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Councilman Criticizes Chief Over Views Toward Latinos

January 29, 2010 |  8:00 am

 Jan. 29, 1960, Brenda Starr

“Those Telegrams Were Fake.”

image Jan. 29, 1960, Parker
Councilman Edward R. Roybal criticizes Police Chief William H. Parker over the alleged statement at a Jan. 26, 1960, civil rights hearing: "Some of these people [Mexican Americans] have been here since before we were but some of them aren't far removed from the wild tribes of Mexico."

Jan. 29, 1960, Gallup Poll

Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) leads Democratic contenders in the 1960 presidential race with 32%. Vice President Richard Nixon has 84% among possible Republican candidates.

Jan. 29, 1960, Dicterow

Jan. 29, 1960, Dicterow

Jan. 29, 1960, Sports

Dallas is getting an NFL team, followed by Minneapolis-St. Paul next year.  
Jan. 29, 1960: "If Glenn Dicterow, 10, ever realizes his ambition to be a catcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, the music world will lose a crack violinist," The Times says.