Volume XXIII Number 29 ~ July 23, 1999

FrontPage Stories

Logan Elementary Students 1999 Way to Happiness Winners. Eleven students from Logan Elementary School’s Journalism program, taught by Karen Koehler, were winners of this year’s “Creating a Better World” Essay and Poster Contest, an annual program of “The Way to Happiness” Foundation. The essay and poster contest promotes trust, honesty and the Golden rule using the Way to Happiness book written by author and humanitarian, L. Ron Hubbard.
The Winners of the Essay Contest were in 8-9 year old: Gabriel Ortiz - First place, Mary Lou Ventura - 2nd place, Jaz Henderson - honorable mention. 5-7 year old: Matthew J. Hutton - 3rd place, Dylan Nunez - 5th place, Tiffany Manichanh - honorable mention.
The Winners of the Poster Contest were 8-9 year old: Ivan Sandoval - 2nd place, Ismael Gonzaga - 4th place. 5-7 year old: Angelica Castaneda - 3rd place, Ciji Tate - 4th place, and Zaira Diaz - honorable mention.
Pictured from left to right: Gabriel Ortiz, MaryLou Ventura, Zaira Diaz, Ciji Tate, Angelica Castaneda, Jaz Henderson, teacher Karen Koehler.

Caldera Challenges Youth to Serve
Army Secretary Lauds LULAC for 70 years of "Fighting the Fight"

Story Submitted by Lt. Col David B. Stockwell

President Clinton Issues a Call to Action to the American Legal Community

Mixing Oil and Water in Mexico
By Jesus Martinez

Alejandro Sanchez Named Recipient of fellowship in
Academic Medicine for Minority Students

Hearings in Lawsuit Against U.S. Focus on Attempts to Kill Fidel Castro
By Anita Snow

Notas Politicas:
By Daniel H. Muñoz

Noticias de Mexico


TV Executives Grilled On Fall's Heavily White Series
By Lynn Elber

Antonia Hernández de MALDEF Usa el Camino Legal Para Mejorar
la Vida de la Juventud Latina
Por Nilda Rivera Weglarz

Arrest Warrant Issued For Gloria Trevi; Lawyer Says She'll Flee To Brazil
The Associated Press

Cuomo Announces $42.2 Million in Economic Development Assistance
Including $3.5 Million for San Diego

Thomas Jefferson School of Law Awards Degree to Michele Castillo

SDSU Brokers Means to Provide Community College Students Improved Access

Hispanic Association of Communications Employees of SBC to Award
$7,500 in Scholarships

Energy, Transportation and Trade Opportunities

La Presidenta de DIF Tijuana Anuncia El Anteproyecto de Construcción
de Una Escuela Para Invidentes

Hispanic Radio Network/La Red Hispana
Por Javier Sierra
Justos Pagarán Por Pecadores

In Memorium
Fred Gruenhage


Assembly Speaker Villaraigosa Disrespects La Gente de San Diego

Surrounding Communities to Carry Brunt of Negative Impact

of a Downtown Ballpark
By Remigia Bermúdez

Se Habla Politics

By Domenico Maceri, PhD

Access to a driver's license affects all

By M. Gloria Hernandez

El Foro Público...
....The Public Forum

Tezozomoc Speaks...

Etc. Etc. Etc.
Sporting news, reviews and other tid bits

Baja California Artist Premiers U.S. Exhibition

El Difícil Camino de la Adolescencia a la Madurez Atraviesa Fronteras
Geográficas y Epocas Políticas en La Doble Vida de Ernesto Gomez Gomez

Calendar of Events:
By Berenice Cisneros

Exitosas Finales del 19º Festival de la Canción

El "French Touch" a la Conquista de Hollywood

Bullfight World...
by Lyn Sherwood
Weak Bulls Make a Dull Corrida

Tijuana's Erik Morales Undefeated WBC Super Bantamweight Champion
Returns Home

Local Girl's Soccer Team Goes to National Tournament
Only Team West of the Mississippi Competing

17-Year-Old Serena Williams to Make Her San Diego Debut at
TIG Tennis Classic

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