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New Mexican (Newspaper) - November 13, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE SANTA FE NOVEMBER SUNDAY ONE DOLLAR DUELING DOCUMENTARIES Films offer different views on the worlds largest retailer By BobQuick The New Mexican Two documentaries about WalMart the worlds largest and arguably most controversial retailer are on their way to Santa Fe with showings scheduled at the Cinema Cafe later this month One is WalMart The High Cost of Low Price by veteran filmmaker Rob ert Greenwald a sharp critic of the retail chain who marshals comments from WalMart workers managers and others about what they see as the com panys exploitative business practices Greenwalds movie cost about SLS million and premiered last week in New York and Los Angeles Start Log today it will be shown for free at churches union halls and elsewhere around the country When asked what inspired his film Greenwald referred to an account in the Huffington Report an online news letter in which he recounted meeting Please see DUELING Page A5 CATHOLIC CHURCH Unwelcome gay priests struggle to serve By Rachel Zol The Associated Press The Rev Fred Daley a gay Roman Catholic priest had grown increas ingly disturbed by Vatican pronounce ments over the years that homosexu als were unfit for the clergy Then the situation escalated some church leaders suggested gays were responsible for the clergy sexabuse crisis Daley was so angry he did something last year that almost no other gay Catholic cleric in the country has done He came out to his bishop parishioners and Tiis entire community to show that homosexuals were faithjftiUy working in the church Tm as much a member of the church as anybody said Daley Please see GAY Page A4 NEW HAMPSHIRE Arts colony ordered to pay up Famed retreat ruled no longer eligible for tax exemption By Holly Ramer The Associated Press PETERBOROUGH NJH At the MacDoweli Colony where isolation spurs inspiration artists emerge from their cottages at midday to find picnic baskets left quietly on their doorsteps But when it comes to property taxes the town insists theres no such thing as a free lunch For nearly a century the famed art ists retreat has welcomed thousands of writers composers and others who enjoy up to two months of rentfree Please see ARTS Page A4 A road to trouble young people work in the sometimes shady and dangerous world of traveling sales crews such as the one involved in the death of a Santa Fe man Photo by Steve The New Mexican AWAITING THEIR FATE Clockwise from lower left defendants James Combs Joshua Burgess Jason Furden and Andrew Long attend a preliminary hearing Tuesday at District Court to determine if theres probable cause for the murder charges each man faces in the death of Benjamin Suazo a Santa Fe rnah they fought with on Oct 20 at Silva Lanes All four were members of a traveling sales crew hawking magazine subscriptions Case breakdown A6 By Anne Constable The New Mexican f hen Carol Salter of Colorado Springs heard about the arrest of five doortodoor maga zine salesman in connection with the death of a Santa Fe man late last month she got a big knot in her stomach Sailers 18yearold daughter LeAnn had joined a similar crew selling subscriptions door todoor in Denver and Colorado Springs LeAnn had quit the crew two weeks earlier but Salter couldnt help but think how close her daughter had come to being in Santa Fe at the time of the killing In late October two crews selling subscrip tions through the same company had been staying at a Ramada Inn in the Denver area according to LeAnn Her crew was preparing to go to Utah when she quit The other crew was headed to Santa Fe While LeAnn said in a telephone interview last week that she didnt know any of the people arrested in Santa Fe she said the travelingsales environment was often rough Td walk into the hotel room and 20 people would be smoking marijuana and drinking she said I didnt feel One night LeAnn said the crew tried to per suade her and her boyfriend to go bowling even suggesting it was mandatory She declined say ing she was too tired LeAnns crew and the Santa Fe crew both Please see ROAD Page A6 08ITUARIB Catharine Moore 91 Oct 26 Dorothy R Parker Oct 2 Eufelia Garcia 95 Santa Fe Nov 10 Jose RTrujillo Colo Marceila A Thomas Santa Fe Nov 3 Mary M Biea 92 Santa fe Nov 10 Miranda C Gonzales Santa Fe Nov 10 Niktoe Montoya DeCardenas 40 Santa Fe Nov 9 Vemon D Harrison Santa Fe Nov 7 Walter 87 Santa Fe Nov 8 Page C2 WARRIORS New Mexico outlasts Utah in a game full of mistakes forcing two critical turnovers in the fourth quarter in a 3127 victory in Salt Lake City Sports Bl A 15yearold uses the Internet to find out the identity of his father an anonymous sperm donor The discovery raises questions about the privacy of those who donate Page A7 MORESUDOKU Sudoku a Japaneseinspired placement puzzle appears in Sunday magazine and in the classifieds daily starting Monday Index Annies Mailbox D8 Dl D8 Horoscope D8 Lotteries C2 Movies C2 Mutual funds D2 Nations State historian Estevan RaeiGalvez is doing everything possible to reach a larger more diverse audience Entering his fifth year the man in charge of preserving the states history wants to get out of the office and let everyone know of New Mexicos wonderful past Neighbors El TODAY Mostly sunny High 59 low 32 PageC8 Police Time Main Late News Eleven sections 112 pages Sunday magazine 40 pages 156th year Issue No 317 Publication No 596440 A independent newspaper sf Servinq New Mexico for 156 years
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