Colorado Springs Hispania News in Colorado-Springs, Colorado 5 Jan 1994
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Colorado Springs Hispania News (Newspaper) - January 5, 1994, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Page 6 5 de Enero de 1994 hispania nets Pueblo demos to attend inaugural Ball Quot Recuerdo Chicano politics president elect Clinton keeps Promise of diversity in appointments president la acct Clinton in keeping with his Campaign Promise to create a government that a looks like America Quot has appointed a diverse group of senior administration officials. The group includes eight women two of whom Are african american four african american males and two hispanics. Henry Cisneros and Fredrico Pena Pena s appointment was one of the final decisions to be made he was nominated As Secretary of transp nation on Christmas eve. Earlier in the month Henry Cisneros was appointed As Secretary of the department of housing and Urban development Hud. This is the chief Agency responsible for addressing Urban decay. Hie Agency seeks to rebuild communities rundown by poverty come or unemployment the Agency also administers mortgage insurance programs rental subsidies for Low income families anti Laws in neighbourhood housing and rehab Lauon programs by or. David a Sand Val a who if not us a a when if not we learn can our be mis Ety a it it a inpatient am what a class student St of his Ess i can ions be sigm i he ques is Are the n. 3 Chavez it of Chi-18 to his he was Tes to be with the am their ack pre tics con go and Diana Ortiz with president elect Clinton when he question posed by Mariano Chavez to his son. They arc prepared to defend their people because they have become prepared to do so. A new age requires new knowledge and Chicano realize that american politics is the a Ian Guage of Power the language of county clerk cons Munoz labor Leader Gilbert Ortiz economist John Ribal. Pueblo demo Rel d Ortii i or Crynn visited Pueblo before the election. The state. Through grass roots politics our leadership provided the base for Pena. Cisneros and Clinton Diana Ortiz made the new presidents acquaintance when she catered the presidential party on a stay in Pueblo. The Arkansas governor did t just eat he visited with the Ortiz duo Diana and Gilbert and then the caucus began to move. Countless meetings let a a a a a a a a rim rom a it no Rcd representative Bill Richardson and Federico Pena As Well As others arc Able to negotiate with National leaders because we showed them the support they needed. As i drove Federico to the Airport he commented about How much he loved the Pueblo people for their support and told the other dignitaries How Pueblo Chicano walked precincts for him in his campaigns for the Nln Rivltt Unicel Nanri amt Chr ins my Spanis Frederc agent of the i Cist. The Btl. Was or vice f preside world youth Day �?T93 is Here fiesta Day Gran Exito Antonio Aguilar Velve a la Ciudad a a Padrino de us Hijo fiesta Queen Maria Campo basks in glory of fiesta Day Colorado school for the deaf and Blind 112 la senior George Baca was tied with Erie Penfold of Wiggins with Only seconds left in the match when he scored a take Down and put Penfold on his Back to get an 11-6 state championship win. Pot Diane Weipert a Pant a news staff writer pot la Primera Vez in Machos Artos be podia Verel de Antonio Aguilar Encl Coots grandstand Del Colorado state fair Al Domingo por la Noche. Canid con us Esposa rot Sil vestry y sus Hijos Antonio y Pep y Montaron sus Maravillos Caballos Anda Luces. On sunday in Pueblo Maria Campos was Riding on the wisps of glory. She had the Opportunity to live out what Many Little girls love to fantasize about being the Queen. She was in High demand for interviews pictures and just to be seen and spoken with. A i had no idea what an Honor it Damp a s George Baca earns state title by Diane Weipert his Pama news staff writer
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