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August 7, 1995 | For The Inquirer / NANCY WEGARD
At long last the rains came, gentle and steady, breaking the region's long and deadly fever. It was downright difficult to remember how to work an umbrella. Yet Vawan Sylvester, 4, of Pemberton, did her best.
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July 18, 2007 | By Pat Rakowski
When two ribs of my favorite umbrella bent, I remembered there had been a little tag on it that read "lifetime warranty. " Even better, for once in my life I knew where to find the guarantee. I hadn't actually read the small print, but I hadn't read my car warranty either and every time I had a problem, the dealer fixed it. So I took the umbrella back to the store, thinking they'd replace it. I should have remembered that, unlike people, not all guarantees are created equal. While an umbrella isn't a major investment like a car, I buy a lot more umbrellas than I do cars.
NEWS
March 27, 2012 | BY STEPHANIE FARR, Daily News Staff Writer
A WOMAN with her 2-year-old child spat on a SEPTA bus driver and beat him with her umbrella Sunday after he asked her to quiet the screaming toddler, according to police. It marked at least the second assault on a bus driver in the past two weeks. The 50-year-old driver asked Tiffany Alexander, 25, to calm her child down soon after she boarded the Route 7 bus about 3 p.m., a police spokeswoman said. Alexander argued with the driver and swung the umbrella as if to hit him, but she sat back down, police said.
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