Cantu, Juanita Rosales, 1950-
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence relating to Juanita R. Cantu vs. United States Custom Service, Civil Action No. 76-B-6. Includes multiple letters from U.S. Senators Lloyd Bentsen and John Tower and U.S. Representative Kika de la Garza.
Includes U.S. Civil Service forms, including notification of personnel action, notification of basic pay change; Mrs. Cantu's financial statements, IRS Form W4, cash receipts, etc. Also includes signed settlement letter from U.S. Attorney J.A. Canales addressed to attorney James C. Harrington.
Juanita Rosales Cantu talks about her life, including: her childhood, working as a migrant worker, her battle with breast cancer, medicine in the United States, her time as a mother, UTPA, pesticide related illnesses, and her time working with U.S. Customs Service. She also tells of family stories, including: bootlegging, violence against Hispanics, and U.S. Customs Service.
Documents relating to Juanita R. Cantu vs. United States Custom Service, Civil Action No. 76-B-6. Includes Satisfaction of Judgment (Feb 1979), Stipulation for Settlement (14 Aug 1978), and multiple copies of the Order of Dismissal (14 Aug 1978).