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October 25, 1990 | ANN CONWAY
"Wish you were here!" chirp telephone operators at the Irvine-Hilton-turned-Hyatt-Regency. Tonight, President George Bush is going to take them up on it. He plans to arrive about 9 at the inn owned by GOP big spender, billionaire Donald Bren. The President, who will spend the night, is coming to Orange County to attend a fund-raising breakfast Friday for the California Republican Party.
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March 18, 1992 | SAM FULWOOD III, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For Republican presidential challenger Patrick J. Buchanan, Michigan was a turning point. It was here that he had vowed to show the power of his insurgent campaign. Instead, it was here that his campaign conceded that unseating George Bush was a task outside of its reach. "We're going to keep right on going," Buchanan told cheering well-wishers gathered at the Mayflower Meeting House for a post-election party. "We're in a fight for the heart and soul of the Republican Party."
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May 16, 1991 | JESSE KATZ and NIESON HIMMEL, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A jealous teen-ager suspected of a shooting rampage that left his former girlfriend critically wounded and her mother and sister dead took his own life Wednesday night as detectives attempted to arrest him in Venice, police said. Matthew Lee Walker was returning to a 1985 black Mercedes-Benz automobile he had taken from his victims' home in an affluent West Covina neighborhood when undercover officers tried to block the car with their vehicle, West Covina Police Lt. John Schimanski said.
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March 17, 1985 | CHARLES P. WALLACE, Times Staff Writer
An American journalist was kidnaped by gunmen in West Beirut on Saturday in the third abduction of a Westerner in just three days. Terry A. Anderson, the chief Middle East correspondent of the Associated Press, was seized in the neighborhood of Ein el Mreisse by three men driving a green Mercedes-Benz automobile. Two British citizens were kidnaped in the capital's predominantly Muslim western sector Thursday and Friday. No group has claimed responsibility for any of the three abductions.
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October 7, 1995 | JESSE KATZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Like moths drawn to a flame, the elite of Southern society flock to this tiny sliver of pristine beachfront, building their million-dollar condos as close as structurally possible to the emerald waters that lap the sugary sands. Over the last decade, vacationers from Alabama and Georgia and Tennessee have transformed Destin from a sleepy fishing village into the crown jewel of the Florida Panhandle.
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February 23, 1990 | VICTOR MERINA and DARYL KELLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A federal grand jury on Thursday indicted 10 Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department narcotics officers--including all nine members of an elite team--on charges of stealing more than $1.4 million in seized drug cash and using much of that money to buy homes, luxury cars, jewelry and stocks. The 10 veteran officers were also accused of conspiring to take money from suspected drug dealers during narcotics raids over the last two years.
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December 16, 1991 | LESLIE HELM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the foothills of Mt. Fuji, just lightly dusted with snow this time of year, are the sprawling grounds of Taisekiji, the ancient temple headquarters of the Buddhist order of Nichiren Shoshu. It's a startling sight. Attached like a misplaced appendage to the 700-year-old temple compound of prayer halls, pagoda and inner gardens is a stadium-sized, white granite structure shaped like a slice of melon.
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February 20, 1998 | TOM GORMAN and ERIC LICHTBLAU, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A suspected white supremacist who was caught three years ago with deadly bacteria was back in custody Thursday on charges that he and another man possessed anthrax, an even more lethal biological agent, "for use as a weapon." Larry W. Harris, 46, a microbiologist from Ohio, held up a vial at a hotel room here earlier this week and bragged to an associate that it contained enough anthrax to "wipe out the city," federal officials asserted in their criminal complaint.
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