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Madison Capital Times (Newspaper) - January 18, 2005, Madison, Wisconsin YOUR LOCAL PROGRESSIVE NEWSPAPER Tonight The Capital Times HOMEH Ian Ifi OIUIC High Wednesday 31 FINAL UW MENS BASKETBALL LUCAS K AM WINS OVER ONE ALUM SWEET SUITES Luxury boxes get a personal touch ID LIFESTYLE POLITICAL FILMMAKERS TO STAR AT CINEFEST LIFESTYLE 1D INSIDE 32 State Editorial FILMS TO KEEP YOU WARM Todays quote Were still fighting for The fighting is not over at Lla of speaking after the Martin Luther King celebration Monday night at the Memorial Story SHERMAN WILLING TO SHARE THE WHEEL JIM POLZIN 1C MADISON GEARING UP FOR AUTO SHOW BUSINESS 8C 7 Relief efforts under way Prosecutor cites strong Wu evidence AIOAZ PRESS Hungry children from Hut Bay Island stand In line for food at a tsunami relief camp In Port The 26 tsunami left at least missing and some others displaced In the Andaman and Nlcobar Islands off More on relief efforts Is on By Mike Miller The Capital Times The lead prosecutor of accused tri ple killer MengJu Wu said today that the solid case against him was a likely reason for his suicide Monday morn ing in his CityCounty Building What would be the point if he didnt do it Assistant District Attor ney Robert Kaiser said of the shooting deaths of three men in Verona in But he also added that facing life in prison or the cultural aspect of bringing great disgrace upon his fam ily may also have been reasons for the shocking suicide by the 20yearold former UW student from Like others in the Kai ser and his colleagues were shocked Monday to learn of Wus but theyre adamant that they could have proved his guilt if the triple homicide case had gone to trial today as sched MIKE CAPITAL TIMES Prosecutors Robert Kaiser and Karle Cattanach prepare for the Wu case last See Back Page Family members of slain men have mixed reactions to 1B Bush faithbased effort converts state pastor By Peter Tom Hamburger and Nicholas Rlccardl 7xis Angeles Times MILWAUKEE Bishop Sedgwick one of this citys most promi nent black voted Democratic in national elections backing Bill Clinton and Al Gore for This the bishops broad face appeared on Republican Party fliers in the battleground state of endorsing President Bush as the candidate who shares our What changed After Bushs contested 2000 vic Daniels felt the pull of the most powerful of worldly forces a call from the White He conferred with top administration officials and had a visit in 2002 from the president him His church later received million in federal funds through Bushs initiative to support faith based social Daniels political and similar transformations by black pas tors across the form a little known chapter in the play book of Bushs 2004 reelection campaign and may mark the beginning of a po litical realignment long sought by sen ior White House adviser Karl Rove and other GOP Daniels says it was not the federal money that led him to endorse the Re publican candidate this but rather the values held by Bush and other party The pastor dates the beginning of his political conver sion to the when his church first opened a parochial school and stepped to the front lines of a nation wide battle over vouchers and school See Back Page Council eyes night changes for food carts By Judith Davidoff The Capital Times Those seeking latenight munchies could soon make a beeline to State Street under a proposal being consid ered tonight by the City Madisons Vending Oversight Com mittee has recommended that all late night vending carts be moved from resi dential areas to four State Street inter Vending in residential areas would still be allowed up until 9 Downtown Michael a member of the said that to his knowledge the proposed rule change affects only the campus Latenight vending on State Street must now close down by 1 The new proposal would allow vendors to set up shop between 9 and 6 at four State Street intersections West Johnson Street the culdesac on North Frances Street North Broom Street and Library See Back Page IN THE NEWS A LOOK AT WHATS INSIDE NATION Blood test without warrant is OK The Supreme Court declined today to consider whether a police officer may take a blood test from a suspect ed drunken driver without a Justices let stand a Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling that said a forced blood test would not violate the drivers Fourth Amendment protection from unreasonable even if the driver already had submitted to a breath The case stems from a Sheboygan traffic stop in February See story on MONONA Name change pushed for Squaw Bay Derogatory words are roiling the waters In Monona as a retired Edgewood College philosophy professor pushes for changing some place The word in question Is an Algonquin Indian word for woman that has taken on a more derogatory connotation over the years as a putdown of women in general and American Indian women in The city of Monona has squaw in two place Squaw Circle and Squaw in an area of the city along Lake Mononas eastern More on this on IRAQ Borders to be closed during election Iraq plans to close its extend a curfew and restrict movement to protect citizens during the 30 The announcement came following a suicide bombing that killed three people outside the offices of a leading Shilte political The Independent Electoral Commission announced international borders will be closed 2931 except for Muslim pilgrims returning from Saudi Iraqi citizens will also be barred from traveling between provinces and a nighttime curfew will be imposed during the More on DANE COUNTY Boys Girls Club ready to build The Boys Girls Club of Dane County is ready to move from fundraising to building its proposed million community center and clubhouse in the Allied DriveDunns Mary club said architects and club representatives will present plans for the proj ect to the Fitchburg Plan Commission The club still has to raise to reach Its goal of million for construction costs and five yearsoperating More on
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