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February 17, 1992 | PATRICK J. McDONNELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Each morning the disenchanted--Indians and non-Indians alike--set up a boisterous picket line opposite the Chemehuevi tribal offices, brandishing U.S. flags and vowing never to capitulate. "It's like some small communistic dictatorship took over and set up a little nation out here," said B. J. Neely, his cap festooned with miniature Stars and Stripes. "This used to be a fun joint."
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February 17, 1992 | PATRICK J. McDONNELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Each morning the disenchanted--Indians and non-Indians alike--set up a boisterous picket line opposite the Chemehuevi tribal offices, brandishing U.S. flags and vowing never to capitulate. "It's like some small communistic dictatorship took over and set up a little nation out here," said B. J. Neely, his cap festooned with miniature Stars and Stripes. "This used to be a fun joint."
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June 9, 1988 | Alma Cook, John M. Hayes, Jane Hoffman, Mike Ma and Mike Meyers.
Supervisor District 1 Marsha Turoci 34,488 John Joyner, inc. 21,385 District 3 Barbara C. Riordan, inc. 21,628 Theresa Kwappenberg 18,624 Bob Isaac 5,860 Judicial Races Superior Court, Office 3 Duane M. Lloyd, inc. 119,986 Alan E. Spears 65,567 Morongo Basin Municipal Bert L. Swift 5,145 Richard V. Crouter, inc. 4,944 Crest Forest Justice Court Michael M. Dest 2,470 David Press, inc. 2,310 Jeffrey L. Kastner 340 Larry F. Roberts 259 Trona Justice Court Robert K.
SPORTS
December 20, 1989
Pyramid Lake is recognized as one of the Southland's premier striped bass fisheries. But while the striper fisherman may work all day for a single fish, those using mealworms at the dam are catching buckets of bluegills. After a day's fishing at the Los Angeles County reservoir, Percell Leob of Los Angeles got back to the docks and counted 75 bluegills, at about a half-pound each. Freshwater LAKE MEAD--Box Car Cove best bet for striped bass.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 5, 2005 | Stuart Pfeifer and Jeff Gottlieb, Times Staff Writers
Three men were charged with murder Friday in the disappearance of a couple last seen showing their yacht to a prospective buyer in Newport Beach, in what authorities say was a scheme to steal their boat and plunder their bank accounts. Thomas and Jackie Hawks were last seen Nov. 15 at Newport Harbor where they met Skylar Deleon to discuss the sale of their 55-foot luxury boat, Well Deserved. Officials said they believed the couple were killed at sea.
NEWS
March 20, 1985 | LOUIS SAHAGUN, Times Staff Writer
An escapee from an Arizona prison farm was killed and another was critically wounded during a gun battle that erupted when they were confronted by San Bernardino County sheriff's deputies at a crowded McDonald's restaurant in Needles. One deputy was wounded. None of an estimated 20 customers were injured during the noontime shooting.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 20, 1985 | LOUIS SAHAGUN, Times Staff Writer
An escapee from an Arizona prison farm was killed and another was critically wounded during a gun battle that erupted when they were confronted by San Bernardino County sheriff's deputies at a crowded McDonald's restaurant in Needles. One deputy was wounded. None of an estimated 20 customers was injured during the noontime shooting.
SPORTS
March 28, 1990
The Lake Perris record for largemouth bass fell to Jeff Lumpis of Ontario, who caught a 9 1/2-pounder on four-pound test line with a nightcrawler Sunday. The fish measured 22 3/4 inches. Stan Kiefer, Palm Springs, had a catch that weighed 9 1/4, on a spinner bait. PUDDINGSTONE RESERVOIR--Spawning bass hitting colored plastics, worms and grubs, but some anglers taking females home with eggs. Southern California Bass Council will post notices urging release.
NEWS
September 17, 1987 | HERB HAIN
A.Z. of Van Nuys is looking for a product that removes mildew odors from terry towels and wash cloths; she doesn't intend to rub it in, but evidently sun, bleach and vinegar, among other things, have not done the job. Can you help before our reader raises a real stink, or will this be a problem that won't wash because you people out there decided to tarry too long?
NEWS
October 30, 1986 | HERB HAIN
A Lancaster lady who wants to surprise her husband for Christmas is anxiously searching for medium-size shirts made of rough-textured raw silk like the ones he wore 20 years ago. Can you help make this a smooth transaction, or will she have to tell her husband to keep his shirt on a little longer? Florence Hooper of Canoga Park realizes that this is no snap, but she is looking for a photo lab, hopefully in her area, that can reprint Fotron negatives.
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