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There are things about Arroyo Lindo that initially seem incongruous; it is not the type of place where one would expect to find as many nutritional problems as were indicated by the nutritional surveys of the early 1980's (Valencia 1980; 1981). Arroyo Lindo is a relatively large village (1713 inhabitants [Estado de Sonora 1980]), but its population has not grown greatly in recent years, due to extensive migration. The out-migration is of two types - that of adults, and that of children who are sent to Hermosillo for advanced schooling (until 1976 there was no secondary school in Arroyo Lindo).
Mr. Garcia is seen as operating on behalf of the Zepeda family. This is plausible, as it in the Zepeda family's interest, because were the ejido not completely occupied with trying to obtain domain over the lands to which it believes it legally has title, it long ago would have sought an expansion into the lands of the Zepeda family. At the present things have quieted down on this front, but a few years back there was violence on both sides, and ejido members were repeatedly jailed. THE EJIDO ARROYO LINDO The last land group in Arroyo Lindo is the Ejido Arroyo Lindo (1,236 hectares), consisting of 30 members.
Note, however, that this distribution still results in a daily wage that is above the minimum [80% of 630 = 504 pesos/day - Jan. 1983]). Yet the cattle must eat, or they will produce nothing at all. Fortunately, the increases in cheese prices have enabled people to at least hold their ground against inflation. THE CRITICAL INGREDIENTS 33 Furthermore, the villagers are increasingly forced into the least profitable end of the cattle business. If one is buying food for cattle, then those cattle that are not producing income must be sold.
Analytical Index to Publications of Texas Folklore Society, Vols 1-36 by James T. Bratcher