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LA OPINION HELPS IN THE REBUILDING OF LOS ANGELES

 LA OPINION HELPS IN THE REBUILDING OF LOS ANGELES
 LOS ANGELES, May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- In response to the recent riots


and La Opinion's special responsibility and place in Los Angeles and the Latino community, Jose I. Lozano has committed La Opinion to help in the rebuilding of Los Angeles, according to the newspaper.
 Department managers were asked to give their employees the opportunity to volunteer in this effort. In the last week, more than 40 La Opinion employees, including truck drivers using company vehicles, have assisted in sorting, distributing and transporting food at the various locations in the affected areas.
 La Opinion, in cooperation with the Los Angeles Times, The Sentinel, Korea Times and the Asian Journal, compiled, printed and distributed a multilingual list of agencies and organizations where individuals affected by the riots could find help, shelter and food.
 In addition, La Opinion is running a full-page daily ad urging looters to return their stolen goods to the Washington Boulevard warehouse, on a no questions-asked basis. The returned items have included TV sets, microwave ovens and car stereo equipment.
 As the voice of the Hispanic community for almost 66 years, La Opinion says it feels it must contribute to the healing process in accordance with its goal to serve the community. For more information contact Marti Buscaglia, 213-896-2020.
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 /CONTACT: Peter Rodriguez of La Opinion, 213-896-2140/ CO: La Opinion ST: California IN: PUB SU:


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