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

SEE GIANTS ON B8 SEE SHARKS ON B7 SAN FRANCISCO — The Giants have mastered the art of getting their brooms ready, but they haven’t quite figured out how to use them. ROCKIES 4, GIANTS 1 TUESDAY’S GAME: Giants at Marlins TIME: 4: 10 p. m. RADIO: 680 AM TV: CSN “He wasn’t missing by much but he just couldn’t get the last out,” Bochy said.“ They kept their rallies going and that’s what did us in.” It was the shortest outing of the season for Sanchez, who gave up three hits, walked five and hit a batter. All three of the runs he was charged came with two outs. Sanchez got two quick outs but put runners on the corners and was pulled with Jason Giambi in the on-deck circle. Bochy said he was“ just looking for one out” from Brandon Medders, but the reliever wasn’t able to get the Giants out of the jam, walking Giambi and giving up back-to-back run-scoring singles. The banged-up Rockies got more than what they needed from rookie Jhoulys Chacin, who gave up one hit over seven innings for his...

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

Carlos Boozer had 18 points and 12 rebounds for Utah. Paul Millsap and C. J. Miles contributed 16 points apiece, including several difficult baskets in the fourth quarter while the Jazz surged ahead with a 121 run. Los Angeles will host Game 2 of the best-of-seven series on Tuesday night. finals. Deron Williams scored 24 points for fifth-seeded Utah, which managed just one more field goal after taking a 93-89 lead with 4: 10 to play. Utah has lost 15 straight to the Lakers at Staples Center, including seven playoff games. The Sharks have won five straight games since Dan Boyle’s pass deflected off a Colorado stick and into his own net in Game 3 of the first round. That’s a sign they might finally be shedding the label of postseason underachievers. To do that, they still need to knock off the Red Wings, who have ruled the Western Conference by going to six of the past 14 Stanley Cup finals. No other team in the conference has been to the finals more than twice in that span. Evgeni Na...

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

Continued from B6 Associated Press HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL TIME PLACE Seaside at Watsonville Monterey at Pajaro Valley NMC at MVC 4 p. m. Watsonville High 4 p. m. Pajaro Valley High 4 p. m. MVC School MLB TIME TV ESPN Angels at Red Sox 4 p. m. Rangers at A’s CYCLING 1 p. m. VERSUS 10 p. m. VERSUS ( replay) Tour de Romandie NBA PLAYOFFS 5 p. m. TNT Celtics at Cavaliers 7: 30 p. m. TNT Spurs at Suns NHL PLAYOFFS 4 p. m. VERSUS 6: 30 p. m. VERSUS Manchester Utd. at Sunderland 3 p. m. CSN Flyers at Bruins SOCCER Canucks at Blackhawks Tuesday at Marlins Wednesday at Marlins Thursday at Marlins Friday at Mets sfgiants. com ■ 1-877-4SFGTIX ■ Radio: 680 AM GIANTS Today vs. Rangers 7: 05 p. m. CSN-CA Tuesday vs. Rangers 7: 05 p. m. CSN-CA Continued from B6 Wednesday vs. Rangers 12: 35 p. m. CSN-CA GIANTS Saturday at Mets SAN FRANCISCO vs. Rays Friday 7: 05 p. m. CSN-CA 1: 05 p. m. CSN-CA Saturday vs. Rays OAKLAND STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS, WESTERN CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS Saturday vs. Red Wings 7 p. m....

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

big points against Stosur, who was a semifinalist last year at the French Open and since has compiled a 16-2 record on clay. “It’s very emotional to be back here because one year ago at this time I never expected to be back,” Henin said.“ It’s been a fantastic week, everything was just perfect.” ■ Rafael Nadal maintained his focus through two rain delays to beat fellow Spaniard David Ferrer 7-5, 6-2 and claim his fifth Rome Masters title in six years. Having won the Monte Carlo Masters two weeks ago to end an 11-month title drought, Nadal improved to 10-0 on clay this year and provided another signal he is back to dominating on his preferred surface after a series of injuries. Rangers 3, Mariners 1, 11 inn. Texas Seattle IP H R ER BB SO IP H R ER BB SO L10 7-3 6-4 5-5 5-5 4-6 Str W-1 L-1 W-1 L-3 W-3 Home 10-3 10-5 7-5 7-5 7-3 Str W-2 W-3 L-2 L-1 L-3 L-6 Home 10-3 7-6 6-6 4-8 5-4 5-10 Str W-2 L-2 W-2 L-2 W-3 Home 5-4 11-5 7-6 7-6 8-4 36 1 5 1 000 000 001 02 — 3 38 3 8 2 Totals 000 10...

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

FIVE-DAY FORECAST FOR SANTA CRUZ TODAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY NATIONAL FORECAST Shown are noon positions of weather systsrrs and precipitator ■ttr'dV Temperature bands are today's highs. Mostly sunny. .. . , ,. Mostly sunny and _. . , .. Breezy in the morn Abundant sunshme. comfortable. P'enty of sunshine. sum . 69° 50° 67° 43° 68° 43° 68° 46° 65° 42° « San Jose 77/50 76/47 Boulder Creek 72/48 76/44 / El Paso5i« _~< New York -\ . X my Washington ; \ Miami \,. 88/75 National Extremes [yesterday for the 48 contiguous stales) High: 97, Ocala, FL Low: 10. Bodie State Park. CA Fronts Lake Tahoe Sacramento 64/34 82/50 ~ 59 ;- 27 81/50 iXv/ X o oo 0.00 Swanton 64/48 Scotts Valley 80V42 Ben Lomol, d 68/45 70/47 NA/NA ' 81/44 j Bonny Doon 72/48 75/42 6:12 a.m. 7:59 p.m. 12:29 a.m. 10:21 a.m. Full San Francisco 66/50 69/50 0.00 Fresno 84/57 /' -' ' 79/54 -5-" 4.. 0.00 Eureka 59/41 Redding 59/*44'- - 83/53 0.00 80/53 0.00 SUN AND MOON TODAY Sunrise: Sunset: Moonrise: Moon...

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

SANTA CRUZ SURFING CLUB if ■ " I'-jflj i j mil 'V 1 WWW. SANTACRUZSENTINEL. MAY DAY MAYHEM City seeks FBI’s help with downtown riot investigation r f 1 a truce Surf lawsuit ends in club DAN COYRO/ SENTINEL FILE As part of the settlement, Harry Mayo, shown here in December 2008, maintains control of his surf memorabilia. Club keeps name, member retains memorabilia, grandson of a founder gets cut of future sales By ALIA WILSON awilson@ santacruzsentinel. com By J. M. BROWN jbrown@ santacruzsentinel. com HOWARD SKERRY, Santa Cruz police chief HAYNES SEE RIOT ON A2 SEE CAFE ON A9 Anarchist SubRosa Cafe finds itself on the defensive MORE INSIDE: Enough is enough. Tolerant city needs to toughen stance, EDITORIAL, A11 ers placed around town and at UC Santa Cruz, was designed to provide“ political and physical” cover for an unnamed anarchist group. Ma s k e d d emo n s t r a t o r s grabbed large rocks from Pacific Avenue tree beds and threw them through business WILLIAMS SANTA CRUZ — At th...

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

SHMUEL THALER/ Santa Cruz police Sgt. Michael Harms checks in at Dell Williams Jewelers during his rounds on Monday. The store's two main display windows on Pacifi c Avenue were shattered by rioters on Saturday. n n n , , FIRST PREW NEXT LAST I [ 1 jifk -= 5rch ] I \Pi l£i SING1E DOUI Santa Cruz Sentinel m < t m i i A: Main Nation State World Business Opinion B: Advertiser C: Extra Extra Santa Cruz Sentinel PROTESTS AUDITS locals gear up rnUIUId HULIMO fe FOR BIKE FESTIML FIRE BREAKS OUT AT UCSC LIBRARY RIOT Entertainment Comics D: Sports Outside Continued from A1 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. J\ k i I S . 1 i ; ||1§|h FANTASY 5 SHMUEL THALER/ SENTINEL Plywood remains on the front door of Peet's Coffee & Tea on Pacifi c Avenue on Monday. Afternoon DAILY 3 3 2 9 1 5 8 Night 4 15 26...

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

SANTA CRUZ SENTINEL TUESDAY, MAY 4, 2010 A3 By SAMANTHA YOUNG Associated Press ‘ You turn on the television and see this enormous disaster, you say to yourself, Why would we want to take on that kind of risk?” GOV. SCHWARZENEGGER “You turn on the television and see this enormous disaster, you say to yourself, ’ Why would we want to take on that kind of risk?’” Schwarzenegger said. The announcement assures that no new drilling will take place off the state’s coastline in the foreseeable future because Schwarzenegger would have to include the drilling proposal in his May revision of the state budget. Speaking at a news conference near Sacramento, the governor said television images of the oil spill in the Gulf have changed his mind about the safety of oceanbased oil platforms. SACRAMENTO — Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Monday withdrew his support of a plan to expand oil drilling off the California coast, citing the massive oil spill that resulted from a drilling rig explosion in the G...

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

In the Chandeleur Sound on Monday, about 40 miles northeast of Venice, thick, heavy oil was slicked in long clumps that looked like raw sewage. Several sick and dying jellyfish could be seen in the water. “This rain is mother ocean crying because of all this oil in her,” said charter boat captain Bob Kenney.“ This is what makes me cry.” Numerous dead turtles, fish and other wildlife have washed up on Gulf shores, though authorities have not yet confirmed that any of the animals died because of the spill. Procter & Gamble Co. says it has rushed 1,000 bottles of Dawn dishwashing liquid to the region to help clean any wildlife soiled by oil. BP CEO Tony Hayward said Monday that the equipment that failed and led to the spill belonged BILL HABER/ AP Workers at the Wild Well Control company work on a containment chamber Monday that will be used to help contain the oil leaking from the Deepwarter Horizon drilling platform. to Baer said BP could also be held liable under additio...

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

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

The siege of Mumbai, which Kasab, 22, faces the death penalty or life in prison; the court will meet today to consider his sentence. “The offenses committed by them was a brazen act of war against India,” Judge M. L. Tahaliyani said, referring to Kasab and nine other men who unleashed a wave of violence with grenades and machine guns, attacking five-star hotels, a busy commuter train station, a popular bar and a Jewish center. He added,“ It was not a simple crime of murder or intent to murder.” The defendant, Ajmal Kasab, a Pakistani, hung his head as a judge read a summary of the judgment to him in Hindi at a special courtroom in a jail here. Kasab, who spent most of the hearing bent over, held a grave expression but said nothing. MUMBAI, India — The only surviving gunman in the 2008 terrorist attack on this city was convicted Monday of murder, conspiracy and waging war against India during a three-day assault that killed more than 160 people. AJIT SOLANKI/ AP Indian protesters Mon...

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

Dund enrichment program for ages 3-6 at Wilder Hall in .omond. Art, music, creative play and field trips. Jual and group activities. Several enrollment options, ng & Theater classes also offered for ages 5-9. Kreative Kids Swim Lessons Simpkins Family Swim Center • 6/23-8/28 >* Excellent Instruction Small Classes >* Daytime & Evening Lessons >* Lessons for all swim abilities Summer Camps Cam at Quail Hollow Ranch, 7/12-7/23, for ages 6-11. California history, life science, and art combined! A variety of hands-on, fun-filled, educational activities give children the opportunity to experience times past. La Selva Beach D at the Clubhouse, 6/7-8/6, for ages 6-12. Full and part-time registration options. Arts & crafts, games, sports, special events, local & out-of-county field trips, and more! 2 ■- . at Aptos Village Park, 6/14-8/13, for ages 6Participants receive hands-on visual art and science instruceach...

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

9,500 1,400 1,300 1,200 1,100 1,000 900 800 J F A M 11,151.83 2,498.74 J F 1,800 M AM J F A M 1,202.26 High 11,177.67 Low 11,009.60 Pet. change from previous: +1.53% Pet. change from previous: +1.3% TUESDAY May 4, 2010 High 2,503.00 Low 2,472.32 Pet. change from previous: +1.31% High 1,205.13 Low 1,188.58 WWW. SANTACRUZSENTINEL. COM Shareholders fi le suit against Goldman Lawsuits seeking damages, restitution and reforms S A N TA C R U Z London speaks at Caffeineighted Associated Press Cost is $ 15 members, $ 25 nonmembers. Register at www. santacruzchamber. org Management consultant Susan London, founder of The Collaborative Advantage, will lead an interactive conversation for the Santa Cruz Chamber of Commerce Women in Business Caffeineighted program 7: 30 to 9 a. m. Thursday at 611 Ocean St. She will talk about how to pay attention to a world of relationship while staying tuned to practical everyday concerns. Goldman’s lengthy filing notes that the litigation by shareholders make...

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

1/ 21/ 1929 TO 4/ 25/ 2010 CAFE Continued from A1 Actress Lynn Redgrave dies of breast cancer at age 67 Associated Press SUSIE FUCHS HEILBRON m DAN COYRO/ SENTINEL SubRosa Cafe on Lower Pacific Avenue, popular with disenfranchised youth and anarchists, posted fliers calling for a night of mayhem in downtown Santa Cruz Saturday night. A private family ser vice is planned. If desired, donations can be made in her memory to your favorite charity, the Alzheimer’s Association or Hospice of Santa Cruz County. She is survived by her daughter Andrea Heilbron, her son-in-law, Dean Kingston and her grandsons David Heilbron Kingston and Patrick Heilbron Kingston. Her family would like to express their gratitude to the caregivers at Aegis Living for their unbelievable kindness, gentleness and compassion. Also, thanks to the many wonder ful people from Hospice Santa Cruz who were involved in her care. They enjoyed many happy years together nurturing each other with unconditional love while raisi...

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

t Seven Directions Institute ACTIVE YOUTH SPORTS CAMPS JJJJJuuuuunnnnniiiiiooooorrrrr SSSSShhhhhaaaaarrrrrkkkkk MMMuuuuullllltttttiiiii-----SSSSSpppppooooorrrrrttttt CCCCCaaaaammmppppp St. Francis CCC High School will hold three 1-week sessions of a multi-sport day camp for kids ages 5-12. The sessions are: July 12th-16th, July 19th-23rd, and July 26th-30th. The cost is $ 185/ week, which includes a t-shirt, afternoon snack, and prizes. Hours are 8: 30-4: 30pm and early drop off is available. For more info, visit www. juniorsharkcamp. com or call Camp Director Jen Watson at 831-724-5933 x207. Tm SStt.. FFrraanncciiss FFoooottbbaallll SSkkiillllss CCaammpp St. Francis CCC High School will hold a one-week football skills camp from June 21st to June 25th. The cost of the camp will be $ 75 for the week, which will include football skills instruction, a camp T-shirt, and a pizza lunch on the last day of camp. The hours of the camp will be 8: 00am to 12: 30pm and early drop off is availab...

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

Alan Pagano’s article regarding merit pay for teachers has inspired this letter to the editor. good part of my career in public education, I would have been very uncomfortable getting more money than my buddy in the room next door, just because I was a“ star.” Education isn’t the NFL or NBA. We don’t have first-round draft giving teachers tenure until they have been given a fair chance to who need to improve and not picks. Merit pay sets up a model of competition that would be divisive in our profession. The real issue is consistent evaluation of teachers, providing assistance to teachers improve. The administrator needs to be a coach to their teachers. Giving administrators power over teachers’ salaries would only lead to feelings of favoritism and inequity among staff members. Students should be the only stars in our schools. ANDREW TODD, Santa Cruz Want to stop violence? Anti-Muslim bias organizers asked people to take Really, Santa Cruz? Los Angeles has 50,000 people protest — 5...

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

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

Democrat touts bipartisanship, progressive agenda JOHN LAIRD By KURTIS ALEXANDER kalexander@ santacruzsentinel. com By JONDI GUMZ jgumz@ santacruzsentinel. com WORLD WAR II MEMORIES IF YOU GO By ROMAIN FONSEGRIVES newsroom@ santacruzsentinel. com SEE HOME ON B14 SEE B17 ON B14 Families told to fi nd other arrangements by May 14 State shuts down Chanticleer Home ASSISTED LIVING POLITICAL EXPERIENCE: Six years in state Assembly; previously served as mayor of Santa Cruz and city councilman as well as trustee on the Cabrillo College Board. FAMILY: Married HOMETOWN: Aptos AGE: 60 “Sam went to Sacramento to be a good Republican moderate, and he took a hard turn to the right,” Laird said of his opponent. RIO DEL MAR — Former Santa Cruz Assemblyman John Laird formally announced his bid for the state Senate on Monday, setting up what’s expected to be a close and costly contest against Assemblyman Sam Blakeslee, RSan Luis Obispo, for the vacated seat of Abel Maldonado. Laird, a popular Democr...

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

He said Gilroy police weren’t interested enough to pursue the warrant, and, though Martinez has been on the City Council for two years, it never came up. cal joke” is“ ridiculous.” in Gilroy and harm one of its employees. Martinez’s lawyer, Paul Meltzer, said for his client to face 8-year-old charges based on a“ stupid practi- Martinez, who said he was unaware of the warrant until last Thursday, said the threat was a prank. An arrest warrant was issued eight years ago, but never served by the Gilroy Police Department. Councilman to face 8-year-old charges stemming from threats Free foreclosure workshop offered M A R I N A Cabrillo ratifies teachers contract but faces summer counseling issues Spanish translation will be provided. For information, call the Watsonville Law Center at 722-2845 or Monning’s office at 425-1503. The workshop, held in partnership with U. S. Rep. Sam Farr, D-Carmel, and Assemblyman Bill Monning, D-Monterey, will be 1-4 p. m. at the Marina Public Library, 190 ...

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

tion of time and skill equals $ 20.25 per hour. Volunteer Centers Executive Director Karen Del- Two Southern California entrepreneurs came up with the idea for Allthis. com. Loewe said statistics from the U. S. Bureau of Labor show that on average dona- “Sometimes people can’t provide money to a charity, but they can supply a skill. That translates into dollars.” MALL SPACE AVAILABLE Gottschalks building goes on the market Offers for sale or lease due June 11 By JONDI GUMZ jgumz@ santacruzsentinel. com - - 5 The building, at far left, that formerly housed Gottschalks at the Capitola Mall, is for sale. SHMUEL THALER/ SENTINEL FILE half.” Mayor Sam Storey welcomed Monday’s announcement. “The city is pleased to see this space being marketed,” he said.“ We know that a major chain such as Target will find that this is a great location to do business.” Capitola planning commissioner Michael Termini added,“ First choice is Target, but, barring that, how about a Nordstrom Rack?” Target offi...

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