Santa Fe New Mexican, October 25, 2005

Santa Fe New Mexican

October 25, 2005

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New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 25, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE SANTA FE OCTOBER TUESDAY 50 CENTS HURRICANE WILMA Fast and furious Storm sprints across Florida leaving 6 dead in its wake millions without power and damage that could cost billions Candace Herald Martin Camacho left consoles his sister Juanita Ceran as they examine the damage to her home in West Palm Beach on Monday in the aftermath of Hurricane Wilma Ceron lived in the mobile home with her husband uncle and aunt and had just moved to Florida from Arizona four months ago By Curt Anderson The Associated Press FORT LAUDERDALE Fla As messy as Wilma was at least the visit didnt last long Hurricane Wilma the 21st storm in the busi est hurricane season on record made a seven hour dash across lower Florida on Monday shattering skyscraper windows toppling trees knocking out power to 6 million people and leaving at least six dead It entered one side of the state around daybreak it came out the other side by midafternoon and was soon all but gone swirling harmlessly out in the Atlantic Unlike its twoday pounding of Mexicos Yucatan Peninsula Wilmas Florida foray was a hitandrun The storms relatively fast 25mph speed helped hold its rain fall to less than the 10 inches feared Theres really no good scenario for a National Hurricane Center meteorologist Mark Mclner ney said Just a lesser of two Please see FURIOUS Page A3 People walk in aflooded street in Havana on Monday after the passing of Hurricane Wilma Cuban civil defense officials said nearly people fled their homes in lowlying areas on the island Eduardo Verdugo The Associated Press Rescuers pull 244 to safety in stormravaged Havana Page A3 ROSA PARKS 19132005 wine trade in 2004 All countries European Union Exports Imports wines make gains waves in Europe SOURCE Office of the Trade Representative The Associated Press By Michelle Locke The Associated Press NAPA Calif Some European Union lawmakers are fuming over a new winetrade agreement saying theyre being forcefed such New World innovations as sub bing wood chips for barrel aging or even quelle horreur adding water winernakers contend that their practices are legitimate and point out the Old World has wine wiles of its own At issue is a clash between the traditionbound heavily regulated European wine industry and a I dont want a McDonaldstype ANNELAPERUZE European Union paliamentarian and French Liberal Democrat much younger American wine industry that came of age during a technological revolution The difference in the New World and its not just California and the United States its Australia and New Zealand as well is Is there a more efficient way to do something with technology said Roger Boulton enology profes sor at the University of California Davis The question is when is it modifying and manipulating it and when is it a traditional practice just done in a more effective way Thats really the Underlying the winemaking quarrel are market realities Please see WINES Page A6 Associated Press file photo Rosa Parks holds the hand of a well wisher in 2001 The civilrights pio neer died Monday at the age of 92 Quiet act of defiance earned a critical role in history By Bree Fowler The Associated Press DETROIT Lee Parks whose refusal to give up her bus seat to a white man sparked the modem civilrights movement died Mon day She was 92 Parks died at her home of natural causes said Karen Morgan a spokeswoman for Rep John Conyers DMich Parks was 42 when she committed an act of defiance in 1955 that was to change the course of American history and earn her the title mother of the civilrights At that time Jim Crow laws in place since the postCivil War Reconstruction required separation of the races in buses restaurants and public accommodations throughout the South while legally sanctioned racial discrimination kept blacks out of many jobs and neighbor hoods in the North The Montgomery seamstress an active Please see PARKS Page A6 TREASURER SCANDAL Gov renews call for Vigils resignation By Steve Terrell The New Mexican Gov Bill Richardson announced Monday that unless state Treasurer Robert Vigil resigns this week he will issue a proc lamation to call the Legisla INSIDE ture into an extraordinary session Friday to consider Vigils possible impeach ment The governor also blasted a state senators proposal to allow Vigil to take unpaid leave and have lawmak ers help pick a temporary replacement Meanwhile Vigils attor ney Sam Bregman of Albuquerque spoke Monday as if he expects the House to impeach Please see VIGIL Page A4 Vigils lawyers allege prosecuto rial misconduct Page A4 Lawmakers recall censure of House Democrat Page C4 OBITUARIES Anastatic fcTrujitto Benjamin EL Suazo Christine OCL16 Ina B TuckerCbeffetz Santa Fe Oct 20 BebecaQuintana Oct 23 PageC2 Index THEMOMMYFACTOR Research shows the female pay gap grows with the family Business Dl BUSH ANNOUNCES FED NOMINATION Ben Bernanke isnt a household name yet But if all goes well hell be the next chief of the Federal Reserve wielding enormous power over the economy PageA2 Annies newspaper Horoscope Local Police Time CARING FOR KIDS Children and Youth Commission provides critical money to such programs as Girls Inc and Las Cumbres Local Cl Main Late News TODAY Mostly sunny High 66 low 40 PageC6 Five sections 26 pages 156th year Issue No 298 Publication No 596440 Serving New Mexico for 156 years ;

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