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New Mexican (Newspaper) - November 23, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico NOVEMBER WEDNESDAY 50 CENTS 8 vie to replace Gallegos on bench Applicants include five lawyers temporary municipal judge doesnt apply By Jason Auslander Tne New Mexican Eight Santa Fe residents including five lawyers have applied to replace Municipal Judge Frances Gallegos who resigned earlier this month Temporary Municipal Judge Sonya Carrasco Trujillo who was named by the City Council to replace Gallegos in late August when the New Mexico Supreme Court suspended her with pay for 90 days did not apply for the job A call to CarrascoTrujillo on Tuesday seeking comment was not returned Two of the attorney applicants Ann Yal man and Andrew OConnor applied in September for the vacant judge seat in District Court which was filled earlier this month when Gov Bill Richardson named Santa Fe lawyer Please see REPLACE Page A4 Panel wants exjudge fined barred Frances Gallegos Panel says ex judge should pay By Jason The New Mexican Former Santa Fe Municipal Judge Frances Gallegos should never again hold judicial office in New Mexico and should be fined for willful misconduct in the state Judicial Standards Commission says In addition the New Mexico Supreme Court should force Gallegos who resigned Nov 3 to pay for costs and expenses incurred by the commission when it investigated one of two sets of misconduct allegations against her the panel says in a petition for discipline filed Tuesday Gallegos conduct was established by clear and convincing evidence Please see PANEL Page A4 Rooster riles neighbor Kathy be La New Mexican Jo Kuiler shows where her chickens sleep as she holds her rooster OneEyed Dick in her backyard Tuesday Kuiler will appear in Santa Fe Municipal Court today for a hearing in response to a nextdoor neighbors complaint that the rooster disturbs the peace Fowls morning exultation leads to city court case ByTomSharpe The New Mexican OneEyed Dicks crowing each morn ing just before sunrise on Santa Fes near south side is an unwelcome disturbance for some of his neighbors The roosters owner Jo Kuiler says the beloved pet keeps the peace among the nine hens in her backyard on Escalante Street a block south of Cordova Road But nextdoor neighbor Jill Mclntosh apparently has had enough Her disturb ingthepeace complaint against Kuiler is scheduled for a hearing today in Santa Fe Municipal Court City ordinances dont ban chickens or other kinds of barnyard creatures within the city limits as long as their quarters are clean and they dont disturb the peace Animal Services Director Pat Alano said Ms office warns owners of offending pets when there are complaints against them and offers suggestions for alleviat ing the problem After the third com plaint Alano said he turns the matter over to the city judge We dont normally get involved in animals disturbing the peace because a lot of time it happens when were not on duty and we cant go in and try to prosecute a case that we cant nesaid Please see ROOSTER Page A5 may pull 3 brigades from Iraq early L J By Bradley Graham and Robin Wright The Washington Post WASHINGTON Barring any major surprises in Iraq the Pentagon tentatively plans to reduce the number of forces there early next year by as many as three combat brigades from 18 now but to keep at least one brigade on call in Kuwait in case more troops are needed quickly sev eral senior military officers said Pentagon authorities also have set a series of decision points during 2006 to consider further force cuts that under a moderately optimistic scenario would drop the total number of troops from more than now to fewer than including 10 combat brigades by the end of the year the officers said Despite an intensified congressional debate about a withdrawal timetable after last weeks call by Rep John Murtha for a quick pullout administration officials say military and political factors heavily constrain how fast US forces should leave They cite a continuing need to assist Iraqs fledgling security forces ensure establish Please see IRAQ Page A5 Vatican paper Gay candidates for priesthood unwelcome homosexuals may be allowed if tendencies are clearly overcome for at least three years By Nicole Winfieid The Associated Press VATICAN CITY The Vatican is toughening its stand against gay candidates for the priesthood specifying in a new document that even men with homosex ual tendencies must overcome their urges for at least three years before entering the clergy A longawaited due to be released next week was posted Tuesday on the Internet by the Italian Catholic news agency Adista A church official who has read the document confirmed its authenticity he asked that his name not be used because the piece has not been published by the Vatican Conservative Roman Catholics who have decried the gay subculture in seminaries will likely applaud the policy because it clarifies what the Vatican expects of seminarians and their administrators Critics of the policy warned that if enforced it will likely result in seminarians lying about their orientation and will decrease the already dwindling number of priests in the United States Estimates of the percentage of gays in seminaries and the priesthood range from 25 percent to 50 Please see VATICAN Page A6 Library of Congress Google envision World Digital Library Site would include rare materials from other national collections By David A Vise The Washington Post WASHINGTON The Library of Congress is launch ing a campaign Tuesday to create the World Digital Library an online collection of rare books manuscripts maps posters stamps and other materials from its hold ings and those of other national libraries that would be freely accessible for viewing by anyone anywhere with Internet access This is the most ambitious international effort ever undertaken to put precious items of artistic historica and literary significance on the Internet so that people can learn about other cultures without traveling further than the nearest computer according to James Billington head of the Library of Congress Billington said his goal is to bring together materials Please see LIBRARY Page A6 OBITUARIES Raquel N Aranda 67 William MacGilltvray I PageC2 citizen Jose Padilla and four other men are accused of being members of a cell that sent money and recruits overseas to kill and kidnap Page A3 SERVING THE HUNSRY A handful of organizations provide meals for the needy and not just on Thanksgiving Taste Dl FAMILIAR FOE FINISH Los Alamos spoils new coach Lanse Carters debut with Pojoaque with a 6741 win Sports Bl Index Annies Local Police DEFENSIVE WONDERS IN The Broncos new collection of former Browns linemen has revitalized Mike Shanahans defense Sports Bl TODAY Time Main Late News Mostly sunny High 60 low 28 PageC8 Five sections 34 pages 156th year Issue No 327 Publication No 596440 A locally owned and independent newspaper A Serving New Mexico for 156 years ;