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West side recorder, April, 1967

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West side recorder, April, 1967
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&PT& 1967
Page Two
THE fl EC OB-BE*
WIST SIDE RKWp
Sponsored by Wesi'SM&j/; Improvement Association
Office: 768 Santa Fe Drive Phone 244-3301
Editor: Rachel Guedea
Staff Reporters:
Rose Gomez, Iris Hewiings Margdt Serumgard, Mildred Jordan/Juanita Winterhalder, Mary Qicivez; '
7£o(ed
^Mattie^ and Helen- Cochran, 242 Cherokee Street, enjoyed Sunday dinner with the Cliff Cochranes in Arvada. The Earle Cochran family were also dinner guests.
Mrs. Helen Burke, 226 Cherokee Street, was visited by Mrs. Fem Watts of Los Angeles, California.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Winter-holder : and :-family, -226 West 3rd Avenue'/ enjoyed spring vacation with a visit to Disneyland, Grand' Canyon and other points of interest
Miss Diane Haro, 233 West 3rd Avenue, hers a cast on her handfor the healing of a broken finger.
I MU. and Mrs. Ernest Conway, formerly of 1430 Lipan Street, now residing at .200 South rarydnt Cfcreet. have'!announced that their daughter Lorraine, age 4 years, is recovering from surgery January 26th.
Mrs. Flora Fenton is felling her home ori. the West Side; She plans, to go on ah extended visit to Kentucky, after which she will make her home with her daughter in California.
: Mrs. Everett Dobson is in Luke'sHospital for. eye surgery. We wish her a quick recovery.
they cannot be excreted by the body.
7. Are fresh foods a better source of vitamins aha minerals than processed foods?
No. In general, there is little diference between fresh and processed foods. Modem processing methods preserve vita-min/and. mineral values or Te-stopl them/ For/example, canned-;and frozen fruits and Vegetables are quickly processed at their nutritional peak. Flour, bread, milk, and margarine, are nutritionally improved with added yitarhins J and minerals.
8. Axe certain types of labeling and advertising for vita-min and mineral preparations
Recently ..visiting with their prohibited? parents,.. Rev: and Mrs A. J. Th^ Food-arid Drug Ad-
Blomquist of the Fust Avenue ^inisf/tion cooperates close-Presbyterian Church havej,v w*;h the Federal Trade been Joel Blomqmst, Sterling cdrmhissiori its'control over
Local Boy Home
College, Kansas, and Mr. and Mrh John Blomquist from their Work, ori the Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico^
Mrs. Ella Horan of 1362 Kal-amath had as house guests her niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Evans and five children of Elks Grove Village, liiinois. They were here during
Easter Holidays. {(those found in foods) better
than "synthetic" Vitamins (vi-
SOME QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT VTIAMINS AND DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS
1. What are dietary supplements?
Dietary, supplements are intended to supply one tit more essential food nutrients to an individual's diet. The most familiar dietary supplements are multi-vitamin and vitamin-mineral preparations. These products are sold as tablets, capsules, pills, wafers, powders, or liquids.
2. Are "natural" vitamins
the claims made in labeling arid advertising, vitamin and mineral preparations. Manufacturers of these products, for example,cannot claim that they reside food, tajke the place of sleep or rest, ease tension, restore youth, grow, hair, restore sexual powers, build muscles, curb appetites, pi; cure serious diseases.
Mr. and Mrs. John Torres, 1072 Decatur, former West Srd-ers, welcomed trier son Pfc. Jimmy Torres back from Vietnam recently He is home on a 30 day leave from the Army.
Dept, of Employment ^ Appoints Son of Local Couple > 4
The Colorado Department of Employment, employs two fulltime Minority Group Specialists to. insure, against racial discrimination by any Department employee while carrying out his duties and responsibilities for. the Department, and to explain Department policies, programs, and available Services to individuals who are members of minority groups; |
The Minority Group Specialists may be reached Monday through Friday (except holidays) from 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m., in Room 361, 1210 Sherman St., Denver. Since both men frequently are out of the office on business, arrangements for appointments may be made by telephoning 222-1551.
t .... j j Tr. Mr. Ernest Martinez, one of
Jimmy was wounded m Viet-1.
||gl iq ^ u to speciallsts' 13 a <3raduate
j of West High School. His par-
Women's Job Corps Needs More Girls
riam on February 18. and then flown to a hospital; in Japan. He was then transferred to the Ft. Sam Houston Hospital in Houston, Texas, for treatment of his first/ second', and third degree bums.
Jimmy attended West High School and played bass with the "Question Marks," with whom he was known as"Squir-rel."
( ents Mr. and Mrs. Candida i Martinez, reside at 665 Delaware St.
Mrs. Matt Walker of 669 Inca entertained friend's at a birthday luncheon at her home in honor of her cousin Esther Sulr livan.
Mrs. May Day of. 138 West 1st Avenue was entertained at Mrs; Esther Sullvan's, home at 282 Inca on St. Patrick's Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vasguez of ,123,9 Lipan Street have just .received word from their son Ronald that his warrant has been issued and he is now a Sergeant in the U. S. Marine Corps. He is stationed at Camp Pendleton, California.
Mr. Alphonzo Martinez of 1378 Mariposa has jusf-ifepbrt-ed that his wife wgs'Opererted on at St Luke^s Hospitcff -on March 29th. She, hopes that she will be home in a few days.
Mrs. Ida Bear of 924 West 10th Avenue is doing very nicely after her illness. She hopes to return home soon. She 'Is in the Park View Nursing Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Glypin of 1253 NKalamath had Easter dinner with their daughter,. Mrs. Betty Dady and family.
tamins manufactured In the laboratory)?
No. All vitamins are specific chemical compounds. ... They have tiie same composition and have the same effect.on the body whether they are produced synthetically in a laboratory or- derived from natural sources.
A campaign to recruit 100 girls between 16 and 21 who are out of work and out of
school for training in the Eat The Leaves
Womens Job Corps is being
conducted. It is directed by Dont eat the leaves of rhu-WICS (Women in Community barb. The succulent stalks are Service > the volunteer recruit- excellent for sauces and pies, ing organization, according to The .leaves, however, are poi-Mrs. Lucille Clannin, Project sonous. Accordng of the U.S. Director of WICS. Department of Agriculture, rhu-
Girls desiring to join tile Job barb leaves Contain amounts of Corps may write WICS head- oxalic: acid .and of. oxalates quarters in Denver, 507. Uni-, sometimes gTeat enough ,to versity Bldg/ Denver, Colorado cause the fatal; poisoning- of 80202. or call 623-4349; v those who eat them.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chaney of. 538 Kalamatri just returned from a trip to Salt, Lake City to visit Mends. From there they went to Las Vegas for a few days.
who eat enough different foods i present. Because of an unusu-do not need to worry about \ ally long business meeting
nutritional deficiencies. Some persons with specal medical needs may require dietary supplements.
4 Does wom-out soil affect the nutritive value of goods produced on it?
planning for future club activities, there-was nov specigl program for that afternoon. However, on Tuesday, March 14th, a group of | seven members of the club spent the afternoon at the: Historical Museum.
The second bimonthly meet-
Lincoln Park Senior Citizen
Green table decorations and Soopers/ Iric:, were; Mrs. Lyim 3. Is it true that no one gets' green aprons on the acting Bradley, Mrs.Dagmar Chnstidri-enough vitamins and minerals! hostesses, Mrs. CTara Vaneiel, sen, Mrs.- Ixxura Gregory, Mrs. and therefore everyone needs) 1426 Osage/ arid'Miss Anna Grace Musgrove, Mrs. Elsa to take dietary supplements? j Mims, 1428 Osage, gave : ar St Gruen, Miss Jill Bradley, and No. Diseases caused by vi-! Patrick's Day atmosphere to Mrs. Helen Johnson- Serving tarn in and' mineral deficiencies I the March 17th luncheon of. the ta the dining room were. Mrs. are extremely rare in the United j Lincoln Park Senior Ctiizen s Elsie Lilienthal, Mrs. Sue Won-States. Persons in good health)Club. Sixteen members werejner, Mrs. Faye Brott, Mrs. Cor-
' ine Gibson, and Mrs. Clara Vaneiel. Mrs. Martha Olsen and Mrs. Lucia Gorman- had change gf; th% door. The .food and entertamiri^nt, kfcth furnished by King Soopers, Iric., was; enjoyed by everyone, and mdriy worthwhile prizes were given away. The money earned by this venture will be used by the club members to help finance cm overnight stay at the YMCA ledge at Estes Park ldte in June.
In March our club voted to buy material to make two
I No. Soil depletion by repeat- MBHH! H 0 1 ed cropping, may reduce fce ^ of iM ^ Senior
quantity of the yields, but the Hi 11 Tue^ay-
quality is not siUiicantly ^ March 2 vrife seventeen
j members present After 1he dessert lunch, final arrange-5. WiR vitamin or minoted ments for the Qub Party lunch-supplements giro a person pop eon, to be given March 23rd, dozen large terry cloth feeding or a feeling pi well-being? were discussed. An hour of ibibs to be used by the serious-Na It is normal for people bingo for prizes completed the J Jy HI patients at the Veterans to have occasional periods of f afternoon, fatigue or lack of pep. If such
BUSINESS NOTES Purity Creamery
Purity Creamery Co., a partnership, has operated in the-Denver area for 46 years. The-last 25 years there has been, a location at 145 Broadway.
For years Purity Creameries have specialized in quality ice cream and dairy products at reasonable prices. Twenty-five* different flavors are featured and at the present time But-terscotch is featured in the % gallon package and Pecan French Fudge is the special in Purity Heaped-Hi hand packed ice cream.
PURITY MOVES
Near the beginning of 1967 Purity moved from 145 Broadway two doors south, to 139 Broadway into q much larger building.. We can. now accommodate about 70 persons in. booths or counter service.
In addition to Purity's ice cream and dairy products we have added light lunch to our nienu which includes hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hpm on. a bun, grilled/ cheese and hot dogs. We now feature. Delicatessen Sqridwi The Club Party lunch spon-
Hospital. Volunteers from,.-the !.. Gn the other side of our club did tiie cutting and sew- menu you will Arid > some super
symptoms continue, however, T SH PrrrV olr,.' ^ie fhiished bibs were sundaes and parfaits such as
a person should see a physi- a/en/ Ap/f 4^ * Sundae" made
On March 28th, eight ladies of the Lincoln Park Senior Qt-
cian* March 23rd, was an outstand-
6. Can one take too many irig success. One hundred peo-vitamin products? pie were served in the large
Vitamin products, when tak- hall of the Auraria Community j iz^s Club spent two hours en according to ,label direc- Center, 1212 Mariposa St. The! sightseeing in the shops of Mr. and Mrs. Crisey K<^ch of j Hons, are not harmful. Nor- up-to-date kitchen of this fine, | Larimer Sauare. A stop for 534 West 4th Avenue w^nt to mally, if a person takes more new building proved more than I coffee at tiie White Spot, at Colorado Springs to visit t1- eir | '.ri/amins than he needs, the adequate for the preparation oi Colfax and Speer Boulevard, on
daughter, Sister Jerome. Sister; body passes them off. How- all the food. Assisting in the Jerome is in the Franciscan overdoses of Vitamins A kitchen, under the supervision convent , . and D can be harmful because of d representative of King
the way home, was a pleasant ending for a most enjoyable afternoon.
with fancy new toppings, a "Flaming Sundae," "Banana Imperial","Blondies" and many others.. Parfai,ts include a "Rainbow Spendor" and "Chocolate Parfait."
Please stop in and see us at our new location 139 Broadway.


April, 1967
,t-.H B. RECORD B E,
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Lincoln, South Lincoln Resftlonf Council
The Resident Council of Lincoln and South Lincoln Park Homes would like to thank Mr. Bob Shickel for being, our guest Speaker at our last meeting.
. The Resident Council will have a Bake Sale. on May 16, 1967 at 1438 .Navajo. Time: 10 a. m. to 2:30 p.m. Come One, cbme all!
The next meeting of the Tjh-coln Park Resident QdUricil wU be held on May 4, 1967, at 7:30 p.m., at Auraria Cornmun* itv Center, 1212 Mariposa. Hope to see you there.
Auraria
Community Center
Auraria: Community Center will be holding their Open House at 1212 Mariposa Street on Friday, April 28 from 3:00 to 5:30 p.m. and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
The relocation of the Center in its larger quarters makes it possible to serve much more of the community. The new furnishings and equipment have arrived for the : offices, woodshop and arts and crafts room. We also have a library, clubrooms, and a large multi-purpose room.
The Staff and Board of Directors of Auraria Community Center cordially invite all West Side residents to come and visit the new Center and take a tour of the building.
Boy Scout News
The Ute patrol of Troop 20d strifes from 7 to 10 p. m. at
went on a campout over spring vacation. Mr. Ben Johnson was in charge of the boys.
They made their camp at South Platte; for three days. Those attending were Vernon Johnson,J; Brian Morris, Tommy Davis, f James Cothran and guest Casey Griego.
March 24th, Pack 200. had a hike and picnic at Daniels Park. The hike was about three miles long. Many pretty rocks were found and a herd of deer was seen. Lost on the hike were two of the four boy scouts that went on the trip.
They have learned what to-do when lost. Two girl scouts also made the trip.
April 3rd was. another big scout roller skating party. Pack 203 won the attendance trophy.
Let's hope Pack 200 will win. _ oriri
it April 24th. Admission is P^nts of Troop 200 are to be $1.25 per family and 30c forl ^ere-
1990 Sputh Broadway. Our thanks to the many people that are saving paper and magazines for Boy Scouts.
Troop and Pack 200 hope that glHfre people on the West Side will see title- Scout Exposition- on Friday, May 5th from 7 to 10 p m.c or Saturday; May 6th, 2 p. m. to 10 p.-m. Tickets are only' 50c and children 7 and under are .free; See the greatest show on earth for the whole family.
Troop 200 is in need of a mem that would like to coach a :softball- team: that came, in Second last year rind first the year before. Call- Mr. Morris, 244-1529.
April 25th will be court of honor night at the First Avenue Presbyterian Church. All
Greenlee WEST SIDERS perform
1 On April 23rd and April 30, The Greenlee PTA Board of the students from Elmwood, Managers meeting was held Fairmont and Greeniee will be on Wednesday,April 12, at ,1:30 participating in the Elementary
Schools Spring Music Festival at the City Auditorium Arena at 3:00 p. m. on: both, dates. The City-wide Elementary
p. m. New. officers for the coming .year- were installed at this meeting. They are as follows: Mrsr. Jack Natterman,
President; Mrs. Susan Chavez, j School Orchestra will play on 1st Vice President; Mr. Ben both days. In the orchestra
Boys' Club
James Martinez was selected as Boy of the Month" of April, for the outstanding job he has done in coaching the sectional billiards teams and the 9 ball team that was taken to Red ..
Shield Community Center. The come... visit; Greenlee boys took runner-up in a sectional billiards contest March 18.
Krirn, 2nd Vice President; Mrs. Florence Joe, Secretary; Mrs. Robert Bieber, Treasurer; Mrs. Susan Contreras, Historian; Miss Jan Schneider, Teacher Representative.
- .School-Community day will be held April 24 from 9 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. at Greenlee. Many exhibits of the children's work will be displayed on both floors of the building. We hope every parent will make an ef-
, A gamesroom tournament will be, held, at Lincoln Park
school, meet the teachers and observe: in the; classrooms.
' The sixth grade chorus and students enrolled this 'year in
Boys' Club April 21-22 between the 6th grade have recently
the three clubs, of Denver.
Lincoln. Park's. Boys' Cub intermediate Basketball Team captured First Place in the Boys' Clubs of America Sectional Basketball Tournament Teams representing Colorado Springs ar:d Greeley competed with the.teams in the annual event held at the- J, ChurchfU Owen Building-in Denver.;
Two Lincoln Park boys won prizes in the 6th Annual Boys' Clubs of Denver Easter Hat Parade held Tuesday, March 21.. Benny Shlito, 643 Elati, won 'an electric train in the sweepstakes category while Frank Flores, 1256 W.lOth Avenue, entered the funniest More than thirty boys altered hats modeled by their mother or
been invited. to perform their. Sing-out,-'' On April .7th, tlie group performed at Hallett School and recent request for this program have come from Wyatt and Harrington.
will be Debora Hewlings from Elmwood, Ramona Mulder from Fairmont and Yen Yen Yin from Greenlee.
Two Sixth Grade Choruses of approximately 3,500 boys and girls in each chorus will also perform. One chorus will sing on .each date. Elmwood, Fairmont and Greenlee students will be in the Chorus singing on April 30th at 3;00: p.m. .
SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES MEETING
The Denver County P-TA,,is sponsoring a meeting, of candidates running rf or the,: Board..of Education on Tuesday,. May, 9, at. 7:3p, p. m. at the. West High School lunch rponu The public is ..invited:., to come to.hear r the candidates. Those who have been interested in improving conditions in West Side schools should make every effort to at tend
Action Council News
The Action Council met a week late for. their regular March meeting on April 4tp-due to haying mot late in March for a special meeting. One of the items bn which the Council, is. workingis the replacement. of members who have dropped out. First consideration is,, being given to other candidates who ran in the censis tracts Where replace-
ments are needed. These peo-'another female volunteer. Each pie are now being. contacted hef was made in the Bays'(to request their participation Qub shop and designed bythe fin- the Coimoil. After -much-
boy himself.
"The Revolutionist'7 Scheduled
paper work the Council has become incorporated and is now an official corporation. Our thanks to Attorney Robert Johnson who helped us with this and is a member of the Council.
Rodolfo Corky" Gonzales' *>. i %r
play, "The Revolutionist" will After much delay Mr. Don be performed at 8 p. m.J April Garci?. has been ]put on the 29 and SO, at Wilshire Presby- ^011 bY DO as the Neighbor-terian Church, 2999 S. Colorado-hood Service Center Director for Boulevard Target Area E (West Side). Mr.
West High School
the community of West Denver so that there would be a time set aside for each person
*On April 20th the Bands anc Orchestra of West'High School presented their Spring Music Festival with George Laytoh to consider his own relation-conducting. On: the 25th of May j ships with Others. The emo-the Girls' Ensemble, Advanced.tioii's and communications prob-Choir : and;i:ConCett: Choir willjlems of each person is his be giving : the Spring Music cause and effect of his human Festival program at 7:30 p.m. relations.
Three. West High students re- There were twelve documen-ceived awards in the All City: tary films scheduled into, classless Conference held at Den- J es for showing and discussion ver Uriversity on April 6. They during the week. An.effective were Joyce bujan, Paula Cif- speaker's bureau had- been fca and Phil Soreide. i trained,.so thdf;the 'films- would
Tuesday, April ^4th was the be evaluated :wifla^-leader-day for the installing of Nation- ship of students'. :-lfr^nselves al Honor Society inductees each day. at West. Four students from the | Anne Carey% Lenbfe Hawk West Side area; were inductedand Blodwin Roberts introduced at a 7:30 meeting in the social i the project with an opening as-rOom. They were Greg Dyes,! gembly written by the group. Howard Tsuchiya, Dianna De The program was musical and
Santis and Linda M ~es. Faculty sponsors are Mrs. Marie Sideek and Mr. Ron James. West High is proud to be
was attended by all students.
An art and essay contest was open to all students who submitted any work which ex-
taking a lead in Human Rela-1 plained their ideas of inser-
tions effort iii Denver Public Schools. The emphasis this, year, is on a city-wide awareness of the problems of corn-
group relations.
Some classes were visited by Sgt. Rebon Blanchard' and Ernie Quintana of Lowry Air
munication within, each school;Force Base who discussed the
building.,and the community it serves.... Bringing the. school.' to the. community and to the home is becoming as important as bringing the. parent to the school,.... , .. .
The week of April 10-14 was declared Human Relations Week at West High and the faculty committee launched a program that extended not only into each classroom, but to
rich contributions of the Negro and ;Hispano cultures with: the students.
Teachers are interested in the many projects that will bring them closer, to the parent so that, home and school can realize a greater degree of cooperation for the student. Many efforts ar being made to help the individual student realize more success.
Garcia was the choice of the Council for this job and was ejivbn approval by DO also, The Coriiicil several times expressed concern to DO that Mr. Garcia was not receiving pay and urged strongly that they speed, up the process, of starting pay to Mr. Garcia. The Council had officially chos en him an February 23rd. As of April 7th Mr. Garcia is. ofn ficially employed with pay as aur Neighborhood Service Center Director.We extend a welcome to tite West Side to him.
At the moment the search for a suitable site for the Center continues since the previously available location at the First Spanish Methodist Church has proved to be inadequate in space.
Next regular meeting of the Westside Action Council will be on April 27 crt 7:30 p.m. at the Auraria Community Center, 1212 Mariposa Street. Everyone is invited and welcome.
Rev. Lapp Appointed Fair Housing Head
The Reverend Mr. Robinson ] G. Lapp a suburban minister with "inner-city", civil" rights experience has* been named the fifsf; executive director of -the Metro Denver Fairj Housing Center./ '504 ifritersta^e Trust Building.' >
Miss' Helen Lucero; who' is active in the- Spanish-American community, and a board member of LARAS A (Latin American Research and Service A-gency), said that the Reverend Mr. Lapp was the personnel committee's unanimous choice over 29 other applicants from throughout the nation for the newly created, full-time position; <
Both Rev. Lapp, and members, of his congregation %aye. beerv volunteers in the Denver Inner City Protestant Parish crt Wesl 9th Avenue and Gefldjpdgo:
Persons interested in help finding, housing throughout the metropolitan area may call 534-6804.
Archbishop Sets Discard Collection
Archbishop Urban J. Vehr has designated Sunday, May 7 as discard collection day for the St. Vincent de Paul Stores. Persons wishing to contribute usable, clothing, shoes and household articles to St. Vincent's are asked to bring them that day to any Catholic church in the Denver area. Heavy pieces will be collected at any time at the donor's home. A St. Vincent's tiiiek pickup may be arranged by calling 244-5503.
West Side Calendar
SPECIAL EVENTS
April 23Mennonite spon-' sored Public Meeting for "The Russians Visit'- story by Frank Peters.
April 24Greenlee School Community. Daycdl day.
April 25WSIA-Lincoln Park Resident Council Mayor and Council Candidates.; Mesting, 7:30 p.m., Auraria Community Center, .1212 Mariposa Street.
April 27 Westside Action Council Meeting, 7:30 pm. at Aurdricr; Community Center, 1212 Mariposa Street.
April £8Auraria- Community Center Open House, 3:00 to 5:30 ; . .7:00 to 9:00 p. nx,
1212 Mariposa Street.
May 4 Resident Council Meeting, Auraria Commuhity Center^ T212 Mariposa, 7:30 jx
Sit - -
-May 7~pr Discard Ooll^ctioa Day for the St Vincent de Paul Storea Donations may be left at any Catholic Churdi.
May 9Denver Coxinty PTA sponsored Board of Education Candidates' Meeting. Public invited, 7:30 p. m. West High School lunchroom.
May 10Greenlee Board of Managers Meeting, 1:30 p.m.
May 11Girls' Club Mother-Daughter. Tea, Mennonite Youth Center.
May 16 Resident Council Bake Sale, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., 1438 Navajo St.
May 17 Greenlee School | Mother-Daughter Tea.


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WEST SIDE RECORDER
Volume 3?>Numfc>er 12
Monthly Newspaper of the West' Side Improvement Association
April, 1967-
CANDIDATES'STATEMENTS
j Bernard J. Duffy St. ADDRESS: 790 Washington
Albert Moore
ADDRESS: 1201 Cherokee FAMILY INFORMATION: Na- FAMILY INFORMATION: Men*
tive of- Colorado. Has lived in Denver ior 15 years and 6- years in District No, 7. Wife Katherine f Moore and' three, children, Judy Jknxi.
^Steven- 13, and Deborah 10 years old.
OCCUPATION: SelfMjtnployed owner of MoofEk A EDUCATION- AND EXPERIENCE: Educated in public schools of Weld County. A veteran of four years of service. to the United States Marine Corps. Life member D. A. V. Post No. 1. Twenty years in food business;
WHY ARE YOU A CANDIDATE: I would like to take a greater pefft in the community of District No. 7 and also foir a greater Denver;
WHAT PROGRAMS WILL YOU WORK FOR- AS A CITY COUNCILMAN:
1. Mass Transit
2. Mid-block lighting, with more police1 ears cruising the district
- 3. Conservation program (Urban Renewal)
4. Better West Side drainage'
HOW WILL THESE PROGRAMS'EFFECT THE WEST SIDE: All these programs
ried two children nine1 grand children. Bom and raised in Denver. OC^PATlON: Owner of Wk Cherry Cricket.,. Fortner ow|ier of Duffy's Shamrock Resfcnirant, lhi5 Tremont Sti EDUCATION AND EXPERv IENCR: Regis High School and St. Thomas Aquinas Gpflege; Columbus, Ohio. 1 WHY ARE YOU A CANDIDATE: I want to contribute all Lean to~ help solving the problems- f a growing Den ver.
WHAT PROGRAMS WILL YOU WORK FOR AS A CITY COUNCILMAN? Skyline Columbine Freeway More recreation area for growing children. Better street and alley lighting, cleaner streets and alleysincreased police protection, especially at night and will hold tke: line on taxes (they are high enough now).
HOW WILL THESE PROGRAMS AFFECT THE WEST SIDE? The Columbine Freeway along the route of Santa Fe will greatly increase property values and help the West .Side, gs; much as. Skyline will the lower part pf Denver
Edward F. Burke, Jr.
will tea great benefit to the ADDRESS: 315 So. Shermcm St West Side because they will improve street lighting;' lessen downtown traffic, and make our community ,.q much safer place to. live, in.
and safer for pedestrians
West Siders Set Rally
All West Siders are urged to attend a candidates' meeting to | be held; on Tuesday, April 25 at 7:30 p. m. at Auraria Com-|munity Center, 1212 Mariposa. Candidates for Mayor and City Council have been invited by the West Side Improvement Association and the Lincoln and South Lincoln Park Resident Council.
Voters go to the polls May 16 to choose among the candidates for Mayor, Councilmcm, and members qf the Board of Education. Currently, there are six announced candidates | for Mayor and three for Coun-: I oilman in District No. 7. The [public meeting provides voters with the chance to find out where1-the candidates stand on the issues important to the peo-_ pie of the West Side.
The crane is putting the final1 touches on demolition of the old nurses' residence hall to make, way for the new Denver General Hospital to serve the city and' our area better. Denver property owners voted for a bond issue to cover the cost of construction.
.FAMILY .INFORMATION: Mar ried arid Have seven- children a boy arid six girls. OCCUPATION: Manager of
A <5, A, Thriftway Supermar that have to use- our sid&-jk?t, 121! East Alameda. Also walks at night. I Managing Director of St. Fran-
WHY I AM A DIRECTOR IN THE WEST SIDE IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION
I became interested ih the West Side Improvement Association at the time of its. inception hi 1963, as it was obvious at that time something had to be done in this area of the city if it was to keep from going into slum area as it had already been referred to by one pf the local papers. There were others who had; yeh suggssted. thi's area fOr Urban Renewal.
-Since the inception, of the organic zation much has been dccompliehed' with a great deal more fo be-done:
These changes have, come about as a result.dt very, hgrd work on tile part of a few people including our ... present president,. '.Leslie-Kalc^gtiin,
' T believe ' i tiatfe; WfM
^^rig-' impre^idri-df the qesocidff^n ^
V'&ftd 'how 'it Operetta They Vus& iffop:-a Th^"' "
rseem to^ think:-.It if :?pme;, spirt pf ihdgifc wCtrid; They cdll -to;
,g complcgnt i.pnp aery; expect results the next It doesn't
,wprk, that yftiy. Many of these problems take days arid *riibhtHs oh,'cfiid' sometimes: it takes:new legis-
Idtion on: fhe^pefi^'-df^th#to- ^et to. ;th problem.
We ne&it $He-,help''ol,^eiyp^.e. Jo-vmake 'all .the improve-r j rhents necessary ;,in oiicr area, ff ..the, home owners arid teriaihtis would, use -a broom, rake or. shovel wherever necessary with very, little effort things could be kept ih better condition.
I am Director of District No, 11, Santa Fe to Ekrti, and 5th to 8th Avenue, and very much interested in the'association. If we are to continue in the very near future we will have to have a paid membership, which I.am in favor of.
I feel without the association the district would slowly drift back to where it was before. I am proud of the work of the association and the officers and would like to see more people
take an interest. , T T_
Julian L. Kreoger
cis de Sales Credit- Union.
EDUCATION' AND EXPERIENCE: Graduated from St. I Francis de Sales High School j and attended Regis College.
WHY ARE YOU A CANDIDATE?. I am a candidate because I believe the West and South, segments of District: 1 hteve not had the proper rep*, reseniatron .t^ie;^ past. 2. years. Jf elected I would give the* people in West and South Denver the same- representation as the residents ;of Capitol Hill.
WHAT PROGRAMS WILL YOU WORK FOR AS A CITY COUNCILMAN? If elected l would work for the following programs:
ONE WAY SYSTEM STARTED
ANNUAL CLEAN-UP WEEK SET
Clean-up, Paint-Up, Fix-Up Week ih Denver will be April 30th to May 6th this year.
This annual event is sponsored by the Jaycees in cooperation with other agencies and organizations. Their goal is a cleans r Denver and the hope of winning the "Cleanest Town in America" award from the
The Traffic Engineering Division of Denver's Department of
Public Works, is currently Ml^|ii3Si deanlJp, Pednt-Up. ning to put the Santa Fe Kala- Fix-JJp Bureau math ons-wgy street system H Aga;n this year a poster ;9^fXdtipn in -me last half pf,
May, barring uriforseen prob-
.lems*.,. In, th^ on^^way -.street plan, Santa Fe Drive Will carry northbound' traffic from the Valley Highway to West 14th Avenue pnd Kalamath will carry southbound traffic from West
contest will be. held in the Metro area with cc cash prize for- th£ winners: Children will also be given a Clean Up check list for their homes and they will be awarded a Think Clean '67 sticker upon the com-j pletion of the check list.
Let's all get busy and make
two-way from West 14 th Avenue to Colfax..
Improved police protection for the; area.-
Further. study of. mass transit.
Full cooperation with Skyline .. . . . .
and other proposed Urban Re- 9g 13 expected to handle and newal Projects. Mil Bi header traKlc, new
r m iH j parking regulations will be put
Work in full accord wlth the teo ^ Qn lgg| Fe Drive
Community Development A-gency^ dri
14th Avenue to the Valley
Highway. Santa Fe Drive] theWe3t; Sye the cleanest part from West 14th Avenue to Col- Denver. fax will continue to be one-way I; ^' ..
southbound. Kalamath will be
TRUCK PARKING BAN
A city ordinance passed by Council, March 6 and signed Because the new street pat-j by Mayor Cunigan March 15
limits truck parking. The ordinance was requested by the traffic engineer. There is now a one hour time limit for park-
.... mmThete be no parking fibth 11 H msmmrn pro- H IH highway to Byers gram fon the Wdst Side. ?!ace. F^ < Byers Place to
Continued pressure for early
completion
Dam.
of the Chatfield
West 5th Avenue, parking will
ing any truck over 4,000 pounds empty weight, any truck-tractor, trailer or semi-trailer or detached camper, in any area
HOW ~ WILL THESE: PROGRAMS -AFFECT- THR, WEST SIDE? With-; police
protectiOtii Rdpefini5// sbme day
(ribfe to. walk 'down a :stfeet at ,'ni^hti Without, fear-; pfva^ati^ir I ^Sild' strongly urge thgtv-fo
frde^rys np#; bein^; eopsid-eTOd' for, thfe <%eg: -be- ^iven- fur-tirbL study drid placed v^iere thfife mll be.a.mmimmn; ,ojt.re-nK^al' of A residents and -bust* nfess. '. With the ; help1 of- the CD A, we can preserve: -: West Denver ,, of penver's
finer residential areas. I
With further study of mass transit we can come up with a means of transporting the suburbanites back and forth to work by some other means than 1-way streets and race rtraOks through the- center of our residential areas.
be fbrbiddeh on the w^ist side zoned for residences, or in front and will be allowed on the east f any home. The only, excep-
tions are when the -vehicles are "rendering services in the immediate,,area" or when parked at a hotel or motel where the operator is staying.
FRfiE TREES
side exde^t LFrbih 7 to 9 a.m.
From West 5th Avenue to West Llth" Avenuej,. parking will be permitied pn. the west side-all day and oh the east side except from 7 to-9, am,;, nodh of West1 11th AvehU; Ap WestMth Aye-hue,., parking. wilhibe .permit-
ted, on. both sidbs. ,Mr. Joto The American National Bruce', Traffic Engineer, ts?tted,.Ban}:_. 17th ^ stout Street,-.is
.9 a.m. mc&ng free frees availciile to
retie was1 ai lsnav OT ulal. IT| peop>lo who want to add a people do- hofe obey the- rule, rt |.shade ^ to. their yard. The mciy~ be riecesbaiy to outlaw j ^es are honey locuht 24 parkins altogether, in those whips.-1 If. you are interblocks: >" ested. in getting.a- tree, contact
your West Side Improvement
fSmce/ more1 traffic will be .criming into the area; people are Pondering if Santa Fe businesses will be able to attract more trade or if the traffic, will just go by that much faster. At least part of the answer to that
Association District Director or the office of the West Side Improvement Association, 768 Santa Fe Drive, 244-3301. Trees will be distributed from the home of the Improvement As-
quOstion may depend upon (sociation President, Mr. Leslie what efforts businessmen make 1 Kdlariquin, 1423 Lipan, on to provide off-street parking, afternoon of Saturday, May 6.


&PT& 1967
Page Two
THE fl EC OB-BE*
WIST SIDE RKWp
Sponsored by Wesi'SM&j/; Improvement Association
Office: 768 Santa Fe Drive Phone 244-3301
Editor: Rachel Guedea
Staff Reporters:
Rose Gomez, Iris Hewiings Margdt Serumgard, Mildred Jordan/Juanita Winterhalder, Mary Qicivez; '
7£o(ed
^Mattie^ and Helen- Cochran, 242 Cherokee Street, enjoyed Sunday dinner with the Cliff Cochranes in Arvada. The Earle Cochran family were also dinner guests.
Mrs. Helen Burke, 226 Cherokee Street, was visited by Mrs. Fem Watts of Los Angeles, California.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Winter-holder : and :-family, -226 West 3rd Avenue'/ enjoyed spring vacation with a visit to Disneyland, Grand' Canyon and other points of interest
Miss Diane Haro, 233 West 3rd Avenue, hers a cast on her handfor the healing of a broken finger.
I MU. and Mrs. Ernest Conway, formerly of 1430 Lipan Street, now residing at .200 South rarydnt Cfcreet. have'!announced that their daughter Lorraine, age 4 years, is recovering from surgery January 26th.
Mrs. Flora Fenton is felling her home ori. the West Side; She plans, to go on ah extended visit to Kentucky, after which she will make her home with her daughter in California.
: Mrs. Everett Dobson is in Luke'sHospital for. eye surgery. We wish her a quick recovery.
they cannot be excreted by the body.
7. Are fresh foods a better source of vitamins aha minerals than processed foods?
No. In general, there is little diference between fresh and processed foods. Modem processing methods preserve vita-min/and. mineral values or Te-stopl them/ For/example, canned-;and frozen fruits and Vegetables are quickly processed at their nutritional peak. Flour, bread, milk, and margarine, are nutritionally improved with added yitarhins J and minerals.
8. Axe certain types of labeling and advertising for vita-min and mineral preparations
Recently ..visiting with their prohibited? parents,.. Rev: and Mrs A. J. Th^ Food-arid Drug Ad-
Blomquist of the Fust Avenue ^inisf/tion cooperates close-Presbyterian Church havej,v w*;h the Federal Trade been Joel Blomqmst, Sterling cdrmhissiori its'control over
Local Boy Home
College, Kansas, and Mr. and Mrh John Blomquist from their Work, ori the Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico^
Mrs. Ella Horan of 1362 Kal-amath had as house guests her niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Evans and five children of Elks Grove Village, liiinois. They were here during
Easter Holidays. {(those found in foods) better
than "synthetic" Vitamins (vi-
SOME QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT VTIAMINS AND DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS
1. What are dietary supplements?
Dietary, supplements are intended to supply one tit more essential food nutrients to an individual's diet. The most familiar dietary supplements are multi-vitamin and vitamin-mineral preparations. These products are sold as tablets, capsules, pills, wafers, powders, or liquids.
2. Are "natural" vitamins
the claims made in labeling arid advertising, vitamin and mineral preparations. Manufacturers of these products, for example,cannot claim that they reside food, tajke the place of sleep or rest, ease tension, restore youth, grow, hair, restore sexual powers, build muscles, curb appetites, pi; cure serious diseases.
Mr. and Mrs. John Torres, 1072 Decatur, former West Srd-ers, welcomed trier son Pfc. Jimmy Torres back from Vietnam recently He is home on a 30 day leave from the Army.
Dept, of Employment ^ Appoints Son of Local Couple > 4
The Colorado Department of Employment, employs two fulltime Minority Group Specialists to. insure, against racial discrimination by any Department employee while carrying out his duties and responsibilities for. the Department, and to explain Department policies, programs, and available Services to individuals who are members of minority groups; |
The Minority Group Specialists may be reached Monday through Friday (except holidays) from 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m., in Room 361, 1210 Sherman St., Denver. Since both men frequently are out of the office on business, arrangements for appointments may be made by telephoning 222-1551.
t .... j j Tr. Mr. Ernest Martinez, one of
Jimmy was wounded m Viet-1.
||gl iq ^ u to speciallsts' 13 a <3raduate
j of West High School. His par-
Women's Job Corps Needs More Girls
riam on February 18. and then flown to a hospital; in Japan. He was then transferred to the Ft. Sam Houston Hospital in Houston, Texas, for treatment of his first/ second', and third degree bums.
Jimmy attended West High School and played bass with the "Question Marks," with whom he was known as"Squir-rel."
( ents Mr. and Mrs. Candida i Martinez, reside at 665 Delaware St.
Mrs. Matt Walker of 669 Inca entertained friend's at a birthday luncheon at her home in honor of her cousin Esther Sulr livan.
Mrs. May Day of. 138 West 1st Avenue was entertained at Mrs; Esther Sullvan's, home at 282 Inca on St. Patrick's Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vasguez of ,123,9 Lipan Street have just .received word from their son Ronald that his warrant has been issued and he is now a Sergeant in the U. S. Marine Corps. He is stationed at Camp Pendleton, California.
Mr. Alphonzo Martinez of 1378 Mariposa has jusf-ifepbrt-ed that his wife wgs'Opererted on at St Luke^s Hospitcff -on March 29th. She, hopes that she will be home in a few days.
Mrs. Ida Bear of 924 West 10th Avenue is doing very nicely after her illness. She hopes to return home soon. She 'Is in the Park View Nursing Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Glypin of 1253 NKalamath had Easter dinner with their daughter,. Mrs. Betty Dady and family.
tamins manufactured In the laboratory)?
No. All vitamins are specific chemical compounds. ... They have tiie same composition and have the same effect.on the body whether they are produced synthetically in a laboratory or- derived from natural sources.
A campaign to recruit 100 girls between 16 and 21 who are out of work and out of
school for training in the Eat The Leaves
Womens Job Corps is being
conducted. It is directed by Dont eat the leaves of rhu-WICS (Women in Community barb. The succulent stalks are Service > the volunteer recruit- excellent for sauces and pies, ing organization, according to The .leaves, however, are poi-Mrs. Lucille Clannin, Project sonous. Accordng of the U.S. Director of WICS. Department of Agriculture, rhu-
Girls desiring to join tile Job barb leaves Contain amounts of Corps may write WICS head- oxalic: acid .and of. oxalates quarters in Denver, 507. Uni-, sometimes gTeat enough ,to versity Bldg/ Denver, Colorado cause the fatal; poisoning- of 80202. or call 623-4349; v those who eat them.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chaney of. 538 Kalamatri just returned from a trip to Salt, Lake City to visit Mends. From there they went to Las Vegas for a few days.
who eat enough different foods i present. Because of an unusu-do not need to worry about \ ally long business meeting
nutritional deficiencies. Some persons with specal medical needs may require dietary supplements.
4 Does wom-out soil affect the nutritive value of goods produced on it?
planning for future club activities, there-was nov specigl program for that afternoon. However, on Tuesday, March 14th, a group of | seven members of the club spent the afternoon at the: Historical Museum.
The second bimonthly meet-
Lincoln Park Senior Citizen
Green table decorations and Soopers/ Iric:, were; Mrs. Lyim 3. Is it true that no one gets' green aprons on the acting Bradley, Mrs.Dagmar Chnstidri-enough vitamins and minerals! hostesses, Mrs. CTara Vaneiel, sen, Mrs.- Ixxura Gregory, Mrs. and therefore everyone needs) 1426 Osage/ arid'Miss Anna Grace Musgrove, Mrs. Elsa to take dietary supplements? j Mims, 1428 Osage, gave : ar St Gruen, Miss Jill Bradley, and No. Diseases caused by vi-! Patrick's Day atmosphere to Mrs. Helen Johnson- Serving tarn in and' mineral deficiencies I the March 17th luncheon of. the ta the dining room were. Mrs. are extremely rare in the United j Lincoln Park Senior Ctiizen s Elsie Lilienthal, Mrs. Sue Won-States. Persons in good health)Club. Sixteen members werejner, Mrs. Faye Brott, Mrs. Cor-
' ine Gibson, and Mrs. Clara Vaneiel. Mrs. Martha Olsen and Mrs. Lucia Gorman- had change gf; th% door. The .food and entertamiri^nt, kfcth furnished by King Soopers, Iric., was; enjoyed by everyone, and mdriy worthwhile prizes were given away. The money earned by this venture will be used by the club members to help finance cm overnight stay at the YMCA ledge at Estes Park ldte in June.
In March our club voted to buy material to make two
I No. Soil depletion by repeat- MBHH! H 0 1 ed cropping, may reduce fce ^ of iM ^ Senior
quantity of the yields, but the Hi 11 Tue^ay-
quality is not siUiicantly ^ March 2 vrife seventeen
j members present After 1he dessert lunch, final arrange-5. WiR vitamin or minoted ments for the Qub Party lunch-supplements giro a person pop eon, to be given March 23rd, dozen large terry cloth feeding or a feeling pi well-being? were discussed. An hour of ibibs to be used by the serious-Na It is normal for people bingo for prizes completed the J Jy HI patients at the Veterans to have occasional periods of f afternoon, fatigue or lack of pep. If such
BUSINESS NOTES Purity Creamery
Purity Creamery Co., a partnership, has operated in the-Denver area for 46 years. The-last 25 years there has been, a location at 145 Broadway.
For years Purity Creameries have specialized in quality ice cream and dairy products at reasonable prices. Twenty-five* different flavors are featured and at the present time But-terscotch is featured in the % gallon package and Pecan French Fudge is the special in Purity Heaped-Hi hand packed ice cream.
PURITY MOVES
Near the beginning of 1967 Purity moved from 145 Broadway two doors south, to 139 Broadway into q much larger building.. We can. now accommodate about 70 persons in. booths or counter service.
In addition to Purity's ice cream and dairy products we have added light lunch to our nienu which includes hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hpm on. a bun, grilled/ cheese and hot dogs. We now feature. Delicatessen Sqridwi The Club Party lunch spon-
Hospital. Volunteers from,.-the !.. Gn the other side of our club did tiie cutting and sew- menu you will Arid > some super
symptoms continue, however, T SH PrrrV olr,.' ^ie fhiished bibs were sundaes and parfaits such as
a person should see a physi- a/en/ Ap/f 4^ * Sundae" made
On March 28th, eight ladies of the Lincoln Park Senior Qt-
cian* March 23rd, was an outstand-
6. Can one take too many irig success. One hundred peo-vitamin products? pie were served in the large
Vitamin products, when tak- hall of the Auraria Community j iz^s Club spent two hours en according to ,label direc- Center, 1212 Mariposa St. The! sightseeing in the shops of Mr. and Mrs. Crisey K<^ch of j Hons, are not harmful. Nor- up-to-date kitchen of this fine, | Larimer Sauare. A stop for 534 West 4th Avenue w^nt to mally, if a person takes more new building proved more than I coffee at tiie White Spot, at Colorado Springs to visit t1- eir | '.ri/amins than he needs, the adequate for the preparation oi Colfax and Speer Boulevard, on
daughter, Sister Jerome. Sister; body passes them off. How- all the food. Assisting in the Jerome is in the Franciscan overdoses of Vitamins A kitchen, under the supervision convent , . and D can be harmful because of d representative of King
the way home, was a pleasant ending for a most enjoyable afternoon.
with fancy new toppings, a "Flaming Sundae," "Banana Imperial","Blondies" and many others.. Parfai,ts include a "Rainbow Spendor" and "Chocolate Parfait."
Please stop in and see us at our new location 139 Broadway.


April, 1967
,t-.H B. RECORD B E,
hzffi TOfefc
Lincoln, South Lincoln Resftlonf Council
The Resident Council of Lincoln and South Lincoln Park Homes would like to thank Mr. Bob Shickel for being, our guest Speaker at our last meeting.
. The Resident Council will have a Bake Sale. on May 16, 1967 at 1438 .Navajo. Time: 10 a. m. to 2:30 p.m. Come One, cbme all!
The next meeting of the Tjh-coln Park Resident QdUricil wU be held on May 4, 1967, at 7:30 p.m., at Auraria Cornmun* itv Center, 1212 Mariposa. Hope to see you there.
Auraria
Community Center
Auraria: Community Center will be holding their Open House at 1212 Mariposa Street on Friday, April 28 from 3:00 to 5:30 p.m. and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
The relocation of the Center in its larger quarters makes it possible to serve much more of the community. The new furnishings and equipment have arrived for the : offices, woodshop and arts and crafts room. We also have a library, clubrooms, and a large multi-purpose room.
The Staff and Board of Directors of Auraria Community Center cordially invite all West Side residents to come and visit the new Center and take a tour of the building.
Boy Scout News
The Ute patrol of Troop 20d strifes from 7 to 10 p. m. at
went on a campout over spring vacation. Mr. Ben Johnson was in charge of the boys.
They made their camp at South Platte; for three days. Those attending were Vernon Johnson,J; Brian Morris, Tommy Davis, f James Cothran and guest Casey Griego.
March 24th, Pack 200. had a hike and picnic at Daniels Park. The hike was about three miles long. Many pretty rocks were found and a herd of deer was seen. Lost on the hike were two of the four boy scouts that went on the trip.
They have learned what to-do when lost. Two girl scouts also made the trip.
April 3rd was. another big scout roller skating party. Pack 203 won the attendance trophy.
Let's hope Pack 200 will win. _ oriri
it April 24th. Admission is P^nts of Troop 200 are to be $1.25 per family and 30c forl ^ere-
1990 Sputh Broadway. Our thanks to the many people that are saving paper and magazines for Boy Scouts.
Troop and Pack 200 hope that glHfre people on the West Side will see title- Scout Exposition- on Friday, May 5th from 7 to 10 p m.c or Saturday; May 6th, 2 p. m. to 10 p.-m. Tickets are only' 50c and children 7 and under are .free; See the greatest show on earth for the whole family.
Troop 200 is in need of a mem that would like to coach a :softball- team: that came, in Second last year rind first the year before. Call- Mr. Morris, 244-1529.
April 25th will be court of honor night at the First Avenue Presbyterian Church. All
Greenlee WEST SIDERS perform
1 On April 23rd and April 30, The Greenlee PTA Board of the students from Elmwood, Managers meeting was held Fairmont and Greeniee will be on Wednesday,April 12, at ,1:30 participating in the Elementary
Schools Spring Music Festival at the City Auditorium Arena at 3:00 p. m. on: both, dates. The City-wide Elementary
p. m. New. officers for the coming .year- were installed at this meeting. They are as follows: Mrsr. Jack Natterman,
President; Mrs. Susan Chavez, j School Orchestra will play on 1st Vice President; Mr. Ben both days. In the orchestra
Boys' Club
James Martinez was selected as Boy of the Month" of April, for the outstanding job he has done in coaching the sectional billiards teams and the 9 ball team that was taken to Red ..
Shield Community Center. The come... visit; Greenlee boys took runner-up in a sectional billiards contest March 18.
Krirn, 2nd Vice President; Mrs. Florence Joe, Secretary; Mrs. Robert Bieber, Treasurer; Mrs. Susan Contreras, Historian; Miss Jan Schneider, Teacher Representative.
- .School-Community day will be held April 24 from 9 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. at Greenlee. Many exhibits of the children's work will be displayed on both floors of the building. We hope every parent will make an ef-
, A gamesroom tournament will be, held, at Lincoln Park
school, meet the teachers and observe: in the; classrooms.
' The sixth grade chorus and students enrolled this 'year in
Boys' Club April 21-22 between the 6th grade have recently
the three clubs, of Denver.
Lincoln. Park's. Boys' Cub intermediate Basketball Team captured First Place in the Boys' Clubs of America Sectional Basketball Tournament Teams representing Colorado Springs ar:d Greeley competed with the.teams in the annual event held at the- J, ChurchfU Owen Building-in Denver.;
Two Lincoln Park boys won prizes in the 6th Annual Boys' Clubs of Denver Easter Hat Parade held Tuesday, March 21.. Benny Shlito, 643 Elati, won 'an electric train in the sweepstakes category while Frank Flores, 1256 W.lOth Avenue, entered the funniest More than thirty boys altered hats modeled by their mother or
been invited. to perform their. Sing-out,-'' On April .7th, tlie group performed at Hallett School and recent request for this program have come from Wyatt and Harrington.
will be Debora Hewlings from Elmwood, Ramona Mulder from Fairmont and Yen Yen Yin from Greenlee.
Two Sixth Grade Choruses of approximately 3,500 boys and girls in each chorus will also perform. One chorus will sing on .each date. Elmwood, Fairmont and Greenlee students will be in the Chorus singing on April 30th at 3;00: p.m. .
SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES MEETING
The Denver County P-TA,,is sponsoring a meeting, of candidates running rf or the,: Board..of Education on Tuesday,. May, 9, at. 7:3p, p. m. at the. West High School lunch rponu The public is ..invited:., to come to.hear r the candidates. Those who have been interested in improving conditions in West Side schools should make every effort to at tend
Action Council News
The Action Council met a week late for. their regular March meeting on April 4tp-due to haying mot late in March for a special meeting. One of the items bn which the Council, is. workingis the replacement. of members who have dropped out. First consideration is,, being given to other candidates who ran in the censis tracts Where replace-
ments are needed. These peo-'another female volunteer. Each pie are now being. contacted hef was made in the Bays'(to request their participation Qub shop and designed bythe fin- the Coimoil. After -much-
boy himself.
"The Revolutionist'7 Scheduled
paper work the Council has become incorporated and is now an official corporation. Our thanks to Attorney Robert Johnson who helped us with this and is a member of the Council.
Rodolfo Corky" Gonzales' *>. i %r
play, "The Revolutionist" will After much delay Mr. Don be performed at 8 p. m.J April Garci?. has been ]put on the 29 and SO, at Wilshire Presby- ^011 bY DO as the Neighbor-terian Church, 2999 S. Colorado-hood Service Center Director for Boulevard Target Area E (West Side). Mr.
West High School
the community of West Denver so that there would be a time set aside for each person
*On April 20th the Bands anc Orchestra of West'High School presented their Spring Music Festival with George Laytoh to consider his own relation-conducting. On: the 25th of May j ships with Others. The emo-the Girls' Ensemble, Advanced.tioii's and communications prob-Choir : and;i:ConCett: Choir willjlems of each person is his be giving : the Spring Music cause and effect of his human Festival program at 7:30 p.m. relations.
Three. West High students re- There were twelve documen-ceived awards in the All City: tary films scheduled into, classless Conference held at Den- J es for showing and discussion ver Uriversity on April 6. They during the week. An.effective were Joyce bujan, Paula Cif- speaker's bureau had- been fca and Phil Soreide. i trained,.so thdf;the 'films- would
Tuesday, April ^4th was the be evaluated :wifla^-leader-day for the installing of Nation- ship of students'. :-lfr^nselves al Honor Society inductees each day. at West. Four students from the | Anne Carey% Lenbfe Hawk West Side area; were inductedand Blodwin Roberts introduced at a 7:30 meeting in the social i the project with an opening as-rOom. They were Greg Dyes,! gembly written by the group. Howard Tsuchiya, Dianna De The program was musical and
Santis and Linda M ~es. Faculty sponsors are Mrs. Marie Sideek and Mr. Ron James. West High is proud to be
was attended by all students.
An art and essay contest was open to all students who submitted any work which ex-
taking a lead in Human Rela-1 plained their ideas of inser-
tions effort iii Denver Public Schools. The emphasis this, year, is on a city-wide awareness of the problems of corn-
group relations.
Some classes were visited by Sgt. Rebon Blanchard' and Ernie Quintana of Lowry Air
munication within, each school;Force Base who discussed the
building.,and the community it serves.... Bringing the. school.' to the. community and to the home is becoming as important as bringing the. parent to the school,.... , .. .
The week of April 10-14 was declared Human Relations Week at West High and the faculty committee launched a program that extended not only into each classroom, but to
rich contributions of the Negro and ;Hispano cultures with: the students.
Teachers are interested in the many projects that will bring them closer, to the parent so that, home and school can realize a greater degree of cooperation for the student. Many efforts ar being made to help the individual student realize more success.
Garcia was the choice of the Council for this job and was ejivbn approval by DO also, The Coriiicil several times expressed concern to DO that Mr. Garcia was not receiving pay and urged strongly that they speed, up the process, of starting pay to Mr. Garcia. The Council had officially chos en him an February 23rd. As of April 7th Mr. Garcia is. ofn ficially employed with pay as aur Neighborhood Service Center Director.We extend a welcome to tite West Side to him.
At the moment the search for a suitable site for the Center continues since the previously available location at the First Spanish Methodist Church has proved to be inadequate in space.
Next regular meeting of the Westside Action Council will be on April 27 crt 7:30 p.m. at the Auraria Community Center, 1212 Mariposa Street. Everyone is invited and welcome.
Rev. Lapp Appointed Fair Housing Head
The Reverend Mr. Robinson ] G. Lapp a suburban minister with "inner-city", civil" rights experience has* been named the fifsf; executive director of -the Metro Denver Fairj Housing Center./ '504 ifritersta^e Trust Building.' >
Miss' Helen Lucero; who' is active in the- Spanish-American community, and a board member of LARAS A (Latin American Research and Service A-gency), said that the Reverend Mr. Lapp was the personnel committee's unanimous choice over 29 other applicants from throughout the nation for the newly created, full-time position; <
Both Rev. Lapp, and members, of his congregation %aye. beerv volunteers in the Denver Inner City Protestant Parish crt Wesl 9th Avenue and Gefldjpdgo:
Persons interested in help finding, housing throughout the metropolitan area may call 534-6804.
Archbishop Sets Discard Collection
Archbishop Urban J. Vehr has designated Sunday, May 7 as discard collection day for the St. Vincent de Paul Stores. Persons wishing to contribute usable, clothing, shoes and household articles to St. Vincent's are asked to bring them that day to any Catholic church in the Denver area. Heavy pieces will be collected at any time at the donor's home. A St. Vincent's tiiiek pickup may be arranged by calling 244-5503.
West Side Calendar
SPECIAL EVENTS
April 23Mennonite spon-' sored Public Meeting for "The Russians Visit'- story by Frank Peters.
April 24Greenlee School Community. Daycdl day.
April 25WSIA-Lincoln Park Resident Council Mayor and Council Candidates.; Mesting, 7:30 p.m., Auraria Community Center, .1212 Mariposa Street.
April 27 Westside Action Council Meeting, 7:30 pm. at Aurdricr; Community Center, 1212 Mariposa Street.
April £8Auraria- Community Center Open House, 3:00 to 5:30 ; . .7:00 to 9:00 p. nx,
1212 Mariposa Street.
May 4 Resident Council Meeting, Auraria Commuhity Center^ T212 Mariposa, 7:30 jx
Sit - -
-May 7~pr Discard Ooll^ctioa Day for the St Vincent de Paul Storea Donations may be left at any Catholic Churdi.
May 9Denver Coxinty PTA sponsored Board of Education Candidates' Meeting. Public invited, 7:30 p. m. West High School lunchroom.
May 10Greenlee Board of Managers Meeting, 1:30 p.m.
May 11Girls' Club Mother-Daughter. Tea, Mennonite Youth Center.
May 16 Resident Council Bake Sale, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., 1438 Navajo St.
May 17 Greenlee School | Mother-Daughter Tea.


S^age Four
THE RECORDER
April 1967
COMPARE THE BRANDS .
Try the lower priced grade and brands. You may like them as well as more expensive items.
Some stores carry as many as 6 different brands of canned green beans with prices sometimes varying considerably. While quality and cut may differ, nutritional values vary little.
By looking for lowest priced brands in one store, you can savefor example 5 to 7 cents on a 6-ounce can 6f frozen orange juice, a nickel on a can of peas, as much as 20 cents on a pound of bacon.
Be Willing To Switch When The Price Is Right ...
beef or pork liver for calve* liver
poultry and fish for red meats
dry milk for fresh milk
bean, dheeise and egg dishes for meat dishes
cabbage for lettuce
Buy In Quantity .
.Buy in quantity when there/ is a sale and if you've checked! to see that it's, a good buy. !
But be careful! Buy only what you need and can use. I It's notJ a bargain if' the food* is' wasted' or spoils before you can use it
Buy the large can or package only if it fits your fdm-1 ily'sf needsand you have a proper place to store it; .
Figure the cost per ounce, per pound, per serving. Com-! flakesfor example range] from. 2 cents an ..ounce in the, large box to 4 cents an ounce in the individual packs..
Clothing
; Make Do. As winter, nears its end d- and most of your
nlKwifl have. b~
came outgrow;h,convert them .into between-seasCn, garments; %SDA cfefoiig specijalfsts tell hp-w to do it. If the dress has too tighf sleeved;' make it into d sleevdiess model. If the neck fis too small cut off the collar *and- enlarge. Face on the' otit-'side with contrasting fabric. Use this same fabric to lengthen the skirt, Presto, your child will have a practically new dress to greet the new seasonarid one that fits.
Plentiful Foods. Easter may have come and gone, but eggs still hold the spotlight. The U.
S. Department of Agriculture lists them among the featured
items of both' its April and,! May lists of plentiful foods, li Here's-the lineup lor this month and next. April: Eggs, beef, fish, oranges and orange juice, j garpefmit, peanuts and > peanut j products. May: Eggs, orange j juice, beef and potatoes.
Handle Eggs with Care: To protect the high quaity of the eggs you. buy, keep them cold. Avoid leaving them in a hot caror in a hot' kitchen, for that matter-^for any length of time. Extreme, variations in temperature, or lengthy expor sition to high temperature, can lower the quality of eggs.
Which End Up? Eggs should be stored big end up. It keeps the yolks centered, say poultry specialists at title U. S. Department of Agriculture. And here's another tip. Store eggs in the paper carton in which you bought them. The covering retards moisture loss and helps prevent absorption of odors.
Frank Facts. If you want to know the facts, Ma'am, read the label oil the meats you buy. On frankfurters, for example, look for the U. S. Department of Agriculture inspection mark. If the product is produced in a plant selling across State Lines, the mark will be there. It's required by law. The mark guarantees wholesomeness and that not more than 3.5 percent of the-weight of the frank is cereals and/or nonfat dry milk. While some filler may be required to. process the product properly, more filler means less meat for your money. USD A inspection prevents this.
Shopping Tip. Buying let? tuce this week-end? Don't go for the firmest head. It may not be the best. The U. S. Department of Agriculture says a head of iceberg lettuce should be firm but not solidmaybe even a little loose; Also, look for heads with green outer leaves. The greener.the lettuce, the more vitamins you get >
Figure the Percentages. When' buying a mixed bag of lawn seed, don't be confused by the percentages on the package. Figure the size of the seed before you jump to conclusipns. A pound package of mixed lawn seed may contain only 5 percent Kentucky bluegrass, yet in that 5 percent may be nearly 110,000 tiny seeds (each a potential blade of grass). Compare this with the other percentages' in the mix. .Twenty, percent red, fescue will give you l,09,QOjQ..,; seeds. .. Forty percent ryegrass,.,only 90,000, and 30 percent Kentucky 3f, a scant 68,000 seeds. What about the other 5 percent in the package? That's inert materialand possibly a felW weed seeds.
Enlightened. The size of the glass bowl on your lamp pretty much determines1 how big. a bulb you can use, say lighting specialists at the U. S. Department of Agriculture. A bowl with a 6-inch top can take a 100-watt bulb; an 8-in.ch bowl,
150 watts; 9Va inches, 200
watts; 10 inches, 300 watts. Plastic bowls> however, may discolor at this wattage. Use the next smaller size bulb for each of these sizes if your re Sector is plastic.
ChurcE News
St. Cdjetan's
Former Pastor Celebrates Golden Jubilee
On Sunday, April 30, parishioners and friends of St; Caje-tan-'s- Pcnish will take part in a celebration honoring. Reverend Father John Ordiiias; C. RL, oft his golden jubilee to the priesthood.
Born in Spain
Father. Ordinas,. originally from Majorca, Spain, was Ordained in 1917, and there served as Provincial of the Theatihe Community from 1926 until lM.
Being imbued with missionary zeal, Father Ordinas journeyed to the United States where he has given thirty-five years' of dedicated service to furthering the ideals of Christianity. From 1932 to 1954 he served as the acting provincial I for the Theatine Order in the United- States.
Comes To Denver
For several months Father. Ordinas was in residence at St. Cajetan's in Denver before assuming duties as Pastor of St. Augustine's Parish in An-tonito, Colorado.
Upon his- return to Denver in 1936 Father replaced Rev. John Bonet as pastor of St. Cajetan's^For thirty long years, Father Ordinas has generously contributed time, effort, patience, and planning towards the improvement and progress ;of St. Cdjetan's Parish.
School Completed
i Under his leadership, con-; struction of the parish school and convent was completed; It is Father Ordinas who was also responsible for the building of St. Andrew Avellihro Seminary, the training; grounds for the Theatihe priests of tomorrow.
Another step towards advancement came with the establishment of the St. Cdjetan's Parish Credit Union on January 20 1939 which to date has 1265 members. Present assets amount tb more than $300,500.
Celebration Planned
A Solemn High Mass at noon on Sunday, April 30, will mark the beginning of the parish celebration.. All friends and parishioners will join Father Ordinas, in offering this Mass of gratitude ,for the graces and blessings ;of past: years.
. Students of the parish school will then present a program! of musical selections,,- in order., to show their..; appreciation,..! Aq-Father, Ordinas for the fatherly .interest he.;.has- .glways showti in their activities; . .-u*.
Will Visit Spain
On' May 8, Father, will leave for a: three month visit to Spain where he will celebrate his priestly anniversary with his family and: relatives.
To Father John Ordinas we ewe a debt of deepest gratitude for the numerous benefits, both spiritual and temporal, which he has so generously t given to this community. Elizabeth Blea Devoree Clifton Frances Torres Kenneth Kishiyama
First Mennonite
Mother Daughter Tea Planned
The Girls' Club program is better than half over with approximately 6 weeks remaining. The' attendance hers been very regular with; an average attendance of 40; We are planning to end the program on May H with a Mother-Daughter Tea.
of the older girls are md^hg dar§sS& for themselves to wear for Color Day at West High. Severn groups have gone roller skating and one group went swimming. But the favorite project of all age groups seems be. theilr night in the kitchen, with pizzas being. the favorite product!
Clergy On Action Council Meet
I On March 12, 1967, a meei-
I ing was held at the First Men-
| nonite Youth Center of clergy who are working with the Action Councils in the Target areas, as designated by the D. O. These clergy are elected members on the Action Councils and also on the D. O. board downtown. The purpose of their meeting was to determine, "What is our role and responsibility in working with these Action Councils?" In light of the discouragement' of some members of the Action Councils, with some resigning, including some clergy, it seemed important to meet and discuss What it is we want to accomplish and what is our role?"
Students Aid Custodians
In its, efforts to help and encourage students by providing a work experience with pay, West High's counselor, Mr. Rod Anderson, has placed two students to help out- With the janitorial services at First Mennonite atr .no cost to the con-gregation.Because of the heavy use made of the facilities by the Retarded Children's. School with the increased amount.of janitorial Work this entails!, these 'boysshould be able to provide some much needed as-f sistance to the custodians Jan and Chiick Erickson whor^ill supervise .their work. ....Our thanks to West High dh First Ave. Presbyterian
Concert -'Choir. , -%-K
.. On. Sunday night, Abril' 23, 7:30 p. m the Concert Choii of the Abraham- Lincoln High School in Denverdirected by Mr. William .McQueen, will present their. Spring Concert oi Sacred Music.
The sponsors and adults of the... Sunday Evening fellowship program have acted and are making plans to provide a "Hospitality reception" for the Choir following the Concert in the dining room of the Church.
The Recorder is- nOW 'carrying-. classified advertising, at the following rates: 60c per Iiner $1.00 minimum. Box50% extra. Bold face 7Qc a line;
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BYERS LIBRARY AT FAIR
The Denver Public Library had a Book Booth at. the West Side Fair, held at Auraria Com;-, munity Center, April 14 arid! 15. Here is a sampling of useful and practiced titles.
b HOW' TO KEEP HOUSE by Mary Dccvis Gillies
2. SEWING SIMPLIFIED by Ruth Manners >
3. SEW FOR YOUR CHILD by Mary- Johnson
4. THE CASE FOR THE WORKING MOTHER by Dorothy W. Cotton
5. BUILD YOUR OWN MODERN FURNITURE by Klaus Grabe
6. FURNITURE REFJINISH-ING AT HOME by Nina Joyner
7. KNOW YOUR MERCHANDISE by Isabel. Wingate
a 365 WAY'S TO COOK HAMBURGER, by Doyne Nickerson
9?, MAK| ;,IT FOR BABY by Doris. Warren.
"Just for Fun" books for children and adults were on display, too. If you saw books at the Fair you'd like to read, come fo Byers Neighborhood Library to check them out. We'll, be looking for you.
SHOOT DOWN THE MEASLES IN YOUR FAMILY
A measles immunization can save a life
About 400 children die each year from the red meas-5§.- r:"-'
* out of 1,000 boys and girls sick with measles also get 'encephalitis (brain inflammation)---Which can cause deafness 'drid- metitdl retardation.
oifo,fc1 & develop other bad complications such as ^pneumonia, Y- arid ear infections.,; yy-'-yy: $.(: . .y-yi
l brie- of' these bd; your
tfoiid?-. ; '
Measles Vaccine is availd* blel Ask for it at your Doe-taro office or at one of these Clinics:
655' Cheorkee, phone 244-6969, extension 461, 8:3Qf a. m. to 3
p. m. Monday through Friday. #
Family Health. Station, 1178 Mariposa (comer of W. 12th Avenue), phone 623^8782,
9:30 a., m. to. 6 p. m. Monday through Friday (Please make .an, appbfofment so that the Family Health Station can serve you better.)