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August 14, 1993 | LEN HALL
An 80th-birthday celebration will be held today at the Dana Point Yacht Club for a 44-foot racing sloop named Virginia and owned by the Nautical Heritage Society of Dana Point. Virginia's skipper, Daniel Heagney, a marine surveyor based in Dana Point Harbor, will conduct the afternoon celebration at the club along with Steve Christman, the founder and director of the Nautical Heritage Society.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 14, 1993 | LEN HALL
An 80th-birthday celebration will be held today at the Dana Point Yacht Club for a 44-foot racing sloop named Virginia and owned by the Nautical Heritage Society of Dana Point. Virginia's skipper, Daniel Heagney, a marine surveyor based in Dana Point Harbor, will conduct the afternoon celebration at the club along with Steve Christman, the founder and director of the Nautical Heritage Society.
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Jobless Rate Rises to 4.8% in California California's unemployment rate edged up to 4.8% in April, marking the first time in six years that joblessness statewide increased for two consecutive months. The statistics provided evidence that the U.S. slump, together with the state's energy and high-tech troubles, have begun to sharply slow down business in much of California. Still, the state gained 17,300 jobs in April, an impressive figure when compared with a loss of 223,000 jobs nationwide.
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July 3, 1992 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Responding to countless requests from young readers over the years, Laguna Beach author Theodore Taylor has finally written a sequel to "The Cay," his award-winning 1969 novel about a young white boy who is forced to confront his racial prejudices when he is shipwrecked with an old West Indian black man during World War II. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich has announced that the sequel, tentatively titled "Timothy of the Cay," will be published in September, 1993.
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