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July 8, 1992 | RICH ROBERTS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A few weeks ago, a boater with his wife and two children happened upon San Clemente Island, 55 miles off the coast of Southern California. "He thought it was Catalina Island," said Lt. Cmdr. Carl Lammers of the Navy, commander of the island. "He did not have any charts and was not even sure how to read a compass. So we gave him gas and pointed him in the way of Catalina. Those are the people we're worried about."
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July 8, 1992 | RICH ROBERTS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A few weeks ago, a boater with his wife and two children happened upon San Clemente Island, 55 miles off the coast of Southern California. "He thought it was Catalina Island," said Lt. Cmdr. Carl Lammers of the Navy, commander of the island. "He did not have any charts and was not even sure how to read a compass. So we gave him gas and pointed him in the way of Catalina. Those are the people we're worried about."
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March 15, 1985
The Department of Fish and Game wants to make major changes in Southern California's deer hunting zones for the next fall and winter seasons. The changes are included in 1985-86 proposed hunting regulations, to be discussed at public hearings April 5 in Redding and April 26 in Sacramento. Under the zone changes, Southern California's deer herds would be divided into high elevation, coastal and desert herds.
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