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Brownsville The Herald (Newspaper) - June 15, 1995, Brownsville, Texas FOR bridge near Laredo 13 Meyer leaving 14 de cambio 1 dollar 6.11 de cambio 6.20 pesos 1 on the 4th of July 1892 June 15,1995 wins NBA PATRICIA A. GONZAliZ Herald Staff a blue Orlando Magic Viro Cardenas proudly paraded along the aisles of a local that Houston Rocket fans yelled as Cardenas served dinner at The Vermillion Wednesday yelled and threw paper balls at him but Cardenas didn't a few of us that do go for the other Cardenas jokingly told customer Fred Cuevas after he made fun of his related Story on page 14 said he would make the police blotter for throwing shirt into a pot of frijoles a la been throwing everything at me that they have in Cardenas said with a of people gathered at local restaurants and bars to watch the Houston Rockets play Orlando Magic in the NBA Finals of the crowd roared for the home state's already kicking Eva Elizondo going to do it photo by Greg m a basketball fens chugged on their beers while others took tequila shots when their idols made a showed his spirit by wearing a watch game Tuesday night Cafe Artemis jersey and was to bring my I was said at Cafe if they win the fourth game it will be a chewed on napkins while others bit their guys are proving themselves that they're the banker Rene Sayas said of the Rockets before were considered in the 1 never lost faith in Martinez shared a similar can just go to the magic kingdom and wish upon a remain in double photo by Brad and Janie Esparza leave J.P. Tony without top Vega out of LAURA B. MARTINEZ Valley Morning couple whose trailer home was the scene of a Saturday double murder surrendered to authorities Wednesday after learning arrest warrants on drug charges had been issued against 34, and 103, No. 343 Mostly sunny with highs in the lower 90s. partly cloudy Lows in the lower 70s. 35, of No. 82 Palm Vista escorted by their turned themselves over to Cameron County sheriffs deputies Wednesday Chief Deputy Joe Elizardi said they hope the couple's arrest will unravel unanswered questions mysterious deaths of Leonardo 33, and Annette 31, of 1609 E. Monroe in were shot and killed Saturday inside the trailer home at the Palm Vista Estates mobile home park west of Palm Page 12) LISA RICHWINE States News In addition to his congressional last Rep. Solomon earned between and from investments and properties he according to documents released also had seats at the World Cup Soccer championships and the Super Bowl as a guest of private congressman's assets were listed between and But he also has including mortgages on two that range from to of who earn a are required to disclose their outside assets and liabilities and any travel they did not pay but only in broad They do not have to report the value of their primary requires the reporting to avoid Mars company flew Ortiz and his Solomon to the World Cup in Los Angeles and paid for food and lodging for four days last said Cathy Ortiz's Tile total cost was not and his son also travelled to the Super Bowl in last January as guests the Kodak About half of the House of Representatives typically attend the Travis congressman's other trips included two to sponsored by the Port of was intended to encourage Taiwanese businesses to invest in the The other was a nine-day conference sponsored by tlie U.S. Environ Page 12) ANTHONY GRAY Herald Staff the absence this week of City Manager Andy the city may be without an operational according to a section of the Brownsville City the city's the city's CEO who left town Saturday to attend the Government Finance Officers Association annual conference in named Planning Director Larry Brown and grant writer Judy to act in his behalf until he returns on June 19. City mandates that Commission approval be obtained before an acting city manager can be a former assistant city was 19 22 18 19 6 17 19 2 17 13 for baby judge gives three years and Manager Andy by Vega to act in his behalf through is serving in Vega's place until city manager oversees the Page 12) Poll Pedro reaction from city employees was their applause echoing around city hall as though Paris had just been Don the acting Interim deputy assistant city manager while Andy Vega and his cronies were walked around the city offices with all the class and poise of a scarfed David Geffen stepping into a four-day week for Don Pedro said as the crowd hushed to listen to the old His plan to liberate city hall were interrupted when he awoke from his midday LISA MARIE GOMEZ Herald Staff A woman accused of stealing a baby was sentenced to three years in jail Wednesday by a state district 34, was sentenced on a of Botello was accused of stealing a baby from Laura Lugo nearly three years Marcelino Benavides said that Botello will have a chance today to be placed on probation for three years and agree to pay 40,000 new which is about said if Botello chooses to be placed on she will have to show up at the office every 15 days for the next three am sure that committed a crime I had any if I thought that she might be then 1 would have let But to me she's did not show up for her sentencing because Mexican law states that she does not have to attend and she was not available for comment said Botello didn't get a stiffer sentence because was said that Lugo at first reported that she willingly gave up her baby to Botello and later changed her story to say that that her baby had been former said that if Botello is guilty of child trafficking then Lugo should ho charged with the same very if she's guilty of buying a child then there has to be a Juarez dictates that if there was a then there has to be a seller and that has to be so if is then Laura is guilty he believes that the trafficking of minor charges is the made a and if 1 made a then there is another place to resolve could have stopped this 1 do believe that was charged with the right Page 12)
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