|Tuesday, April 20, 1999||
Volume 64, Issue 134
Charter School hopes for a new facility in 2000
Cougar Comics Online!
The UH Charter School of Technology held a benefit yard sale Saturday
to bring attention to the school's need for a new building.
I admire the aims of Amnesty International. We need organizations that
are looking out for the welfare of those who commit crimes when most of
the world doesn't really give a damn.
For movie-goers, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace is the
most eagerly awaited film in years. For major studios other than Fox, which
is releasing Phantom Menace, things are not looking very bright.
The Houston Cougars close out a very tough stretch of their schedule
tonight when they travel to College Station to take on the No. 5 ranked
Texas Aggies at Olsen Field. The first pitch will be thrown at 7:00.
One man's trash is another man's treasure
More than 200 decorated cars paraded through the streets of Downtown on Saturday at the 12th annual Art Car Parade.
(above) A Volkswagen Beetle captures the Y2K problem of the approaching millennium with computer disks and CDs.
(below) Parade participants waved and smiled at onlookers as they rode in their truck decorated with yard-sale items.
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April 22 1999