Santa Fe New Mexican, April 30, 2005

Santa Fe New Mexican

April 30, 2005

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New Mexican (Newspaper) - April 30, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE SANTA FE Serving New Mexico for 156years SATURDAY APRIL 30 2005 FIFTY CENTS COMING SUNDAY I Santa Fe Real Estate Guide I Find timely gardening tips the latest news on residential developments and more attend of Nations Driver charged in mans Photos by Wes New Mexican More than dancers from across the country fill the floor of The Pit In Albuquerque on Friday during the Grand Entry of Dancers at the 22nd annual Gathering of Nations Powwow the largest such gathering In the country The event was sold out Friday night and the venue was fifled to capacity The Associated Press LBUQUERQUE The Gathering of Nations always begins with a memo rial song to honor singers friends and rela tives who have died in the past year On Friday the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians were in the hearts of the participants of what is billed as the largest powwow in the world A 16yearold shot nine people to death at the reservations high school and then turned the gun on himself March 21 Delana Smith of Red Lake traveled from reservation in northern Min nesota to rhand in her Miss Indian World crown atrthe end of her oneyear reign at the 22nd of Nations here on hand as powwow vet eran Charlie Tailfeathers lined up dozens of jingle dancers and introduced an honor song by the Northern Cree Singers We are losing an Indian child every Tailfeathers said Pray and help wipe the tears for our brothers and sis ters of Red The powwow began Friday and will run through A total of American Indians from around the country were registered to compete for in cash and prizes in the dancing and drumming categories An additional were expected to annual pilgrimage to Albuquerque is a time for Indians from across North America to commune andcommingle while surrounded by the best traditional music and dancing Its like a family said George Shields one of the arena directors The fourday event continues through Sunday and is open to the public Oneday tickets are and include admission to an Indian traders market Ronda Todechine of Chinle a participant in the Miss Indian World contest watches the action Friday The winner of the multiday pageant will be crowned at 9 tonight and besides reigning for a year will get prize money a travel stipend to attend other powwows and a fourday ocean cruise By HENRY M LOPEZ The New Mexican A traffic accident in an apartmentcomplex parking lot mushroomed out of con trol Friday ending up with a Santa Fe man being dragged more than a mile along Zepol and Airport roads Police arrested the driver of the car Amber Richter of Santa Fe later Friday on charges of reckless driving and great bodily harm by motor vehicle Jaime of Santa Fe was taken to St Vincent Regional Medical Center for treatment after he fell from the moving car he was holding onto A hospital spokesman said Sandoval was expected to be treated and released Friday night Sandoval had been driv ing his Ford Mustang in the parking lot of the San Rafael Please see DRIVER Page A4 Academy promotes genetic tinkering By PAUL ELIAS The Associated Press RENO Nev On a farm about six miles outside this gambling town Jason Cham berlain looks over a flock of about 50 smelly sheep many of them possessing partially human livers hearts brains and other organs The University of Nevada Reno researcher talks mat teroffactly about his plans to euthanize one of the pregnant sheep in a nearby lab He cant wait to examine the effects of the human cells he had injected into the fetus brain about two months ago Its mice on a large Chamberlain says with a shrug As strange as his work may Please see GENETIC Page A6 INSIDE TODAY Annies MaJtro 05 Local news Bi Business C5 Lotteries B2 Classifieds E3 Opinion A5 Comics 06 Religion D3 Crossword D5 Scoreboard C2 Horoscope D5 Sports Cl Todays obituaries Aaron Nevarez April 30 Joseph Morgan 65 Santa Fe April 21 Patrick Sandlin April 26 Petfita Vigil 76 Santa Fe April 28 Page Br2 Todays forecast Partly cloudy and breezy High 60 low 29 Page B2 A winning pair Hyundai and Kia unveil a strong hand to take on a full house of small SUVs The Tucson and Sportage represent a significant new attack on the market Can Trucks El Five sections 36 pages TV Book 56 pages 156th year Issue No 120 Publication No 596440 Late paper Mte 9840363 9863000 Vietnam celebrates long journey from war ByTINITRAN The Associated Press HO CHI MINH CITY Vietnam Vietnam celebrated the communist victory over a backed government early today parading its troops down the same boulevard along which tanks rolled to smash into the Presidential Palace of South Vietnam 30 years ago Watched by the countrys top leaders and legendary figures like Gen Vo Nguyen Giap soldiers government workers and performers marched with red flags waving toward the palace gates Hundreds of aging veterans their chests dripping with medals watched from the side lines Authorities also began releasing prisoners across the country in a mass amnesty declared for the celebrations Earlier in the week officials said they would free a total of inmates including 16 political and religious dissidents who had been jailed for crimes against national secu rity or causing social disorder fanfare in Hanoi on Friday focused on reminding Vietnamese of the sacrifices made in The Associated Piess A Vietnamese prisoner at Blhn Thuan prison lis tens to speeches Friday during amnesty ceremo nies near the town of Thu Due before more than prisoners were released a decadeslong struggle first against a colonial French regime and then South Viet nam Giant billboards of Ho Chi Minh Vietnams revolutionary leader dominated the parade Please see WAR Page A3 Inside Since the war ended 30 years ago lingering explosives have killed nearly Vietnam ese and maimed more than others To the Vietnamese Saigons fall to communist forces on April is ancient history The country has moved on and residents seldom speak of what they call the American War PageD1 ;

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