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December 14, 1990 | RUSSELL BEN-ALI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Victoria Montemayor was a 17-year-old manager trainee in 1984 when police barred her from entering her job at a McDonald's here where a crazed gunman was killing her co-workers and their customers. Brushing tears from her cheeks, Montemayor, now 24, moved her camera Thursday through a crowd of 200 people outside Southwestern College for the dedication of a long-awaited monument to the slain. A student journalist at Southwestern College, she was assigned to cover the event.
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April 28, 1992 | SEBASTIAN ROTELLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Guard dogs bark all night in the urban borderland where a teen-ager last week allegedly shot and killed an illegal immigrant from Mexico for running through his back yard. Houses on narrow lots in this subdivision about a mile from the U.S-Mexico border bristle with window bars and tall fences. The pavement is scarred by skid marks left from the squealing tires of Border Patrol vehicles.
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April 28, 1992 | SEBASTIAN ROTELLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Guard dogs bark all night in the urban borderland where a teen-ager last week allegedly shot and killed an illegal immigrant from Mexico for running through his back yard. Houses on narrow lots in this subdivision about a mile from the U.S-Mexico border bristle with window bars and tall fences. The pavement is scarred by skid marks left from the squealing tires of Border Patrol vehicles.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 14, 1990 | RUSSELL BEN-ALI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Victoria Montemayor was a 17-year-old manager trainee in 1984 when police barred her from entering her job at a McDonald's here where a crazed gunman was killing her co-workers and their customers. Brushing tears from her cheeks, Montemayor, now 24, moved her camera Thursday through a crowd of 200 people outside Southwestern College for the dedication of a long-awaited monument to the slain. A student journalist at Southwestern College, she was assigned to cover the event.
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April 4, 2004
Belgium: Garden views Royal Stewart Bed & Breakfast, 25-27 Genthof 8000, Bruges; 011-32-50-33-79-18, www.bruges.be/verblijf/en/stewe.htm "A multilingual couple who take cleanliness very seriously offer three rooms above their antiques store. Two rooms overlook a garden courtyard. The B&B is a 20-minute walk to the train station." Doubles from $69 with breakfast. Joy Mosse Beverly Hills Mexico: Whale tour Andiamo Tour Mexico, 482 W. San Ysidro Blvd., San Ysidro, CA 92173, (800) 661-1325, www.
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June 30, 1987
El Servicio de Inmigracion y Naturalizacion (INS) ha dispuesto un numero telefonico gratis --1-800-777-7700--con mensajes grabados en ingles y en espanol sobre los requerimientos basicos de la ley de inmigracion. Hay siete categorias principales de informacion: Informacion general. Informacion sobre el programa de amnistia. Ubicacion de las principales oficinas de legalizacion del INS. Informacion sobre la solicitud de residencia permanente para los ciudadanos cubanos o haitianos.
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April 14, 1996 | HILLARY HAUSER, Hauser is a freelance writer living in Summerland
Sitting in the seaside restaurant at the La Fonda Hotel, surrounded by the sounds of Spanish, guitar music and heavy surf, my old friend Joni Stauffer and I talked about the magic. Just a few hours after leaving home we were in a foreign land. No airport hassles, no cramped airplane seats--we simply threw my two schipperkes, Minke and Buster, and some clothes into the back seat of my old van and we were off. The drive from Santa Barbara had been easy. We'd left at 8 a.m., got through L.A.
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November 11, 2001 | ROB DUNTON
On Labor Day weekend I had the good fortune to find myself aboard the Paradox, a 43-foot cabin cruiser, for an excursion to La Bufadora, on the Pacific coast of Baja California about 90 miles south of Tijuana. We motored all night from San Diego under starry skies and watched invisible fish cut phosphorescent trails in the water as they raced from our bow.
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