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

8. 20% of the rail corridor from Santa Cruz to La Selva will not accommodate a trail with rail operation. 9. The business plan assumes that 15,000 dinner and excursion passengers per year will be served in the first year of operation with this number increasing to 30,000 per year. These numbers translate into 30,000 to 60,000 new auto trips on weekends in peak summer months and will require parking. For many, the dream of a train that would transport tourists from Santa Cruz to Davenport a few days a week during peak tourism months and/or a future walk and bikeway for county residents is worth consideration. The SCCBC agrees that this "dream" is worthy of consideration. However, the entire Santa Cruz community should be given the opportunity to decide if the proposed rail line purchase is worth the huge expense that such a "dream" will cost. Moreover, is the purchase and related ongoing commitment worth a possible reduction of other transportation services such as bus service, maint...

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

In a letter made available Wednesday, Yukiya Amano asked foreign ministers of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s 151 member states to share views on how to implement a resolution demanding that Israel “accede to the” Nonproliferation Treaty and throw its nuclear facilities open to IAEA oversight. VIENNA ( AP) — The head of the U. N. atomic watchdog is asking for international input on how to persuade Israel to join the Nonproliferation Treaty, in a move that is sure to add to pressure on the Jewish state to disclose its unacknowledged nuclear arsenal. Nuclear agency focuses on Israel The pirates launched the attack on the Liberi-an-flagged ship, which is named the Moscow University, at dawn. Cmdr. John Harbour, the EU Naval Force spokesman, said the crew evaded the pirates for several hours while sending out distress calls. They locked themselves in a secure room when the pirates boarded. — Somali pirates armed with automatic weapons boarded an oil tanker with $ 50 million of ...

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

• '{Percentage of sate p rive • Soquel 2 TRADER'S EMPO Antiques & Collectib 1 HOU SAT. MAY I [PHONE DAY ONLY • SALE PRICES 'I Fabulous M • Door Prizes • Refreshme • Lots of Fun • Visit Attilia Garden SOQUEL AVE. ( AT 7TH AVE.) SANTA CRUZ 8 3 1 . 4 6 5 . 9 2 1 6 Closed Mondays Open Tues.-Sat 9: 30-6 Sun. 10-5: 30 W W W. P O T T E R Y P L A N E T. C O M MOTHER'S DAY 6IFTS&6IFT CERTIFICATES On Tuesday night, the woman had wanted to order dinner from Kentucky Fried Chicken, but her husband insisted on going to a barbecue joint where he bought the tickets, Berglund said. Reese said the winner told him she plans on coming to work Thursday. “She’s usually the most pleasant and nice person to work with even when all hell is breaking loose,” he said.“ It renews your faith in the universe that something like this can happen to someone who really deserves it.” The woman has worked a freelancer for KNBC for about four years, and her husband was laid off two weeks ago, Re...

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

U. S. Gov’t GOLD COINS FINAL VAULT RELEASE * 2000-2010 + 3% S& P GOLD The United States Rare Coin and Bullion Reserve Main Vault Facility today announces the ~~ nal release of U. S. Gov ~ t Issued Gold Coins previously held in the West Point Depository/ U. S. Mint. For the ~~ rst time in recent history, U. S. citizens can buy Gov ~ t Issued $ 5 If you had $ 50,000 in the bank and you transferred it into Gold at today ~ s prices, you would now have an opportunity to gain as much as 5 times its value. That ~ s right, $ 250,000. On the other hand, if you leave that same $ 50,000 in the bank for 10 years, chances are, it ~ s only going to be worth the same $ 50,000. When you convert money to Gold, you haven ~ t spent your money but have transferred its value from a declining paper currency to a precious metal that is rising in both market and numismatic value. This is how the genius of owning Gold can protect your money in today ~ s very volatile market. Thousands of individ...

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

J F M AM 10,868.12 2,402.29 J F A M J F M AM 1,165.87 High 10,946.79 Low 10,814.84 Pet. change from previous: -0.91% Pet. change from previous: -0.54% THURSDAY May 6, 2010 High 2,421.05 Low 2,382.07 Pet. change from previous: -0.66% High 1,175.95 Low 1,158.15 WWW. SANTACRUZSENTINEL. COM Newsweek magazine up for sale By ANDREW VANACORE Associated Press PLEASURE POINT Tri Shop hosts grand opening The Post Co. said Wednesday it has retained the investment bank Allen & Co. to help find a buyer for the magazine. “Newsweek’s staff has been remarkable in cutting expenses and putting out a great magazine,” Post Co. Chairman Donald E. Graham said in an interview.“ But we did not see a path to sustained profitability within the company.” Jon Meacham, the magazine’s editor, said he is exploring every option for keeping Newsweek afloat, even the possibility of forming a group of backers to take it over. “We have so few common denominators and I don’t think the country would benefit ...

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

Republicans recruited Coats, a former lobbyist, to run months ago, when they were looking for a challenger to Democratic Sen. Evan Bayh. Bayh later announced his retirement. “The big question is whether the tea party is a tempest in a teapot. Do they have the organizational capabilities to compete with the Republicans?” said John Feehery, who advised former House Speaker Dennis Hastert, R-Ill., and is a Republican strategist. Obey was characteristically blunt in reply:“ I’ve won 25 elections. Does anybody think I don’t know how to win another one?” Six months before the midterm elections, and with the country trying to shake off the effects of a deep recession, polls show a disaffected electorate, angry at incumbents and highly skeptical of government’s ability to solve their problems. As a result, even Democrats concede Republicans are in line to make gains this fall, when 36 seats in the Senate and all 435 in the House are on the ballot. This week, against the backdrop of a stingi...

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

LETTERS POLICY More thoughts on downtown riot In defense of SubRosa Town needs some help THE DELL WILLIAMS FAMILY who supports our downtown in light of recent events, but also consistently over many years. We are here to stay and committed to making our downtown strong, safe and successful. Blame won’t help anarchists believe that violence is a legitimate form of political struggle, especially in self-defense. However, a large percentage of anarchists are pacifists ( many anarchists spent World War I and World War II in prison for their pacifist ideals), I’m guessing a much larger percentage than the overall population that tends to support our country’s many wars. CRAIG METZ, Santa Cruz The red fl ag was there RICK POPPLEWELL, Scotts Valley predicament and ours. Since we don’t have Wyatt Earp and his gang to help us though perhaps we could enlist the Hells Angels to help our cash-strapped town. Their presence lately seems to be more noticed than the cops, who should have never let ...

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

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

LIFESTYLE WWW. SANTACRUZSENTINEL. COM THURSDAY MAY 6, 2010 By SHANNA MCCORD smccord@ santacruzsentinel. com Watsonville City Councilman Antonio Rivas on Wednesday joins 20 other Central Coast Latino leaders in Salinas to condemn a new Arizona immigration law. law IMMIGRATION Latino leaders decry Arizona’s immigration SHANNA MCCORD/ SENTINEL Police would be required to question people about their immigration status if there is reason to suspect they’re in the country illegally. Arizona’s law makes what is already a federal offense — being in the country illegally — a state offense. Supporters say the law is designed to pressure the state’s estimated 460,000 illegal immigrants to leave the country and save taxpayer money. Rivas, a teacher at Alisal High School in Salinas, said Arizona’s immigration law promotes discrimination of Latinos and violates their civil rights. “We defeated the French now we have to defeat this law. This is our new battle,” said Rivas, who noted the significan...

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

According to the victim, two men in a van pulled up next to him while he was waiting for his father. The child told police the passenger demanded that the boy The incident happened n e a r Mo o r e a n d H i g h streets, according to police. The men were driving a late 1990s van with rust on the front, police reported. SANTA CRUZ — Police are searching for two men who tried to kidnap a 10-year-old boy on the Westside late Tuesday afternoon. Mailer stirs controversy in PV water fee debate The flag has flown in U. S. military combat zones and at the Pentagon, several presidential libraries, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation Memorial and the National Peace Officers Memorial to honor those who have died in the line of duty in service to our communities and our country, Coffee said. As a special honor, the U. S. Honor Flag, which flew over Ground Zero following the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, will fly above the CHP memorial fountain, serving as a tribute to all officer...

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

At last count, the facility was home to 29 people. The shutdown order, issued Friday, shocked families who have been satisfied with care of their relatives. Baxter’s son, who lives in Boulder Creek, signed the admission agreement, agreeing to pay $ 3,500 a month for basic services plus the escort fee for medical appointments. The Tufos were in meetings Wednesday and did not comment. trained and medication assistance inadequately provided. “My dad needs a lot of attention, and I could tell he was getting it,” Cole said. Family members who appealed to county officials for help were told it’s impossible to bring in another administrator in time to keep Chanticleer Aptos resident Greg Cole said he was impressed with the home’s cleanliness and the staff’s helpfulness. His father, who has Parkinson’s and dementia and uses a wheelchair, moved there in October. “Martha and Silvio Tufo and their staff at Chanticleer Home have worked miracles with our mother,” she wrote in a letter to state o...

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

According to the district attorney, the prison board denied Anderson’s bid for release finding that“ he is not yet suitable for parole and would pose an unreasonable risk of danger to society and a threat to public safety if released from prison at this time.” The board ordered that Anderson be given a parole hearing date in seven years. Both Anderson and Crase pleaded guilty to the Fremont robbery and were sent to the Department of Corrections, where they were arrested on the Santa Cruz charges. They were brought back to Santa Cruz County for prosecution. Both were sentenced to life. clerk with surgical tape. Ten days later, they stole a large stamp display from Everything Paper, holding the owner at gunpoint. At the time, the judge said the robberies were the most serious he had ever come across, according to Sentinel records. Anderson and Crase were arrested after investigators saw a story in the San Jose Mercury News describing a similar robbery committed by Anderson and Crase a...

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

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

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

this postseason — has gone a long way toward quieting those who have questioned his ability to be a successful goalie when the Stanley Cup is on the line. His 2.14 goals-against average is the best of any goaltender in the playoffs. His save percentage is a respectable if not spectacular .916. And no one tops his seven victories — the one stat that matters most at this time of the year. Nabokov’s career playoff won-lost record was a so-so 32-21 going into this RADIO: 1340 AM TODAY’S GAME: Sharks at Red Wings TIME: 4: 30 p. m. TV: CSN-CA, Versus San Jose went on to a 4-3 overtime vic- “I think it was a turning point,” coach Todd McLellan said of Nabokov’s Game 3 save on a penalty shot by Detroit scoring threat Henrik Zetterberg.“ At that point, we were on our heels more than our toes.” DETROIT — With one flash of his glove, Evgeni Nabokov went a long way toward giving the Sharks their chance tonight to eliminate the Detroit Red Wings. And while there is still a long way to go, that s...

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

MEN’S GOLF Aptos’ Eddie Olson, a senior at UNLV, will compete in his fourth Mountain West Conference Championship, which begins today at Tucson National Golf Club in Arizona. Olson’s first career victory for the Rebels was at the 2008 MWC Championship. Watsonville [ 13-7, 7-2 MTAL] visits Schekman has also decided to play lacrosse for San Jose State’s club team next year. Schekman’s nine scores broke his own single-game Watsonville record of seven, and brought his tally for the season to 76, topping David Sabo’s single-season county record of 72 in 2008. Diego Rosillo set a Wildcatz single-game mark with five assists, and Jaimie Davis scored the first varsity goal by a female in school history. Jacob Schekman scored nine goals to lead Watsonville to a 17-4 pummeling of Carmel in a Mission Trails Athletic League game that featured four milestones set. HIGH SCHOOL LACROSSE Grizzlies pitcher Christina Cawaling allowed seven hits and no walks. Both teams next play Friday at 4 p. m. Eric...

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

Top-ranked Serena Williams and older sister Venus each advanced to the quarterfinals at the Italian Open on Wednesday. Serena Williams, in her first tournament in three months, defeated Andrea Petkovic of Germany 6-2, 3-6, 6-0. Venus ousted Shahar Peer of Israel 6-3, 6-4. The 24-year-old Jurrjens, who was scheduled to start Saturday at Philadelphia, sustained the injury April 29, when he left a start at St. Louis after only one inning. MLB Atlanta Braves right-hander Jair Jurrjens is headed to the 15day disabled list because of a left hamstring strain. The local organizing committee of the World Cup says its budget is“ tight” and concedes that it is under pressure to stage the tournament without overspending. SOCCER NABOKOV Continued from C1 IP H R ER BB SO IP H R ER BB SO Home 11-4 10-5 7-5 7-5 7-4 Str W-1 W-2 L-1 L-1 L-1 Str L-2 W-1 L-2 W-2 W-1 W-1 Home 10-3 8-7 7-6 7-4 4-8 6-12 Tampa Bay Seattle Seattle Totals H R ER BB SO 000 020 033 — 8 E— C. Pena ( 2), Jo. Wilson ( 1). LOB— Ta...

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

“We don’t think of it in that way,” said Dave, 64. “But the last year certainly has been rewarding for our family.” The brothers are part of a strong Islands breeze that blows through the Stanford program. Seven players are from Hawaii, including starters Kawika, Erik, Brad Lawson and Spencer McLachlin. So are assistant coaches Daniel Rasay and Chris McLachlin — Spencer’s father who also, once upon a time, was the high school basketball coach of President Obama. But the key to the Hawaii pipeline is Kawika Shoji ( pronounced Kah-VEE-kah SHOW-jee). Stanford, which won the 1997 national title, had fallen on hard times when Kawika was being “Actually, even though they were batting the ball around at age 2 or 3, it wasn’t entirely apparent to me that they were going to be as good as they are,” Dave said. the kids’ sports genes come from their mother, Mary — a North Dakota native who played basketball at Hawaii. But their volleyball futures were inevitable, right? Kawika was a state high...

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

the Santa Cruz Film Festival founding director, ever without its For the fi rst time FESTIVAL oj oj 1 oj ' <-u' oj 1 m 1 o > f> 1 '' Between a rock and a soft place DAN COYRO/ SENTINEL Victoria May is comfortable with the clutter in her North Coast studio, where she works on multiple pieces at the same time. Rydell artist Victoria May explores dichotomy By CHRIS WATSON cwatson@ cruzio. com Anthony Hamilton and the Blind Boys of Alabama are among the performers reworking civil rights anthems in ‘ Soundtrack for a Revolution.’ IF YOU GO ‘SOUNDTRACK FOR A REVOLUTION’ What’s shifted, of course, is how May uses those domestic items. Still — the famous author who hid her identity behind a male pseudonym might be surprised to learn that May, comfortable in the 21st century, owns three ironing boards, five sewing machines and spends many pleasant hours hand-stitching threads onto silk and muslin, much as women in Eliot’s era did. Eliot, for her part, said so...

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

directors at the SCFF have had to deal with false assumptions that the festival has now been taken over by outside forces. Soler said that almost all members of the new SCFF team have worked in different volunteer roles for several years. Still, the title of the Festival’s opening event suggests a new order.“ Soundtrack for a Revolution” kicks off the 2010 SCFF in grand style tonight at the Del Mar in downtown Santa Cruz. The documentary is a musical tour de force, examining the music that powered the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and ’ 60s and reimagining those songs for a CONTRIBUTED PHOTO The thriller/ romance ‘ And Then Came Lola’ borrows a conceit from the popular German cult classic ‘ Run Lola Run.’ WHERE: Santa Cruz Art League, 526 Broadway, Santa Cruz COST: Free DETAILS: 426-4825 or www. russellbrutsche. com WHAT: CD release party for ‘ The Westbound’ WHEN: Saturday, performances at 4 and 6 p. m. new generation of singers, including The Roots, John Legend and Wyclef Jea...

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