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March 24, 2003 | Jill Leovy and Jessica Garrison, Times Staff Writers
Long before he ever traveled to the Persian Gulf, Marine Lance Cpl. Jose Gutierrez was acquainted with perilous and uncertain journeys. Lanky, quiet and full of ambition, Gutierrez, 22, is believed to be the second U.S. serviceman to die in combat, an American soldier with a distinctive Southern California background: He was among thousands of Central American immigrants who for years have made their way to this state in dangerous personal odysseys.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 25, 2003 | MARK ARAX; RICH CONNELL;DANIEL HERNANDEZ; ROBERT J. LOPEZ;PATRICK J. McDONNELL.
The war in Iraq drew attention to the growing number of noncitizens in the U.S. military -- about 37,000. Ten were killed during the war, seven from California. Most were Latino. This is the first of four portraits of Green Card Marines who gave their lives. * After all he had seen, Jose Antonio Gutierrez might have been forgiven for telling the lie. When he was 3, his mother withered to 66 pounds from malnutrition; two years later she died in a Guatemala tuberculosis ward.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 25, 2003 | MARK ARAX; RICH CONNELL;DANIEL HERNANDEZ; ROBERT J. LOPEZ;PATRICK J. McDONNELL.
The war in Iraq drew attention to the growing number of noncitizens in the U.S. military -- about 37,000. Ten were killed during the war, seven from California. Most were Latino. This is the first of four portraits of Green Card Marines who gave their lives. * After all he had seen, Jose Antonio Gutierrez might have been forgiven for telling the lie. When he was 3, his mother withered to 66 pounds from malnutrition; two years later she died in a Guatemala tuberculosis ward.
NEWS
March 24, 2003 | Jill Leovy and Jessica Garrison, Times Staff Writers
Long before he ever traveled to the Persian Gulf, Marine Lance Cpl. Jose Gutierrez was acquainted with perilous and uncertain journeys. Lanky, quiet and full of ambition, Gutierrez, 22, is believed to be the second U.S. serviceman to die in combat, an American soldier with a distinctive Southern California background: He was among thousands of Central American immigrants who for years have made their way to this state in dangerous personal odysseys.
SPORTS
May 4, 2001 | JOHN KLIMA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jose Gutierrez came out of nowhere. He walked onto the Fillmore High baseball field in January, and soon the Flashes became the team that came out of nowhere. But Gutierrez's journey was more complicated than taking the field and making magic out of infield dirt. He struggled through three years in continuation school to meet academic standards before returning this year to Fillmore, where he has led the Flashes from last place to the brink of a Tri-Valley League championship.
NEWS
March 23, 2003 | Tom Gorman and Ken Ellingwood, Times Staff Writers
One was a gung-ho outdoorsman known for courting adventure in a military career that spanned more than a decade. The other, a young man whose roots spread from Guatemala to Los Angeles, enlisted less than a year ago. The Pentagon said Saturday that these two Marines -- Therrel S. Childers, 30, and Jose Gutierrez, 22 -- were the first U.S. servicemen to fall to hostile fire in Iraq.
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February 26, 1986 | Associated Press
Fifty-two U.S. Army engineers who will build bridges and other public works projects have flown into Costa Rica, Foreign Minister Carlos Jose Gutierrez said. They were the first of 180 American Army engineers scheduled to work on the projects here. The others are expected to arrive next week.
MAGAZINE
May 4, 2003
Please have someone remind that idiot Chris Simcox [of the Civil Homeland Defense Corps] about Lance Cpl. Jose Gutierrez, a Marine killed in Iraq ("Patriots on the Borderline," by Dan Baum, March 16). Gutierrez, who was posthumously granted American citizenship, entered this country illegally but wanted to repay his adopted country by serving in the Marines. Gary Lapinsky Via the Internet
NEWS
August 27, 1992
The City Council gave the final go-ahead Tuesday to a proposed 72-unit senior citizens apartment complex. The council voted 5 to 0 to allow developer Jose Gutierrez to build the three-story project on a 1.13-acre site at 1040 Unruh Ave. Under the approved plans, Gutierrez must provide residents with a free shuttle service for such errands as grocery shopping and doctors' appointments.
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June 7, 1989 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Two California musicians are among the American folk artists named as National Heritage fellows by the National Endowment for the Arts. Jose Gutierrez of Norwalk, a Mexican jarocho player, and Richard Hagopian of Visalia, an Armenian oud player, will each receive $5,000 fellowships and be honored during two days of ceremonies in late September in Washington. The other honorees include celebrated banjo player Earl Scruggs, a German-American concertina maker from Minnesota and an elderly quilter from Missouri.
NEWS
March 23, 2003 | Tom Gorman and Ken Ellingwood, Times Staff Writers
One was a gung-ho outdoorsman known for courting adventure in a military career that spanned more than a decade. The other, a young man whose roots spread from Guatemala to Los Angeles, enlisted less than a year ago. The Pentagon said Saturday that these two Marines -- Therrel S. Childers, 30, and Jose Gutierrez, 22 -- were the first U.S. servicemen to fall to hostile fire in Iraq.
SPORTS
May 4, 2001 | JOHN KLIMA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jose Gutierrez came out of nowhere. He walked onto the Fillmore High baseball field in January, and soon the Flashes became the team that came out of nowhere. But Gutierrez's journey was more complicated than taking the field and making magic out of infield dirt. He struggled through three years in continuation school to meet academic standards before returning this year to Fillmore, where he has led the Flashes from last place to the brink of a Tri-Valley League championship.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 6, 1996 | STEPHANIE BROMMER
Three Oxnard men were arrested Monday on suspicion of robbing an Oxnard cleaners. Charles Hendrick, 46, Richard Coronado 20, and Jose Gutierrez, 22, were taken into custody after Oxnard Police Cmdr. Jeffrey Young stopped the suspects' vehicle in the 700 block of Mountain View Avenue and pursued them in a brief foot chase. The 3 p.m. armed robbery took place at Cleaners at The Rose at 2051 N. Rose Ave.
NEWS
August 13, 1992
A proposed 72-unit senior citizen apartment complex won preliminary City Council approval Tuesday. In a 5-0 vote, the council tentatively approved the three-story project for a 1.13-acre site at 1040 Unruh Ave. Units will feature 550 square feet for one bedroom and 780 square feet for two bedrooms. As a condition of approval, the council will require that developer Jose Gutierrez provide free daily transit service for residents, including shuttle service to banks, grocery stores and doctors.
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