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April 10, 2003 | Hector Becerra, Times Staff Writer
Pallbearers pushed the coffin of Cpl. Jorge A. Gonzalez, 20, up the aisle of a simple Catholic church in Rialto on Wednesday as hundreds of mourners rose to sing "God Bless America" for the young Marine who was killed fighting for his country. His widow, Jazty, carried their infant son, Alonso, who was born weeks before his father was killed March 23 near Nasiriyah when Marines were ambushed by Iraqi soldiers dressed as civilians.
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April 10, 2003 | Hector Becerra, Times Staff Writer
Pallbearers pushed the coffin of Cpl. Jorge A. Gonzalez, 20, up the aisle of a simple Catholic church in Rialto on Wednesday as hundreds of mourners rose to sing "God Bless America" for the young Marine who was killed fighting for his country. His widow, Jazty, carried their infant son, Alonso, who was born weeks before his father was killed March 23 near Nasiriyah when Marines were ambushed by Iraqi soldiers dressed as civilians.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 2001 | HOLLY J. WOLCOTT
A 46-year-old Oxnard man was stabbed in the chest, allegedly by his father, during a family argument Saturday morning, police said. Jorge Gonzales was injured with a pocket knife shortly before 11 a.m. in the family's home in the 700 block of West Fir Avenue, said Oxnard Police Officer Dave Lacara. Gonzales was injured when he stood between his parents as they argued, believing his father was going to stab his mother, Lacara said. Gonzales was taken to St. John's Regional Medical Center.
SPORTS
November 25, 2000 | ED KITCHEN
Carpinteria 17, Nordhoff 8--Nick Kaiser had 121 yards in 25 carries, but the Rangers were unable to avenge an earlier loss to the Warriors in a quarterfinal at Carpinteria. Nordhoff (8-4) pulled to within 7-6 on a 39-yard touchdown run by Ian Campbell on the first play of the second quarter. But Carpinteria (6-5-1) pushed its lead to 10-6 on Ian Allen-Williams' 22-yard field goal in the second quarter, and to 17-6 on Jorge Gonzales' one-yard touchdown run early in the fourth quarter.
NEWS
August 19, 1985 | From a Times Staff Writer
A team of Mexican federal police intercepted a truck traveling between Tecate and Tijuana Saturday and seized nearly a ton of cocaine destined for the United States. Twelve people were arrested. "This is one of the largest (drug) seizures in the history of Mexico," federal police Commandant Jorge Gonzales Ortiz said in Tijuana Sunday. Gonzales was jubilant over the success of the operation. "It's a triumph for us fighting a war against drugs."
SPORTS
August 13, 1987 | EARL GUSTKEY
Kelcie Banks, the United States' world champion featherweight, drew a bout Wednesday for tonight's first session of the Pan American Games tournament. Banks, from Houston, will fight Marcos Cristofalo of Argentina. The only other member of the 12-boxer U.S. team boxing tonight will be national light-heavyweight champion Andrew Maynard, a soldier from Ft. Carson, Colo. He will box another Argentine, Oscar Gonzalez.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 11, 1993 | From Times Wire Services
A cheek blemish and stain on the back of a T-shirt were among key videotape images an expert restored to help police identify two men accused in the Reginald O. Denny beating trial, the expert testified on Friday. Leonid Rudin, director of research and development for Cognitech Inc., explained the technology of videotape for the jury considering the evidence against Damian Monroe Williams, 20, and Henry Keith Watson, 28.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 19, 1985 | a Times Staff Writer
A team of Mexican federal police swept down a on truck traveling between Tecate and Tijuana Saturday and seized nearly a ton of cocaine destined for the United States. Twelve persons were arrested. "This is one of the largest (drug) seizures in the history of Mexico," federal police Commandant Jorge Gonzales Ortiz said in Tijuana Sunday. Gonzales was jubilant over the success of the operation. "It's a triumph for us fighting a war against drug's."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 22, 1989
Anaheim police Friday announced the arrest of suspects in 2 alleged theft rings. One ring involved the theft of wallets and purses from hotel guests in the Disneyland area, and the other ring specialized in stealing computers, facsimile machines and cellular car phones. Lt. Jack Para, commander of Anaheim's property crimes bureau, said 3 men were arrested on suspicion of grand theft at the Anaheim Marriott hotel Friday after they had fled from the neighboring Anaheim Hilton and Towers, where employees had spotted them.
SPORTS
June 25, 1992
Rico Lagattuta had four hits and was the winning pitcher Wednesday to lead Westlake-Royal's American Legion baseball team to a 14-6 victory over Centralia, Wash., in the Sierra Nevada Classic at the University of Nevada in Reno. Lagattuta was four for five with four runs batted in. He relieved starter Tony Dellamano with none out, the bases loaded and the score tied, 2-2, in the second inning. He got out of the inning without allowing a run.
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