Volume XXIII Number 35 ~ September 3, 1999

FrontPage Stories

Southbay Juniors Come Out Winners in Taekwando Championships

Two Southbay youngsters, Veronica Garza and Alessandro Canto, went into the United States Junior National Taekwando Championships in Las Vegas in July, and came home with a Silver and Bronze Medals.

Nine-year-old Veronica Garza, a fourth grade student at Feaster-Edison Charter School in Chula Vista, and Alessandro Canto, also nine and a fourth grader at La Mirada Elementary School in San Ysidro, represented the State of California, in their age group, at the national championship tournament which attracted over 5,000 competitors from all fifty states and the District of Columbia.



Veronica Garza and Master Victor Beltran, Jr.

 

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Aguascalientes, Guanajuato, Ciudades con Bellezas Naturales
Por Maria Delgado

Foster Care Need May Rise As Welfare Rolls Drop
By Nell Bernstein

ABC News to Air a One-Hour Special, "Latin Beat," Focusing on
Recent Explosion of Latin Talent Across the Country

Political Notes; Year 2000

Noticias de Mexico

Stories

CSU San Marcos receives $3.6 Million Grant to Support Research

Thomas Jefferson School of Law Professor Honored for
Dedication to Hispanic Community

From the `60s to the 60s: Substance Abuse and the Aging Baby Boomer
UC NEWS SERVICE

FAD DIETS: Negatives outweigh positives

Paradise Valley Hospital Using State-of-the-art Patient Monitoring System

New Spanish-Language Soap Opera Educates on Early Detection of
Breast and Cervical Cancer

Leo Burnett Afila la Publicidad Hispana con el Lanzamiento de Lápiz

Sharp Electronics Inaugura Una Planta De Fabricación En México

HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH
Celebrations and Events on Tap for the Upcoming Week

Community Notes:

Pueblo Corporation Hace Posible la Llegada de la Imagen Sagrada de
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe

Encienda Una Vela
Padre Thomas J. McSweeney
Seamos Pacientes Con Dios

Hispanic Radio Network/La Red Hispana
Por Javier Sierra
La Industria Mundial de los Pesticidas Exportan la Muerte a los Países del Tercer Mundo

Editorials

Opinion:
Mission Impossible for California Schools

By Gwynne Coburn

Comentario
La Historia Juzgará a Fidel Castro
Por Antonio Santiago y Rita Montaner

El Foro .... The Public Forum



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

`The Border' Discovers There is More on the Line Than
Drug Smuggling and Illegal Immigration

Calendar of Events:
By Berenice Cisneros

San Diego State Football Takes on South Florida in Season Opener

San Diego Flash Clinches Second Division Title

BULLFIGHT WORLD
By Lyn Sherwood
Spanish Matador Gored in Tijuana

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