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VOL. V No. 11 NOVIEMBRE 1974
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CENTENNIAL BI-CENTENNIAL Mira Adelante a 197<>
A folkloric dance it being presented at this charreada as it it customed. It brings out the beauty and culture and proud heritage of all
who surround it. _ . . n _ o
Continued on Page 9
VOCATIONAL TRAINING
Veterans
With the increased interest in vocational training on the part of many high school graduates today, parents are looking with great interest at the costs involved in proprietary (private, profit-seeking) postsecondary vocational schools. What they find is quite encouraging.
First, the cost is much less than a college education. The average tuition cost of attending a year-long course in a proprietary school is about $900 annually as compared to $2,000, for a private college. Furthermore, the period of training is relatively short. Trade and technical school training, zeroing in on only those skills needed to do a job, may last anywhere from three months to two years as compared to four years for college. So the total cost is much less than the cost of college training.
Secondly, students are in a far better position to helpthemselves financially during the period of training. A survey of nearly 700 students at a New York proprietary school reports that only 33% of the students listed parents as the primary source of their support during the training
SOURCES OF FUNDS FOR
period. Other primary sources of support were employment, 24%; savings, 8%; loans, 9%; Gl Bill, 18%; state aid, 6%; and other, 2%.
The potential of obtaining loans for vocational education is good because the training equips the individual with immediate earning capacity which will enable him to repay the loan. A survey of 128 member schools of the National Association of Trade, Technical Schools (NATTS) indicates that 2/5 of the schools surveyed had students who received loans either from banks directly or from school funds.
A deferred payment system has been the most important form of direct financial assistance to students by private vocational schools. More than 60% of the 126 responding NATTS schools indicated they used this system which is, of oourse, a form of short-term credit. Students who pay their tuition in advance are, in many shcools, charged less than those making deferred payments.
Most students attending trade Continued on Page 2
Dr. Douglas X. Patino, (holding microphone) is vica president for student affairs at Southern Colorado State Collage and member of the Centennial-Bicentennial Committee for the Pueblo Charro Association, made the formal presentation at the annual congress assembly. He was also awarded the silver spur, the second highest award, next to the Gold spur - by the Federation. The regulations of the federation provide that the award must be approved by the governing body and must be given to one who assists the Charreada as a participant, organizer, director or benefactor. Looking on is the newly elected president of the Mexican Federation Sr. Jorge Delgadillo (far right) and Pueblo's City Council President Dr. Takaki, (center) and other distinguished guests.
Mr. Eddie Hernandez, (Job Developer & Counselor)
The Denver American Gl Forum Veterans Outreach Program (DVOP) located at 875 Delaware, phone 892-1686, is a non-profit Veterans Assistance program set up to provide full service to all veterans.
Our program is sponsored by the American Gl Forum, a 25 year old Patriotic National Veterans Family Organization, composed primarily of Mexican-American. The DVOP was previously funded by Department of Labor on a pilot basis for 18 months with projects in 18 core cities. Due to decentralization of funds to the local and state levels, we are now funded by the City and Country of
Denver for an additional twelve month period. Statistics show chat we have been quite successful in helping veterans.
We offer assistance to veterans in areas such as job assistance, educational referrals, manpower referrals, GED assistance and many other supportive services with VA.
This article is primarily to inform you of our existence at 875 Delaware, just north of the Denver General Hospital. We hope that if you have veterans who want to make application for their benefits, that you will send him or her to us. We presently have five full-time employees and a part-time intern.
Our staff consists of Robert Leyba, Director; Eddie Hernandez, Job Developer/Counselor; Ceddio Barela, Counselor/ Accountant, Dan Romero, Outreach Specialist/Counselor: Pat Salazar, Mis Secretary/Receptionist and Kathy Barela, Part-time Job Developer. We have a five button phone system from the number 892-1686 so no one should have any trouble reaching us, and there is always someone in the office.
Our hours are from 8:30 am.to 5:30 pm. Monday thru Friday. We hope we can work together in assisting ' our more than deserving veterans-. * ‘
Ms. Kathy Barela (Part-time Job Developer)
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Successful


Pagina 2, EL ECO, Noviembre 1974
jLa \Joz 4-fispana de Colorado
DIRECTORIO
The Eco Newspaper is a Bi-lingual 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 : DISTRIBUTION: Ray Aguilera Jr.
Todo asunto relacionado con \ publicidad en general articulo* etc. deben ser tratados con la direccion de Eco Publicaciones Box 2024 - Los articulos son de la exclusiva responsabilidad de quien los firm a.
La meta de quienes hacemos ECO es convertir a nuestro per-iodico en una tribuna abierta para todos los criterion y mas que todo acrecentar el interes de nuestros lectores a un posit* vis mo mayor en nuestra comuni-dad.
En nuestras columnas se senalan err ores, pero apuntando siempre a una solucion.
VOCATIONAL TRAINING
Continued from Page 1 and technical schools, work either part time or full time when they are attending school. More than 2/3 of the students in the New York City study were employed. They worked an average of 22 hours weekly and about 14% of the students worked thirty-six hours or more weekly. Only 10% of the working students indicated that they
worked only for the purpose of paying for tuition and books. Most working students had t' earn amounts that covere. more than jsut their expense for tuition and books.
A number of federal prog ram s also supply funds for vocation;^ training which are available cn contract basis to students; attending proprietary schools. As noted above, 18% of the students in the New York Ci:y^
study were financed by the Gh Bill. This percentage would be much greater today because of the large number of veterans taking advantage of the opportunity for training after returning from Vietnam.
Another federal program available is the Basis Educational Opportunity Grant Program (Basis Grants) which is avajiable to those entering an institution beyond high school for the first time, on a full-time basis. This program, like its sitter program, the Su pplemental Educational Opportunity Grant which is for the student who is already in school at least Vz of the time but who could not continue his education without financial assistance, are based on the student's need.
The Guaranteed Student Loan Program, another federal program allows the student to borrow money from a bank,credit union, savings and loan association and other approved lenders and the federal government insures the loan. This program is available to the student regardless of family need, though if the family's adjusted income is below $15,000 a year, the government pays the interest while the student is in school.
Students in private vocational schools are also eligible to participate in the Work Study Program, where the eligible student may be assigned to a job arranged by the school which is related to his studies.
EL POLITICO
El Eco's analysis of a U.S. News & World Report analysis of May 6, 1974.
"Senate Committee Call for New Look at U.S. Cuban Relations."
"Four Republican Congressmen Introduce Bill to End Embargo on Trade With Cuba."
Pepsi Exec Favors Permitting American Foreign Subsidiaries To Sell Products to Cuba'.’
"U.A.W. Prexy Says Cuba's Present Trade Practices, Embargo Continuation, Will Cost American Jobs".
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PRESSURE FOR DEAL WITH CASTRO
J.J.' Albi, 48, El Eco's new columnist, has been a news and political writer during the past 25 years in Washington State and Colorado. Albi was formerly chief political writer and editorialist for the Colorado Springs Weekly Times newspapers (circulation: 65,000).
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"OH SAY, CAN'T YOU SI?"
Maybe you didn't see these headlines in American papers during 1974, but they were there.
The demand for a U.S. change in attitude toward the Castro regime in Cuba extends inside the Organization of American States, where an effort is being made to lift the collective sanctions imposed on Cuba in 1964.
U.S. officials believe the drive will not be successful in the near future. Only six of 23 Organization of American States nations now have relations with Cuba.
One of these six “pro Cuba" countries is Mexico, where Gerald Ford recently completed a short good-will trip.
Perhaps Mexican President Luis Echeverria could bring about a "reunification" between Ford and Echeverria at first, perhaps between Secretary of State Kissinger and his Cuban counterpart.
As of last May both President Nixon and Kissinger opposed accommodation with Cuba counterpart.
Kissinger spelled out his position:
"The U.S. must not give in to Castro, until Castro has given up Russia".
Aside fromthe Russian presence in Cuba, there are two other main reasons why the Nixon administration wanted to have as little as possible to do with the Castro regime:
First, Cuba's continued efforts
to subvert other Latin-American countries.
Camps in which Latin revolutionaries receive training are in operation in Cuba, and her agents have been sent to neighboring countries.
Second, Cuba's persistent hostility to the United States in the United Nations and elsewhere.
In the U.N. committee on colonialism, for example, the Cubans constantly accuse the U.S. of holding Puerto Rico as a "colony."
Kissinger, under Nixon, could, or did nothing about the debacle.
Kissinger and/or Ford, in 1974, or 1975, could approach the six “pro Cuban" states, including Argentina, Peru, Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago -as well as Mexico - in a series of roundtable discussions, aimed at bringing Cuba back into the good graces of the Organization of American States, which would permit the above mentioned "reunification" with the United States.
Others, among them Venezuela, Colombia and Costa Rica, are now calling for moves to bring Cuba back into the Hemispheric system.
Just as Nixon was given great credit and tribute for his "reunification" with Russia and China in 1972, Ford might be able to bring about a similar detente with Cuba by late 1974, or sometime during 1975.
Your Heart Shall Live Who Seek God
—Psalms 69:32
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Periodica a Ninos Latinos Lscasez de Sicdlogos
Pagina 3, EL ECO,
(ORLR).- Miles de nifios hispanos estan siendo injustamente tratados como retrasados mentales por desconocer el ingles, y en vista de que el Board of Education dispone solamente de 7^ic61ogos de habla espafiola para atender a 36 mil alumnos, cuando no avanzan en sus estudios.
Por esta grave falta de personal especializado, las pruebas a que se somete a nuestros nifios para evaluar su ca pad dad, no pueden ser consideradaS como exfimenes de inteligencia, pues en realidad son ex£menes para evaluar el conocimiento del ingles.
Voces autorizadas en
el magisterio hispano, sintetizaron en estos terminos el grave problema a que se enfrentan nuestras generaciones. quienes, de no disponer de los recursos necesarios para situarse debidamente en su ambielite escolar, arrastraran pesados lastres durante toda su
vida, con el consecuente atraso de la familia latinoamericana en Chicago.
Alin mas, hasta hace pocos meses los sicfilogos de habla hispana eran solamente 2, mientras que para atender las
necesidades sico-logicas, emocionales y familiares de la nifiez
latina, se necesitan no 7 ni 10. ni siquiera 20 sicdogos, es necesario un plantel .mayor para ello.
NECESARIO A-CUDIR A LA CORTE.
Es necesario, enfatizaron los informantes. q ue un caso en que un nifio hispano, puesto injustamente en "ensefianza especial" sea Uevado a la corte, para sentar un precedente y se ponga coto a esta practica viciada y carente de razonamiento.
EL CASO DE LA ESCUELA PHIL SHERIDAN.
S e t i e n e
conocimiento de que en el plantel Phil Sheridan -9130 Scaneba- 78 nifios fueron asignados a una
aula aparte Uaraada *' especial" por. indie aciones del siefilogo que atiende esa escuela, pero, results que despute de practicarse una reexaminacidn de los casos, el 44% o mas. fueron reinstalados a sus aulas regulares, pues no estaban sufriendo ningun atraso emocional o mental, simplemente que fueron evaluados en ingles.
De acuerdo con la ley, dijeron nuestros informantes, casos como este -que bien puede considerarse como ejemplo de lo que seguramente esta pasando. no solo en la ciudad. sino en el pais-deben ser Uevados a la corte.
cultural area. According to detailed causeway, carrying the sacred bark The broken fist of Ramses II lies records, Ramses III alone gave of Amun. The banging of tarn-today among the ruins of Luxor the Theban temples 691,334 acres, bourines, the chanting of the temple, along with more statues 86,486 slaves, 421,362 head of cat- priests and the burning resin in of himself. His towering obelisk is tie, 433 gardens and orchards, 83 their censors filled the warm air.] one of two that used to flank the ships, 46 workshops, 65 cities The barks of other gods were add-entrance; the other is in Paris now. and towns. ed to the parade, and all werej
There are only four or five obe- loaded aboard a flotilla of real
lisks still standing in Egypt, but If the common citizen did not boats on the Nile, built of fine
more than 50 have been hauled partake of this affluence, he at Lebanese wood and so heavily dec-off to decorate public squares in least felt he had a stake in an im- orated with gold, silver and statues Europe and America, including mense divine enterprise which in- that they had to be towed from one standing now in New York's volved the whole universe and ex- Karnak to Luxor. When the festival Central Park. alted him from time to time with ended after 27 days, the Egyptian
The pharaohs subsidized the soul-stirring pageantry. During the was soaked in godlike splendors, temples and their priesthood with great annual festival of Amun at and bound tighter than ever to the enormous land grants sometimes Thebes, a resplendent procession circle of deities who swayed his estimated at 30% of Egypt's agri- moved along the sphinx-lined fate on earth and his life beyond.
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Pagina 4, EL ECO, Noviembre 1974
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TO THE EDITOR
WITHOLDING TAX POTENTIAL ECONOMIC POWER
Gentlemen:
I am enjoying my subscription to El Eco, and your moderate (non-militant) approach to solving the problems of Hispanos and Chicanos.
I believe one of your greatest problems (one of the greatest problems Chicanos face today) is that of the farm workers, and the plight of Chicano United Farm Worker members who do not belong to, nor wish to belong to the Teamsters Union.
I suggest Right-to=Work laws for Colorado, New Mexico, California and other states in which Chicanos and other farm workers wish to pursue their
livlihood, unhampered by compulsory membership in any labor union.
Under the national Taft-Hartley Labor Act of 1949, Right-to-Work laws are permitted in 17 states where compulsory unionism has been outlawed (by vote of state legislatures or the electorate) in favor of voluntary unionism.
Today, in such states as Nevada, Arizona, Iowa, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, Kansas, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, etc, compulsory union membership is no longer permitted as a
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Thus, in these Right-to-Work states, Chicanos and other minorities are permitted to work in jobs for which they are qualified, regardless of membership in theUnited Farm Workers , Teamster Union or any other labor organization.
As of 1956, U.S. Department of Labor statistics proved that per-capita incomes, jobs, manufacturing productivity and membership rose faster in Right-to-Work states (in the years during which Right-to-Work laws were in effect) than in the 50 United States as a whole.
Right-to-Work laws would, benefit Chicanos and other minorities in all 50 states - in industrial as well as agricultural states.
Under Right-to-Work laws, minorities would have the following advantages regardless of union membership or nonmem bersh ip i
(1) All workers would have the right to seek, obtain and hold jobs for which they are qualified, whether they are agricultural, skilled, non-skilled, professional, or white-collar jobs.
(2) No employers or unions would be able to discriminate against workers.
(3) Union members would be free to resign from their union, if the union practiced actions which were displeasing to members, such as donating members’ union dues for political purposes.
Because I am interested in the problems of Chicanos in Coloradc and elsewhere (and in minority problems generally), I would like to explore with you and your readers your reactions to my Right-to-Work proposals.
As an El Eco subscriber, I am interested in your, and your readers’ responses to my suggestions to replace compulsory unionism with voluntary unionism in 33 non-Right-to-Work states, as it has bean successfully replaced in the 17 Right-to-Work states since 1949.
Please send me your reactions and responses to El Eco, P.p. Box 9650, Denver, Colorado. Thank you in advance for your consideration.
Sincerely,
J.J. Albi,
(Denver, Colo.)
Dear Mr. Albi,
Your letter is appreciated and it is beingforwarded to legislators in this state with a request for action. We appreciate your interest and your experience in solving the economic problems of minorities.
El Eco believes in a "logic & reason" approach to solving problems facing the Hispanic community, however, when this fails, we are not opposed to forcing the issue by whatever means is necessary.
The Editor
La Muerte Puede ser Nuestro Copiloto
Asi es de dramatico. "La muerte puede ser nuestro copiloto”... Es desagradable decirlo, escucharlo y hasta escribirlo. Pero me veo en la imperiosa necesidad de comunicarlo. ya que el vehiculo significa para la mayoria de nosotros el uso cotidiano. Pues el trabajo; como el vehiculo, estan intimamente ligados para que nuestras familias dependan en lo economico, tanto en el presente como en el futuro.
Diariamente utilizamos las vlas rapidas para trasladarnos o movemos de un lugar a otro. Algunos obedecemos la velocidad limite, pero otros, no. Y en los dos aspectos sin embargo, estamos propensos a cometer fatal accidente. Por no tomar en cuenta el estado del vehiculo, respecto al sistema de freno y el correspond!ente al alineamiento acarreando con esto gratuitamente la muerte, cortando las ilusiones y esperanzas del futuro.
La seguridad de los suyos y la de usted, agregando la seguridad hacia los demas, dependen principalmente de sus frenos y del perfecto alineamiento, aparte y en segundo termino, pondremos el aspecto economico en lose refiere al mantenimiento del vehiculo.
Ninguna otra falla o descompostura, salvo alguna exception, pondria en peligro la vida; esto lo digo sin llegar al extremo de la exageracion.
Pongamos por ejemplos: Rotura de alguna pieza interior de la maquina, manejando a la velocidad limite actual. Un paro del funcionamiento de su vehiculo por falla electrica, por rotura de la banda, de una manguera de agua, pos descompostura de una parte o toda su transmision, ya bien sea standard, o automatica.... En fin podemos enumerar muchisimas o muchas mas. Ninguna de estas seria de fatales consecuencias.... Pero si nos detenemos a meditar unos instantes en lo siguiente, y aun conservando su velocidad limite y serenidad para salir airoso... Piense en un reventon de la llanta, en una salida violenta de la misma por rotura de un eje, una rotula, una varilla de la direction, una rotura en la tinea del liquido de. frenos... No se puede predecir que alguien saiga airoso sin cometer un dano material o fisico. Estas fallas son comunes y frecuentes, pero son debidas, mas que a la ignorancia, a la negligencia e indolencia, que se pagan considerablemente con dinero y con perdida en lo fisico. Y esto es cuando mejor le puede ir en el trance.
Nuestra reeomendacion de hoy es la siguiente. Revise primeramente el estado de sus llantas, y que guarden en oierta manera su dibujo original, observando que el desgaste sea uniforme. Pero si ve usted que su iianta, refiriendome en esta parte a las llantas deianleras, el desgaste es desiguai, o sea que las orilias, ya sean de la'parte interior o exterior, muestran poco o mucho desgaste, esto indica que debe llevar su vehiculo a un servicio especializado, donde corregiran esa anomaiia. Si usted observa que el dibujo esta perfectamente solo en el centro. y en ambas orilias muestra desgaste, es indication de que solamente !e hare falta poner la cantidad de aireadecuada queesde 24 a 30 libras de presion. La carencia de aire en una llanta produce “chirridos” al dar vuelta; sentira igualmerite que la direction se va hacia un lado al frenar.
Pero es recomendable, asi como visitamos al doctor para un “chequeo”, hacerlo igualmente con nuestro vehiculo.... llevelo con su mecanico, llevelo con su dealer, o bien acuda al servicio especializado donde le corregiran o le indicaran el estado del carro.... Recuerde que la seguridad de los suyos y los demas dependen de usted. No arriesge en vano el patrimonio por unos cuantos
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~Que si un pueblo su dura cadena no se strove a romper con sus manos. bien le es fbcil mudar de tiranos. pero nunca ser libre podra
Y en otros que llevaremos a la muerte. Al poder el aliento se oportga.
Y a la muerte contraste la muerte.
La constanda encadena la suerte. Siempre ver>ce el que sabe morir” 'Cuba! al fin te veras libre y purs Como el aire de luz que respires.
Cual las ondas hirvientes que miras, De tus playas la arena besar'V
LA ESTRELLA DE CUBA
iUbertadl ya jambs sobre Cuba Lucirbn tus fulgores divinos.
Ni aun siquiera nos queda jmezquinosl eg De la empresa sublime el honor.
'jOh piedad insensate y funesta!
i Ay de aquel que es humano y conspire!
Largo fruto de sangre y de ire Cogera de su misero error.
AJ sonar nuestra voz elocuente Todo el pueblo en furor se abrasaba.
Y la estrella de Cuba se alzaba Mas ardtente y serena que el sol.
De tratdores y viles tiranos Respetamos Clementes la vide, Cuando un poco de sangre vertida Libert ad nos bnndaba y honor.
Hoy el pueblo de vertigo hendo Nos entrega al brano msolente
Y cobarde y estdlidamente
No ha quertdo la espada sacar I Todo yace disuelto. perdido I... Pues de Cuba y de ml desespero, Contra el hado terrible, severo,
Noble tumba mi asilo sera
Nos combate feroz tirania Con sieve traicibn conjurada,
Y la estrella de Cuba eclipsada
Pagina 5, EL ECO, Noviembre 1974
Para un stglo de horror queda ye.
Que si un pueblo su dura cadena %
No se atreve a romper con sus manos. Bian le es fbctl mudar de tiranos.
Pero nunca ser libre podrA.
Los cobardes ocuttan su frente.
La vil plebe al tirano se indina,
Y el soberbto amenaza. fulmina,
Y se goza en victoria fatal. iUbertadl A tus hijos tu aliento
En injusta prisibn mbs inspire;
Colgarb de sus rajas mi lira,
Y la gloria tempi aria sabrb.
Si el cadalso me aguarda, en su altura MostrarA mi sangiienta cabeza Monumento de hispana fiereza,
AJ secarse a los rayos del sol.
El suptibo al patriots no infama;
Y desde Al mi postrero gemido LanzarA del tirano al oido Rero voto de eterno rencor
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Melancolia del Recuerdo
Por Rosario Sansores (Mexicana)
iDulce melancolia de las horas pasadas!
Cartas, cintas, retratos, cartulinas borrosas... de todas esas cosas que nos fueron amadas.
Hoy registrando el fondo de una caja olvidada, entre las viejas hojas de mi devocionario, encontrA aquellos versos tan tiernos: “A Rosario”, que un poeta suicida le consagr6 a su amada.
Hall A un anillo de oro, y una gardenia ajada; un gran lazo de cinta de tono desvaido, una carta arrugadaltf
y en un carnet de baile, tu nombre repetido.
DespuAs surgib un retrato. |Tu me lo diste un dial; escrita por tus manos fue la dedicatoria... iQuA ajena estaba entonces de que no dejaria ni un surco en tu memorial
iDulce melancolia de las cosas que fueron!; entornando los ojos pensativos y hurafios, evoco las caricias que tus labios me dieron, para vivir de nuevo la inquietud de esos afios.

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CONSEJOS UTILES
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La guerra hace temblar en sus cimientos todas las aparentes inconmovilidades. Jose Ortega y Gasset.
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LA URBANIDAD
La urbanidad es una virtud personal que tiene que ver con la buena crian-za, y se manifiesta a traves de las pa-labras, los modales y la conducta de las personas.
Una persona urbana es una persona cortes, atenta, comedida; acos-tumbrada a los buenos modales en su trato con el projimo. Por lo regular la gente que practica la urbanidad es simpatica, tolerante y amigable, y es bien recibida en cualquier parte.
La urbanidad es valiosa e importan-te en la vida para toda clase de personas, sin distincion de edad, de sexo o de condicion social.
En la vida de relacion social la urbanidad es como una Have maestra; puede abrir puertas y corazones. Pue-de conducir al exito en una profesion o a la fortuna en los negocios.
La urbanidad no es un, convencio-nalismo social. Por el contrario, es un complemento indispensable de la per-sonalidad de la gente educada, y es una aguda necesidad en las relacio-nes humanas. Apenas podria conce-birse una sociedad civilizada sin urbanidad.
Desgraciadamente, no faltan las personas a las cuales les agrada ser tratadas con urbanidad, pero que no retribuyen de igual forma las atencio-nes que reciben. Son de esas personas a las cuales les gusta recibir, pero no dar.
Ultimamente se ha estado dando un enfasis extraordinario a la trascen-dencia de ese arte novedoso que ha sido llamado de las “relaciones humanas” o “relaciones publicas”, Se dice que es imprescindible para la eficien-te “comunicacion” individual o colec-tiva. Tambien se afirma que las igle-sias cristianas lo necesitan.
Sin embargo, creo que el elemento basico de la comunicacion humana, es la urbanidad. Es por el ejercicio de la urbanidad que el individuo puede allanar las vias de comunicacion con el projimo, y ganar la atencion, el res-peto y la consideracion de las personas que trata. Y si esto es cierto en cuanto a un individuo, tambien debe serlo en cuanto a una sociedad en las
distintas esferas de su actividad. Una sociedad culta no podria subsistir como tal al margen de la urbanidad.
La cortesia es uno de los elementos que integran la gran cualidad de la urbanidad. Cuando hay urbanidad en-tonces se muestra la amabilidad, la consideracion y el afecto que una persona debe sentir por otra.
Inevitablemente, la vida humana contiene una cierta cantidad de ce-remonias. Aun en las sociedades pri-mitivas existian las ceremonias y los ceremonialismos. Queramoslo o no, no es posible prescindir totalmente de las ceremonias. Ademas, y en esto con-cuerda mucha gente, las ceremonias son agradables, y sirven para poner un poco de sal en la insulsa rutina de las costumbres diarias.
Cuando por la manana saludamos y decimos: “Buenos dias”, estamos haciendo uso de una pequena ceremo-nia. Sin embargo, gente hay que des-precia esta buena regia de urbanidad y ni siquiera saluda. Algunas personas Uegan hasta no dar la mano. so pretexto de que estan muy ocupadas. Pero, por otra parte, no son pocas las personas que se reunen para celebrar un nacimiento, un casamiento, un cumpleanos, una colacion de grados en la universidad, o para asistir a un sepelio, poniendo en practica ceremonias sociales que tienen sus raices en la urbanidad.
Si se suprimieran todas las ceremonias sociales y olvidaramos las reglas de la urbanidad, la familia y la sociedad retrocederian a la epoca de la tri-bu salvaje. Poco a poco serian destrui-dos los mas preeiosos vinculos de las relaciones humanas y la amistad per-deria su mas amable sabor.
Jesus hizo abundante uso de la urbanidad y de los buenos modales. El fue cortes, fino y afable aun en los momentos mas angustiosos de su vida. Su preciosa salutacion “Paz a vos-otros”, constituye un delicado ejemplo de urbanidad y consideracion hacia sus discipulos.
En realidad, no se puede desconocer que la urbanidad social modema, des-cansa sobre principios cristianos, y guarda estrecha conexion con la regia de oro que dejara Jesus cuando dijo:
“Y como quereis que hag an los hom-bres con vosotros, asi tambien haced vosotros con eUos” (Luc. 6:31).
Federico A. P. Mariotti
E DIOS DE LA CBEACION
Paseo inolvidable,— Hemos pasado tres hermosos dias en un campamento en las montanas; es un lugar delicio-so llamado “Aspendale”, situado en el estado de Nuevo Mexico, Estados Unl-dos, donde disfrutamos de las mara-villas de la naturaleza creadas por la mano de Dios.
Nos rodeaba una enorme variedad de arboles hermosos y una rica gama de flores sUvestres se esparcia por do-quier. Los pajaros interrumpian el so-lemne sUencio del lugar con sus cantos armoniosos y diversos.
En dicho campamento se habian congregado mas de cien personas. Dentro de esa multitud habia una nina de nueve anos, de nombre Laura, en cuya compania salia a trepar por los montes. En cierto momento la nina me dejo asombrada, al decirme: cComo es posible que algunas personas digan que no hay Dios, con tanta maraviUa? Yo pense para mi misma: t Como se puede negar la existencia de Dios, al escuchar semej ante reflexion de una nina tan pequena? Al recorrer estos pensamientos, no pude menos que sentir un estremecimiento. Luego, agrego la nina: j Gracias a Dios por haber creado todo esto!
iQue maraviUoso seria que todos los ninos pudiesen pensar y creer que sin Dios nada habria! jSolo Dios puede regir el mundo y sostener tanta maraviUa! _
iQuiera el Seiior que estas senciUas consideraciones puedan servir para que muchas madres se decidan a en-senar y explicar a sus ninos de las maravillas de la creacion de Dios! Porque la gratitud por las cosas bue-nas y hermosas que recibimos, nos acerca a Dios ...
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El gas en la casa.— Controle el gas. Vea que las llaves de su cocina y de su calefactor, esten bien cerradas. Un escape de gas puede poner en peligro su vida y la de sus familiares.
El entendimiento agudo, pero sin grandeza, pincha, pero no se mueve.
Rabindranath Tagore.
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El entusiasmo es un motor sencillamente indispensable a laperfeccion.
Spencer.
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Con sus tendones de hie-rro nos aprisiona el habito dia tras dia.
Lamartine.
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En el hombre hay una serpiente: el intestino que tienta, traiciona y castiga.
Victor Hugo.
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El sello de la muerte da precio a la moneda de la vida y hace posible com-prar con ella lo que real-mente tiene valor.
Rabindranath Tagore.
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Kidiculo es huscnr la lunette por disgusto de la vida. cuando la vida que se ha I lev ado ubliga a bus-car la muerte.
Epicure.
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How the
Vikings buried their dead
Pagina 7, EL ECO, Noviembre 1974
MURAL DEDICATION The Latin American Research and Service Agency announces the unveiling and dedication of the 'Tierra y Belleza" (Earth and Beauty) Mural.
The Mural was painted by Chicano Muralist James Romero at the office of LARASA. The muralist has been working for approximately two months on the 8 foot by 9 foot free style representation of Pre-columbian art.
The Mural has been dedicated
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Thjodhild’s Church was a tiny thing, only 1114 x 6 Vi feet i.iside, barely big enough for 20 or 30 people to squeeze into for Mass. It was roofed with sod, floored with stone and had thin wooden walls banked on three sides with thick walls made of layer upon layer of compacted turf. Such turf walls were good insulation and made sense in the far north-land where wood and stone are
TThe location of the graveyard (above) and church came to light accidentally when the Eskimos now living at Brattahlid started to dig foundations for a new school. Map of graveyard (below) shows how the Vikings buried their dead with their feet pointing east, men (black)—in-
cluding those in a mass grave— to the south (left) of the church, the women (red) to the north. Pink denotes children: gray indicates skeletons whose sex is unknown. At left is Of of Church in Iceland, which has turf walls similar to the ones that once surrounded Thjodhild’s Church.
—Si, he pensado en casarme. pero creo que aun no nos co-nocemos bien.
scarce. Indeed, there are some turf churches similar to Thjodhild’s still in existence in Iceland today (photograph below).
Thjodhild’s Church probably witnessed the weddings and funerals of only a few generations— Eric’s, his sons’ and grandsons’. Once Christianity really took hold in Greenland, Thjodhild’s Church was far too small, and the Vikings built a new, larger church nearby.
to Albina Montano, a long time Denver resident.
The unveiling and dedication will take place at 2:00 P.M. on Friday, November 8, 1974 at LARASA, 1375 Delaware Street Suite 304.
There wilt also be a display of other forms of art by James Romero.
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Estoy enamorado de una que no sabe que mi carifio le pertenece a aquella por la Ley de Dios.
Padre, me cas£ en su igtesLa con el divorcio; no remedio nada pues yo creo f n Dios.
Yo le pertenezco pero ho la quiero, este pecado ya esta castigado deme su perddn.
ECHENME LA TIERRA ENCIMA
Ranchers de Rodolfo de la Garza
Echenme la tierra encima porque me voy muy lejos muy lejos de aqui, traigo tristeza en el alma traigo un nudo en la garganta nomas por tu culpa nomAs por seguirte nom&s por quererte a tL
EntiArrame, mujer indina yo siempre te he de querer no me importa lo que digan; entierrame con tus desprecios yo siempre te he de querer en la Tierra y en el Cielo.
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Puebloan Advances in Navy
A native Puebloan, Louis J. Pacheco, Jr., was recently promoted to the rank of Petty Officer First Class in the U.S.
Navy. Louis, as he prefers to be called, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Pacheco, Sr., of 1514 East River and is married
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In May 1969, Louie was assigned to the light guided missile cruiser USS Springfield, Flagship of the 2nd fleet. In August 1970 the Springfield became flagship of the 6th Fleet, and Louis and his family were transferred to Gaeta, Italy, a
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"The Navy has given me a big opportunity to tell prospective recruits exactly what the Navy is all about and all that it offers. Through my experiences, and through what I have been able to attain in the Navy l stress the fact that you can go as far in the as you want... if you are willing to work for it.”
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—Llama otro hombre a la puerta, y dice que ha estado casado dos ve-ces.
—Entra —le dice San Pedro.— Te mereces una doble corona de gloria.
Llega untercero, di-ciendo que. ha estado casado tres veces.
—iFuera! —grita San Pedro.-— Sufrir dos veces es un merito, pero tres veces voluntariamente es un pecado. No mereces estar en el ctelo. ;A1 infiemo!
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La taquillera de un cine dice a una amiga:
—(Los anos pasan, pero no son tan atractivos como antes!
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(spokesman), Senor Ignacio C. Arriola of San Pedro, Calif.
Although Colorado did not have a team in the competitions
the Coloradoans made a firm commitment to be represented
Febbracion
KaCHOiVAId IDjK CMAIWiOS
The National Federation of Charros, headquartered in Mexico City, held it's United States National Congress and Competitions in Los Angeles, Calif, on Oct. 5th and 6th. In attendance for the Colorado Charros, were Mr. and Ms. Frank D. Carrillo of Brighton, representing the Pueblo Charro Association, and Mr. Henry Gurule of Pueblo, representing the Pueblo Charro Association. Mr. Carillo, is the Federation Delegate for the State of Colorado, and Mr. Gurule is Delegate in charge of Public Relations for the Federation in Colorado. The Pueblo and. Denver Charro Associations are the only two federated Charro Associations at the present time in Colorado.
The U.S. National Congress brought together representatives from all of the sixty-four federated associations in the United States. The purpose for the congress was to discuss and co-ordinate charro activities in the U.S.f and to pick the United States Champions to represent this country at the National Charro Congress and Championships, to beheld in Guadalajara from November 1st through November 10th of this year.
Henry Gurule, left, Colorado delegate for the Federation, Juby Tafoya, Queen of the Denver Charro Association and Leopoldo Trujillo, president of the Pueblo Charro Association.
The U.S. Charros were given the opportunity to meet the new National Federation President, Senor Jorge Delgadillo and the National Secretary, Senor EnriqueTello deMeneses. Also in attendance was past
National President and present Co-ordinator for U.S. Charro Affairs, Dr. Jose Yslas Salazar, all from Mexico City. The U.S. Congress was conducted under the direction of the United States Executive "Vocal”
at next years U.S. Championship, scheduled for Arizona. The Colorado Delegation also bid for the U.S. Congress to be hosted in Pueblo as part of the 1976 Centennial, Bi-Centennial celebration. The bid was unopposed, thus confirming the 1976 U.S. National Charro Congress for Pueblo, Colorado.
Another very significant item of business was a directive issued by Special Co-ordinator, Dr. Yslas. Dr. Yslas charged all U.S. Charros Association to observe and celebrate the United States Independence on the 4th of July, with the same enthusiasm and in the same manner as Charro Association in Mexico observe the Mexican Independence on Sept. 15 and 16. Dr. Yslas further pointed out that in accordance with Charro Regulations, wherever Mexican National Holidays are observed, the Federated Charro Associations have the obligation to see that the celebrations are conducted with the proper respect.
The Denver Charro Association and the Latin American Research and Service Agency (LARASA), jointly observed the Mexican Independence this past September 7th, at the Adams County Fairgrounds, with the First Annual Fiesta de Septiembre. The Denver Charros will plan a similar event for the future Independence Days every 4th of July.
La serial, mexicas! § Alla, entre los tules, sobre aquel tunal!
IEI aguila! Nuestro dios Huit-zilopochtli se ha manifestado y all? edificaremos nuestra ciudad.
En efecto: alia, en una de las isle-fas de la pantanosa laguna y ante los atonitos ojos de la tribu mexioa, Mun aguila colosal, soberbia, de anchas alas rojas, se habia posado sobre el tenochtli...", segun la deli-ciosa relacion de Heriberto Frias.
Era el ano de 1325. Los mexicas daban fin, al descifrar de aquel
modo ei oraculo, a una penosisima peregrinacion que se remontaba a muchos lustros, cuando la tribu, acatando la orden del dios tutelar Huitzilopochtli, abandono la miste-riosa Aztlan (“lugar de garzas"), cuya ubicacion aun pertenece a I mundo de los enigmas. El dios habia prometido conducir a su pueblo hasta un lugar donde “serian ensalzadas sus generaciones"; y la tribu de mexicas, obedientes y de-votos, se echo al camino, en busca de la tierra prometida.
Los mexicas emprendieron un pe-noso recorrido que duro cerca de 80 anos. Finalmente, una manana de 1325 div isaron la tierra anun-ciada por Huitzilopochtli.
Y entonces todo parecia un so-berbio poema epico, de sombna belleza. que describia la peregri-nacion de un pueblo devastado, a punto de extinguirse, aferrado a su bravura y ferocidad para conser-varse... un pueblo al que animaba la voz de un oraculo indescriptible y legendario: “Donde encuentren un
aguila, sobre un nopal, devorando a una serpiente...".
— iLa serial! Alli fundaremos nuestra ciudad.
—gQuien nos hizo dignos de tanta gracia, excelencia y grandeza?
Los mexicas habian posado las rodillas en tierra y, a semejanza del aguila, inclinaban la cabeza, solo que su actitud era reverencial. Mien-tras tanto el animal “indinaba hada los arroyuelos la cabeza, y hundien-do su garra, extra fa una larga, epi-leptica y verde culebra (...) exten-diendo las regias alas, una garra sobre el tunal, la otra estrangulando al reptil, a lentos y graves picotazos, el divino Cuauhtli (aguila), gloriosa-mente, devoro su presa...”.
—Ya hemos visto lo que deseaba-mos y alcanzamos lo que buscaba-mos. Esta es nuestra tierra, mexicas.
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Fabrican en Mexico Tractores Sovieticos
“Junior” Contesta on
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MEXICO,
(EFE)—El combinado industrial “Ciudad Sahagun’’ fabrica ya en Mexico tractores sovibticos de 25 caballos de fuerza con partes im-portadas, por ahora, casien su totalidad de la Uni6n Sovibtica, se informo en la capital mexicana.
La decisi6n de fabricar tractores sovieticos en el mayor complejo automotriz de Mexico se considera como una respuesta a la politica de las constructors an-teriormente establecidas en Mexico, que se niegan tanto a reducir precios como a aumentar la produccibn de unidades agricolas.
Antes de finalizar el presente afio, segun Emilio Krieger, Director'General de dicho combinado industrial, ser&n ensambladas 300 unidades del T-25, “un tractor econ6mico que se adapta
perfectamente a las con-diciones de la agricultura mexicana.
Los fabricantes tradicionales de tractores, concretamente Massey Ferguson, John Deere, Internacional Harvester y Ford, redujeron ultimamente la produccibn en mbs de un 50 por ciento “por falta de materias primas”, segun dijeron, causando dafios en el necesitado campo mexicano.
Adembs, esas con-structoras, segun Emilio Krieger, fabrican tractores de 75 caballos de fuerza tbrmino medio, demasiado potentes y costosos para las necesidades mexicanas.
El T-25 podrb ser vendido a dos mil dblares unidad, la mitad del precio actual de sus competidores, segun proyectos hechos publicos.
Luis Echeverria en la
Conferencla de la ONll Sobre el Hamdre en Roma
Por Similrius
Querido Apb:
Contesto tu carta que me mandates el mes pasao, deseando que al recebir la presente se encuentren gozando de cabal said, que la que de mi sedespide es guena, gracias a Dios y paso a decide lo siguiente.
Apa, lo mbs impodante que tengo que contarte es que en este mes desetiembre hemosfestejao aquf en Chicago, las fiestas patrias de Mbxico, pa conmemorar la independencia de nosotros. Mira hubo desfile en la calle prencipal que se llama Esteit, hubo mumchos carros alegoricos re bonitos' una cosa te digo y es que aunque si vimos grupos de jovenes que marcharon tocando tambores, cornetas y estromentos musicales, yc adevino que ninguno era mexicano, pos casi todos eran guerejos ojo azul y adembs munchos prietos como de ios que hay en Veracruz. Todos esos grupos que nos hicieron el favor de desfilar o les pagaron por hacerlo, caminaban con muncho orden, muncha deciplina, ancina mesmo como Ios cadetes que devisaba yo en Ios desfiles de Morelia. De piano te digo que no vidi ninguna banda de guerra de mexicanos, mas que equipos de ese juego que le dan patadas a una pelota de cuero y le llaman futbol. Perosi megustaron lasguercas gueras consusbototas, susminifaldonasysu pelosueltoque
pastito onde nos tiramos Ios que no alcanzamos asiento. Aqui jue el mentao grito de independencia que lo dib un seftor que venia mandao por el presidente Echeverria pa' que lo supliera; yo creoque dijoalgo mal cuando hablb porque lachusma le chiflo de a feo.
Aqui mesmo huboal prencipio munchos grupos de baDe que bailaron estilo mexicano, unos como Ios jarochos, otros como Ios de Chiapas, otros como Ios de Michoacan y en otros estilos, hasta salieron unos bailando ai compas del choque de sus machetes que gusto muncho a Ios pocos gringos que mirugiaban. Tambien vino una estudiantina, jue la del estado de las tunas, de San Luis Potosl, estos cantaron al mero comienzo de la fiesta, re poquito. la gente esperaba que salieran otra vez pero no les dieron chance y en su lugar pos nos echarop canciones con maricahi hasta empalagarnos. Los mexicanos queriamos oir cantar a esos muchachos estudiantes y ya durante la semana Ios seguimos a Ios cinesdonde actuaronque aunque jue de gorra todos coperamos con lo que pudimos y recibieron regalos y dblares en agradecimiento por olrios cantar.
Te dire que me sent! feliz con todo el mitote que se hizo, pero un poquillo triste por noestaren mi pueblo.
El presidente de Mexico. Lie. Luis Echeverria, arribo aqui procedente de su pais para concurrir a la conferencia mundial sobre el hambre que se esta escenificando en esta capital con participacibn de paises de todo el mundo.
Dicha conferencia fue organizada por las
Naciones Unidas para evaluar los problemas por los que atraviesan los paises sub-desarrollados entre los que se encuentra Mexico.
El presidente mexicano tambien estara presente en otros eventos de importancia para su pais.
I es vol aba al viento y sus gorros altos como de general de esos que se ven en los retratos viejos.
Fijate apa, que los morenos al ir marchando, casi casi iban bailando, se veian re curiosos, puro movimiento. Tambibn te cuento que tuvimos reina con sus princesas y carro alegorico, nomas les faltaron esos que en el pueblo lesdicen chambelanes.
F*"al domingo en la noche juimos a un jardtn que estb cerquita de la playa, le dicen la concha porque ahf hicieron una construccibn que si parece concha pero grandotota y Sirve pa' que toquen las orquestas los domi ngos y hay bancas y un campo grande de puro
extrafteel torito, el castillo, losvendedoresdefrutasy las sefioras con sus puestos de cena en los portales, ofreciendo en voz alta el pozole, las enchiladas, el atole de tamarindo con tamales de chile, los buftuelos, las tostadas de cueritos... y sobre todo las g2feltas en el jardin con un puno de confeti en la mano pa desparramarlo en la cabeza de la muchacha de las trenzas negras...
Aquf le paro porque ya me puse triste otra vez apb, saludos pa' todos, tu hijo que vertos desea mejor que escrebirles
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CENTENNIAL BI-CENTENNIAL Mira Adelante a 1976 Dr. Dougl• X. Patino, mlcroph-) Is vice president for student affairs at Southern Colorado State College and member of the Centennial-Bicentennial Committee for the Pueblo Charro AssoCiation made formal presentation at the annual congress assembly. He was also awarded the silver spur, IIICond htghest award, next to the Gold spur by the Federation. The regulations of the federation provide that the award must be approved by the governing body and must be given to one who a53ists the Charreada as a participant, organizer, director or benefactor. Looking on is the new ly elected president of the Mexican Federation Sr. Jorge Delgadillo (far right) and Pueblo's City Council President Dr . Takaki (canter) and other d isting uished guests. ' SOURCES OF FUNDS FOR VOCATIONAL TRAINING A folkloric dence is being presented at this charreada as it is customed. It brings out the beauty and culture and proud heritage of all who surround it. Continue d o n P age 9 With the increased interest in vocational training on the part of many high school graduates today, parents are looking with great interest at the costs involved in proprietary (private, profit-seeking) postseco . ndary vocational schools. What they find is quite encouraging. period. O ther primary sources of support were employment, 24%; savings, 8%; loans, 9%; Gl Bill, 18%; state aid, 6%; and other, 2%. Ms. Kll1hy Barile (Pert-time Job Deeloper) Veterans Outreach Program First, the cost is much less than a college education. The average tuition cost of attending a yea r-l ong course in a pro prietary school is about $900 annually as compared to $2,000, for a private college. Further more, the period of training is relatively short. Trade and technical school training, zero ing in on only those skills need ed to do a job, may last anywhere from three months to two years as com.oared to four years for college. So the total cost is much less than the cost of college training. Secondly , students are in a far better position to helpthemselves financially during the period of training. A survey of nearly 700 students at a New York proprietary school reports that only 33% of the students listed parents as the primary source of support during the training The potential o f obtaining loans for vocati ona l education is good because the training equips the individual with immediate earning capacity which will enable him to repay the loan . A survey of 128 member schools of the National Association of Trade, Technical Schools (NATTS) indicates that 2/5 of the schools surveyed had students who received loans either from banks directly or from school funds. A deferred payment system has been the most important form of direct financial assistance to students by private vocational schools . More than 60% of the 126 responding NATTS schools indicated the . y used this system which is, of oourse, a form of short-term credit. Students who pay their tuition in advance are, in many shcools, charged less than those making deferred payments. Most students attending trade Continued on Page 2 Successful Mr. Eddie Hemendu, (Job O.V.Ioper a. Counselor) The Denver Ameri can Gl Forum Veterans Outreach Program (DVOP) located at 875 Delaware, phone 892-1686, is a non-profit Veterans Assis tance program set up to provide full service to all veterans . Our program is sponsored by the American Gl Forum, a 25 year old Patriotic Nat i onal Veterans Family Organization, composed primarily of Mex i can American. The DVOP was pre viously funded by Depar.tment : of Labor on a pilot basis for. 18 months with projects in 18 core cities . Due to decentraliza tion of funds to the local and state levels, we are now funded .by the City and Country of . Denver for an ae!C!Itional twelve montn per iod. Statistics show chat we have been quite success ful in helping veterans . We offer assis.tance to veterans in_ areas such as job assistance, educational referrals, manpower referrals, GED assistance and many other supportive services w ith VA. This article is primarily to in form you of our existence at 875 Delaware, just north of the Denver General Hospital. We hope that if you have veterans who wan t to make application for their benef i ts, that you will send him or her to us. We presently have five full-time emp!oyees aAd a par.t-time interri. Our staff cons i sts of Robert Leyba, Director; Eddie Hernan dez, Job Developer/Counselor; Ceddio Barela, Counselor/ Accountant, Dan Romero, Out reach Specialist/Counselor: Pat Salazar , M is Secretary /Reception ist and Kathy Barela, Part-time Job Developer. We have a five button phone system from the number 892-1686 so no one should have any trouble reach ing us, and there is always some one in the office. Our hours are from 8:30 am.to 5:30 pm. Monday thru Friday. We hope we can work together in assisting -our more than deserving veterans. , . • . ,

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Pagina 2, EL ECO, Noviembre 1974 DIRECTORIO The Eco Newspaper is a Bililjgual newspaper , published monthly by Maya . Ente rpri ses 600 West Northern Ave. EDITOR: Ernesto Barrios SALES: Wanda M .. Padilla : COMPOSITION : Nit a Barri o s ASSOC. EDITOR: J o aquin Dtaz CONTRIB. EDITOR: J o e Padilla PHOTOGRAPHY: William Fore hand J a c k Aval os LAYOUT : Mig u e l A . Jim ene z E rn es t o Barri os QU4LITY CONTROL: Paul Bueno D/STR/8. MANA GER : W. P a dilla: D iSTRIBUTION: J etc . deben ser tratad<>s con Ia direccion de Eco Publicaciones Box 2024 Los articulos son de Ia exclusiva responsabilidad de quien los firma. 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 de nues-tros lectores a un posltt vismo mayor e n nues-tra comunidad . En nuestras columnas se senalan errores, per o apuntando siempre a una solucion. worked only for the purpose of paying for tuition and books . Most working students had t earn amounts that coveno'1 more than jsut their for tuition and books. A number of federal prograrn5 also supply funds for vocation;JI training which are available c n contract basis to students ; attending proprietary schools. A s noted above, 18% of t h e students in the New York Ci :y-• ' J . ' study were financed by the S Bill. This percentage would be much greater today because of the large number of veterans taking advantage of the oppor tunity for training after return ing from Vietnam. Another federal program available is the Basis Educational Opportunity Grant Program (Basi& Grants) which is avajlable to those entering an institution beyond high school for the first time, on a full-time basis . This program, like its sitter program, the -hi pplemental Educational Opportunity Grant which is for the student who is already in school at least 112 of the time but who could not continue his education without financial assistance , are based on the student' s need. The Guaranteed Student Loan Program, another federal program allows the student to borrow money from a bank, credit union, savings and loan association and other app r oved lenders and the federal government insures the loan. This program is available to the student regardless of family need, though if the family's adjusted income is below $15,000 a year, the govern ment pays the interest while the student is in school. Students in pri vate vocational schools are also el igible to in the Work Study Program, where the eligible student may be assigned to a job arranged by the school which is related to his studies. EL POLITICO El Eco ' s analysis of a U .S. News & World Report analysis of May 6, 1974. "Senate Committee Call for New Look at U . S . Cuban Relations: "Four Republican Congressmen Introduce Bill to End Embargo on Trade With Cuba . " Pepsi E xe c Favors Permitting American Foreign Subsidiaries To Sell Products to Cuba': "U. A . W . Prexy Says Cuba's Present Trade Practices , Embargo Continuation, W i ll Cost American Jobs': ************* Maybe you didn't see these headlines i n American papers during 1974, but they were the r e . The demand for a U.S. change in attitude toward the Castro regime in Cuba extends i nside the Organization of American States, where an effort is being made to I ift the collective sanctions imposed on Cuba i n 1964. . . U.S. officials believe the drive will not be successful in the near future. Only six of 23 Organizlltion of American States nations now have relations with Cuba. One of these six "pro Cuba" countries is Mexico, where Gerald Ford recently completed a short good-will trip. Perhaps Mexican President Luis Echeverria could bring about a "reunification" between Ford and Echeverria at first, perhaps between Secretary of State Kissinger and his Cuban counterpart. As of last May both President Nixon and Kissinger opposed accommodation with Cuba counterpart. Kissinger spelled out his position: "The U . S . must not give in to Castro, until Castro has given up Russia". Aside fromthe Russian presence in Cuba, there are two other main reasons why the Nixon administration wanted to have as I ittle as possible to do with the Castro regime: First, Cuba's continued efforts PRESSURE WITH FOR DEAL CASTRO J.J. Albi, 48, El Eco ' s new columnist, has b ee n a news and political writer during the past 2 5 years in Washington State and Colorado. Albi was formerly chief political writer and editorialist for the Colorado Springs Weekly Time s newspapers (circulation : 65,000). "OH SAY, CAN'T YOU Sl?" to subvert other Latin-American countries. Camp s i n which Latin re voluti onaries receive traini ng are in operation in Cuba, and her agents have been sen t to neighbori ng countries. Second , Cuba ' s pe rsis ten t hostility to the United States in the United Nations and els e where. In the U .N. committee on colonialism, for example, the Cubans constantly accuse the U.S . of holding Puerto Rico as a "colony." Kissinger, under Nixon, could, or did nothing a bo u t the de b acle . Kissinger and / o r Ford, in 1974, or 1975, could approach the six "pro Cuban" states, including Argentina, Peru, Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago as well as Mexico in a series of roundtable discussions, aimed at bringing Cuba back into the good graces of the Organization of American States, which would permit the above men tioned "reunification" with the United States . Others, among them Vene zuela, Colombia and Costa Rica, are now calling for moves to bring Cuba back into the Hemispheric system. 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Pedudiea a Niiios Latinos Eseasez de SieOlogos Pagina 3, EL ECO, (ORLR). Miles de ninos bispanos estan siendo injustamente tratados como retrasados mentales por desconocer el ingles, y en vista de que el Board of Education dispone sola mente de 7i>ic61ogos de habla esp ano la para atender a 36 mil alumnos, cuando no avanzan en sus estudios. Por esta grave falta de el magisterio hispano, vida, con e1 consecuente personal especializado, sintetizaron en estos atra o de Ia familia las pruebas a que se terminos el grave latinoamericana en somete a nuestros niiios problema a que se Chicago . para evaluar su enfrentan nuestras Alin mas, basta bace capacidad , no pueden generaciooes , quienes , poco s m e s e s I o s ser considerada"S como de no disponer de los sic61ogos de babla exam en e s de recursos necesarios bispana erao solameote inteligencia, pues en par a situ a r s e 2 , mieotras que para realidad son examenes debidamente en su ateoder las para eva.luar el ambiente escolar , necesidades sico-cooocimiento del ingles. arrastraran pesados 16gicas. emocionales Voces autorizadas eo lastres durante tod a s4 y familiares de Ia nifiez A king and a god their glories latina, necesitan no 7 ni 10, ni siqui ra 20 sic61ogos, es necesario un plantel .mayor para ello . . ECESARIO A CUDIR A LA ORTE. Es nece arlo. enfatizaron lo informantes,queunca o en que un nino hispano, puesto injustamente en ""ensei'lanza e pecial" ea llevado a Ia corte. para entar un precedente y ponga coto a esta praclica viciad a y carente de razonamiento. EL CASO DE LA ESC ELA PHIL SHERIDA . Se tiene conocimiento d e que en el plantel Phil Sheridan9130 Scaneba 78 nifio aula a part llamada p ial" por del ic61ogo e taban nioglin atra o emocional o mental, implemente que fu ron evalua do en ingl . D e acu rdo co n I a I y , dijeron considerars jemplo d e lo eguramcnt pas a ndo. no sol o c1udad. ino n I d ben er II corte. The broken fist of Ramses II lies today amo ng the ruins of Luxor temple, along with more statues of himself. His towering obelisk is one of two that used to flank the entrance; the other is in Paris now. There are only four or five obe li sks stil l standing in Egypt , but more than 50 have been hauled off to decorate public squares in Europe and America, including one standing now in New York's Central Park. cultural area . According to detailed causeway, carrying the sacr e d bar k r eco rds, Ramses Ill alone gave of Amun. The banging of t am the Theban temples 691,334 acres, bourines, the chanting of th el 86,486 slaves, 421,36 2 head of catpriests and the burning resin in tie , 433 gardens and orchards, 83 their censors filled the warm air . ships, 46 workshops, 65 citie: The bark s of other gods were add-1 and towns. e d to the par ade, and all were Save & Borrow at: loaded aboard a flotilla of real ! I f the comm on citizen did not boats on the Nile, built or fine partake of this affluence , he at Leb anese wood and so heavily dec least fel t he had a stake in an im-orated with go ld , silver and statues mense divine which inthat they had to be towed from volved the whole universe and exKarnak to Luxor. When the festival alted him from time to time with ended after 27 da ys, the Egyptian soul-stir r i n g pageantry. During the was soake d in godlike splendors, great annual festival of Amun at and bound tighter than ever to the Thebes , a resplendent procession circle of d eities who swayed his moved along the sphinx-lined fate on earth and his life beyond. The pharaohs subsidized the temples and their priesthood with enormous l and grants sometimes esti mated at 30% o f E gypt's a g ri That's why Arturc Marmolejo chose the Navy . Arturo is learning the operation of bo i le r equipment and related on-the-job training aboard the USS El Paso. It' s a mean ingful and productive job with a c i vilian equ i valent that he can put to use in his community should he decide to return to it. We have many real and usable jobs. For i nstance, you could learn to be a Hospital Corpsman, Electrician, Boi ler Technician, ju$t to name a few. And you get paid while learning . ($380 a month after just four months. ) First, however, we urge you to finish high school so you can fully qualify. And, of course , once you're in the Navy, you'll have plenty of hard work and studying to do. And you11 be too busy building your future ... travel ing .. . and yes, having some fun. We' d like to tell you more about it. Drop in and see your local Navy recruiter: ( lfl Dlrwer. ..... Custom House. Room 123. 19th & Staut. 837-3344; in Colorado Springs. 233 N. Walasm:b. 632-4162; in PUeblo. 325 Wll5t lOth. 5453490.. WFLL FULFILL SOliE OF YOUR REAL NEEDS. WITH REAL OPPORTUNITIES. I i I I i i ' I I I l ! I I t I I . Please send information on Navy Programs for: I [I High School Students [ I College Students I I [ I High School Graduates [ I College Graduates I I I I Name I I Address I I City State Zip I . I I Telephone No. . Age I L _____________ _j lhe opportunity is for real. .. and _ so . are we. NAVY 564-D710 ........ pnt:Bl.O. COl.AUt.ADO 81006 PH 543 0721 EL MAS COMPLETO SURTIDO EN INSTRUMENTOS MUSICALES 117 COLORADO AVE. PUEBLO, . COMMUNITY SUPER MARKET 727 Santa Fe Dr. Parking i n Rear THANKSGIVING SALE thru Mon. Nov. 25th LARGE "AA" EGGS .... ........ . 59 a Dozen COILED VERMICELLI ....... 3 Pkgs. for $1.00 AVOCADOS................ 5 for $1.00 A & W ROOT BEER ........ 3-28 oz. Btls. /$1.00 PORK CHOPS If• LOIN . . . . . . . . . $.98 a Lb. i•••••• E'PON VALIOSOJ••.•••i I 1 FREE LOAF OF RAINBOW I I nMELY BREAD._ with the purchase I I of $5.00 or more. I I (limit one coupon per customer) I I ADELANTE
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Pagina 4, EL EC:O, Noviembre 1974 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR WITHOLDING TAX POTENTIAL ECONOMIC POWER Gentlemen: I am enjoying my subscription to El Eco, and your moderate (non-militant) approach to solving the problems of Hispanos and Chicanos. I believe one of your greatest problems (one of the greates t problems Chicanos face today) is that of the farm workers, and theplightof Chicano United Farm Worker members who do not belong to, nor wish to belong to the Teamsters Union. I suggest Right-to=Work laws for Colorado, New Mexico, California and other states in which Chicanos and other farm workers wish to pursue their livlihood, unhampered by compulsory membership i n any labor union. Under the national TaftHartley Labor Act of 1949, R ight-to-Work laws are permitted in 17 states where compulsory unionism has been outlawed (by vote of state legislatures or the electorate) in favor of voluntary unionism. Today, in such states as Nevada, Arizona, Iowa, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, Kan s as, North and South Carolina, Georg ia, Florida, etc, compulsory union membership is no longer perm it ted as a SABOREE LAS MEJORES TORTILLAS DE HARINA Y MAIZ . DE PUEBLO ----PH 546-1275 La Ram. irez , cuenta con Ia mas amplia expenenc1a en su ramo , Ia satisfaccion de miles de hoga_res del suroeste de Texas, asl lo atestiguan . Ahora s1rviendo a to c:b 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 1812 SANTA FE DR. BLENDE, COLORADO. STOP BY OUR OFFICE MAIN AT FIRST -* .REAL. ESTATE INSURANCE: -Auto -uommercial --= -Residential Home = P _RO(lEATY MANAGEMENT --Life -------condition of employment. Thus, in these Right-to-Work states, Chicanos and other mi norities are permitted to work in jobs for which they are qualif-ied, regardless of member ship in theUnited Farm Workers, Teamster Union or any other labor organization. As of 1956, U . S. Department of Labor statistics proved that per-capita incomes, jobs, manu-facturing productivity and membership rose faster in Right-to-Work states (in the years during which Right-to-Work laws were in effect) than in the 50 United States as a whole. laws would. benefit Chicanos and other minorities i n all 50 states -in industrial as well as agricultural states. Under Right-to-Work laws, minorities would have the following advantages regardless of union membership or nonmembership! (1) All workers would have the right to seek, obtain and hold jobs for which they are qualified, whether they are agricultural, skilled, non-skilled, professional, or white-collar jobs. (2) No employers or unions would be able to discriminate against workers. (3) Union members would be free to resign from their union, if the un ion practiced actions which were disple_ asing to members, such as donating members' union dues for political purposes . Because I am interested in the problems of Chicanos in Coloradc and elsewhere (and in minority problems generally), I would like to explore with you an9 your readers your reactions to my Right-to-Work proposals : As an El Eco subscriber, I am interested in your, and your readers' responses to my suggestions to replace compul sory unionism with voluntary unionism in 33 non-Right-to Work states, as it has been successfully replaced in the 17 R states since 1949. Please send me your reactions and responses to El Eco, P .Jl. Box 9650, Denver, Colorado. Thank you in advance for your consideration. Dear Mr. Albi, Sincerely, J.J. Albi, (Denver, Colo. ) Your letter is appreciated and it is beingforwarded to legislators in this state with a request for action. We appreciate your interest and your experience in solving the economic problems of minorities. El Eco believes in a "logic & reason" approach to solving problems facing the Hispanic community, however, when this fails, we are not opposed to forcing the issue by whatever means is necessary. The Editor La Muerte Puede ser Nuestro Copiloto. Asi es de drainatico. "La muerte puede ser nuestro copiloto " . .. Es desagradable decirlo, escucbarlo y basta escribirlo. Pero me veo en Ia imperiosa necesidad de comunicarlo. ya que el vebiculo significa para Ia mayoria de nosotros el uso cotidiano . Pues el trabajo; como el vehiculo, estan intimamente ligados para que nuestras familias dependan en lo economico , tanto en el presente como en el futuro. Diariamente utilizamos las vias rapidas para trasladarnos o movernos de un Iugar a otro. Algunos obedecemos Ia velocidad limite, pero otros, no . Y en los dos aspectos sin embargo, estamos propensos a cometer fatal accidente. Por no tomar en cuenta el estado del ve hiculo , respecto al sistema de freno y el correspondiente al alineamiento acarreando con esto gratuitamente la muerte, c9rtando las ilusiones y esperanzas del futuro . La seguridad de los suyos y la de usted, agregando la seguridad bacia los demas, dependen principalmente de sus frenos y del perfecto al:ineamiento, aparte y en segundo termino, pondremos el aspecto economico en lose refiere al mantenimiento del ve biculo . Ninguna otra fa lla o descompostura, salvo alguna excepcion, pond ria en peligro la vida; esto lo digo sin lleg a r al extremo de l a exageracion. Pongamos por ejemplos: Rotura de alguna pieza interior de Ia maquina, manejando a la velocidad limite actual. Un paro del funcionamiento de su vebiculo por fall a electrica, por rotura de Ia banda, de una manguera de agua, pos descompostura de una parte o toda su transmision, ya bien sea standard, o automatica . . : . En fin podemos enumerar muchisimas o mucbas m as. Ninguna de estas seria de fatales consecuencias.. .. Pero si nos detenemos a meditar !Jnos instantes en lo siguiente, y aim conservando su velocidad limite y serenidad para salir airoso... Piense en un reventon de I a llanta, en una sali d a violenta de la misma por rotura de un eje, tina rotula, una varilla de la direccion. una en Ia tinea del liquido de frenos. .. No se puede predecir que a lguien salga a i roso si n cometer un d afio material o fisico. Estas f allas son comunes y frecuentes, pero son debidas, mas que a Ia ignorancia, a Ia neglige ncia e indolencia, que se pagan conside rablemente con dinero y co n perdida en lo fisico. Y esto es cuando mejor le puede ir en el trance. Nuestra recomendaci6n de hoy es I a siguiente. Revise primeramente e l estado de sus lla ntas, y . que guarden en cierta manera s u dibujo original , observando que e l desgaste sea uniforme . .Pero si ve usted que su iianta , r e firiendome en estc. parte a las llantas e l desgaste es desigu al. o sea que las ori!i!.l:>, ya f.e&n de t a 'parte interior 0 exterior. muestr .... ;: poco o mucho desg:o.::.te , (;Sto indica que de be lleva r su v ehicuio a u n servicio e s pe cializa do , donde corregiran esa a nomaii a. Si usted observa -CJl.!C e l dibu.io e sta per!ectamente solo e n el centro. y en ambas orillas rr.uestra desgaste. es indicacion de que sol a m ente !e h af' e !alta pon e r l a cantidad de a ire a decuada que es de 24 a 30 Iibras de presio n . La carencia d e aire en una Uanta produce cbirridos " al dar vuelta; sentira igualmente que I a direccionse va bacia un lado al fre nar. Pero es recomendable, asi como visitamos al doctor para un .. cbeq ueo". hacerlo igualmente con nuestro vehiculo . ... llevelo con su meca nico , llevelo con su dealer, o bien acuda al servicio especializado donde le corregiran ole indic a r a n el estado d el carro . ... Recuerde que la seguridad de los suyos y los demas dependen de usted. No arriesge en vano el patrimonio por uno s cuantos KEG BEER WINES LIQUORS Drive-up Window PH: 777-9922 Rudy's ";::. -RUDY TRUJILLO, Prok.iq u-o_.llllrWIIs LllllllU Ill UJUlliJ lllllli:JJ llliUUDllll _ _ _ 3J_ 1 S.o. BROADWAY, DE'HVER, COiiORADO

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::;: t .. Que so un pueblo su dura cadena nose a1reve a romper con sus manos. bien le es faa l mudar de tlranos. pero nunca ser hbre podra y en otros que llevaremos a Ia muene ... ' 'Al poder el aliento se oponga . y a Ia muene contraste Ia muene. La constanco a encadena Ia suene. S iempre vence el que sabe mom cuba! a l fin te veras hbre y pura Como el aore de luz que resporas . Cual l as ondas horviente s que miras. D e tus playas Ia arena besar'" LA ESTRELLA DE CUBA il..Jbenadl ya jamas sobre Cuba Luciran tus fulgores d illinos. Ni aun s iquiera nos queda jmezquinosl De Ia empresa sublime el honor. i O h p i edad insensate y funestal l AY de aquel que es humano y conspiral Meloncol(o del Recuerdo Largo fruto de sangr y de o ra Cogera de su mlsero error. AJ sonar nuestra voz elocuente Todo e1 pueblo en furor se abrasaoa, Y Ia estrella de Cuba se alzaba Mas ardoente y serena que el so l. De traodores y voles toranos Respetamos clementes Ia VIda , Cuando un poco de sangre verttda Libertad nos bnndaba y honor. Hoy el pueblo de herido Nos entrega al tirano insolente Y oobarde y est61tdamente No ha querido Ia espada sacar. 1 Todo yaoe d isuelto, perdido!... Pues de Cuba y de m l desespero, Contra e1 hedo terrible. severo, Noble tumba mi asilo sera. Nos oombate teroz t iranl a Can ateve traici6n conjurada. y Ia estrella de Cuba ecl i psada Pag i na 5 , EL ECO , Noviembre 1974 Para un s:oglo de horror quede ya . Que s:t un pueblo su dura cedens No se atre a rompe; oon sus manos. Bten le es I 011 mudar d tiranos. Pero nunca ser hbre podra. Los oobard s ocultan su !rente, La llil plebe al torano se onclona , y el soberboo amenaz.a . t ulmona . y se goza en VIctoria fatal. ll..Jbertadl A IUS hOJOS IU aloento En i nJusta prisi6n mas insptra ; de sus rejas m i hra , Y Ia gloria templarla sabrll. So el cadalso me aguarda. en su altura Mostrarll mi sangrienta cabez.a Monumento de hospana flereza. AJ secarse a los rayos del sol . B suplocio a! patriots no infame; Y desde et mo postrero gemido Lanzarll d el torano al o ldo Rero 11010 d e eterno rencor. LAS CAZUELAS RESTAURANT AUTHENTIC MEXICAN FOOD . ..... Por Rosario Sonsores BET you would like a good honest deal! Complete Menu from dinners to Special O rders: t. -= (Mexicono) .. N iDulce melanco!Ja de las horas pasadas l Cartas , cintas, retratos, cartulinas borrosas... de todas esas cosas que nos fueron amadas. t. Hoy registrando el fondo de una caja olvldada, J .,, entre las viejas hojas de mi devocionario, x' aquellos versos tan tiernos: "A Rosario" , .;.; I que un poeta suicida le conaagr6 a su amada. i un anlllo de oro, y una gardenia ajada; i un gran lazo de clnta de tono desvaido , una carta arrugada,. ?.' i y en ' un carnet de baile, tu nombre repetido. .. surgl6 un retr.ato . 1 Til me lo dlste un dla!; .-,:. escrlta por tus nianos fue Ia ded.icatorla.. . ajena estaba entonces de que no dejaria ..., J ni un surco en tu memoria I .. f I !Dulce melanco!Ja de las cosas que ueron ; entornando los ojos pensativos y huraftos , < evoco las caricias que tus labios me d.ieron , para vivir de nuevo Ia inquietud de esos alios. k.l SNOW TIRE MOUNTING We'll d emount your regular tires and mount your 88 PA I R Regularly S2.88 ........ _. .... , ....... No . ut ' STOII HOUIS I throutrh Sat. 301 W. _lth Phone 542-6202 BET you would like to have a really clean carpets! Antojitos Mexicanos Carnitas estilo Mexico Menudo, Carne Adovada Polio Rostizado, Mole at only 10/: per SQ. foot. call 433-2035 a steam carpet cleaning E 4040 6 Te1on S o D enver . Colo TONY ORTIZ OPEN: Tue. Wed. Th. 11:00 a . m . 9 :00p.m. 2151 LARIMER ST. DENVER --PH 893-0222 T residential commercial free estimates Fri . Sat. Sun' . from 11:00 a.m . to 4 :00 a .IT". FORMERLY JOHNNY DICO' S CROSS COUNTRY MOTORS • HORNET • JAVELIN • MATADOR • JEEP • AMBASSADOR • AMX • GREMLIN 24-HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE & TOWING AVAILABLE PH: 341-7700 DENVER NEW LOCATION: EAST VIRGINIA & SOUI'II HAVANA Exact South Havana Street ... _ -.--.-..-.-----..-,...--_ ... _._,....,.. .. ,.. -_ ... 40. ..... _._---.-...--..-..-I

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Pagina 6, EL ECO, Noviembre 1974 CONSEJOS UTILES para la vida y el hogar SECCION A CARGO DE FEDERICO MARIOTTI Y CECILIA DE MARIOTTI-LA URBANIDAD La urbanidad es una virtud personal que tiene que ver con la buena crianza, y se manifiesta a traves de las palabras, los modales y la conducta de las personas. Una persona urbana es una persona cortes, atenta, comedida; acostumbrada a los buenos modales en su trato con el projimo. Par lo regular la gente que practica la urbanidad es simpatica, tolerante y amigable, y es bien recibida en cualquier parte. La urbanidad es valiosa e importante en la vida para toda clase de perso nas, sin distincion de edad, de sexo o de condicion social. En la' vida de relacion social la urbanidad es como una Have maestra; puede abrir puertas y corazones . Puede conducir al exito en una profesion o a la fortuna en los negocios. La urbanidad no es un convencio nalismo social. Par el contrario, es un complemento indispensable de la personalidad de la gente educ ada, y es una aguda necesidad en las relacio nes humanas. Apenas podria conce bir se una sociedad civilizada sin urbanidad. Desgraciadamente , no faltan las personas a las cuales les agrada ser tratadas con urbanidad, pero que no retribuyen de igual forma las atencio ne s que reciben. Son de esas personas a las cu ales les gusta recibir , pero no dar. Ultimamente se ha estado dando un enfasis extraordinario a la trascendencia de ese arte novedoso que ha sido l!amado de las "relaci ones huma nas" o "relaciones publicas". Se dice que es imprescindible para la eficien te "c omunicacion " individual o colec tiva. Tambien se afirma que las igle sias cristianas lo necesitan . Sin embargo, creo que el elemento basico de la comunicacion humana es la urbanidad. Es par el ej(!rcicio la urbanidad que el individ uo puede allanar las vias de comunicacion con el projimo, y ganar la atencion, el res peto y la consideraci6n de las personas que trata. Y si esto es cierto en cuanto a un individuo, tambien debe serlo en cuanto a "l,lna sociedad en las distintas esferas de su actividad. Una sociedad culta no podria subsistir como tal al margen de la urbanidad. La cortesia es uno de los elementos que integran la gran cualidad de la urbanidad. Cuando hay urbanidad en. tonces se muestra la amabflidad, la consideracion y el afecto que una sana debe sentir par otra. Inevitablemente, la vida humana contiene una cierta cantidad de ce remonias . Aun en las sociedades primitivas existian las ceremonias y los ceremonialismos. Queramoslo o no, no es posible prescindir totalmente de las ceremonias . Ademas , y en esto concuerda mucha gente , las ceremonias son agradables, y sirven -para poner un poco de sal en la insulsa rutina de las costumbres diarias . Cuando par la manana saludamos y decimos : " Buenos dias" , estamos hacienda uso de una pequena ceremo nia. Sin embargo, gente hay que des precia esta buena regla de urbanidad y ni siquiera saluda. Algunas personas Hegan hasta no dar la mana. so pretexto de que estan muy ocupadas. Pero, par otra parte, no son poca s las personas que se reunen para celebrar un nacimiento, un casamiento, un cumpleanos , una co!acion de grados en la universidad, o para asistir a un sepelio, poniendo en practica ceremonias sociales que tienen sus raices en la urbanidad. Si se suprimieran todas las ceremo nias sociales y olvidaramos las reglas de la urbanidad, la familia y la socie d .ad retrocederian a la epoca de la tribu salvaje. Poco a poco serian destruidos mas preciosos ' vinculos de las relaciones humanas y la amistad perderia s u mas amable sabor. Jesus hizo abundante usa de la urbanidad y de los buenos modaJes. El fue cortes, fin o y afable aun en los momentos mas angustiosos de su vida. Su preciosa salutacion "Paz a vos otros", constituye un delicado ejemplo de y consideracion hacia sus discipulos . En realidad , no se puede desconocer que la urbanidad social moderna, descansa s abre principios cristianos. y guard a estrecha conexion con la regla de oro que dejara Jesus cuando dijo: "Y como quereis que hagan los hombres con vosotri>s, asi haced vosotros con eHos"
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Pagina 7, EL ECO, Noviembr e 1974 MURAL DEDICATION The Latin American Research and Service Agenc announces the un eiling and dedication of the "Tierra Belleza" (Earth and Beau ) ural . Hovv the Vikings buried their deaa The Mural was painted by Chltano Muralist James Romero at the office of LARASA. The muralist has been orking for appro imatel two months on the 8 foot by 9 foot free s le representation of Pre-columbian art. Thjodhild' Church was a tiny thing, only II Y2 x 6Y2 feet i 1side , barely big enough for 20 or 30 people t o quee ze into for Ma . I t was roof e d with sod, floored with tone and had thin wooden wall banked on three s ides with thick walls made of l aye r upon layer of compacted turf. Such turf walls were good i nsul a tion a nd made ense in the far north l and where wood a nd t one are LAS CEREZAS Que las cerezas estan maduras eStQ 1o Se que tu eres joven y muy bonita, tam bien lo se ... Tal vez el sol obre tus labios se posara ... y tu boquita d1a tras d1a madurara ... Para abril o para mayo ... puede ... que me otrezcas la primera prueba de amor ... Para abril o p<>.ra mayo ... tendras ... un poquito de coraje y me besarfls ... Para abril o para mayo ... puede ... que me ofrezcas la primera prueba de amor ... OONF'F.SION Padre, quiero confesarme estoy cuado, con una mujer buena y no soy feliz. Estoy enamorado de una que no sabe que mi cariAo le pertenece a aquella por 1a Ley de Di06 . Padre. me case en su igtesia con el divorcio; no remedio nada pues yocreo t=:n Dios. y 0 le pert.enez.co pero rio la quiero, este pecado ya estil castigado dem2 su perdon. scarce . I ndeed, there are ome turf chur ches 1milar to Thjodhild's still in existence in Iceland today (photograph below). Thjodhild' Chur ch probably v. itne ed the wedding and funer a l s of onl y a few gene ration -Eric's, his so n s' a nd g r a nd so n . Once Chri tianit y rea ll y took hold in Greenland, Thjodhild's Church wa far too mall, and the Viking built a new, l a rger church nearby. The Mural has been dedicated to Albina Montano. a long time Denver resident . The un eiling and dedication .will take place at 2 :00 P.M . on Friday, November 8, 1974 at LARASA, 1375 Delaware Stre t Suite 304. There w ill also be a display of other forms of art by James Romero. SEMILLITAS DE BUEN HUMOR The l ocation of the grave)ard (abore) and church came to light acciden tally when the Eskimos now living a t Brattahlid s tarted t o dig foundations for a new s ch ool. Map o f graveyard (below) shows how the Vikings buried their dead wi th their feet poiming east, men (black ) in-eluding tho e in a mas gra' e to the south (left) or the church. the women (red) to th e north. Pink denote children : gra y in dicates keleton '' h e e i unknown. t left i Gr .. f hurch in I celand. whi h ha turr "ails imilar to the ones 1hat once surrounded Thjodhild' Church . peru creo que nncemo>hien . ECHENME LA TIERRA ENCIMA Ranchera d e Rodolfo d . e la Gana Echenme 1a tierra encima porque me voy muy lejos muy lejos de aqui, traigo tristeza en ei alma traigo un nudo en la garganta nomAs por tu culpa nomlls por seguirte nomas por quererte a tL Entierrame, mujer indina yo siempre te he de querer no importa lo que digan; con tus desprecios yo Sleropre te he de querer en la Tierra y en el Cielo. (Se repite) NO QUE PASA OONMIGO Bolero cle B.. Tob6n No que pasa conmlgo que me desespero y vuelvo loco, mi pecho ya no resiste y cantarte qutero hoy que estoy muy triste. Tal vez escuches mi canto y aliA en 1a distancia me digas te quiero, las noches cuando te siento que no estA conmigo en el pensamiento. Te grito que me perdones si es mi gran castigo este sutrimiento; ven pronto que desespero que ya sin tus besos me muero, me muero. : WHERE WILL ENERGY COME I ..... , .. ... _ I I -. .,,. I I -tf ,. I I • I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I With some of the world' s conventional energy resources dwindling, we in the I I energy industry are hard at work developing new ways of meeting tomorrow' s I energy needs. For example: I Solar energy represents the ultimate in unlimited, pollution-free energy. Though I I generating electri c ity from solar energy i s some years away, heating and cooling I w ith energy from the sun is already nearing reality. Solar energy will be an important I part of our energy future. I I I i i I . I -------------!111--------,-----,---'l , J f '# ,

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A na t ive Puebloan , Louis J . Pacheco, Jr ., wa s recently pro moted to the rank of Pett y Officer First Cla s s in the U . S . Navy. Louis, as he p r efe r s to be called , is the son of Mr. and Mrs . Lou is J . Pacheco , Sr . , of 1514 East Rive r and is married NO NEED TO BEA GENIUS ••• When you can't figure out how your bills will get paid call the friendly people at / O F P UEBL O PUEBLO. COLORADO MEMBER F .D . I.C . to the former Regina Marie Torres: They have two children, Jeanette, age three, and Joey, age 4 months. They reside at 2002 E . 6th in Pueblo. Louie graduated from Pueblo East High School in 1967 and entered the Navy i n October of the same year. Following basic training, he attended Fireman Technician "A" School at Mare Island, california. In November 1968 he was transferred to the Great Lakes, Illinois, Schools Command, where he specialized in thetv1ark 73 missile fire control system and the AN/APQ-5 fire control radar system . In May 1969, Louie was assigned to the light guided missile cruiser USS Springfield, Flagship of the 2nd fleet. In August 1970 the Springfi eld be came flagship of the 6th Fleet, and Louis and h i s family were transferred to Gaeta, Italy, a En cualquier idioma,_ un puesto en Ia Fuerza Aerea significa: Oportunidad. A n Air F o r ce j ob is more than j u s t a j o b . I t' s an o ppo rtunit y to in sure your future. Bec ause the t ech n1ca l s kill s you l e a r n, whi l e you ' r e i n t h e Air F orce are skills you can use f o reve r in o r o u t of t h e A i r F o r ce . We' ll help you f i n d the j ob th at's r i ght f or you f r o m m o r e than 250 d i fferent Air Force j obs . T hey r ange f r o m avi o n ics t o meteo r ology; f r om me c hanics to data processi ng; fro m admi n is trat io n t o communicc:!tions . Alo ng with our te c hnical training, you c a n t ak e ad v an t age o f the Commun i t y College of the Air F o r ce . It offe r s a Career E ducation Certi f icate (f o r at least 6 4 semester hours) in a n y o f more than 75 specia lty a r eas. You c a n ear n t hose s emeste r hours t h ro u gh your Air F orce technical t rain ing courses (ou r courses are accr e d i t ed by ei th e r the Southern A ssocia t io n or the North C e ntral A ssoc iation o f C o l l eges and Secon d a r y S c hools) and off-duty education . And t o encourage you to take advantage o f th ese educati ona l opportunities, we' l l pay up to 7 5 percent of your tuition cost for your offdu t y studies. If you do de c ide to leave the Air F o r ce, our Communi y College pr o vides a transcript that g ives you an extra edge in s eeking civilian employment. I n addition t o all those Air F o r ce op portunities , you'll like ou r A i r F o r ce ben e f its. T hey can't be matched in civil ian li fe. You get a 30-day paid vacation, c omplete medical cover age and a limit les s f utu r e . BOULDER Now you know why we say a job in the Air Force means opportunity. Call today and ,we'll show you how to put these opportunities in your future. I 4 \ . COLO. SPRINGS DENVER DURANGO FT. COLLINS GRAN JUNCTION GREELEY PUEBLD 443-5660 633-7478 255-1030 247-3967 493-4290 242-0731 352-4404 544-2085 Mire a lo alto haga que lo vean alto en Ia Fuerza Aerea. . ...... .. • ,a.. ••.• ... ........... ••• ... tour which lasted three years. "The Navy has given me a big opportunity to tell prospective recruits exactly what the Navy is all about and all that it offers. Through my experiences , and through what I have been able to attain in the Navy I stress the fact that you can go as far in the as you want... if you are willing to work for it." When asked to elaborate, Louie continued • "It's not always easy to succeed, but from the mo ment a man enters Navy boot camp he w i ll be treated like a man ... .. and with every accom plishment he can be proud that he did it on his own." But all work and no play is not Louie's motto. He spends his spare time fishing, playing pocket billiards, "watching the Denver Broncos and getting down with "Kool and the Gang", his favorite musical group. Eutrapelia LOS ESCOGIDOS Se muer e un h o mbre. y cuand o llega a pu:.,rtas d e l Parais o, San P e dro le pregunta: es? -Un h om bre casado -Entra -le dice San Pedro.Mereces una corona de Gloria. -Llama otro hombre a Ia puerta , y dice que ha e stado casado dos ve ces. -Entra -le dice San Pedro . Te corona de gloria . Llega un tercero di ciendo que . ha casado tr'es veces . -jFuera! --grita San Pedro.Sufrir dos veces es un merito , pero tres veces voluntariamente e s un pecado . No mereces estar en el cielo . jAI infiemo! ELCAMBIO La taquillera de un cine dice a una a miga: -jLos aiios pasan, pero no son tan atractivos como antes! . (.Que es lo que te hace pensar de ese modo? -Los hombres ahora , cuentan siempre el cam bio ... los anuncios haccn .. 6 0 1 su nes:oclo ... tht-uwrt ,l•:mt!'l will ; •pJln't 'iotlt • p01lruna:,:p . t •14a:ot• It'll lht•ln thd r : ul i n El trabajo de los angeles de la guarda de los hombres es libraries de las muje res ; el trabajo de los angeles de la guarda de las mujeres es librarlas de los hom bres ; y el trabajo de Dios que ha creado los angeles de la gua:r:da, es casar los hombres con las mujeres. Anonimo. OOMPLETEL Y REDECORATED HOMES AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY NO FEES Acquir-Homes NO DISCOUNT NO CLOSING COSTS ( EXCEPT DEPOSIT TO TAX AND HIS ESCROW ACCT . AND HAZARD INS. PREM . ) EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY SEE ANY BROKER FOR INSPECTION VETERANS ADMINISTRATION . . . \ ':-' ._ . ' .. , . ----------

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The National Federation of Charros, headquartere d i n Mex ic o C ity, held it's Uni te d States National Congress and Competitions in Los Angel e s , Cal i f . o n Oct. 5th and 6th . In attendance for the Colorado Charros, were Mr. and Ms . Frank D . Carrillo of Bri g hton , r e presenting the Pueb l o C h a r r o Association, and Mr. H enry Gurule of Puebl o, repres enting the Pueblo Charro Associatio n . Mr. Carillo, is the Federation Delegate for the State of Colorado, and Mr. Gurule i s Delegate in c h arge of Public Relations for the Federation i n Colorado. The Puebl o and. D enver Charro Asso ciations are the only two f ederated Charro Associations at the present time in Colorado. P agina 9 , E L ECO , N oviembre 1974 at ne t ears U . S . Champoon shop, sdleduled for Ari zona . The Colorado Oelegatoon also bid for the U . S . Congress to be hosted on Pueblo as part of the 19 76 Centennoal. SoCentenn i al celebratoon . The b i d wa s unopposed, thus confirm ing the 1976 U . S . National Charro Congress for Pueblo. Colorado. Another ery significant item of b usiness was a dorect ove issued by Special Co-ordonator. D r . Yslas . Dr. Yslas charged all U . S . Charras Association to observe and celebrate the Uni ted States Independence on the 4th of July, with the same enthusoasm and on the same manner as Charro Associatoon i n Mexico observe the Mexocan Independence on Sept. 15 and 16 . Dr. Yslas further pointed out that in acco rdance with Charro Regulations, wherever Mexocan National Holidays are observed. the Fede r ated Charro Assoc i a t ions have the obligation to see • that the celebrations are con ducted with the proper respect. The U.S. National Congress brought together represe nta tives from all of the sixty-four federated associations in t he U nited States . The purpose for the congress was t o d iscuss and co -ordinate c h arro activi t ies in t he U . S., and to pick the United State s Champions t o re p resent this country at the Nationa l Charro C ong r ess a nd Champions h i ps, t o b e held in Guadalajara from Novembe r 1st thr ough N ovembe r lOt h of this year. Henry Gurule, left, Colorado delegate for the Federation, Juby Tafoya, Queen of the Denver Charro Association and Leopolda Truji llo , president of the Pueblo Charro Association. T he Denver etoarro Associa tion and the Latin America n Re search and Service Agency {LARASA). jointly observed the Mexican Independence this The U .S. Charras w er e g iven the opportunity to meet t h e n e w National F e deration P resi dent, Senor J o r g e D elgadillo and the National Secretary, S e nor Enri q ue Tello de Meneses . Also i n attend ance was p ast National P resident and present Co-ord i'nator for U.S . Charro Affairs, Dr. Jose Yslas Salazar, all from M exico C ity. The U.S . Con gress was conducted unde r t h e directi o n of the United S tates E xecutive " Vocal" ( s poke s m an) , Sen o r Ignac i o C . Arriola of San Pedro, Calif. Although Colorado did not have a team in the competitions the Colorad oans made a firm commitment to be re presented pa st September 7th, at the Adams County Fairgrounds, with the First Annual Fiesta de Septiembre. The Denver Charras will plan a similar event for the future Independence Days every 4th of July. V Los a nunclo haccn .........aco<';') i grande pi I su nqJido-lhr"""""'ha.fll"' ••II "111..-l"fWII,. '••ur JW'""..,E': .,.......,. 1 .. 11 1.hrrn you .. ,.. lhrtr .d 1n [l [(t') MAYA aguila, sobre un nopol, devorando a u n a serpiente ... " . -jl a sena l! Alii fu n daremos nues tr o ciuda d . EL DIA EN QUE NACIO TENOCHTITLAN -iQ uie n no s hizo d i gno s d e tonto g ra ci a , e xc elenc i a y grandeza? L a senol , me x icos! jAIIa, entre los tules , sobre oquel tunal! jEI aguila! Nuestro dios Huitzilopochtli se ho monifestodo y alii ed i ficoremos nuestro ciudod. En efecto : alia, en uno de los isle tos de Ia pontonoso laguna y ante los otonitos ojos de Ia tribu mexico , "un aguila colosol, soberbio , de onchos alas rojos, se hobl o posodo sobre el tenochtli ... ", segun Ia del i cioso reloci on de Heriberto Frias. Era el o n o de 1 3 25 . Los mex i cas dobon f i n , o l des c ifror de oquel a: < ci5 w > lA. modo e i oraculo, a uno penosisimo peregrinocion que se remontobo a muchos lustros , cuondo Ia tribu, ocotondo Ia orden del d ios tutelar Huitzilopochtli, obondono Ia miste r i oso Aztlan ( "Iugar de gorzos " ) , cuyo ubicoci on oun pertenece ol mundo de los en igmas. El dios hoblo prometido conducir a su pueblo ho s to un Iugar donde "serion ensolzadas sus generoci o n es"; y I a t r ibu de me xi cas , obedi en tes y de votos, se ec h o a l camino, e n busca de I a ti e r ra p rometida. los mexicas emprendi e ron un pe noso recorrido q u e duro cerca de 80 anos. Finalmente, una manana de 1325 d ivisaron Ia tierra anun cioda por Huitzilopochtli. Y entonces todo parecla u n so berbi o poema epi co , de sombrlo belleza. que describ i a Ia pereg r i naci o n de u n puebl o devastado, a p u n t o de ex tinguirse, a f e rrado a s u b r a v u ra y f e rocidod para conser va rse ... u n p ueblo al que an i ma b a I a voz de u n oraculo indescri p ti b le y l egendario : " Do n de encuentr e n un los mexi cos habi an posado l a s rod i l l a s en tierra y , a semejanza del agu i la , inclinaban Ia cobeza, solo que su acti tud era reverencial. Mien tra s tanto e l animal "incl inabo hacia los arroyuelos Ia cabeza , y hundien do su garra, extra I a una largo, epilepti ca y verde culebra ( ... ) e xten d iendo las regias a l as , una garr a sobre el tunal , Ia otra estrang ulando al repti l , a lentos y graves pi c o t azos , e l divi no Cuauhtl i (agu ila), g l o riosa m en t e , devoro s u presa ... ". -Yo h emos v i sto lo q ue dese6ba mos y alcanzamos l o que busc6ba mos . Esta es nuestro t ierra, me xicas. DE ENGLEWOOD SAVE 40-60% TRULY MAGNIFICENT MEXICAN DIRECT BUYING Rega t os de Mex ico buys d irectl y , from Mex i co eli m inating m i dd l eman p rofits. YOU GET THE MIDDLEMAN' S PROFIT! LOW OVERHEAD-Regal es de Mexico i s l oca ted i n a tow overhead area . YOU GET THE DOLLARS FROM THE SAVINGS! Shop our unique, colorful market today 01NDIAN-MADE TURQUOISE JEWELRY REGALOS de MEXICO . . . . . -. 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Pagina 1 0, EL ECO, Noviembre 1974 _ Fabrican . en Mexico ''Junior'' Contesta en Septiembre a so ''Apa'' T ractores Sovi8ticos MEXICO, (EFE)-El combinado in dustrial "Ciudad Sahagun" fabrica ya en Mexico trac tores sovieticos de 25 caballos de fuerza con partes im portadas, por ahora, casi en su totalidad de la Uni6n Sovietica, se inform6 en la capital mexicana. La decisi6n de fabricar tractores sovieticos en el mayor com.lejo automotriz de Mexico se considera como una respuesta a la politica de las constructoras an teriormente establecidas en Mexico, que se niegan tanto a reducir precios como a aumentar la producci6n de unidades agrlcolas. Antes de finalizar el presente aiio, segun Emilio Krieger, Director 'General de dicho combinado industrial, sera n ensambladas 300 unidades del T-25, "un tractor econ6mico oue se adapta perfectamente a las con diciones de la agricultura mexicana. Los fabricantes tradicionales de tractores, concretami!nte Ma ssey Ferguson, John Deere, Internacional Harvester y Ford, redujeron Ultimamente la producCi6n en mas de un so por ciento "por falta de materias primas" , segun dijeron, causando daiios en el necesitado campo mexicano. Ademas, esas con-structoras, segun Emilio Krieger, fabrican tractores de 75 caballos de fuerza termino medio, demasiado potentes y costosos para las necesidades mexicanas. El T-25 podra ser vendido a dos mil d6lares unidad, la mitad del precio actual de sus competidores, segun proyectos . hechos publicos. Luis Echeverria en Ia conterencla de Ia DNU Sobre el Hambre en R9ma El presidente de Mexico . Lie. Lui s Echeverria, a rrib6 aqui procedente de su pais para concurrir a Ia mundial s obre el hambre que se esta escenificando en esta capital con participaci6n de paises de todo el mundo . Dicha conferencia fue organizada por las Nac iones Unidas para evaluar los problemas por los que atraviesar1 los paises sub desarrollados entre los que se encuentra Mexico . El presidente mexicano tambien estara presente en otros eventos de importancia para su p ais. Por: Similrius Contesto tu carta que me mandates el mes pasao, deseanclo que al recebir Ia presente se encuentren gozando de_ cabal salu, que Ia que de mi sedespide es guena, gracias a Dios y paso a decirte lo siguiente. Apa, lo mas importante que tengo que contarte es que en este mes de setiembre hemos festejao aqui en Chicago, las fiestas patrias de Mexico, pa conmemorar Ia independencia de nosotros. Mira hubo desfile en Ia calle prencipal que se llama Esteit, hubo mumchos carros aleg6ricos re bonitos" una cos a te digo yes que aunque si vimos grupos de j6venes que marcharon tocando tambores. cornetas y estromentos musicales, yc adevino que ninguno era mexicano, pos casi todos eran guerejos ojo azul y ademas munchos prietos como de los que hay en Veracruz. Todos esos grupos que nos hicieron el favor de desfilar o les pagaron por hacerlo, caminaban con muncho orden, muncha deciplina, ancina mesmo como los cadetes que devisaba yo en los desfiles de Morelia. De plano te digo que no vidi ninguna banda de guerra de mexicanos, mas _ que equipos de ese juego que le dan patadas a una pelota de cuero y le II a man futbol. Pero si m-e gustaron las guercas gueras con sus bototas. sus minifaldonas y su pelo suelto que les volaba al vientoy sus gorros altos como de general de esos que se .ven en los retratos viejos. Ffjate apa , que los morenos al ir marchando, casi casi iban bailando, se vefan re curiosos, puro movimiento. Tambien te cuento que tuvimos reina con sus princesas y carro aleg6rico, nomas les faltaron esos que en el pueblo lesdicen chambelanes. P'al domingo en Ia noche juimos a un jardin que esta cerquita de Ia playa, le dicen . la porque ahl hicieroll una coristrucci6n que si parece concha pero grandotota y sirve pa' que toquen las orquestas los domi ngos y hay ban cas y un campo grande de puro pastito onde nos. tiramos los que no a lcanzamos asiento. Aqui jue el mentao grito de independencia que lo di6 un senor que venia mandao por el presidente Echeverria pa ' que lo supliera; yo creoque dijo algo mal cuando habl6 porque lachusma le chifl6 de a teo. Aquf mesmo hubo al prencipio munchos grupos de ba)le bailaron estilo mexicano, unos como los jarochos, otros como los de Chiapas. otros como !os d . e Michoacan yen otros estilos, hasta salieron unos bai lando al com pas del c hoque de sus machetes que gusto muncho a los p oc os gringos que mirug i aban. Tambien vi no una estudianti na , jue Ia del estado d e las tunas. de San Luis Potosi , estos cantaron al me r o com ienzo de Ia fiesta , r e p0quito. Ia gente e;,p e rab a que salieran otra vez p e ro no les dieron chance y e n su Iugar p os nos echa ron canci o nes con marica h i hasta ernp alagarrws. L o s mexicanos qu erfamo s oir canta r a esos m uchachos estudiantes y ya d u rante Ia semana los seguimos a los cinesdoride a ctuaron que aunque jue de gorra todos coperamos con lo que pudimos y recibieron regalos y d61ares en agradecimiento por ofrlos cantar. Te dire que me senti feliz con . todo el mitote que se hizo, pero un poquillo triste porno estar en mi pueblo, extrane el torito, el castillo, los vendedores de _ frutas y las senoras con sus puestos de cena en los portales. ofreciendo en voz alta el pozole, las enchiladas, el atole de tamarindo con tamales de chile, los bunuelos, las tostadas de cueritos ... y sobre todo las g2feltas en el jardfn con un puf10 de confeti en Ia mano pa desparramarlo en Ia cabeza de Ia muchacha de las trenzas negras ... Aqui le paro porque ya me puse triste otra vez apa, saludos pa' todos; tu hijo que vei"los desea major que escrebirles . Juan "Junior" Becerril. MAJOR BUSINESSES are actively seeking Chicano and Chicana gradu.ates of Sales Training Institute PUEBLO'S MEETING PLACE MEX(CO. nov. 7 (UPI) .Segun el doctor Julian Adem. director del Instituto de Geofisica de la Universidad Nacional Aut6noma de Mexico (UNAM). Mexico contempla el establecimiento de una red sismica que haria .. posible . al ocurrir un temblor. obtener en forma simultanea e instantanea. los datos de estaciones ubicadas por todo el pais. en una oficina central de Ia UNAM . in the field. of sales ! ! NO COST SALES APTITUDE TEST APPROVED FOR VETERAN"S TRAINING 'J'aO EAST SPEER .._YD. DEliVER. COLO. 811m3 PHONE 744-7Git 839 So.th Circle Drift Sprinp Pia: 471-4810 24-HOUR DINING ROOM :Jf.c 'at;o j,aluri11g 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 & H\lri4Y 50 EAST (EXIT 41) THE PARTS HOUSE 919 EAST COLFAX AVE. 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VEA LOS ANUNCIOS CLASIFICADOS avisos elcuifieados HELP WANTED: Precision Production Machinists with 3 years exp. & setups. Apply to Employment Office, SUNSTRAND, 2480 W. 70th Ave . Denver, Colorado. HELP PROMOTE LA CULTURA ESPANOLA! Denver Free University Needs Volunteer Teacher.; for Beginning & Intermediate Spanish Classes, Oct . 1974 . No Degree Necessary; just kn P le.,.l enrer my name f
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Five good opportunities for building a future in the Army today. You could join the Army to get job training that will serve you for a lifetime. You could join to get a college education. You could join because you'd like to see Hawaii or Europe. You could join because you love your country. Pick your special interest 9n this page, and he'll fill you in with all the details. . Of course, you may combine many of these interests, or all of them. But give us your Number One choice. It's your future. You owe it to yourself to get the facts. There's no ooligation of any kind, except the one you owe yourself. CALL YOUR ARMY REPRESENTATIVE l-Year Option Today you can sign up for a two-year enlis tment. You can choose among a l ong list of job-training opportunities , plus have a ll the other great Army benefits and opport unitie s avai labl e to you . You get the Army's good starting pay, with a raise after four months. With meal s , housi ng , clothing, medical and dental care provided. Get all the facts. Education Last year alone, 90,000 men and women earned college credits while serving in the Army. And the Army pay s 75 % of the college costs. All this on top of today's good pay and benefits . These education-minded people took courses on Army p os t s and at nearby colleges and universities. And through various correspondence courses . You could ioin them. Delayed Entry If you'd like so me time t o wrap up unfinished business , you'll want to know about the Delayed Entry option in today 's Army. You can enlist today and postpone reporting for up to 270 days if you qualify. Some of your benefits a r e credited from the day of your original enli s tment , and that can be important. C h eck it out. Get the facts on Delayed Entry Travel Jobs You can choose among 200 job training courses in the Army today. Electronics. Meteorology. Policework. Mechanics. This may be an opportunity to learn a skill you never thought you had a serious chance of leaining . And you'll be well-paid while learning. Your choice of job-training will be guaranteed , in writing , l;>efore you enlist. You could join these highly skilled men and women of today's Army! Here's nice work and yo u can get it. You can meet new faces, see new places , and you get a lot of choices. Alaska , Hawaii , Korea , Europe. If you want excitement and a chance to break out of a dull routine, the Army can be the. travel opportunit Y of a lifetime . CALL YOUR LOCAL ARMY RECRUITER TODAY: Denver 1717 CMinpa St. 893-8771 Englewood Lakewood Arv.8dl Aurora-Thornton Colorado Springs Alamosa Pueblo. La ' Junta Salid8 Durango 912 Broadway 893-2822 3401 S. B•nock 789-91577 8580W. Colfax m-7473 5707 Wibster 423-2200 8720 E. Colfax 388-U27 840 E. 88th St. 287 -0246 1011 . N . A_._.y Bhd. 59&-9682 1015 41h S1nllt 325 w. 10th Sir.-546-3624 19 w. 4th Stnlt 384 20M 121 N. 1st Stnet 538-3181 1139 M8ln StrMt 247 ... join the people who've joined the Army.