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March 10, 1992
A 56-year-old woman whose Vista apartment was raided by sheriff's deputies who were looking for a previous tenant has filed a claim against San Diego County. Glafira L. Gutierrez, a native of Oaxaca, Mexico, has asked for more than $10,000 in damages after deputies obtained a search warrant and raided her home Sept. 12 while looking for a drug suspect who no longer lived there. The suspect had moved out before Gutierrez moved into the apartment with her husband and three of her 10 children.
November 30, 1986
Mr. Vince Janikas' Nov. 23 article, "The Faceless Wetback Is a Real Person," describing his friendship with an illegal alien from Oaxaca, Mexico, is a warm, insightful and well-written commentary on the true motivation that compels many Mexicans to leave their families, friends, country and culture: survival. The devaluation of the peso, the world oil glut, the country's debt to the International Monetary Fund and the astronomical yearly increase in inflation have made it more and more difficult for all Mexicans to feed, clothe and educate themselves.
October 13, 1991
Regarding "The Frida Kahlo Sweepstakes Winner Is . . ." (Film Clips, Sept. 29).: I was angered and saddened by producer Eduardo Russoff's statement that "it's not essential that a Mexican woman be cast in the lead because Frida was German-Jewish." This is incorrect. Her paternal grandparents were Hungarian Jews who migrated to Germany, where her father Wilhelm (Guillermo) was born. Her maternal grandparents were Spanish and Indian. Her mother, Matilde Calderon y Gonzalez, was born in Oaxaca, Mexico.
May 11, 1995 | ALICIA DI RADO
A UC Irvine anthropologist has been selected as a member of the National Academy of Sciences, university officials announced Wednesday. A. Kimball Romney, professor of social sciences and anthropology, is one of two anthropologists and one of about 60 scientists who were selected to join the academy this year.
December 12, 1986
An undocumented worker from Mexico on Wednesday was ordered to stand trial as an accessory to the murder of a 23-year-old Carlsbad engineer killed after an argument outside a Leucadia restaurant earlier this year. Ildefonso Perez Martinez was bound over for trial by Municipal Court Judge William Draper despite the failure of the prosecution's star witness to identify the man who allegedly accompanied the killer. Greg Nakatani, a General Dynamics engineer, was shot to death Sept.
August 23, 1992
The city has announced recipients of its Grants for the Arts program. The largest award, $19,500, went to the Pasadena Symphony Assn. for a free classical music concert. Individual artist fellowships at $5,000 each went to Heidi Adams, sculpture; Hector Aristizabel, theater; Gail Brown, photography; Mark DiMaccio, sculpture; Eleazar Hernandez, film; Nancy Monk, glass; Corrine Whitaker, photo collage; Pae White, painting, and Zoot, multi-disc.
February 7, 2014 | By Matt Stevens
A teenage girl in Madera, Calif., pleaded not guilty Thursday to killing her newborn. Investigators discovered the infant wrapped in a plastic bag under a bathroom sink. Authorities told the Fresno Bee that Gloria Mendoza Santos, 17, had arrived in Madera from Oaxaca, Mexico, just three days before going to a hospital last week. Doctors there discovered she was suffering from postpartum bleeding, but at the time she reportedly denied giving birth. Investigators searched her home and discovered the infant's body stuffed beneath a bathroom sink.
August 24, 2004 | Catherine Saillant, Times Staff Writer
Authorities were attempting Monday to identify a man found dead inside a burned Camarillo mobile home that was being used to store farm equipment for a nearby strawberry field. Firefighters discovered the body after fighting a blaze that had broken out in the trailer around 2 a.m. Sunday at 3450 Pleasant Valley Road, said Sgt. Paul Higgason of the Ventura County Sheriff's Department. Rescuers were able to enter the mobile home after about 15 minutes of battling the flames, Higgason said.
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