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El Eco Maya, December, 1974

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James Romero, points to Tierra y Belleza [Earth & Beauty] mural in LARASA Office.
LARASA Inaugura
Un Segundo Mural Artistico
LARASA Unveils Second Mural
The Latin American Research & Service Agency (LARASA) unveiled the second Chicano mural produced under its sponsorship this year in a ceremony in its offices on Friday November 8. The Mural, an eight by nine foot free-style representation of Pre-Columbian art of Mexico is located in the LARASA offices at 1375 Delaware St., Denver. The artist, James Romero, dedicated the mural to his Grandmother, Albina Montano, a longtime Denver resident.
Romero, 18, worked under the auspices of the Concentrated Employment Program in Denver during the two-month period required to produce the freehand mural. He said that the mural represents the two Aztec Cods of Earth and Beauty. These two Cods are frequently depicted together in Aztec art to represent the ancient human aspiration of harmony and peace on earth.
The dedication was attended by the parents and family of the artist and by a
Cont. on Page 3.
LARASA (Latin American Research and Service Agency) inaug'uro un segundo mural de arte en ceremonia celebrada en sus despachos el viernes pa-sado proximo, 8 de noviem-bre, 1974. El Mural que representa el arte pre-colombiano de Mexico mide 8x9 pies, estando localiza-do en el despacho 304 en 1375 Delaware, Denver, Colo. El artista, James Romero, dedico el mural a su abuelita, Albina Montano, residente de Denver. El joven Romero, de 18 anos de edad, trabajo en su obra durante dos meses patrocinado por C.E.P. (Concentrated Employment Program) bajo los auspicios de LARASA. El muro representa dos divinidades Az-tecas: el dios de la belleza y la diosa de la madre tierra. Estas dos deidades se en-cuentran a menudo juntas en el arte azteca para simbolizar la aspiracion hu-mana de armonia y paz.
La inauguracion fue desenvuelta en la presencia de los padres y familiares del artista, la prensa y numerosos'residentes de la
Cont. Pagina 3.
Mexican Luncheons Earn $$ for Christmas Baskets
by Sandy Weber
The Wesfcsi.de Action Center's philosophy of "serving the people" is demonstrated on Fridays when the center's employes, in addition to their other duties, serve Mexican luncheons from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the center, 1100 Santa Fe Drive, every week until Christmas.
The proceeds from the Mexican luncheons go toward the Christmas basket project which provides Christmas dinner for needy families of west Denver. 350 FAMILIES
Last year, 350 families received baskets, and "we hope it will be as successful this year," Chuck Garcia, administrator of the center, said.
The employes began shredding lettuce, slicing tomatoes, grating cheese, filling tortillas and lighting the stove at 9 a.m.
Then the telephone started ringing.
"There's a call for you. Chuck," the receptionist said. And, "Someone wishes to see you, Maria." CHEFS DWINDLE
The number of chefs quickly dwindled from 12 to 3.
Delphi Luian began to fry some tortillas while Betty Koeler opened a few gallon-size cans of beans. Maria Luz Quayle began to fry the meat. The phone kept ringing, and the people requiring the services provided by the center kept drifting into the waiting room.
Inside—Page 3.
Continued
West Side residents line up for punch at a Friday luncheon, West Side Action Center, Denver.
Maria'Quayle, West Side Action Ctr. Counselor, dishes up frijoles at a Friday luncheon.


Page 2, EL ECO, December, 1974
DIRECTORIO \/e2 ^-fispana de Colorado
EL ECO newspaper is the largest Bi-lingual Spanish newspaper in Colorado. It is published by ECO PUBLIC A TIONS, INC. and distributed mainly to Hispanos and Chicanos throughout the Denver Metro area, Colorado Springs, and Southern Colorado.
Denver office is located at 668 South Logan Street; mailing address: P.O. Box 9650, Denver, Colorado 80209.
Pueblo office is located at 600 West Northern Avenue, upstairs; mailing address:P.O. Box2024, Pueblo, Colorado81004.
ASSOC. EDITOR: Joseph R. Padilla DENVER ART ED: Bill Sandoval SALES & DISTR: Wanda M. Padilla COLUMNIST: J. J. Albi COMPOSITION: NitaS. Barrios CONTRIBUTIONS: James W. Reed DISTRIBUTION: Ray Aguilera, Sr., Pueblo PUEBLO ART EDITOR: Ernestd Barrios BUSINESS MGR: Wanda Padilla DISTRICT MGR: Ernesto Barrios
MINORITY SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED AT MSC -press release to "El Eco"
Mrs. Jessie Corona and Mr. Ronald Ingram were the recipients of Liebhardt-McLaughlin Scholarships for the 1974-75 academic term at Metropolitan State College.
The scholarships were presented at a ceremony on Wednesday October 30 at conference room of the AA Building by Rueben Aguirre Chairman of the Department of Chicano Studies and Mrs. Rachel B. Noel Chairman of the Afro American Studies.
The awards cover tuition for the academic year and are based on financial need, academic achievement and on the potential for the recipients to become future community leaders.
These scholarships are made possible by the Metropolitan State College foundation fund from the estate of Mr. Liebhardt and Mr. Stuart McLaughlin a trustee of Metropolitan State College for many years. Plans are now in progress to solicit additional funds to increase the monies available for minority scholarships. Those desiring to contribute to this .cause should contact Professor Rueben Aguirre or Professor Rachel Noel at Metropolitan State College Phone: 292-5190 Ext. 345.
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Dum-Dum Bullets Interview
Man-on-the-Street: Ronald J. Pacheco, Denver resident for 22 years.
Albi: "Mr. Pacheco, have you followed the controversy on dum-dum bullets?"
Pacheco: "Well, no — 1 read about it though." Albi: "Some police think dum-dum bullets are better than the standard hard-nose bullets, because hollow-point bullets are more devastating."
Pacheco: "I agree with what I read in the paper. That using dum-dum bullets allows the policeman to act as judge, jury, and executioner. I believe that the hollow-point bullet constitutes cruel, inhuman, and • unusual punishment, which should be eliminated."
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Telephone Interview: Hispano Engineer in Denver
Hispano Engineer: "I am a hunter. I use dum-dum bullets to kill animals, because I think it is more humane to kill an animal quickly, than to wound him with a standard bullet, and let him run around wounded, and die a slower, more agonizing death.
"But, I don't think these bullets should be used on people, even though the police have said that the purpose of hollow-point bullets is to stop criminals from returning police fire." Albi: "How do we know that people buying dumdums at ammunition stores, supposedly for the purpose of hunting, will not use them for other purposes, such as killing human victims?"
Hispano Engineer: "We don't know for certain, but I would be against preventing the sale of guns, or the sale of dum-dums for hunting-. I go along with the National Rifle Association in this regard."
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State Senator Richard Plock Denver, new Republican majority leader:
"Being a lawyer, I want to wait to make any decisions until I hear all the evidence. All I know is what I've read in the papers. It appears to me that Denver Police Chief Art Dill has some merit in his contentions for dumdum bullets. It also appears to me that Denver
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).
Introduction: El Politico Column this month is on dum-dum bullets, the hollow-point bullets that the Denver Police Department is thinking of using — designed to slow down and/or help eliminate crime and criminals.
District Attorney Dale Tooley, who opposes use of the hollow-point bullets, has some good points, too. Before I make up my mind, I want to participate in a hearing with both sides, and ask them questions.
"At this point, I've got no position on dum-dum bullets."
Albi: "What are some of the questions you might ask either side — Dill and Tooley?".
Plock: "I'd like to hear what Tooley and Chief Dill each have to say about the other's arguments. Then after hearing the whole thing, if I felt a compelling need for hollow-point bullets, even though it might run the risk of greater killing power on an innocent party or on a mistaken-identity party, perhaps I'd be willing to go for dum-dum bullets. But, if there's no real need for dum-dum bullets, then perhaps the dangers involved outweigh the idea that the police ought to be able to use the bullets that they want to use."
Dan Trujillo
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Platte Valley Action Center:
"I don't think that the argument to use dumdums to prevent criminals from returning police fire is legitimate. I remember one policeman on television who said he was a marksman at 100 feet; but under pressure, at 15 feet distance, he couldn't even hit a target.
"I think that innocent bystanders could easily be hit and/or killed by a mis-aimed dum-dum bullet — that's one reason that I'm against the use of hollow-point bullets by police.
"I received a letter from an Army Colonel stationed in Fort Lyons, Colorado. In 1950 during the Korean War, he was hit by a dumdum, in the stomach. He still bears the scars and wounds of his near fatality.
"I believe that back in 1971, dum-dum bullets were used during the Platte Valley incident. They blew holes the size of grapefruits in car fenders.
"I believe that most of the public wants to ban these hollow-points from police use. I think that 65% of the public is against their use."


Page 3, EL ECO, December, 1974
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Beginning Monday, November 11, 1974, the residents in- the North Denver area will have free transportation.
The North • Denver Alliance has received some money to do a study on how many people would use the route and to see if the route is needed. Before the two months are up, it is hoped that RTD will take the route over.
As this is an experiment, we cannot give you the exact times the bus will pass. In the chart, the times are estimations. We will inform you of any changes in the route.
Wave the blue bus down on any corner along the route and it will stop for you.
LARASA UNVEILS SECOND MURAL Cont. from page 1.
large number of residents of the Denver Community. The mural will remain in the LARASA offices as a permanent monument to Chicano culture in Denver.
Earlier in the year, LA-RASA sponsored a mural under the patronage of the Colorado Council on the Arts and Humanities painted by another youthful Denver artist, Roberto Lucero. LARASA Executive Director, Jack Lang y Marquez noted that the promotion of all forms of Chicano Cultural projects, especially by Chicano youth is a role that LARASA is proud to assume in the Denver Community. The promotion of Chicano art will go a long way toward instilling a sense of. pride needed to overcome generations of discrimination experienced by Chicanos. All members of the community are welcome to stop by the LARASA office at any time to view the mural.
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Al principio del ano, LARASA asi mismo auspicio otro mural patro-cinado por el Consejo de las Artes y Humanidades de Colorado cuyo autor es el joven artista, Roberto Lucero. La promocion del arte Chicano entre la juventud mexico-americana debe de ser apoyada por todos con el fin de sentirnos orgullos de nuestra raza cultura y arte. Se invita a la comuni-dad a visitar nuestro despacho y conocer la obra del artista, James Romero.
MEXICAN LUNCHEONS EARN DOLLARS FOR CHRISTMAS BASKETS Cont. from page 1
"Most of the employes prefer to cook, because then they don't have to do the dishes," Garcia said.
Around 11:15 a.m., the lunch-time crowd started to arrive at the center. Everything seemed well organized despite the interruptions.
The lunch offered on the day of the interview was a taco, a tostada and a burrito, with punch to drink. The lunch costs $1.50 per person, and the menu varies from week to week.
LADLE IN HAND
Garcia, stationed at the punch bowl with ladle in hand, greeted the customers and thanked them for attending the luncheon.
Craig Hart, the director of the Westside Action Center, arrived, bringing several people.
Asked whether he would have to help wash the dishes, he replied, "Yes, I wash the dishes because the Action Center is run like a family. No member is any more important than the next one. We all chip in."
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Page 4, EL ECO, December, 1974
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A Dime for World Peace
or $82.6 Billion Dollars For World Destruction
By: Joseph Padilla
This month we celebrate Christmas here in the United States. But how many of us Americans will pause to reflect on the real meaning of Christ's coming as we hastily send out our Christmas cards proclaiming "Peace'on Earth, Coodwill to Men?"
Personally, I cannot think of any subject more appropriate to speak on this month than that of achieving world peace. This year, the U.S. Congress has approved a $82.6 Billion dollar budget, which will be taken from our taxes to finance peoplekilling machines. Shortly thereafter, Pres. Cerald Ford announced his plan to tax American citizens an additional $5 billion dollars to pay for a way out of inflation.
It is difficult for me to understand why the President of our United States can "not think" of cutting $5 billion dollars out of the $82.6 Billion dollars allocated for potential human destruction, in order to pay for the anti-inflation programs, hatched by his Economic Advisory Committee, instead of taxing us some more.
I believe that you believe as I do that we do mind paying the extra $40.00 tax each year which we're told will get the U.S. out of this inflationary mess. I especially mind when I see $82.6 Billion dollars allocated for weapons of destruction and horror, and yet not 1 dollar allocated in the President's budget towards a workable plan to achieve world peace.
I quote Prof. McLuhan from his book, The Medium is the Missage, "Whenever hot wars are necessary these days, we conduct them in the backyard of the world, with the old technologies." He means here, with bullets, bombs, planes, tanks, etc.,' instead of with wisdom, goodwill, honor, love of mankind, and with all haste in the pursuit of peace, permanent peace. McLuhan continues, ", these wars are happenings TRAGIC GAMES. It is no longer convenient, or suitable, to use the latest technologies," (ie. Hydrogen bombs, lasers, germ warfare, etc.), "for fighting our wars, because the latest technologies have rendered war MEANING-
LESS. The HYDROGEN BOMB is history's EXCLAMATION POINT. It ENDS an age-long sentence of manifest violence."
Once upon a time, perhaps wars were necessary. But today and in the future, WAR is the sure road to the END of the world. You see, if those $82.6 Billion dollars worth of destruction were utilized for their intended purpose, we wouldn't have to be concerned about INFLATION, would we?
I suggest that the leaders of this great country should reconstruct their priorities from so much concern about being prepared for WAR and "the deterrence of Adversaries," to an active concern with positive deterrents, like effective good-will towards other nations, which lead to the most positive deterrent, known as PEACE. Speaking in terms of responsibility, should not the MOST "responsible defense policy" concern itself PRIMARILY with achieving real and lasting World Peace?
Eighty-two point six billion dollars, when used for the production of end products that can ONLY be used for destruction, cannot be construed as a positive step in the direction of world peace. In this man's opinion, the "Arms Race" will end only when we, the United States of America,' STOP producing the largest bomb, the fastest war plane, the . most tanks, the largest battleship, and BEGIN to lead the world in the direction of PHASING-OUT the "Arms Race" and PHASING-IN, with GOD-SPEED, a planned and permanent WORLD PEACE.
I hope that you readers, as citizens of this country and this world, will not only bear these comments in mind, but that you will discuss them with your friends, and that you will urge your representatives in Congress to take ACTION on the issue of achieving a positive world peace, not to just engage in more debate. Men have been CONSIDERING world peace, and saying "Pax en Terra," for TOO LONG now, without doing something CONSTRUCTIVE about it. World Peace, or call it "The Coming of the Kingdom of God on
Earth," will not happen by magic. It will only happen when men, with love, take the necessary steps to make it happen.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Dear Mr. Padilla:
I am enjoying my subscription to El Eco, and I applaud your moderate, i.e. non-militant, approach to solving the problems of Hispanos and Chicanos.
I believe that one of the greatest problems Chicanos face today is that of the farm workers, and the plight of the Chicano United Farm Workers, who do not belong to, nor wish to belong to the Teamsters Union.
What do you, or what does El Eco newspaper have to say about this problem? Could you suggest a possible solution to the plight of the farm workers?
Sincerely, Tom Sanchez

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By: Richard Reston
Adapted and reprinted from the L.A. Times
WASHINGTON — Secretary of Defense James R. Schlesinger said Friday, Dec. 6, 1974, that the new Soviet-American nuclear arms agreement is likely to lead to an expansion of U.S. missile forces at sea and in the bomber fleet.
Schlesinger also warned the Soviet Union that the United States intends to match expansion in the Russian arms program, possibly with the development of a new and heavier U.S. land-based missile sys tern.
Schlesinger expressed concern over the rapid development of the Soviet missile program. He said the United States expects the Soviet Union to begin deployment of a new generation of heavier missiles during the first quarter of 1975.
"We are prepared to match whatever the Soviets do," he said.
The Soviet Union and the United States have agreed to talk about a reduction of nuclear arms by 1980.
"But if the talks are not successful, we will have a larger number of strategic delivery vehicles than we had previously assumed," he said.
Schlesinger called the Vladivostok agreement "a major step forward." He said the agreement did not achieve everything the United States wanted but did accomplish the main objective of equality between U.S. and Soviet missile forces.
He said the United States would have preferred lower armament ceilings, but that the Soviet Union was not likely to agree to any steps that would limit its development program.
Accordingly, he said the United States also will proceed with development of new weapons systems.
"We must produce a new bomber,” Schlesinger said. A prototype of the next-generation B-1 bomber already is complete.
Schlesinger noted that some research and development money already was allocated for the bigger MX missile.
"Development of the MX will proceed," he said.
The advantage of larger missiles is that they carry more warheads.
Schlesinger's emphasis on sea-based missiles also underscored the importance military planners attach to the Trident program, which will bring in the next generation of submarines, each with a
capacity to fire 24 missiles with multiple warheads over intercontinental ranges.
The new Soviet-American
agreement does not prevent development and ultimately deployment of any of these new weapons systems.
"We will be proceeding with a number of developments . . and the probability of deployment has increased," Schlesinger said.
He justified expanded U.S. arms development by saying that changes in technology and the momentum of the Soviet program "require adjustments on our part."
Schlesinger was asked to explain why the arms agreement already is running into opposition from congressional critics and others. He said there were probably some people who saw more room for restraint in the arms race, and who might have been prepared to risk more than Mr. Ford did.
ECO analysis:
The above article was a news release by the U.S. Secretary of Defense — dateline Washington. The Content of this statement clearly reflects the ludicrous nature of the Soviet-American Arms race, and the meaningless nature of the Vladivostok Agreement.
In short, the recent Arms Agreement meant NOTHING, yet it is considered by Schlesinger to be a "major step forward." It accomplished the "main objective" of matching weapons, not limiting weapons.
In reference to the closing paragraph above, I say this: It is very difficult for me to understand how "restraint in the Arms Race" can lead to more "risk" than will 2400 more strategic missiles, and bombers, 1320 more missiles with multiple warheads, a new generation of
B-1 bombers, a bigger MX missiles having capability of carrying more nuclear warheads. Trident Submarines capable of firing 24 Nuclear Missiles with multiple warheads over intercontinental ranges.
After all of this, the U.S. and Russia have agreed to "TALK about a reduction of Nuclear Arms by 1980!"
Is this what our national leaders call "A MAJOR STEP FORWARD?" Ap-arently the idea of Permanent World Peace with total disarmament through law, goodwill, and trust among nations doesn't enter their minds. —Joseph R. Padilla Assoc. Editor
Page 5, EL ECO, December, 1974
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REGALOS DE NAVI DAD PARA HACER
Frasco para Confites
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Hombre de Nieve
1/4 taza de mantequilla o margarina
4 tazas de merengues blandos (malvaviscos)
5 tazas de cereal seco de arroz esponjado
Derritase la margarina a bano Maria. Afid-danse los merengues y mantbngase la mezcla en el fuego hasta que se derritan. Sdquese del fuego y an&dase el cereal. Con las manos untadas de mantequilla fbrmense tres bolas de distintos tamanos para cada “hombre de nieve”, cubranse de coco rallado. Cuando se enfrien unanse las bolas con pasta de azucar para decorar pasteles. Usense pasas y confites pequehos para completar el hombre de nieve.
Figuras de Carretes
Encarga a tu mam£, o a una modista o a un sastre, que te guarde los carretes vacios de hilo. Con goma de pegar, botones, cuentas, lentejuelas, cintas, encajes, etcetera, se pueden hacer una variedad de muhecos y de animates. Si prefieres puedes usar carretes llenos de hilo, asi el regalo tendra doble valor.
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• Nunca hice nada accidentalmente que valiera la pena, ni ningunos de mis inventos llegaron a ser^por acci-dente; los realice porque trabaje. -Thomas A. Edison
• El hombre no comprende los libros hasta no haber tenido cierta cantidad de experiencia en la vida. -Ezra Pound
• Cada vez que veo la Estatua de la Libertad pienso en mis hijos. Tiene un libro en su mano, pero nunca lo he visto abierto.
Atrajo la atencion de la critica nacional la jornada cultural con la que culmino sus actividades la Universidad Autonoma de Pueblo (150 kilometros al oriente de la ciudad de Mexico). La exposicion con las obras producidas por el Taller de Artes Plasticas, inaugurada en aquella ciudad, ha sido invitada para instalarse en una importante galeria del Distrito Federal en este mes de marzo. El pintor y grabador Jesus Martinez hizo, con un grupo de doce estudiantes, una sorprendente labor didactica que rindio interesantes logros inmediatos.
El Taller de Teatro presento, finalmente, bajo la direccion de German Castillo, dos piezas que pusieron de relieve el desarrollo de un grupo juvenil verdadera-mente promisorio: "El sotano", de M. Huidobro, y "Cuanto cuesta el hierro?", de B. Brecht.
La promocion de estas actividades estuvo alentada, el ano pasado, por el poeta Oscar Oliva, ganador del Premio Nacional de Poesia de 1971, en su calidad de director del Departamento de Difusion Cultural de la Universidad, y en su condicion de escritor ligado al despertar ligado al despertar artistico y social de los jovenes mexicanos.
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BI-LINGUAL - BI-CULTURAL EDUCATION SECTION
Learn Spanish thru the Practical Spanish-English Language Guide
How to Pronounce and Where to Place the Accent in Spanish.
It is quite simple to pronounce and read Spanish. This is because each of the letters in the Spanish alphabet has only one or at most two sounds that follow definite rules. The Spanish accent also is patterned on fixed rules. You will be able to read any Spanish word once you know the value of each letter in the alphabet and something about accentuation.
The Spanish vowels are as follows A as m father padre.
E as in red beber (to drink).
I as in machine si (yes), mi (my).
O as in orbit: como (like).
U as in food me gusta (I like).
C followed by "E'‘ or "I" is pronounced like the “S ’ in sea: ex. cinco. If "C" is followed by a. o. u. it has a K" sound ex. casa.
CH always sounds like in chess, ex. mucho (much), chico (little).
G before the vowels a. o. u. is pronounced like the word go: ex. Gonzalez If the vowels "E" or T' follow, the letter "G" is pronounced like the word head: ex. gente (people). If "G” is followed by 'ue"or "uiM then it is pronounced like in get: ex. guerra (war).
H is silent huevo (egg).
J sounds like the English "H" in house: ex. jamon (ham).
LL has the value of the English consonant “Y" as in the word yawn: ex. ella (she), polio (chicken)
N sounds like "NY" in the word canyon: ex. manana (tomorrow).
Q followed by "E" or "I" is pronounced like the English "K": ex. Que? (What?).
R is slightly trilled like in run: ex. para (pear).
RR is strongly trilled as in horror: ex. tarro (mug).
Y is pronounced like the English "E”: y (and), yo(l).
Z has the value of "S": zapato (shoe).
Aprenda Ud. Ingles Atraves del Album Bilingue Ingles-Espanol Practico
NOTE The other consonants are pronounced more or less as m English
The Spanish Accent
1 If a word ends in a vowel (a. e. i. o. u) or »n the consonants ”N“ or “S’\ the stressed accent falls on the next-to-the-last syllable: ex sopa
2 If a word ends in a consonant except "N'' or “S ’, the stressed accent falls on the last syllable ex. mujer.
3. Exceptions to these two rules will be indicated by a wntten accent which indicates the syllable to be stressed ex. cafe (coflee).
4 Certain words will bear a written accent to distinguish them from other words spelled alike but with a different meaning el (he), el (the), si (yes), si (if), mas (more), mas (but)
5 A written accent is also used to break up a dipthong in two separate syllables ex maiz (corn).
Professor Anselmo S. Jaramillo, a native of Colorado, is the author or The Three-Way Method of English, Bks I & II. The Three-Way Method of Spanish, Bks. I & II (translated to Portuguese Chinese and Yiddish) and is presently writing two other works Programmed English and Programmed Spanish. He is also the author of the Musical Slide Rule Robby, a method to leam guitar and piano chords by means of color and number For the Olympic Games in Mexico City. 1968. Professor Jaramillo published a practical method to learn both Spanish and English as a means of communication for this great event. The method is simple to follow and goes with 4 LP rcords.
Instrucciones para Los Que Estudian Ingles
El ingles, a diferencia del espanol. tiene varios sonidos para cada una de las vocales. Algunos de estos sonidos no existen en el idioma espanol. En la pronunciacion figurada, damos el sonido aproximad o al espanol. El alumno se dara cuento de esto a medida que vaya escuchando los discos y debera poner empeno en reproducir la pronunciacion tal como la oye en los discos.
1. BREAKFAST brekfest Desayuno
2. TO EAT tu it Comar
3. TO EAT BREAKFAST tu it brekfest Desayunar
4. I WANT TO EAT BREAKFAST,
ai uant tu it brekfest.
Quiero desayunar.
5. DO YOU WANT TO EAT BREAKFAST?
du iu uant tu it brekfest?
iQulere usted desayunar?
6. YES, I DO.
ies, ai du.
Si, sf quiero.
7. ORANGE orandch Naranja
8. ORANGE JUICE orandch yius Jugo do naranja
breakfast — desayuno
9. A GLASS ei glas tin vast
10. A GLASS OF ORANGE JUICE ei glas av orandch yius Un vast do jugo do naranja
11. TO DRINK tu drink Beber
12. I WANT TO DRINK A GLASS OF ORANGE JUICE.
ai uant tu drink ei glas av orandch yius. Quiero beber un vase de jugo de naranja.
14. YES, I DO ies, ai du Si, si quiero
15. A GLASS OF MILK
ei glas av melk
Un vaso de leche
16. I DON’T WANT A GLASS OF MILK,
ai dount uant ei glas av melk.
No quiero un vaso de leche.
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STATE
REPRESENTATIVE-ELECT RICHARD CASTRO ATTENDS BI-CULTURAL MEET
On November 15 and 16, state representative elect Richard Castro (D) Denver, spoke at the third Annual Bi-Lingual and Bi-Cultural State Conference at Adams State College in Alamosa.
The conference was attended by over 300 teachers and administrators interested in the field of bi-lingual and bi-cultural education, and represents a growing interest in developing new and innovative approaches for teaching all children.
Representative Elect Castro spoke on the outlook for Bi-lingual and Bi-cultural Education, recent court decisions that will affect the field and
over-all equal education opportunity.
Castro urged that we turn down the flame on the melting pot and realize that we all Have much to gain from a pluralistic society that draws the best from both cultures. Bi-cultural education is a means of teaching ethnic pride which can make minority children proud of their heritage and Anglo children richer by the experience Also speaking at the meeting on a panel on Legislative Affairs was Senators Roger Cisneros and Paul Sandoval. Mrs. Mary Baca, a member of the State Advisory Board, also spoke.
COMO GANAR DINERO SEGUN SU
SIGNO
V
NACIDOS DEL 22 DE DICIEMBRE AL 20 DE ENERO
Su actitud ante la vida (por lo general una actitud optimista) tiene un dejo de fatal ismo.
Usted cree demasiado en eso de “estaba escrito” y se olvida entonces de comenzar la apasionante aventura de escribir usted misma su destino. Dinero?
Si, generalmente las personas de su signo quieren vivir con comodidad y con belleza. Ambas cosas requieren dinero, y usted, que es una persona realista y objetiva la sabe y actua de acuerdo. Siempre encontrara la forma de ganarlo. De las maneras mas imprevistas y hasta extranas. Su mejor arma es el empuje y la perseverancia. No
tiene ni la mitad de la suerte de Sagitario, pero sabesacar mucho partido de lo que le ha sido dado y convierte siempre una aparente mala suerte en algo que es “para mejor”. Como necesita mucho estimulo, su pareja sera de gran importancia para el grado de exito que obtenga en la vida. Le ayudaran tambien su salud, su fuerza interior, su poder de adaptacion y su sobriedad. Pueden serle muy perjudiciales: su descon-fianza y su impaciencia. Algunos ejemplos de “grandeza” (no solo de exito material): Juana de Arco, Madame Pompadour y Elvis Presley.
SU SIGNO ASTROLOGICO PUEDE INDICARLE COMO GANAR DINERO, ORGANI-ZAR SU PRESUPUESTO O HACER INVERSION ES EXI-TOSAS. LAS FORMULAS +ANTO PARA GANAR CO' MO PARA GASTAR EL DINERO VARIAN DE ACUERDO A LAS CONDICIONES PLANETARIAS DE SU HO-ROSCOPO PERSONAL. SI USTED LLEGA A DESCU-BRIR SU POTENCIAL PO-DRA LOGRAR EN POCO TIEMPO QUE SU SITUAC CION MEJORE Y CAMBI AR SU ACTITUD ANTE EL DINERO POR UNA MAS FAVORABLE Y DE GRANI DES POSIBILIDADES.
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Marlene Dietrich, otra ve-terana, tampoco se queda atras. La Columbia Broadcasting System acaba de pagarle por el show para i una emisidn televisiva (que no dur6 una hora) la suma de 250 mil d6lares.Es la misma cifra con que Richard Burton Ilen6 un cheque para una obra de caridad de
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one else in your community about “this unusual investment opportunity.”
SEC strongly urges consumers to investigate before investing. It offers these guidelines:
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• Insist on written material giving details on the investment and the potential risks.
iGLORIA EN LAS ALTVRAS Y EN LA TIERRA PAZ!
If von are considering investing money, you should know that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued this warning:
Consumers should beware of get-rich-quick schemes.
Specifically. SEC is trying to educate us in the tactics of promoters pushing fraudulent stocks and bonds. Often, such promoters will be selling questionable, offbeat securities that are not even registered with SEC. Some promoters promise you will make a fortune overnight, hut in reality you may lose your savings.
Such losses have been suffered by many persons— including those who are smart and knowledgeable about financial matters. Within recent months, we have all read of money being lost by many who invested in Scotch whiskey warehouse
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To protect yourself, SEC suggests, be wary of promoters who:
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Cuando Jesus nacio, angeles descendieron del eielt) a la tierra para antinciarles a los pastures de los campus do Belen. las huenas nuevas del advettimiento del Rev. Y, envueltos en gozo, alaharon a Dios v dijeron: “ jGloria a Dios en las alt liras, y en la tierra paz, huena voluntad para con los hombres!”
Es decir, aquel histdrico acontecimiento fue motivo de fiesta en el cielo v de adoracidn al que es el Creador de todo. Las criuturas angelicales sintieron un regoeijo extraordinario y prorrnmpieron en melodtas dulces v agradahles. Y la venida de tan precioso Nifto significaba tambien que para los hombres se iniciaha el dia de la buena voluntad. El cielo dialogaha eon la tierra entregandole el mensaje de amor v de esperanza. Habta llegado la hora de la felicidad suprema del niundo. A hora las lagrimas podrfan ser enjugadas y el dolor podria ser vencido. La noche triste v larga de la desesperanza se retiraba humillada ante el siirgimlento de la luz que alumbra a todo hombre. La promesa de redencion dada por Dios en el huerto del Eden, se habfa cumplido. El Salvador, el Mesias, va estaba aquf. Era un Nifto inocente y puro, como tin boton del jardin del cielo que ahora reven-taria para ser la flor de petalos amorosos, que derramaria sobre el mundo el rico aroma de la santidad divina.
jGloria, pues, al Seftor! jAlabanzas sean dadas a nues-tro Padre celestial! Que los resplandores de su rostro nos envuelvan, y la hermosura de su ser nos inspire. jGloria a su nombre en la expresiftn cumbre y sublime de su amor excelso; porque en la Persona de su Hijo amado, el Nifto Jesus, nos visitft y nos invita a subir por el camino de la fe hasta las mismas puertas de las mansiones eternas! jSi, aleluya, Cristo nacift! Dios condesciende en buscar al hombre pecador. Es su buena voluntad atray£ndonos hacia el Si el Nifto esta en tu corazftn, las alturas se Henan de gloria y la tierra se cubre de paz.
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Voy a la guerra contento, ya tengo rifle y pistola, ya volvere de sargento cuando se acabe la bola; “nomas” una cosa siento dejar a mi madre sola.
Virgen morena, mi madre te encomiendo, cuidala, que es muy buena, cuidala mientras vuelvo.
Virgen bendita, jndndale su consuelo, nunca- jamas perrnitas one me la robe el cielo.
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protege’*?, mi bandera, y cuando me halle en campana muy lejos \a de mi tierra, los presbare ciue mi raza sabe morir donde quiera. Manana salgo temprano al despuntar nuevo dia.
Y aqui va otro mexicano que va a jugarse la vida que’ se despide cantando que viva la Patria mia.

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MEXICO LA GRANDIOSA TENOCHITLAN
Aunque en la actualidad solo quedan vestigos arquitectonicos de Tenochitlan,semi-sepultados en el corazon de la ciudad de Mexico, conocemos amplia-mente como era esta capital de losmexicas, la cual se fundo en el ano de 1325, sequn
informaciones historicas dejadas por los cronistas del Siglo XVII, asi como varias, explo-aciones arqueologicas.
Tenochitlan llego a tener un centra ceremonial y adminis-trativeo, extendiendose hacia los cuatro puntos cardinales
por medio de calzadas, las cuales cruzaban el gran Lago uniendose con tierra firms, ya que sobre el mismo islote de tierra firme, con estacas, piedras y mas tierra se logro la cimentacion y relleno de algunas partes donde se edificaron sus estructuras y alrededor del centra se distri-buian losdos barrios o ca pu 11 is, como si fueran colonias, asi -mismo en las orillas del lago y sus islotes adyacentes,- se agrupaban las poblaciones agricolas y pescadoras, con-tribuyendo al sostenimiento de la capital.
Existiendo en el centro ceremonial y urbano canales para el trafico de las canoas, calles, calzadas y camellones, acueductos que surtian de agua a la ciudad, asi como un gran albarradon o digamos un muro, que servia de represa, evitando las inundaciones e impidiendo que el agua salada de Texcoco se mezclara con los lagos de Xochimilco y Chaleo; y es asi, como el conquistador Hernan Cortes en sus apuntes historicos nos dice que habian puentes con aberturas de trecho en trecho “por donde salia y entraba el agua de la laguna, de una parte a otra;
y veiamos en aquella gran laguna, tanta multitud de canoas, unas que venian con cargas y mercaderias. . . y veiamos en aquella ciudad cues y adoratorios a manera de torres y fortalezas... y las casas de azoteas..."
Su recinto ceremonial media por lado mas de 300 metros, estando resguardado por una gran muralla almenada y decorada con serpientes, es decir, por un coatepantli, que
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25 cents 1L _ .A../........... . t FELIZ NAVIDAD 1974 q; --_, Y PROSPERO ANO encircle all the World • ' . I:et men n'alk hano in hano u4: iving :Bono of :BrotherhooJ cA voice fronz lano to lano NUEVO 1975 Mexican luncheons Earn $$ for Christmas Baskets james Romero, points to Tierra y Belleza [Earth & Beauty] mural in LARASA Office. LARASA lnaugura Un Segundo Mural Artistico LARASA Unveils Second Mural The Latin American Re search & Service Agency (LARASA) unveiled the second Chicano mural pro duced under its sponsor this year in a ceremony m 1ts offices on Friday November 8 . The Mural an eight by nine foot free-style representation of PreColumbian art of Mexico is located in the LARASA of fices at 1 375 Delaware St Den er. The arti t, Rom ro, dedicated the mural to his Grandmother ,A_Ibina Montano, a t1me Denver re sident. Romero, 18, worked under the auspices of the Concentrated Employment Program in Denver during the two-month period required to produce the free hand mural. He said that the mural rep,esents the two Aztec Gods of Earth and Beauty. These two Gods are frequently depicted together in Aztec art to represent the ancient human aspiration of harmony and peace on earth. The dedication was attended by the parents and family of the artist and by a Cont. on Page 3. LARASA (Latin Ameri can Research and Service Agency) inaug'uro un segundo mural de arte e n ceremonia celebrada e n sus despachos e l viernes pa sado proximo, 8 de noviembre, 1974 . El Mu_ral que representa e l arte precolombiano de Mexico mide 8 x 9 pies, estando locali za do en el de spac ho 304 e n 1375 D elaware Denver Colo. El artista, J Romero , dedico el mural a su abuelita, Albina Montano , residente de Denver. E l joven Romero , de 18 anos de edad , trabajo en su obra durante dos meses patrocinado por C . E. P . (Concentrated Employment Program) bajo los auspicios de LARASA. E l muro rep resenta dos divinidades Az tecas: e l dios de Ia belleza y Ia diosa de Ia madre tierra. Estas dos deidades se encuentran d menudo juntas en e l arte azteca para simbolizar Ia aspiracion humana de armonia y paz. La inaugura.cion fue desenvuelta en Ia presencia de los padres y familiares del _ Ia prensa y numerosos residentes de Ia Cont. Pagina 3. by S andy W eber Th W st id A tion e n te r ; p hilo ophy o "serving the people" i s d emonstra ted on Fridays whe n the c ente r's em pl oyes, in additio n to their other duties, s e r ve M xica n lun c heon s f r o m 11:30 a . m . t o 1 p . m . a t th e cen te r , 1 100 S anta Fe Drive, eve r y week until Christmas. The procee d s from t h e Mex ican lun c heon s g o t oward the Christmas ba s k e t project whi ch provides Christmas dinner for need y families of west Denver. 350 FAMILIES Last year, 350 families r eceived oaskets, and " we hop e it will be as s u ccessfu l this year," Chuck Garcia administrator: of the center' said . ' The employes began shredding lettu ce, slicing tomatoes , grating c h eese filling tortillas and lighting the stove at 9 a . m . Then the telephone star ted ringing. "There' s a call for you , Chuck,'' the receptionist said . And, " Someone wishes to see you , Maria." CHEFS DWINDLE The number of chefs quickly dwindled from 12 to 3. Delphi Luian began to fry some t ortillas while Betty Koeler open e d a few gal lon-s i ze cans of beans. Maria Luz Quayle began to fry the meat. The phone kept ringing, and the people requiring the services provided by the center kept drifting into the waiting room . Inside-Page 3 . Continued . ' ' 'I\\ I '\ \ •'\ West-Side residents line up for at a Friday luncheon, west Slde Action Center, Denver. Maria Quayle, West Side Action Ctr Counselor, dishes up frijoles at a. Friday luncheon.

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Page 2, EL ECO, December, 1974 EL POLITICO DIRECTORIO EL EGO newspaper is the largest Bi-lingual Spanish newspaper in Colo rado. It is published by EGO PUBLICA TJONS , INC. ancj distributed mainly to Hispanos and Chicanos throughout the Denver Metro area . Colo rado Springs, and Southern Colorado. Oenv(tr office is located at 668 South Logan Street; mailing address : P . O . Box 9650 , Denver, Colorado 80209 . Pueblo office is located at 600 West Northern Avenue, upstairs: ma i l ing address: P . 0 . Box 2024 , Pueblo, Colorado 81004 . ASSOC. EDITOR: Joseph R . Padilla DENVER ART ED : Bill Sandoval SALES & DISTR : Wanda M . Padilla COLUMNIST: J . J . Albi COMPOSITION: Nita S . Barrios CONTRIBUTIONS: James W . Reed DISTRIBUTION: Ray Aguilera, Sr., Pueblo PUEBLO ART EDITOR: Ernestd Barrios BUSINESS MGR: Wanda Padilla DISTRICT MGR: Ernesto Barrios & ALL THE STAFF OF EL EGO NEWSPAPER WISH YOU A VERY / MINORITY SCHOlARSHIPS AWARDED AT-MSC -press release to "EI Eco" Mrs_ Jessie Corona and Mr. Ronald Ingram were the recipients of LiebhardtMclaughlin Scholarships for the 1974-75 academic term at Metropolitan State College _ The scholarships were presented at a ceremony on Wednesday October 30 at conference room of the AA Building b y Rueben Aguirre Chairman of the Department of Chicano Studies and Mrs. Rachel B _ Noel Chairman of the Afro American Studies . The awards cover tuition for the academic year and are based on financial need, academic a chievement and on the potential for the recipients to become future community leaders _ These schola 'rships are made possible b y the Metropolitan State College foundation fund from the estate of Mr. Liebhardt and Mr. Stuart Mclaughlin a trustee of Metropolitan State College for many year s . Plans are now in progress to solicit additional funds to increase the monies available for minority scholarships . Those de siring to contribute to this , cause should contact Pro fessor Rueben or Prof esso r Rach e l Noel at Metropolitan Stat e College Phone : 292-5190 Ext. 345. Dum-Dum Bullets Interview Man-an-the -Street : Ronald J . Pa checo, Denver resid ent for 22 yea rs . Albi: "Mr. Pac heco , have you followed the controver sy on dum-dum bul_ l ets? " . Pac he co: "Well, no -1 r ea d about it thou g h . " Albi: " Som e polic e think dum-dum bulle t s are b ette r than the standard hard nose bullets, b eca us e hollow-point bullets are more devast at ing " Pa c heco: " I agree with what I read in the pap e r : That u sing dum-dum bullets allows the policeman to act as judge, jury, and executioner. I believ e .that the hollow-point bullet con. stitutes cruel, inhuman, and unusual punishment, which should be elimina-ted.'' * * * Telephone Interview: Hispano Engineer in Denver Hispa no Engineer: " I am a hunte r . I use dum-dum bullets to kill anima l s, because I think it i s m o r e huma n e 'to kill an anim a l q ui c kl y, th a n to wound him w ith a sta nd a r d bull et and i l et him run a r ou n d ed, a nd die a s lower, more ago ni z in g death . That's why Arturc Marmolejo chose the Navy. Arturo is learning the operation of boiler equipment and related on-the-job training aboard the USS El Paso . It's a meaningful and productive job with a equivalent that he can put to use 1n h1s community should he decide to return to it. We have many real and usable jobs. For instance, you could learn to be a Hospital Corpsman, Electrician Boiler Techni_ cian, to name a few. And you get pa1d wh1le 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 of hard work and studying to do. And you'll be too busy building your future ... travel ing .. . ard yes , having some fun. We ' d like to tell you more about it. Drop in and see your loca I Navy recruiter: (Ill Denver. New Custom House,. Room 123. 19th & Stout. 837-3344; in Colorado Springs. 233 N_ Wahsatch. 632_.162; in PUeblo. 325 West lOth. WE''LL FULFILL SOME OF YOUR REAL NEEDS_ WITH REAL OPPORTUNITIES. ,-------------, I Please send information on Navy Programs for: I I [ l High School Students [ ] College Students I I [ l High School Graduates [ ] College Graduates I I I I Name I I I Address I / I Chv s.... z;p I ! I Telephone No. Age 1 ' L ______ _______ _j The opportunity is for real. .. and so are we. NAVY " B u t, I don ' t think th ese bullets s h ou ld be u sed on peop le, eve n though the polic e hav e said that th e -purpose of h ollow-poin t bullets i s to stop crimina l s f r om r eturning police fire." A l b i : ,;How do we know that people buying dumdums at ammunit i o n stores , supposed l y for the purpos e of hunting , w ill n ot use them for ot h er purposes, s u c h as killing human victims? " Hispa n o Engineer: "We don ' t know for ce rtain , but I would b e against pre venting the sale of guns, or the sale of dum-dums for hunting. . I go a long with the National Rifl e Associa tion in this r ega rd." * * * State Senator Richard Plock Denver, new Republican majority leader: : ' B e ing a lawy e r , I want t o wait to make any de c i s ion s until I hear all the ev id e nc e. All I know is what I 've read in the papers . It appears to me that Denver Pol ice Chief Art Dill has some merit in his contentions for dumdum bullets. It also ap pears to me that Denver J . J . Albi, 48, E l Eco ' s new columnist, has b .een a news and politica l writer during the past 25 years in Was h ing ton State and Colorado. Albi was formerly chief political writer and edito rialist for the Colorado Springs Weekly Times newspapers (circulation: 65,000). Introduction: El Politico Column this month is on dum-dum bullets, the hollow-point bullets that the Denver Police Department is thinking of using -designed to slow down and/or help eliminate crime and criminals. Dist"rict Attorney D a l e Tooley , who opposes use of the hollow-point bullets, has some good points, too . Before I make up m y mind, I want to partic ip ate in a hearing with both s ides and ask them questions. ' "At this point, I ' ve got n d position on dum-dum bullets. " A lbi : "What are some of the questions yo u mi g h t ask either s i de -Dill and T oo ley?" . Plo c k : " I ' d like to h ear w h a t To o l ey and C hi ef Dill eac h have to say about the other' s arguments. Th e n after hearing the w h o l e thing, if I f elt a compelling ne e d for hollow-point bul l e ts, even th o ugh it might run the risk of greater killing pow e r on an inno cent party or on a mis party, per hap s I ' d b e willing to go for dum-dum bullets. B u t , if there's n o real n eed for dum-dum bullets, then perhaps the dangers in vo l ved outwe i g h the i dea that the pol ice ought to be ab l e to use th e bull ets t h at th ey want to us e.'' * * * Dan Trujillo Executive Director Platte Valley Action Center: " I don ' t th in k that t h e a r gument to use dum dums to prevent crimina l s from r eturning polic e fire i s l eg i t i mate I r e m embe r o n e po l i ce m an o n t e l e v i s i o n who said h e wa s a m a rk s m a n at 100 feet but und e r pressure, at 1 5 ' feet distance, h e couldn ' t eve n hit a targe t. " I think t h at innocen t bysta nd e r s coul d easily b e hit and/or ki lied by a mi s-a im ed dum-dum bu ll et -that' s o n e r easo n that I ' m against the u se of h ollow-point bullets by police . " I r ece i ved a l etter f r om a n Army Co l o n e l statio n ed in Fort Lyons , Co l o r ado . In 1 950 during the K o rean War, h e was hit by a dum dum, in the sto m ac h . H e st i II b ea r s the scar s a nd wounds of hi s near fatality. " I b e li eve that back in 1971 , dum-dum bullets were used during the Platte Valley incident. They blew holes the size of grapefruits in car fenders . " I believe that most of the public wants to ban these h ollow-points from police us e. I think that 65 % of the public is against their use."

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New Bus Route for North Denver -pre relea se from the North Denver Alliance for Community Needs , locat e d 3212 Tejon St. D e n ve r , Colo. 80211 . tran portal ion . orth f r Th orth D nv r A li i-an ha rec i d om money to do a study on how many p op le would u th r ou t e and to e if th r o ut i s n d d . B for e th two month a r e up , it is h o p d that RTD ill t ake th route ov r . As thi is a n exp eriment, we canno t give you th e xac t tim s the bu will pa I n th e cha rt , the times are estimation s . W e will inform yo u of a n r c h a n ges in th e r ou t e . W ave th e b lu e b u s dow n o n any corn e r a l o n g the r ou t e a nd it wi ll stop for yo u . LARASA U VEILS SECO D URAL Cont. from page 1 . larg numb r o r 1d nt of th D m r Communit Th mural v ill r main in the L RASA office a a permanent monument to Chicano culture i n D e n e r . Earlier i n the ear , LARASA spo nsored a mural under the patronage of the Colorado Cou n cil on th rt and Humanitie paint d b another outhful D n r artist. R ob rto Lu cero . LARASA ecuti e Dir c to r , Jack Lan g y Mar quez noted that th e promotion of all fo r ms of Chicano Cultural proj ects , especial l y b y C hican o outh is a r o l e that LARASA is proud t o assum e in th e Denver Com munity . Th promotion of C h icano art will go a l ong way toward instillin g a sense of. p r ide needed to over co m e generation s of discrimination ex p e ri e n ced by hi c anos . All members of th e community are we l com e to stop by the L A RASA office at any time to view th e mural. KEG BEER WINES LIQUORS Drive-up Window PH: 777-9922 li01UNOOil l Rudy,5 liN! RUDY TRUJILLO, pJT;',!quors 377 So. BROADWAY, DENVER, COLORADO I FELIZ NAVI DAD 197 4 Y PROSPERO ANO NUEVO 1975 I COMMER CIA -L T Si tu eres un operador en maquinaria de precision y tienes de menos tres anos de experiencfa, posees tu propia herramienta y puedes hacer tus propios arreglos (setups) SUNDSTRAND le gustarla hablar contigo. Aa 1:4iacd Oppomudty Employer, MF LARASA I AUGURA U SEGU DO MURAL ARTISTICO Conrin11M ciudad . I mural p rman ra en Ia oficana d L R como un monum nto Ia cultura Ch1cana d L MEXICAN LUNCHEONS EARN DOLLARS FOR CHRISTMAS BASKETS Cont. from page 1. " M ost of th e empl oyes pre f e r t o coo k , beca u se th e n th ey don ' t hav e to do th e dishe ," Garcia said . A r o un d 11: 1 5 a . m ., th e l un c h -time c r owd sta r ted to arrive at the cente r . verything seeme d w e ll orga nized despite th e interrup tions . T h e lunc h offere d on the d ay of th e interview was a taco, a tostada and a burrito, with punc h to drink. The lunc h costs $ 1 . 50 p e r person , and th e m e nu varies from week to week. LADLE IN HAND Ga r cia , statio n e d a t th e punc h bowl with l ad l e in h and, greeted the c u s t o m e r s a nd th a nk ed th e m fo r attending th e lun c heon . C r a i g H art, th e director of t h e W estside Acti o n Cente r , arrived , brin g in g ve r a l people . Asked w h e th e r h e would ha v t o h e l p wash the dishes , h e r eplied, " Ye s , I wash the dis hes b ec aus e th Action Cente r i r un lik a family . o m em b e r i any m o r e important than the n x t one. We a ll c hip in." -POST REPRINT Page 3 , EL ECO, A 4595 South Sant a Fe Dr. .. ...... •••• FREE MARGARITA w ilh thi s Ad and the Purchase of One D inner. . .. ... Ph: 76 1 -8144 • HOURS: 11: 00 A . M . ........ Your Hart Shall Live o Seek God Psalms 69 : 32 SERVING THE GREATER DENVER AREA WITH RESP ECT & WITH DIGNITY: Sr. Ramon J . Trevino y S r. Marcelo G . Targa TREVINO MORTUARY: 300 S. Logan St. CHAPEL OF ROSES : 420 E . Alameda Ave. MEMORIAL CHAPEL: 300 So . Logan St. DENVER, COLOR ADO PH: 7 44 \3113 / i a>MPLETEL REDECORATED I AVAILABLE lMMEDIATEL Y NO FEES NO DISCOUNT Acquired \ Homes ! NO nOSING OOSTS ( EXCEPT DEPOSIT TO TAX AND HIS ESCROW ACCT. AND HAZARD INS. PREM. ) EQUAL HO US I NG OPPORTUNITY SEE ANY BROKE R FOR I N PECTIO N VETERANS ADMINISTRATION . Wanted: ID and OD Grinders WITH THREE TO FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE. YOU MUST OWN YOUR OWN TOOLS. SUNDSTRANDas on.e of the finest fringe benefit programs available : -Health care benef its Retirement provis ions -Vacations: up to four weeks (13 P aid Holidays per Year -Educati onal reimbursments Sick Leave SUNDSTRAND IMMEDIATE PLACEMENT Apply Employment Ollic: e 2480 W. 70th Ave. • • Denver. Colo • .

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Page 4, EL ECO, December, 1974 Page A Dime for World Peace or Billion Dollars For World Destruction By: Joseph Padilla This month we celebrate Christmas h ere in the United States . But how many of us Americans wi ll pause to reflect on the real meaning of Christ's coming as we hastily send out our Christmas cards pro claiming " Peace on Earth, Goodwill to Men?" Personally, I cannot think of any subjE;ct more appropriate to speak on this month than that of achieving world peace. This year, the U . S . Con gress has approved a $82. 6 Bi II ion dollar budget, which will be taken from our taxes to finance peoplekilling machines. Shortly thereafter, Pres. Gerald Ford anno un ced his plan to tax Ameri can citizens an additional $5 billion dollars to pay for a way out of in tlation. It is difficult for me to understand why the President of our United States can . " not think" of cutting $5 billion dollars out of the $82. 6 Billion dollars alloca ted for potential human destruction , in order to pay for the anti-inflation programs, hatc hed by his Economic Advisory Com mittee, instead of taxing us some more . I believe that you believe as I do that we do mind paying the extra $40 . 00 tax each year which we're told will get the U . S . out of this inflationary mess. I es pecially mind when I see $82.6 Billion dollars a llo ca ted for weapons of destruc tion and horror, and yet not 1 dollar a ll ocated in the Presid ent' s budget towards a workabl e plan to achi eve world peace. I quote Prof . McLuhan from his book, The Medium is the Mlssage ''Whe n e v e r hot wars n ece sary these days , we conduct th e m in the back yard of the world, with the old t echnologies." He mean s h e re , with bullets bombs , planes , tanks, etc .: in tead of with wisdom goodwi II, honor , l ove of mankind, and with all h aste in the pursuit of pea ce, permanent peace . M c Luhan continues, " ... these wars are happenings , TRAGIC GAMES. It is no longer convenient, or suit able, to use the latest technologies," (ie. Hydrogen bombs , la sers, germ warfare, etc.), "for fighting our wars, because the latest technologies have rendered war MEANING-LESS . The HYDRO GEN BOMB is history's EXCLAMATION POINT. It ENDS an age-long sentence of manifest vio lence." Once upon a time, per haps wa r s were necessary. But today and in the future, WAR is the sure road to the END of the wo rld. You see, if those $82. 6 Billion dollars worth of destruction were utilized for their intended purpose, we wouldn' t have to be concerned about I NFLA TION, would we? I suggest that the lead ers of this great country should reconstruct their priorities from so much concern about being pre pared for WAR and "the deterrence of Adversar ies, " to an active concern with positive deterrents I ike effective good-will wards other nations which l ead to the most positive deterrent, known as PEACE. Speaking in terms of responsibility, should not the MOST " responsible defense policy " concern itself PRIMARILY with achieving real and lasting World Peace? Eighty-two point six billion dollars , when used for the production of end pro ducts that can ONLY be used for destruction cannot be construed 'as a positive step in the direc tion of world peace. In this man's opinion, the "Arms Race " will end only when we, the United States of America, STOP producing the largest bomb, the fast est war plane , the most tanks , the larg est battle ship, and BEGIN to l ead the world in the direction of PHAS INC-OUT the ''Arms Race'' and PH ASING-IN, with COD-SPEED a planned and permanent WORLD PEACE. I h ope that y.ou readers , as cifizens of this country and this world, will not on l y bear these comme nts in mind, but that you will discuss them with your friends, and that you will urge your r eprese ntati ves in Congress to take ACTION on the issue of achieving a positive world peace , not to just e nga ge in more debate . Men have been CONSIDERING world peace , and saying " Pax en Terra," for TOO LONG now , without doing something CONSTRUCTIVE about it. World Peace or call it "The Coming of ' the Kingdom of Cod on Earth," "Yill not happen by magic. It will only happen when men , -with love , take the necessary steps to make it happen . LETTER TO THE EDITOR Dear Mr. Padilla: I am enjoying my s -ub scription to El Eco, and I applaud your moderate, i.e. non-militant, approach to solving the problems of Hispanos and Chicanos. I believe that one of the greatest problems Chicanos face today is that of the farm workers, and the plight of the Chicano United Farm Workers, who do not belong to, nor wish to belong to the Teamsters Union. What do you, or what does El Eco newspaper have to say about this problem? Could you suggest a possible solution to the plight of the farm workers? Sincerely, Tom Sanchez BET you would like a good honest deal! BET you would like to have really clean carpets! . at only 10{: per sq . foot. call 433-2035 11 steam carpet E cleaning 4040-B Tejon St. Denver. Colo. TONY ORTIZ T residential commercial free estimates .*. Give _._111uz for Christmas ORDER NOW & SAVE $2.00 ON EVERY _GIR! 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hike in U.S. Bombers, Missiles hinted Schlesinger Says Arms Pact Feliz Navidad Merry May Lead to More: ECO ANALYSIS By: R icha rd R eston A d a pt e d and r e printed f r o m th e L.A. Times Seer tary of D f ns James R . Schl si ng r said Friday, Dec. 6 , 1974 , that the n e Soviet-Am erica n nu c lear a rm agr m ent is likel y to lead to a n xpa nsion of U . S . mis ile fore s at sea and in th e b om b r fleet. Schl singe r al o warned th Sovi t U ni o n that th e Unite d States intends t o match expan ion in the Ru sian arm progr am , possib l y with th e dev l o p m e nt of a n ew a nd h eav ier U . S . l and based missile sys t m . Schle inge r xpres e d co n cern over th e rapid d vel op m nt of the Soviet mi sil e prog ram . H e said th United States exp ec t s th Soviet Union to begin d ployment of a n e w g e n e r a ti o n of h eav i e r missi les during th e firs t quarter of 1 975 . ''W e a r e pre pa r e d t o mat h wh ateve r th e Soviet s do," h e said . Th Soviet Union and the Unit d States have ag r e d t o t a l k about a r du ti on of nuclear a rm by 1 980 . " But if th e ta l k a r e not ucce f ul , we wil l have a l a r g r numbe r of trategic d live r y vehicl e than we h ad pr iously a s um e d , " h aid. S h i e inge r a i l e d the ladiv osto k agreement " a major s t p forward . " H e said th e agreem nt did no t a hiev verything the U ni t d State want e d bu t d i d accomp lish t h e mai n ob j ect iv e of equality bet' e n U . S . and Sovi e t mi il e forces . H aid the United tate would hav e prefer r e d low e r armament cei l ing , but that th S ov ie t Union was not like l y to agr e to an t p that would limit it deve l op m nt program . ccording l , h e aid t he United States a l so will proceed with de e l opment of new weapon y tem . " e mu t produ ce a n e bomber, " Schl esinge r said . A p r ototype of th e ne t generation B 1 bomb e r alread is comp l ete . S chle inger noted t hat ome re ear c h a n d devel opme n t mone alread was al l oca ted fo r t h bigger M mi i l e . " De elopment of t he M i ll proceed," h e said . The ad antage of l a r ge r mis iles i that the carry more a rh eads . Schl esinger ' s e m p hasi s on sea-based mi ssi les a lso under sco r e d the impor ta nce militar y pl a nn e r s a t t ach t o t h e Tride n t p r o g r a m , whic h will bring in th e ne t g e n e rati o n o f s ub marines, ea c h with a capacit to f1r 2-l m1 d ith multiple " arh ad mt rcontmental stems . e wi ll be proceeding with a numbe r of d e elop -ment . and th p r obabilit of deplo ment has in c reas d , " S c hlesin ger said . H e justified expanded U . S . arms dev lopm ent b aying that changes in technolog y and th e mo me n tum of the S ov i e t pro gram " r equire adjustments o n our part . " Schlesinger was asked to ex pl ain why the a r ms agreement already is r un ning into opposi t ion from congressional c ritics and oth ers. H e said the r e were probab l y some p e op l e wh o saw more room for restraint in th e arms race, and wh o might hav e been pre par d to ri s k m o r e t han Mr. Ford did. Eo ANALYSIS: The above artie! was a n ews r e lea e b y th U . S . Secr e tary of D efe n e date l ine Washingto n . Th e Cont nt o f thi stat e m ent !early reflects th e ludi c rous n ature of th e Soviet A m e rican Arm ra ce, and th e meaningles n ature of the Vladivostok Agr ee m ent. In s h ort, the r ecent rm Agreement meant OTHI C , yet it i s cons ider d b c hl e inger t o be a "major step forward." I t a ccompl i s h e d the " ma i n objective" of matching weapons , not limiting wea pons . I n refe r enc to the clos ing parag r aph above , I say t his: I t is very difficul t fo r me to understand how " r estraint in the A r ms Race " can l ead to m o r e " risk " than wi ll 2400 more strategic missiles, and bombers , 1 320 more mis siles with multiple war heads , a new generation of PRINTING CO. 4036TejonSt. Denver , Colorado80211 433-8872 . Christmas AND BEST WISHES THE MANAGEMENT AND THE ENTIRE STAFF OF i • B • YOUR ADELANTE COMMUNITY SUPER MARKET 727 SANT A FE D R IVE '•. II DEN VER ,COLORADO Barela & Sons, Inc. HOMES: Free est im at e s Competi tiv e Pr i ces QUALITY CARPET CARE for OFFICE BUILDINGS: Low B l d Prices P rompt Reliable Service Ava i lable weekends and even i ngs fo r your convenience We use quality Clarke and Purex extractor equipment on all jobs. --Fully Insured --Satisfaction guaranteed 70 West 6th Avenue Denver , Colorado 80204 G R ' E E 1, I N G I s '*-JUY lS -c.ne mu::, L I N FALLIBLE Sign of the Presence of GOD. Teilhard de Chard in FELIZ NAVIDAD Y PROSPERO ANO NUEVO 1975 MERRY CHRISTMAS CAZUELAS R-ANT AUTHENTIC MEXICAN FOOO Complete Menu from dinners to Special Orders: A ntojitos Mexicanos Carnitas estilo Mexico Menudo, Carne Adovada Pallo Rostizado, Mole OPEN: Tue. Wed. Th. 11:00 a.m.9:00p.m. Fri. Sat. Sun. from 11 :00 a .m. to 4:00 a.m. 2151 LARIMER ST. DENVER PH : 893-0222

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Page 6, EL ECO, December, 1974 \!IJ REGALOS DE NAVIDAD PARA HACER Frasco para Confites Figuras de Carretes Hombre de Nieve 1/4 taza de mantequilla 0 margarina 4 tazas de merengues blandos (malvaviscos) 5 tazas de cereal seco de arroz esponjado Derritase Ia margarina a balio Maria. Alia danse los merengues y mantengase Ia mezcla en el fuego hasta que se derritan. Saquese del fuego y . aliadase el cereal. Con las manos untadas de man tequilla f6rmense tres bolas de distintos tamalios P.ara cad a .. hombre de nieve", cubranse de coco rallado. Cuando se enfrien unanse las bolas con pasta de azucar para decorar pasteles. Usense pasas y confites pequelios para completar el hom bre de nieve. Consigue frascos vacios de comida de bebe u otros por el estilo. En el frasco forma el rostro de Santa Claus pegando circulos de papel o de tela color azul para los ojos, rojo para Ia nariz y Ia boca, y algod6n para las cejas y Ia barba. En Ia tapa se forma el gorro con franela o fieltro rojo, y algod6n en el borde y Ia borla. Llena el frasco de confites. Encarga a tu mama, o a una modista o a un sastre, que te guarde los carretes vacios de hilo. Con goma de pegar, botones, cuentas, lentejuelas, cintas, encajes, etcetera, se pueden hacer una variedad de muliecos y de animales. Si prefieres puedes usar carretes llenos de hilo, asi el regalo tendra doble valor. orte ARTE EN PUEBLA Atrajo Ia atencion de Ia critica nacional Ia jornada c ultural con Ia que culmina sus actividades Ia Univ ersi dad Autonoma de Pueblo ( 150 kilometros a l oriente de Ia ciudad de Mexico) . La exposicion con las obras producidas por el Taller de Artes Plast i cas . inaugurada en aquella ciuda d , ha sido invitada para insta l arse en una importante galeria del Distrito Feder a l en este mes de marzo. El pintor y grabador Jesus Martinez hizo, con un grupo de doc e estudiantes, una sorprendente l a bor didacti ca que rin dio interesantes logros inmediatos . El Taller de Teatro presento, finalmente, bajo Ia dire cc ion de German Castillo, dos piezas que pusieron de relieve el desarrollo de un grupo juvenil verdadera mente promisorio : "EI sotano", de M . Huidobro, y "Cuanto cuesta el hierro?", de B. Brecht. La promocion de estas activi dade s estuvo a lentada, el a no pasado, por el poeta Oscar Ol iva, ganado r del Premia Nacional de Po esia de 1971, en su calidad de dire ctor del Departamento de Oifusion Cultural de Ia Universidad, y en su condicion de e scr itor I igado al despertar ligado al despertar artistico y social de los jovenes mexicanos . ' ' ' ES BUENO TENER EN CUENTA • Dej e que e l mundo sc ri a , s i asi lo desea, cuando u s t e d sacrifica e l deseo por e l deber. 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Page 7 , EL ECO, De em er, 1974 BI-LINGUAL BI-CULTURAL EDUCATION SE T ION Learn Spanish thru the Practical Spanish-English Language Guide Aprenda Ud. Ingles Atraves del Album Bilingue lngles-Espanol Practico How to Pronounce and Where to P lace the Accent In Spanis h . 1 rs qur e srmple o pronounce and read Spanrsh Thrs rs because each of he le t ers rn e Spanrsh alphabet has only one or at most two sounds hilt follow d e frnrte rules The Spanrsh accent also rs pa erned on fr ed rules You will be able t o read any Spamsh word once ou no he a l ue of eac h letter rn the alpha be and about accentua ron The Spanrsh vowels are as foiiOY s A as 1n father padre E as rn r ed beber (todnnk ) I as rn machrne sr ( yes) . mr (my) 0 as 1n orbr l como (lrke) U as rn food me gusta (llrke) C follo w ed by '' E or ' T rs pronounced lrke th e .. S 1n sea e x . If " C " rs followed by a . o , u . rt has a K " sound ex casa C H always sounds lik e 1n c h ess ex mucho (much ) . chrco (little) G befor e th e vo w els a . o . u . rs pronounced like th e w o rd go. ex Gonzalez If th e vowels " E " o r 1 f ollow. th e le tt e r " G " rs pronounced like th e w o rd head. ex. gente ( peoj)le ) If " G " rs follow ed by ue or "ur" then rt rs pronounced like 1n get ex guerra (war) . H rs s ilen t huevo (egg) J sounds lrk e th e Eng lrsh " H " rn house ex . 1amo n (ham) LL has th e value o f t h e Englrsh consonant " Y " as '" t he word yawn. ex . ella ( she) . polio (chrcken) N sounds like " NY " rn t he w o rd canyon ex. manana ( tomorrow). 0 follow ed by " E " o r .. , .. rs pronounced lrke the Englrsh " K ". ex. Que? ( What?) R rs slrghtly tnlled lrke'" run ex para (pear) . RR rs stro ngly trille d as'" horror. ex.tarro (mug). Y rs pronounced lrke th e Englrsh " E " y (and). yo( I) . Z has th e valu e o f "S" zapato (shoe). 1. BREAKFAST brekfest Desayuno 2 . TO EAT tu it Comer 3. TO EAT BREAKFAST tu it brekfest Desayunar breakfast -desayuno 4 . I WANT TO EAT BREAKFAST. ai uant tu it brekfest. Qulero desayunar. 5. DO YOU WANT TO EAT BREAKFAST? du iu uant tu it brekfest? ;.Qulere usted desayunar? 6. YES, I DO. to eat -comer ies, ai du. Si, si qulero. ?.ORANGE 6randch NaranJa -8. ORANGE JUICE 6randch yius Jugo de naranJa orange naranja For Christmas Give the Gift of a glass un vaso LEARNING to Your Friends and Relatives Give the Practical Spanish-English language Guide Kit! Description of KIT: Spanish-English text contai ning the most practical every day vocabulary in Spanish and English with m ore than 500 drawings. Four long play, high fidelity, records in both languages. • MAIL I N YOUR ORDER TODAY! 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' Page 8, EL ECO, December, 1974 STATE REPRESENTATIVE-ELECT RICHARD CASTRO ATTENDS MEET On November 15 and 16, state representative elect R ichard Castro (D) Denver, spoke at the third Annual Bi-Lingual and Bi-Cultural State Conference at Adams State College in Alamosa. The conference was attended by ove r 300 t e achers and admin istrators interested in the field o f bi-lingual and b i-cultural education, and r epresents a growing interest in developing new and innovative approaches for teach i ng all children. Representative Elect Castro spoke on the outlook for Bi-lingual and Bi-cultural Education, recent court decisions that will affect the field and over-all equal education op portunity. Castro urged that we turn down the flame on the melting pot and realize that we all I'Yave much to gain from a pluralistic society that draws the best from both cultures. ,Bi-cultural education is a means of teaching ethnic pride which can make minority children proud of their heritage and Anglo childr en richer by the exper ience . Also speaking at the meeting on a panel on Legislat ive Affairs wa s Senators Roger Cisneros and Paul Sandoval. Mrs . Mary Baca , a member of the State Advisory Board, also spoke. CO MOR GANA . DINERO SEGUN su SIGNO NACIDOS DEL 22 DE DICIEMBRE AL 20 DE ENERO Su actitud ante Ia vida (por lo gen era 1 una actitud optim ista) tiene un dejo de fatalismo. Usted cree demasiado en eso de "estaba escrito" y se olvida entonces de comenzar Ia apasionante aventura de escribir usted misma su destino. Dinero? Si, genera I mente las personas de su signo qu ieren vivir con comodidad y con belleza . Ambas cosas requieren dinero, y usted, que es una persona realista y objetiva Ia sabe y actua de acuerdo. Siempre encontrara Ia forma de ganarlo. De las maneras mas imprevistas y hasta e x tranas. Su mejor arma es el empuje y Ia perseverancia . No carteles LO QUE COBRAN BRANDO Y LA DIETRICH tiene n i Ia m itad de Ia suerte de Sagitar i o, pero sabe sacar mucho partido de lo que le ha s ido dado y convierte siempre una aparente mala suerte en algo que es " para mejor". Como necesita mucho est imulo, su parej a sera de gran importancia para .el grado de e xito que obtenga en Ia vida . Le ayudaran tambien su salud, su fuerza interior, su poder de adaptacion y su sobriedad. Pueden serle muy perjudiciales: su descon fianza y Sl,J impacienci.a. Algunos ejemplos de "grandeza" (no solo de ex ito material): Juana de Arco, Madame Pompadour y Elvis Presley . Ia princesa Margarita de ln glaterra. En cambio Zsa Zsa Gabor no anda con mucha suerte en estos dias: acaba de perder mas de cinco m i ll ones de d61ares en un ne gocio de cosmeticos . Por su parte -en este mundo SU SIGNO ASTROLOGICO PUEOE INDICARLE COMO GANAR DINERO, ORGANI ZAR SU PRESUPUESTO 0 HACER INVERSIONES EXI TOSAS. LAS FORMULAS TANTO PARA GANAR CO ' MO PARA GASTAR EL DINERO VARIAN DE ACUE RDO A LAS CONDICIONES PLANETARIAS DE SU HO ROSCOPO PERSONAL Sl USTED LLEGA A DESCU BRIR SU POTENCIAL POORA LOGRAR EN POCO TIEMPO QUE su SITUAC CION MEJORE Y CAMBI AR SU ACTITUD ANTE EL DINERO POR 'UNA MAS FAVORABLE Y DE GFIAN I DES POSIBILIDAOES. donde al amor por el arte se ha sustituido por el amor al oroGunther Sachs cobra a quienes quieran frecuentar su nueva boite, el "Dracula Club" de Saint Moritz, Ia m6dica cuota de 2.400 d61ares ... --Por aparecer en .Ia segunda parte de "EI lon Brando pide cmco ml llones de d61ares. Hace dos anos nadie le ofrecia nada por una pelicula. Hoy, des pues de "EI Padrino" y "EI ultimo tango en Pads", Branda es el actor mejor pagado del mundo. P _ara !a continuaci6n de Ia h1stona de Ia mafia, hay un pequeno problema de argumento: CF&I and Pueblo, ------* --STOP BY OUR OFFICE MAIN AT FIRST REAL ESTATE -Commercial --Residential INSURANCE: -Auto -Home ----------------------Branda debera literalmen te resucitar porque al final del primer film, su perso naje, Don Corleone, muere. Marlene Dietrich, otra ve terana, tampoco se queda atras. La Columbia Broad casting System acaba de PROPERTY MANAGEMENT -Life --. pagarle por el show para una emisi6n televisiva (que no dur6 una hora) Ia suma de 250 mil d61ares.Es Ia mis. rna cifra con que Richard Burton llen6 un cheque pa-;1 lllll.lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.llllllllrE . . obra de caridad de _ --------------------------------A TODA LA CC>MUNIOAD DEPARTE DE T0DOS NOSOTROS: . Cofo'l.a d o Comp7..eheniiue cJli(e n t aL d/E.afth CentE-7.. y PR6SPERO ANO 1975 151 Central Main St. Pueblo , Colorado Ph: 544-6373 CENTROS : 611% E.4th . St. Ph:545-1542 512 W . 10th. St. Ph: 545 2746 1036 Spruce St. Ph: 542-6285 85 Ph: 543-5556 WALSENBURG107 E. 5th St. TRINIDAD -723 Arizona IN THE PROGRESS OF OUR COMMUNITY, CONTINUALLY ARE MOVING AHEAD111 ' CF&I STEEL CORPORATION

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Paqe EL E 0 , December, E7-: CONSEJOS UTILES para l a vida y e l hogar SECC/ON A C ARGO O E BE N DUQUE-CE NTRAL BAPT IST .PUEBLO Deo r r 1er Don't Buy ' Pie 1n the Sky ' H y \ i rg-inia Knauer . \ to the Preside nt and llirector Otrr ce of Consumer Affairs Department of Heal t h , Education and Welfare Getting rieh quiek is a thought many of us day dream about. Rut ,,.e kno,, it's not a realistic thought -and <: rtainly not an idea that h el p us make wise investment.. I f are eonside r ing-imesting money, you s hould know thnt lhe Securities anct Exchange Commission (SEC) has i:ssupd this warning: Consum"rs shonid IJe,,are of get-rich-quic k schemes. !" IT i s try;ng to t • d ut.:att in lht• tactics of promoter s pushingfraudul,•nl and honds. Of!<'ll, such promo!('rs " ill hf' st"llingqut•sti u nahl(', offhf'at securiti.• s that arc not ('\"C'n rcgister etT•Ilwnt. Sec uriti<•s :11td 1 :-;c-hang< < 'nmmission, .IIIII :". Capitol . 'l . . Washington. I 1 . 1 n r conlad Your ln:tll<"h or r<'g-io>nal SEt l lnw d11 lik•• thai rnllj,!" h la. \ 'ulll. 1,:":-.:-.' :. ' .1"•!;::-. :11 lh,• odd 11011'.'11 I. 11 ! jGLORIA EN LA ALTURA l' E LA TIERRA P Z! Cuando nacict. de:-cl'nditron dell'il'ln a I a tierra para a lm pa,ton \ dl' lo ampo de Iklht. buena nurva. del ad ,r venciclo . La no c h l' tri ste y larga d I a clesesp<>ranza sc retiraha humi\lada mttt• e l urgimlento d I a luz que alumhra a todo hombre. La prome, a de rt•d e nci{)n dada por Dios en e l huerto clt-"1 Ecli'tl . e habfu cumplidn. E l Salvador. e l ya estaha aqul. E r a un it1o inocentC:' v puro, como un hot(m del jardfn del cie lo que ahora reven tarf a para tr I a flor de p etalw amorwo , que derramarfa sobre el rnundo el rico arom a de Ia antid ad eli in a . jG ioria, pue , a l e iinr l jAiahanza sea n dada a nues tro Padre cl:'!es ti a l ! Que lo s resplandores de u ro tro no t-"nvu e lv a n , y Ia h ermo ura d e su se r n o inspire. j G ioria a s u nomhre l'n I a expr esifl n cumbre y ublime d e u amor exet• l so : porque e n I a P erona d e u Hijo amado, e l tn o j es( ts, nos v i s it(J. no invita a ubi r p o r e l camino d e I a f e h as t a l as mi s m as puerta d e la s mans ion s eternas! jSI, a l e l uya, C r i to n acio! Oio condesciende e n buscar a l hombre pecador. Es s u buena vo luntad atrayendonos hacia el. Si e l Nino es t a e n tu corazo n , l as a lturas e llenan d e g loria y Ia ti erra se cubre d e paz. LA M ALA GU E N A 1 -M e voy de soldado raso, voy a ingresar a las !Uas, con los va lientes muchachos que dejan madres queridas, que dejan novias llorando, llu r ando su despedida. Voy a Ia guerra contento, ya tengo rifle y pistola, SABORE LAS MEJORES TORTILLAS DE HARINA Y MAIZ DE PUEBLO ya Y o lvere de sar gento cuando se acabe Ia b ola; "nom as una cosa siento dcjar a mi madre sola. PH 546-1275 La fam ilia Ram i rez , cuenta con Ia mas amplia exper i en _ c i a en su ramo, Ia sati sfacc i6n de miles de hogares del suroeste de Texas .asllo atesti guan. Ahora s i rviendo a to cb el basto estado de Colorado A sus ordenes en 1812 Santa Fe Dr . Blende , Colo . Telefono : 546-1275 * FELIZ NAVIDAD Y Y PR6SPERO ANO 1975 1812 SANTA FE DR. BLEJ-40E, COLORADO. \'irgt'n morena, mr madre te encomiendo, cuidaln. que es muy buena, cuidala mient rus vuelt•o. \ "iraen bendit a. md;1dQ/e s u consu elo, 1!1 111Cil _iamcis q u , me Ia robe el cielo. llli \"1r:;<:n Guadalupan a \Hi bandera, . y 1nc halle e n cnn1paii.a muy lt>jus ) a de mi tierra, io:' quE' mi raza nh>rir dunde quiera. Ma thna salgo tem p rano al d espuntur nuevo d ia. Y aqui va otro m exicano q u e va a jugarse Ia vida q u!c>• se desp ide cantando que v iv a I a Patria mia.

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Page 10, EL ECO, December, 1974 MEXICO LA GRANDIOSA TENOCHITLAN Aunque en Ia actualidad solo quedan vestigos arquitectonicos de Tenoch itlan, sem i-sepu ltados en el corazon de Ia ciudad de Mexico, conocemos ampliamente como era est a cap ita I de los mexicas, Ia cual se fundo en el ano de 1325, sequn informaciones historicas dejadas por los cronistas del Siglo XVII, asi como varias, exploaciones arqueologicas. Ten'ochitlan llego a tener un centro ceremonial y administrativeo, extendiendose hacia lo s cuatro puntos cardinales jfeli? J!abibab !' 1975 1M Bank Northern And Evans Pueblo Colorado 81004 Member FDIC BANKAMERICARD. por med io de calzadas, las cuales cruzaban ei gran Lago uniendose con tierra firms, ya que sobre el mismo islote de tierra firme, con estacas, piedras y mas tierra se logro Ia cimentacion y relleno de algunas partes donde se edificaron sus estructuras y alrededor del centro se distribuian los dos barrios o capullis, como si fueran colonias, asimismo en las orillas del lago y sus islotes adyacentes, se agrupaban las poblaciones agricolas y pescadoras, contribuyendo al sostenimiento de Ia capital. Existiendo en el centro ceremonial y urbano canales para el trafico de las canoas, calles, calzadas y camellones, acueductos que surtian de agua a Ia ciudad, asi como un gran albarradon o digamos un muro, que servia de represa, evitando las inundaciones e impidiendo que el agua salada de Texcoco se mezclara con los lagos de Xochimilco y Chalco; y es asi, como el conquistador Hernan Cortes en sus apuntes historicos nos dice que habian puentes con aberturas de trecho en trecho "por donde salia y entraba el agua de Ia laguna, de una parte a otra; BANKING HOURS: IN OUR LOBBY ... 8:30 TO 4:30 MON.-THUitS. OPEN FRIDAYS 'Til6:00 P.M. DRIVE-IN HOURS ... MONDAY THR, U FRIDAY 8:00A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. y veiamos en aquella gran laguna, tanta multitud de canoas, unas que venian con cargas y mercaderias. . . y veiamos en aquella ciudad cues y adoratorios a manera de torres y fortalezas ... y las casas de azoteas ... " Su recinto ceremonial media por lado mas de 300 metros. estando resguardado por una gran muralla almenada y decorada con serpientes, es decir, por un coatepantli, que tenia puertas de acceso a las calzadas, ten iendo en su parte central LJna espaciosa plaza hundida, con un adoratorio, para las ceremonias y en el fondo se erguia el gra nm Teocalli o templo mayor, el cual era un basamento piramidal escalonado doblemente, limitado por alfardas que cambiaban de pendiente, por las que se su bia a los temp los gemelos de Ia parte superior, uno _s:ledicado a Tlaloc y el Jff tlia auidad U JrnsperlT EL MAS COMPLETO SURTIDO EN INSTRUMENTOS MUSICALES SNOW TIRE MOUNTIN(i PAIR -your r egular tires and mount your snow tires on your rims. Regularly S2.88 people tire people We're RADIAL TIRE Headquarters St.,• ..,_.._ St.,lon No .IH 1-.cTION STIOIH NO. I--STORE HOURS I to s-Mon. through Sat. 301 W. lth Phone 542-6202

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VEA LOS ANUNCIOS CLASIFICADOS o..,uo s clasificodos H E LP WANTED: Pre cision Production M a ch i n i st s with 3 yea r s exp. & s etups . Apply to Employme n t Office, SUNSTRAND, 2480 W . 70th Ave. D e nver , Colorado. H E LP PROMOTE LA CUL TURA E SPAN OLA! Denver Free Un1vers1ty N eeds Vol FOR SALE: 1967 Volv o 4-door Sedan with 1973 engi n e . S turdy ca r , mech a n ically good, n eeds pain t . $900.00 or be st offer. Call : D enver ph . 722-2228. B i-li ngual Hoste s s Wan ted for North D enve r N eighbOrhood Hours flexible Car Requi red Contact R ita Higgins Phone : 255-1526 for interv i ew .. Welcome Wagon lnternat' l Inc. unteer Teachers for Beg1nnmg & InterCASEY SEWiNG CENTER med1ate Span1sh Classes. Jan "75. N o Authorized Franchised Dealers Degree N ecessa ry . 1ust knowledge & m Nelco _ A leo _ Necch j t e rest m Span,sh Call Wa rren Ph 832 REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES & MODELS 6688 H E LP PROMOTE CULTURE: The Den ver Fre e Umverslly needs teache rs for th e w1nter quarte1 If you have a a language. or 1d a that you would t o orgamz e a lesson a1ound . call Warre n Bail e y Ph 832-6688 Bio -degradable Soap Products available from Apollo Laund1 y powder. D1sh soa p . cteane 1 . Pr o tem Shampoo. etc Call you1 local represen \ tallve Sr y Sra . Pad1lla. D enver. Ph . 722 2228 . 38th & FEDERAL -DENVER PH:455-7013 Chance to get up e.1rl . ho er. ha e . hine our hoe . Walk for mil . ork hard. Get dirt _ \! alk back. Go to bed late . Get up earl again . And be proud of it. Call Collect Denver 83 7 -4110 Join the p eo p l e who've jo ined the Army. An qual Opportunit y mploye r LA CASA DE MA UEL --MEXICAN FOOD HOURS: 12:00 8 : 30P. M . Tues. Sat. 201 0 larim e r S t . D e nver, P h : 222-87U!> Oeseamos aNues1ros ?.f Am •gos PASCUAS y Ptospe,oAnoNuevo CASEY ' S SEWING CENTER Ha s a full line of B e rn ina Open A r m . Eln Open Arms. Necch1 Open Arms . 3777 F e deral 455 -7013 As low as $49 . BERN INA OPEN ARM . bu1lt-1n Zig-zag , t c $175 3777 Federat . 455-7013 . BERNINA portable. $125 3777 Federal 455-7013 HEAVY DUTY SINGER . $69 3777 Federal 455-7013 SINGER Touch 'nSew. $ 29 3777 Federal 4 55-7013 NEW ELNA. $45 3777 F ederal 455-7013 Sutger Golden Touch n S w . S89 3777 Fede1al SECTION 23 HOUSING AS ISTANCE PAYMENTS PRO GR AM NEW CONSTRUCTION INVITATION F OR P RO P OS A LS The Houstng Auth o rity of the City o f Eng le w oo d . Colorado. in v i tes developers and bu il ders to submit proposals t o t he office of t he D epart m ent of Community Developent at3400 South E lati S t reet, Englewood . Colorado, 2 : 00 p . m . MST . D ecember 19. 1974. for the development of priv ately-owned housing to be ass is ted by hous i ng ass i s tance payments pursuant to Section 23of the U .S. Hous in g Act of 1937 , as amended . The number, t y p e . and size of units to b e assisted is as follows : Un i t S ize ( N o . of B edrooms) On e Total 100 No. of Un i ts Elderly 100 Th e max imum gross rents (including the cost of ut ili ties) which the Hous in g Authority will cons ider shall not ex cee d the following : Structure T ype Elevato r 0 -BR 1 -BR $175 2-BR 3-BR 4-BR 5 BR Deta iled guidelines , standards and procedures for the development of these units are contained in a D evelo per' s Packet wh ich may be obta i ned by i nterested developers and builders from the Housing Authority, whose address is 3400 South Elat i Street . Englewood , Colorado 80110 . If there are any quest i ons concerning th i s project, contact Lois K. K ocian 7 6 1 1140 , ext. 257 . Cit)# of Englewood HOUSING AUTHORITY 3400 So uth Elat i S t reet Eng lewoo d , Color ado 80 110 ThomasJ. B urns Chairman Englewood Housing Authority EL E 0, Decem er, 197 Yes . I would like to rec:elve my c op ies of ''EL ECO MAYA" soon to become the lervt:st Sp.t1sh •n all of Coloredo P lease enmy n•me for • 1 Y r Subscription. NAME __________________________________ _ ADDRESS -----------------------------CITY---------------------STATE------ZIP------------------Sen d Completed lllanlc w ith Check or Money Order tor $3.50 To -EC O PUilLICATIONS P . O .Ilox 2024 Pueblo.Colo.81 004 ECO PUBLICATION P . O .Bo 9650 0 80209 SAVE DIRECT BUYINGRegalos de Mexico buys d irectly from Mex1co eliminating m i ddleman prolits. YOU GET THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT! LOW OVERHEAD -Regalos de Mexico is located i n a low overhead area . YOU GET THE DOLLARS FROM THE SAVINGS ! Shop our un ique, colorf ul m a rtt e t today 0INDIAN-MADE TURQUOISE JEWELRY REGALOS de MEXICO 1023 SO. 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., Page 12, EL ECO, 1974 . I Join the peop)e _ who've In recent months, a lot of young people have been discovering a good place to invest their time. TheArmy . . They've come, over 300,000 strong, for things they may not have found anywhere else. Some came for job training. Some, for travel. Some came for the personal challenge. Some Jobs Get ahead now. Stay ahead for a lifetime. Remember that the job you learn can becom e a career in the Army or out. It will be a skill that la s ts you for life. And for now, there 's good Army pay right from the start-Travel Look into the travel choice s . For exa mpl e , Europe. You'll b e there to do a job ; but any free week-end can mean France, D enmark, Switzerland, Austria. It a l y and the Rivi e ra are ju st a few h ours away , just waiting for yo u Here's a way to get your future s tarted now , while gaining _ so me time to tie up the loose ends. When you actually come in , in a month or two or nine , you'll b e head e d for all the be s t of b e nefits. The pay , the help with your education, the job-training , with meals , housing, medical and dental care provided. And 30 days paid vacation a year. And a lot of benefits no ordinary job can offer. on some of that 30 days' paid vacation yo u earn every year. There aren' t many jobs like it! You can live and work in places tourist s o nl y visit. of your choice , the travel opportunities , the free medical and dental care , the challenge and the opportunity to learn leadership. The 30 days' vacation, and all the rest. Get the facts. There's no obligation. for education. And many came . for a combination of reasons. Pick your Number One reason. (Of you may have lots of others.) and let us fill you in. You. may decide there's a good reason for you to join too . . Education The Army wants and needs educated men and women, and we'll give you lots of help in improving yourself. Where else can you get 75% of college paid for? Whether you want high school credits or you're aiming for a Ph.D., it out. This is the Army's new "short course" and it may be just right for you. The pay is just as good, the opportunities and c hallenges just as interesting. The choice of job training or Europe, and the outstanding oenefits, are only the beginning . . . Of course, you still get all the other benefits no ordinary job can offer, from good pay to job. training, from travel to the c hallenge to your leadership capacities. Let us tell you more. , The two-year enlistment can provide you with a solid investment in yourself and your future. And you ' ll find yourself doing things you didn' t know you could do. Look into it. CALL YOUR LOCAL ARMY RECRUITER TODAY: Denver Englewood Lakewood Arv.ada Aurora Thornton Colorado Springs Alamosa Pueblo La Junta Salida Durango 1717 Champa St. 912 Broadway 3401 S. Bannock 8580 w. Colfax 5707 Webster 8720 E. Colfax 840 E. 88th St. 893-9771 893.2822 789-95n m-7473 423-2200 388-5327 28?4246 1011 N. A-..y Blvd. 1015 4th Street 59&-9562 589.16 546-3624 384-2054 539-3181 247-48&8 325 w. 10th Stren 19 w. 4th Street 121 N. 1st Street 1139 ..... Street CALL YOUR ARMY REPRESENTATIVE Con La Gente Quienes Han Juntato Con El Exercito !