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February 21, 1991
The City Council on Wednesday presented a commendation to San Clemente resident Carol Bentzlin, whose husband, Marine Cpl. Stephen Bentzlin, was among the first to be killed in action in the Persian Gulf. "This is not something we relish or look forward to, Carol," said Mayor Scott Diehl. "We want to show you that the sacrifice your husband, Steve, made is not forgotten and is appreciated by the citizens of San Clemente." As the mayor made the presentation, Bentzlin stood silently at the podium.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 21, 1991
The City Council on Wednesday presented a commendation to San Clemente resident Carol Bentzlin, whose husband, Marine Cpl. Stephen Bentzlin, was among the first to be killed in action in the Persian Gulf. "This is not something we relish or look forward to, Carol," said Mayor Scott Diehl. "We want to show you that the sacrifice your husband, Steve, made is not forgotten and is appreciated by the citizens of San Clemente." As the mayor made the presentation, Bentzlin stood silently at the podium.
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January 19, 1990 | MATT LAIT and WENDY PAULSON
Authorities chased a carload of illegal immigrants at speeds of 95 m.p.h. Thursday from San Clemente to Westminster, then treated them to hamburgers and fries after they were captured. The chase started about 11:40 a.m. at the San Onofre immigration checkpoint, five miles south of San Clemente. U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service agents spotted a red 1976 Camaro with only two passengers that seemed to be heavily weighted down, California Highway Patrol Officer Lyle Whitten said.
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January 19, 1990 | MATT LAIT and WENDY PAULSON
Authorities chased a carload of illegal immigrants at speeds of 95 m.p.h. Thursday from San Clemente to Westminster, then treated them to hamburgers and fries after they were captured. The chase started about 11:40 a.m. at the San Onofre immigration checkpoint, five miles south of San Clemente. U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service agents spotted a red 1976 Camaro with only two passengers that seemed to be heavily weighted down, California Highway Patrol Officer Lyle Whitten said.
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