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New Mexican (Newspaper) - December 11, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico NEW DECEMBER SUNDAY ONE DOLLAR VALLES CALDERA Associated Press file photo Richard Pryor performs in a show in 1977 The actor comedian died Saturday RICHARD PRYOR 19402005 Legendary dies at 65 By Allan Johnson Chicago Tribune INSIDE CHICAGO M1980 news reports around the country said Richard Pryor was close to death after suffering from severe burns to more than 50 per cent of his body and it was later reported that it was because he was freebasing cocaine In his 1982 con cert Live on the SunsetStrip Pryor joked about the incident Fire is inspirationalThey should use it in the Olympics because I ran the 100 meter in 43 Material like that biting human raw uninhibited was Fryers call ing card jokes about the human con dition that inspked a generation of standup comedians He may have survived that acci dental immolation in 1980 but Pryor didnt survive a heart attack Saturday dying at the age of 65 Pryor died just before 8 am after leaving his San Fernando Valley home Please see PRYOR Page A5 Eugene J McCarthy 19162005 Fivetime presidential candidate galvanized opposition to Vietnam War PageA3 Struggling to preserve Purchased by Congress in 2000 the former Baca ranchs lack of a business plan poor financial recordkeeping and turnover is holding back progress Staci New Mexican Marty Peale left executive director of the nonprofit Valles Caldera Coalition and Bob Parmenter lead scientist at the Valles Caldera National Pre serve check waterquality samples on the Jemez River By Staci Matlock The New Mexican When the Molina Complex Fire swept through part of the Santa Fe National Forest in 2003 it wiped out twothirds of a grazing allotment leased by Pojoaque rancher David Ortiz While the land recovered Ortiz applied to graze his cattle on the Valles Caldera an ranch in Northern New Mexico purchased by the US Congress in 2000 The preserves grazing program has kept Ortizs small herd fed but the program is set to expire this month and the trust that man ages the Valles Caldera is considering closing the program for a year Tm hopeful theyll extend Ortiz said not Ill have to apply for a different allotment find new summer pasture or sell and get out of the ranching Last year 37 local ranchers and the Jemez Pueblo Livestock Cooperative participated in Please see PRESERVE Page A7 The New Mexican INSIDE Preserve scien tist coordinating research projects Page A6 Uses of the Valles Caldera List of research partners to the trust Page A7 HEALTH New guidelines overhaul breastcancer treatment By Marilynn Marchione The Associated Press SAN ANTONIO For years doctors have known exactly what to do with breastcancer patients like Eva Ossorio Poison them Blasting women with toxic chem icals was considered the best way to save their lives The bigger the can cer or the more it had spread the more vile Liquid doctors pumped into their veins to try to kill it But theres been a sea change in the last year Guidelines recently adopted in Europe and similar ones unveiled this weekend at a conference in Texas will result in far fewer women getting chemotherapy in the future The new advice calls for choosing a treatment based on each womans particular type of tumor Please see CANCER Page A5 ABOUT THE NEW RULES WHAT New guidelines say doc tors should change the way they decide how to treat breast cancer OLD NEW Previously cher motherapy was advised if tumors were bigger than 1 cen timeter or had spread to lymph nodes Now hormone blockers are advised if estrogen or pro gesterone is making the tumor grow Herceptin is recom mended if women have the bad gene that medication targets BOTTOM LINE Fewer women will get chemotherapy more will get hormone treatments and Herceptin STATE Proposed budget points to increase in spending Panel recommends against using all revenue windfall The Associated Press A legislative panel has proposed a state budget that provides for spending S5 billion next year on public education and general government but it holds back part of New Mexicos revenue windfall to cover future growth The recommendations by the Legis lative Finance Committee on Saturday provide for an percent increase in spending about million from the states main budget account in the 2007 fiscal year starting July 1 The proposed spending is to finance public schools higher education and government operations ranging from courts and prisons to the governors Please see BUDGET Page A6 I S TIM Single mom wishes to move into home PageC2 OBITUARIES Beatrice Uea Herrera Lopez Santa Fe Dec 8 Ann B Frost 74 Santa Maes 38 PageC2 CAPITAL FALLS IN NAiLBITER Pueblo South squeezes by Jaguars in the 45th Capita City Invitational boys basketball tournament in Toby Roybal Memorial Gymnasium Sports Bl END AT SHELTER Hurricane Katrina dogs at the Santa Fe Animal Shelter are running out of time Local Cl DREAMING OF THE WHITE STUFF Santa Fe skishop owners remain optimistic despite the lack of snow Business Dl HOLIDAY WINNERS From Max the House Dog to Christmas with Beethoven The New Mexican lists winners of this years writing contest Sunday Inside TODAY Partly sunny High 50 low 24 PageCS Index Annies D8 Horoscope Dl Gl D8 Mutual Police Time Week in Main office98333O3 Eleven sections 112 pages Late Sunday magazine 40 pages 156th year Issue No 345 News Publication No 596440 Serving New Mexico for 156 years Y
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