Volume XXII Number 21 ~ May 29, 1998


 

Front Page Stories

PREVIEWING THE WORLD CUP

French pledge tight World Cup security, but danger lingers

By Ian Phillips
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

PARIS - The World Cup's huge global television audience offers a prime stage for terrorists. And then there's the prospect of hooligans running riot.

Still, France thinks it can provide enough of a deterrent to make the June 10-July 12 soccer extravaganza less inviting. To continue, click on the link.


México sufre otra goleada, esta vez ante el... Wolfsburg

Scoring goals is a passion for Argentina's ``Batigol''
By Vincente Panetta

Promising more offense, Drillos goes to France with additional versatility
By Stephan Nasstrom

Laudrup brothers lead revival, hope for return of Euro '92 glory
By Stephan Nasstrom

Hagi has matured, yet not ready to head for Carpathians


New Report Finds 2.3 Million Latinos Registered to Vote for the June 1998 California Primary

 

Noticias de Mexico

 

 

Stories

Mi Casa es tu Casa/My House is Your House

 

City Schools Teaching Children That Dinner is a `Family Affair'

 

Graduating Seniors Honored

George A. Ramirez Named Senior Vice President At Union Bank of California

 

Community Notes:

Hispanic Radio Network/La Red Hispana
El "Hablador de la Casa" Necesita Necesita Secretario de Prensa Bilingüe
Por Javier Sierra

 

Editorials


Editorial:
ELECTION VOTERS GUIDE/ GUIA PARA VOTAR

Opinion: The Initiative Has No Clothes
By Ashley E. Phillips


Opinion: Hispanic Association of Colleges and University Oppose Proposition 227

 

Tezozomoc Speaks

 

El Foro ... Public Forum

Un Minuto Con El Obispo Gilberto E. Chavez
Todos Tenemos Hambre

 

Etc. Etc. Etc.

Sporting news, reviews and other tid bits

At The Movies: `Hope Floats'
By Bob Thomas

 

Calendar of Events.....

 

Bullfight World
Donny Brook in the Afternoon

By Lyn Sherwood

Controversial Omission From Mexico World Cup Team Signs With MLS
By Brian Trusdell

Flash Looks to Build on Win and Go Above .500

[ Return to Home Page ] [ Back Issues ] [ The Plaza ] [ La Prensa History ]