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July 8, 1995 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jose Lozano began designing paper dolls six years ago at the request of Vanessa, Amelia and Ileana, his preteen nieces who coveted the cutouts they saw at Sav-On. "They wanted Madonna, so I did that," the Fullerton artist said. "I'd spend hours with them, drawing them stuff." But soon, toys became art. Lozano turned to family, friends and the Latino community he lives in to create "sociological portraits."
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April 25, 2003 | From Associated Press
King Juan Carlos of Spain presented novelist Jose Jimenez Lozano with the Cervantes prize for 2002, Spanish literature's most respected award. Author of some 15 books and as many essays, Jimenez Lozano, 72, is known for his portrayals of spiritual and religious themes and characters caught up in unjust and painful situations.
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April 25, 2003 | From Associated Press
King Juan Carlos of Spain presented novelist Jose Jimenez Lozano with the Cervantes prize for 2002, Spanish literature's most respected award. Author of some 15 books and as many essays, Jimenez Lozano, 72, is known for his portrayals of spiritual and religious themes and characters caught up in unjust and painful situations.
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July 8, 1995 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jose Lozano began designing paper dolls six years ago at the request of Vanessa, Amelia and Ileana, his preteen nieces who coveted the cutouts they saw at Sav-On. "They wanted Madonna, so I did that," the Fullerton artist said. "I'd spend hours with them, drawing them stuff." But soon, toys became art. Lozano turned to family, friends and the Latino community he lives in to create "sociological portraits."
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December 5, 1987 | LYNN SMITH, Times Staff Writer
Nacho Lozano is coming home. Every morning for the past 30 years he has left Lido Isle for Los Angeles, where he published La Opinion--the oldest and largest Spanish-language newspaper in the nation--and where he sits on the boards of some of the city's most prestigious corporate, cultural and philanthropic institutions: Bank of America, the Walt Disney Company, California Community Foundation, KCET and National Public Radio. For a brief nine months in 1976, Lozano was U.S.
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June 23, 1988
More than 100 student leaders from Southern California high schools will attend the weeklong 11th annual Youth Citizenship Seminar at Pepperdine University, beginning Monday Several speakers will give talks on a variety of economic, legal and political topics. Jose Lozano, publisher of "La Opinion," Robert Vernon, assistant chief of police, and David Davenport, Pepperdine president, are among those scheduled to address the students. Television news commentator Bruce Herschensohn and former U.S.
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November 4, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
Police are searching for a driver who left the scene of an accident Tuesday after running over and seriously injuring a 2-year-old boy, authorities said. The child, Jose Lozano, scampered from his mother in a parking lot near Gage and Wilmington avenues when he ran into a moving minivan, said Huntington Park Police Lt. Carl Heintz. The boy was run over by the car's rear wheels, Heintz said. The boy is recovering from internal injuries at a hospital.
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January 27, 1995
Seeking to improve the living standard of Los Angeles County's burgeoning Latino population, a coalition of businesses and community leaders announced the kickoff Thursday of a two-year public information campaign to educate Spanish-speaking families on such topics as preventive health care, family finances and educational opportunities.
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August 26, 1991 | CHRISTOPHER PUMMER
Three Oxnard men were arrested on weapons charges following a brawl in a South Oxnard Boulevard restaurant that sent a cook who intervened to the hospital with a head wound, authorities said. Daniel Rodriquez Lopez, 19; Jose Jaime Garcia, 21, and Jorge Valencia Orozco, 21, were arrested by officers responding to a report at 10:12 p.m. Saturday of a fight at Super Antojitos Restaurant.
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December 5, 1987 | LYNN SMITH, Times Staff Writer
Nacho Lozano is coming home. Every morning for the past 30 years he has left Lido Isle for Los Angeles, where he published La Opinion--the oldest and largest Spanish-language newspaper in the nation--and where he sits on the boards of some of the city's most prestigious corporate, cultural and philanthropic institutions: Bank of America, the Walt Disney Company, California Community Foundation, KCET and National Public Radio. For a brief nine months in 1976, Lozano was U.S.
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September 17, 1986 | GEORGE RAMOS
On the 60th anniversary of the Spanish language daily newspaper's founding, Jose Ignacio Lozano, grandson of the founder of La Opinion, was named publisher of the Los Angeles paper on Tuesday. The appointment of the 32-year-old Lozano, who has been assistant publisher for 10 years, was announced by his father, Ignacio E. Lozano Jr., who has held the publisher's post since 1953.
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February 25, 1989
Police on Friday were investigating the fatal shooting of one man and the critical wounding of another as they sat in a parked car. The dead man was identified as Juan Ojeda, 20. The wounded man, Jose Luis Lozano, 18, of Orange, was listed in critical condition at Fountain Valley Regional Hospital and Medical Center. The shooting occurred at 7:30 p.m. Thursday as the men sat in a white Chevrolet Caprice in the 300 block of East Adams Street, Santa Ana police spokesman Cliff Seward said.
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