United Press International
Two time bombs apparently planted by leftists to protest next week's coronation of Japan's new emperor ripped through a police dormitory, killing an officer and wounding six others, police said today. The attack occurred as police reinforced security prior to the Nov. 12 enthronement ceremony for Emperor Akihito, which will be attended by scores of foreign dignitaries.
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October 27, 1989 | JIM CARLTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The City Council will travel at taxpayer expense on a weeklong visit to Fukui City, Japan, where ceremonies are scheduled to inaugurate a sister city relationship between the two towns. Mayor Molly McClanahan and three of her council colleagues will leave Tuesday and return on Nov. 7, requiring cancellation of a council meeting originally scheduled for that day. The fifth council member, A.B. (Buck) Catlin, was invited, but is on a Mediterranean cruise.
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August 6, 1999
Pauline Buck, 77, political activist and one of the original members of Another Mother for Peace. Buck was coordinator of Women For, a women's political action group founded in the early 1960s by a group of women who had supported John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign. Buck helped build the group into a 5,000-member organization that supported candidates and promoted community involvement by sponsoring forums and workshops on topics such as education and school integration.
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