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August 30, 2009 | Juliette Funes
On a journey to make a documentary, film student Victor Lopez went to Mexico in 2000 to visit a great-aunt who ended up handing him items that were not just family mementos but a window into cultural history. The keepsakes exhibited how professional black-and-white photography in the Tepatitlan region of Jalisco was created by his uncle and father more than 70 years ago. Celia Gutierrez gave him a box with more than 150 photographs and negatives that her husband, Samuel, and Lopez's father, Herminio, took between the 1930s and 1950s.
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August 30, 2009 | Juliette Funes
On a journey to make a documentary, film student Victor Lopez went to Mexico in 2000 to visit a great-aunt who ended up handing him items that were not just family mementos but a window into cultural history. The keepsakes exhibited how professional black-and-white photography in the Tepatitlan region of Jalisco was created by his uncle and father more than 70 years ago. Celia Gutierrez gave him a box with more than 150 photographs and negatives that her husband, Samuel, and Lopez's father, Herminio, took between the 1930s and 1950s.
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SPORTS
September 12, 2013 | Times staff
SAUL "CANELO" ALVAREZ Pro career record: 42 Wins, 0 Losses, 1 Draw, 30 KOs; Year; date; opponent; result; 2013: April 20; Austin Trout; San Antonio; W 12; (Retained WBC light middleweight title; Won WBA Super World light middleweight title); 2012: Sept. 15; Josesito Lopez; Las Vegas; TKO 5; (Retained WBC light middleweight title); May 5; Shane Mosley; Las Vegas; W 12; (Retained WBC light middleweight title); 2011: Nov. 26; Kermit Cintron; Mexico City; TKO 5; (Retained WBC light middleweight title)
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 16, 1992
My name is Guillermo Sanchez. I am a proud Latino. I am 11. There are four people in my family. My parents are from Jalisco, Mexico. I would like to congratulate you on your wonderful job covering the violence in L.A. It must have been hard for you and your reporters. I could just imagine how it looked on the editorial floor. My practical solution to L.A.'s problem would be to talk to the people who are upset. We need to learn to respect each other and listen to each other.
NATIONAL
July 3, 2009 | TIMES WIRE REPORTS
Federal agents said they had busted a drug-trafficking ring that distributed methamphetamine and cocaine from Mexico and carried powerful weaponry. The raids resulted in the arrest of 31 people and the seizure of 23 guns, including a semiautomatic assault rifle, and 19 pounds of methamphetamine, a quarter-pound of cocaine, 22 vehicles and $60,000. Arnold R. Moorin, special agent in charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration's Seattle office, said the ring was directed by a cartel in Jalisco, Mexico.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 8, 2000
Santa Paula resident Aurelia A. Salas died Friday after a brief illness. She was 97. Salas was born June 16, 1903, in Jalisco, Mexico. She was a Ventura County resident for 61 years and worked as a packer for the Saticoy Lemon Assn. for 15 years before retiring. Salas is survived by two granddaughters, six step-grandsons and a step-granddaughter. A rosary will be held Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Stetler Mortuary in Santa Paula, with a funeral Mass on Wednesday at 10 a.m.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 6, 1994
A 17-year-old boy who was stabbed to death at a Malibu beach Tuesday morning has been identified as Abel Silva of Jalisco, Mexico. Sheriff's officials said Wednesday they were releasing his name because they have been unable to locate any relatives and hope that someone will now come forward. Silva, who officials said had been either visiting or seeking work in the United States, was attacked by six men at approximately 12:10 a.m. as he sat with a friend at Topanga State Beach.
NEWS
July 9, 1998 | Associated Press
A 76-year-old woman was arrested at the Otay Mesa port of entry after three pounds of heroin were found in her luggage, the U.S. Customs Service reported Wednesday. Maria de los Angeles Acosta-Carrillo of Jalisco, Mexico, arrived at the border Tuesday by bus, authorities said. After walking through a turnstile, she was routed to an inspector, who looked at her luggage with an X-ray machine. The inspector detected an unusual object, wrapped in duct tape, at the bottom of her bag.
TRAVEL
January 1, 2006
"THERE is a lovely shop named Casa de los Gatos in the old city of Puerto Vallarta. Among the wares: beaded art, cornhusk angels and handmade gauze children's clothing. Proprietor Eloise Sosa Sanchez is a one-woman shelter for the city's homeless cats." La Casa de los Gatos, Basilio Badillo, 220 Col. Emiliano Zapata, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico. BARBARA VAUGHAN Los Angeles * The inside scoop "WE hired New Zealand Encounters to plan and arrange our two-week trip.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 25, 1997
Jose Escobedo Perez of Saticoy, a retired mechanic, died Monday at a local hospital following a brief illness. He was 64. Perez was born March 18, 1933, in Jalisco, Mexico, and had lived in Ventura County for 36 years. He was a mechanic for 45 years, retiring in 1990 from Sanbuenaventura Lemon in Saticoy, and he was a coach with the Saticoy Soccer Club.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 12, 1996
About 50 students and several teachers gathered in front of Sierra Hall at Cal State Northridge on Thursday afternoon to express anger and frustration over the April 1 clubbing of two illegal immigrants by Riverside County sheriff's deputies in South El Monte. "It could have been anyone here," said Luis Marquez, 23, a Chicano studies major. "It could have been our parents."
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