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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 4 April 2008

POIVfTpQ Friday, April 4, 2008 SANTA CRUZ SENTINEL D-7 I A 'Doonesbury' creator Garry Trudeau is taking a break trom his daily strip. He'll be back June 16. In the interim, we are ottering a new strip fl I mMm II MnM WWW fll Mr called 'Baldo,' created by Hector Cantu and Carlos Castellanos. Fans of the Comics page can look forward to a number of new additions to kl m l\rl m u\\\\\\t mm mw\\mu\%m'M the page very shortly. Right now, though, let us know what you think of 'Baldo.' We're curious. Contact cknoll@santacruzsentinel.com. DILBERT Scott Adams MUTTS Patrick McDonnell kordac, the preventer I|[ ~|J|~ I SHTINKV-I KNOW THE || Y ou CAN MAKE A"I /<rr7TN OF INFORMATION g S WORLD C AM QCCM '° 11 / CAN I \ SERVICES 1 * IT WORLD CAN SEEM DIFFERENCE-GET If ( BRING IW ) do you know houj the ! i DOESNT CRUEL ANP UNFAIR, out THERE - SPREAD f V BLANKY?/ system distinguishes § s . BUT WE CAN T m THE LOVE ANP HELP | \ 1/ BETUJ SK ?H T pr°^ IZED c /\ WU ! JUST HIPEUNPER | CHAN6E THE w...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 4 April 2008

D-8 SANTA CRUZ SENTINEL Friday, April 4, 2008 1%/|"|' jCTr 1 Monterey Jazz Festival line-up announced Neiman entrances SENTINEL STAFF REPORT with British jazz singer Jamie .-. O cmium SvrnnhnTiv fliirhpnrp Legendary jazz singer Nancy Also performing will be Kurt k-J y AAALyAJ. V/AJ. y d- VA vl-Xv'AJ.Wv<' Wilson will be part of a tribute Elling, Ryan Shaw, Jamie Davis, •/ A •/ to the late great sax man Can- Joshua Redman, Ledisi and the nonball Adderley as part of the Derek Trucks Band. -- By PHYLLIS ROSENBLUM work's opening, and a few of its star-studded line-up of the 2008 Composer and pianist Maria SENTINEL MUSIC WRITER many tricky transitions lacked Monterey Jazz Festival, it was Schneider returns to Monterey <_.\ precision. The orchestra brought announced this week. to premiere a work commis- • Pianist Adam Neiman the work to dramatic a close in The ambitious program also sioned by the Festival. And Ml- entranced Saturday evening's the "Finale: Allegro" mov...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 30 April 2010

MARINA STATE BEACH MARINA — An autistic Santa Cruz man missing for more than a week was found dead at Marina State Beach on Thursday morning, authorities con- m jsquires@ santacruzsentinel. com By JENNIFER SQUIRES Erik Lippmann disappeared from Seabright home April 21 firmed. Erik Lippmann, 30, walked away from his Seabright-area home April 21. Since his disappearance, people have searched relentlessly for Lippmann, who liked to walk through parks, forested areas and beaches. Monterey County sheriff’s deputies and coroner’s officials responded to the beach. Authorities believe he washed ashore, but deputies were trying to law enforcement community never abandoned the hope of a positive outcome.” “Receiving this news is devastating,” Santa Cruz police spokesman Zach Friend said.“ Countywide the Around 8 a. m. Thursday, a morning jogger found Lippmann’s body on the beach near a sand plant facility north of Marina, according to Cmdr. Jerry Teeter of the Monterey County Sheriff’s Depart...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 30 April 2010

“We don’t have enough information to lean one way or another,” Teeter said. The body was found about 200 yards south of the sand plant off Lapis Road just above the surf line. There were no obvious signs of the cause of death, deputies said. Miguel Alvarez, 88, was found dead on the railroad tracks near Ford Street in Watsonville on April 13. He left his family’s Grant Street home on April 6. Lippmann is the third missing person from Santa Cruz County to turn up dead in less than a month. The body of Carol Fundingsland, 74, was discovered off Highway 1 just south of Bonny Doon Road on April 12. Fundingsland, who had dementia, walked away from a downtown Santa Cruz care facility three days before she was found dead. Friend said.“ Our hearts and thoughts are fully with the family and friends of Mr. Lippmann.” tification, which slowed efforts to identify the man. Authorities used fingerprints to confirm the man “We cannot thank the hundreds of volunteers enough for their efforts to hel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

By CAIN BURDEAU and HOLBROOK MOHR Rough weather preventing cleanup efforts In its 2009 exploration plan and environmental impact analysis for the accident at an offshore rig that exploded, causing the worst U. S. oil spill in decades along the Gulf Coast and endangering shoreline habitat. ■ Major oil spill would be worse in California, A4 SEE SPILL ON A2 ing to Coast Guard estimates. One expert said Friday that the volume of oil leaking from the well nearly 5,000 feet below the surface could actually be much higher, and that even more may escape if the drilling equipment MORE INSIDE well, BP suggested it was unlikely, or virtually impossible, for an accident to occur that would lead to a giant crude oil spill and serious damage to beaches, fish and mammals. At least 1.6 million gallons of oil have spilled so far since the April 20 explosion that killed 11 workers, accord- POSITIVE LOITERING HUNDREDS GATHER TO RALLY AGAINST VIOLENCE ON WESTSIDE RECESSION’S FALLOUT Third year of major...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

1: Missing autistic man, Erik Lippmann, found dead at Marina beach Try the E-Edition at no cost. It’s a replica of the print edition, with easy tools for navigation and sharing. All the stories, photos and ads, a searchable archive, but no ink and paper. Subscribe: $ 1 per week. SANTA CRUZ SENTINEL r>TTTi>- -fl Till SPILL DAVE MARTIN/ AP Workers load a boat with oil booms in Bay St. Louis, Miss., as they continue preparations to head off damage from an impending oil spill along the Gulf coast Friday. ■ Advance tickets for Rail and Trail Day, planned for May 15, are available at several county locations. Call 425-0665 for details. The information was omitted from a story on page C3 on Friday. ■ Members of the Central Coast Foreclosure Collaborative include Rep. Sam Farr, D-Carmel, Santa Cruz County District Attorney’s Offi ce, Monterey County District Attorney’s Offi ce, Law Offi ces of Simmons & Purdy, California Rural Legal Assistance, SurePath Fin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

831-706-3201 w w w . s a n t a c r u z s e n t i n e l . c o m STATE Sierra snowpack way above normal STATE DIGEST r A three-judge panel of the 9th U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a federal judge can continue with a court-appoint-ed receiver to improve inmate medical care. California has been trying to end federal oversight of the state’s prison system, largely because of the growing costs. Prison health care appeal rejected SAN FRANCISCO ( AP) — The Schwarzenegger administration lost a legal fight Friday to end oversight of California’s prison health care system. Over the past decade, the Department of Water Resources has delivered 68 percent of water requests, on average. Last year, cities and farmers received 40 percent. Timothy Quinn, executive director of the Association of California Water Agencies, called the planned water allocations overly restrictive. “We’ve had a relatively wet water year, and we’re still getting drought-like wa t e r a l l o c a t i o n s ,” h ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

— which requires authorities to question people “What happened in Arizona proves that racism and anti-immigrant hysteria across the country still exists. We need to continue to fight,” said Lee Siu Hin, a coordinator with the Washington, D. C.-based National Immigrant Solidarity Network. Dozens of marches are planned for today in cities across the country from Los Angeles to Dallas to New York. CHICAGO — Immigrant rights activists hope Arizona’s controversial immigration law will spark enormous crowds of people to protest in rallies nationwide and add urgency to pleas for federal immigration reform. While supporters say the law is necessary because of the federal government’s failure to secure the border and growing anxiety over crime related to illegal immigration, critics say it’s unconstitutional and encourages racial profiling and discrimination against immigrants or any- Relying on online social networking, churches and ethnic media to mobilize, activists have called for a boyc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

Sakkthivel and the local pandit, or priest, have made their own sacrifices to keep their god in sweets. He used to use 7.7 pounds ( 3.5 kilos) of sugar to prepare the prasadam, or offering, but with spiraling prices, he’s cut back to three. Each day Sakkthivel prepares a pot of sweet ground rice as an offering to Tirupati Balaji — a south Indian god, who sits on a throne draped with marigolds. Take M. Sakkthivel, the cook at a temple in Machimal Nagar, a fishing village not far from south Mumbai’s financial center. Fruit is becoming a luxury. People have cut back on protein. Vegetable sellers complain profits are down because people are buying less. Food inflation that has been stuck in the double digits for a year has had a deep impact on school lunches, family meals and holy offerings. Anger with high prices erupted into protests this week that disrupted flights, trains and traffic. While policymakers debate how to feed people without driving the country deeper in debt, Indians gr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

LAINA Potter made his appearance as the evil banker on“ It’s a Wonderful Life.” No leftist polemicist could come up with as damning a description of contemporary capitalism as the contents of an e-mail that Goldman’s Fabrice “Fabulous Fab” Tourre sent to his girlfriend. Washington Post “Well,” he wrote,“ what if we created a ‘ thing’, which has no purpose, which is absolutely conceptual and highly theoretical and which nobody knows how to price?” If money is an abstraction, the investment industry’s creative inventions are abstractions of abstractions of abstractions. Banks no longer just give people loans to buy houses. Now Wall Street’s geniuses — and they are ingenious — trade bizarre Goldman may face SEC economic gibberish. charges, but it’s the entirety of our financial products in which the original loan is packaged with thousands of others and buried under piles of equations and Perhaps Fab once read the Karl Marx who wrote:“ The more abstract money is, the less natural its r...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

condemnation shows little understanding of the complexities involved. In any case, I wouldn’t be surprised if the way things are going we’ll see retirees“ sitting in” to protest the cuts in their pension benefits. The shorter, the better DESIREE FOXWORTHY, Santa Cruz Restructuring happens THiS IS WAY MoRe AMU$IM6 TriAM THE. OLD IMMIGRATE 6AME. End sanctuary city policy Ignorance breeds hate Nl ro-UFS NiMK.CoM Leaving the area Let’s keep teachers working not add to the unemployment. Our communities, children and the voters deserve it! ANNETTE HAYS, Santa Cruz and funded programs than a complete school year with larger classes and decimated programs. Tackle the wannabes The people of this district are good people. I’m rooting for you. KELLY SALAZAR, Santa Cruz The Santa Cruz City School District is but one entity that is facing this situation. Can all of the parties of the district come up with a plan to protect everyone? I believe this can happen, but it will mean that everyone will ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

LOS ANGELES — A rapidly expanding manufacturer of all-electric cars, solar panels and other green products from China announced Friday it will open a North American headquarters in Los Angeles, with plans to begin selling autos in the U. S. by the end of the year. Since starting BYD in 1995, Wang has built it into the world’s largest producer of rechargeable batteries for cell phones and laptop computers. The company, which employs 150,000 people, also produces solar panels, lighting systems and is working to develop a technology to store solar energy. According to BYD’s website, U. S. billionaire Warren Buffett bought a 10 percent stake in the company in 2008. attracting high-tech, cleanenergy companies that will help consumers reduce both pollution and their reliance on foreign oil. “As I’ve always said, what is good for the environment is also good for the economy,” Schwarzenegger said at a news conference at City Hall in which he and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa welcomed BYD offic...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

By DONNA JONES djones@ santacruzsentinel. com In a meeting with Sentinel reporters and editors Thursday, Martinez, who was once a vice president at Indian, declined to read the transcript, and said he didn’t recall the specific inci- A transcript of the message is in the court file. In the message, which is laced with profanity and gay slurs, the caller says the employee is a“ Nazi” and a“ racist pig” and warns if he doesn’t quit or get fired“ I am going to blow the ( expletive) place up. ... You got a bullet hole through your heart already. Do you understand what I’m saying ... I’m gonna ( expletive) snuff you.” comment. Martinez said Thursday he mer employer, Indian Motorcycles, on April 30, 2002, according to court records. The two misdemeanor allegations stem from a phone call made to Martinez’s for- WATSONVILLE — City Councilman Emilio Martinez, a candidate for Santa Cruz County supervisor, has an outstanding arrest warrant in Santa Clara County related to an alleged bomb threa...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

The event is sponsored by the UCSC Center for Labor Studies with funding from the Miguel Contreras Fund for Labor Studies of the University of California. For information, visit http:// ihr. ucsc. edu/ southwest-labor-studies, or contact Shann Ritchie at the UCSC Institute for Humanities Research, sritchie@ ucsc. edu or 459-5655. been Valley Churches United Missions plans a plant sale today from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. Proceeds from the sale, at 9400 Highway 9, benefit the emergency food pantry. For information, call 336-8258 or visit www. vcum. org. Capt. James Murtin, commanding officer of Pennsylvania State Police’s Troop N, acknowledged the mistaken identification and expressed regret for the error, according to Newsday, which first reported the story Thursday. Murtin said the notification was based on Esposito’s license as well as a“ general match” with the deceased. The relieved mother said when she finally got to see her son,“ I touched him all over and looked at his face,” she s...

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