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AUTOMUNDO
Hispania News
SOUTHERN COLORADO'S BILINGUAL NEWSPAPER SINCE 1987
VOL. 20 NO. 17
www.hispanianews.com
Forever Stamp Now Available
May 14 Price Change
If it could ring, it would
resonate
freedom
and
independence from using one
or two-cent stamps to mail
letters when stamp prices
change in the future.
The U.S. Postal Service
(USPS) introduced its latest
consumer innovation by
dedicating the Forever Stamp
next to the patriotic icon it
depicts.
Featuring the Liberty Bell
image and the word “forever,”
the Forever Stamp — available
nationwide — is good for
mailing one-ounce First-Class
Mail letters anytime in the “We are making history this Alan C. Kessler. “And what
future — regardless of price morning,” said USPS Board of better place to make history
Cont. on page 15
Governors Vice Chairman
changes.
Sand Creek Massacre Dedication Ceremony
Photo by Shonie De La Rosa
Sand Creek Massacre
On November 29, 1864, 700 Colorado troops savagely slaughtered over 450 Cheyenne
children, disabled, elders, and women in the southeastern Colorado Territory under its
protection.
This act became known as the Sand Creek Massacre. This film project (“The Sand Creek
Massacre” documentary film project) is an examination of an open wound in the souls of the
Cheyenne people as told from their perspective. This project chronicles that horrific 19th
century event and its affect on the 21st century struggle for
respectful coexistence between white and native plains cultures
in the United States of America.
Here are directions on how to reach the Sand Creek Massacre
National Historic Site: From Eads, travel three miles east on
Colorado 96, past the U.S. 287 South junction, and then another
11.3 miles to Chivington. Continue past Chivington on
Colorado 96 for another three-fourths of a mile to County Road
54. Turn left and travel north on County Road 54 for 7.1 miles
to a ‘T’ intersection with Country Road W. Turn right and travel
east for 1.3 miles to the entrance of the Sand Creek Massacre
site.
Mercury
MarinerPage
pg. 12
Silverado
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26 de abril 2007 - 3 de mayo 2007
La Estampilla “Forever”
Ya Está A La Venta
Disponible
Cambio de precio el 14 de Mayo
Si pudiera sonar, resonaría
con toda la libertad e
independencia de no tener que
usar más las estampillas de
uno o dos centavos para enviar
cartas cuando los precios de las
estampillas cambien en
el futuro. El Servicio
Postal de EE.UU. (USPS)
ofreció hoy su última
innovación para los
consumidores postales
al presentar la estampilla
Forever al lado del ícono
patriótico
que
representa.
La
estampilla Forever, con
su imagen de la
Campana de la Libertad
y la palabra “forever”,
que quiere decir “para
siempre”, ya está a la
venta en todo el país en
el día de la fecha y sirve para
enviar cartas First-Class de una
onza
en
el
futuro,
independientemente de que
los precios cambien.
“El día de hoy marca un hito
histórico”, declaró Alan C.
Kessler, Vicepresidente de la
Junta de Gobernadores del
USPS; “y qué mejor lugar para
ello que Filadelfia, la cuna de
la libertad, junto a la Campana
de la Libertad”.
La estampilla Forever se
venderá siempre al precio de
una
estampilla
para
correspondencia First Class
que esté en vigencia en el
momento de la compra. Para
presentar la estampilla al
público, el Servicio Postal la
ofrece hoy a 41 centavos. Los
clientes la podrán usar tan
pronto como lo deseen, pero
los precios de las estampillas
no van a cambiar hasta el 14 de
mayo; y cuando lo hagan en el
futuro, se venderá la
estampilla Forever al precio
nuevo que tenga la estampilla
necesaria para enviar una
pieza de correspondencia First
Class.
“Las primeras estampillas
postales
de
EE.UU.
aparecieron en 1847”, añadió
Kessler, refiriéndose a la
estampilla de cinco centavos
con la imagen de Benjamin
Franklin que servía para enviar
cartas hasta una distancia de
300 millas, y la estampilla de
10 centavos con la imagen de
George Washington que servía
para envíos más lejanos.
“Dejemos que la historia
registre que la primera
estampilla Forever fue
presentada el 12 de abril de
2007, en la cuna de la
democracia estadounidense y
con el símbolo eterno de la
libertad de este país”.
No hay límites para la
cantidad que pueden comprar
los clientes. La estampilla
Forever ya está disponible y se
ofrecerá la estampilla Forever
en libritos de 20 estampillas en
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INSIDE
Community News .............................................. pages 2-3
Noticias en Español .............................................pages 4-6
Deportes ...................................................................page 8
Entertainment ...................................................pages 10-11
Salud .................................................................pages 18-19
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COMMUNITY NEWS
OJC Nurse Pinning
to be held April 27
March Of Dimes Walkamerica
Scheduled For Saturday, April 28
Community Invited to Participate and Help Fight Prematurity
Nursing graduates who will be going through the Nurse Pinning
Ceremony and receiving Associate of Applied Science in Nursing
degrees at OJC include: Top row l-r: Russell Farris, Cheraw; S. Heather
Dittburner, La Junta. Second row down: Holly Bader, Pueblo. Third
row down l-r: Lacy Follmer, Cheraw; Cynthia Gonzales, Avondale
Forth row down l-r: Bryan Muth, Swink; Deena Downey, Swink;
Gwynna Fedde, Fowler; Judith Cole, La Junta; Brooke Strawn, Pueblo
West; Janice Finnell, Rocky Ford. Fifth row down l-r: Cheri Leonardi,
Pueblo West; Donna Polasko, La Junta Bottom row l-r: Christie Howe,
La Junta; Tiffanie (Gooden) Muth, Eads; and Jessie Fief, La Junta.
The community is invited to
help fight prematurity and
other infant-health problems
by participating in the
upcoming March of Dimes
WalkAmerica, the organization
said today. Those interested
can learn more and sign up by
visiting marchofdimes.com/
colorado or by calling 1-800525-WALK.
WalkAmerica is slated for
Saturday, April 28 at America
the Beautiful Park. A minimum
$25 donation per walker is
suggested. Prizes (including
sports gear and airline tickets)
are available to those who
collect $200 or more.
Having raised $1.5 million for
WalkAmerica
in
2006,
Colorado walkers this year
have a goal of raising $2
million. Funds raised help the
March of Dimes improve the
health of babies by preventing
birth defects, premature birth
and infant mortality. Fighting
prematurity (the leading cause
of newborn death in Colorado
and nationwide) is a key
March of Dimes initiative. The
March of Dimes works to
achieve its mission through
research, community services,
education and advocacy.
Celebrating its 37th
anniversary
this
year,
WalkAmerica is the nation’s
oldest charitable walking
event and the largest annual
March of Dimes fundraiser. It
takes
place
in
1,400
communities across the
country. In addition to
Colorado Springs, other
Colorado
communities
hosting WalkAmerica events
include Alamosa, Pueblo,
Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins/
Loveland, Greeley and Grand
Junction.
Local WalkAmerica sponsors
include Carnival, Memorial
Health System, Classic
Companies Foundation, The
Gay and Lesbian Fund for
Colorado, Panera Bread,
Outback Steakhouse, KKTV 11
News and My 99.9 FM. State
sponsors are Loaf ‘N Jug and
Farmers. National sponsors are
Kmart, CIGNA, Farmers,
FedEx, Famous Footwear and
Continental Airlines.
The March of Dimes is a
national nonprofit health
organization founded in 1938.
In Colorado, the March of
Dimes currently funds $1.8
million in healthy-baby
programs.
For
more
information, visit the March of
Dimes at marchofdimes.com/
colorado.
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COMMUNITY NEWS
The Hispanic College Fund Earns 4-Star Rating from
Charity Navigator
Hispanic College Fund will use founding in 1993, Hispanic
their support today and the College Fund has supported
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vision,
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For more information, visit
mentorship needed to attain
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students have earned full would capture my full heart Program in which she’ll earn a community leaders. Since its or call 1-800-644-4223.
tuition, fee, and book and passion.”
leadership studies minor along
scholarships for up to five Azalia Sais, Central High with seeking an English degree
years to pursue a bachelor’s School. 4.0 GPA. In pursuit of and secondary teaching
degree at Colorado State her goal to become self- certification.
University – Pueblo thanks to supportive, she will seek a Francesca Stuart, South High
a Fountain couple’s estate. course of study in social work. School, 3.8 GPA. Stuart will
President Joseph Garcia Earlier, she was accepted into pursue a degree in sociology/
announced the names of the the President’s Leadership criminology to obtain a career
eight students who make up Program.
as a social case worker through
the 2007 class of the Kane Danae Nafziger, County High which she can “have the ability
Family Scholars. The program School, 3.80. Nafziger will to help those in need.”
was made possible by the major in nursing and minor in Students were selected based
foundation of the late Spanish in hopes of becoming on their high school academic
Alexander “Andy” and a Certified Registered Nurse record,
and
on
Wanden Matthews Kane.
Anesthetist, while continuing recommendations from each
The students will be to hone her skills in dance, high school (Centennial,
introduced to the community voice, and drama with dreams Central, County, East, South,
and welcomed into the CSU- of performing on Broadway.
Pueblo West, and the Dolores
Pueblo family as part of the Maritza Espinoza, Dolores Huerta Preparatory High
2007 President’s Scholarship Huerta Preparatory High, 3.95 School, Rye and Pueblo Tech
Gala on April 27.
GPA. Espinoza will seek a Academy) as well as a written
“The board of trustees for the degree in foreign languages in essay and personal interview.
Kane Family Foundation is order to become an interpreter As Kane Scholars, students
committed to helping high “so that I can help out those will receive free tuition, books,
performing young people from who cannot speak English.”
and mandatory course fees for
Southern Colorado reach their Royce Cappis, East High up to five years toward pursuit
higher education goals,” said School. 3.9 GPA. Cappis plans of a bachelor’s degree
President Garcia.
to major in either marketing or Alexander Kane, a Fountain
“The Kane Foundation business finance, becoming the native, died June 3, 2003.
initiated a similar program in first in his family to obtain a Wanden Kane, a two-time
Colorado Springs last year and college
education
and mayor of Fountain, died Feb.
was only too happy to extend eventually pursing an MBA.
3, 1991.
it to top students in Pueblo. Jaclyn Gazette, Pueblo The couple ran the Kane
CSU-Pueblo representatives Technical Academy, 4.21 GPA. Ranch near Williams Creek.
2857 E. Fountain Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80910
were awed by the quality of Gazette has been accepted into During their lifetimes, the
talent we encountered during the President’s Leadership Kanes helped many young
our interviews in Pueblo area Program where in addition to people with the financing of
schools.”
the minor in leadership their education and also
Eye Exams and Glasses for ages up to 21 years
The following students have been studies, she will pursue a pre- contributed to research related
Accepting Medicaid, Colorado Access,
named Kane Scholars for 2007:
med curriculum (biology) to to drug and alcohol addiction.
CHP+ and most other Insurances
obtain a medical career, Before his death, Kane
Kristi Vigil, Centennial High possibly as a doctor of established the Kane Family
School, 3.98 GPA. Vigil seeks a osteopathic medicine.
Foundation and directed the
major in art with a business Amber Jones, Pueblo West Foundation to provide funds
Large selection of frames
management minor in order to High School, 3.58 GPA. Jones for tuition and books for
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Hispanic College Fund
announced that it has received
a 4-star rating from Charity
Navigator, America’s largest
independent evaluator of
charities. Receiving four out of
a possible four stars indicates
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NOTICIAS EN ESPAÑOL
Warner Home Video rinde tributo a la memoria al icono de la Época
de Oro del Cine Mexicano, Pedro Infante
con el lanzamiento de una Colección Especial en DVD por primera vez en la historia en Estados Unidos
Warner Home Video anunció
el lanzamiento de 23 de los más
reconocidos y aclamados
filmes estelarizados por Pedro
Infante, uno de los íconos
culturales más respetados de
América Latina. Comenzando
con comedias caprichosas a
romances dramáticos hasta
presentaciones musicales de
inspiración, los títulos que
presenta la COLECCIÓN DE
PEDRO INFANTE representan
algunos de los mejores
trabajos, dirigidos por el
aclamado Ismael Rodríguez
que nacen en la Época de Oro
del Cine Mexicano.
El reciente lanzamiento del 10
de abril fue posible a través de
un acuerdo de asociación entre
Warner Home Video y
Películas Rodríguez y llega
enseguida de una celebración
de un mes de duración en
memoria del inmortal Pedro
Infante.
Cada
película
readaptada en DVD está
cargada con extras, tales como
canciones con letra con
subtítulos en inglés, español,
francés y portugués, así como
cortometrajes con entrevistas,
y ya está en el mercado, por
primera vez en Estados
Unidos, en las grandes tiendas,
librerías, tiendas en línea y
también en lugares que
atienden al creciente segmento
de consumidores latinos en
Estados Unidos.
Once de los veinte y tres
títulos fueron lanzados por
Warner Home Video, el 10 de
abril de 2007, con un SRP
(precio sugerido de venta al
público) de US$14,98; entre los
títulos incluidos está la
popular trilogía “Nosotros Los
Pobres”, “Ustedes Los Ricos”
y “Pepe, El Toro”, “El
Seminarista,” “Cuando Lloran
los Valientes,” “Las Islas
Marías,””Dicen que Soy
Mujeriego”, “El Seminarista”,
“La
Mujer
que
Yo
Perdí”,”Sobre Las Olas”,
“Angelitos Negros”, y el
documental “Así era Pedro
Infante”, que presenta escenas
del film galardonado con el
Premio Golden Globe(R),
“Tizoc” que consiguió para el
Sr. Infante un Premio de Berlin
Festival Silver Bear como
Mejor
Actor,
otorgado
póstumamente.
Para complementar el
lanzamiento de estos filmes
clásicos en DVD, Warner
Home Video lanzó un portal
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(http://
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NOTICIAS EN ESPAÑOL
American GI Forum, Organizaciones Hispanas Tuvieron Sesión
Informat en Congreso
El American GI Forum y una
Coalición de Organizaciones
Hispanas a Nivel Nacional
tuvo una Sesión Informativa en
el Congreso Acerca de la Falta
de Representación Hispana en
el Documental de PBS, “The
War,” la cual tomó lugar en el
Salón HC-8 de El Capitolio,
Washington D.C. el pasado
miércoles 18 de abril.
Más de 40 veteranos de
diferentes puntos de la nación,
miembros del American GI
Forum, miembros hispanos del
Congreso y representantes de
numerosas organizaciones
hispanas a nivel nacional
Declaración De La Alliance For Excellent Education
El Center For American Progress, Jobs For The Future Y El
Consejo Nacional De La Raza (NCLR) Sobre La
Presentación Del Proyecto De Ley Graduation Promise Act
Hoy cuatro organizaciones
nacionales que trabajan para
mejorar los resultados
académicos de los estudiantes
estadounidenses
de
secundaria aplauden el
proyecto de ley Promesa de
Graduación
(Graduation
Promise Act o GPA, por sus
siglas en inglés). GPA esta
diseñado a mejorar las escuelas
secundarias y disminuir la
cantidad
creciente
de
estudiantes que abandonan la
escuela, introducido hoy por
los senadores Jeff Bingaman
(D-NM), Richard Burr (R-NC)
y Edward Kennedy (D-MA),
presidente del Comité de
Salud, Pensiones y Fuerza
Laboral, con el fuerte respaldo
del Alliance for Excellent
Education, el Center for
American Progress, Jobs for the
Future, y el Consejo Nacional
de La Raza.
“Los Estados Unidos enfrenta
un crisis en cuanto a
estudiantes que abandonan la
escuela”, afirmó John Podesta,
presidente del Center for
American Progress. “Este crisis
es el tema de nuestro informe,
Addressing America’s Dropout
Challenge, el cual fue escrito en
conjunto con Jobs for the Future
y cuyo mensaje resonante es el
de actuar inmediatamente.
Esperamos que el Congreso
haga caso a este llamado”.
En la actualidad, dos de cada
tres estudiantes abandonan la
secundaria sin la preparación
necesaria para ir a la
universidad o para entrar a la
fuerza
laboral.
El
Departamento de Fuerza
Laboral estima que casi el 90 %
de los trabajos con más
demanda en Estados Unidos
requieren educación superior.
Al comparar los quinceañeros
estadounidenses con sus
semejantes en otros países
industrializados,
se
encuentran en el quinceavo
lugar en lectura, vigésimotercer lugar en matemáticas y
treintavo lugar en la habilidad
para resolver problemas.
“Sabemos lo que se puede
hacer y lo que se debe hacer
para enfrentar este crisis”,
enfatizó Bob Wise, presidente
del Alliance for Excellent
Education y ex gobernador de
West Virginia. “El proyecto de
ley GPA convertirá el
conocimiento en acción al usar
los recursos e implementar
soluciones que realmente
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presentaron sus historias
personales y ofrecieron un
trasfondo a los congresistas
acerca de la falta de
representación hispana en el
documental de PBS, “The
War”, el cual tiene una
duración de 14 horas. En
marzo de 2007, el Caucus
Hispano en el Congreso, el
American GI Forum y
numerosas organizaciones a
nivel nacional expresaron estas
preocupaciones a la presidenta
de PBS, Paula Kerger al
discutir este proyecto de seis
años y cuestionar porqué no
habían veteranos hispanos
representados
en
el
documental.
“Se lo debemos, no sólo a
quienes
murieron
honorablemente en el campo
de batalla, sino también a los
cientos de miles de veteranos
hispanos que volvieron a casa
a enfrentar la misma
discriminación y segregación
que existían cuando dejaron a
sus familias para servir en la
guerra”, dijo Antonio Gil
Morales,
Comandante
Nacional del American GI
Forum. “
American GI Forum de los
Estados Unidos es una
organización nacional de
veteranos hispanos reconocida
por el Congreso, con más de
500 capítulos en la nación y en
Puerto Rico, fue fundada en
1948 por el Dr. Héctor P. García.
Para más información, por
favor, visite www.agif.us
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NOTICIAS EN ESPAÑOL
American College Of Physicians Lanza Herramientas Para
Mejorar Diabetes
Coma adecuadamente, haga
ejercicio, monitoree el azúcar
en la sangre, tome los
medicamentos regularmente.
Este es el consejo que los
médicos dan a los más de 20
millones de norteamericanos
que padecen de diabetes. Sin
embargo, la aplicación de estas
recomendaciones
con
frecuencia está lejos de lo ideal,
poniendo a los pacientes ante
un mayor riesgo de sufrir
daños al corazón, riñones, ojos
y pies.
En un esfuerzo por cerrar
esta brecha, el American
College of Physicians (ACPAsociación de Médicos de
Estados Unidos) y la American
College
of
Physicians
Foundation (ACPF-Fundación
de la Asociación de Médicos de
Estados Unidos) revelan tres
herramientas prácticas para los
internistas practi miembros del
ACP, otros profesionales de
salud en equipos de prácticas
clínicas y sus pacientes.
Estas herramientas
educativas integrales son la
culminación de una ambiciosa
Iniciativa de Diabetes de tres
años financiada por una beca
educativo de Novo Nordisk.
“Los objetivos de proveer
estos recursos”, dijo la Dra.
Vincenza
Snow,
FACP,
Directora de programas
clínicos y calidad de cuidados
del ACP, “son crear mayor
conciencia acerca de la brecha
entre la práctica actual y los
estándares aceptables de los
cuidados de diabetes; ofrecer
intervenciones educativas para
mejorar los cuidados de la
diabetes;
aumentar
la
conciencia acerca de lo que
constituye el cuidado de
diabetes de alta calidad y
basado en evidencia; y
reconocer prácticas médicas
que mejoran los cuidados de la
diabetes”.
Los siguientes materiales
están diseñados a ayudar a los
médicos y su personal a
implementar estrategias de
cuidados basadas en equipo,
ofrecerles
herramientas
prácticas y motivar a los
pacientes a implementar
cambios de estilos de vida y
técnicas que les ayudan a
manejar su proprio salud.
—’Viviendo con Diabetes:
Una guía de uso diario para
usted y su familia’ es un
modelo innovador para la
educación y empoderamiento
del paciente. Esta guía de
automanejo para los pacientes,
cubre
dieta,
ejercicio,
monitoreo de azúcar en la
sangre, insulina y otros
medicamentos. Disponible con
texto en inglés y español,
Viviendo con Diabetes está
escrita
en
un
tono
conversacional con un nivel de
lectura de quinto grado escolar
e incluye fotos de pacientes con
diabetes y sus familias. Ofrece
consejos prácticos y ejemplos
concretos de métodos exitosos
para el control de la diabetes.
Los pacientes pueden solicitar
una copia de Viviendo con
Diabetes a su médico
internista.
— La Guía de Cuidados de
Diabetes del ACP para los
médicos y equipos de práctica
está diseñada para ser
utilizada
por
equipos
multidisciplinarios que ofrecen
cuidados a pacientes con
diabetes.
Tiene
dos
componentes: un manual de
práctica impreso (incluyendo
herramientas especiales para la
mejora administración de la
práctica y de los pacientes) y
un CD-ROM que contiene
versiones electrónicas del
manual y herramientas y 81
preguntas de selección
múltiple, y críticas. Cien mil
(100,000) copias de la guía se
distribuirán gratis a los
especialistas en medicina
interna (incluyendo médicos
generalistas y endocrinólogos),
enfermeras
(incluyendo
enfermeras
profesionales), asistentes de
médicos y educadores de
diabetes
(incluyendo
enfermeras y dietistas). Los
profesionales de la salud
pueden utilizar la guía para
ganar créditos de educación
continua.
— El Portal de Diabetes
( h t t p : / /
diabetes.acponline.org) es un
recurso gratis basado en la web
para médicos y pacientes que
ofrece herramientas, recursos e
investigación para apoyar los
cuidados de diabetes. Los
pacientes y clínicos pueden
acceder información específica
según sus necesidades. Los
clínicos pueden buscar
información bajo los títulos de
mejoras de calidad, cuestiones
de prácticas y temas clínicos.
La información y enlaces se
actualizan regularmente,
ofreciendo a los clínicos y
pacientes la más reciente guía
basada en evidencia. Los
recursos para los pacientes
incluyen información acerca de
complicaciones con los ojos, los
pies, el corazón y los riñones
causadas por la diabetes, así
como partes de las guías para
pacientes y médicos arriba
indicadas.
La guía Viviendo con
Diabetes y la Guía de Cuidados
de Diabetes del ACP se pueden
solicitar
en,
http://
diabetes.acponline.org y son
gratis para los miembros.
“La diabetes es una
enfermedad peligrosa que se
expande más cada año”, dijo la
Dra. Lynne M. Kirk, FACP
(miembro titular de la ACP),
presidenta del ACP. “ACP y
ACPF diseñaron estos recursos
-en base a las mejores prácticas
y una guía clínica basada en
evidencia- para captar la
atención de médicos y
pacientes para que se mejoren
los cuidados de la diabetes en
Estados Unidos.
Además de los tres recursos
de la Iniciativa de Diabetes, un
CD-ROM gratis de todas las
presentaciones que se dieron
con relación a la diabetes en
tres reuniones de medicina
interna anuales anteriores
(2005-2007) se distribuirá a los
miembros del ACP. El CDROM tendrá audio y
diapositivas sincronizadas en
PowerPoint
de
las
presentaciones y permitirá que
los usuarios puedan compartir
su programa educativo con
otros miembros de su equipo
de cuidados de diabetes.
La estampilla Forever
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www.usps.com, por teléfono
llamando a 1-800-STAMP-24 y
en los mostradores de atención
al cliente de las oficinas
postales de todo el país. Los
clientes podrán comprar
también las estampillas en las
máquinas expendedoras de
selectas oficinas de correo. A
partir del 14 de mayo, los
cajeros automáticos (ATM) y
los
centros
postales
automatizados empezarán a
ofrecer la estampilla Forever en
hojas de 18 unidades.
Asimismo, muchas tiendas
participantes, así como
supermercados, droguerías o
farmacias y otros negocios
minoristas también empezarán
a vender los libritos de 20
estampillas Forever.
En calidad de organismo
federal autónomo, el USPS es
el único proveedor de servicios
postales que llega a 146
millones de hogares y
empresas, seis días por
semana. Tiene 37,000 locales de
atención al público y depende
de la venta de estampillas,
productos y servicios para
cubrir sus gastos operativos. El
Servicio Postal tiene ingresos
anuales del orden de los
$73,000 millones y efectúa
entregas
postales
que
representan casi la mitad de la
correspondencia mundial.
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funcionan. Estos senadores
han vociferado sus deseos y
mediante este proyecto de ley
presentan el camino a seguir
para alcanzar el éxito. El
Congreso tiene que aprobar el
proyecto de ley GPA para que
el deseo de que cada joven
pueda graduarse sea una
realidad”.
Para estudiantes minoritarios
y de familias de bajos ingresos,
la situación es aún peor.
Estudiantes secundarios de
familias de bajos ingresos
abandonan la secundaria seis
veces más que sus semejantes
de familias de altos ingresos.
Además, solo el 55 % de
estudiantes afro-americanos y
el 52 % de estudiantes hispanos
se gradúan a tiempo de la
secundaria con un diploma en
comparación con el 78% de
estudiantes blancos.
“Hace 40 años Estados Unidos
tenía las más altas tasas de
graduación de la secundaria.
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NEGOCIOS
Pinnacol Distributing $60 Million in General Dividends to
Colorado Businesses
Policyholder Dividends Will Flow Back into Colorado Economy and Safety Efforts
For the third year in a row,
Pinnacol
Assurance,
Colorado’s largest and oldest
workers’
compensation
insurer, will issue a general
dividend to its policyholders.
In mid-May, eligible Colorado
businesses will receive
dividend checks totaling $60
million.
With this year’s declaration,
the company has now returned
more than $172 million in
general
dividends
to
Colorado’s
business
community over the past three
years.
Statewide, Pinnacol is issuing
dividend checks to nearly
56,000 qualifying businesses –
about 93 percent of its
policyholders.
“Issuing a general dividend
for the third straight year is a
continuing sign of Pinnacol’s
financial health and stability,”
said Ken Ross, Pinnacol
Assurance president and CEO.
“We’re pleased to be in a
position to return this money
to our customers who fuel
Colorado’s economy by
reinvesting these funds in their
businesses
and
their
employees’ safety.”
The dividend rewards
Pinnacol policyholders who
have good safety records and
low claims costs. Dividend
checks are calculated based on
the size of a policyholder ’s
annual premium compared to
claims costs. The average 2007
dividend check will be about
$1,100.
Pinnacol has great
information and systems in
place that help us stay safe and
keep our costs in check,” says
Manuel Gonzales, a Pinnacol
customer and president of AMI
Mechanical. “We’ve been able
to build a successful safety
program at our company, and
it’s great that Pinnacol
recognizes our efforts with the
general dividend.”
Pinnacol offers a variety of
free resources to help
policyholders in all industries
protect their employees. Safety
consultants and return-towork specialists are available
at no cost to perform worksite
inspections and develop
customized injury-prevention
and
transitional
work
programs.
In addition,
Pinnacol hosts regular safety
seminars on diverse issues
ranging from back-injury
prevention to safety for nonEnglish speaking workers.
Pinnacol Assurance is
Colorado’s largest and oldest
provider
of
workers’
compensation insurance.
Through its affiliated agents,
Pinnacol
provides
competitively priced, assured
PPWFC Announces May Workshops And Networking Groups
The Pikes Peak Workforce Center will offer the
following workshops and networking groups in May
There is no charge to attend
these
workshops
or
networking groups however,
registration is required for
most.
Register at www.ppwfc.org,
click on the job seeker icon and
then on workshops. All
workshops and networking
groups are held at the main
office, 2306 East Pikes Peak
Avenue, Colorado Springs.
Job Shop: Guided Job Search
Tuesdays: May 1, 15 or 29, 9:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Register
online. A comprehensive, fullday program of intensive, job
search
guidance
and
Start Your Business on the
Path to Success with SCORE
According to the U.S. Small
Business Administration, there
are nearly 26 million small
businesses in the United States.
“Two-thirds of new businesses
survive at least two years,
while 44 percent survive at
least four,” states Ric Denton,
Chair of the Colorado Springs
SCORE chapter. “Consulting
with SCORE greatly increases
your chance for success right
from the start.”
SCORE “Counselors to
America’s Small Business”
offers five tips to start you on
your journey.
Clearly define your business
idea. Be sure you can state the
purpose of your business in
clear and simple language. Set
your overall goals.
Examine your motives. Make
sure you have a passion for
owning a business, and for this
type of business in particular.
Be willing to commit.
A new venture can be very
rewarding, but it involves
time, discipline, learning and
frustration. You may want to
work for someone else in the
same line of business first to
get an idea of what’s involved.
Conduct a competitive
analysis. Make a serious
analysis of any products,
prices,
promotions,
advertising, distribution,
quality and service involved in
your business. Objectively
measure your skills and
training against potential
competition.
Don’t go it alone. Seek help
from current business owners,
professionals,
financial
institutions,
vendors,
government agencies and
trade associations. SCORE
counselors are a great source
for free, professional advice on
starting your own business.
These tips are designed to get
you started down the right
path toward success.
For long-term assistance in
navigating the bumps,
potholes and challenges,
contact the local SCORE
Chapter for free and
confidential counseling.
To set up a face-to-face
counseling session, go to
www.coloradospringsscore.org
or call 636-3074.
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including:
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ads, networking, interviewing,
and negotiation. Whether laid
off or terminated, account
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their next job seriously!
Résumé ‘Righting!’ – Résumé
and Portfolio Design
Thursdays: May 3, 10, 17, 24 or
31, 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. No
registration necessary, but
please arrive by 2:00 p.m. Is
your resume a report or an
advertisement? Over or underqualified? This 60-minute
session provides resume and
portfolio basics. Designed for
those urgently needing a
resume update, or, as a headstart for Job Shop!
Self Employment: The
Driver’s Seat
Tuesdays: May 8 or 22, 10:00
a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Register
online. Be your own boss?
Long hours? Do you have an
entrepreneurial personality?
Explore a range of resources on
starting a business including
legal issues to keep in mind.
Weigh the pros and cons of
working for yourself!
Networking Groups: job
trends, shared leads, job search
support!
Executive Group: Wednesdays,
10:00 a.m. to noon Professional
Group: Wednesdays, 1:30 p.m.
to 3:00 p.m. Over-55 Job Seekers:
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programs to approximately
60,000 Colorado businesses.
Over the past three years,
Pinnacol has returned more
than $172 million in general
dividends to its policyholders
statewide – a mark of the
company’s strong financial
health.
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26 de abril - 3 de mayo 2007
DEPORTES
3rd Annual Pack the Park, Art & Lorraine Gonzales Youth Clinic
The Colorado State
University-Pueblo athletics
department will host the third
annual Pack the Park event
presented by the U.S. Army
and the Art & Lorraine
Gonzales Youth Baseball Clinic
presented by DeRose Dental
Clinic on Saturday, April 28 at
Runyon Field. Be part of a
great baseball celebration as
the CSU-Pueblo Baseball
program strives to beat the AllTime Division II Attendance
Record for a single game
(3,683)
set
by
the
ThunderWolves in 2005.
The Colorado State
University-Pueblo Baseball
Program will offer a great
opportunity for all youth to
improve their baseball skills at
this free baseball clinic. All
youth in grades K – 8th are
invited to take part in the clinic
and attend the CSU-Pueblo vs.
Colorado School of Mines
baseball game at Runyon Field.
Late registration will begin at
4:30 p.m., the clinic will follow
from 5 - 6 p.m. and a parade of
athletes will kickoff the start of
the CSU-Pueblo game at 7 p.m.
All youth should bring a glove
to participate.
Each child will receive a free
t-shirt, admission to the CSUPueblo baseball game and a
meal following the parade.
Youth teams can register
together and are encouraged to
wear their team uniforms to
the event. Coaches will also
receive free admission to the
game.
Giveaways and prizes will be
given out every half inning.
Giveaways will include
autographed baseballs from
Nolan Ryan, George Brett,
Ernie Banks, Cal Ripken, Jr.,
Pete Rose, Yogi Berra, and
Brooks
Robinson.
Autographed jerseys from
Tony Gwynn and Hank Aaron
will also be given away.
Drawings will be held
throughout the game. All fans
will receive their free drawing
ticket as they enter the
ballpark.
The evening finale will
include a fireworks display
and a chance to win $500 in
lottery tickets from the
Colorado Lottery!
For more information or to
register for this event please
contact the CSU-Pueblo
athletics office at 719-549-2711
or download a brochure at
www.thunderwolves.net.
Lorena Ochoa top-ranked player in the world
“Today is one of the most special days in my life,” said Lorena Ochoa. “I am extremely happy
about becoming number one on the Rolex Rankings and the number one player in the world,
something that I have dreamed about since I was little.
It’s really special because I am at home and I am able to
celebrate the news with the people in my country. This is
a huge accomplishment for me and I recognize and
appreciate the support of my family, sponsors and
management team.”
Lorena Ochoa is now the top-ranked player in the world,
according to the latest Rolex Rankings, released earlier
today. Since its launch in February 2006, Annika
Sorenstam has held the top position. However, on the
strength of Ochoa’s six wins in 2006 and five top-10
finishes in six starts this season, Sorenstam’s lead
dwindled as Ochoa moved closer to the top spot. The
current 104-week period goes back to the 2005 season, in
which Sorenstam won 10 times.
Statistically-speaking, it was possible for Ochoa to take
over the top-spot in the Rolex Rankings with a win at
either the Kraft Nabisco Championship or Ginn OPEN,
based on the strength of the fields each week, but a tie
for 10th and runner-up finish, respectively, prevented the milestone until this week. Ochoa has
been on the heels of Sorenstam as she became the first player since Sorenstam to cross the $2
million mark in season earnings last year, along with Karrie Webb. Additionally, Ochoa was the
first player since Laura Davies in 1996 not named Sorenstam or Webb to earn Rolex Player of
the Year honors.
Sports In The Springs Menu of Events
local sports events in the next few weeks:
C’mon Out & Play!
May 5- Salute to Fisher
DeBerry Gala, Broadmoor
International Center, 6:00 p.m.
Cocktails, 7:00 dinner.($60.00
per seat) Reserve by April 28
by calling (719) 333-2626 or
www.usafa.org, click on
“calendar/events”
May 6-7- Fisher DeBerry
Foundation Celebrity Golf
Classic, The Eisenhower Golf
Club at the USAFA (Teams
$2000.00, 18 foursomes
maximum), May 6-pairings
party & auction, Security
Service Field; May 7- Lunch,
golf,
Awards
party,
Eisenhower Golf Club. (Call
Burt Trembly (877) 352-6224)
May 8-9- Ketel “One Night at
The Ritz” Benefit for
Homeward Pikes Peak; May 8,
Party, live and silent auctions,
6:00 p.m., The Ritz, $10.00
donation at The door; May 9Golf tourney ($275.00 each) at
The Broadmoor Mountain Golf
Course, 12:30 p.m. Call Luke
Travins (719) 635-8190, or Bob
Holmes (719) 955-0731.
May 10- The Sports Corp Golf
Tourney, Broadmoor Mountain
Golf Course,
SOLD OUT! Thank you.
May 12- Colorado College
Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner
& Induction Ceremony,
5:30 p.m., Cheyenne Mountain
Resort
($55.00
ticket),
inductees include Max Taylor,
Jeff Sauer, William Hinkley,
Deborah Nalty and the
Schlessman Family. Call Jessica
Bennett (719) 389-6336.
June 8- USA Boxing National
C h a m p i o n s h i p s
“Championship Night” 7:00
p.m.,
The Antlers Hilton Hotel
downtown, 11 men’s title bouts
featuring the Top USA boxers
on the way to the 2008 Olympic
Trials, VIP/Patron Tables
(special prices for SportsCorp
members and friends), Call
Jessica Klem (719) 634-7333,
ext.1009
or
[email protected]
General Admission seats now
on
sale
at
www.ticketswest.com.
June 26- Sports Corp Annual
Football Kickoff Luncheon,
Noon, The Garden
Pavilion of The Penrose House.
Tables $300.00/$250.00, Seats
$30.00 & $25.00, Head coaches
Troy Calhoun (AFA), Dan
Hawkins (CU), Scott Downing
(Northern Colorado) and Bob
Bodor (Colorado College);
Reserve by calling Jessica Klem
(719) 634-7333, ext.1009, or
contacting
her
at
[email protected]
Discount prices for AFA Blue
& Silver Club, CU Buff Club,
Sports Corp Members, CC
Tiger Pride Members, and
UNC Athletic Fund members.
Look What Else We Have For
You In 2007!
May 10- Sports Corp Golf
Tournament, Broadmoor Golf
Club
May 24-Sports Corp Breakfast
of Champions, Penrose House
Garden Pavilion
May 25-27- Northern Colorado
Regional Rocky Mountain
State Games, Ft.Collins/
Windsor
June
8USA
Boxing
Championships “Title Night,”
Antlers Hilton Hotel
June 26- Sports Corp Football
Kickoff Luncheon, Noon,
Garden Pavilion of Penrose
House
July
21-Pikes
Peak
International Hill Climb
Aug.2-5- 2007 State Games of
America (Opening Ceremony
Aug.2, World Arena)
Oct.24-Colorado Springs
Sports Hall of Fame Dinner &
Induction Ceremonies,World
Arena
29th U.S. Senior Open, July 28Aug.3, 2008, The Broadmoor
26 de abril - 3 de mayo 2007
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ENTERTAINMENT
Warner Home Video Honors Memory of Mexican Golden Age of
Cinema Icon Pedro Infante
with the Release of a Special DVD Collection for the First Time Ever in the U.S.
performers, from Mexican
crooner Luis Miguel, to Latin
crossover sensation Juanes, to
the 2007 World Music nominee
Lila Downs.
Mr. Infante’s death at age 40
in a plane crash on April 15th,
1957 triggered a national day
of mourning in Mexico for
their Idolo de Guamuchil.
Numerous tributes are now
taking place throughout the
United States, Mexico and
Latin America to honor the
50th anniversary of Infante’s
untimely passing.
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Warner Home Video has announced the release
of 23 of the most renowned and acclaimed films
starring Pedro Infante - one of Latin America’s
most revered cultural icons.
From whimsical comedies to dramatic romances
to inspiring musical performances, the titles
featured within the PEDRO INFANTE
COLLECTION represent some of the very best
work, directed by the acclaimed Ismael Rodriguez
to come out of Mexico’s Golden Age of Cinema.
The recent April 10 release was made possible
through a partnership agreement between Warner
Home Video and Peliculas Rodriguez and comes
at the footsteps of a month-long celebration in
memory of the larger than life Pedro Infante.
Each re-mastered film on DVD is loaded with
extra features, such as musical sing-a-longs,
subtitles in English, Spanish, French and
Portuguese as well as featurettes with interviews,
and is now available, for the first time ever in the
US, in major retailers, bookstores, online stores and
also places that cater to the growing US Latino
consumer.
Eleven of the twenty-three titles were released by
Warner Home Video on April 10th, 2007, with an
SRP of $14.98; among the titles included is the
popular “Trilogy of Bittersweet Poverty”
(“Nosotros Los Pobres,” “Ustedes Los Ricos,” and
“Pepe, El Toro”), “El Seminarista,” “Cuando Lloran
los Valientes,” “Las Islas Marias,” “Dicen que Soy
Mujeriego,” “El Seminarista,” “La Mujer que Yo
Perdi,” “Sobre Las Olas,” “Angelitos Negros,” and
the documentary “Asi era Pedro Infante,” which
features scenes from the Golden Globe(R) Award
winning film “Tizoc” that garnered Mr. Infante a
Berlin Festival Silver Bear Award as Best Actor —
given to him posthumously.
To complement the release of such classic films
on DVD, Warner Home Video has launched a
special website (http://www.warnervideo.com/
coleccionpedroinfante), in both English and
Spanish, with a synopsis and movie clips of each
film that encompassed the PEDRO INFANTE
COLLECTION.
A prolific artist who performed in over 60 films
and recorded over 365 songs, Pedro Infante is one
of the most captivating personalities of all time
whose rabid fan base surpasses millions
worldwide. A timeless icon, Pedro Infante
continues to inspire countless contemporary
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26 de abril - 3 de mayo 2007
ENTERTAINMENT
Library District reveals Zorro is 2007 All Pikes Peak Reads selection
Community-wide project launches this fall
Readers in El Paso County
will enjoy the historic
adventure story of Zorro for the
2007 All Pikes Peak Reads.
The Pikes Peak Library
District announced the 2007 All
Pikes Peak Reads selection at
a news conference Thursday.
The book selections will
include Isabel Allende’s Zorro:
a novel, and The Mark of Zorro,
written by Johnston McCulley.
The project will be built
around two books, one for
young audiences and one for
adults. This allows PPLD to
broaden the scope of APPR to
include improved offerings for
adults and seniors, a key
objective of the library district.
Allende’s Zorro will be used for
adult programming; The Mark
of Zorro will be used for school
curriculum development and
children’s programming.
“This is an exciting selection,
because like Tales from the
Arabian Nights, the legend of
Zorro is not widely taught but
is still well-known by people of
all ages,” said Dee Vazquez,
PPLD Community Relations
Officer.
The historic legend of Zorro
weaves together Spanish
history, California history,
mythic folk tales, treasure
hunting adventures, Native
American lore and more.
Books will be available for
check out at libraries. Book
discussion materials are also
under development.
The month-long program,
which begins September 30, is
a community-wide effort to
improve literacy and foster
dialogue across social, cultural,
and generational lines. Book
discussion groups, children’s
programs and games, film
screenings, and other Zorro-
themed events will be offered
at the PPLD and other
community sites.
Why Zorro?
The APPR book is selected by
a committee based on the
following criteria. The book
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ENTERTAINMENT
Famed Flamenco Guitarist René Heredia to perform
Internationally acclaimed
Flamenco and classical
guitarist René Heredia will
perform, accompanied by
percussionist La Candida and
dancer Carolina from the
Gypsy Chics of Heredia’s
famed Flamenco Fantasy
Dance Theatre.
The performance of authentic
traditional Flamenco is free
and open to the public, and it
Dance Studio
(100 W. Pikes Peak Avenue),
on Friday 27, 8:00 – 9:00PM.
will take place in the Pikes
Peak Community College,
Downtown Studio Campus, in
the Dance Studio (100 W. Pikes
Peak Avenue), on Friday 27,
8:00 – 9:00PM.
Brilliant Flamenco guitarist
René Heredia has been called
“phenomenal”
and
an
“exciting virtuoso.” Flamenco
legend Sabicas has called him,
“The
most
sensational
Flamenco guitarist in the
United States.” The Denver
Post has said, “The guitar
playing of René Heredia is in
the finest tradition of
Flamenco, creating a flaming
intensity.” Heredia has
performed for Prince Rainier
and Princess Grace of Monaco,
Armand Hammer, Prince
Bandar of Saudi Arabia, Queen
Noor of Jordan, and Presidents
Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter.
For more info, call 502-2091 or
502-4040,
or
go
to
www.reneheredia.com to learn
more about his incomparable
music.
Guitarrista famoso de Flamenco René
Heredia ejecutará
El famoso y clásico guitarrista de Flamenco internacionalmente aclamado René Heredia
ejecutará acompañado por percussionist Cándida y bailarina Carolina de las Elegancias Gitanas
del teatro famoso de danza de Flamenco de Heredia. La ejecución del auténtico y tradicional
Flamenco será gratis y abierta al público, y tomará lugar en el Downtown Studio Campus del
A bilingual (Spanish and English) Comedy Pikes Peak Community College (100 W. Pikes Peak Avenue) el viernes 27, de las 8:00PM a las
9:00PM.
Opera
El famoso y brillante guitarrista René Heredia ha sido llamado “fenomenal” y un “virtuoso
Music by Robert Xavier Rodriguez, Libretto by Mary Medrick
emocionante.” La leyenda Sabicas del flamenco lo catalogó como “El más sensacional guitarrista
The opera is set in present-day Tepoztlán, an actual de Flamenco en los Estados Unidos.” El Denver Post escribió: “La forma de tocar la guitarra de
village near Mexico City known for its curanderos/ René Heredia se ubica en la más fina tradición de Flamenco, creando una intensidad llameante.”
curanderas, practitioners of folk magic
Heredia ha ejecutado su música para el príncipe Rainier y la princesa Grace de Mónaco, para
Armand Hammer, para el príncipe Bandar de Arabia Saudita, para la reina Noor de Jordania, y
Pikes Peak Center – Studio Bee
para los presidentes Gerald Ford y Jimmy Carter. Para más información llame al 502-2091 o 502May 18, 6:00 and 8:00 PM
For tickets call El Cinco de Mayo at 719-520-2363, Pueblo Hispanic 4040, o visite: www.reneheredia.com para aprender más de su incomparable música.
Education Foundation
at 719—549-2563 or TicketWest at 866-464-2626.
Adults $20, Children 16 years and younger $15
*$5 from every ticket goes to fund two $1,000 college scholarships
Opera Colorado Presents
“La Curandera”
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Imagination Celebration
Presents: The Merry
Month of May
Don’t miss these exciting events at Imagination Celebration’s
creativity space-Celebration Place-located on the upper level,
Burlington wing at The Citadel. Registration required for all events.
Call 387-9015 to sign up.
Just 4 Us – Rainforest Journey
May 1, 8 and 15, Tuesdays, 10am
Join Imagination Celebration for these fun creative classes
especially for 2 _ - 5 year olds and the grown-ups in their lives!
Instructor Judy Druelinger will lead you on a journey of fun and
creativity through the amazing ecosystem of the rainforest. Learn
about its unique plants, animals and music, then create flowers,
animal masks and musical instruments and take a little bit of the
rainforest home with you!
Each class is 45 minutes long. Admission is $18/month for a parent
and child. Reservations are REQUIRED. Call 387-9015 to register.
El Mundo Hispano: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage
May 5, Saturday, 10:30am
Performer Christopher Maier merges the joy of song and dance
with the magic of stories. Join us for a journey from Spain to the
Mayan Highlands of Mexico, with gypsy dances, a tall tale from
the hot chili culture of the U.S. Southwest, and a song from the
Afro-Indian-Hispanic culture of the Caribbean. Admission is $1
per person. Reservations are REQUIRED. Call 387-9015 to register.
My Art Belongs to Mother
May 12, Saturday, 10:30am
Celebrate Mother’s Day by creating a whimsical art project
together, featuring bright colors, free-form design and lots of
imagination. We’ll add a special touch to each creation to reflect
the uniqueness of your relationship. Admission is $1 per person.
Reservations are REQUIRED. Call 387-9015.
Also, enroll now for our Summer Drama, Art and Photography
Camps, starting Monday, June 11 – Friday, June 29, 2007. For more
information call (719) 387-9015.
For more information about Imagination Celebration and its yearround programming throughout the Pikes Peak region call the
Imagination Celebration office at 597-3344. The office is located at
1515 N. Academy Blvd., Suite 200, 80909. Or visit the Imagination
Celebration web site at www.imaginationcelebration.org
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AUTOMUNDO
07 Chevrolet Silverado Designed With Personalization In Mind
In 1918, when GM introduced
its first pickup truck, the
Chevrolet Model 490 Light
Delivery, buyers were expected
to supply their own cab, body
and bed. Most purchasers did
just that, creating their own
unique vehicle by crafting their
own or by purchasing
components from suppliers.
Today, 2007 Chevy Silverado
customers
have
an
unprecedented level of
personalization
choices,
including a range of more than
100 accessories – and led by
GM’s innovative cargo
management system.
With the 2007 Silverado,
personalization was not an
afterthought. It was conceived
from the beginning with
accessories
in
mind,
representing the first GM
vehicle platform to use a
dedicated accessories design
staff housed at the GM
Accessories Design Studio, in
Auburn Hills, Mich. GM
moved forward with this
design approach because it
recognizes
that
giving
customers more choice at the
time of vehicle purchase can
boost sales and satisfy more
customers.
“It’s all about choice.
Personalization is everywhere
– from the MP3s we listen to
and the cell phones we
customize to the streaming
video we watch,” says Nancy
Philippart, executive director,
GM Accessories. “People
expect to have what they want,
the way they want it. Why
should vehicle buyers expect
anything less?”
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According to the Specialty
Equipment Market Association
(SEMA),
vehicle
personalization has grown
tremendously in recent years
and has become a $34-billion
annual retail business, with
light trucks representing more
than $10.6 billion – the fastestgrowing segment in the
aftermarket
accessories
business. This growth is likely
to continue as more and more
customers say that they want
their vehicle “their way.” In
fact, according to GfK Custom
Research, 75 percent of vehicle
owners purchased accessories
for their last vehicle, and the
same percentage of those
respondents plan to do so
again.
“Pickup truck buyers
comprise one of the broadest
demographics of any industry
segment and their tastes and
needs span a very diverse
spectrum,” said John Cafaro,
GM design director for fullsize trucks. “Given this, we
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AUTOMUNDO
Chevrolet Silverado Cont. from page 12
wanted to design these trucks
so they are easy for customers
to purchase them exactly they
way they want.”
GM makes it easy for
consumers to find the
accessories that suit their style
or need. Available at the time
of vehicle launch, Chevrolet
dealers will offer a wide array
of products, including an
innovative cargo management
system, performance parts,
interior
and
exterior
appearance
accessories,
electrical products and wheels.
GM’s Cargo Management
System raises the bar for
flexibility, durability and
security
A new, innovative cargo
management system is at the
heart of the accessories offered
for the 2007 Silverado.
Available on all Silverado
models, it is complemented by
a wide range of dealer-ordered
accessory packages. Three rails
that run the length of the box
sides and the forward box wall
are secured with high-strength
anchors
and,
unlike
competitors’
systems,
incorporate upper and lower
tracks.
Four adjustable tie-down
brackets are included with
each system and can be located
anywhere on the tracks. Each
tie-down is rated for a load
point of 500 pounds (227 kg).
The rails enable the use of an
overhead utility rack rated at
500 pounds (227 kg) loading
capacity; a sliding diamondpattern tool box; a sliding bed
divider; two diamond-pattern
side storage boxes or a bicycle
mount.
Unlike competitors’ systems,
these accessories can use either
the upper or lower rails,
allowing
numerous
combinations that can easily fit
together or bypass one another
as they slide along the rails. For
added durability, all system
components that utilize the
rails for functionality are
powder coated. The system
was also designed to work
with both hard and soft
tonneau covers, which also are
available as accessories.
For those customers who
need the added protection of
secured storage for tools or
toys, the tool boxes use a
“codeable lock,” enabling only
the vehicle key to lock and
unlock the accessories.
GM plus-size and same-size
accessory wheels and TPC tire
systems
Silverado enthusiasts will
find the “dubs” they want at
their Chevrolet dealership. A
selection of six stylish 20-inch
wheel designs is available,
each in a chrome finish. The
wheels are offered with
matching tires that have been
selected using GM’s Tire
Performance Criteria system.
These GM Accessories wheels
and TPC tire systems are
designed to meet GM’s
rigorous requirements for
durability and safety, while
delivering high levels of
performance and style.
Electrical accessories enhance
convenience, entertainment
and security
Silverado customers also can
choose from a variety of smart
electrical products that help
enhance the convenience,
comfort and security of
passengers and drivers alike.
GM’s all-new Personal Audio
Link iPod adapter accessory
will enable iPod users to enjoy
the full benefit of their iPod in
their truck. At $159 MSRP
(dealer installation is extra), it
represents a great value to
those who want their music
whenever and wherever they
are. Personal Audio Link for
Silverado will be available in
the first quarter of 2007.
Available on crew cab models,
GM Accessories offers the
Overhead Portable DVD
System that allows the rearseat passengers to enjoy a DVD
movie while riding down the
road and the capability to take
it with them for enjoyment on
the go. This portable DVD
system integrates perfectly into
the headliner using a speciallydesigned docking station and
will be available in the first
quarter of 2007.
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COMMUNITY NEWS
Diverse Lineup will make 2007
The Colorado Symphony Colorado State Fair Sizzle
Orchestra On It’s Fifth Tickets on Sale Saturday, April 28!
Mark your calendars! The 2007 Colorado State Fair entertainment lineup is filled with hot acts,
extreme
entertainment and fan favorites.
Performance To
“Our goal is to create an entertainment lineup for everyone to enjoy at an amazing value,” said
State Fair General Manager, Chris Wiseman. “Each year, we strive to schedule a variety
Conmemorate Cinco De Colorado
of acts for all ages and interests and this year is no different.”
Events Center Entertainment
Mayo Festivities
August 24, 2007 Boost Mobile Tour Freestyle Motocross Adults $21/Kids age 4-11 $16
Presented By The Consulate General Of Mexico, August 25, 2007 Boost Mobile Tour Freestyle Motocross
August 29, 2007 DAUGHTRY
Newsed Cdc And The Mexican Cultural Center
Join us in a night of stars at the free concert “Un Toque de
México”, “A Touch of Mexico”, with the performance of the
Colorado Symphony Orchestra (CSO) conducted by Maestro
Scott O’ Neil, special guest violist Juan Miguel Hernández,
Mariachi “Sol de Mi Tierra” and Ballet Folklorico “Fiesta
Colorado”, with arrangements by Jeff Nevin.
The concert will take place on Thursday, May 3, 2007, at 7:00pm
at the Boettcher Concert Hall located at Denver Performing Arts
Complex (14th and Curtis St., Denver, Colorado). Admission
will be free.
The concert will celebrate Mexico’s battle with France, also
known as “Cinco de Mayo: La Batalla de Puebla”, an important
episode on Mexico’s history.
Pick up your free tickets at Boettcher Concert Hall.
h i s p a n i a n e w s . c o m
SUMMONS
August 30, 2007 Weird Al Yankovic
August 31, 2007 Peter Frampton
September 1, 2007
The All-American Rejects
September 3, 2007
Ted Nugent
Adults $21/Kids age 4-11 $16
$40/$30
$20
$20
$36/$26
$20
Budweiser Rodeo Arena Entertainment
August 24, 2007 PRCA Dodge Rodeo
$10
August 25, 2007 PRCA Dodge Rodeo
$10
August 26, 2007 PRCA Dodge Rodeo
$10
August 27, 2007 PRCA Dodge Rodeo with Josh Turner
$20
August 28, 2007 PRCA Dodge Rodeo with Clay Walker
$20
August 30, 2007 Professional Bull Riders
$49,$41,$36,$29,$16
August 31, 2007 Professional Bull Riders
$49,$41,$36,$29,$16
September 1, 2007
Demolition Derby
Adults $16/Kids age 4-11 $14
September 2, 2007
Celebraci_n de los Charro_
$10
September 2, 2007
Los Lonely Boys & Doobie Brothers $36
September 3, 2007
CTTPA Truck & Tractor Pull
$10
Tickets for the 2007 Colorado State Fair Comcast Entertainment Series go on sale Saturday,
April 28 at 10 a.m., and can be purchased at the Colorado State Fair box office, any Ticketmaster
ticket center, or by logging onto www.ticketmaster.com. To charge tickets by phone, call (303)
830-TIXS. The 2007 Colorado State Fair runs from August 24 – September 3. For more information,
log onto www.coloradostatefair.com. The 2007 Colorado State Fair will mark the Fair’s 135th
year as Colorado’s premier celebration of agriculture. In addition to showcasing Colorado
agriculture, the annual event features more than 1,500 categories of arts, crafts and food
competitions, one of the country’s largest traveling carnivals, a wide variety of food and
merchandise booths and a Fiesta Day honoring Colorado’s ties to Hispanic culture.
Zorro Cont. from page 10
must have broad appeal; be
suitable for adaptation to the
stage; be written at a sixth- to
ninth-grade reading level; be a
book in print; be available in
multiple formats; and contain
issues relevant to residents of
the Pikes Peak region.
Both Zorro texts offer great
opportunities for learning and
discussion about historic and
modern Hispanic culture.
Additionally, the issues in the
novel transcend the Hispanic
culture, lending themselves to
discussion of basic human
rights, oppression, justice,
heroism, class conflict, and
cultural dignity.
With the assistance of
community partners, APPR
would
seek
to
bring
internationally acclaimed
author Isabel Allende, the
project’s first living author, to
speak during the project.
About the Author
Isabel Allende was born in
1942 in Chile. She worked as a
journalist in Chile from 19641974. She has published
articles in newspapers and
magazines in the U.S. and
Europe,
and
travels
extensively for lectures,
speeches and literature
workshops.
Allende has taught literature
at the University of Virginia,
Charlottesville; Montclair
College, New Jersey; and the
University of California,
Berkeley.
She has written stories for
children, plays, and several
novels. In Zorro, her most
recently published novel,
Allende tells the story of how
the young Diego de la Vega
became Zorro.
About APPR
Zorro marks the sixth year of
APPR. All Pikes Peak Reads
was one of Colorado’s first
community-wide reading
programs, and sets itself apart
from other “one book”
programs around the country
by incorporating an original
adaptation of the book for the
stage.
Also unique to the program
are curriculum guides for local
classrooms. Last year’s project,
featuring Alice’s Adventures in
Wonderland reached more than
50,000 students and thousands
more adults.
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REAL ESTATE
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage to Sponsor Career Seminar
For Real Estate Agents Serving the Latino/Hispanic Community
On Thursday May 3, 2007
from 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Wells
Fargo Home Mortgage will
bring to Denver a CENTER
STAGE SM seminar designed
to help real estate agents gain
insights on proven and
effective business strategies to
better serve their clients, think
outside the box, and improve
the quality of both their
professional and personal
lives.
The seminar is titled, “Realtor
Success Strategies in a
Changing Market.” The
program is free and advance
registration is recommended.
Real estate agents can learn the
following at Wells Fargo Home
Mortgage’s
CENTER
STAGESM event:
• How to operate as a business
with a point-by-point plan of
action
• A simple system, with clear
action steps, that generates
more than 150 referrals
annually
• How sellers and buyers
respond differently to your
marketing
• How to position yourself
with sellers to get the listing
Sa_l Serna, a nationally
known real estate and business
professional who specializes in
serving the Latino/Hispanic
community, is the event’s
keynote speaker. Serna is a
member of Century 21’s Hall
of Fame and was named
“Today’s Realtor” by the
National Association of
Realtors in 1997, and was on
the cover of Today’s Realtor
Magazine. Serna’s real estate
company employs 148 agents
and he teaches corporations
how to build Latin Divisions
within their companies so they
can better serve their local
Hispanic communities. He also
helps major corporations
attract and hire quality Latin/
Hispanic employees and then
trains and coaches those
people in sales and service.
The seminar will be held at the
Denver Merchandise Mart, 451
E. 58th Ave in Denver. To
register contact Valerie
Copenhaver, Wells Fargo
Home Mortgage Regional
Emerging Markets manager, at
970-884-8123 OR register
online
at
www.wfhmevents.com; login
id is csdia.
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
is the nation’s No. 1 retail
mortgage
lender*
and
servicer** of home mortgages.
As a division of Wells Fargo
Bank, N.A., it has a local
presence in more than 2,400
mortgage stores and bank
branches, plus the capabilities
to serve the home financing
needs of customers nationwide
through its call centers,
Internet
presence
and
wholesale lending operations.
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
services loans for more than 7.7
million servicing customers.
*Based on year-end 2006
statistics compiled by Inside
Mortgage Finance - Feb. 23,
2007
** Based on year-end 2006
statistics compiled by Inside
Mortgage Finance - Feb. 9, 2007
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Forever Stamp Cont. from page 1
than right here in Philadelphia
— the ‘Cradle of Liberty,’ —
alongside the Liberty Bell.”
The Forever Stamp will
always be available at the price
of a First-Class Mail stamp in
effect at the time of purchase.
To introduce the stamp to the
public, the Postal Service is
offering the stamp at 41 cents.
Customers may use the stamp
as soon as they wish, but stamp
prices will not change until
May 14. When prices change in
the future, the Forever Stamp
will sell at the new one-ounce,
single-piece First-Class Mail
price.
“The first U.S. postage stamps
appeared in 1847,” Kessler
added, referring to the fivecent Benjamin Franklin stamp
that was good for mailing
letters up to 300 miles, and the
10-cent George Washington
stamp for delivery beyond
that. “Let history now record
that the first Forever Stamp
was dedicated on April 12,
2007, in the birthplace of
American democracy and
bearing the eternal symbol of
American liberty.”
There are no limits on
customer
purchases.
Beginning , April 12, the
Forever Stamp will be
available in booklets of 20
through
http://
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counters
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Customers may also purchase
the stamps from selected Post
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Admissions Representative Needed for Exciting
New Hispanic Program
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The Pueblo County Sheriff ’s Office seeks qualified applicants to
establish an eligibility list for Detention Officer.
Work involves processing and supervising detainees/inmates,
operating the jail facility and performing related duties.
Candidates must be at least 21-years of age, have a high school
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Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer – The Pueblo
County Sheriff’s Office does not discriminate on the basis of race,
color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in employment
or provision of services.
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YARD MAINTENANCE
Yard and Garden
Cleaning, mowing, weeding.
Several private residences
on Mesa Road near Fillmore.
Cash paid each day.
Call Rich: 510-3858
Patio y Jardín
Limpiar, cortar el césped,
y desyerbar, en varias
residencias privadas.
En Mesa Road , cerca
de Fillmore. Pagado
en efectivo cada día.
Llame a Rich: 510-3858
FOSTER PARENT
Foster/AdoptiveParent
Needed
All expenses covered plus
tax free stipend. Call Maple Star
719-271-9644
HELP WANTED/EDUCATION
Pueblo Community College
Counselor for Wellness
Services
Position is responsible for
developing and providing direct
counseling services including crisis
intervention and brief counseling
services on an as needed basis and
will also provide advising and career
services for students. Complete
vacancy announcement and PCC
application can be accessed at
www.pueblocc.edu/aboutus/
employment/. Submit PCC
application, resume, cover letter and
unofficial transcripts to: Pueblo
Community College, Human
Resources Office, 900 W. Orman
Ave., Pueblo, CO 81004, telephone
719-549-3220, FAX 719-549-3127 by
May 11, 2007. EEO/AA Employer.
HELP WANTED
Pueblo Community College
Grant Manager/Writer
Full-time position
responsible for identifying and securing
grants and assisting faculty in preparing
grants.
Complete
vacancy
announcement and PCC application can
be accessed at www.pueblocc.edu/
aboutus/employment. Submit PCC
application, resume, unofficial
transcripts, and letter expressing interest
and addressing listed qualifications to:
Human Resources, Pueblo Community
College, 900 W. Orman Ave., Pueblo,
CO 81004 by May 11, 2007. Telephone
(719)549-3220, FAX (719) 549-3127.
AN EEO/AA EMPLOYER.
SE BUSCA AYUDA
Taylor Farms
Estamos contratando
trabajadores .
Debe tener documentación apropiada.
$6.85 por hora para comenzar.
Aplicar en persona en:
890 N. Newport Road, Colo. Spgs.
Pregunte por Reu
SE BUSCA AYUDA
Cercado
Posición de tiempo completo.
Debe tener licencia válida de conducir
y transporte. Alguna experiencia
y un poco de inglés sería útil.
Cercado de límites.
Tel: 719-650-9594; 719-640-2198
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CD'S & Cassettes
Doreen Martinez’ Award winning
Christian Jesus Praises Music with her new CD
with very beautiful music "Dame Fe"
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Postage paid also available in cassette & CD’s
is Mueveme, Con Fe y Amor. "Santo Es El Señor"
only available in CD.
Cassettes $8 CD’s $10.00
Call Joseph 719-448-0805
BIDS
SEMA Construction, Inc. is requesting sub bids and material
quotes from all UDBE/DBE subcontractors and suppliers to
meet the 3.5% UDBE goal for CDOT Project NH 0405-025,
C12491-ALT. Project consists of reconstruction and bridge
replacement on US 40/287 in Cheyenne County, CO.
Project bids April 26, 2007 at 10:00 AM (MT).
SEMA Construction, Inc. 7353 S. Eagle St., Centennial, CO 80112
(303) 627-2600; (303) 627-2626 fax. All UDBE/DBE firms are encouraged to
participate. Bonding, lines of credit, and special insurance limits may be
required; please contact SEMA for assistance. EOE.
BIDS
HELP WANTED
BILINGUAL
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT
Perform receptionist, administrative, &
clerical duties to support the agency.
Must be Spanish & English speaking,
well organized, and detail oriented.
Must have excellent multi-tasking,
phone, computer, written, &
interpersonal skills. PT(24 hrs/week)/
benefits.
Send resumes to T·E·S·S·A,
P.O. Box 2662, C/S, CO 80901
or fax 632-2342 Attn: Lisa T.
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HELP WANTED/PROFESSIONAL
HELP WANTED / PART TIME
23 Police Departments
Work from home
Take a single test that places
you in an applicant pool for
prospective hiring with 23
police departments. The
jurisdictions participating in the
COPS Program span a large area
of approximately 22,000 square
miles that includes most of the
Front Range, from Windsor in
the north to Fountain in the
south. This large coverage area
also stretches outside the Front
Range, east to Fort Morgan and
west to Eagle. Visit
www.drcog.org (training and
testing) or
call 303 480-6714.
and earn over $600.00
weekly. Applicants must be
over 18 yrs.
Please call Mrs. Sabel:
(859) 963-2464 or email
your full name, sex and age
to: [email protected]
EVERY SATURDAY 9 A.M.
Tools, Appliances,
Electronics, Furniture,
Miscellaneous, Antiques &
Collectibles.
Preview every Friday 8-5
HELP WANTED/HOTEL/MOTEL
NOW HIRING!
Comfort Suites & Sleep Inn
Need Housekeeping help
Address:
1055/1075 Kelly Johnson Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
Ph: (719) 536-0152
Se Habla Español
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SEMA Construction, Inc. is requesting sub bids and material
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Project bids April 27, 2007 at 11:00 AM (MT).
AUTO AUCTION
SEMA Construction, Inc. 7353 S. Eagle St., Centennial, CO 80112 (303) 6272600; (303) 627-2626 fax. All M/WBE firms are encouraged to participate.
Bonding, lines of credit, and special insurance limits may be required; please
contact SEMA for assistance. EOE
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HOMES FOR SALE
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Desede $10,000!
1-3 Recamaras Disponibles Hoy!
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APTS. FOR RENT/CENTRAL
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Utilities included (no electric) $625 a
month. 1 bedroom+1bath.
All utilities included.$395 a
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Ofrecemos una gran variedad de
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APTS. FOR RENT
FREE RENT*
*Call for details!
1 & 3 bedroom apts.
Dishwasher, ceiling fans,
large windows, walk-in closets,
playground, heated pool, small pets
ok, $99 deposit. Se Habla Espanol.
El Dorado Apts. 596-3373
MANUFACTURED HOMES
SPECIAL
PRICING
For Sale or Rent to own
2 Bedroom Mobile Homes
Starting at $500 month
and up
including Space.
Just a Few Homes Left
Colorado Springs Police Dept. Vehicle
Impound Auction.
Every 3rd Saturday of the month
2725 E Las Vegas CSC
Next Auction Sat. April 21st
Gates open and registration begins at
7:00 AM.
Sale starts and registration ends at
9:00 AM.
NO REGISTRATIONS AFTER 9:00
COME EARLY!
Auctioneer will sell vehicles in
English and Spanish.
For vehicle listing take the link from
my webpage www.adamkevil.com
AUTOMOTIVE SALES
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Helping to increase your
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HELP WANTED
ELECTRICAL PROJECT
MANAGER
Local Established Company seeking
Project Manager with experience in all
phases of Electrical. Government
Experience a plus.
Salary & Benefits DOE.
Qualifications to [email protected],
or apply in person
967 East Fillmore Street,
M-F 9am-3pm. EEO/AA
Call 719-544-8044
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APARTMENT/TOWN HOMES
Garden Apartments
offer one and two bedroom
apartments, and three and four
bedroom townhouses. We also
offer units for persons with
handicaps and disabilities. All
utilities are included. All units are
subsidized through
the Section 8 program.
Call Darlene at (719) 574-3874
for information.
HELP WANTED/EDUCATION
Otero Junior College
OJC is accepting applications for
Coordinator of Education
Technology
Minimum qualification is an Associates
Degree and two years of computer and
web technology experience. Salary
range is $32,000 - $35,000. For a
detailed job announcement, contact
Marlene Boettcher, Director of Human
Resources, 1802 Colorado Ave., La
Junta, CO 81050, 719-384-6824 or visit
the OJC employment page at
www.ojc.edu. Application Deadline is
April 30, 2007. Otero Junior College is
an Equal Opportunity/Title IX/Section
504 employer.
¡Comience tiempo parcial o tiempo completo!
¡Potencial de ingreso ilimitado!
Intérpretes de español disponibles para explicar la
oportunidad del negocio.
Júntese a un líder nacional!
in Colorado Springs
Llame a 719-599-8790
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SALUD
Tests That Can Help Save Your Life
hispanianews.com
General Dentistry
Complete Set of
Dentures $800
Both Upper & Lower
Immediate Dentures
Extra Charge for X-rays
and Extractions
Family Dentistry
Leo Rodriguez, D.D.S.
Se Habla Español
719-596-3939
1304 N. Academy Blvd., Suite 104
Rocky Ford Community Helps Promote Health And Wellness During Stroke
Awareness Month
Residents living in and
around the Rocky Ford, Colo.,
community can be screened to
reduce their risk of having a
stroke. Life Line Screening will
be at the First Christian Church
on May 8th. The site is located
at 400 S 9th St in Rocky Ford.
Appointments will begin at
9:00 a.m.
A stroke, also known as a
“brain attack”, is ranked as the
third leading killer in the
world, and the second among
women. Through preventive
screenings, the risk of having
a stroke can be greatly reduced.
This is particularly timely
during May which is Stroke
Awareness Month.
Screenings are fast, painless
and low cost. They involve the
use of ultrasound technology,
and scan for potential health
problems related to: blocked
arteries which can lead to a
stroke, aortic aneurysms which
can lead to a ruptured aorta,
and hardening of the arteries
in the legs, which are a strong
predictor of heart disease. Also
offered for men and women, is
a bone density screening to
assess
their
risk
for
osteoporosis.
“My surgeon said ‘I was a
stroke waiting to happen’ even
though I felt fine." Dolores
Huebinger – Glenwood
Spring, Colo.
All four screenings take less
than an hour to complete. A
complete wellness package,
including the Stroke/Carotid
Artery, Abdominal Aortic
Aneurysm, Ankle Brachial
Index (hardening of the
arteries) and Osteoporosis
screenings, is only $139 (a
savings of $41!).
Life Line Screening was
established in 1993, and has
since become the nation’s
leading provider of vascular
screenings. Over 85 ultrasound
teams are on staff to travel to
your local community,
bringing the screenings to you.
These
non-invasive,
inexpensive and painless,
ultrasound tests help people
identify their risk for stroke,
vascular
diseases
or
osteoporosis early enough for
their physician to begin
preventive procedures.
For more information
regarding the screenings or to
schedule an appointment, call
1-800-697-9721 or visit us on
the
web
at
www.lifelinescreening.com.
TRICARE Supports Beneficiaries
Participating In Medicare’s Renal Disease
Demonstrations
The TRICARE Management
Activity (TMA) is coordinating
benefits with Medicare to
make it easier for beneficiaries
with end-stage renal disease to
participate in three Medicare
demonstrations.
Medicare is offering patients
with end-stage renal disease
the opportunity to enroll in
three demonstrations in
multiple counties in Alabama,
Arizona,
California,
Connecticut,
Georgia,
Massachusetts, Pennsylvania,
Tennessee
and
Texas.
TRICARE is acting as second
payer for TRICARE covered
services for beneficiaries
participating
in
these
demonstrations.
“TRICARE supports
Dr. James T. Heiberger Medicina General
Le atendemos en Español
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Lunes a Jueves 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Haga su cita con “Norma Rodríguez”. Le ofrecemos cita para el mismo día y emergencias
Permita que el Dr. Heiberger le atienda y le explique sobre cualquier
problema de salud que usted tenga en Español
Aceptamos la mayoría de los Seguros Médicos, tamibién Medicare, Medicaid, etc.
• Práctica Familiar
• Chequeos y cuidados médicos para su Bebé
• Emergencias Menores
• Inmunización para Niños (Vacunas)
• Chequeos médicos para la salud de la mujer
(Papanicolao, Etc.)
• Exámenes Físicos Anuales
• Exámenes Fisicos para Escuelas y Deportes
• Exámenes Físicos para Trabajo
• Alta Presion
• Pruebas para la Diabetes
• Exámenes Físicos para Transportes (D.O.T.)
Llame a nuestra operadora y haga una cita
Le aseguramos que le atenderemos lo más pronto posible.
Es una promesa del Dr. Heiberger, que se preocupa por usted.
Si usted tiene o no seguro...Le ayudamos,
Descuentos para pacientes sin Seguro Médico que paguen el mismo
día
Medicare’s efforts in this area,”
said Army Maj. Gen. Elder
Granger, deputy director,
TRICARE
Management
Activity. “We hope our
collaboration with Medicare
on these demonstrations will
improve care for our
beneficiaries with end-stage
renal disease.”
These demonstrations will
increase the opportunity for
Medicare beneficiaries with
end-stage renal disease to
receive integrated disease
management services.
The demonstrations will test
the effectiveness of disease
management models to
increase quality of care for
these patients while ensuring
they receive care more
effectively and efficiently. At
the same time, Medicare will
assess alternatives for paying
for services these beneficiaries
receive. Beneficiaries who
would like to participate in a
demonstration for end-stage
renal disease should speak
with a representative at their
dialysis center to learn if one
is available in their area.
TRICARE Management
Activity,
the
Defense
Department agency that
administers the health care
plan for the uniformed
services, retirees and their
families, serves more than 9.1
million eligible beneficiaries
worldwide.
Forever Stamp Cont. from page 15
Teller Machines (ATMs) and
Automated Postal Centers will
begin offering the Forever
Stamp in sheets of 18. Also,
many
participating
convenience stores, grocery
stores, drug stores and other
retailers will also begin selling
Forever Stamp booklets of 20.
An independent federal
agency, the U.S. Postal Service
is the only delivery service that
visits 146 million homes and
businesses, six days a week.
It has 37,000 retail locations
and relies on the sale of
postage, products, and services
to cover its operating expenses.
The Postal Service has annual
revenues of $73 billion and
delivers nearly half the world’s
mail.
638.4548
Fax: 638.4571
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Nearly 3.5 million Hispanic kids have no health insurance
Events planned thru April 29 to support reauthorization of government insurance programs for kids, enroll eligible families
More than 1,000 events will be
held across the county during
Cover the Uninsured Week
(April 23-29) to help millions
of uninsured Hispanic children
obtain low-cost or free health
care coverage.
The activities are planned as
part of Cover the Uninsured
Week,
a
nonpartisan,
nationwide effort to urge U.S.
leaders to make health
coverage for Americans a top
priority.
This event has become the
largest,
nonpartisan
mobilization in history seeking
solutions for the 45 million of
Americans who are uninsured.
This year, Cover the Uninsured
Week comes at a critical time,
with Congress working to
reauthorize
the
State
Children’s Health Insurance
Program (SCHIP).
Enacted in 1997, SCHIP
provides each state with
federal funds for a health
insurance program for
vulnerable
children.
Organizers of the Week say that
if America’s leaders fail to
renew and sufficiently fund
SCHIP, millions of children
who desperately need health
insurance
will
remain
uninsured and without
adequate health care.
There are nearly 3.5 million
Hispanic uninsured children
according to the latest
government statistics, and
Hispanic kids are more likely
to be uninsured than nonHispanic white or black
children. Experts say most of
these children are likely
eligible for low-cost or free
health care coverage through
SCHIP, but have not yet
enrolled.
“Hispanic children are more
likely than any others to be
uninsured, but thanks to
programs like SCHIP, many of
these kids are eligible for
health coverage programs,”
said Risa Lavizzo-Mourey,
M.D., M.B.A., president and
CEO of the Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation.
“For five years, volunteers
have responded to Cover the
Uninsured Week by helping to
enroll eligible kids in SCHIP,
administering a great deal of
needed and preventive care
and raising awareness about
children’s health coverage and
the overall issue of the
uninsured.
Thanks to their hard work,
solving America’s health
coverage crisis is now near the
top of the political agenda for
our elected leaders and
presidential candidates, and
that’s right where it belongs.”
Thousands of people will
participate April 23-29 in
thousands of Cover the
Uninsured Week community
service and education events
held in every state.
Planned activities include
SCHIP enrollment events,
seminars for business owners,
town hall discussions, campus
activities and faith-based
events.
Now in its fifth year, Cover the
Uninsured Week brings together
business owners, union
members, educators, students,
patients, physicians, nurses,
faith leaders and their
congregants,
and
organizations in all 50 states
and the District of Columbia to
demand that our nation’s
leaders find solutions for the
nearly 45 million Americans
living
without
health
insurance, especially the
almost 9 million children
without insurance.
“It is essential that all children
regardless of race have access
to health care. That is why
health insurance and programs
like SCHIP are critical to the
overall health and success of
our kids,” said LavizzoMourey.
“Children need this type
coverage to stay healthy and
succeed in life. That’s why
events are being held across
the country to highlight the
success of children’s coverage
programs and demonstrate the
need for these programs to be
fully funded.”
In addition to the Robert
Wood Johnson Foundation,
organizations sponsoring
Cover the Uninsured Week
include the U.S. Chamber of
Commerce,
AFL-CIO,
Healthcare
Leadership
Council, AARP, United Way of
America, American Medical
Association, National Medical
Association, American Nurses
Association, Families USA,
Blue Cross and Blue Shield
Association, America’s Health
Insurance Plans, American
Hospital
Association,
Federation of American
Hospitals, Catholic Health
Association of the United
States, Service Employees
International Union, National
Alliance for Hispanic Health,
The California Endowment
and W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
To locate enrollment events
being held across America,
discover ways to get involved,
learn more about SCHIP or
read about the issue, log on to
www.CoverTheUninsured.org.
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COMMUNITY NEWS
Joint Statement From The Alliance For Excellent Education
The Center For American Progress, Jobs For The Future And The
National Council Of La Raza (NCLR) On The Introduction Of The
Graduation Promise Act
Today, four national
organizations committed to
improving
educational
outcomes for America’s high
school students applaud the
introduction of the Graduation
Promise Act (GPA).
The GPA is designed to
improve high schools and
reduce dropout rates, and was
introduced today by U.S.
Senators Jeff Bingaman, DNM, Richard Burr, R-NC, and
Health, Education, Pensions
and
Labor
Committee
Chairman Edward Kennedy,
D-MA.
The GPA is enthusiastically
supported by the Alliance for
Excellent Education, the
Center for American Progress,
Jobs for the Future, and the
National Council of La Raza.
“America is facing a dropout
crisis,” said John Podesta,
President and CEO of the
Center for American Progress.
“This crisis was the impetus
behind our report, Addressing
America’s Dropout Challenge,
co-authored with Jobs for the
Future, and is the big flashing
sign saying ‘Act Now’ that
Congress should heed.”
In America today, two in
three students leave high
school unprepared for college
or the modern workplace.
The U.S. Department of Labor
projects that almost 90 percent
of the fastest growing U.S. jobs
require at least some
postsecondary education.
The nation’s fifteen-year-olds,
when measured against their
counterparts
in
other
industrialized nations, rank
fifteenth in reading, twentythird in math, and thirtieth in
problem-solving skills.
“We know what can and
should be done to end the
dropout crisis in this country,”
said Gov. Bob Wise, President
of the Alliance for Excellent
Education
and
former
governor of West Virginia.
“By targeting resources to
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solutions proven to work, the
GPA turns knowledge into
action. These Senators have
shown the will; their
legislation shows the way.
Congress should pass the GPA
to help make ‘every child a
graduate’ a reality.”
For minority and low-income
students, the situation is
especially dire.
High school students living in
low-income families drop out
of school at six times the rate
of their peers from highincome families, and only
about 55 percent of Black
students and 52 percent of
Hispanic students graduate on
time from high school with a
regular diploma, compared to
78 percent of White students.
“Forty years ago, the United
States led the world in high
school graduation rates; it now
ranks seventeenth,” said
Marlene B. Seltzer, President
and CEO of Jobs for the Future.
“We are moving in the wrong
direction.
The GPA answers the need to
move forward and ensure that
all students stay in school and
graduate ready for college and
work.”
“It’s unacceptable that
slightly more than half of
Latino and African American
students graduate from high
school,” said Janet Murguía,
President and CEO of the
National Council of La Raza,
the largest national Hispanic
civil rights and advocacy
organization in the U.S.
“The Graduation Promise Act
will help reverse these trends
by focusing attention and
resources on this critical issue.”
The GPA authorizes $2.5 billion
in new funding to:
— Create a federal-state-local
secondary school reform
partnership focused on
transforming the nation’s
lowest performing high
schools;
— Build capacity for high
school improvement and
provide resources to ensure
high school educators and
students facing the highest
challenges receive the support
they need to succeed;
— Strengthen state systems to
identify, differentiate among,
and target the level of reform
and resources necessary to
improve low performing high
schools
and
ensure
transparency
and
accountability for that process;
— Advance the research and
development needed to ensure
a robust supply of highly
effective secondary school
models for those most at risk
of being left behind and
identify the most effective
reforms;
— Support states to align their
policies and systems to meet
the goal of college and careerready graduation for all
students.
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