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JLa \/<>2 ^f/sfiana de Colorado
VOL. V No.8 AGOSTO 1974
Bienvenidos a la Feria
ESTATAL AGRICOLA YGANADERA EN PUEBLO
TONY ORLANDO Y DAWN
En me nos de tree an os hen veno'ido mas de 20 millones de discos record unico, por estos grandes artistes qua culminaran interpretando sus exit os, el martes 27 de Agosto
heritage, as well as making available for sale silver goods, jewelry, weaved products, drums and other items.
Adjacent to the All-Tribal Indian Encampment, the U.S. Army will construct a Junior Jump Tower at which youngsters will be afforded the opportunity to simulate the jolt and ride of a real parachuting experience.
The jump tower is one fifth scale of the actual towers in such airborne centers as Ft Benning, Georgia and Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. After the harnessed youngsters bail out of mock tower, they ride suspended from the ground for approximately 175 feet before gliding to a halt. The ride will be a free attraction.
The Colorado National Guard will present yet another free attraction in connection with their rifle safety program. Youngsters are instructed for 10 minutes in firearm safety rules and procedures and then they put those techniques into practice while shooting BB guns at targets in an adjoining area. Last year more than 6,500 children passed through the training facility.
The 1974 Colorado State Fair will offer a variety of attractions ranging from topflight nightly entertainment in the grandstand and an authentic melodrama in Fort Dunlap, to kiddie parachute-jump-training, pari-mutuel horseracing and an All-Tribal Indian Encampment.
"We're really^ excited about the number and wide assortment of activities scheduled for this 102nd annual Colorado State Fair," said George Scott, fair manager. "We hope to provide multiformity in our exhibits, amusements, entertainment lineup, and overall programming so that we can make this truly a Fair with something for everyone."
Grandstand entertainment includes The Up With People congregation. The Fiesta Day Mexican Show, Tony Orlando & Dawn, Bobby Goldsboro, Charlie Rich and His Bank, Donna Fargo, The Roy Clark Show, and more will be announced later.
Supplementary performances this year will be presented in two bandshell facilities. Band shell No. 1, across from the Palace of Agriculture is slated to present daily professional entertainment, while a new band-shell No. 2, located adjacent to Fort Dunlap is set for more
continuous, amateur shows daily.
At 8 p.m. each Fair night the melodrama "Life On The Border" will be presented by the State Fair Players in the southwest corner of Fort Dunlap. Produced and directed by Neil White, the melodrama will cast area drama students and enthusiasts in the character roles.
Fort Dunlap will also undergo other major changes. There will be a soloon serving beer and sarsaparilla to the music of a player piano; a working silversmith and blacksmith who will each demonstrate their craft and sell their wares; a general store complete with the old pickle barrel, hardtack, beef jerky, rock candy and other period foodstuffs; and a furrier presenting work demonstrations and offering saleable skins, hides and other fur goods.
"In all these Fort Dunlap attractions the Fair is making a concentrated effort in striving for authenticity in the nostalgia-steeped traditions of the old west," related Scott.
Every Indian tribe west of the Mississippi River will be represented in the Fair's presentation of the All-Tribal Indian Encampment, to be located outside the fort. The Indians will perform their ancient dances and rituals, offering insight into their proud
In addition to the headline entertainment presented nightly in the grandstand, the 10-day Fair beginning August 24 and concluding Labor Day, September 2, will offer daytime attractions in the grandstand including the grace of parimutuel horseracing and the sheer power and character of the pony and draft team pulling contests.
Pari-mutuel races will be run the first Fair Weekend August 24 and 25 at noon, and then after a four-day hiatus, finish running the last four afternoons of the Fair August 30 through September 2, at 1 p.m.
The Pony Team Pulling Contest will be featured at 1 p.m. August 26-27, and the Draft Team Pulling Contest will highlight the afternoon grandstand events at 1 p.m., August 28-29.
The second annual Fair Snapshot Contest will give shutter bugs the opportunity to test their picture taking prowess by photographing Fair activities in hopes of winning prizes including cameras, photographic equipment, ribbons and season passes for the 1975 Fair.
The Sunshine Puppet Theatre will be presented four times a day in the Living Arts Building as another free attraction, as Continued on Page 3
YOLANDA DEL RIO
Con una personalidad alsgre de juventud. y el sabor de una voz netamente Mexicana, nos deleitara con la expresion y el sentimiento de nuestra musica.
AGUSTIN DEL RAZO
Formando parte del Folklore de artistas Mexicanos, tendremos oportunidad de apresiar el colorido de una de las muchas culturas y tradiciones del Mexico de ayer, en una de sus maximas interpretaciones.
Estamos en tiempo de Feria... La Feria del gran estado de Colorado - la exposicitfn de productos de agricultura, de nuestra industria y comercio.
Diez dias y noches e mo cion-antes para exhibir la abundancia de nuestro suelo y la alegria del corazon en un ambiente festivo.
Uno de esos dias sera "Fiesta Day" dedicado al grupo etnico muy prominente en la exploracion de Colorado y sus descend ientes generaciones que han contribuido a la grandeza actual del estado.
El comite especial de Fiesta Continued on Page 2


Pagina 2, EL ECO, Agosto 1974
QUE SE AUTOBAUTICEN
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Todo asunto relacionado con pubticidad en general articulos etc. deben ser tratados con la direccion de Eco Publicaciones Box 2024 • Los articulos son de la exclusiva responsabilidad de quien losfirma.
La meta de quienes hacemos ECO es convertir a nuestro per-iodico en una tribuna abierta para todos los criterios, y mas que todo acrecentar el in teres de nuestros lectores a un positi-vismo mayor en nuestra comuni-dad.
En nuestros columnas se senalan errores, pero apuntando siempre a una solucion.
BIENVENIDOS A....
Continued from Page 1
Day esta encabezado este ano comite estan empenados de por los Senores Leo Lucero y diario por tal de lograr el exito Jose Luiz Perez y tambien a la merecido.
Srita. Maria Marquez. Los demas integrantes de dicho
The Eco Newspaper is a B l-lingua l newspaper, published monthly by Maya Enterprises 600 West Northern A ve.
EDITOR: Ernesto Barrios SALES: Wanda M. .Padilla: COMPOSITION: Nita Barrios ASSOC. EDITOR: Joaquin Diaz CONTRIB. EDITOR: Joe Padilla PHOTOGRAPHY: William Forehand Jack Avalos LA YOUT: Miguel A. Jimenez Ernesto'Barrios
QUALITY CONTROL: Paul Bueno DISTRIB. MANAGER: W. Padilla :
. QiSTRIBUTlON: Kay Aguilera Jr.
Fue en el parlamento bri-tdnico, si mal no recuerda, donde se empez6 a hablar de la gente "de derecha" y la "de izquierda". Los liberates eran los de la izquierda y los conservadores los de la derecha. Cada cual se sen-taba en su sitio.
Desde entonces hemos ve-nido usando los mismos t6r-minos para designar realidades que han ido cambiando con el correr de la historia. Ahora los diputados se sien-tan revueltos, igual que los senadores.
Necesitamos renovar nuestro lenguaje, empezando con el lenguaje de los politicos, que es el m6s manoseado. Propongo que ellos mismos escojan sus nombres para el futuro; asi no se podrdn que-jar de los nombrecitos que les pone el pueblo, que pue-den resultar hasta ofensiyos. |Que se autobauticen, pues!
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colaboracion con la Junta de Educacion de Chicago, ha logrado obtener mas de ocho mil dolares para efectuar un analisis entre profesores graduados en cualquiera de los paises hispano-americanos, pero que no sean reconocidos por las autoridades educa-cionales locales o del estado. Con esa irrisoria cantidad se pretende -a juzgar por lo informado- solucionar la problematica existente en el campo educativo bilingiie, y tal como lo manifestara Eduardo Cadavid: “...ocho mil dolares no es gran cosa pero... es lo mas que hemos podido obtener para capacitar, despues del andlisis academico-intelectual, a VEINTICINCO ma-estros que no hayan logrado las
equivalencias en sus estudios pedagogicos. La cantidad demaestros mencionada -tambien irrisoria- debera proceder de los paises que constituyan mayoria entre las poblaciones latinas: “...como por ejemplo -dijo el profesor Cadavid- los cubanos, mexicanos y
puertorriquenos cons-tituyen la mayoria de pobladores de paises latinos en Chicago, ellos tendran preferencia, pero tambien tendremos entre los veinticinco maestros ecuatorianos, argentinos, colom-bianos, etc."
Por otra parte y tambien con fondos federates autorizados bajo el Titulo VII, 30 educadores que actualmente se desempehan como maestros aurtiliares, recibiran preparation universitaria (Chicago State University) para ser ascendidos a profesores titulares y otras 15 personas, recibiran el mismo entrenamiento para que ouerian calificar dentro
del rango magisterial como “Teachers Aid”. “La cantidad de fondos que hemos obtenido para este programa -dijo el profesor mexico-americano Francisco Ventura recientemente ascendido a posicion administrativa similar a la de Eduardo Cadavid-suma veinticuatro mil cuatrocientos ochenta dolares. Ahora bien -enfatizo Ventura- este plan de subsidios durara 5 anos... si es que durante el primer periodo fiscal no£ da los resultados que esperamos”.
La proliferacion de este tipo de proyectos continua con la Universidad de Illinois Circle-Campus, a traves de la cual por cuatro anos se ha estado capacitando a profesores bilingiies, siendo el periodo que comienza el proximo mes de septiembre el ultimo que sera financiado por el gobierho federal con ciento cincuentitres mil dolares, los cuales en un 70% son invertidos para el pago de los becarios: “Tenemos dos requisitos principales para nuestro programa- dijo Silvia Silvero a cargo del proyecto- en primer lugar el estudiante debe ser bilingiie y como segundo requisito es que debe comprobar dos anos de educacion universitaria, sin importar en que pais los haya estudiado...”.
Nuestros lectores podran analizar el alcance de estos programas, habida cuenta que mas de NOVECIENTOS profesores . graduados en paises hispano-americanos, han ' sido empadronados por el Comite del Cardenal demostrando con ello que a traves de programas federales, sera muy dificil que se logren las metas de preparacion de elementos magis-teriales.


Pagina 3. EL ECO, Agoito 1974
UP WITH PEOPLE
Directs men to desde la ciudad da New York. Carnegie Hall, mas da 100 artistes tod os jovenes, ban cautivado el publico de el mundo entero con el wpirttu alegre de ai music*.
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AMALIA MENDOZA "LA TARIACURI" Destacada Artista y cantante del folklore Mexicano, sera una de las atracciones maximaspara Fiesta Day en el dia Domingo 25 de Agosto.
Scintillating songstress Vikki Carr, and a host of Mexico's most famous entertainers have been signed to headline Colorado State Fair grandstand shows August 25 and 26.
"Our entertainment booking is now complete," said a Jubilant Fair Manager George Scott. "We feel that we've put together a stellar ethnic program in offering Mexico's finest performers, and just topped the cake with the vivacious Miss Carr."
Manuel Lopez Ochoa, Amalia Mendoza, Yolanda Del Rio, Charro Del Misterio, Los Gavilanes Del Norte, Mariana De La Cruz, and Mariachi Los Mensajeros will highlight the
THE 1974 COLORADO... Continued from Page 1
well as making a special appearance in bandshell No. 1 on Kid's Day, August 26.
Pre-Fair events designed to generate Fair spirit will include Pueblo's annual State Fair Stomp-On and State Fair Bierfest; statewide displays at various retail outlets; the Fair singers and dancers appearing throughout Colorado performing and handling-out Fair miniature gliders and informational items.
All systems are go. The spring cleaning and refurbishing of fairgrounds facilities in preparation for displaying the pride of Colorado is going at full thrust
The best of Colorado 4-H, FFA, cultural, educational, agricultural, and commercial exhibits will again provide the nucleus of a great Fair. But, those frills like a parachute-jump, melodrama, horseracing, and even the rock-o-plane and candy apples are sure nice diversions.
outstanding array of Mexican entertainers at the 6 and 9 p.m. grandstand shows on Fiesta Day, Sunday, August 25.
Los Angeles Times' "Woman of the Year" in 1970, and American Guild of Variety Artists' "Singer of the Year" in 1972, Miss Carr brings her warm smile and big voice to the fair's free grandstand on Monday August 26, at 6 and 9 p.m.
Mexico's No. 1 actor, renowned for his song stylings, voice and good looks, Manuel Lopez Ochoa, tops the Fiesta Day showbill along with Mexico's first and formost singer or sentimental, romantic, and heartfelt country (rancher) tunes, Amalia Mendoza.
MARIANA DE LA CRUZ Con su voz femenil y atractivo los Mensajeros, llenara da alegria Mexicana.
Young, dynamic and exuberent Yolanda Del Rio also stars in the Fiesta Day grandstand shows with Mariana De La Cruz, another fine Mexican songstress known for her charm, personality and beauty. Charro Del Misterio, the masked crooner of mystery, makes his fair debut with them.
The Fiesta Day arquee is complete with Los Gavilanes Del
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ADELANTE "Familia” Holds Picnic.
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Hard work is fun! People are fun! If you don’t believe it, ask the Westsiders who attended the “Familia” picnic at Rotella Park in Adams County, Sunday, June 28th.
The “Familia” consists of the community representatives of the organizations who are associated with the Adelante Community Supermarket. They are: West-side Action Council and Action Center staff, Denver Community Development Corporation and staff. The two organizations have formed the Westside Economic Enterprise Corporation that owns the Adelante Community Supermarket.
A great deal of work has gone into building-up the Supermarket Many har-working, dedicated
Many hard-working, dedicated individuals have spent many hours during the past two years to make the supermarket a viable services to the community. Some of this hard work is beginning to show where the community can take pride in the renovations of the Supermarket including the new Adelante sign, that catches your eye as you drive past 7th and Santa Fe.
Well enough of that! Let’s get back to the picnic. Those hard working Westsiders know how to have fun too. And what an appetite! The meat manager, Ben Aragon, who was the “Chef” didn’t have any problems in desposing of the steaks and the hotdogs. After a hardy meal, the game organizers, Manuel
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Martinez and Joe Giron Trom Brothers Redevelopment took over. What games! Have you ever tried to catch a raw egg at 20 paces? Many tried! Many failed! but those that did, had lotsa you know what to wipe off. The volley ball champions for this year are the Brothers Redevelopment team. Wait till next year, they’ll be challenged again. The best “Mudders” of the day
were the Bob Baca (Adelante manager) Gang, who out-muscled the Ortiz Gang on Tug-O-War game. By the day’s end, everyone had a good time and it will be done again next year.
Special guests were Joe and Wanda Padilla from “El Eco" newspaper and Jeff Fisher from the Denver Post. They had fun too!
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Pagina 5, EL ECO, Agosto 1974
Navy to commission new destroyer escort:
USS Valdez
WASHINGTON, D.C. (NAVNEWS) ... The USS Valdez (DE-1096), a Knox class destroyer escort, is scheduled to be commissioned at Charleston, S.C., on July 27, 1974. The 4,200 ton anti-submarine escort destroyer will be the first Navy vessel to bear the name of a Spanish-American. The ship will carry a crew of 17 officers and 238 enlisted men.
Phil Isadore Valdez was bom on April 13, 1946, in Dixon, New Mexico, the son of Mr. & Mrs. Carlos Valdez. He was graduated from Espanola High School, Espanola, New Mexico in May 1965 and enlisted in the Navy as a hospital corpsman. He was awarded the Navy Cross for heroism with the First Marine Division in the Republic of Vietnam for duty on the morning of January 29, 1967. While participating in a helo-lift with his platoon, Petty Officer Valdez ran more than seventy-five yards over open terrain, under constant enemy fire, to aid a fallen Marine. After moving the man to a safe area and rendering competent
medical assistance, he again exposed himself to enemy fire and moved across approximately fifty yards of open terrain to treat a second Marine. He positioned himself between the man and the hostile fire and was mortally wounded by enemy small arms fire.
Valdez was constructed by Avondale Shipyards, Inc., of Westwego, Louisana. Her keel was laid on June 30, 1972. She measures 438 feet in overall length, 46 feet nine inches at the beam and has a maximum speed in excess of 27 knots. She will carry bow-mounted long range sonar and variable depth sonar. Armament includes one 5 inch 54 caliber rapid fire gun; an anti-submarine rocket (ASROC) system, and two anti-submarine homing torpedo launchers. She will have space and weight reservations for a self-defense missile weapons system. Ships of the Valdez class can operate as a unit of a hunter-killer antisubmarine force, as a screening force, amphibious or underway replenishment force as well as coastal patrol and convoy escort.
Hospital Corpsman Third Class Phil Isadore Valdez, USN, in whose honor DE-1096 is named, served with the First Marine Division in Vietnam
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Cuando una persona percibe estos por falta de aire. por aceleracion por dolor, etc. algo fuera de lo normal esta pasando -puede ser sin importancia y pasajero-pero tambien ptiede seriaiar un padecimiento serio.
Cualesquier persona que siente que respira con dificultad, que nota
The machine is a fire control radar tracker. The man operating it is Ludger Maciel. The machine is a highly sophisticated combination of computers, electronics and radar. The man is much the same combination. Que' Gran Liga.
Ludger, or 'Lou' as he is called, has been in the Navy just three years. He qualified for Fire Control Technician school and did very well. "The school was very tough for me. I knew nothing about this kind of thing before I came in the Navy. I was studying Political Science at Bradley University when I joined. Now I know something about electronics, radar, mechanics and other things all from this one job. Not only that... the pay is good."
Lou is right, the pay is good. And there could be an exciting job for you in the Navy. But, the Navy is not going to hand it to you. If you qualify for one of the over 300 jobs the Navy has to offer you, then the work begins. It means hitting the books pretty hard. But, when you've finished your training you can wear your new rating proudly because you will have really accomplished something. Then, of course, you will put your new Skills to use around the world.
Lou Maciel admits the school was tough for him. But, he made it and he is, indeed, putting his skills
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"Like Lou Maciel, you can put new skills to work. You can start by stopping by or calling your Navy Recruiter today."
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Esa persistencia puede ser signo. de aieccion grave y es urgente el cuidado medico.
S? la persona que sufre la dilicultad respira tori a mention ada ha fumade con alguna persistencia e in t en s i d a d: 1o s expertos pueden pensar que eso ya es un sintoma ostensible de enfisenia. o de alguna
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Pagina 6, EL ECO, Agosto 1974
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The process of selecting the right school can be an exciting bargain hunt, well worth careful effort. After all, it’s probably the most important purchase a person makes in his lifetime. The following information suggests a path that is bound to lead to a bargain.
The first step is to develop a list of possible schools. To do this, you must decide what kind of training you want and where you want to take it. Check the Directory of Postsecondary Schools with Occupational Programs which was published by the U.S. Office of Education in 1971. To purchase a copy, write to the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. The price is $3.95.
Make a card file of the schools that give the kind of training you want where you want to take it and put the information in the directory about the school on each card.'
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Also talk to people who have had some experience with the schools. Sometimes guidance counselors in the public schools are helpful. Counselors working with rehabilitation programs know even more about local trade and technical schools usually. If possible, contact some former students who attended the school and ask them about it. Inquire from area employers what their experience is with people who have had the training. Questions suggested by the Federal Trade Commission which prospective students should ask employers are:
- Would you hire graduates of the school?
- How many have you hired in the last year?
- Were they hired because of school training ?
- Did training make any difference in starting salary ?
The next step is to visit the school itself it at all possible. While you are there, look around and try to get a feeling about the school from the way people are behaving. Talk with students, recognizing while you are doing this that some are likely to be somewhat critical. Examine some of the course materials, and observe the facilities that are available. The develop some kind of a system for comparison, a simple chart of some sort. Bythe time you get your chart comiled you should be abie to make your decision.
The other most important factor is the attitude of employer. Good schools provide good training. In this, employers are the best judges.
If you shop carefully, you should have no problem. Herbert Ressing, Federal Trade Commission Consumer Education Director, stated, “Vocational school education can be valuable. We know that it can help people get better skills and better jobs."
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Muy pronto nos pondre-mps en contocto con los mar-cianos, si es cierto que los hay. Tal vez hasta lleguemos a comunicarnos con habitants de otras galaxias. Mien-tras tanto, en la Tierra no hemos logrado comunicarnos ni entre los miembros de la familia.
El hombre ha inventado aparatos que pueden hacer desaparecer las grandes dis-tancias. Vivimos en un mun-dito que puede recorrerse en cuestidn de boras; tenemos posibilidades sorprendentes para enviar mensajes de la-do a lado del planeta.
Tierra ha empequenecido no* tablemente.
^Que hemos hecho IO* hombres, sumidos como esta-mos en esta madeja de des-cubrimientos y adelantos? Nos hemos dedicado a per- ! der las capacidades que an- 1 tes tuvimos. Somos unos per-fectos desconocidos los unos * para los otros. Cada vez nos . alejamos mbs, y nos aleja- ' mos acercdndonos.
Los teldfonos aparente-mente nos unen, pues pode-mos hablar con alguien a cientos de kil6metros de dis-tancia. Lo que pasa es todo lo contrario: si podemos ha- â– , blar con la vecina por tel6-fono, nos evitamos el viaje de pared a pared. El resul-tado es previsible: cada vez se ven menos, se tratan me-nos de persona a persona y la comunicaci6n existe sdlo de palabra.
£Qu6 es entonces la co-municacion? En el sentido que yo lo he usado, este t6r-mino significa relaciones hu-manas, afectivas, afectuosas; conocerse. Alguien dir6 que no vamos a hacer eso con los marcianos, y bien hard, pues estard demostrando que huye a todo lo que suene a comunicacidn: nadie quiere ' hablar de lo que directamen-te le afecta.
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Pagina 7, EL ECO, Aoosto 1974
Don Garcia Jr. a former Pueblo resident, has joined the personnel staff of Mountain Bell in the Greeley District.
Garcia is the son of Don Garcia Sr. of 417 W. 13th St He is a graduate of Pueblo Centennial High School and Southern Colorado State College, where he received a bachelor's degree in administration and economics.
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Paloma de donde vienes? vengo de ver a Siqueiros traigo las alas quemadas por los pinceles de fuego.
Paloma de ala incendiada ? Como miraste a Siqueiros? muy palido y silencioso, como un sol que esta durmiendo
Era lumbre de la sang re, era trigo en movimiento hoy es un surco en reposo, en su cama todo quieto.
Paloma omasa con llanto, nuve, aire, lumbre y cerro una guitarra de tierra que haga condones su cuerpo.
Siqueiros no esta en su cama â– son cosas de entendimiento-se fue a pasear por el campo con Jos colores del viento.
En el plan, en la montana, en el aire y en el fuego los pajaros como rios lloran por un arbol menos
Ay! novias de cal amarga, muros de adobe y recuerdos la tarde se fue a un velorio con su rebozo de duelos.
Ay! David el flechador de mu rales sin secretos, que fuistes untando la sangre sob re las horas del miedo.
Honda roja sin reposo la de David cuando preso, con los pinceles nutria las libertades del vuelo.
Y despues ahi tendido como hoguera sin aliento como alguien que se da el lujo de que digan que esta durmiendo.
ifegaron los funcionarios y hombres de luces y verbo a verlo sobre su cama como un sol que esta durmiendo.
Bellas A rtes. La R otonda, por los caminos de Mexico llevan su cuerpo en el aire, sobre pasos de silencio.
Lo llevaron a enterrar los senores del gobierno, ay! que modo de arrancarlo de las raices del pueblo.
Paloma de luz herida con los plumajes de enero, regresa calladamente que esta durmiendo Siqueiros.

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Hired on a permanent basis at the Pueblo Army Depot on July 30 were nine local high school students. All will serve as fully qualified electronic fire control systems repairers with the missile systems division. They will serve a full forty hours per week until they resume their senior year in school. At that time
they will retain their jobs on a reduced schedule per week until they graduate.
East High School students with 540 hours each of electronic training joining the workforce were Frank A. Liptak, 1501 East First; Robert V. Winters, Jr., 1725 Iroquois;;Keith L. Quick, 1633 Saratoga Road; Bruce W.
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Richard E. Garza, 1157 S. Aspen Road, an SCSC student aide within the civilian personnel division at the Pueblo Army Depot, assist high school upon being hired on permanent basis electronic fire control system repairers. Completing the forms are Silvano (Tony))Lucero, Pat Vigil and David E. Luby. All three will work on reduced Schedule when they return to their senior classes this Fall. Lucero and Vigil are enrolled at Central HS and Luby at East HS.
Woods, 1329 Alexander Circle; David E. Luby v°,i5 Comanche
and Kevin T. Treanor, 1004 Maudsley. Students with 450 hours of electronic training hired were Alan E. Quist, 119 West 12th Street, Centennial HS; Pat
Vigil, 55 Small and Silvano A. Lucero, 1628 East Routt, both of Central High School.
According to civilian personnel officials at the depot, additional high school students in the same catagory are to be placed on the rolls this week.
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Some twenty one local high school vocational electronic students have been hired on a permanent basis this week at the Pueblo Army Depot. Under their career-conditional appointments, the students will serve full-time this summer as electronic fire control systems repairers at $4.66 per hour.
When they return to school this fall, the students will retain their jobs at the depot on a part-time basis until they graduate. After graduation, they will return to their full-time employment status.
The program was first initiated last year at the depot by permission of the U.S. Civil Service Commission and through the cooperation of local high
schools, teachers, councelors, parents, and the SCSC Vocational Technical Center. The PAD was the first federal installation nationally to adopt such a program for acquiring critically short skilled personnel. Those hired last year and who graduated from high school last spring are now permanently employed at the depot.
In other areas involving youth, some forty-three are employed as student aids under the summer employment of youth program, some forty six under the community service program for work experience (formerly known as the Neighborhood Youth Corps Program), and some twenty-six under the summer roster program.
GEORGE SCOTT State Fair Mgr.
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Norte, the Mexican duo who's norteno (northern Mexico style) music interpretation has won them acclaim throughout Mexico and the southwest United States. Los Gavilanes will also preceed Vikki Carr's performances August 26.
In addition, two of Mexico's most popular mariachi groups will perform on Fiesta Day. Mariachi Los Mensajeros will accompany the grandstand performers, and Mariachi Nuevo Guadalajara de Ruben Cruz, La Calavera will perform throughout the fairgrounds.
On Monday, August 26, Vikki Carr brings her inimitable show to Pueblo, Colorado to the state fair grandstand at 6 and 9 p.m. She has performed in some of the finest clubs in the world, a far cry from the Vietnam war zone where she won the hearts of so many Gl's on a three-week Danny Daye tour.
Nee Florencia Bisenta de Casillas Martinez Cardona in El Paso, Texas, Miss Carr still finds time to sing for a few hundred youngsters in a predominantly Mexican-American community for whatever benefit or charity cause she hears about, despite a - solid schedule of bookings.
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Since 1971, the Vikki Carr Scholarship Foundation, she has set to earmark a portion of her earnings for this educational purpose, has provided more than $40,000 to enable more than 50 students to attend universities and colleges throughout the country.
With the completion of entertainment booking, Scott enthusiastically expressed excitement in saying, "Providing the weather doesn't lambaste us, we expect this, the 102nd annual Colorado State Fair, to be our finest and best attended."
The complete grandstand entertainment schedule includes: The Up With People Show at 6 & 9 p.m. August 24; The F iesta of StarsShow at 6 & 9 pm. August 25;The Vikki Carr Show at 6 & 9 p.m. August 27.
The Bobby Goldsboro Show August 28; and the Charlie Rich Show August 29, wil also be presented August 30; the Dona Fargo Show will be featured August 31; and September 1 and Labor Day, September 2, the Roy Clark Show will supplement the rodeo fare. Rodeo showtime is 8 p.m. each -of-the-four nights.


MEXICO FABULOSO
Pagina 9, EL ECO, Agosto 1974
AMALIA
HERNANDEZ
Amalia Herndndex. rccibiendo el premio en ol “Toatro de las Naciones*' en Paris.
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EL comercio entre los mexicanos, no solo se hacia por medio de cambios, como dicen algu-nos autores, sino tambien por compra y venta. Tenian 5 clases de moneda corriente aunque ninguna acunada, que les Servian de precio para comprar lo que querian. La primera era una especie de cacao, diferente del que les servia para sus bebidas y que giraba sin cesar entre las manos de los traficantes, como la moneda de cobre o la plata menuda entre nos-otros. Contaban el cacao por xichipilli, que como sa-bemos, valia ocho mil; y para ahorrarse el trabajo de contar, suando la mercan-cia era de gran valor, calcu-laban por sacos, estimado cada uno de ellos en valor de tres xichipillis, o veinticua-tro mil almendras. La se-gunda especie de moneda consistia en unos pedacillos de tela de algodon, que 11a-maban “Patolcuachtli”, y que casi unicamente Servian para comprar los renglones de primera necesidad. La ter-cera era el oro en grano,
contenido en plumas de ana-de, las cuales por su trans-parencia dejaban ver el pre-cioso metal que contenian, y segun su grueso, eran de mayor o menor precio. La cuarta, que mas se aproxi-maba a la moneda acunada, consistia en unos peda-zos de cobre, cortados en fi-gura de T, y solo Servian . para los objetos de poco valor. La quinta, de que hace mencion Cortes en sus “Cartas”, eran unos pedazos de estano.
Vendianse y.permutaban-se las mercancias por nu-mero y por medida; pero no sabemos que se sirviesen de peso, o porque lo creyesen expuesto a fraudes, como dicen algunos escritores, o porque no lo juzgasen nece-sario, como dicen otros, o porque si lo usaron en efec-to, no llego a noticia de los espanoles.
In a country where dancing has always been an important part of cultural life, and is without doubt the most widely spread expression of the popular spirit, an artistic talent like Amalia Hemdndez, is taken-for granted. What places her apart is the faithful effort with which she has fostered the creative talent she has had since childhood.
She was bom in Mexico City, to a family whose high social position would seem to have kept her from any direct contact with the people. Nevertheless, she found within herself the same esthetic insight which has created the popular art forms, and which gives life to all our artistic expression* It can- be said that she received a precious legacy from her native ancestors. If we were to look for a face which should tipify Mexican womanhood, w e should go no further than Amalia Hernandez, whose beauty and spirit are tipically mestizo.
After returning to her oldest and most hidden sources she has enriched, thanks to her carefully studied technique and through knowledge of the ballet, the ancient patterns of Mexican choreography. Faithful to both her racial ancestors, she is the best interpreter of those dances which were bom of the fusion of Mexican and Spanish elements. In her, we witness once again the meeting of the two races. And this avowal of her own personality, gives her a mystic quality, and we are under the impression that she is performing ancient rites. Called upon to breathe new life into an ancient and magnificent art, she offers it the rare personal qualities of sincerity and depth.
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Sergeant’s Exams Need Improvement
In reference to the current controversy over the Colorado State Patrol’s Sergeant’s examinations, we feel that the complainants David Pacheco and Frank Carrillo have raised some real substantive issues about testing procedures in particular and minority hiring and promotion practices in general within the Colorado State Patrol.
Our research has disclosed that of the thirty or so members of ethnic minorities currently employed with the Colorado State Patrol, only one person, a patrolman of Oriental ancestry, currently holds a rank above patrolman. And that officer, a sergeant, is in a “showcase” position as a chauffeur to Governor John Vanderhoof. As far as we were able to determine, there are no Black or Chicano officers in the Colorado State Patrol at the rank of sergeant or above. As, far as women are concerned, Chief Keith could cite only one, a senior Radio Dispatcher in Montrose.
We feel that the present ratio of minority to non-minority persons in supervisory positions on the Colorado State Patrol smacks of tokenism, at best. At worst, this situation is evidence of a systematic process of denying employment and promotional opportunities to minorities.
The testing procedures for promotional examinations are also questionable. There are no specific- criteria of evaluation set up for a particular percentage score in either the Departmental or Oral examinations. The evaluators are given several different categories, and are asked to assign a percentage score based upon their evaluation of the candidate’s performance in these areas. It would seem to us that the system has inequities built into it, in that the evaluator could assign a percentage score based on his subjective reaction to the candidate, and then hunt for items in the candidate’s record to justify the score, be it high or low. Although we are not questioning the honesty of any departmental or oral board evaluator, we do feel that specific criteria of evaluation must be given for minimum and maximum levels of performance in order to determine arrival at a particular percentage score.
There is a Rating Review Board that has been established by the Colorado State Patrol to insure that performance ratings prepared on candidates for promotion on a statewide basis are accurate, fair and equitable. We feel that this procedure in itself is commendable. However, it cannot correct the built-in opportunity for subjective bias given the original methods of Departmental Promotional Ratings.
We also question the composition of the Oral Board, the final step in the sergeant’s promotional examination process. According to information contained in the State Personnel Board's decision on the appeal, the Personnel Department technician who assembled the Oral Board which evaluated the patrol sergeant candidates was guided by the goal of selecting board members “who would best represent the type of thinking that would be necessary to make a patrol sergeant” When we asked Chief Keith just what specifically is this type of thinking, he replied, “experience in selecting people of that type in their own organizations.”
Using this generalized criteria, the technician decided to compose the board of two active State Patrol members from surrounding states (Arizona and New Mexico), and a civilian, non-patrol member who “ideally would be someone coming into frequent business contact with the Colorado State Patrol.” (The person chosen was a Mr. Swigert, an ex-patrolman from Texas and an official of a Denver trucking .firm,)
According to information contained in the decision on Carrillo and Pacheco’s appeal, “None of the three, in so far as is known, is a member of any minority group, a woman, or handicapped. The technician did not enunciate any requisite for minority representation to the patrol chiefs with whom he conferred, nor did he consciously seek minority representation himself, being motivated mainly by the goal of obtaining 'somebody who could do a good job on an oral board for us.’ He was aware of the Affirmative Action Plan and the language therein that ‘every effort will be made to increase the use of qualified members of minority groups, women and the handicapped, as examiners on each oral examination board.’ ”
We feel that the Oral Review Board should have more input from the community in the form of non-patrol civilian members. After all, the sergeants serve not only the patrol, they serve the people of the State of Colorado and the people of other states who pass through Colorado. Thus, there should be less emphasis on experience with a state patrol organization as the primary criteria for selection. And we see no real valid reason why a woman, minority or handicapped person could not have been found qualified to serve on this board.
In conclusion, we feel that there are injustices and inequities built into the present methods of selecting qualified candidates for promotion to sergeant Patrol 829 salutes officers Pacheco and Carrillo for their 6ravery and determination to fight this issue in the courts. The battle will be long and hard, but we feel that in the end, these injustices will be corrected as the truth wills out.
C. 1974 by Jan Bell, Editor; PATROL 829, official publication of the Colorado State Patrol Union .Local 829
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Chicano leader dies at 53
Max Samuel Trujillo, a Colorado Springs man known for his concern for human development and the advancement of the Spanish American community in particular, died Tuesday at Air Force Academy Hospital. He was 53.
Trujillo, 469 Loomis Ave., was director of economic development and employment for the Urban League of the Pikes Peak Region for the past two and a half years. Local Urban League offices will be closed all day tomorrow in recognition of ThtjiUo's death.
Rosary services will be at 7 p.m. today in the Nolan Drawing Room. Funeral services will be at 10 am Friday in the Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. The Rev. Fr. Francis Colom C. R. will be the celebrant. Burial will be in the Fort Logan National Cemetery with full military honors.
Trujillo was born June 17, 1921, in Tollerburg, Colo. He entered the U.S. Army in 1938 and served as a paratrooper with the Screaming Cagles of the 101st Airborne Division during World War Q and the Korean conflict. He retired as sergeant-major.
From 1951 to 1955 he was assigned to the Denver Public School System as an ROTC instructor and later he was ap-' pointed as commondant of cadets at Denver’s Manual High School. From 1960 to 1963 he was assigned as chief enlistment instructor at Marmion Military Academy in Aurora, HI.
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He was a 1968 graduate of the University of Colorado and also was a history instructor at Southern Colorado State College in Pueblo.
Trujillo was a resident of Colorado Springs for the past six years. He was a member of the Our Lady of Guadalupe Church.
He also was a member of the Latin American Education Foundation, G.L Forum, Equal Employment Opportunity Council, Manpower Area Planning Council, Silver Key, Adult Service Advisory, Pikes Peak Mental Health and Family Counseling Center, and an adviser to the Harrison High (School Board.
He issurvived by his wife, Inez M. Trujillo, and Sgt Robert E. Trujillo, stationed with the U.8. Army in Korea; two daughters, Anita M. Trujillo and Patricia B. Thompson, both of Colorado Springs; four sisters, Mrs. Clara fierce, Mrs. Julia Chavez, Mrs. Margaret Garcia and Mrs. Rose Jose, all of Denver; six brothers, Maldo Trujillo of Denver, and Sanuff, Johnny, Jacob, Sam and Lanry Trujillo all of Fresno, Calif.; and two grandsons and numerous nieces and nephews.
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Btenvenidos a Ja Feria EST A TAL AGRICOLA Y GANADERA EN PUEBLO TONY ORLANOO Y DAWN En menos de tres enos han venaido mas de 20 millones de discos record unico, por estos grandes artistes que culminaran interpretando sus exitos, el martes 27 de Agosto The 1974 Colorado State Fair will offer a variety of ranging from topflight nightly entertainment in the grarldstand and an authentic melodrama in Fort Dunlap , to kiddie parachute jump training , pari-mutuel horse racing and an AllTribal Indian Encampment. "We're really , excited about the number and wide assortment of activities scheduled for this 102nd annual Colorado State Fair, " said George Scott, fair manager. "We hope to provide multiformity in our exhibits, amusements, entertainment line up , and overall programm ing so that we can make this truly a Fair with something for everyone. " Grandstand entertainment includes The Up With People congregation, The Fiesta Day Mexican Show, Tony Orlando & Dawn, Bobby Goldsboro , Charlie Rich and His Bank, Donna Fargo, The Roy Clark Show, and more will be . announced later. Supplementary performances this year will be presented in two bandshell facilities . Band shell No. 1, across from the Palace of Agriculture is slated to present daily professional en tertainment, while a new band shell No. 2, located adjacent to Fqrt Pun. !ap i' . continuous, amateur shows daily. At 8 p . m . each Fair night the melodrama "Life On The Border" will be presented by the State Fair Players in the south west corner of Fort Dunlap. Produced and directed by Neil White , the melodrama will cast area drama students and enthusiasts in the character roles. Fort Dunlap will also undergo other major changes. There will be a soloon serving beer and sarsaparilla to the mus i c of a player piano ; a working silver smith and blacksmith who will each demonstrate their craft and sell their wares; a general store complete with the old pickle barrel , hardtack, beef jerky , rock candy and other period foodstuffs ; and a furrier presenting work demonstrations and offering saleable skins , hides and other fur goods. "In all these Fort Dunlap attractions the Fair is making a concentrated effort in striving for authenticity in the nostalgia steeped traditions of the old west," related Scott. Every Indian tribe west of the Mississjppi River will be repre sented in the Fair's presentation of theAII-Triballndian Encamp ment, to be located outside the fo'rt. The Indians will perform their ancient dances and rituals, . offering insight . into their proud heritage , as well as making available for sale silver goods , jewelry, weaved products , drum s and other items . Adjacent to th e AllTribal Indian Encampment , the U .S. Army will construct a Junior Jump Tower at which youngsters will be afforded the opportunity to simulate the jolt and ride of a real parachuting experience. The jump tower is one fifth scale of the actual towers in such airborne centers as Ft. Benning, Georgia and Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. After the harnessed youngsters bail out of mock tower, they ride suspended from the ground for ap proximately 175 feet before gliding to a halt . The r i de will be a free attraction . The Colorado National Guard will pre sent yet another free attracti o n i n con n e ction with their rifle safety program. Youngst ers are instructed for 10 minutes in firearm safety rules and procedures and then they put those t echniques into practice while shooting BB guns at targets in an adjoining area . Last year more than 6,500 children passed through the training facility. In addition to the headline entertainment presented nightly in the grandstand, the 10-day Fair beginning August 24 and concluding Labor Day, Septem ber 2, will offer daytime attractions in the grandstand including the grace of pari mutuel horseracing and the sheer power and character of the pony and draft team pulling contests . Pari-mutuel races will be run the first Fair Weekend August 24 and 25 at noon , and then after a four-day hiatus, finish running the last four afternoons of the Fair August 30 through September 2, at 1 p.m . The Pony Team Pulling Contest will be featured at 1 p.m. August 26-27, and the Draft Team Pulling Contest will high light the afternoon grandstand events at 1 p.m. , August 28-29. The second annual Fair Snap shot Contest will give shutter bugs the opportunity to test their picture taking prowess by photographing Fair activities in hopes of winning prizes including cameras, photographic equip ment, ribbons and season passes for the 1975 Fair. The Sunshine Puppet Theatre will be presented four times a day in the Living Arts Building as another free attraction, as . • . on Page 3 YOLANDA DEL RIO Con una personalidad a l egre de juventud, y el sabor de una voz ne tamente Mexicans, nos deleitara con Ia expresion y el senti m iento de nue stra musica. AGUSTIN DEL RAZO Formando parte del Folklore de artistas Mexicanos, tendremos oportunidad de apresiar el colorido de una de las muchas culturas y tradiciones del Mexico de ayer, en una de sus maxirnas interpretaciones. Estamos en tiempo de Feria ... La Feria del gran estado de Colorado -Ia exposicion de productos de agricultura, de nuestra industria y comercio. Diez dias y noches emocion antes para exhibir Ia abundancia de nuestro suelo y Ia alegria del un Uno de esos dias sera "Fiesta Day" dedicado al grupo etnico muy prominente en Ia exploracio'n de Colorado y sus descendientes generaciones que han contribuido a Ia grandeza actual del estado. E I com ite especial de Fiesta • . 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.. Pagina 2, EL ECO, Agosto 1974 DIRECTORIO The Eco N e wspaper is a Bi lil'jgual newspaper, published m onthly b y Ma y a . Enterprises 600. West "Northern Ave. EDITOR: Ern esto Barrios SALES: Wanda M . . Padilla : CO MPOSITION: N ita B arri o s ASSOC. EDITOR: J oaqui n Diaz CONTRIB. EDITOR: J o e Padilla PHOTOGRAPHY: Willi a m F o rehand Jac k Avalos LAYOUT: M igu e l A . Jimenez Eme sr o "Barri o s . QUALITY CONTROL: Paul Bueno DISTR/8. MANAGER: W . Padilla : . P iSTRIBUTJON: J:
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AMALIA MENDOZA "LA TARIACURI" Destacada Artiste y cantante d e l folklore Mex i c ano, s era una de las a tracciones maximas para Fiesta Day en e l dia Domi ngo 25 d e Agosto . Sc i ntill ating songstress Vikki C a rr , and a ho st of Mexico' s mos t famou s e nterta i ner s have been signed to head line Colorado State Fair grandstand show s August 25 and 26 . " Our entertainment booking is now complete , " said a Jubilant Fair Manager George Scott. "We feel that we 've put together a stellar ethnic program in offer ing Mexico's finest performers , and just topped the cake with the vivacious Miss Carr . " Manuel Lopez Ochoa, Amalia Mendoza , Yolanda Del Rio , Charro Del Misterio, Los Gavilanes Del Norte, Mariana De La Cruz , and Mariachi Los Mensajeros will highlight the THE 1974 COLORADO ... outstanding array of Mexican entertainers at the 6 and 9 p.m. grandstand shows on Fiesta Day, Sunday, August 25. Los Angeles Times ' " Woman of the Year " in 1970 , and American Guild of Variety Artists' " Singer of the Year " in 1972, Miss Carr brings her warm smile and big voice to the fair's free grandstand on Monday August 26, at 6 and 9 p . m . Mexico's No.1 actor, renowned for his song stylings , voice and good looks, Manuel Lopez Ochoa , tops the Fiesta Day showbill along with Mexico's first and formost singer or sentimental, romantic, and heartfelt country (rancher) tunes, Amalia Mendoza. Pagina 3, EL ECO, Agosto 1974 UP WITH PEOPLE D ir:ecu mente Ia c iudad de N Y o rk, Carnegie H all , mas de 100 artlsta todos JOVs , h., ca utivado el public o de el mundo entero con el elpiritu .... ,. de au mulic.e . ._ _____ _ MARIANA DE LA CRUZ Con su Y?Z femenil y etractivo personal, acompanada con el Mariachi los Mensa)eros, llenara de alegria con el colorido de una gran F iesta The F i esta Day arquee i s complete w ith Los Gavilanes Del Continued 011 Page 8 Los a h3r n •NVNC"<1R <>< l grande F1 su IWI:OCio ... thr IIM"fl h :ml" Mill .11'1"" .. l:tft• \00111 tolltllrm \otll "lll"" th!•tr ;:ulut It I I 0 Young, dynamic and exuberent Yolanda Del Rio also stars in the Fiesta Day grandstand shows with Mariana De La Cruz , another fine Mexican songstress known for her charm, personality and beauty. Charro Del M ister i o , the masked crooner of mystery , makes his fair debut with them . A.A.U Continued fro m Page 1 well as making a special appearance in bandshell No . 1 on Kid's Day , August 26 . Pre Fair events designed to generate Fair spirit will include Pueblo ' s annual State Fair Stomp-On and State Fair Bierfest; statewide displays at various retail outlets; the Fair singers and dancers appearing throughout Colorado performing and Fair miniature gliders and informational items. NOND TOBA GENIUS ••• 1./3 ').../ ''se ka..bla.. rQ.tl.(l'. SERVICE; BU.RGJ.ARIIIIII?ht RM>!o DISPAT0-4 1 AAA BfJNIB) ff.?IIJ.bi&.O l hJSUQ.I) I L.oc.ICt Seta.JIGA-R.f.PAIR.> Pfl.1i> k'1S Poll Avn> & cH1c.E. MOelut All systems are go. The spring cleaning and refurbishing of fairgrounds facilities in prepara tion for displaying the pride of Colorado is going at full thrust. The best of Colorado 4-H FFA, cultural, educational: agricultural , and commercial exh i bits will again provide the nucleus of a great Fair . But, those frills like a parachute-jump, melodrama, horseracing, and even the and candy apples are sure nice diversions. Los anuncios hace n grande su negodo.. L n 1 thr mNc h anl!c will liP fllfN 'i.ll r t.-11 them yo u l!.IW ther ad i n EL.: ECO MAYA Wlen you can't figure out how your b ills w ill get paid call the friendly people at MEMBER F .D.I.C. \ ' . . .. :; .. , . -.. . ..... - • ., --,....t • ' .. • . : ' l \ t. .. ' t' : 1062 SO. GAYLORD ST. DENVER, COLORADO LAS CAZUELAS AU RANT AUTHENTIC MEXICAN FOOD Complete Menu from dinners to Special Orders: Antbjitos Mexicanos Carnitas estilo Mexico Menudo, Carne Adovada Pallo Rostizado, Mole OPEN: Tue. Wed. Th. 11:00 a.m.'9:00p.m. Fri. Sat. Sun. from 11 :00 a.m. fo 4:oo a.m. 2151 LARIMER ST. DENVER --PH: 893-0222 ' ; ' l' 1 'd , -,• ,r • \ . t • f ' • t I. • ,•• f

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Pagina 4, EL ECO, Agosto 1974 J . ADELANTE Faillilia' Holds Picnic. GOOD SERVICE PEOPLE EARINI PROMOTIONS Promoti on s a r e prominent i n much of the news at Gate City Steel these days as GOOD SERVICE PEOPLE at most of the firm ' s plants are rewarded for their contributions both to Gate City's progress and to its continuing good cus .tomer service. We would like to acknowledge the congratulati ons given to Mr. Jake Fernandez. Jake has been promoted to Territory Salesman in the Denver district. In his new position, Mr. Fernandez responsibilities include serving customers in the southern Colorado area . A veteran of twelve years service with the U . S . Army, he spent nearly nine years overseas in clud ing a year and a half in Vietnam. An accomplished l inguist, Jake has mastered four languages including German & Spanish also English and conversational Greek. JAKE FERNANDEZ MINIOIISTES. SAVE 40-60% DIRECT BUYINGRegalos de Mexico buys directly . from Mexico eliminating middleman protits. YOU GET THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT! LOW OVERHEAD-Regalos de Mexico is located in . a low overhead area. YOU GET THE DOLLARS FROM THE SAVINGS! Shop our unique, colorful market today 0INDIAN-MADE TURQUOISE JEWELRY0 REGALOS de MEXICO 1023 SO. FEDERAL 934-8406 DID YOU KNOW By Tony Ortiz Director o f Public Relation for DCDC 4142 Tejon Street Denver, Colorado 80211 Hard work is fun! People are fun! If you don't bel i eve it, ask the Westsiders who attended the "Familia" picnic at Rotella Park in Adams County, Sunday, June 28th. The "Familia" consists of the community representatives of the who are associated with the Adelante Community Supermarket. They are : West side Action Council and Action Center staff, Denver Community Development Corporation and staff. The two organiza t ions have formed the Westsiqe Economic Enterprise <;:orpor ation that owns the Adelante Community Supermarket.. A gre11t deal of work has gone into building-up the Supermarket Many har-working, dedicated Many . hard-working, dedicated individuals have spent many hours during the past two years to make the supermarket a viable services to the community. Some of t . his hard work is beginn ing to show where the community Can take pride in the renovations of the Supermarket including the new Adelante that catches your eye as you drive past 7th and Santa Fe. Well enough of that! Let's get back to the picnic. Those hard working Westsiders know how to have fun too. And what an . appetite! The. meat manager, Ben Aragon , who was the "Chef'; didn't have any problems in desposing of the steaks and the hotdogs. After a hardy meal, the game organizers, Manuel YOU COULD BUY A WICKER ROCKING CHAIR FOR s2.75 BACK IN 1908? Well, you could. And that just goes to show how much the cost of living has gone up over the years . • Well , it's no different for those of us at Public Service Company. And the increasin g cost of doing business can only mean one thing-higher energy prices. But that's what it takes to make sure enough natural gas and electric energy will be available today, and in the years to come. And after all , at Public Service Company, our job is providing the energy you need for the life you lead. Martinez: and Joe Giron fro,m Brothers Redev .elopment took over . What games! Have you ever: tried to catch a raw egg at 20 paces? Many tried! Many failed! but those that did, had lotsa you know what to wipe off. The volley ball champions for this year are the Brothers Redevelopment team. Wait till hext year, they'll be challenged again. The best ' '[v'ludders" of the were the Bob Baca (Adelante manager) Gang, who out-muscled the Ortiz Gang on Tug-0-War game. By the day's end, every one had a good time and it will be done again next year. Special guests ' were . Joe and Wanda Padilla from "EI Eco" newspaper afld Jeff Fisher frqm the Denver Post. They had fun too! Exclusive SHOWING.!! Introducing Handmade. Indian Jew,elry -Now at WARDS -20 !o OFF Now is the time to buy that special of Indian Stlver and Turquoise, fast becumitlg th e Collectors Investment BROADWAY •lAIIESIDE • VIllA ITAUA • NOIITII VAllEY •IUCXINGIIAM SQUARE "'"-...._..,.. .. , • ._.,,. • • , ........ ..... ,., .... , OOf\IU D(Jt V U WlWOOO • A UIOh FT. COLLINS: GREEt..E V, BOULDER, COLORADO SPRINGS

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According to Federal Trade Commissioner Chairman Lewis A. Engman, "American consumers are becomjng increasingly attracted to the promising value of a vocational education. Along with this growing popularity there is an increasing need for prospective students to make a careful evaluation of a specific vocational course or school before they make any financial commitment. The essential criterion for that evaluation should be the value of the school's training in help ing students get a good job. " The process of the right school can be an exciting bargain hunt, well worth careful effort. After all, it's probably the most important purchase a pe r son makes in his lifetime. The following information suggests a path that is bound to lead to a bargain. The first step is to develop a list of possible schools. To do this, you must decide what kind of training you want and where you want to take it. Check the Directory of Postsecondary Schools with Occupational Programs which was published by the U.S . Office of Education in 1971. To purchase a copy, write to the Superintendent of Documents, U .S. Government Printing Office, Washington , D.C. 20402. The price is $3.95. Make a card file of the schools that give the kind of training you want where you want to take it and the information in the directory about the school on each card ."" The ne x t step is to gather a fl . the information you can about the school. . Call the school or eoronada National Banlf CHECKING "CHECK AND SAVE" "Denver's only Mexican-American owned bank: Maintain $100 Minimum Balance During Statement Period and There are NO Service Charges for Your Checking Account. Write All the Checks You Like-FREE! SAVINGS From Passbook Savings to Certificates of Deposit, Our Interest Rates are the Maximum Allowable by Law! l04NS Fc)r Auto Household Goods Home Improvement A FULL SERVICE BANK eoronado National Ba.n& Member F.D.I.C. Serving the Entire Community of Metro-Denver" 1400 Irving Street (Near Colfax and Federal in the Avondale Shopping Center) Denver, Colorado 80204 Telephone 303-572-3811 Hours: 10-6 Monday thru Friday 9-12 Saturday Drive-Up and Night Depository Available Good for FREE replica of original Aztec Calendar when you open a NEW Savings or Checking acct. write for descriptive material which the schools . all have available. Examine these materials to find out about courses , faculty, facilities, and costs. Also talk to people who have had some experience with the schools. Sometimes guidance counselors in the public schools are helpful. Counselors working with rehabilitation programs know even more about local trade and technical schools usually. If possible, contact some former students who attended the school and ask them about it. Inquire from area employers what their ex perience is with people who have had the training. Questions _ suggested by the Federal Trade Commission which prospective students should ask employers are: -Would you hire graduates of the school? How many have you hired in thelast year? Were they hired because of school training? Did training make any difference in starting salary? The next step is to visit the school itself it at all possible. While you are there, look around and try to get a feeling about the school from the W,ay people are behaving. Talk with students, recognizing while you are doing this that some are I i kely to , be somewhat critical. Examine some of the course materials, and observe the facilities that are available . The develop some kind of a system for comparison, a simple chart of some sort. Bythe time you get your comiled you should be able to .. make your decision . _ The 6th' er most imporfant factor is ttfe attit ude bf employer. _ Good schools provide good training. In this, employers are the best judges. If you shop carefully, you should have no problem. Herbert Ressing, Federal Trade Commis sion Consumer Education Direc tor, stated, "Vocational school education can be valuable. We know that it can help people get better skills and better fobs . " Muy pronto nos pondre lnos en contado con los mar&' si es cierto qUe lOs ' hay. Tal vez hasta lleguemos Cf comunicarnos nabitan tes de-otras gci'laxias. Mientras tanto, en Ia Tierra no hemo . s logrado comunicarnos ni entre los miembros de Ia familia. El hombre ha inventado aparatos que pueden hacer desaparecer las grandes dis tancias. Vivimos en un mun dito que puede recorrerse en cuesti6n de horas; tenemos posibilidades sorprendentes para enviar mensajes de la do a lado del planeta. Tierra ha empequefiecido _ no tablemente. (.Que hemo$ hecho I...'S hombres, somidos como esta mos en esta madeja de des cubrimientos y adelantos? Nos hemos dedicQdo a per' der las capacidades que antes tuvimos. Somos unos per1 fectos desconocidos los unos I para los otros. Cada vez ; alejamos mas, y nos ale1a mos acercandonos. . Los tetefonos aparente, mente nos unen, pues pode mos hablar con alguien a cientos de kil6metros de dis1 tancia. Lo que paso es todo lo contrario: si podemos ha-i blar con Ia vecina por tele' fono, nos evitamos el viaje de pared a pared. El resul1 tado es previsible: cada vez se ven menos, se tratan me nos de persona a persona y Ia comunicaci6n existe s61o de palabra. <.Que es entonces Ia co municaci6n? En el sentido que yo lo he usado, este mino significa relaciones hu manas, afectivas, afectuosas; conocerse. Alguien dire que 1 no vamos a hacer eso con los marcianos, y bien hare, pues estar6 demostrando que huye a todo lo que suene a comunicaci6n: nadie quiere : hablar de lo que directamen te le afecta. COMPLETE LINE OF -Old Fashion Meat Displa y 727 SANTA FE DRIVE ---DENVER Open Weekdays 8 :30A.M. to 8:30P.M. SUNDAYS 9:00A.M. 6:00P.M.

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HELP WANTED : Precision Production Machinists with 3 years exp. & setu p s . Apply to Employment Office, SUN STRAND, 2480 W . 70th Ave . Denver , Colorado. HELP NEEDED: Mechanical Designers to design & layout electronic and transport mechan isms. Experience necessary . Call or write: Ron Cordova, IBM Corporation, Coulder, Colo. Ph. 447-5794. FOR SALE: 1967 Volvo 4-door Sedan with 1973 engine. Sturdy car, mechanically good, needs paint. $900.00 or best offer. Call: Denver ph. 722-2228. Bi lingual Hostess Wanted for North Denver Neighborhood Hours flexible Car Required Contact Rita Higgins Phone: 255-1526 for interview .. Welcome Wagon I nternat'l Inc. CASE Y SEWING CENTER Authorized Franchised Dealers Nelco A leo • Necch i REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES & MODELS 38th & FEDERAL -DENVER PH :455-7013 LA CASA DE MANUEL -MEXICAN FOOD HOURS: 12 :00 8 :30P.M. Tues. Sat . 201 0 Larimer St. Denver,Ph :222-8705 If you ever feel discouraged with your job imagine yourself wi1tlout it. RCEJPE FOR HAPPINESS: Take 2 heaping cups of patience 1 heartful of LOVE 2 handfuls of gmerosity A Dash of laughter 1 headful of understanding Spri nkle generously with kindness, Add plenty of faith & mix well. Spread over a period of a lifetime, And serve everyone you meet. DON GARCIA Jr. Pagina 7, EL ECO, Aoosto 1974 NEW SUPERVISOR FOR MOUMTAlN BEI.L Don Garcia Jr. a former Pueblo resident, has join ed the personnel staff of Mountain Bell in the G reeley District. Gar cia is the son of Don Garcia Sr . of 417 W . 13th St. He is a graduate of Pueblo Centennial H igh S chool and Southern Colorado St ate College, where he receive d a bachelor's degree in administration and economi cs . He w1ll be an emplo ment superv isor for the telephone company, WJth h e re sponsi bil ity of interview ing and h i r i ng employees for Mountatn Bell's northern Colorado operation. Garcia previously worked i n the company's engineering t echnician . Before JOIOing Mountain Bell , Garcia spent three years with the Army Cor ps of Engineers . CORRIDO Al GRAN PINTOR MURALISTA DAVID ALFARO SIOUEIROS ---"Paloma de donde vienes? ve ngo de vera Siqueiros rraigo las alas quemadas por los pince l es d e fuego. Paloma d e ala incendiada ? C o1no miraste a Siqueiros? muy palido y silencioso. com o un sol que esra durmiendo Era lumbre de Ia sangre, era trigo e n m ovimiento hoy es un surco e n reposo, e n s u coma t odo quieta. Paloma amasa con 1/anto, nuve, aire, lun1bre y cerro una guitarra d e tierra Ay! David el flechador de mura l es s in secre r os, que fui s t es untando Ia sangre sobre la s l1o ras d e l miedo . H onda roja sin re poso Ia d e David cuando preso, con los pince l es nutria l as libertades del v u e l o. Y despue s alii t endiiio como hoguera sin alien c o com o alguien que se do e l lujo de que digan que es t a dunniendo. Llegaro n los funcionarios y 11omb r es de luce s y verb o a verlo sobre su coma que haga canciones su c uerpo. como un sol que esra durmiendo. Siqueiros n o esta e n su c oma -son cosas de entendimiento se fue a pa.ear por e l campo conJos co/ores del viento. En e l olan, en Ia montana, en e l a ire y e n e l fuego los pajaros como rios /loran por un arbol menos. Ay! novias de cal muros de adobe y recuerdos Ia Tarde se fue a un ve lori o con su rebozo de due los. B ellas A rtes, La Rotonda, por los caminosde Mexico /levan su c uerpo e n el a ire, sobre paso s de silenc i o. Lo llevaron a enterrar los senores del gobierno, ay! que modo de arrancarlo de I!JS raices del pueblo. Palom a d e luz herida con los plumajes de enero, regresa cal/adamente que es ta durmiendo Siqueiros. STOP BY OUR OFFICE MAIN AT FIRST ;.. .RE.AL ESTATE R.esi dential MANAGEMENT INSURANCE: -Auto -Home -Life ------TAILORS TUXEDO RENTALS & SALES Also Business Suits See Us for: Sr. Jerry Lara, Manager. WEDDINGS, PROMS AND ALL FORMAL OCCASIONS ' ----. . ---------" "Se Habla Espanol e Ingles" 601 15th . St. (at Welton) DENVER, Ph: 534-6252 SABOREE LAS MEJORES TORTILLAS DE HARINA Y MAIZ DE PUEBLO PH 546-1275 L a familia Ramirez, cuenta con Ia mas amplia experrencta en su ramo , Ia satisfaccion de miles de hogares del s uroeste de Texa s . asl lo atestiguan . Ahora sirviendo a to dJ el basto estado de Colorado A sus ordenes en 1812 Santa Fe Dr. Blende , Colo . Telefono : 546 1275 THE BEST CORN & FLOUR TORTILLAS IN COLORADO !!!!q! .;j 111111111111111111111 n I IIIII U llllllllliiiiii.IIIIIJ 1812 SANTA FE DR . BLENDE, COLORADO. Wanted: 1D and OD Grinders TURRET LATHE MACHINISTS ... GEAR GRINDERS WITH THREE TO FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE. YOU MUST OWN YOUR OWN TOOLS. SUNSTRANO has one of the finest fringe benefit programs available: -Health care benefits Ret irement provisions -Vacations: up to four weeks {11 12 paid .Holidays per Year) -Educatinal reimbursements -Sick Leave SUNDSTRANO IMMEDIATE PLACEMENT Apply Employment Office If you are a precision machinist and have at least three years expe11ence, own your own tools and setups-SUNDSTRANO Wo'uld like to talk to you. 2480 \V. 70th.Ave. • • Denve.r. Colo. ...

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Pagina 8, EL ECO, Agosto 1974 SfUDEN : JOIN PAD WORJ( FORCE H i r e d on a permanent basis at they will retain their jobs on a the Pueblo A r m y Depot on Jul / . reduced s chedule per week until 30 wen'l nin e local high school they graduate. students. All wi-ll serve as fully East High School students with qualified electronic fire control 540 hours each of electronic systems repairers with the missile joining the workforce systems division . They will serve were Frank A . Liptak, 1501 East a full _ forty hours per week First ; Robert V . Winters, Jr., until they resume their senior ' i 725 Iroquois; ; Keith L . Quick , year in school. At that time 1633 Saratoga Road ; Bruce W . Featuring: -JA.IMIE GOMEZ ,LaManeha SERVING THE FINEST IN . MEXICAN FOOD & YOUR FAVORITE COCKTAILS IN AN UNRIVALED SPANISH ATMOSPHERE. Larimer Square Denver, Colo. Ph: 573-9797 Richard E. Garza, 1157. S. Aspen Road, an SCSC student aide within the civilian personnel division at the Pueblo Army Depot, assist high school upon being hired on permanent basis electronic fire control systein repairers. Completing the forms are Silvano (Tony) )Lucero, Pat VIgil and David E. Luby. All three will work on reduced Schedule when they return to their senior classes this Fall. Lucero and Vigil are enrolled at Central HS and Luby at East HS. Woods, 1329 Ale x ander Circle ; David E . Luby . '0. 15 Comanche and Kevin T . T reanor, 1004 Maud s ley. Students with 450 hours of electronic training hired were A I an E. Quist , 119 West 12th Street, Centennial HS; Pat Vigii, 55 Small and Silvano A. Lucero, 1628 East Routt, both of Central High School. According to civilian personnel od' ficials at the depot, additional high school students in the same catagory are to be placed on the rolls this week . Local Vocational STUDENTS HIRED BY PAD Some twenty one local high school vocational electronic students have been hired on a permanent basis this week at the Pueblo Army Depot. Under their career conditional appoint ments, the students will serve full time this summer as electronic fire control systems repairers at $4.66 per ho _ ur. When they return to school this fall, the students will retain their jobs at the depot on a part-time basis until they graduate. After graduation, they will return to their full-time employment status. The program was first initiated last year at the depot by permission of the U .S. Civil Service Commission and through the cooperation of local high schools, teachers, cou ncelors , parents , and the SCSC Vocational Technical Center. The PAD was the first federal installation nationally to adopt such a program for acquiring critically short skilled personnel. Those hired last year and who graduat ed from high school last spring are now permanently employed at the depot. In other areas involving youth, some forty-three are employed as student aids unoer the summer employment of youth program, some forty six under the -community service program for work experience . {formerly known as the Neighborhood Youth Corps Program), and some twenty-six under the summer roster program. GEORGE SCOTI State Fair Mgr. FromPage 3 Norte, the Mexican duo who's norteno (northern Mexico style) music interpretation has won them acclaim throughout Mexico and the southwest United States. Los Gavilanes will also preceed Vikki _ Carr's perfor mances August 26. In addition, two of Mexico ' s most popular mariachi groups will perform on Fiesta Day. Mariachi Los Mensajeros will accompany the grandstand performers, and Mariachi Nuevo Guadalajara de Ruben Cruz, La Calavera will perform throughout the fairgrounds. On Monday, August 26, Vikki Carr !:?rings her inimitable show to Colorado to the state fair grandstand at 6 and 9 p.m. She has performed in some of the finest clubs in the world, a far cry from the Vietnam war zone where she won the hearts of so many Gl's on a three-week Danny Daye tour. Nee Florencia Bisenta de Casillas Martinez Cardona in El Paso, Texas, Miss Carr still finds time to sing for a few hundred youngsters in a predominantly Mexican-American community for whatever benefit or charity cause she hears about, despite a schedule of bookings. MAJOR BUSINESSES are actively seeking Chicano and Chicana graduates of Sales Training Institute in the field of sales ! ! NO COST SALES APTITUDE TEST APPROVED FOR VETERAN"S TRAINING 180 EASr SPEER BLVD.. DEliVER. COLO . 802D3 PHONE 839 South Cin:le Drift Colorado Springs Ph: 471-4880 PUEBLO'S MEETING PLACE -24-HOUR ROOM :J/.c f',alu,.;ng . CONTINENTAL COCKTAIL LOUNGE FINE FOODS NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT BANQUET & MEETING ROOMS FOR 500 PUEBLO'S COMPLETE CONVENTION FACILITY PARTY fACILITIES FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS GRA"CIOUS. DINING IN RELAXED SETTING 542-3750 Complete Menu AT INTERSTATE 25 & HIWAY 50 EAST (EXIT 41). Moreover, Miss Carr's generosity and concern is extended especially to Mexican-American young people, with her annual series ot $1000 scholarships to help some of the bright, deserving young Chicanos who could not otherwise afford to go to college. Since 1971, the Vikki Carr Scholarship Foundation, she has set to earmark a portion of her earnings for this educational purpose, has provided more than $40,000 to enable more than 50 students to attend universities and colleges through out the country . With the completion of entertainment booking, Scott enthl!siastically expressed ex citement in saying, "Providing the weather doesn't lambaste us, we expect this, the 102nd annual Colorado State Fair, to be ourfinest and best attended." The complete grandstand entertainment schedule includes: The Up With People Show at 6 & 9 p.m. August 24; The '-----------------------------' Fiesta of Stars Show at 6 & 9 pm. <&la!i!l mnrtnr August 25;The Vikki Carr Show at 6 & 9 p.m . August 27. The Bobby Goldsboro Show August 28; and the Charlie Rich Show August 29, wil also be presented August 30; the Dona Fargo Show will be featured August 31; and September 1 and Labor Day, September 2, the Roy Clark Show will supplement the rodeo fare. Rodeo showtime is 8 p.m. each • . -of -the -four nights. . -•.

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P agina 9 , EL ECO , Agosto 1974 MEXICO FABULOSO AMALIA HERNANDEZ Amalia Hernandez. rccibiendo el pr.,mio en ol roatro d e las Nacionos"" en Paris. In a country where dancing has always bee.:1 an important part of cultural life, and is with out doubt the most widely spread e xpression of the popu, --------=' Jar spirit, an artistic talent like Amalia Hernandez, is taken . for granted. What places her apart is the faithfu l effort with which she has fostered the creative ta lent s h e has had s ince chil d hood. THE PARTS HOUSE 919 EAS T C O LFAX A VE. DENVER, COLORA DO 80218 PHON E 8935616 D ISCOUNT AUTO M OTIV E PARTS STORE HOURS Monday thru Friday 8 :00 a m till S :30 pm Saturday 8 :00 am till 4 :30 pm Sunday 11 :00 am till 3 :00 pm TRAJE RECIONAl YALADAC She was born in Mexico City , to a family whose high s oci a l position would seem to have kept her from any direct contact with the people. Neverthe le s s , she found within herself same esthetic insight which has r----------------------------1 EL comercio e ntre los mexicanos , no solo se hacia por medio d e cambios, como dicen algu nos autores, sino tambien por compra y venta. Tenian 5 clases de moneda corriente aunque ning una acuiiad a , que le s servian de precio pa ra comprar lo que querian. La primera era una especie de cacao, diferente del que le s servia para sus bebidas y que giraba sin ces a r entre las manos de los traficantes, como Ia moneda de cobre o Ia plata menuda entre nos otros. Contaban el cacao por xichipilli , que como sa bemos, valia ocho mil; y pa ra ahorrarse el trabajo de contar, .. uando Ia mercan cia era de gran valor, calcu l a b a n por sacos , estimado cada uno de ellos en valo r d e tres xichipillis, o veinticu ? t r o mil almendras. La se gunda especie d e moned a consistia en unos p e dacill os de tel a de a l go d6n, que lla maban "Patol c u ac h tli", 'y que casi unicamente servian para comprar los renglones de primera necesi d a d. Later cera era e l oro en grano, Food co-ops have bee n one r e s ult o f recent con su m er acti on. C om mol'l Market f ood co-op b o th saves people mon ey o n grocerie s and inv o lve s peo p le i n r unning th e store . M e mb ers h ave t he fin a l say , el e c t manag em e nt, and _ can a ttend m ee tings . The co-op i s r u n for t he bene fit of p eopl e , not p rofits . Each m e mbersh i p pays $ 5 . t o j o i n , and then each un i t works 3 hours in the store a month. Common Market Food Co-op 1100 Champa 893-3430 Tues-Frl 12-8 Sat 11-5 conten i d o e n plumas d e ana de, l as c u ales por s u trans par e ncia dejaban ver el p re cioso metal que contenian, y seglln su grueso, eran de mayor o menor precio . La cuarta, que mas se aproximaba a Ia mon e d a acuiia da, cun sist.ia en u nos p e d a zos d e cobre , cortad os en fi gura d e T , y s6lo servian c reated the popular art forms , and which gives life to all our artistic expression_ H can. be said that she received a pre cious legacy from her native ancestors. If we were to look for a face which should tipil y Mexico n womanhood, we shou ld go no furth e r than Ama lia Hernandez, whose beauty and spiri t are t i p ically mestizo . After returnin g to her oldesi and most hidden sources she has enriched, thanks to her KEG BEER W INES -LIQUORS Driv e-u p W indow P H : 777-9922 Rudy,5 . W I N [ li 0 1 U MOOII ' l RUDY TRUJILLO, P mkiquors 377 S o . BROADWAY, D ENVE R , COLORADO .-para los objetos de poco va lor . La q uinta, d e q u e hace menci6n Cortes en sus "Cartas", eran unos pedazos de estaiio . carefully studieq technique and through knowledge o f the.---:-;:------'------------------., Vei)dianse y . permutB.ban se las mercancias por nu mero y por medida; pero n o sabemos que se sirvi esen de balle t , the ancient patterns of Mexican choreography. F aithful to both her racial ancestors, she is the best interpreter of those dances which were born of the fus ion of Mexican and Spanish elements. In her, we witness once again the meeting of the pes o , o porque lo creyesen tw o races. And t his avowal of expuesto a fraudes, co m o her own perso nality, gives her dicen algunos escritores, o a mystic c;.ua!ity, and we are porque no lo juzgasen nece-under the impression that she is sario, como dicen otros, o performing ancient rites . Ca!leci porque si lo usaron en efec -upon to breathe new life into to, no lleg6 a noticia de los . an ancient and magnificen t art, AUTO PARTS (c,. 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1974 FIESTA DA Y QUEEN CON'"fEST . The queen will rece ive a ' Sergeant' 's Exams $ 200.00 c a sh prize a nd trophy, . while the atte ndants will receive N e e d I m P r 0 v e m e n t trophies. She will become a g oo dwill amba s sador f o r the . Colo ra d o 's most bea utiful, g e nial a nd t a lented Mexi can or Spanish American young l ad y will be crowned the 1974 lFE AUTO ( W e Dea! lnJligh-Risk Also) HOME COMME RCIAL JOHN C . CARCI A Broke r 313 4 W. AVE. , <\VONDALE SHOPPING CENTER USED SEWING MACHINE C lEARANCE! Priced From !REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES OF SEWING MACHINES We Are Heavily Overstocked From Chhristmas Trade Ins. Good Reconditioned Popular Brand Machines Such As : Singer, Pfaff, Necchi , etc. GR!=ATL Y REDUCED FOR QUICK CLEARANCE .. FULLY GUARANTEED ... SINGER Touch' n Sews ELNA Open arm Supermatic. NECCHI Open arm Lydia 544 Save $70.00 on Bernina Floor g SEWING CENTER 425 N .'SANTA FE AVE. P UE BLO PH: 54 6 1 830 Co lorado State Fair Fiesta Day Q ueen August 24 at Pueblo's Sang re de C risto Art s & Co nf er en ce Cen ter. F a ir, tou ring the state, mee ting In reference to the current contro_yersy ov. er t h e Colo r a d o State Appl i can t s m ust be u nm arri e d ( never .... ma r r i ed ) girls betwee n the ages of 18 through 23, having r eached thei r 18th birthday prior to the contest. the media , ap pearing in parades, Patrol's Sergeant's e xaminations, we feel t hat th e c omplain a nts D avid and being introd u c e d at various P acheco and F rank C arrillo have raise d s o m e re a l substan tiv e i s s ue s F air e v e nts. about testi n g procedures in parti c u lar a nd . m i nority hiring a nd pro Candidates must also be All q u e en candida t e s will be motio n p ract i ces in gene r a l w it h i n t h e C o lorado S t ate Patrol. required to be. p r esent fo r t h e . Ou r res ea rch has d i sclosed that o f the th i rty or so member s en ti re j udg ing pr?gram , o f ethnic m i nori ties current l y employed w i th the Colo r ado State of onl y one person , a patrolman Of Or i ental a nces try, . curren tly ersonahty , hold s a rank above patrolman. And that officer , a sergeant , i s in a and Talent . Judgmg w1ll take .. h , . h ff G v f bonafide residents of Colorado 1 . h . M d ' H 11 s owcase pos1t1on as a c au eur to overnor John anderhoo . (one year residency required) pace at t e e lterranean a ' A f bl d . th k C St F p h C t 611 s a r as we were a e to etermme, ere are no Blac or hicano and must be of Mexican or . rancls ans en er, . . . Logan Ave., Pueblo, at 2 p.m., officers m the Colorado State Patrol at the rank ofsergeant or above . Soanish American descent. f Friday August 23. As. ar as women are corycerned , Chief Keith could cite
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Pag i na 11, EL ECO , Agosto 1974 /j / El Exomen del Fosforo Subsc,.ibe 1 Por e l Doctor H . L . H e rsch e n sr: hn Y•. I would like to ..-Iva my ccpieo of "EL ECO MAYA" soon to bac:ome 1M largest Spenilh i n all of Colorado P..._ enmy name for a -1 YMr Subscription. Chicano leader dies at 53 Mu Samuel Trujillo, a Colorado Springs man mown for his coocem for human develop ment and the advanceruent of the Spanish American communi ty in particular, died Tuesday at Air Force Academy Hospital. He was 53. • Trujillo, 469 Loomis Ave., was director of economic develop ment and employment for the Urban League of the Pikes Peak Region for the past two and a half years. Local Urban League offices will be closed all day tomorrow in recognition of Trujillo's death. Rosary services will be 7 p . m . today in the Nolan Drawing Room. Funeral services will be at 10 a .m. Friday in the Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. The Rev . Fr. Francis Colom C. R. will be the celebrant. Burial will be in the Fort Logan National CemeterJ with full military honors . Trujillo was born June 17, 1921, in Tollerburg, Colo. He entered the U . S . Army in 1938 and served as a paratrooper with the Screaming Eagles of the 101st Airborne Division during World War ll and the Korean conflict. He retired as sergeant major . l''rom 1951 to 1955 be was assigned to the Denver Public School System as an ROTC in structor and later he was appointed as commondant of cadets at De!lver ' s Manual High School. From 1960 to 1963 be was assigned as chief enlistment in structor at Marmion Military Academy in Aurora, lli. Trate de hacer el examen del f6sforo . Es simple y rll.pido y puede ofrecerle valiosa informaci6n sobre su resplraci6n. En los hospitales existen equipos especia les He was a 1968 graduate of the University of Colorado and also was a history instructor at Southern Colorado State Coil. in Pueblo. Trujillo was a resident of Colorado Springs for the past six years. He was a member of the Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. He also was a member of the Latin American Education Foundation, G .l. Forum, Equal Employment Opportunity Coun cil, Manpower Area Planning Council, Silver Key, Adult Ser vice Advisory, Pikes Peak Men tal Health and Family Counseling Center, and an ad viser to the Harrison Higb llthoolBoard. He is.survived by his wife, IDez M . Trujillo, and Sgt. Robert E. Trujillo, stationed with the U .S. Army in Korea; two daughters, Anita M . Trujillo and B. Thompson, both of Colorado Springs ; four Mrs. Clara Pierce, Mrs. Julia Chavez, Mrs. Margaret Garcia and Mrs. Rose ;Jose, all of Denver; six brothers, Maldo Trujillo of Denver, and Sanuff, Johnny, Jacob, Sam and Larry Trujillo all of Fresno, Calif. ; and two grandsons and IWlletOUI nieeel aDd a.epbewl. the mcYchanla will your Pk-ue t e ll them you MW their ad i n EL E C O MAY A Ne'M4)oti*' REMODELING ••• STILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS 1975 new-car whitewalls II when .YDU buy first tire at regular price 5T011 HOURS I to 5-Mon. through Sat. 301 w. ,lth Phone 542-6202 para este examen, pero en Ia casa no, por lo que hay que recurrir a este procedimiento casero . Nadie puede decir escuchando y viendo a una persona hablar si tienen alglin trastorno respiratorio ni que cantidad de aire enttra y sale se sus pulmones . La mejor manera es usar un f6sforo ordinario. Despues de rasgarlo y que salga Ia llama, coloca el a seis pulgadas de su boca.Es im portante no fruncir los labios cuando respiramos porque siempre se apagar!a Ia llama y el examen no servlr!a. Primeramente, Ia persona debe hacer una honda aspiraci6n, con Ia 'boca abierta, de manera que el aire entre a sus pulmones libremente, y despues expeler el mismo basta que el aire apague el f6sforo. Debe hacerse varias veces. Este tipo de examen no solamente le informa si tiene posible obstrucci6n respiratoria sino que tambien le indica algunas otras con diciones del pecho que requieren atenci6n. El punto importante es que cuando una persona no puede soplar un f6sforo de Ia manera descrita ser!a inteligente que fuera a visitar a su medico lo mas posible para un diagn6stico correcto. NAME--------------------ADDRESS--------------------CITY----------STATE-----ZIP------------Send Complel*l Blank with Check or MoMV Order for $3.50 To -ECO PUBLICATIONS P . 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