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 Serial/Series Title: Mario Marcel Salas Papers
 Collection: Texas Cultures Online
[Letter from Roberto R. Anguiano to Media Outlets - October 28, 1974]

[Letter from Roberto R. Anguiano to Media Outlets - October 28, 1974]

Date: October 28, 1974
Creator: Anguiano, Roberto R.
Description: Letter from Roberto R. Anguiano, project coordinator at the Bilingual Bicultural Coalition on Mass Media. As an ally and close partner with the Black Coalition on Mass Media (BCMM), Anguiano has sent out a notice of an upcoming news conference held by the BCMM to discuss their reasons behind denying local San Antonio radio station - KAPE radio - a license renewal.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Letter from Bilger & Blair to William B. Ray - July 3, 1974]

[Letter from Bilger & Blair to William B. Ray - July 3, 1974]

Date: July 3, 1974
Creator: Bilger, Donald E. & Blair, Forbes W.
Description: Letter from Bilger & Blair, attorneys at law, to William B. Ray, chief of the complaints and compliance division of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Although only one page of the letter has been provided, it would appear that the attorneys are explaining a miscommunication that occurred between members of the Black Coalition on Mass Media and the KAPE radio sales manager - Franklin Collins. He did not provide a copy of a renewal application because he did not know it was available.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Letter from Nolan A. Bowie to Mario Marcel Salas - November 20, 1974]

[Letter from Nolan A. Bowie to Mario Marcel Salas - November 20, 1974]

Date: November 20, 1974
Creator: Bowie, Nolan A.
Description: Letter from Nolan A. Bowie to Mario Marcel Salas, president of the Black Coalition on Mass Media (BCMM). He writes to share his opinion on the dispute that developed between BCMM and KAPE radio, and as to whether or not the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) would consider his petition to deny the radio station a license renewal. He doesn't think it will go far, but encourages Mr. Salas to not give up.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Letter from Tommy Calvert to Jerry Moon - January 10, 1979]

[Letter from Tommy Calvert to Jerry Moon - January 10, 1979]

Date: January 10, 1979
Creator: Calvert, Tommy
Description: Letter from Tommy Calvert, research chairman of the Black Coalition on Mass Media (BCMM), to Jerry Moon, general manager of KAPE radio. He is sending the broadcasting station a few suggestions on how to best offer incentives to future employees who wish to remain in broadcasting.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Letter from Alfred Castellano, Edward R. Day, Keith L. Charlton to John Saunders - March 23, 1981]

[Letter from Alfred Castellano, Edward R. Day, Keith L. Charlton to John Saunders - March 23, 1981]

Date: March 23, 1981
Creator: Castellano, Alfred; Day, Edward R. & Charlton, Keith L., Jr.
Description: Letter from Alfred Castellano, Edward R. Day, and Keith L. Charlton Jr. to John Saunders at Organizations United for Eastside Development (OUED). The men are writing in response to a complaint filed by OUED concerning an unnamed indiscretion by an EMS Technician. They inform Mr. Saunders that proper action has been taken and that further recommendations were given to the Fire Chief.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Letter from Drew S. Days to OUED Members - August 29, 1979]

[Letter from Drew S. Days to OUED Members - August 29, 1979]

Date: August 29, 1979
Creator: Days, Drew S.
Description: Letter from Drew S. Days III, Assistant Attorney General of the Civil Rights Division, to John H. Sanders, Mario Marcel Salas, and Rick Green of Organizations United for Eastside Development (OUED). The letter is in reply to their allegation of fraud in the trial of Webb Boyd, whose murder was believed to have been racially motivated. Mr. Days assures them that correct action will be taken if their allegations are found to be true.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[History of Barbara Jordan Center by Rick Greene]

[History of Barbara Jordan Center by Rick Greene]

Date: unknown
Creator: Greene, Rick
Description: A short history of the Barbara Jordan Community Center project by Rick Greene. According to his testimony, the center came about under the leadership of Organizations United for Eastside Development, after an initial project failed to acquire necessary capital. The BJCC project was eventually able to raise over 1.15 million dollars to build its facilities.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Letter from S. Marcus Jahns to T. C. Calvert - June 15, 1979]

[Letter from S. Marcus Jahns to T. C. Calvert - June 15, 1979]

Date: June 15, 1979
Creator: Jahns, S. Marcus
Description: Letter from S. Marcus Jahns, director of Budget and Research Department, to T. C. Calvert of Organizations United for Eastside Development (OUED). The letter was sent a status report on a proposed government project, the Barbara Jordan Community Center. News include the reallocation of five hundred thousand dollars to the Center and an upcoming meeting with the project architect.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Letter from Finnis E. Jolly to Thomas E. Huebner - August 22, 1979]

[Letter from Finnis E. Jolly to Thomas E. Huebner - August 22, 1979]

Date: August 22, 1979
Creator: Jolly, Finnis E.
Description: Letter from Finnis E. Jolly, area manager of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, to Thomas E. Huebner, city manager of San Antonio. Jolly's letter is in response to some of Huebner's questions, as well as a reminder that funds given to the Barbara Jordan Community Center must be reimbursed because of its low priority; otherwise, Jolly will take the proper course of action.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[William B. Lloyd Jr. Paper on International Broadcasting]

[William B. Lloyd Jr. Paper on International Broadcasting]

Date: 1976~
Creator: Lloyd, William B., Jr.
Description: Typed two-page paper on international broadcasting as it stood in the late 1970's. Authored by William B. Lloyd, Jr., chairman of a Policy Committee associated with the United Nations, the paper discusses a monopoly of satellite broadcasting by the United States and other industrialized countries, and attempts to curb this hegemony by third world countries. Lloyd proposes a solution and discusses a way for it to begin.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
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