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New Mexican (Newspaper) - January 3, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE SANTA FE r owned ependeni Serving New Mexico for 156 years MONDAY JANUARY 3 2005 FIFTY CENTS INSIDE TODAY A fresh start Specialized clinics are providing care for adopted children from foreign lands who often suffer from unusual illnesses Health Science 01 Earthquake cluster Sundays killer Sumatran earthquake came just three days after a littlenoticed temblor off the coast gf New Zealand The onetwo shudder of these great earthquakes makes some scientists believe there is a larger pattern among seeming randomness order amid devastation Page D2 Trojan tradition Lofa Tatupu has a lot to live up to his father Mosi starred at the University of Southern California in the 1970s but expectations no longer bother the Trojan linebacker Sports Bl Biografia de un diplomatico El Embajador Frank Ortiz estara en Garcia Street Books el 6 de enero a partir de las 4 p m para firmar su libro Ambassador Ortiz From a Life of Service Lecciones de una vida de D Nuevo Mexfcano Cl In Shirley Chisholm the first black woman elected to Congress and an outspoken advocate for women and minorities dies at 80 and Canada confirms its second case of madcow disease Page A6 Todays forecast Cloudy breezy scattered showers High 42 low 30 Page A2 INDEX Annios Mailbox B5 Classifieds Comics Crossword Doonesbury Education Health D3 C9 B5 A5 Dl TteWnts Horoscope Obituaries Opinion Police notes Scoreboard Spanish pg Sports 65 A2 A5 A2 82 Cl Four sections 24 pages 156th year Issue No 3 Publication No 596440 Late paver Pwsws tips M94000 9063090 9833303 Dog saves Indian boy from tsunami The Associated Press CHINNAKALAPET India Run away her husband screamed from a rooftop after he spotted the colossal waves The command was simple but it presented Sangeeta with a dilemma She had three That dog is my God SANGEETA mother whose 7yearold son was rescued by the familys dog sons and only two arms She grabbed the youngest two and ran figuring the oldest 7yearold Dinakaran had the best chance of out running the tsunami churning toward her home But Dinakaran didnt fol low He headed for the safest place he knew the small fam ily hut just 40 yards from the seashore Sangeeta thought she would never see him again The fam ily dog saw to it that she did While water lapped at San geetas heels as she rushed up the hill the scruffy yellow dog named Selvakumar ducked into the hut after Dinakaran Nipping and nudging he did everything in his canine power to get the boy up the hill Inside Indonesia raises its death toll to Page A3 Sangeeta who like many south Indians only uses one name had no idea of the drama unfolding below Once Please see DOG Page A3 Wartime sketches Artist Jerry West recalls his fathers days as a guard at the Japanese internment camp off West Alameda Street Drawings courtesy of Jerry West During his time at the Japanese internment camp off West Alameda Street Hal West made a number of small sketches This pencil drawing depicts a guard possibly West himself on duty overseeing Japanese internees By ANNE CONSTABLE The New Mexican t When reports reached Santa Fe during World War II that the Japa nese were beheading captured American pilots Elmer Longacre and his buddies decided to retaliate The 9yearolds crept up on the Japanese internment camp off West Alameda Street armed with sticks and stones They crawled through the weeds surrounding the chainlink fence but couldnt get inside Frustrated they went to John Gianardis house on Onate Place returned with a 22 caliber rifle and shot two rounds toward the camp Santa Fe police quickly put a stop to their caper and turned the boys over to their mothers Jerry West Artist wrote a book recollecting the war years and his fathers job at the Japanese interment camp in Santa Fc My morn gave me a Longacre a businessman and former city councilor recalled recently Aside from the children few people in the community dis cussed the Japanese internment or the camp located on the site of a Depressionera Civilian Con servation Corps CCC facility according to artist Jerry West Wests rather Hal worked as a guard at the camp in 1943 and 1944 but even he didnt talk much about those Jerry West wrote in A Local Bystanders View of the Japanese Internment Camp his recollection of the war years I do remember some offhand remarks and comments made by him Hal was always impressed by the kindness and gentleness of I he men their quiet and peaceful manner their indus During his time at the camp Hal West made a number of small studies of his fellow guards When the city dedicated a historical marker at the site of the camp in 2002 Jerry West presented copies of the sketches and his own recol lections to the Museum of New Mexico The pencil sketches show guards on duty often with their feet up as Japanese internees relax in front of a barracks build Please see CAMP Page A4 This portrait of Hal West was drawn in a German detention camp in Seagoville Texas in November 1942 Suicide car bombing kills at least 23 in Iraq groups get faithbased funds but have no religious requirements Ten others die for unity with Sunni Arabs wanting to delay the vote but in separate attacks insisted jt be held despite the r violence Also the military sent new forces to counter the threat in Mosul center of a worrying rise in car bomb ings and raids in recent weeks Secretary of State Colin Powell later repeated past warnings of more violence ahead of the Jan 30 elections for a national assembly and The Associated Press BAGHDAD Iraq Insur gents exposed the vulnerabil ity of Iraqs security forces again Sunday killing at least 22 national guardsmen and their driver in a suicide bombing and 10 other people in separate attacks with elec tions just weeks away Promi nent Shiite leaders called Please see IRAQ Page A4 By SUE MAJOR HOLMES The Associated Press Ten organizations across New Mexico shared more than million in social services funding in 2003 under President Bushs faithbased initiative Many of the groups how ever say they dont have any religious requirements in their programs And two said their 2003 money did not come from faithbased funds despite being included The federal government gave more than billion in 2003 to organizations it labeled as faith based in that category The federal government gave more than billion in 2003 to organizations it labeled as faith based some going to programs in which prayer and spiri tual guidance are central and some to groups that have entirely secular mis sions and were surprised to find themselves on the list the White House provided to The Associated Press Lee Pattison executive director for St Martins Please see FUNDS Page A3 ;