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New Mexican (Newspaper) - May 21, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico INSIDE TODAY A tribute from The New Mexican to the best and brightest prep athletes COMING SUNDAY The New Mexicans annual summer guide to Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico THE SANTA FE Locaty owned and inrtcpqidait Serving New Mexico for 156 years SATURDAY MAY 21 2005 FIFTY CENTS Missing womans car found in Pecos River Search continues for 19yearold Santa Fean Photos by Kathy De La New Mexican Divers from the Santa Fe County swiftwater rescue team search the car Jessica Mines was driving The car was discovered submerged and upside down in the Pecos River about 10 miles north of Pecos on Friday morning Strong currents made it impossible for the team to completely search the car By JASON AUSLANDER The New Mexican New Mexico State Police spent most of Friday attempting to retrieve a car found upside down in the Pecos River that was reportedly driven by a missing 19year old Santa Fe woman Jessica Hines a former standout ath lete at Capital High School was reported missing about Friday after a camping trip with her sister and four friends in Pecos Canyon said Lt Jimmy Glascock a state police spokesman However Hineshad been missing since Wednesday night when she appar ently left the campsite following an argu ment with some members of the group Glascock said The rest of the group remained at Windsor Campground until Thursday evening so they didnt know Hines was missing he said There was no indication Hines had been drinking before she left he said After receiving the missingperson report Friday state police Officer Matt Jessica Hines Has been missing since Wednesday night when she apparently left the campsite following an argument with some members of the group according to Lt Jimmy Giascock a state police spokesman Pilon met members of Hines family in Pecos Glascock said After taking the report Pilon said he drove up and down 63 looking for the silver Saturn that Hines had been driving He said he saw the hubcap sticking out of the river about The car was about 50 yards downstream from the spot where it apparently left the road Other accidents have occurred in the same area Glascock said The river was flowing strongly Fri day and personnel from the Santa Fe County swiftwater rescue team could not tell whether the car contained a body Please see MISSING Page A5 A flier posted at Adelos Town and Country Store in Pecos features a photograph of 19yearold Jessica Hines of Santa Fe She has been missing since Wednesday Pipeline no longer part of Aamodt settlement By BEN NEARY The New Mexican Construction of a pipeline from San Ildefonsd Pueblo to the city of Santa Fes water system is no longer part of a proposed settle ment in the Aamodt waterrights adjudication lawsuit a lawyer for the city says Critics had viewed the San Ilde fonso pipeline proposal with alarm saying it would give Santa Fe the means to dodge state regulations and siphon off water from North ern New Mexicos traditional agri culture Kyle Harwood an assistant city attorney said this week that the settlement proposal now under consideration by the parties in the Aamodt case no longer includes the controversial San Ildefonso pipe line provision The pipeline had been included in a draft settlement proposal released last year Its still possible Harwood said the city and Santa Fe County eventually might pursue a project to draw water from a site on San Ildefonso land if the pueblo grants approval The city and the county cooperated on a project at the site in recent years that found good water production from a water production shaft called an infiltra tion gallery constructed along the river However Harwood said if the city arid county eventually pursue any San Ildefonso project it wont be as part of a settlement under the Aamodt lawsuit For many many months basi Please see PIPELINE Page A6 Man pleads innocent to kidnapping other charges By JASON AUSLANDER The New Mexican A case of jealousy over an alleged lesbian flirtation appar ently led a 32yearold Santa Fe man to drag his girlfriend from a party last month knock her uncon scious and kidnap her according to court documents Randy P Montoya pleaded inno cent Friday in state District Court to three counts of aggravated bat tery of a household member kid napping and battery of a household member in connection with the incident which allegedly occurred April 26 He posted a cash only bond and was not in custody Friday court documents stated Please see PLEADS Page A5 Todays obituaries Deborah McNaughton May 17 Lev G Acuna 84 Santa Fe May 18 Mtehal Abrams 65 Santa Fe May 20 Robert W Hayes 68 Ppjoaque May 19 PageB2 Todays forecast Mostly sunny warmer High 91 low 53 Crown jewel Local enthusiasts hail the British grandeur and grace of Bentleys majestic Continental GT Cars A El INDEX Annas Maiiiox D5 Lotteries Business 82 C6 Movies B2 Cars Trucks El Nation World Dl Classifieds E3 Opinion Comics A7 D6 Religion 03 Crossword D5 Scoreboard C2 Horoscope P5 Local news Bl Sports Cl Stocks C7 Five sections 42 pages 156th year Issue No 141 Publication No 596440 Late paper Classified ads Nawctlps 9840363 9863000 9863035 98333O3 Bush vows to veto stemcell legislation Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON President Bush vowed Friday to use the first veto of his presidency to stop Congress from expanding governmentfunded embryonio stemcell research pledging to uphold a line he has already drawn against science that destroys a life in order to save a The presidents threat aimed to stop the momentum of a measure that could pass the Republicanled House as early as Tuesday and has broad sup port in the Senate It reflected White House concerns that bush was being thrust into a dispute that pits the bulk of public opinion which is mov ing increas ingly in favor of expanding research against the strongly held views of the presidents social conservative base which believes the research is immoral because embryos are destroyed in the process I made it very clear to the President Bush Congress that the use of federal money taxpayers money to promote science which destroys life in order to save life Im against Bush said Friday speaking to reporters in the Oval Office And the bill does that I will veto Stem cells taken from embryos have drawn broad interest because they are thought to be able to grow into any type of cell in the body Researchers hope to learn how to grow them into replacements for the cells or tissues that go awry in juvenile diabetes Please see VETO Page A4 ;