Volume XXII Number 51 ~ December 24, 1998


Front Page Stories

Feliz Navidad

Merry Christmas

From all of us at La Prensa San Diego.

Pictured Clockwise from upper left: Daniel Munoz, Sr., Berenice Cisneros, Maria Delgado, Francisco Zavala, Daniel Munoz, Jr., Rocio Bobadilla, Mario Armenta, Santa's helper Ivan Martinez, Jose Diaz, Irma Ochoa, and Tony Diaz. Not pictured: J. Fred Sidhu, Ann Cleaves, and Lynn Sherwood.

Christmas 1998
President Bill Clinton

Democratic Governor Could Bring New Outlook On Bilingual Education
By Michelle Locke

Unauthorized Immigrant Workers Up 34 Percent In California Agriculture,
According To A New Report
UC Newswire Service

Noticias de Mexico


LULAC Brings Christmas Joy to Southbay Communities
By Daniel Munoz

Encienda una Vela
Padre Thomas J. McSweeney, Director de The Christophers
Los Reyes Magos y los Niños Hispanos

Christmas Carols: Beautiful in English or Spanish

T.B. Penick Completes Design/Build Services on $1 Million St. Anthony de Padua
Catholic Church in National City

AHAA Teams With Ad Age for First-Ever Hispanic Creative Advertising Awards

More than 400 aspiring authors will descend on San Diego for the 15th annual
SDSU's Writers Conference

Episcopal Community Services Battered Women's Shelter Announces Capital
Campaign, First Major Contribution From Pacific Bell

American General Life and Accident Insurance Company Offers American General
Character Stars Scholarship

Ford Reaches Out to Hispanic Consumers With New Web Page
Includes Educational/Scholarship Links

Deadline Nears for San Diego Foundation for Change Grant Proposals

San Francisco Giants and KNBR 68 Announce New Partnership With Hispanic
Sports Marketing

Making New Year's Resolutions You Can Stick With


Merry Christmas

Tezozomoc Speaks

Etc. Etc. Etc.

Sporting news, reviews and other tid bits

At The Movies: "The Prince of Egypt"
By Malcolm Ritter

Aztecs Let Las Vegas Bowl Blow Away, 20-13

19 Equipos Pugnan por Estar en la Super Bowl XXXIII; Cuatro Títulos de División
y Cinco Puestos de Playoff Pueden Confirmarse Esta Semana

Mexico Defeats Argentina, 3-2 in Buenos Aires to Become Final Qualifier for 1999
FIFA Women's World Cup

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