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Santa Barbara Sheriffʼs detectives arrested a Santa Barbara County man suspected of robbing a gas station last Saturday night.

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Area companies mark milestones

The Grapeseed Company will celebrate its seventh anniversary today, the same day Goletaʼs Caribbean Coffee Co. hits its 25th.

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Coral Casino members battle Biltmore owner

Gas station robber caught

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Sunrise: 5:45 a.m. Sunset: 8:12 p.m.

RAMONA Searching for

Investigators uncover new clues in 50-yearold missing child case See story on page 2

In a move that has upset some members of Montecito’s Coral Casino, the Santa Barbara County planning staff released a report Wednesday which concludes that Ty Warner has properly run the private beach club. In an 8-page memo, county staff determined that Warner has complied with all 90 conditions of the approvals first granted prior to extensive renovations. The report came after some club members charged that Ty Warner Hotels and Resorts failed to comply with the promises the company made when it renovated the private club in 2005. Backed by a letter from attorney Derek Westin, the Member Committee of the Coral Casino in February had asked for a full hearing before the Montecito Planning Commission to discuss whether Warner was in compliance. “I wish we were looking at a different report,” said William Reyner, chairman of the Member Committee, “but I am not surprised. It is pretty distressing.” The Montecito Planning Commission will discuss the matter at a meeting at 9 a.m. June 22. Some members of the private club are looking for a clearer separation between the beachside Casino and the Four Seasons Hotel across the street, also owned by Ty Warner. When the Beanie Babies magnate won approval to restore the See WARNER, page 4


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Searchers comb area near 101 BY NICK C. TONKIN

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Ramona Irene Price disappeared 50 years ago. She was 7 years old. Now, authorities believe they know who her killer was. And that he may have buried her body underneath a concrete Highway 101 overpass. In an unprecedented event for the South Coast, a team of law enforcement officers on Wednesday held a press conference to announce the latest clues in the cold case. They believe that convicted child killer Mack Ray Edwards may have been responsible for the crime. Authorities also released search dogs trained to find cadavers at the overpass. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We need to send a message that we just donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t quit on these things,â&#x20AC;? said Police Chief Cam Sanchez, at a press conference. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Families deserve an answer.â&#x20AC;? Acting on information from author Weston DeWalt, police used cadaver dogs, which are specially trained to sniff out human bodies underground. The dogs searched the embankments around the Highway 101 overpass at Winchester for the girlâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s remains. After a five-hour search, the three dogs identified an â&#x20AC;&#x153;area of interestâ&#x20AC;? during the search. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We got about as strong a reaction [from DAILY SOUND / Victor Maccharoli Santa Clara County SheriffĘźs Search and Rescue Team was called in Wednesday to cover the dogs] as we could expect at this point,â&#x20AC;? the Winchester Overpass area off Highway 101 in Goleta. Front page: Ramona Price in a See RAMONA, page 10 family photo from 1961. Authorities have reopened the 50-year-old case.


Two local businesses celebrate anniversaries NEWS

DAILY SOUND STAFF REPORT Two Santa Barbara-area businesses are marking anniversaries today. The Grapeseed Company, a local purveyor and manufacturer of skincare and beauty products focused on organic and local ingredients, is celebrating seven years in business. Founder and President Kristin Fraser Cotte is marking the occasion by extending the hours of its retail location on June 16 for a celebration that will take place from 5-7 p.m. The Grapeseed Co. promises product specials, samples, discounts, and more. Cotte opened the retail location at 201 W. Carrillo Street in Summer 2010 after six years of the company functioning solely as a wholesaler and online retailer. “We’ve been very pleased with how Santa Barbara has responded to our business expanding with the retail store,” she told The Daily Sound. “It’s been the perfect complement to our local, natural focus to sell the products we create by hand in SB with local ingredients straight to the public, as well as to our wholesale and spa-based clientele around the world.” Thursday also marks a milestone for Caribbean Coffee Company: its 25th anniver-

sary. When owner and founder John Goerke established the company in 1986, the coffee landscape was far different. He jokes that “Yuban was gourmet,” and a cup of coffee cost about 80 cents. While Caribbean started purely as a distributor, “hawking better quality coffee to offices,” according to Goerke, it wasn’t long before the company started roasting its own coffee. “When we started roasting in 1988, that represented the first time that coffee was roasted in Santa Barbara in decades,” Goerke said. Currently, Caribbean Coffee Co. roasts specialty coffee with its Spanish-crafted diagonal draft, gas-fired roaster at its headquarters in Old Town Goleta, 495 Pine Ave. Goerke in part attributes the company’s longevity to its flexibility in adapting to everchanging industry dynamics. However, at its core, Goerke says that Caribbean is about “high-quality specialty coffee at the wholesale level.” Caribbean Coffee Co.’s coffee is available for consumer purchase and at restaurants throughout the county and state; the company also provides coffee equipment, repair, and

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NEWS IN BRIEF

Lawmakers pass Calif. budget

SACRAMENTO (Reuters) – California lawmakers used old tricks of delaying payments and rosy revenue forecasts to help nominally close a $10 billion budget gap and meet their budget deadline for the first time in years. Democrats, who control both the state Senate and Assembly, took advantage of new rules to pass a budget package with a simple majority. They added some new revenue measures, including requiring Internet retailers like Amazon.com to collect sales tax, but stuck mostly to short-term measures. Governor Jerry Brown did not say if he would sign the legislation. It’s also uncertain how the Democrats’ budget may affect demands by Republicans for a spending cap and overhauls to the state’s pensions and regulations. Brown had hinted they could be part of a budget deal with him. But investors in the $2.9 trillion U.S. municipal debt market were likely expecting as much so the budget package should not be much of an issue for the state’s bondholders, Cohen said. The state constitution guarantees payments. Republicans, frozen out of the budget process after a breakdown in talks, groused that Democrats rushed through the package to avoid forfeiting pay if a midnight passed with no budget. Democrats stressed in speeches on the floors of both chambers that they had backed some $11 billion in spending cuts and other measures in March, expecting that doing so would persuade Republicans to compromise and support Brown’s plan for tax extensions. With Republicans balking at the extensions, Democrats said they had to press ahead with a budget plan of their own. California voters last year changed budget rules to allow lawmakers to approve a state budget by a simple majority – which Democrats have – so long as taxes are not raised.

Bruins break Stanley Cup drought

VANCOUVER (Reuters) – The Boston Bruins won the Stanley Cup for the first time in 39 years when they beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 in the seventh and deciding game on Wednesday. Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand each scored two goals for Boston while Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas completed his second shutout of the series. Boston defied the odds to win the title, winning four of the last five games after trailing 2-0. The first six games were all won by the home teams but the Bruins clinched the series by winning away. For Vancouver, the loss ended their dream of winning the Stanley Cup for the first time since they joined the NHL.

Casino in 2005, members were hopeful that Warner would retain its ambiance and club-like “feel.” They feared that heavy use by hotel guests would ruin an atmosphere that had prevailed since the 1930s. But the opposite is true, according to Westin and Reyner, who says that Warner won the OK from the county to make renovations by promising certain actions to the benefit of members, but that he has not followed through. Some Coral Casino members have alleged that since approval Warner has increased hotel guest use, prevented members from full use of the club, and used intimidation and economic coercion to attempt to stifle member objections to its practices. At the heart of the debate is Warner’s concession to build a separate entrance for hotel guests to use the new Tydes restaurant, rather than entering through the Coral Casino. After receiving approval, Warner built the entrance, but kept it locked, which forced hotel guests to enter through the main entrance and walk freely throughout the Club. County staff determined that Warner had only agreed to build the separate entrance, not that members needed to use it. “The separate entrance to the Tydes restaurant was constructed in compliance with project plans,” the county memo

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Coral Casino members want to keep the private swim and tennis club near Butterfly Beach in Montecito separate from Ty Warnerʼs Four Seasons Biltmore.

states. “However it is not used. The conditions of approval do not require use of a separate entrance by non-members.” Reyner doesn’t understand the county’s logic. He also strongly objected to the county’s conclusion that Warner is in compliance with the requirement that Coral Casino management meet regularly with the committee members. Reyner said the two sides do meet, but that the committee members are never involved in, or informed of, substantive matters.

The county report, he said, fails Coral Casino members. If you put that document (Westin’s letter) and put this one (county memo) next to it, one is not responsive to the other. He said staff has looked at the conditions for approval, but not the actual project description, environmental impact report, or the promises Warner made prior to approval. “Traditionally the applicant or the owner is supposed to live up to those representations, and that did not happen,” Reyner said.

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The Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Department arrested a man Wednesday in connection with a Goleta gas station robbery last weekend. Authorities arrested Carl Leon Vines at a home on the 4700 block of Frazier Lane in an unincorporated part of Santa Barbara County at 8 a.m. Wednesday. Vines is suspected of robbing a convenience store clerk at the Mobil Gas Station on the 4800 block of Hollister Avenue. Officers reported to the gas station around 10:50 p.m. June 11. The clerk said a man walked into the store and pointed a gun at him,

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What could I do? I yelled at her and I remember the day I became a sent her to her room. Naw, I’m kidfather. It wasn’t the day my oldest ding. I gave her a monster hug and daughter was born. I had only done put it in an exalted position, perched the easy part there. No, it happened a on the front of my desk. couple of months after that. I was writThe memory of my own father ing my first travel article – on golf in remains a powerful current in my Hawaii. It was a tough assignment I life. He showed me how to do things know, but I was a little concerned. We right and how to do things wrong. were at the Mauna Kea Resort Hotel He was a Marine who hated war, a on the Big Island and the property teacher who figured the best way management had sent a limousine to was to let me learn from my own take me to the golf course where I was MIKE failures and a highly intelligent man going to meet and play golf with the BOWKER who was a little bit crazy. What I general manager and the head golf remember most was that he was always in my professional. I was used to subcompact rental corner. cars and Taco Bells, so I was nervous. My dad made his share of mistakes, though, When the limo pulled up, I had my daughter, and I learned from some of them, but one of Kristine, who was about three months old, in the strongest memories I have of him was defimy arms. When I went to give her to her mothnitely not a mistake. When I was young, one of er, she threw up all over my shirt, shorts and my friends, who came from a conservative golf shoes. I felt a horror that I imagine was family, complained that the Civil Rights moveonly slightly less than that of Rep. Weiner’s ment in America was going too far. “Let me when he realized his Tweets had gone global. ask you,” my dad said gently to my friend. But right then, staring at the open limo door “Would you want to be an African-American?” and my redecorated shirt, I had to make the My friend, picturing the poverty that most of decision that ultimately awaits all men with the Black community was experiencing then, children. Do I wanna be a cool dude or a said, “No way.” My dad looked at him and father? Because it is a cold fact on this earth said, “Until you can say, ‘It doesn’t matter,’ that you cannot be both. Being a committed things aren’t where they need to be.” father means checking out of the ranks of cool I’ve never seen a statue in a park or a frontdudes. Baby throw-up on your new golf shirt is page story devoted to a man because he was a automatic expulsion. You are out of the society great father. I’ve seen them erected and written of the debonair. And so I made my choice. I on men who were great warriors and titans of laughed and got into the limo. The driver industry, both of which we clearly value more immediately shut the window between us. You than fatherhood. Too bad. Here are some stats couldn’t blame him. When I got to the course, that seem relevant. Nearly 90 percent of the GM and the pro looked at me, concern and inmates in America’s prisons were raised in puzzlement on their faces. I explained what families without fathers. More than 90 percent happened and to my relief, they both laughed. of homeless children have no fathers, and They were fathers. The pro clapped me on the fatherless children are four times more likely to back and gave me a new shirt from the shop. need help for emotional behavior problems. My daughters are grown up now, but they It may sound corny, but if I were the King of still live close and I am thankful every day that the Media, I would have great parents feted in I chose to be a father. I hate it when parents the news every day. It’s not easy being a good brag about their kids, so I won’t bore you with father. It’s hard to be James Bond with throwhow amazing, gorgeous and talented they are. I up on your shirt. But, being a positive part of a do remember one Father’s Day years ago, child’s life is worth more than well, anything. when my younger daughter, Michele, with big Michael Bowker writes a column every somber eyes, gave me one of her favorite Thursday for the Daily Sound stuffed animals as her Father’s Day Present.


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