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Publication: Santa Fe New Mexican August 12, 2005

New Mexican (Newspaper) - August 12, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico Locally owned and independent Serving New Mexico years The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE No one came forward Thursday to claim a million Pow erball jackpot according to the New Mexico Lottery Authority The only ticket for Wednesday nights Power ball drawing that matched all six numbers was sold in New Mexico The winning THE SANTA FE FRIDAY AUGUST 12 2005 FIFTY CENTS jackpot waiting to be claimed The winner didnt come in today or give us a call We just have to hope that its not because they dont realize they have the winning numbers were 13 31 36 38 49 and a Powerball of 2 The winner didnt come in today or give us a LANCE ROSS lottery spokesman lottery spokesman Lance Ross said Thursday We just have to hope that its not because they dont realize they have the winning ticket but because theyre doing all their homework like we rec Ross said the winner should sign the ticket and seek legal and financial advice before claiming the jackpot The prize must be claimed within 90 days The winner can choose a cash or annuity option when claiming the prize After fed eral and state taxes the cash option would be worth just over million Ross said The annuity would be worth 30 payments of million Tijeras man wins Page A10 after taxes More than tickets were sold for Wednesdays drawing Ross said Powerball created in 1992 and launched in New Mexico in October 1996 is played in 27 states the District of Columbia and the Virgin Islands INSIDE TODAY Dancing with Allende Santa Fes Theater Grottesco and a California dance troupe are ready to present A Dream Inside Another their theatrical dance exploration of three Isabel Allende short stories Pasatiempo Deadend relationships One woman married Ted Bundy Another helped her inmate lover escape More and more women seem to be love in all the wrong places Page C9 We want your thoughts on DWI Tell us what you think New Mexico needs to do about DWI Share your thoughts online or complete and return the ballot inside Page A8 Cellphone nuisance The horror stories are famous Cell phones at funerals and weddings in class and in movie theaters One of the nations latest fads is starting to get on peoples nerves Page C7 Todays obituaries Courtney I Trujillo Aug 9 Eli Martinez 80 Aug 10 Esequiel Rael 90 Aug 9 Loyola E Garcia Aug 11 Philip J Lynch July 30 Please see Page C2 Todays forecast A couple of afternoon thunder storms High 82 low 56 Page C10 INDEX Annies Maibox D5 Lotteries C2 Business D3 Movies Pasa Classifieds El Mutuals Comics D3 06 Opinion A9 Crossword D5 Poiice notes C2 Generation Next Pl Scoreboard B2 Horoscope D5 Sports IH Local news Cl Slocks D4 The Wests Oldest Newspaper Five sections 40 pages Pasatiempo 132 pages 156th year Issue No 224 Publication No 596440 Late paper Main office 9844363 9863000 9863030 9833303 Photos by Jake The New Mexican Santa Fes Tony Santiago delivers his poem in the team competition on the first night of the National Poetry Slam at Gorilla Tango In downtown Albuquerque on Wednesday night Gorilla Tango was one of several venues hosting the National Poetry Slam which runs through Saturday night Poetry in motion Five teams vie for top notch in a literary challenge By NATALIE STOREY The New Mexican ALBUQUERQUE About 10 minutes before the National Poetry Slam started Andy Sell realized he had forgotten something The 25yearold mem ber of Team Santa Fe was clearly nervous There a line of sweat forming on his forehead He needed his bandanna with the necklace his grandmother gave him wrapped in it the good luck charm he had forgotten in the car At his feet sat three com position notebooks full of his best poems pieces that are mostly about his life In his hands he held a roll of partially melted chocolate cookies he was nibbling on Im a big fan of poetry you can argue he said spitting crumbs Meanwhile his girlfriend slipped a ballediip red ban danna inthe pocket of his Please see POETRY Page A6 Judges hold up their scores after Santiagos performance Abu Qatada Britains want to deport radical cleric By ED JOHNSON The Associated Press has con victed him Spain has indicted him The United States has frozen his assets And now Britain wants him deported Abu Qatada a radical Mus lim cleric described as Osama bin Ladens spiritual ambassador in was among 10 for eigners detained across Eng land on Thursday a govern ment official said speaking on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue The government declined to name the detainees But authorities said they were suspected of posing a threat to natural security and announced plans them The detentions only days after Prime Minister Tony Blair announced tough new proposals to deal with Islamic extremists were another indication of the dramatic impact of last months deadly bombings in a country once regarded as somewhat of a safe haven for radicals The circumstances of our national security have changed It is vital that we act against those who threaten Home Secretary Charles Clarke said Abu Qatada a 44yearold Palestinian whose real name is Omar Mahmoud Othman Abu Omar carries a Jorda nian passport He was granted political Please see CLERIC Page A6 Retired admiral tells of bombing of Nagasaki By ANDY LENDERMAN The New Mexican LOS ALAMOS Dick Ashworth was in the B29 bomber Bockscar about 60 years ago with at least three worries Whether the crew would be able to drop an atom bomb on a military target hidden by clouds Whether the plane would run out of gas between Japan and Okinawa and throw 13 Arniy Air Force and Navy personnel into the Pacific Ocean And whether the plane would need to crash land on Okinawa with a nuclear bomb in its belly INSIDE SUNDAY JmT World War II came to an end with nuclear fire and thunder On the 60th anni versary of the dropping of two atomic bombs on Japan and the Japanese surrender Americans are still arguing about the morality of sacri ficing lives Read about it in Sundays New Mexican fraught with problems and we came so close to being a disaster that there have been all sorts of critical remarks that have been made about this Ashworth told more than 150 people Tues day at Fuller Lodge The crew eventually This so Please see BOMB Page A7 agency expresses concern over Iranian nuclear program By SUSANNA LOOP The Associated Press VIENNA Austria The nuclear watchdog expressed serious con cern Thursday over Irans resumption of activities that could lead to an atomic bomb and diplomats said Tehran has a Sept 3 dead line to stop or face another possible referral to the Security Council Iran showing the defi ance it has increasingly dis played since its new presi dent was inaugurated last weekend responded with indignation Tehrans chief delegate here vowed Iran would become a nuclear This resolution is political It comes from American pressure ft lacks any legal or logical basis and is HAMID REZA ASEFI Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman fuelproducer and supplier within a decade This resolution is politi said Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi according to the staterun news agency It comes from American pressure any legal or logical basis and is The topic of the Inter national Atomic Energy Agency resolution adopted by consensus1 by its 35 nation board was Irans move Wednesday to reopen its uraniumconversion plant in the mountains out side the southern city of Isfahan With the plant now work Please see IRAN Page A10 ;

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Publication: Santa Fe New Mexican

Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico

Issue Date: August 12, 2005

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