SF Free Press - News index - Nov 12, 1994
Weekend, Nov. 12-13, 1994

The scarf that split a nation

Expulsion of hijab-wearing Muslim students leads to unlikely allies and enemies in France
By Frank Viviano

California's minority voters play the field

Deep political divisions in Latino, black and Asian communities seen as factor in passage of controversial Proposition 187
By Ramon G. McLeod

Looking Inside

If Willie Brown loses, S.F. loses
By Jane Ganahl and Barbara Taylor

Anti-crime mood fails to pass jail bond measure

Problem of overcrowded jails in S.F. remains with defeat of Prop. A
By Jim Doyle

Survivors have one more mountain to climb

Women who've beaten back breast cancer hope to raise money by conquering 23,085-foot peak in South America
By John Flinn

Newspaper strike generates more 'home for sale' signs

With Chron-Ex hard to find, real estate agents boost 'A-frames' ads
By Corrie M. Anders

S.F. OKs controversial condo project on Telegraph Hill

Neighbors complain 16,000-square-foot building would set precedent for development of scenic hill
By Gerald D. Adams

Striking Examiner, Chronicle reporters win achievement awards

Annual ceremony brings Examiner union members, bosses together for the first time since strike began -- but they sat at different tables; Chronicle management didn't attend

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