The Press: Cartoons in Chile

Jorge ("Coke") Délano is a peppery, jovial, chunky Latin of 47, whose chief claim to distinction is not that he is a distant cousin of Franklin Delano Roosevelt* but that he is founder-owner-publisher-editor and No. 1 caricaturist of one of South America's most engrossing magazines.

His Topaze, a splashy red-&-black-ink 5¢ weekly, printed in Délano's native Santiago, Chile, is small (7¼ in. by 10¼ in.) and devoted largely to political cartoons. As a true barometer of Chile's political trends and moods, it invariably finds its way each week to the U.S. State Department,...

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