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December 3, 1987 | SANTIAGO O'DONNELL, Times Staff Writer
Raul Revilla came to the United States seven years ago in the boat lift from the Cuban port of Mariel. He figures he probably rubbed shoulders with some of the same prisoners in Atlanta now making daily headlines around the world. Today, Revilla, 72, is an opinion maker, the managing editor of La Voz Libre, one of two Cuban community newspapers in Los Angeles. It wasn't easy getting there, overcoming the stigma that all Marielitos carry, and the last thing he needed were the prison riots.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 3, 1987 | SANTIAGO O'DONNELL, Times Staff Writer
Raul Revilla came to the United States seven years ago in the boat lift from the Cuban port of Mariel. He figures he probably rubbed shoulders with some of the same prisoners in Atlanta now making daily headlines around the world. Today, Revilla, 72, is an opinion maker, the managing editor of La Voz Libre, one of two Cuban community newspapers in Los Angeles. It wasn't easy getting there, overcoming the stigma that all Marielitos carry, and the last thing he needed were the prison riots.
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August 25, 1989
Richard Rose of Torrance won the high school division of the Canadian National Judo Exhibition last week and placed third in the senior men's division of the international tournament, losing to the two finalists, who were considerably older. Rose, 17, a student at North High, will compete in a U.S. national tournament in Houston in three weeks. Deborah Kory of Rolling Hills Estates recently won two national titles at the U.S. Junior National Long Course Swimming Championships at Austin, Tex.
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