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January 13, 1992 | Rick VanderKnyff
BEFORE THE MAST: The U.S. entries this year have one thing in common: Their masts were built by a Santa Ana company, Sparcraft. . . . In the secretive world of championship yacht building, the situation provided some challenges. "We walk a thin line, but it's a matter that's based on trust," says the firm's Dave Hulse. The 110-foot masts run about $650,000 each and are made from carbon fiber, a composite material used in spacecraft.
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January 15, 1992
I have read about the projected population of California by the year 2005. We have already passed the saturation stage of growth. It is important, both environmentally and economically, to put a stop to immigration. The state Legislature has to pass legislation to curb immigration into California. I also believe the U.S. has to take action now in this matter. Jobs are being taken away by foreigners. State and federal assistance is taxing away our way of life.
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BUSINESS
January 15, 1992
I have read about the projected population of California by the year 2005. We have already passed the saturation stage of growth. It is important, both environmentally and economically, to put a stop to immigration. The state Legislature has to pass legislation to curb immigration into California. I also believe the U.S. has to take action now in this matter. Jobs are being taken away by foreigners. State and federal assistance is taxing away our way of life.
NEWS
January 13, 1992 | Rick VanderKnyff
BEFORE THE MAST: The U.S. entries this year have one thing in common: Their masts were built by a Santa Ana company, Sparcraft. . . . In the secretive world of championship yacht building, the situation provided some challenges. "We walk a thin line, but it's a matter that's based on trust," says the firm's Dave Hulse. The 110-foot masts run about $650,000 each and are made from carbon fiber, a composite material used in spacecraft.
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