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Madison Capital Times (Newspaper) - June 25, 2004, Madison, Wisconsin YOUR LOCAL PROGRESSIVE NEWSPAPER Tonight High Saturday 70 50 CENTS inside The Capital T lima OC HOME FINAI 004 HOME FINAL Prep Athletes of the Year SPORTS SUMMERFEST PLENTY OF LITTLE SUMMER DEVIN DOES DALUS UW star drafted 5 by Mavs SPORTS HATS OFF TO THE TV WEATHER PEOPLE DETAILS ON 6B INSIDE Calendar 2A Lottery 2A deaths 2A State News 3A Nation 6A Editorial Page 8A Lifestyle 1B Comics 2B Movies 5B Dining 8B TV 9B Sports 1C Baseball 3C Business 10C Metro 1D Obituaries 3D Classified 4D Weather 10D mWEEKENDER BADGER STATE GAMES quote Its not just Abu Thats just where they got Amnesty had been reporting abuses across Iraq from 2003 Beth Ann Iraq country specialist for Amnesty speaking in Madison on Story on Bishop here wont be denying Communion By David Callender The Capital Times Madison Bishop Robert Morlino says he has no plans to deny Communion to local Catholic politicians who are pro choice for the time at I dont have any intention to deny Communion to anyone right Morlino said in an calling such a move a last But the leader of the Madison Diocese said he will stress over the next few months when the church believes it is appropriate for Catholics to take Communion and when church doctrine holds that they should refrain from its holiest Morlinos comments came upon his return from last weeks Denver meeting of the Conference of Catholic which issued a statement entitled Catholics in Po litical The bishops statement reiterates the churchs po sition that the killing of an unborn child is always intrinsically evil and can never be and holds that public officials who act consistently to support abortion risk making them co operators in evil in a public The statement leaves it to each bishop to decide or to deny Communion to any parishioner because of his or her proabortionrights But the bishops reminded Catholics that they should not take Communion until they have examined their own con including their fidelity to the moral teaching of the church in personal and public The topic first surfaced in Wisconsin last year when La Crosse Bishop Raymond Burke threatened to withhold the See Page 5A HENRY CAPITAL TIMES Bishop Robert Morlino said he con siders refusing sacraments to elected officials who depart from church teachings a last Cleanup operations MICHELLE CAPITAL TIMES Mike Roark of Mike Roarks Forestry works on removing a tree that fell on the roof of a house Wednesday night in the 500 block of Togstad Glen on the west Related stories on 3A and 1 Iraq fighters strength surprise GIs By Scott Wilson The Washington Post Iraq The 1st Infantry Division soldiers who walked off the battlefield Thurs exhausted by the frantic pace of combat and a bak ing summer Wellequipped the insurgents demonstrated a new level of strength and tactical skill that alarmed the soldiers facing ing like it in their three months In clawn t o d u s k more than 100 armed insurgents overran neighbor hoods and occupied downtown using tech niques that commanders said resembled those once employed by the Iraqi Wellequipped and highly the insur gents demonstrated a new level of strength and tactical skill that alarmed the soldiers facing By the end of the infantry and armored patrols had driven the insurgents from the battered center of the though some remained in control of two police stations in districts long hostile to the Two soldiers were killed in the including a company commander struck by a rocketpropelled They were definitely better than what we normally said whose platoon fought for more than J2 But I think what we did today was pretty Coining less than a week be fore the occupation formally the attacks brought into sharp focus the threat that lies ahead for Iraqs interim govern ment and the challenge for forces who will remain here to de fend The Iraqi po lice were routed or abandoned their posts rather than face a more capable and military commanders here said the battle for the city was far from The insurgents fought in coordinated set complex ambushes and occupied down town buildings from which they apparently planned a long military commanders Striking first along two key ave nues bracketing the the See Back Page WISCONSIN Doyle now gets to name new justice Wisconsin Jim Doyle will get to name a new state Supreme Court justice now that the Senate has confirmed the nomina tion of Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Diane Sykes to serve on the federal appeals court in The vote on Sykes1 nomination was despite the oppo sition of an Illinois Dick Durbin said Sykes Sykes refused to answer ques tions about her views on the legal foundations of Supreme Court decisions upholding a womans right to have an abortion and requiring police to advise those under arrest of their See story on IN THE NEWS A LOOK AT WHATS INSIDE NATION Bush off to summits in Europe President Bush heads overseas today to twin sum mits amid increasing signs that he will win token but politically important support from NATO for the fledg ling Iraqi according to administration Today he lands in then late on Saturday he heads to Bush has struggled for months to expand NATOs role in providing security in and he was disap pointed by the continuing objec tions of allies during an economic summit in Sea early this Now administration officials say they are optimistic that Bush will be able to join in an announcement of a new international commitment to Iraq at the end of a NATO summit in Istanbul on Monday and See story on Bush MADISON Goodmans gift boosts pool hopes Madison may get a public swimming pool after Robert and Irwin Goodman put up million on Thursday as a major gift toward the Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz has made building a public swimming pool in Madison a top priority of his first term in which concludes in The mayor announced he was appointing Nino Amato to the citys Ad Hoc Swimming Pool Committee and recommending that the panel appoint Amato The 10member committee will consider where to locate the pool and what it would look See story on 1 WISCONSIN Miss Madison off to a good start Miss Madison Molly Jean McGrath aced the swimsuit competition Thursday night and feels confident about her chances of winning the Miss Wisconsin pageant Saturday McGrath competes in the talent portion of the event She will do a theatrical dance en pointe to the song All That Jazz from the musical There are 25 contestants vying for Miss The Miss America pageant is 18 in Atlantic See story on WEATHER Partly sunny and not as Details on TO SUBSCRIBE OR REPORT DELIVERY CALL 2526363 v M
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