The Santa Fe New Mexican from Santa Fe, New Mexico on June 26, 1958 · 19
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The Santa Fe New Mexican from Santa Fe, New Mexico · 19

Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Thursday, June 26, 1958
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Thursday. June 26, 1958 THE NEW MEXICAN 19 . - ..-. . 'A, ''Jm .- . . - j. . -s. Sj - V, ""4 ( . -j& RICO ALANIZ Movie Heavy Feels AtHome In Santa Fe On Santa Fe: Nothing offends the eye here. There are no straight lines. I seem to feel I've been here before. The people in Santa Fe don't try to be hospitable and friendly, they don't work at it. They are. To Rico Alaniz, Mexican-born heavy in the Walt Disney troupe filming The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca, coming to Santa Fe is almost like coming home. This is closer to what I imagined as home as a child. His native Juarez does not live up to the childhood picture. A mafure man, a character player, Alaniz falls into the category of an old pro, the professional actor who has a job to do and isnt particularly concerned with frills. Very few people recognize me from one role to another, he comments, although he has been In the business for several years. He works in 35 to 40 television shows a! year, plus movies. In the Baca story, he portrays the shameless one, a real villain-type whom Baca trails to Mexico and captures. He is quite at home in westerns. He has been riding since a child, has taught his wife to ride, is a regular customer at California horse stables. Most of the wranglers like me, he confides, because I know how to treat a horse. Generally, when on location, Alaniz writes notes to his wife, not letters. In Santa Fe, he says, he has been writing short books. After finishing this film he plans to return to California, pick up his wife and family and vacation in Mexico. Before he crosses the border he will stop in Santa Fe again, so my wife can see what Ive been! writing aboutf Alaniz was born in Juarez, but he will bring his wife home, for a time, to Santa Fe. Carroll Riglilcr Astrology Forecast Of The Stars . Thursday, June 26, 1958 ARIES (March 21 to April 19) A.M. opportunity arises to work successfully with some very close kin that will be mutually beneficial. Be sure- that your insurance, government papers are all in order. P.M. you may feel very nervous. Do nothing .Ainusual. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Morning conferences with business personnel bring about fine new methods and greater prestige, more business. Get in touch with advertising firms, too. P.M. dont let a nervous household member disturb you. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) By laboring diligently today, you pile up fine benefits both for self as well as those working in conjunction with you. Be very practical. P.M. dont get careless, or you are apt to have a mishap of some sort. FOR YOUR COPY of Carroll Righters individual 16 page Forecast for July send your birth date and 50 cents in coin (no stamps) to Carrol! Righter Forecast, The New Mexican, Box 1895, Grand Central Sta., N. Y MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to july 21 (A.M. is splendid for getting physical condition and personal appearance in A-l condition and for putting any real plans in operation. Tonight take care not to plunge heavily ylnto any deals as aspects are bad. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Give full and calm attention to anything practical in your life in A.M. Dont reach decisions too quickly , or dwell on the impossible. Better give heed to advice of family ties, too, and mind own business strictly. Be courteous. -VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) A day for activity. Shop, buy, sell, get car repaired, as many tesks out of the way as possible. P.M. although you may feel somewhat frustrated and tired, relax and be kind to all. Attend to personal affairs. ' LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) It is possible for you to- solve your own problems nicely today, but don't hesitate to get good t advice from financial experts, too. P.M. take care you are not too demanding, Be tactful. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) A.M fine for intimate duties. Later is fine time for getting out of dull routine and into something more lucrative and interesting. Tonight avoid that angry, puffed- executive who could give you a bad time. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Are you certain just what you want to do in the future and do you know all the secret ramifications in connection with interest? Now is the time to look well into them. Tonight, steer clear of newfound friends. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) In A.M. a very loyal pal gives you remarkable ideas how to gain your fondest ambitions. Show gratitude in some tangible way. Tonight take care you do not jeopardize friendships through some show of jealousy or bad temper. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Today you comprehend exactly how a Bigwig can assist you best. But first be sure your credit is A-l and all other affairs are under perfect control. P.M. steer clear of that annoyed associate who is on the warpath.. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mary 20) Splendid day for digging up all that technical knowledge you require from library, periodicals, paper, and from experts. 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