SF Free Press Friday, November 11, 1994
5th Edition * Last updated at 10:48 p.m. on Fri. Nov 11, 1994 * San Francisco, CA

Newspaper management and union talks pick up pace

End may be in sight; still left on table are Teamsters and Newspaper Guild non-economic issues and wages for eight of nine unions
By Eric Brazil

Study shows Bay Area breast cancer rate is highest in the world

No cause found for high incidence among white women
By Jane Kay and John Flinn

U.S. Ambassador to Mexico denounces 187

Says law is threat to U.S.-Mexico relations, California industry
By Susan Ferriss

Best-selling Buddhist author accused of sexual abuse

$10 million civil suit filed in Santa Cruz by a woman who says Sogyal Rinpoche, author of the Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, "coerced" her into an intimate relationship

By Don Lattin

Election '94 post-mortem; plus: Complete S.F. results

More News

S.F. Juvenile Probation Chief Fred Jordan, fired by the mayor, vows to fight for his job; Macy's decides to bypass Chron-Ex during strike; 400 attend memorial service for electrocuted Teamster


Strike is no place for violence

Words & Wit

Herb Caen laments Willie Brown's demotion; Rob Morse apologizes to Dickens

Arts & Features

Guthman on Vampire; Kosman on Domingo; Is Berkeley Rep's Ott on her way to Minneapolis?; Cynthia Robins and the literary rock stars; plus Millman surfs the airwaves and a complete entertainment calendar

Sporting Gray

The Warriors prevail again, this time in Utah, 112-104. That, along with new columns from Scott Ostler, C.W. Nevius and Bruce Jenkins. And a weekend ski report, too.

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