Volume XXII Number 47 ~ November 27, 1998


Front Page Stories


National City Officers to Issue "Tickets" For Good Deeds

Youngsters caught in the act get free Slurpees

Police Service Officer, Gilbert Sarmiento, joins National City children while they enjoy a free slurpee.

National City — Kids in National City may actually look forward to their next encounter with a National City police officer, thanks to a program developed by 7-Eleven that rewards positive behavior with a very cool treat. For the Rest of the Story Click on this Link

More Hispanics Calling Tennessee Home
By Hannah Wolfson

Obituaries For California Republican Partry Are Premature

By Doug Willis

CHC Members and OPM Director Announce Plan to Improve Representation of
Hispanics in Federal Government

Noticias de Mexico


Iniciativa Contra Fraudes de Migración

DA Seeks Victims of Insurance Scam

House Republicans Call For Abandonment of Term Limits

Para los Hispanos, una Receta para una Vida Más Saludable

Por la Dra. Elena Ríos

Port of San Diego and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Announce Historic Environmental Pact

Members Sought For General Obligation Bond Independent Citizens Oversight

Los Estudiantes Hispanos de Escuelas Secundarias Están Invitados al Noveno
Concurso Anual de Posters Organizado por The Christophers

Young Latino Artists Share Talent with Holiday Drawings

Community Notes:

Encienda una Vela
Padre Thomas J. McSweeney, Director de The Christophers
Verdaderas Portadoras de Cristo


Philippines Signals U.S.: It Wants Military Back

El Foro ... The Public Forum

Etc. Etc. Etc.

Sporting news, reviews and other tid bits

Ritmo Latino
400-Year-Old Music Returns to the Catholic Church

A&E Network World Premiere Presentation: American Justice: Selena: Murder of
a Star

Calendar of Events
By Berenice Cisneros

Aztecs Tabbed for Las Vegas Bowl

Notas del Cuadrilátero

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