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VOLUMEN IV NUMERO 10 MEXICAN AMERICAN-EXCHANGING IDEAS NEWS-VIEWS_____NOVIEMBRE 1973
SEEKS INJUNCTION
The class action complaint has now been revised and resubmitted to the Department of the Army and IMAGE is presently seeking an injunction at Pueblo Army Depot until such time that an unbiased investigation on the discriminatory practices and conditions there can be made.
Luciano Ruybalid, secretary of IMAGE, quoted that the P.A.D. is undergoing a reduction in force in which over 200 employees, some of which have 26 years of service and mostly Spanish Surnamed (75%) are being "affected" by the (Reduction in Force). At the same time the P.A.D. is hiring new employees that are mostly anglo, 76 employees have been hired, quoted Ruybalid and only 18 hired have been Chicanos. This proves beyond a doubt that the Equal Employment Opportunity Program at the P.A.D. is meaningless and ineffective. Attorneys at law in Denver are working with IMAGE in trying to get the
IMAGE
injunction at the Federal District Court level. If the injunction can be obtained, the Army Depot should not be able to hire or fire employees until an analysis shows whether what the Depot is legal and proper. Other officers of IMAGE said that all we want is to see the Depot be fair in their hiring and promotional practices and to see the Equal Employment Opportunity Program be implemented fully.
Ruybalid said: "We, of IMAGE, are constantly probing for information and we are gathering valuable facts to be useful in reminding the public of the actual fraud that takes place at our installation.” He further added: "Army Material Command (AMC).continuosly ignores the many problems encountered by Chicanos along with the Civil Service Commission (CSC). Quoting Ralph in his book. Whistle Blowing, Nader says, "In most cases, the Civil Service Commission Districts will Continued on Page 8
Citizen Groups Issue Report
The Review and Recommendations Committee announced today that it had completed its work and forwarded copies of its recommendations to Dr. Lee Williamson and the members of the District 60 Board of Education. The Committee was formed last May by Dr. Lee Williamson to review recommendations made by community groups after the disturbances at East and Centennial High Schools last January. The task for the group was to compile recommendations made by various community groups in an attempt to help solve the problems in the District 60 schools.
Between February and May several citizens groups made Continued on Page 4
The ECO Newspaper is published monthly in an effort to reach both the minority community in Southern Colorado who speak iind read Spanish and those who have interest in news of the Spanish community.
Eco Publication, a division of MAYA Enterprises proudly anounces the expansion of its bi-lingual newspaper, formerly called ECO. The present intentions of Eco Publications are to make this journal a more effective and a more professional newspaper. The steps which have been taken to insure this change include, first of all, a change in the title from simply ECO to EL ECO MAYA, which in English means The Mayan Echo. In line with the title
begining this month, this periodical changfe of the newspaper will be carrying a regular article on the history of the Mayan Indians. Also beginning with this issue the EL ECO MAYA Newspaper has added a monthly Editorial comment and an introduction to the (Letters-to-the-Editor) column. The newspaper has expanded its social notes into a full-page section.
In addition to these announced changes the newspaper, El Eco Maya, will continue to run local news items relevant to Mexican-American and articles describing Mexican social and cultural events. Each month the paper features an article about a prominent Mexican-Americans from the local Colorado
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community. Finally, it includes informational articles about helpful service agencies such as: M.A.S.A.; S.E.R.; (Jobs for
Progress); IMAGE; Denver's West Side Action Center and many others.
As well as increasing the quality of the newspaper, ECO Publication has also increased the circulation of EL ECO MAYA Circulation of the paper has been 5,000 copies per month, distributed free of charge, mainly in Pueblo & Walsenburg, Colorado, with some circulation in Denver and the San Luis valley.
In August of this year, the circulation of the paper increased to 10.000 copies per month.-
Continued on Page 2
The people of Colorado have ample reasons to observe Thanksgiving in the true holiday spirit this year.
Mexican Americans, particularly people born in Mexico, find themselves with one more reason than their contemporaries for being thankful. They consider Thanksgiving Day a blessed bonus included in the package of U.S. citizenship.
Thankful Americans can also point with pride to the fact that their most distinctive national holiday happens to have a bi* cultural origin. Although the
history book does not say it, among the Indians and English colonists celebrating the first Thanksgiving holiday it is possible that the forfathers of what was to be the American people were then a minority.
Be that as it may have been. The important thing is that their thanking God together for an abundant harvest then and every Thanksgiving Day thereafter, by grateful generations, seems to be an event well received and recognized by HIM.
It is also worthy of mention Continued on Page 4
Beautiful autumn weather and Halloween provided an ideal opportunity for these young goblins and spooks to romp about at Minnequa Park. Pueblo enjoyed ideal weather while youngsters went on “trick or treat" adventures all over town.
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The circulation of the newspaper is scheduled to increase again to 15,000 copies, as of the December issue, 1973. The newspaper, EL ECO MAYA, is also widening its distribution geographically, w'th plans to increase circulation first in Denver, next in the San Luis Valley area and finally in Colorado Springs. Eventually then, EL ECO MAYA will be the largest and best Spanish-American Newspaper in all of Colorado.
It is a well-known fact that there are a large number of Mexican-Americans in most Colorado communities in relation to their total population. It is also well known that a certain amount of misunderstanding and even mistrust exists between the Hispanos and the English-speaking community. We of MAYA Enterprises are hopeful that this publication, EL ECO MAYA, will continue to open the doors of communication and serve as a genuine cultural bridge between the Mexican-American and the rest of the community. Even more than this, it is hoped that this journal can serve as a catalyst to change old line thinking which has led to stereotypes and bigotry on both sides. ECO Publications is hopeful that it can help to create a new feeling of mutual respect between peoples as fellow Americans working together to help each other.
At present, about 60% of the readership of this newspaper is Spanish-speaking, in which bilingual advertising has been found to be most effective. In the future, due to its increasing Continued on Page 10

Essabido que hay un numeroso grupo de Mexico-Americanos, en la mayor parte de las comuni-dades de Colorado, en relacion con la populacidn total existente. Es tambien, bien sabido que existe una gran cantidad de mal entendimiento, y muchas veces al grado de llegar a extremos de violencia entre Hispanos y Anglo-sajones.
Nosotros en Maya Enterprises abrigamos la esperanza de que nuestra publicacion "EL ECO MAYA” continue abriendo las puertas de comunicacion y siga sirviendo como un puente cultural. entre los Mexico-Americanos y el resto de la comunidad. Al mismo tiempo un medio que nos una, si no en cultura, en hermandad y convivir en comun acuerdo, con una nueva filosofia en el avance de los tiempos modernos.
Por los ultimos seis anos de su iniciacion, cuando por primera vez se publico la primera revista, gracias a personas que desintere-sadamente donaron parte de su tiempo y conocimiento en pro de una causa noble. Cabe men-cionar parte de ese groupo que por asi decirlo lograron dar vida
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The reasons for my decision to run for City-Council re-election are many. The primary reason remains the same as the one I've always had. And that is my real concern for the people.
Pueblo is a beautiful city. It has proven ot be a good home for its citizens. When I came into office four years ago, this home, this city of Pueblo, was being threatened. It was facing a variety of problems that were not only seemingly unsolvable but were having a direct and adverse affect on the citizens and the basic economy of this City.
The people of this community were trying to cope with unpaved streets, antiquated and often useless sewer systems, inadequate recreational facilities, transportation problems, a stagnating economy, and a host of other problems that were, collectively, affecting the quality of life in Pueblo.
I am very proud and extremely pleased with the fact that all of the above named problems have found a solution during the past four years.
Granted that each of the problems have not been completely solved, but the solutions have been found, the necessary money has been provided, and work has been started and in some cases completed.
This has been no small task. . Problems of thi$;nature can con-sume’-a - lot -of'''tax dollars, K especially, in'"this tiifrti®* of run-away inflation. We all know that everything costs more these days, but by carefull and judicious use of the tax dollar, the City of Pueblo is paying its way, solving its problems, staying in the black - ALL WITHOUT A TAX INCREASE. I might add that this was managed with a THREE MILL REDUCTION IN PROPERTY TAXES since I've been in office.
I have seen Pueblo evolve from the forgotten city to the South to become a real leader in the State of Colorado. The cities up north are now coming to us for help. Pueblo has suddenly become the most sensible, pollution free, exciting city along the whole Front Range.
This City of ours is right on the brink of something great. And its happening right now. But our new image, our new growth, our new people are bringing new problems. And right now is the time to address these new forces, both economic and social.
I'm proud of my role of problem-solving in the past - I want the opportunity to bring these skills to bear now on the problems of the future.
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Mr. McCurine says that he wants to do something for the community but that his accomplishments depend upon what the community wants.
He has 26 years of experience in various administrative posts with public agencies.
Chosen from more than 30 applicants. He will direct five social action programs with a total funding of about $400,000 this year.
McCurine, a native of Chicago, is the first person to be named as a permanent program manager for the poverty program since Joe A. Espinoza was forced to resign during a total reorganization of the program. His duties are many and he must maintain the program which still has many past haunting problems.
These problems include two prior program restructures from "War On Poverty” to "Community Action Agency" and finaliy to a local reorganization, now titled CO-OP.
Many resignations occurred and dissatisfaction with the adminis-tration.under the PCAA, which almost led to a complete termination of the program. But Mc-Curjne says that he has weathered suqh problems in .Chicago programs for the poor and has since seen many improvements in poor communities through federally funded proarams.
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William McCurine says that the means of success of any program that aids the poor is participation. "What I want for the community is what the community wants for itself,' said McCurine.
One of the biggest part of McCurines job is that of securing more funds and other resources. He claims that about $200,000 could generate about $2 million in services to the entire community.' He also forseeS raising staff salaries and hiring more "competent and able people who have dedication and come frpm the community. Mr* Mc-Cbrine also said that he has his eye on saving as much money for the program as possible in an effort to build community' services. He added, “I’m certain-
ly no miracle man. People must understand that it is they (the poor and the community atlarge) that have to do something for themselves and be willing to commit a little time or effort or participation at some level even if it is for just 10 minutes.” McCurine started out in community work with the Chicago Boys’Club. He instructed and later. acted as an exexecutive director.
He has served as an area supervisor for the Chicago Housing Authority and later to become its project manager.
Recently his duties were that of directing the citizens participation-division of community action programs for the Department of Development and Planning.., A
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THANKSGIVEN
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that this year Thanksgiving coincides with the tenth anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. This must not sadden us. JFK would not have approved of anyone mouring on Thanksgiving Day.
On his last Thanksgiving proclamation, prepared only a few days before leaving Washington on that fateful November 1963 trip to Dallas. President Kennedy wrote:
“Let us proclaim our gratitude to Providence for the manifold blessings ... let us be humbly thankful for inherited ideals . .. and let us resolve to share those blessings and ideals with out less fortunate fellow human beings throughout the world..."
By Joaquin Diaz
CITIZEN GRUPS-
Continued from Page 1
recommendations to the School concerning the problems at the schools. Dr. Williamson asked each group to send representatives to meet and find areas of agreement among the recommendations. He assured the group that action would be taken by the Board after the work of the citizens committee was completed.
The titles of the recommendation include:
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- individualized instruction for all students
- a moratorium on IQ tests and more extensive use of diagnostic tests for students^learningnevels
- chicano studies classes at all grade levels1
- use of teacher duty periods in ,fiigh schools tor tutoring
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In a letter addressed to the Pueblo Army Depot by Commander Robert R.Bechtelheimer USN, Chairman of Logistics Systems Policy Committee 4-73 within the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for installations and Logistics, Washinton , D.C., six (6) Pueblo Army Depot executives were commended for their support and expertise. The executives were specifically cited for their response to a visit of the committee at the depot August 27-30, 1973. The task of committee is the development of a prototype Department of Defense Standard Warehousing and shipping Automated System.
Cmdr. Bechtelheimer advised that the visit to the depot was made most worthwhile by the depot staff. Those cited were Willie Lucero, 39 Dick Trefz LTC Jerry W. Betts, PAD Qtrs Tony Spinuzzi, 2624 Poplar St Dave N. Keys, 816 Alpine; Dave Granquist, 19 Dundee Lane; and Robert Whitmore, 1702 Ogden Ave.
The letter was endorsed through channels to the depot executives by Col. William P. Hooker, the depot commander.
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gTdTS^Sff^^^Cul^^^qf new feacners ;- hiring of an equal employment officer for District 60
- increase in the number of Chicano guidance teachers and counselors
- a report by the School Board to the public or its plan to hire minority teachers, administrators, non-teaching staff
- in-service training sessions for all teachers on understanding of Chicano students
- inclusion of parents or expulsion panels
- notes sent home by the school in Spanish and English
The Committee has adopted the “Equal Educational Opportunities Policy and Guidelines Statement" published by the Colorado Department of Education as its underlying philosophy and guide in its deliberations. The statement says in part: "Public education is committed philosophically to the respect for cultural and racial plurality as a significant value in our American way of life. Students need to develop positive, personal and cultural identies which will enhance their self-concepts thereby assisting them to merge successfully into the mainstream of American Society. Such a commitment in practice."
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29th. Anniversar
The second of October was a memorable and very happy day for Mr. & Mrs. Ramon Valencia who live at 76 Dick Trefz here in Pueblo. Colorado.
A dinner was given to them in honour of the occasion at the home of their daughter Mrs. Vicky Santos. All but one of their children, Theresa who lives in Decator, III., were there to celebrate with their parents.
The Valencias were married in Raton. New Mexico and honeymooned in Mexico. They then made their home in La Junta Colorado and began to raise their family. They lived in La Junta for nineteen years and raised a family of 10, four boys and 6 girls. They are Theresa 28. Robert 27. Vicky 26, Connie 25, Sara 24, Christine 21, Arthur 20. Anthony 19, Veronica 16 and Rick 14. They also have 4 grandchildren, Stacy Jack, Shannon Valarde, Eddie Muro Jr., and John Santos Jr..
Ramon was born on May 20, 1920 in Guadalajara, Jalisco. Mexico. Margaret Valencia was born April 3, 1925 in La Junta , Colorado and she herself is one of twenty-four children and is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Paul Mascarenas of Colorado Springs , Colorado.
Ramon and Margaret are two very lovely, warm and kind hearted people. They enjoy dancing and they’re both excellent cooks.
We at ECO would like to extend our congradulations and wish them all the happiness now and in the future years to come.
Ms. Wanda M. Schmitz and Mr. Joe R. Padilla announced their intent to marry in a most "Romantic" setting, a formal dinner party on the patio of the Holiday Inn, in Rome, Italy. Both Wanda and Joe traveled to Rome with the Apollo Home Care Products, Co., with which they work part-time, to attend a General Training School. The occasion of the formal dinner was to celebrate the opening of the Italian branch of Apollo. There were about 250 persons from the Apollo, Co. in attendance at the dinner.
Mr. Padilla is an aero-space engineer employed at the Martin Marietta Co., of Denver, Colorado. Ms. Schmitz is the Sales & Distribution Manager of El Eco Maya Newspaper of Pueblo, Colorado. The couple is planning to be married after the first of the year.
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Miss Elizabeth "Liz" Smith became the bride of Antonio Orlando DeLara on September the 29th in a "Mexican Style" evening mass where the manguerna and the golden coins were used. The exchanging of vows also took place at St. Francis Church before the Rev. Walter J. Smigiei.
The parents of the couple are Mr. & Mrs. Silvie Smith of 1539 Pine St and Mrs. Delores Jimenez of 511 Bay State.
The honor attendent and best man were Grace and Mattias Cruz of Trinidad. Colorado.
Bridesmaides and groomsmen were Mr. & Mrs. Nita and Ernie Barrios and Mr. & Mrs. Dorthy and Milton Pacheco.
David Barrios was the ring boy and DeeAnn Cruz was the little flower girl.
A reception and dance was held at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Mrs. Jody Aguilera was in charge of the guest book and Miss Carol Smith received the gifts.
Toni and Liz are both graduates from Central High School and Toni is employed by the CF&l Steel Corp.
The DeLara’s honeymooned in Denver and now reside at 1026 Berkley.

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Es exagerado decir que nada caracteriza a un pais como su cocina. La cocina es un aspecto de la vida colectiva, cierto que importantisimo, pero no impre-scindible para el esquema de la personaiidad de las naciones. Receiben estas, sin duda, su estilo y su genio de actividades mas altas que las cocina, como el arte o la industria, e incluso hay pueblos insignes que se caracter-izan por la simplicidad de su cocina, practicamente por su ausencia, en el sentido de nutrirse con alimentos que no exigen apenas preparacion o tan aolo la preparacion esquematica de sacarlos de sus latas y de sus latas y de sus sobres aisladores y, a lo sumo, someterlos a un breve paso por la estufa, sin la estufa, sin la larga y sabia serie de transformaciones que supone la palabra “cocina”, palabra casi tan grave como la palabra “tradicion” y a veces imposible de separar de ella.
En este sentido, como expresion genuina dela tradicional.es claro que la cocina resume muchos sentidos profundos de las vivencias populares. Anotemos, ante todo, que, en general, los pueblos de gran sentido artistico, como son los mediterraneos, po-seen excelente cocina, mientras que los pueblos preferentemente industriales solo exhiben modos de alimentacion de notoria sencillez. Otra observacion que casi repite la anterior es la de que las cocinas suculentas son propias de pueblos viejos, mientras que los pueblos jovenes apenas pueden llamarse, por su falta de gracia; cocina. Esta observacion repite la primera por-que la capacidad para la creacion artistica y para sentirla como un hecho natural y no como el hombre individual, tarda mucho tiempo en aprender ambas cosas: comer bien y a emocionarse de un modo en-tranable y natural por la belleza creada.
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With language, religion and customs at odds, with the dominant society, the Mexican remained culturally and econom-

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The Spanish speaking of today is first and formost a committed and loyal American, but his desperate struggle to educate himself, and to find a better job, is a constant reminder of his cultural disadvantage. Attitudes rooted in the nineteenth century pecsist and perpetuate a dilemma which is not easily resolved, and our dynamic economic growth is only leaving the Spanish speaking further behind.
SER was designed by the major Spanish speaking organizations organizations to break down the cultural and economic barriers to full employment for the Spanish speaking of the nation by invoivingtheSpanish speaking themselves in the effort. SER is staffed exclusively with bilingual, bicultural personnel who are not only well qualified in their respective specialties, but whose experience and motivation make them cognizant and adept at dealing with cultural difference. By developing and administering manpower programs in this manner, effective gains are already being made.
The baSic thrust of the SER activities is,to assist the disadvantaged - to improve the quality of their lives, primarily through manpower and related programs designed to upgrade educational and vocational skills, and to open career opportunities in employment.
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Better Understanding Through Communication
The Executive Task Force Committee is a group of representatives from concerned major businesses in the Rocky Mountain Region assembled for the purpose of furthering the economic development of the minority business community. The main thrust of the Committee’s work is the write contracts between its member companies and minority businessmen.
The E.T.F.C. is in no way a charitable organization. Member companies offer technical assistance and will do business with competitive minority suppliers.
Minority vendors have been invited to speak at E.T.F.C. meetings to describe their businesses and to give their reactions to dealing .with large firms. The .Executive Task Force Committee wants minority business to know that it exists, and the members of the Committee want minority businessmen to come to their respective companies and let them know what goods and services their businesses offer.
EXECUTIVE TASK FORCE COMMITTEE MEMBERS: NOVEMBER 1973
Mr. Bob Jensen
Director, Denver Regional Office McKee, Berger, Mansueto, Inc. 3913 E. Exposition Avenue Denver, Colorado 80209
Mr. Bill Farley
Personnel Director, Colo. & Wyo. Sears & Roebuck 2375 E. First Avenue Denver, Colorado 80217 892-8700
Mr. John Smethurst Purchasing Manager Hewlett-Packard 815 SW 14th St.
Loveland, Colorado 80537 667-5000 Ext. 2393
Mr. Bill Bray,
Purchasing Manager Honeywell Test Instruments Div. P.O. Box 5227 Denver, Colorado 80217 771-4700 Ext. 418
Mr. Don Brehahl,
Plant Manager Sundstrand Corporation 2480 West 70th Avenue Denver, Colorado 80221 428-3636 Ext. 251
Mr. Sid Mills,
Purchasing Manager Great Western Sugar P.O. Box 5308 Denver, Colorado 80217 893-4670
Samsonite, Luggage Div.
11200 East 45th Avenue Denver, Colorado 344-7351
Mr. Leroy Herdt Mountain Bell 930 15th Street Denver, Colorado, 80202
Mr. James W. Reed Marketing Consul Col. Econ. Dev. Assoc. Denver, Colorado.
Mr. William Gardner Purchasing Manager Public Service of Colorado.
Mr. Bill Conard Purchasing Director Adolph Coors Company Golden, Colorado 80401 279-6565
Mr. Vern Brett Small Business Officer Martin-Marietta Corporation P.O. Box 2371 Denver, Colorado 794-5211 Ext. 7459
Mr. Bob Giezewski,
Regional Director, Purchasing Western Electric Co.
111 Havana
Aurora, Colorado 80010 343-2730
Mr. Bill Harger Purchasing Manager Dow Chemical P.O. Box 888 Golden, Colorado 80401 494-3311 Ext. 2983


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The ECHO of the MAYA
By: JAMES W. REED
The echo of the Maya is a stirring reflection of time portraying the pathway of an immense journey begun by men and peoples long ago. Such reflection is one of people seeking identification but maintaining individuality, demanding respect yet maintaining humility, promoting change, yet building a future and creating a culture more different and varied and beautiful than what has gone before.
The echo of the Maya speaks of deep culture heritages ringing equally of forces which are bringing many peoples' of different outlook together for the construction of a new temple of human understanding, acceptance, and social advancement.
The Mayan echo reflects unification of men and ideas and the courage of those who dare view the future as displayed for evolution. For reflect that
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the nature of the Universe loves nothing so much as changing things and that everything which exists is in a way a seed of what will be. For time is like a river running of events wherein the passage those things which follow are aptly fitted to those which have gone before. There is connection, but no enforced order, as all things are arranged harmoniously together, so that things which come into existance keep not merely a succession, but contain a certain wonderful relationship. Veritably, change can come swiftly as a river torrent or pass as a gentle fiow lending sustenance to life. Since time cares not about the interval, man must choose.
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Beverly Hills Ricardo Montalban, famous motion screen actor, was the guest speaker at a Beverly-Hilton Hotel luncheon sponsored by SER-JOBS FOR PROGRESS. INC to honor some of the national business corporations for making SER the success it is today.
Ricardo Zazueta, SER National Director, acknowledged without the support of business SER would not have been nearly as successful as it is today.
Montalban paid tribute to SER for providing opportunities in job training to the Spanish speaking segment of Americans and for changing the stereo type image of the Mexican Americans. Montalban pointed out one of the problems that bothers him about the motion picture industry.
• ‘One of the things that bothered me enormously was that through the motion and television screen an image has been perpetrated in the eyes of the American public and the world at large that is ludicrous. There, are two extremes. On the one extreme, we have two types: one is the ambulont. lazy, uneducated peon and the other one is the bandit, forever the bandit."
Montalban went on to say, ". . .from the bandit there is a long vacuum and thqn here rises the latin lover, which is as ridiculous as the image of the..bandit."
PRE6UNTAS PRACTICAS Y DIFICILES CONTESTADAS
^Cree Ud. en los matrimonios mixtos?
Supongo que “matrimonios mixtos" significa el matrimO' nio de una persona con versa con otra inconversa.” Si esto es asi, la Biblia prohibe explicitamente tales matrimonios en- 2a. Corintios 6:14, tal como se cita en la respuesta a la pregunta anterior. La persona convertida que se casa con otra inconvertida desobedece las ensenanzas claras de la Palabra de Dios. Sin duda muchos lo hacen por ignorancia,. pero esto no los justifica.
Si el termino significa el matrimonio de un bianco con un negro, o de personas de nacionalidad muy distinta, como por ejemplo un chino con una americana o una inglesa, yo tampoco tengo confianza en estas uniones. Seria diffcil ha* liar un texto de la Biblia que lo prohiba de un modo espe-cifico, pero es mas que probable que el tal matrimonio haya de acarrear sufrimiento a los hijos bajo las presentes con-diciones de la sociedad humana. Su situacion se hace casi intolerable y vienen a ser conculcadas las palabras de Jesus: “Todas las cosas que quisierais que los hombres hiciesen con vosotros, asi tambien haced vosotros con ellos” (Mateo 7: 12). Cuando los esposos estan separados por diferendas extremas 'de nacionalidad, su matrimonio los puede llevar a tales fricciones que dificulten y aun impidan que puedan ser ampliamente usados para Cristo.
Si la pregunta se refiere a los matrimonios entre -catolicos y protestantes, es praetkamente seguro que el tal matrimonio ha de ser desgraciado. Ambos pueden ser verdaderos ere-yentes en Cristo Jesus, pero las diferendas entre ellos son tan radicales que el matrimonio entre los dos ha de dar lugar por necesidad a friccion e incomprension. Esto es asi de un modo espedal cuando hay hijos y es necesario pro-ceder a su education. Si los dos no pueden llegar a unificar sus puntos de vista en las cuestiones fundamentales que diferencian a los catolicos y a los protestantes antes de su boda, mejor que no se casen.
^Sanciona la Biblia el matrimonio entre primos?
No hay ninguna orden explidta en la Biblia que prohiba el matrimonio entre primos, pero es conocido el hecho de que de la union de parientes proximos resultan grandes peligros fisicos. Si hay aiguna tara familiar hereditaria se acentua en los hijos de parientes proximos. Por ejemplo, en algunos distritos de Nueva Escocia, y en otros paises donde hay frecuente matrimonio de parientes, han resul-tado muchos hijos idiotas y degenerados en otros sentidos. Ciertamente la Biblia no acoriseja el que dos personas se casen cuando el fruto del matrimonio venga gravado con peligros tan grandes. A
"We must change this image in Hollywood because it affects all of us the rich, the poor and all of Latin America.” Montalban said that SER is doing something to change this image in the area of employment by providing the training necessary to develop individual ability.
Montalban concluded that ."goodness,or badness in not the exclusive quality of any one people in the world."
Daniel Galvan, SER National Board Chairman presented six lwards to national corporations for "recognizingSER's efforts to enhance the socio-economic endeavors of the Spanish speaking." and "for outstanding service and performance in the area of equal employment. opportunities for Spanish1 speaking Americans."
The wards went to American Telephone & telegraph, International Business Machines, TRW Systems Group, General Telephone Company, Rockwell International, arid Lockheed Aircraft Corporation. SER expects to award Arco-Atlantic

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SER celebrated it's 7th anniversary on June 10, 1973. "SER came into esistence throughtthe efforts of farsighted individuals of two great Spanish speaking organizations, the American G.l. Forun, and the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC).
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not rule against agencies in matters relating to hiring and other discriminatory practices.” Ruybalid said that this is exactly what has transpired at the P.A.D.
"P.A.D. Management officials constantly boast of ‘Hiring the Handicapped’ yet very recently an employee from Fort Carson tried to transfer to the Pueblo Army Depot (Spanish Surnamed) and he was denied employment because of a back injury,” Archuleta said. Ruybalid added: "And of the expensive and energetic Sick leave Program conducted at the Pueblo Army Depot in which costs are enormous is surely a fraud. Many who abuse their Sick Leave are being grantee monetary awards for Outstanding Performances. Such underhanded practices are too obvious and unjust to go unpunished and such act of fraud will be eliminated, or at the very least, alleviated. This can be done or should be made Public like it was .done in the Watergate incident and at the Colorado State Penitentiary. “P.A.D. definitely needs to be unbiasley investigated," Ruybalid said.


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Miss Priscilla Martinez, a secretary within the directorate for supply at the Pueblo Army Depot has accepted a secretarial position in the Pood Stamp Division of the Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. She is scheduled to report there for duty on October 23. Her last duty day at the depot is October 12. She has served as secretary to the director for supply for the past four years.
She was hired by the depot in October 1956 and had served prior to her assignment in supply as a secretary to the Provost Marshal and chief of supply weapons division. She had also served as a clerk-typist and stock control clerk at the depot. Miss Martinez had been the recipient of two outstanding performance ratings, four cash awards (1 $200, 2 $150, and 1 $100) and many letters of commendation and appreciation. In community activities she has been a member of the U.S. Naval Reserve for 10
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years and has performed active duty for training at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center, in Michigan; the Memphis Naval Air Station, Tenessee; Treasure Island, California; San Diego, California; Long Beach, California; North Folk, Virginia; and Jacksonvill, Flordia. She tentatively is considering becoming aff ilated with the Naval Reserves in the Washington, D.C. area after her transfer. Miss Martinez resides in Pueblo at 109 Idaho.
DESIDERATA...
Camina placido entre el ruido y la brisa y piensa en la paz quo sa puede encontrar en el silencio.
En cuanto sea posible y sin rendirte manten buenas relaciones con todas las personas.
Enuncia tu verdad de una manera serena y clara
Y escucha a losdemas incluso al torpe e ignorante
tambien ellos tienen su propia historia.
Esquiwa la personas ruidosas y agresivas. - -
pues son un fastidio para el espiritu.
Si te comparas con los demas te volveras
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puef’Siefrijir£‘hi4BfSlpel’%tM8iltfias “lit grandes y ' , .SOI";', »;q 'v' i'rt
mas pequorias que tu.
Disfruta de tus exitos lo mismo que de tus planes
manten el enteres in tu propia carrera por humilde que sea
ella es un verdadero tesoro en el fortuito combi,ir de los tiempos.
Se cauto en tus negocios pues el mundo
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Hay muchas personas que se
esfuezan por
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En especial no finjas el afecto y no seas cinico en el amor
pues en medio de todas la salideces
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es perenne como la yerba.
Acata docilmente el consijo de los anos abandonando con donaire las cosas de la juventud
Cultiva la firmeza del espiritu para que te proteja en las adversidades repentinas muchos terrores nacen de la fatiga y la soledad.
Sobre una sana discipline se benigno contigo mismo
tu eres una criatura del universo no menos que las plantas y las estrellas tienes derecho a existir
Y sea que te resulte claro o no indudablemente el universo-march® como debiera.
Por eso, debes estar en paz con Dios cualquiera que sea tu idea de EL y sean cualesquiera tus trabajos y asperaciones
conserve la paz con tu alma en la bulliciosa confusion de la vida.
Aun con toda su farsa, penalidades y suenos fallidos el mundo es todavia hermoso se cauto, esfuerzate oor se feliz. —
Roy Archuleta Reports ECO
Officers of IMAGE (Incorporated Mexican American Government Employees) expressed discontent with the U.S. Civil Service Commission and the manner in which the Commission handled a class action complaint filed July of 1972. The original complaint charged that P.A.D. management officials monopolized the higher and more prestigious positions despite the fact that the depot gmployges, nym^e1r>4£(,5%,Span ish S.urria^tiec(p l^cyM-h I ^Ij^G^,.. Preside iijt, Roy Archuleta,, ’referred back to a letter from William H. Rima, Jr., Director of Denver Region, U.S. Civil Service Commission whereby the Commission indicated that they would first conduct a survey at Pueblo Army Depot prior to taking action on the class action complaint. A summary of the survey was furnished to IMAGE on October 4, 1973, in which the Commission portrays an idealistic picture of the depot. Archuleta stated that the Commission has whitewashed the matter by mentioning only the management’s viewpoints and not mentioning the problems of the Spanish Surnamed. Archuleta also stated that the analysis fails to mention what action the Commission will take on the class action complaint. “They are totally ignoring the matter", Archuleta said.
Volunteers In Probation Services is a "new” answer to the very old problem of keeping young people out of state correctional institutions. It is a plan to extend the services of the probation department beyond the office of the probation officer into the community where ordinary citizens volunteer to act as probation counselors to one probationer.
The idea of using volunteers in courts was popular in the United States in the 19th century and is widely used in many European countries today. Only recently, however, has the idea been revived in America. This has been primarily due to the efforts of one young judge in Royal Oak, Michigan, Keith Leenhouts, who felt his friends should be helping the young people coming before his bench. These men launched a campaign to recruit others to serve as volunteer probation counselors, and the idea rapidly spread to other courts.
Because the volunteer is expected to spend more time with the probationer than is normally possible by the regular probation officer, there is an opportunity for genuine trust and friendship to be developed. Often the volunteer is in a position to act as advocate in the probationer’s interest and relationships that are “rehabilitative” and "behavior changing” in nature result.
Applications are available at the Juvenile Probation office, 10th and Grand, Room 309, for those interested in becoming volunteer probation counselors. An^ interview is then arranged and the program is explained in detail. Training and orientation to the court system is accomplished in three evening sessions, and the volunteer is then ready to be assigned his or her probationer.
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Other opportunities offered under the DEP program are that an applicant may choose the technical training or unit of choice desired from available lists. In some instances, the dual option of training and travel may be selected. The unit of choice may be located within the continental United States or overseas. The selections are guaranteed in writing before an applicant enlists.
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Earn Cash Awards At PAD
Sixteen employees of the directorate for supply at the Pueblo Army Depot divided

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$2,450.00 in cash awards on October 4. The awards, based on performance of duties, were presented by Carl S. Multer, Jr., 2319 Elizabeth, acting director for supply.
Receiving both certificates of outstanding performance and $200.00 cash awards each for sustained superior performance were: Mrs. Elizabeth LaVan,
2000 Peakview Drive; Mrs. Helen L. Wilson, Fowler; and Mrs. Ida Farbo, 2510 5th Ave. Receiving an outstanding certificate and $150.00 cash award of sustained performance was Leo Meehan, Avondale. Receiving a certificate for outstanding performance was Louie Garcia, 2117 Sherwood Lane.
Receiving $200.00 for sustained superior performance was Mrs. Charlotte Pettus, 3008 Woodland Avenue and receiving $150.00 each for the same award were: Manuel R. Martines, 303 Portland; Sam N.. Kostos, 837 East Evans; Cliofes Gallegos, 1714 E. Ash ; Moses Valdez 2208 E. 12th St.; Anacieto Rodriguez, 1427 East 3rd Street: Maximino Rivera, Boone; Richard Henkel, 14 MacGregor; Conrad Lopez, Rocky Ford; Ralph Haney, Fowler; and Marcus Duran 1661 Genes St.
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circulation, the newspaper will be reaching more Spanish-speaking peoples, as well as more people in general. Thus, ECO Publications encourages more regular bi-lingual advertising in an effort to build business relations between the two communities.
ECO Publications also seeks the support of our readers by their continued patronage of our advertisers. Businessmen like to know that their advertisements are being seen and read by the people in the community. Therefore, we of ECO Publication ask the readers of this newspaper to mention "I saw your Ad in EL ECO MAYA” whenever you visit a business which has its ad in this paper.
EL ECO MAYA, also asks for the support of its readers through the purchase of yearly subscriptions. In this way, EL ECO MAYA, can build an independent base from which we can print more relevant news and articles and reach more interested people.
Only if we are successful can we be effective. Then and only then can EL ECO MAYA serve as the communication link between our minority community and the general populous as we have outlined above. By working together we can help reduce inequities in the social system and build in their place,, a stronger Colorado Economy.
Ernesto Barrios,
Editor
Introduction to Letters to the lEditor Column
As part of our effort to make this publication a more professional and relevant•' journaf^E L - ECO.MAVA would like to encourage members of the Mexican-American and the general community to send in your Letter-to-the-Editor.
We would like your opinion on on how we, as journalists, can be a more effective voive in the Mexican-American community, and in promoting better relations between Mexican-Americans and the rest of the population. If you have a comment on these issues, or on any other issue, please drop a line to: ECO Publications P.O. Box 2024 Pueblo, Colorado 81004
We are interested in feedback on articles or issues you have seen or would like to see in EL ECO MAYA.
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de la nada un algo que hasta la fecha ha podido subsister, y ahora mas que nunca escalar con mas firmesa, haefa unfuturo mejor.
Gonzalo y Yolanda Barrios, en el parte editorial, el Sr. Joaquin Diaz, corresponsal y con una valiosa cooperacion, desde su iniciacion hasta estos momen-tos; Dr. Ninahualpa, Profesor Duron Robles, Sr. Jose Gomez, Sra. Fedorenco, Sr. Fresnillo, Sra. Sabina (Nita) Barrios, etc. Otras mas personas, las cuales como parte integral, fueron dando forma, cada vez mas v mas.
Como duefto de dicha publicacion, he^ logrado archibar en mi corazon un carino grande, por todos aquellos que desfilaron uno a uno, por esos momentos de tristezas y tiempos bastante duros, desvelos y horas intensas de trabajo. Es facil, para aquellos que no conocen la mecanica de armar una publicacio'n (buena o mala) criticar negativamente, sin calcular el medio y las circun-stancias de su produedon.
Quiero hacer entasis en men-cionar abiertamente una com-panera, que con su lealtad de buena esposa, secretaria, tesorera, etc., me ha dado fuerza suficiente hasta la fecha para continuar adelante. Sabina (Nita) Robles de Barrios, cada palabra y en general cada articulo, sea en ingles o espanol ha pasado por sus manos. Seguimos siendo un pequeno grupo, los que compo nemos nuestra publicacion, pero con la ayuda de Uds. lectores... creceremos!
Un 60% de nuestros lectores son de habla Hispana o desen-dencia Mexicana, en los cuales se ha dejado ver, que la publi-cidad bilingiie es mas efectiva para nuestros patrocinadores.
Agradecemos por anticipado que al patrocinar a nuestros anunciantes, mencionen cuantas veces les sea posible haber visto su anuncio en "EL ECO MAYA’ solo as! nos sera menos dificil el continuar nuestra publicacion -sino, que por el contrario ayu-dara a agrandar la circulacion mas anuncios, mas lectores y masnuestro mensaje cultural sera propagado de generacion engen-eracion.
Nos esmeramos cada vez en que nuestro anuncios lleben el mensaje en las dos idiomas y hacer patente a nuestros clientes que su anuncio es mifs efectivo en esa forma y las relaciones mas firmes. Me dirijo en estascasidn a Ud. lector a que aparte de hacer notar a nuestros lectores el haber visto su anuncio, ad-quieran cuantas suscripciones les sea posible y solo asf nuestra publicacion podra’ fundar bases so'lidas y mas firmes y aumentar circulacion; solamente .sf tri-unfamos podemos serle efectivos y que la cadena de comunicacion entre las minorias, sea cada vez mayor. Trabajando juntos
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Maximilliano (Bish) Atencio. American born and bred "CHARRO", top wrangler at the Geomer Brothers Cattle Ranch, (one mile south of La Veta. Colorado), is part of a vanishing breed of real cowhands.
Bish has been "wrangling" cattl
Bish has been "wrangling" cattle since the age of five except for a three year interuption in his cowboy life which took him to Europe as a member in General Patton's elite SPEARHEAD group of the American Third Army. Many times decorated for bravery in war this gentle, soft spoken man chose a career as a cowboy because he loves the outdoors, brisk morning air, and good horses.
Although Bish visited New York City and other major American cities during his military training years he did not develop a taste for the "city life"
Last-born in a family of ten youngsters Bish grew to love ranching and cattle wrangling at an early age encouraged by his father who himself was a Southern Colorado rancher. As a youngster Bish earned money breaking horses for his neighbors. This led to a six year career as a bronc rider in the rodeo circuit during which time he ocasion-ally rode a Brahma bull "just for fun"!
Proud father of a beautiful daughter and a handsome son, were to choose a cowboy career he would certainly encourage him. And boasting proudly of his wife's cooking. Bish chirps that Ann's good;cooking.is what makes him a good wrangler.
Bish met Ann in central Pennsylvania during the "war years" when he was on his way to Europe to join Patton's army. He met her at a railroad station and it was LOVE at first sight. They wrote letters to one another all during the next three years while he was engaged in cpmbat.
After a most honorable discharge from the army in 1945 Bish returned to his beloved Fort Garland, Colorado. For six months he thought about that lovely Pennsylvania girl and he'' finally went there and brought Ann back as his wife.
When asked what years of his cowboy life were the most memorable Bish replied, "everyone of them"! Bish says that the cowboys he knew never sang to their cows but he knows at least one cowboy who played mouthharp and sang love songs to his sweetheart.
Bish has often had a desire to go to Argentina and to ride with the Gauchos. A long time fan of the Gaucho Bish could probably teach them a thing or two about wrangling cattle. Adept at rope twirling and "tailing" cows Bish recalls an incident whereupon his young son was playing by a creek several hundred yards from the ranch house when Ann looked out the window and saw a large bear approaching the youngster. Panic-stricken she summoned Bish who in record time saddled his horse and rode at full gallop toward the bear, armed only with a rope. He roped the bear and tied it to a tree giving Ann time to summon a neighbor's help. The neighbor brought a gun and disposed of the anqrv and unfriendly bear.
EL ECO MAYA and all of our readers salute Maximilliano "Bish" Atencio, American: Charro and war hero. May you soon fulfill your desire to ride with the Argentine Gauchos in the true tradition of a COWBOY.
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ECO EXPANSION ANNOUNCED Staff Increased, Market Growing community. Finally, it includes informational articles about he l p. fur service agencies such as: The ECO Newspaper is published monthly In an effort to reach both the minority communit in Southern Colorado who speak iind read Spanish and those who have interest ln news of the Spanish community. beginlng t his month. this period ical change of the newspaper will be carrying a regular article on the history of the Mayan Indians. Also beginning with this issue the EL ECO MAYA Newspaper has added a monthly Editorial comment and an introduction to the (Letters-to-the-Editor) column. The newspaper has expanded its social notes into a full-page section. M.A.S.A.: S.E . R. : (Jobs f o r 1 Pro!J'"ess); IMAGE: Den ver's West '-\'Eco Publication, a division of MAYA Enterprises proudly anounces the expansion of its bi-lingual newspaper, formerly called ECO. The present in t entions of Eco Publications are to make this journal a more effective and a more professional newspaper . The steps which have been taken to insure t his change include, first of all, a change in the title from simply ECO to EL ECO MAYA, which in English mea n s The M ayan E cho . I n line w ith the titl e In addition to these announced changes the newspaper, El Eco Maya, will continue to run local news items relevant to Mexican American and a rticles describing Mexican social and cultural events. Each month the paper features an article about a prominent Mexican-Americans from the loca l Colora d o Side Action Center and many r others. fliRST THANKSGIVING DAY WAS BICULTURAL EVENT dist ribute d free of c harge, mainly in Pueblo & Walsenburg. Colo rado. with some clrculation in Denver and the Lu1s vauey. . In August of this year, the Cir culation of the paper into 10,000 copies per Conrfnued on Poge 2 The people of Colorado have ample reasons to observe T han ks gi ving m the true holiday sp1rlt this yea r . Mex i can Amencans , particularly people born in Mexico. find themselves with one more reason than their contemporaries for being thankful. They comlder Tha nksgiving Day a blessed bonus Jncluded in the package of U .S. citizensl'lip . Thankh•l Americans un ats.o point with pfid e to the fad that their mosl distinctive national holida y happens to have a bi cultural ongin. Although the history book does not say it, among the Indians and English colonists cerebrating the first Thanksgiving holiday it is possible !hat the lorfathe rs of wnat was to be the Amencan people were then a mrnority. Be that as 1t ma y have been. The important thing Is that the1r thanking God together for an abundant harvest then and every Day thereafter, by ora\etut \o be an event well recen1eo ono mzcd by HIM It is atso worthy o f mention Contlnuttd on 4 -----IMAGE SEEKS INJUNCTION The class action complaint has now been revised and re submitted to the Department of the Army and IMAGE is presently seeking an injunction at Pueblo Army Depot until such time that an unbiased in vestigation on the discriminatory p ractices and conditions there can be made. Luciano Ruybalid, secretary of IMAGE, quoted that the P.A.O. is undergoing a reduction in force in which over 200 employees, some of which have 26 years of service and mostly Spanish S u r n a m e d (75% ) are being "affected " by the (Reduction i n Force). At the same time t he P.A.O . is hiring new em p loyees t h at are mostly anglo , 76 empl oyees have been hir ed, quoted Ruyba lid and only 18 hir e d have been C h ica nos. Tt1i s p roves be yond a d oubt tha t t h e Equal Employmen t O p portunity Pro gram a t t h e P.A. O . is mean i ngless and i neffective. Attorn ey s at law in Den ver a r e workin g with IMAGE i n to get t h e injunction at the Federal District Court level. If the injunction can be obtained, the Army Depot should not be able to hire or fire employees until an analysis sho"M whether what the Depot is regal and proper. Other officer s of IMAGE said that all Citizen Groups Issue Report we want is to see the Depot be The Review and Recommenfair in their hiring and promo-dations Committee announced tiona! practices and to see the today that it had completed its Equal Employment Opportunity work and forwarded copies of Program be implemented full y. its recommendations to Or. Lee Ruybalid said: "We, of -IMAGE, Williamson and the of are COflSlantly probin g for in-the District 60 Board of Educa formatlon a nd we a r e gatheri n g tion. The Committee was form valuable facts to be usefu l i n ed l ast May by Or. Lee William reminding t h e public of t h e son to review recommendations actual fraud that takes p lace made by community gr oups at our installation." He further after the disturbances at East added: "Army Material Com. and Centennial High Schools last mand (AMC},continuos!y ignores January. The task for the group the many problems encountered was to compile recommendations by Chicanos along with the Civil made by various community Service Commission (CSC). g roups i n an attempt to hel p Quoting Ralph in his book, solve t h e problem s in the Dist rict Nader says , 60 schools. " In most cases, the Civ i l Ser-Between February and May v ice Co m mission Districts will several c i tizens groups made Continued on Page 8 Conrinutd on 4

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w "' a: :3 1-<( 2 <( (3 2 :::> 0 (..) > 1-(3 0 .... 00 w ;;: a: 0 i: a: c.:> > a: 2 w :I: YES, I wou-ld lik e to receive my copies of "EL ECO MAYA " soon to become the large s t Spanish Newspaper in all of .. Colorado . Ple ase enter my name for a 1 '(ear S"!.bscription. Name--'--------------------City Suto -----------Zip ----Send Completed Blank with check or money o rder for $3.50 to: ECO PUBLICATIONS P . O.Bo x 2024 Pue blo , Colorado 81004 Su Voto es nuestra garantfa de triunfo REYES; AHORA MISMO!! HENRY G. REY ES-INVOLVED! Vice President of Pueblo C i w Council Chairman of Pu ebla-Pueblo Sister -City Program Board of Directors, Pueblo Area Council of Gov. Supe rintendant, Colo. State Fair F iesta Days ChaJrman , Manpower Council Board Member , City -County Health Dept. Pr esident, P ueblo Soccer Assoc. Member, Legislative Comm., Colo. Munic ipal L eague Subscribase! THE COMMENTS EXPANSION , Co11tin11ed front Page I REYES SI. The rea sons for my decision to run for City-Council re-election are many. The primary reason remains the same as the one I've always had . And that is my real concern f o r the people. Pueblo i s a b ea utiful c ity. It has proven ot be a good home for its citizens. When I came into office f our years ago, this home, this city of Pueblo , was The circulation of the news Essabido que ha yun numeroso being threaten e d. I t was facing paper is scheduled to increase grupo de Me'xic oAmericanos, en a variety of pr oblems that were not only see mingly unsolvable newspaper, EL ECO MAYA, con Ia populacio'n total existe n te. but were having a direct and is also widening its distribution Es tambie"n, b ien sabido que adverse affect on the citizens geographically, with plans to existe una gran cantidad de ma l and the basic economy of this i ncrease ci rculat iOn first in entendimiento, y muchas City. eenver. next in the San Luis The people o f this community sajones. were trying to cope with un then, EL ECO MAYA will be Nosotros en Maya Enterprises paved streets, antiqua t e d and the largest and best Spanish abrigamos I a espera nza de que often useles s sewer systems, American Newspaper in all of .. inadequate r ecreational facilities, well-known fac t that puertas de comunicaciOn y siga transportation problems, a stag there are a large number of sirvie ndo como un puente cultu nating economy, and a host of Mexican Americans in most rat. entre los MexicoAmericanos other proble m s that were, Colorado communities i n r elation y el r es to de Ia comunidad. AI collect i vely , affecting the quality to their tota l population. I t is mism o tiempo u n media que of life in Pueblo . I am v e ry proud and extremely even mistrust exists between the acuerdo, con una nueva filo sofla pleased with the fact that all H i spanos and the Engl ish en el avance de los tiempos of the above named problems speaking community. We of modernos. have found a solution during MAYA Enterpfises are hopeful the past four years. vez se publ ico Ia p rimera revi sta, Granted tha t each of the the doors of communication and gracias a personas que desintere problems have not been serve as a genuine cultural bridge sadamente donaron parte de su completely solved, but the between the Mexican-American tiempo Y conocimiento en p r o solutions h ave been found, the necessary money has b een that this journal can serve as a par asi decirto lograron dar vida provided, and work has been catalyst to change old l i n e think started and in some case s ing which has Jed to stereotypes Conrinuacion en Pagina JO completed. This has been no small task .. can help to create a new feeling of mutual res pect between Lo s anundos ANVNCoc..r.oo grande th sunel:(teio .............. o about 60% of the that everything costs more these readership of this newspaper is tlw-.... .. .. ;u 'l'l'""i .• l• , .. ur days, but by careful! and Spanish speaking, in which bi .. judicious u se of the tax dollar , l ingual advettis ing has been found the City of Pueblo is paying it s to be most effective. In the , way , solving its problems, stay future, due to its i ncr easing ing in the black. All WITHOUT l ___ .,.co;,.' .'" • . " ' • " • " •"'• ' •P";,"'• I • O----------A TAX INCREASE. I might add that this was managed with Minnequa Standard a THREE MILL !JEDUCTION IN PROPERTY TAXES since I ' ve been in office. I have seen Pueblo evolv e from the forgotten city to the South to become a real leader in the ROUTT & NORTHERN AVE . PUEBLO State of Colorado . The ci ti es SPECIALIZING IN WINTER TUNE-UPS & up north are n ow c oming to u s A WI OW VARIET Y OF SNOW TIRES John Baca, Dealer PH 543171 pollution fr ee, exciting city along 1.--------------------the whole Front Range. This City of ours is right on the brink of something great . And i t s happening r ight now. But Congratulati o n s o n our new image, our new growth, your Expansion ! our new peopl e are bringing new problems. And right now i s PH 544-2311 the time to a ddress these n ew SAVINGS & LOAN forces, both economic and social. ASSOC IATION PH S64-2214 I'm proud of my rol e of D Owntown1 1 9 West F ifth problem-solving i n the past I want the opportunity to bring Sunset Branch-King Soopers Shopping Center these skills to bear now on the problems of the future. Blede SupeP MaPket 1401 SANTA FE DRIVE Next Door to Martin Music -BLENDE WHER E YOU GET THE F I NES T MEAT & PRODUCTS I @ I A COLD BEER & I CE And t h e friendliest service -

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donde todos van y hacen su mejor compra. Page 3 . ECO MAYA, Nov iembre, 1973 Walk In t1nd Start L/U/NG! . MANY NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS /Bank Financing 2 B EDR OOM HO M E AS LOW A S .... MARLETTE VINDALE STAR GENERAL WESTERN MARION KIT ROAD RUNNER PHONE 545-2189 544-9578 .. -------..... -"$1995 11 l !.11 I : FAVOR DE NOTIFICAR A EL VENDEDORDEHABERVISTO DO IT NOW TRADE UP EN " EL ECO . • 3130 ELIZABETH -PUEBLO, COLO.

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Page 4, ECO MAYA, Noviembre, 1973 POVERTYwar goes ON CO--OP new Director THANKSGIVEN Continued from Page 1 William McCurine is the new director for CO-OP (Community Organization-Outreac h of Pueblo) which is Pueblo's program to Los anunclos haccn a. grande a sunegodo ... will "1'1"'., .;,1<-}"'" ... the rll .,.,.. their2din (l(CI)MAYAN •w.o>IM• Bien de DrugStore • PRESCRIPTIONS • COSMETICS • JEWELRY •VETERINARY SUPPLI E S •GREETING CARDS •GIRT ITEMS •RUSSELL STOVER CANO Y •PHOT OGRAPH I C SUPPLIES r eac h the poor. Mr. McCurine says that he wants to do something for the community but t hat his accomplishments depend upon what the community wants. He has 26 years of experience in various administrative posts with public agencies. Chosen from more than 30 applicants. l-ie will direct five social action programs with a total funding of about $400,000 this year. McCurine, a native of Chicago, is the first person to be named as a permanent program manager for the poverty program since Joe A. Espinoza was forced to resign during a total reorgan ization of the program. His duties are many and he must maintain the program which still has many past haunting problems. These problems include two prior progranl restructures from "War On Poverty" to "Com munity Action Agency" and William McCurine says that finaliy to a l ocal reorganization, the means of success of any now titled CO-OP. program that aids the poor is Many resig nations occurred a n d participation. "What 1 want for dissatisfaction with the adminis-the community is what the tration,under the PCAA, which community wants for i tself; almost ted to a complete term in-said McCurine. that this year Thanksgiving coin cides with the tenth anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination. This must not sadde n us . JFK would not have approved of anyone mourin g on Thanksg iving Day. On his l ast Thanksgiving proclamation, prepared o nly a few days before l eaving Washi nglion on that fateful November 1963 trip to Dallas, President Kennedy wrote: "Let us proclaim our gratitude to Providence for the manifold blessings ... let us be humbly thankful for inherited idea l s .. . and let us resolve to share t h ose bles si ngs and ideals with out less fortunate fellow human beings throughout the world ... " By Joaquin Diaz CITIZEN GRUPS continued from Pag e I Daily 9 A.M. _ 8 P.M . atiol'i Of th'e program. But Me; One of the b igge st part of Closed Sundays ty no miracle man. People must understand that it is t h ey (the poor and the community a t targe) that have to do something for themselves and be willing to commit a little time or effort or participation at some level eve n if it is for just 10 minutes." McCurine started out in community work with the Chicago Boys' Club. He instruct ed and later. acted as an ex executive director. recommendations t o the School concerning the problems at the schools. Dr. IMIIiamson asked each group to send representa tives to meet and find areas of agreement among the recommen dations. He assured the group that action would be taken by the Board after the work of the citizen s committee was completed. H olidays 1 1 P.M. grams for the poor and has s1nce He claims that about $200,000 1910 Santa F e Or. -2477 seen many improvements i n poor could generate about $2 million • _________ .. communities through federally In servi ces to the entire " funded proarams. :, _ c9mmunity.' He alsO f0rsees t"----------------,""!o-•_,.,-,1 who have dedication ,and come from the CommuQity. Mr .. Mcei.Jrin e also said that he has his eye on savmg as much money f.or the program as possible i n 'an effort to build community' services. He added. "I'm certain: He has served as an area supervisor for the Chicago Housing Authority and later to become its project manager. ,. Recently his duties were lhat ot .directing the citizens partici pation-....division of commUnity action programs for "the Department of Development and Planr:!jng .. , . T he titles of the recommendation i nclude: :.-bi-lingual, bi-cultural education at all grade levels -individualized instruction for all students i moratorium on tests and more tests -chicano studies classes at all duty i n ' •::.. . ..._(:ligh schools tor tutoring 'li /'; ,_. i H?!".-\4< : . . ( . ,, -' In a letter addressed t o the hiring of an equal eml>IOyi,.."'lent 1 ) I Pueblo Arffiy Depot by Com-off_lcer for O_tstrict 60 Vr.-'NEED " mander Robert R.Bechtelheimer 1. ncrease _ m the number of • f ( • II" , I USN, Chairman of Lbgistics and ( I • Systems Policy Comm1ttee 4-73 . a report by the School Board within the Office of the Ass1stant to the public or its plan to . \ I I I '-------------------1f'JEW CAR 1 D.C., s_tx (6) Pueblo 'Army Oepoi ""-).\1/ )!JI/T/ 'iCKilRMSTRONG v • ' ' JEWELERS NEW FURNACE I or expulsion I executives were specifically cited panels NEW APPLIANCES! for their response to a visit of -notes sent home by the school the committee at the depot in Spanish and English I ::IPfN: to 6 MON .!.. fiU. 9 !o 9 .. 544-0195 119 w. 4 If the Cash /sn 't Handy , Use Ours!! I August 27-30, 1973. T he task The Committee has adopted 1 of committee is the development the "Equal Educational Oppor-1 I I that the visit to the depot was and gu1de in its deliberations. I made most worthwhile by the The statement says in part: depot staff. T hos e cited were: "Public education is committed I Willie Lucero, 39 Dick Trefz; philosophically to the respect 543 -1239 ' LTC JeHy W. Betts, PAD Qtrs; for and racial plurality Ton y Spinuzzi, 2624 Poplar St; as a significant val u e in our Dave N. Keys, 816 A lpine; Dave American way of life. Students Granquist, 19 Dundee Lane; and need to develop positive, pe r sonal Robert Whitmore, 1702 Ogden and cultural identies which will Ave. enhance their self-concepts there The letter was endorsed through by assisting them to merge channels to the depot execut ives successfully i nto the mainstream by Col. William P. Hooker, the of American Society. Such a .._308 W. 6th St., Pueblo J depot commander. commitment in practice." COME SEE TOYOTA TOWN FOR THE NEW CELICA GT 5-SPEED '74 TOYOTA 1st & Gr and VALLEY INDUSTRIAL BANK Loca lizad o Conuenientemente 1&13 Sa n ta F e Dr. 5457 380 aJttdo;j a nuesrRos Vueranos...

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The secood of October wa s a memorable and very happy day lor M r . & Mrs. Ramon V a l en ci a ....tlo live at 76 Dick Trefz here in Pue blo, Colora do. A d inne r was given to them in honour of t h e occa sion at th_ e hom e o f their d aughte r Mrs. Vicky S antos. All but one of their chil d r en , T heresa who lives i n Oecator, Ill., we r e tt'le re to celebrate with t heir parents. The Valencias were m arried i n Raton, New M exico a n d honeymonn ec1 ln M eKico. They t h en made thei r home in La Junt a Col orad o and began to r a ise t h e i r family. The y lived i n La lor nine t een y e ars and r aised a fami l y o f 10. f o u r boys and 6 g1rls. They a r e Ther e s a 2 8 . Robert 27. V icky 26. Connie 2 5 . Sar a 2 4, Christi ne 21, Arthur 20, A nthony 19, V e ronica 1 6 and Rick 14. They a lso hav e 4 g r andchildr en, Stac y Jack, Shann o n Va l a rde, Eddi e Muro J r .. and John Santos Jr.. Ramon was born on Ma y 20. 1920 i n Guadalajara. Ja lis c o. Mexico. Margaret Valencia was born April 3, 1925 i n La Junta • Colorado and she her self i s one of twenty-four children and I s the daughter of Mr. & Mrs . Paul Mascarenas of Colorado Springs. Colorado. Ramon and Marga r et are two very lovely, warm a n d k ind hearted people. They e njoy dancing and they're both excellent ELL. A Re.ac-hera de J . A. J i minn Canla: Jol'ce ) l e nasi d e rocadt", me ca.ue de de-cirle (I,Ue y o ai n e ll a dt" pe n a rnuerO). Ya n o qu i .. qcqc:harme, ai a u!l l a b ioe ae abrieron rue pa ' dec-irme: ) ' a n o t e quiero. Y o unti que ml .-Ida, se pe_rdia e n un prorundo y necro eomo m . i A u erte . Quiae hallu e l olvido a l anilo JaliA<:o 11-er o mariachis y aqu el tequila mf' hide r o n !lorn. Me c:anai d e roJarle, c:on e l llanto en. los o jos a i d mi co p a y brind e p o r dla. No podia d e s preciarme, e r a el Ultimo brindi,. de un bohem.io c:on una reina. Los mariac:hie c:allaron. de m i mano sin fuena,. c:ay6 mi c:op a Ain darme c:uenta, Ella quiao quedarse •io mi triAteza , pero ya estaba eaetito que aquella noc.h e perdlera au a m or. at ECO would like to extend our congradulatlons and wish -------.. them all the happines s now and I n the future years to come. M s . Wanda M . Schmitz and Mr. Joe R . Pad i lla announced their intent to marry In a most "Romantic" setting, a formal d inner party on the patio of the Holiday Inn, in Rome, Italy. Both Wa nda and Joe trave l ed to Rome w ith the Apollo Home Care Products, Co .. with whi ch they work part-time, to attend a Gener al Training School. T he occasion of the formal dinner was to celebrate the opening of the Italian b ranch of Apollo. There were about 250 persons from the Apollo, Co. i n attendance at the dinner. Mr. Padilla is an aero-space engineer employed at the Ma rtin Marietta C o .. of Denver, Colorado. M s . Schmitz i s the Sale s & Distribution Manager of El Eco Maya Newspaper o f Pueblo, Colorado. T he coupl e i s plann ing to b e mar r ied after t he f i rs t o f the yea r. SUPER SAVINGS paul bueno Pue blo , Co l o rado Call after 5 :00p. m . Phone 542-6266 quiero decules que •e 111e.nto apenado por t.anto t:rabajo que I n he a a do . . SUSCRIBASE A ESSENCE S GIFT PIPES POSTERS WATER-BEADS 675 S . Union St. I .... P_H-5 4-2-4-.7-?9_ ..... LOUIS E S OUtVEL',Prop. ROBERT F . ESQU I V EL , Mgr . Princess Pat FLORAL SHOP Y o u AI"'O)'.S w itlr tht' Fin u t BEST WISHES ON YOUR DENVER EDITION PH 744-319 1 295 So. Penn sy lvania DENVER , COL ORADO O F t: /\l11mMn ('H , \I"J-:1 . .... ,.nn CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR DENVER ED I T IO N RAMON J . 744 -6113-7446114 DENVER WE FIL A LL PRESCRIPTIONS GREETINGS TO OUR NE I G HBORS . rn 100 COLOR A D O AVE. w PUEBLO Pate 5 , ECO MA VA, NoYiembre, 1973 Miss Eliz abeth " U z " Smith became t h e bride o f Antonio Orlando Delara on September the 29th In a Mexican Style" evening mass wtlere the manquerna and the golden coins were used. The exchangtng of vows also took place at St. Francrs Church before the Rev . Walter J. Smigiel. The parents of the couple are Mr. & Mrs. Silvie Smrth of 1539 Pine 51 and Mrs. Delores Jrmenez of 511 Bay State. The honor attendent and best man were Grace and Mattias Cruz of Trmrdad. Colorado. Bridesmai des and !;fOOmsmen w-ere Mr. & Mrs. NitiJ Ernie Barnos and Mr. & Mrs. Dorthy and Molton Pacheco . David Barrios was lhe ring boy and OeeAnn Cruz was the littleflo wergrrt. A reception and dance was held at the Knights of Columb us Hall. Mrs. Jody Aguilera was in charge o f the guest book and Miss Carol Smith received the gifts. T o n i a n d Liz are both graduates from Cen t ral H i g h School and T oni is employed by the CF&I Steel Corp. The De l ara's honeymooned in Denver an d now reside: at 1026 B e rkley. Mister Penguin Tuxedo !(ental Tr y coming out i n a way all your own . That's Mister Pengui n Form al Wear gl'ooming . Brocades, knits and bnic tuxedos-all In a For Any variety of color s . rwffled colored shirts , Information straight o r flared trousers-542-3344 GROUP DISCOUNTS a l B N . MAll'\" STREET P\'EBLO. COI:O, speciali s t a s en v e n ta s Robe rt D. Ara g o n de' CASAS Bcokcc RANCHOS "A home for every fa mi ly TERRENOS in beautiful Colorado" Ill W. ABRIENDO AVE. 545-887S FELIZ DIA II: GRACIA central telephone & utilities cor-poration

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Page 6 , ECO MA VA, Noviembre, 1973 CULINARIO SER Helps People A pesar de que el arte culinario, aunque fuera en sus formas mas ru dimentarias, nace en el instante mismo en que el hombre es castigado a ganarse el sus tento. s u evolucion ha side incompar ablemente mas renta que las de otras artes menos materiales e imprescindibles. Esto prueba que las inquietudes espirituales Los anuncios hacen ANUNCIESE EN grande SU negOCIO ••• r--v-. EL ECO MAYA L an 1 the mtorchants will appn,.;ial., your patmnage.l'ltoa se tell them you saw their ad in EL ECO MAYA Newspaper son de mayor raigambre en el hombre que las pur as necesidades fisicas, pues aunque estas no puedan ser eludidas, si han side relegadc:s en muchos modes y maner as y tiempos y supeditadas a Ia pura espiritualidad. Es exagerado decir que nada caracteriza a un pais como su cocina. La cocina es u n aspecto de Ia vida colectiva, cierto que importantisimo, perc n o impre scindibl e para e l esquema de Ia personalidad de las naciones. Receiben estas, sin dud a, su estilo y su genio de actividades mas altas que las cocina, como el arte o Ia industria, e incluso hay pueblos insignes que se caracter izan por Ia simplicidad de su cocina, practicamente por s u au sencia, en el sentido de nutrirse con alimentos que no exigen apenas preparacion o tan aolo ta preparacion esquematica de sacarlos de sus tatas y de sus tatas y de sus sobres aisladores y, FOR YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS. OFF.544-6795 :in VISITENOS PARA TOOO CLASE DE SEGUROS' . estufa, sin Ia larga y sabia serie Hospitalisacion Hospitalization de transformaciones que supone Vtda Life "tradicion" y a veces imposible Juvllam ierdo Retai r m ent de separar de ella. t Acc1dente Accident En este sentido, como expresion S U AGENTE FRANCISCO OCHOA genu ina de Ia tradicional, es Claro que Ia cocina resume muchos Kentucky CentrallMurance sentidos profundos de tas vivencias populares. Anotemos, .. ____ 11• 4 • 3 • S •.S• A • N•T•A-FE__ P • U • E • B•L•O • . R_Es • . • 54 • 4 •-4• 3 • 2 • 9 ___ , .d:IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIF!: = CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR EXPANSION "EL ECO MAYA" = = = = = = .... --.. = = = -= STOP BY OUR OffiCE MAIN AT FIRST = * REAL ESTATE INSURANCE: -Commercia l -Auto Residenti a l PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Home -Life = = = = = = = = a MUSIC SWOtm 11=1 p t JL O. CO:..ORADO 1106$ PH 543-0721 EL MAS COMPLETO SURTIDO EN INSTRUMENTOS MUSICALES 117 COLORADO AVE: PUEBLO, como son los mediterraneos. po seen excetente cocina, mientras que los pueblos preferentemente industriales solo exhiben m o d os de alimentacion de notoria senciltez. Otra observacion que casi repite Ia anterior es Ia de que las cocinas suculentas son propias de pueblos viejos, m ien tras que tos pueblos jovenes apenas pueden llamarse, por su falta de gracia; cocina. Esta observacion repite la p(imera par que Ia capacidad para Ia creacion artistica y para sentirla como un hecho natural y no como el hombre individual, tarda mucho tiempo en aprender ambas cosas: comer bien y a emocionarse de un modo en tranable y natural por Ia belleza creada. :Jr., .(,. ;..1 .,;.9 Help Themselves ., ... . 4 ••• ALBERT HERN.ANDEZ, Director , Pueblo Spanish sp _eaking Americans are unique among peoples who make up our nation. They did not "arrive" to colonize. They were already here. Conquering the Mexican really meant over whelming him with Anglo migra tion and institutions where the Mexican had little t o say. With languag e, religion and c ustoms at odds, with the dominant society, the Mexi can remained culturally and econom ically isolated i n the midst of i ncreasing prosperity. The Spanish speaking of today i s first and tormost a committed and loya l but his des perate strugglt to ed ucate him self, and to find a better job, is a constant remirider of his cultural disadvantage. Attitudes rooted in the nineteenth century pecstst and perpetuate a dilemma which is not easily resolved, and our dynamic economic growth is only leaving the Span ish speaking further b ehind. SER was designed b y the major Spanish organizations organizations to break down the cultural and economic barriers to ful l employmen t for the Spanish speaking of the nation by involving the Spa n ish speaking themselves in the effort. SER is staffed exclusively with bilingual, bicultural personn el w h o a re not onl y vvell qualified in their respective s p ecialties, but whose experience and motivation make them cognizan t and adept at dealing with cultural differ ence. By developing and ad ministering manpower programs i n t h is manner , effective gains a r e already being made . ' T he baSic thrust of the SE R Jactivities is, t o assist the disadvantaged -to improve the quality of their lives, primarily through manpower and re lated programs designed to upgrade education al and vocational skills, and to open career opportunities in employ ment. Eat& til Ultima oport.unldad de dlseulparte conmigo por lo qae me dijtate . . . FOR HOLIDAY DINING VISIT US CHINESE FOOD I CONGRATULAT1Q !;l.. _i;!:J>_MP...YA CONTINENTAL COCKTAIL LOUNGE FnE FOODS FRIED CHICKEN -5 PIECES lEU MIXED DRINKS OROU TO GO 1st 4-Main/Central Plaza N1GHTL Y ENTERTAINMENT & MEETING ROOMS FOR 500 COMPLETE CONVENTION FAClLITY . PARTY FACILITIES fOit YOUR DINING PLEASURE ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS GRACIOUS DINING IN RELAXED SETTING 542-3750 Complete Menu AT INTERSTATE 25 & HIWAY 50 EAST (EXIT 41 1 STfAKS o CHOPS o SEAfOODS RESTAURANT OPEH II A . M . TO 9 :l0 P . M. CLOSED WEDHESOAY 564 8595 CAFE 564-8595 BAR 564-9811 414 WEST NORTHUN AVE.

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BIG BUSINESS MINORITY BUSINESS Page 7 , ECO MAYA , Noviembre , 1973 Better Understanding Through Communication The Executive T as k Force Committee i s a g roup of repre senta riv es from concerned major bus ine sses in the Rocky Mountain Region assemb l e d for the purpose o f furthe rin g rh e economic dev e lopment of the min o rit y bu siness communit y. The main thrus t of the Committee's work i s the writ e contracts betwe en it s m e mb e r co mp.1ni es and minorit y businessmen. The E.T.F.C. is in no way a cha rit able o r gan i zation. Member compa nie s offer tech nical assi s tan ce and will d o busine ss with competitive minority s uppli e r s. Minority vendors have been invit ed to s peak at E . T.F.C. meetings to de sc rib e t h eir businesses a nd to g ive their r eactio n s to wit h .,..large , firms. _:fh e Ex5=cutive Task Force Committee business to k now that it exists , and thenemberS of the Committee want minority businessmen t o come to rhcir r especti v e co mpanie s and l et them know w hat goods and se rvices th eir busine sses offer. EXECUTIVE TASK FORCE COMM ITT EE MEMBERS' ' OVEMBER 1 973 Mr. Bob J ense n Director, D e nver Regional Office McKee, Berger, Mansueto , Inc. 39 1 3 E . Exposition Avenue D e nver, Colorado 80209 M r . Bill F arley Personnel Director, Colo. & Wyo. Sears & Roebuck 2375 E . First Avenu e Denver , C o lorado 80217 892-8700 Mr. John Smethurst P urchasing Manager H ewlettP ackar d 815 SW 14 th St. Lo velan d, Colorado 80537 667-5000 E xt. 239 3 Mr. Vern Brett Small Busines s Officer MartinMarietta Co r poration P . O. Bo x 2371 Denver , Colorado 794-5211 E xt. 7459 Mr. Bill Bray, Purch asing Manager H oneywell T est Instruments Div. P.O . Box 5227 Denver , Colo rad o 80217 771-4700 E xt. 418 Mr. D on Brehahl, Plant Mana ger Sundstrand Cor poration 2480 West 70th Avenue Denver , Colorado 80221 428-3636 Ext. 251 Mr. Sid Mills, Purch asing Manager Great Weste rn Sugar P .O. Box 5308 D e n ver, Colorado 80217 893-4670 Mr. Bob Giezewski, Region a l Director, Pur chas ing Western Electric Co. 111 H avana Aurora, Colorado 80010 343-2730 Samsonite, Lu ggage Div. 11200 East 45th Avenue Denver , Colorado 344-7351 Mr. Leroy Herdt Mountai n Bell 930 15th Street Denver, Colorado, 80202 Mr. James W. R eed Marketing Consul Col. Econ . Dev . Ass oc. Denver , Colorado. Mr. W illiam Gardner Purchasing Manager Public Service of Colorado. Mr. Bill Conard Purchasing Director Adolph Coors Compa n y Golden, Colorado 8 0401 279-6565 Mr. Bill H arger Pur c hasing Manager Dow Chemical P .O. Box 888 Golden, Colorado 80401 494-3311 E x t . 2983

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Page 8. ECO MAYA, Noviembre, 1973 The ECHO of . the MAYA By: JAMES W. REED Th e echo of the Maya is a stirring r eflection of time portraying the pathway of an immense journey begun by men and peoples long ago. Such reflection is on e of people seeking identifica t ion but main t aining individua l ity, demanding respect yet maintaining humility, promoting change. yet building a future an d creating a culture more diffe r e n t and v aried and beautifu l than w h a t h as g o ne before. The echo of the Maya spea k s of dee p culture heritages ring ing equall y of forces which are bringing many 'p
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P a g e 9 , E C O MAY A , Novi embre, 1 g 7 3 SECRETARIAL POSITION PROBATION" , I.' 'NEWANSWER ' 2.KEEPING OUR YOUNG OUT OF CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS 3.PROBATION SERVICE S MiH Pr-,sc,ua Martinez, a secretary w1th1n the d irectoratE." for supply at the Pueblo Army Depot has accepted a secretaria l pos. t i on in the Fooo St.:Jm ;l Div1sion of the Department cf Agncult u re, Wasnington, D.C. She 1S scheduteo to report there for duty on October 23. Her last duty day at tne depot i s October 12 . S h e has served as secretary to the director for sup ply for the pa!>t four years. She was by the depot i n Octo b er 1956 an d had served prior to herass1g n ment m supply as a secretary to the Provost Marsh a l and c hief o f supply wea po n s d ivision. She had a l so serve d as a clerKty p ist and s t ock co n trol c l erk a t t h e de p o t . Miss M art i n ez h ad b een the recipient o f two o u ts tanding per f orm a nce rati n gs, f o ur cas h awa r d s (1 $ 2 0 0. 2 $150, and I $100) a nd m a n y lette r s o f comm enaation and appr e c iat i on . In c ommun ity act IVIties s he ha s been a member o f t h e U . S . Nava l Reserve for 10 DESIDERATA •.. -Cam i n a pli cido entre el ruido y Ia brisa y piensa en I a paZ que se puede encootrar e n e l s ilencio . E n cuanto sea posible y sin rendirl e mante n buenas r e la<:iones con toda s las personas. year s a nd h a s perf or m e d actiVe duty lor training at t h e Great Lakes Naval T r a i n i n g Center, m M•chigan; the Memp hiS Naval Air Stat1on. T e n essee; Island, Callforn•a; Sa n Diego, Calif orn1a; Lo n g B eac h , Cali f or nia ; N or t h Fo lk, Virg i nia ; a nd Jackso n vill, Flo r dta. She tively is c on s1der i ng bec o m ing aff i lat e d w1th t he Naval Res erve s i n the Was hington , D.C . a rea after h er tra n sfer . MISS M ar t i ne z res'ide s i n Puebl o a t I d a h o. Roy Archuleta Reports ECO Off i cers of I MAGE (Incorporated Mexican American Go . vernme n t Employees) expres s ed d i scon t en t w1th the U.S . Civil -.. ;:rctad dll una manera Ser vic e Commi ssion and the _ v esc u c h a a l os d e m as inclu so a l manner 1n w h i c h the Commission torpee ignor a nt u ha n d led a class action complaint t e mbie'n ell os t i e n e n s u propia filed Jul y of 1972. The h iStoria . orig i nal complaint c h arged that Esquivva I a per so na s ruid osas Y P . A . O . management offi c i als agresiv u ' monopoli zed the h1ghe r and pu e s son un f astidi o par a e l espi r i tu . more presti g ious positions d esSi t e c o mp a ras c o n l o s demas t e p ite the fact that the depot r. ,, , 1 .. .. ,t;:1 re\ e rred mas pequ.eiias quu t u . bac K to a tett er f ro m W1t11 am .;xitos lo mism o que m ante n e l e n teres i n tu p ropia C o m m issi on where b y t h e Comcarre r a por miSS IOn 1ndicated t hat they humilde que sea w ou l d f i r s t conduct a survey ella e s un v erdadero t(l$0r o e n el f ortuit o at P u eblo A rmy Depot p r io r cambia r de los tiempos . -Se c a uto e n tus n egocios pues e l mundo esta U e node enga.i o s mas no d e jes que est o t e vue lva ciegopara Ia vinud queexiole . H a y muchas personas que se esfuezanpor alcanzarnoble sidea les lavid aesta llenade heroismos , sesincer o c ontigo mismo. En especial no finjas e l a feeto y no seas cini coen e l emor pues en m edio de todas Ia salideces v desengaiios es pe.-enne como Ia verba . Acat a docil ment e e l consijo de los a li o s abandonando coo donaire las cosas de lajuventud -Cultiva lafirm eza del espiritu paraque t e proteiaen las adversid.ades repentinas muchosteiT . o resnacen del a fati-ga vIa soledad . Sobre una sana discipl i n e se banigno contigo mismo tueres una criaturade l u niverso no menos que las plantas v las estrellas tienes derecho a existir V sea que te reSI.IIte claro o no indudablemente el universo--marct-Po como debiera. Por eso. debes astar e n paz coo Oios cuelquiera que see tu idea de EL v sean cualesquiera tus trabajos y a$1Mreciooes conserve I a paz con tu alma en Ia bulliciosa coofusicS"n d e Ia vida. _ Aun con toda su f arsa, penalidades y sue.ios f allidos el mundo es todavia hermoso se cauto, esfuerzate oor se feliz. -to taKing a c t 1 on o n the class act i on compla int. A s u mmary of the s urve y was fu r n ished to I MAGE on O c tobe r 4, 1973, i n wh1Ch t he C o m missio n par t ra ys an 1dea1is t 'c pi ct ur e o f th e depot. Ar c hu l eta stated t ha t t h e Comm 1 ssio n has whi tewashed the matter by menti on i ng on l y t h e management's viewpoi n t s and not mentioning the problems of the S panish S u rnam e d . Archu l eta a l so stated tha t the ana ly sis fa11s t o mention what act i on t h e Commi s sion w ill taKe on the class ac t ion complai n t. "T hey are totally ignoring t h e matter", Arc hu l e ta s aid . LITTLE FLOWER C HURCH GOODS _ CO. 542..0068 ,i,", CHURCH SUPPLIES 3-D PICTURES ROSARIES CRU BIBLES , MEDALS & • CATHOliC ARTIClES Of DEVOTION Volunteers In Probation Services i s a "new" answer t o t h e very old prob l e m of keep ing young peop le o u t of state correctional institu tions. It is a p la n to extend the services of the probation department beyo n d t h e office of the probati o n officer i nto t h e communi t y where ordi n a r y citizen s volunteer to act a s probatio n counselor s to o n e p r o bationer . VIP VIP VIP v VOLUNTEERS IN v PROBATION I AN OPPORTUNITY TO I MAKE A DIFFERENCE JUDICIAL BLDG.#309 p p Call 542-0311 '.now! The ide a o f using volunteer s i n court s w as popular i n the Uni ted States i n t h e 19th century and is widely u sed i n many Euro p ean countries today. Only recently, however , has the idea been revived in America This has been primarily due to the efforts of one young judge in Royal Oak, Michigan, Keith Leenhouts, '========:::::::::::::! who felt his f riends should 1 be helping t h e young people coming before his bench. These men launched a campa . ign to recruit otherS to serve as volunteer probation counselors, and t h e idea r -apidl y sprea d to other c ourts . • Because. fhe volunteer is expected to spend more time PHONE 545 48 1 0 F OR ALL YOU R F LOO RI NG N EEDS with the probationer t h a n S H O P US '-------------------.1 there is an opportunity for genuine trust and friendshi p to be developed. Otten the volunteer is in a position to a&:t as advocate in the probationer's interest and rel ationships tha t a r e "rehabilitative" and "behavio r c hangin g " in n ature resu lt. Applications are avai la bl e a t the Juv e n ile Probation office, I Oth and Grand , Room 309, for those inter-NEED A HOME? I. 0 CALL: 545. g 9 24 4 2 1 NOR TH SANTA FE AVE. P U E B LO, COLORADO ALL AREAS .. . . . ........... ALL PRI CE S ested in becoming volunteer probation counselors. An interview is then a rranged and the program is I n detilil. lrailiing and orientation to the court system is accomplished in three evening sessions, and the volunteer is then ready to be assigned his or her probationer. grande8 su nq:odo-. lho-n,.., -1,_,.,,_ . •ill ., _ , lh'ln ,...,.. ...... VAN_ .... Reat ail & Wholesale Oist. 2-<47L ari m e r '"Disrributors • ')palli:tll d: ,. Tapu &:: Ca:tSCIIU "t..arge lnvtnFO')• "01n27Yt>ars "Tilt Fin t Spanish Ruord Co. • R t'llab l e S cn•ice " T o p Pr o moti o n S erv ic e '"Hab l a mo:r E:rpano/ PH 8 25 6 8 93 tli: -. ' 753 Santa Fe Dr . Denv e r , Colo. Danci n g Fri .. Sat . . & H o lidays Sp.m. tmtil 2 a.m. Sun.6p . m. .. Wel Come to the home of the MEXICAN HAMBURGER Tirr ,\!l'al tlla • ' s surt' t o Fill .. Get a p r omot :on even before enlisting. This i s an offer given to young men and w o men who take advantage of the Army:s-180 days Delayed Entr y Program , according to SFC Ron M iller, Local Army representative. M SFC Ron MH/e r expl a i ned that the Delayed Entry Program (OEP) permits a pplicants to defer thei r entry on active duty up to a period of 180 days. Other opponuni t ies offered under the DEP program are that an applicant may choose the technical training or uni t o f choice desired from availabl e lists. In some instances, the dual option of training and travel may be selected. The u n i t of choice may be located within the continental United States or overseas. The selections are guaranteed in writing before an appl i cant enlists. Young men a nd women i nterested i n a promotion before enlisting and the outstanding opportunities offered !Jy the U.S. Army should contact: SFC RONMIILLER. Hei s l ocatedat327 W. 10thSt, 545 -3524. U.S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION 325 WEST10th S TREET PUEBLO, COLORADO 8 100 3 TELEPHONE ' 545-352 4

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Page 10, ECO MAY A , N ov i e mbre, 1973 Earn Cash Awards At PAD Sixteen empl oyees of the directorate for suppl y at the Pueb l o Army Depot divided FOR STAN TOMKINS • CONTROLLE D GROWT H F O R PUEBL O GR EATER PARKS AND R E CREATION A R EAS cou NC!!..M AN INCR E ASED POLICE & F I R E PROTECT IOII: DiSTRICT NO. 1 $2,450.00 in cash awa r ds on October 4. The awards, based on performance of duties, were presented by Carl S. Multer, Jr., 2319 Elizabeth, acting director for supply. Rece iving both certificates of outstanding performance and $200.00 cash awards each for sustained superior performance were: Mrs. Elizabeth LaVan, 2000 Peakview Drive; Mrs. He ! en L. Wilson, Fowler; and Mrs. Ida Farbo, 2510 5th Ave. Receiv ing an outst ar'lding certificate and $150.00 cash award of sustained performance was Leo Meehan, A vondale. Rece i v ing a certificate for outstanding performance was Lou ie G arci a , 2117 Sherwood Lane. R ec e ivi ng $200.00 for susta ined s u perior performance was Mrs. Char l otte P ettus. 3008 Woodland A venue and receiv i ng $150.00 eac h for the same award were: M anu el R . Martir'les , 303 Portland ; S am N . . Kostas. 837 Eas t Ev a n s : C tiofes Galle gos. 17 1 4 E. A s h : Moses Valdez 2208 E. 12th St.; Anaci e t o Rodrig uez . 1 4 2 7 E ast 3rd Street: Maximino R iv e r a . B o one : Richard Henke l, 14 Mac G r egor : Conrad L o oez, Rocky F o rd: Ralph Hane y, Fowler: and M a rcus Ourar'l 1 661 Genes St. EDITORS Continued from Page 2 circulation, the n ewspaper will be reach i ng more Spanish-speaking peoples, as well as more people in general. ThUs, ECO Publica tions encourages more regular bi-lingual advertising in an effort to build business relations between t h e two communities. ECO Publications a l so seeks the support of our readers by their continued patronage of o u r advertisers. Businessmen like to know that their advertise ments are bei n g seen and read by the people in the community. T here fore, we of ECO Pub lication ask the readers of this newspaper to mention ''I saw your Ad in EL ECO MAYA" whenever you visit a business which has its ad in this paper. EL ECO MAYA, also asks for the support of its readers through the purchase of yearly subscriptions. I n this way, EL ECO MAYA, can build an i n dependent base from which we c an print more relevant news and artic les and reac h more i n t ereste d people. Only i f we a re s u cc essful can we be effective. Then and only then ca n EL ECO MAYA s erve a s the communication link between our m inority com m u nity and the ger'lera l populous a s we have outlined above . By worki ng together we can help re duce inequities in the socia l syst em and build i n their place ,. a strong e r Co l o r ado Economy. Ernest o Bar ri os, Edito r EDITORIAL: Continuacion de Ia Pagina 2 de Ia nada un alga que hasta I a fecha h a podido subs i ster. y a h ara rna's que nu n ca esca lar co n mf . ..,.,.,:: Ernesto Barrios 301 W. 8th St. Pue blo , Colo. Ph. 542 6202 CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR EXPANSION OF EL ECO MAYA R a di a l T ire Head q ua rters in Pue b lo . . . P asse n ger' ... Truck Retr ea d s ... Asseso r ies & S erv i ce ..

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Maximilhano (B•sh} Atenc1o, American born ana bre d "CHARRO", top wrangler at the Geomer Brothers Cattle Ranch, (one mile south of La Ve ta, Colorado}. is part o f a vaniShing br eea of real cowhands. 81Sh has been "wranghng" cattl 61s h ha s been "wt.:mghng" cattle since the age o f l • v e exc ept for a three year interupt1on 1n his cowboy life w tuch too k h i m to Europe as a member 1 n General Patton's elite SPEARHEAD group o f tr.e Americ an Thira Army. Many t1mes deco rated for bravery 1n war th1s gentle. soft s po ken m an chose a car eer as a cowboy because he loves the outdoors, br is k momi ng a1r, ana good horses . A lthOug h 8 1 S h VISited New York C1ty and o t h er ma1or A m er ican c 1 ties during h1s military trai n i ng years he did not develop a tas t e for t h e "c1ty l ife': Last -born in a family o f ten young s t ers B lsh grew to love ranchi n g and cattle wrangl i ng at an early age encouraged by h1S father who h1mself was a Southern Colorado rancher. As a youngster Bish earned money breaking horses for his neighbors . This led t o a six year career a s a bronc r i de r 1n tne rodeo C1rCu1t during which t1me he ocasion ally roae a Brahma bull "just for fun"! Proud father of a beaut iful daughter and a handsome son, were to choo5e a cowboy career he would certainty encourage him. And boasting proudly of his wife's cooking Bish Clf!ims that Ann's go o d cooking, is what makes him a good wrangler . Bish met Ann in central Pennsylvania duri ng the "war years" when he was on his way to Europe to join Patton's army. He met her at a railroad station and it was LOVE at first sight. They wrote letters to one another a ll du r i n g the next three years while he was engaged in cpmbat. After a most honorable cis charge from the army in 1g45 Bish returned to his beloved Fort Garland, Colorado. For six months he thought about that lovely Penn sy lvan i a girl and he finally went there and brought Ann back as h1s wife. When a s ked what years of h is cowboy Hfe were the most memorable B ish rep11ed, "every one of them"! B1sh says that t he cowboys he knew never sang to the1r cows but he knows at reast one cowboy who played mouth harp and sang love so ng s to h1s sweetheart. Bish has often had a des1r e to go to Argentina and to r i de with the Gauchos. A long t i me fan of the Gau cho B1sh could probably teach them a thing or two about wrangling cattle. Adept at rope twirling and "tail ing" cows Bish re c alls an incident whereupon his young son was playing by a creek several hundred yards from the ranch hou5e when Ann looked out the window and saw a large bear approaChing the youngster. Pan1c-stncken she summoned Bish who in reco r d time saddled his horse and rode at full gallop toward the bear, armed only with a rope. He roped the bear and tied it to a tree g iv ing Ann t i me to summon a neighbor's help. The ne1ghbor brought a gun and disposed of the anarv and unfriendly bear . EL ECO MAYA and all of our readers salute Maximilliano "Bish" Atencio. American: Charro and war hero. May you soon ful f i ll your desire to ride with t h e A rgentine Gauchos in the true tradition of a COWBOY. Sandys CJrienlal Jrlassage
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Page 12, ECO MAY A, Noviembre, 1973 CF&I and Pueblo, IN THE PROGRESS OF OUR COMMUNITY , CONTINUALLY ARE MOVING AHEAD!!! CF&I Y PUEBLO, EN EL PROGRESO DE NUESTRA COMUNIDAD, SIEMPRE ADELANTE!! SE HONRA EN FE LICIT AR A "EL ECO MAYA" EN SU ANHELO DE .. ADELANTO CULTURAL Y PROPAGAR LA EDUCACION BILINGUE EN COLORADO. CF&I STEEL CORPORATION, CONGRATULATES "EL ECO MAYA" IN THEIR EXPANSION TO PROMOTE CULTURAL GROWTH IN OUR COMMUNITY.