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New Mexican (Newspaper) - November 19, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico Hit 3AJM LA NOVEMBER SATURDAY 50 CENTS INSIDE TODAY St Michaels to New Mexico State Uni versity The New Mexican sports staff previews the upcoming hoops season in your complete guide to Northern New Mexico high school and college basketball Historian booted from state cultural panel Arellano Supporting pueblo in civiccenter dispute led to move ByTomSharpe The New Mexican An Embudo historian says Gov Bill Richardson removed him from the state Cultural Proper ties Review Committee this week because he supported Tesuque Pueblos efforts to stop excavation of human remains in downtown Santa Fe Juan Estevan Arellano said a letter he from Richardson does not explain why the governor removed Arellano before his appointed term was scheduled to end next ApriL But Arellano said Richardson has let it be known that he wants the committee to approve archae ology permits to smooth the way for a new civic center in Santa Fe and for extension of Paseo del Norte into the petroglyph lands on Albuquerques west side Richardson spokesmen and the seven other appointed committee members did not respond Friday to messages seeking comment on Arellanos charges The governor appointed Arel lano a former director of the Onate Center in Alcalde to the committee in 2003 Arellano said he told the other members last summer he disagreed with the governor on these issues Afterward I got a call from Department of Cultural Affairs Secretary Stuart Arel lano said He said the governor was very concerned and that we had to approve those projects Stuart told me that my per sonal philosophy and my personal opinion didnt count I told him Well I think it does count because I live surrounded by pueblos and also have Indian My great Please see PANEL Page A6 OBITUARIES Gretchen E Dickens Nov 19 Christopher Salazar Nov 13 PageC2 Harsh tactics St Johns grad admits to torturing detainees in Iraq and says he saw much worse Courtesy photo Tony Lagouranis a former Army interrogator says the torture of prisoners by American forces ts widespread in Iraq and admits he did it as well By Christine Barber The New Mexican Former Army Spc Tony Lagoura nis is a torturer He doesnt shy away from that truth Granted most of the tactics he used to get information from Iraqi prisoners too few blankets intimidation with dogs sleep deprivation using James Tay lor music were not nearly as bad as those used by others He broke no bones he said nor did he bum anyone or use electricity He just did what everyone else was doing even after the Abu Ghraib prison scandal broke in April 2004 At the time he didnt have a huge moral problem with said Lagouranis 36 But it left him unsettled He said a certain malaise crept up afterward and hijacked his peace of mind Back then Lagouranis still held onto the ghost of a hope that some of the prisoners he was interrogating might have some vital intelligence Now he said he knows that 95 percent of the more than 400 people he questioned during his year in Iraq were Please see TACTICS Page A4 INSIDE 74 killed in attacks on mosques in Iraq Western journal ist targeted in hotel attack Page A3 GOP pushes House vote on Iraq withdrawal Page A8 Waiting for flu shots Medicalcare providers slow to get orders of vaccine unlike retail store operations V Photos by Lauren The New Mexican Joseph Romero of Santa Fe receives a flu shot Friday from medical assistant Marie John in Dr Fred Kullmans office at Family Practice Associates KuHmans office received only 1OO doses of flu vaccine out of 75O ordered Bad timing for doctors offices By Diana Heil The New Mexican With the busiest months for flu shots slipping by Dr Fred Knll man waited and waited and waited for his shipment from a New York distributor Finally on Wednesday it arrived at his St Michaels Drive office late and puny in size We just today got 100 doses and we ordered 750 in office man ager Janice Reynolds said They say thats all were going to get She said the 100 shots will be reserved for patients at the highest risk for serious flu complications such as pneumonia or death Meanwhile Reynolds wonders whats going on why groceries and bigbox operations ran flushot clinics while her office couldnt give a single shot until now Why are the big companies get ting the flu vaccine and the doctor offices are not1 she said Ifs very The culprit according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is bad timing not a shortage of supply Delays in the manufacturing process caused the holdup with health providers in some places receiving shipments late or not at all But CDC spokes woman Lola Russell said there isnt a crisis We still have time and more vaccine is By the end of the month a total of 80 million doses will have been sent out she said 20 million more Please see TIMING Page A5 GETTING THE SHOT For those who cant get a flu shot the Centers for Disease Control and Preven tion recommends getting the nasalspray flu vaccine from their doctors It has been approved for use in healthy people 5 to 49 years of age who are not pregnant and has not been affected by produc tion shortages or distribution delays Meanwhile if you are at high risk elderly age 6 to 23 months pregnant or suffering from chronic health conditions call the public health clinic in your county and put your name on the waiting list Priority is given to the uninsured In Santa Fe County call 4762600 Kohls plans store First outlet would be located near new WalMart By Bob Quick The New Mexican Another retail development is proposed for the southwest end of Cerrillos Road The Kohls chain of midpriced department stores wants to build on land opposite Santa Fe Auto Park It would be the first New Mexico outlet for the Wisconsin based company which has stores in about 40 states A plan pending before the city Planning Commission calls for a new intersection with traffic signals that would allow access to Kohls on the northwest side of Cerrillos Road as well as to the car dealerships on the southeast side The vacant property off Camino Entrada part of the Valdes Business Parki has been owned for many years by the Hart family which also owns the local CocaCola Bottling Co The family at one point had considered build ing a new plant there The Kohls store would add to a growing concentration of retail activity along the highway that serves as the southwestern approach to Santa Fe from Inter state 25 The store site is just southwest of Santa Fe Place formerly Villa Linda Mall and its four anchor department stores Mervyns Sears JCPenney and Dillards And ifs about a mile northeast of Please see STORE Page A6 jaguar Dr Miles Road Alexander New Mexican LOBOS Abbie Letz scores 13 points as the New Mexico women come back to upset No 12 Texas on the road Sports Bl Index Annies Health Horoscope Local Police Time POWER LESS MONEY Chevrolet adds an upscale interior and extra horsepower to its most popular car the 2006 Impala but takes down the price Drive El Main Late News TODAY Mostly sunny High 49 low 24 Page C8 Five sections 38 pages TV Book 56 pages 156th year Issue No 323 Publication No 596440 A totally owned and independent newspaper Serving New Mexico for 156 years
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