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May 12, 1987 | NICK B. WILLIAMS Jr., Times Staff Writer
Ramon M. Durano is 81 now, his big political battles behind him, his days in the old Philippine Congress only history. It's been more than a year, Durano says, since he last talked to Ferdinand E. Marcos, whom he served as a staunch right arm in the island province of Cebu. He'd like to make peace with Corazon Aquino, the new Philippine president, who calls him a Marcos warlord. "She's only been in office a year," Durano told reporters Monday at his seaside compound here.
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January 29, 1986 | NICK B. WILLIAMS Jr., Times Staff Writer
The old man, a barrel on bandy legs, wearing running shoes, shorts and a soft-brim hat, broke his monologue to consider the question: When had he last talked with the president? "Just three days ago," he told his visitor. "He called from Malacanang to ask how things were here. What did I tell him? Cebu is under control." Every candidate needs comforting assurance now and then in a hard-fought election campaign. President Ferdinand E.
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