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A2 PAGE TWO 18 The Republican, Thursday, October 13, 2005 Newsmakers Ai 4 0 Associated Press Debby Cantlon holds a young squirrel Oct. 5 at her home in Seattle. For almost as long as she can remember, Cantion has been the person people bring sick and abandoned animals to. This squirrel was brought to her Sept. 6 probably less than 1-week-old, dehydrated and orphaned, which she attempted to nurse back to health.

Much to her surprise, her pregnant Papillion, Mademoiselle Giselle, decided to nurse the squirrel along with her litter of five newborn puppies. Even more surprising was that all squirrel and dogs bonded. Cantlon named the squirrel Finnegan. Moore wedding photos Law, Miller call it quits Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, who had refused to confirm their Sept. 24 wedding, have opened up their photo album.

"Photos published yesterday by OK! magazine, which paid an undisclosed sum for the pictures, show the couple tying the knot in a Kabbalah ceremony at Demi Moore their Beverly Hills, home. Kutcher, 27, is wearing a cream Brooks Brothers suit and a fedora. Moore, 42, is wearing a white Lanvin gown. Moore's ex-husband, Bruce Willis, and their three daughters, Rumer, 17, Scout, 14, and Tallulah, 11, attended the ceremony. Other guests included actor Wilmer Valderrama, Kutcher's "That '70s Show" co-star.

It was the first marriage for Kutcher, whose film credits include "Cheaper by the Dozen" and "Guess Who?" Moore's marriage to Willis ended in 2000. She was married rocker Freddie Moore from 1980 to 1984. Sienna Miller and Jude Law have ended their engagement, months after he apologized for an affair with his children's nanny, according to a published report. A London-based representative for Miller, who became engaged to her "Alfie" costar last Christmas, refused comment yesterday on the story, which was posted on People magazine's Web site. The magazine did not name any 'sources.

Public Eye, the London firm that represents Miller, said it would not comment on her personal life. The Associated Press sent an e- mail to Tor Belfrage, Law's Los Angelesbased representative, seeking comment early yesterday. British media reported this week that Miller, 23, had been seeing Law's friend Daniel Craig while Law was fighting to win her back. Miller and Craig appeared together in the 2004 film "Layer Cake." Law, 32, earned Oscar nominations for his roles in "The Talented Mr. Ripley" and "Cold Mountain." 'His screen credits also include "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow," "Closer" and "The Aviator." Mom plays samaritan to school Associated Press that money go a long way," said Schools SuNORTH ANDOVER The mother of a He disclosed the perintendent Harry at this town's oldest elementary donation at Tuesday's pupil school donated $175,000 for improvements School Committee meeting.

He would not because she thought the school was show- identify the donor, but said she has at least ing its age, said school officials this week. one The child at Kittredge. The money was used for a myriad of proj- woman first approached school offiects at the Kittredge School, including in- cials in June, and asked what she could do stalling a bathroom in a kindergarten area to improve the She 50-year-old school, Harutuand converting a men's room into teaching nian said. was told that a donation space. It also underwrote such basics as could be used for renovations and purdesks and chairs, as well as laptop comput- chases the school needed, but could not afers for every teacher, The Eagle-Tribune of ford.

Lawrence reported. In a letter to Harutunian, Kittredge PrinAll of the money has not been spent yet. cipal Nancy Jukins said she met with the Among the pending purchases are furniture donor at the school Sept. 28. She said the for the teachers' lounge and a weather sta- donor was "quite pleased with the work that tion for broadcasting weather reports.

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Estimated jackpot $77 million. Tri-State Megabucks (Wed.) Oct. 7. (37) (38) 6 World briefs Harrelson expectant father Woody Harrelson, who plays a father of 10 in the new movie "The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio," says he's going to be a real-life dad for a third time. "The wife is preggers and we've narrowed it down to me," he told David Letterman in an interview for Tuesday's "Late Show" on CBS, accord- Woody Harrelson ing to a transcript.

It will be the third child for Harrelson and his wife, Laura Louie. The couple have two daughters, Deni and Zoe. Harrelson, 44, who became popular as the bartender on the sitcom "Cheers," has appeared in dozens of movies, including "Natural Born Killers" and "Wag the Dog." Eminem's greatest hits Eminem's "Curtain Call" is just months away. The greatest-hits album, set for release Dec. 6, will include "My Name Is," "The Way I Am," "Lose Yourself" and Interscope.

Records announced Tuesday. It also will include "at least two all-new, previously unavailable, so-freshfrom-the-studio-we-aren't-even-giving. you-the-song-title songs." Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers III, is putting the final touches on "Curtain Call," which the 32-year-old rapper has been working on since early summer, according to the statement. Stewart gets his star screaming fans and family. "I have never had such a nervous day in my life," the 60-year-old singer said Tuesday.

Accompanied by his pregnant fiancee, Penny Lancaster, Stewart danced a jig atop his sidewalk star on Hollywood Boulevard. Daughter Hollywood "it" girl Kimberly and son Sean clapped and Rod Stewart cheered along with poster-waving fans. Stewart's hits include "Forever Young," "Tonight's the Night" and "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?" After his rock career waned, Stewart rebounded three years ago with a surprising collection of '30s and '40s pop standards a platinum-selling success. schoolboy when he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in front of HOW TO REACH THE NEWSPAPER The following information is provided to help readers reach the newspaper. Mail to newsroom: P.O.

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Both he and Interior Minister Mustafa el Sahel called for a regional conference on the illegal immigration crisis that has gathered pace in recent weeks. Britain cracks down on Islamic extremism LONDON The British government yesterday unveiled sweeping anti-terrorism legislation designed to crack down on Islamic extremism, raising concerns from Muslim leaders, opposition parties and legal experts about the potential for infringing on civil liberties. In the wake of the July attacks on London's transit system, the government wants the power to detain terror suspects for three months without charge, outlaw attending terrorist training camps in Britain or abroad and. make it an offense to glorify or encourage terrorism. "The terrorist threat facing the U.K.

is real and significant and the government is determined to do all it can to protect our citizens," Home, Secretary Charles Clarke said. Gore will not run for president again STOCKHOLM, Sweden- -Former Vice President Al Gore said yesterday he had no intention of ever running for president again, but he said the United States would be "a different country" if he had won the 2000 election, launching into a scathing attack of the Bush administration. "I have absolutely no plans and no expectations of ever being a candidate again," Gore told reporters after giving a speech at an economic forum in Sweden. 1 Cardinal defends church's celibacy rule VATICAN CITY A senior cardinal warned yesterday that relaxing the Roman Catholic Church's rule on celibacy for priests would be a "serious error," countering calls by reformers that allowing them to marry would help resolve a shortage of clergymen. Cardinal George Pell, archbishop of Sydney, Australia, delivered the strongest defense of celibacy yet to the Synod of Bishops, a meeting that gives Pope Benedict XVI recommendations on running the church.

Pell praised what he called the "ancient tradition and lifegiving discipline of mandatory celibacy." Compiled from wire reports. 14 -p More world news, Page D4, D5 Nation IRA leader indicted in counterfeiting plot WASHINGTON A leader of the Official Irish Republican Army has been indicted in this country on charges that he conspired with North Korea to circulate millions of dollars in phony U.S. currency, prosecutors said. hurt 1 The indictment of Sean Garland, 71, and six other men by a federal grand jury in Washington marks the first time in a 16-year investigation the government has alleged in court documents that North Korea plays a major role in counterfeiting $100 bills. 1 Garland was arrested on Friday in Belfast, Northern Ireland, while attending a conference of Irish Workers' Party.

He is the party's president. Resentencing upheld in forest arson case DENVER The state Supreme Court let stand a ruling that a former forestry worker serving a 12-year sentence for starting Colorado's worst wildfire must be resentenced because evacuees from the blaze included the trial judge. Terry Lynn Barton pleaded guilty to federal charges including arson that brought a sixyear term and to a state arson charge that has a standard range of two to six years. State law allows stiffer sentences for cases with aggravating factors. State Judge Edward Colt cited these factors in imposing the 12-year state term.

But the Colorado Court of Appeals said he did not have the authority to decide aggravating factors. The ruling means Bar- briefs 1 ton could be out of prison after six years. $250,000 bail set in plane theft, ride WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -Bail was set at $250,000 yesterday for the young man who allegedly stole an airplane for an alcohol-fueled, three-hour joyride. Philippe Patricio, 21, of Bethel, is awaiting trial on charges of reckless endangerment, criminal possession of stolen property, resisting arrest, unauthorized use of a vehicle, and flying an aircraft while intoxicated.

He has been in custody: since he landed the plane on June 22 at Westchester County Airport, which was closed, after a trip from Danbury, where the four-seat Cessna was stolen. Bloomberg praised for alerting N.Y. NEW YORK Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani said yesterday that his successor, Michael Bloomberg, made the right decision by going public last week about a purported terrorist threat targeting the city's subway system. "Mayor Bloomberg did exactly the right thing about putting the information out to the public, as did (police) Commissioner (Ray) Kelly," Giuliani said. "I think they have handled the whole situation about terrorism very well." If Bloomberg had kept quiet, "just think of the criticism" he would have faced, said Giuliani at a Staten Island fund-raiser for incumbent Republican Borough President James Molinaro.

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