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

E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons, who arose from a wheelchair to perform at the 2009 Super Bowl with Bruce Springsteen after a double knee replacement, is taking the stage again amid a new struggle to recover from major spinal surgery. HOL L YWOOD , F l a . ( AP) — The Big Man is back. For more local activities, visit the Things to Do section of the Sentinel home page to search and view comprehensive listings for events, movies, restaurants and performers in the area or sign up and promote your own event. Visit http:// events. santacruzsentinel. com. White simply Golden hosting ‘ Saturday Night Live’ By FRAZIER MOORE Associated Press ‘ Of course, back then, we didn’’ t want to do it live. We just didn’t know how to tape things. I don’t know what this show’s excuse is.’ BETTY WHITE But White was the queen bee, appearing in nearly every bit throughout the 90-minute span — definitely feminine tone and was a reunion of sorts for“ SNL” alumnae, bringing back former regulars inc...

Publication Title: Santa Cruz Sentinel
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 10 May 2010

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

Giants weather New York Wilson comes through with wind-blown save A’s Braden throws 19th perfect game in MLB history By ANDREW BAGGARLY San Jose Mercury News By CARL STEWARD Contra Costa Times CARL Contra Costa Times BREAKING DOWN PERFECTION GIANTS 6, METS 5 TUESDAY’S GAME: Padres at Giants TIME: 7: 15 p. m. RADIO: 680 AM TV: CSN CARLOS AVILA GONZALEZ/ AP ( TOP); MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ/ AP Rays in Oakland on Sunday. Braden, top, completed First Oakland perfecto since 1968 A’s pitcher Dallas Braden, center, is mobbed by teammates after throwing a perfect game against the Rays the 19th perfect game in major league history, as the A’s won 4-0. to witness feat on hand Grandmother The Giants like their current waterfront ballpark, thank you “I’m not sure,” he said, with an impish grin.“ We’ll have to test it out. ~~ It’s still there.” Could Wilson have thrived at blustery Candlestick? It was a dominating appearance in a game that turned instantly when Rowand’s home run plowed through a cros...

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

BOYS GOLF MEN’S GOLF Aptos at CCS Regional No. 1 all day Rancho Cañada G. C. HIGH SCHOOL LACROSSE Watsonville at PCS 4 p. m. PCS MLB TIME TV noon CSN-CA 3 p. m. CSN ESPN 4 p. m. PCS thrower shatters discus mark W W W. S A N TA C R U Z S E N T I N E L . C O M / S P O R T S S P O R T S E D I T O R : J U L I E J A G , J J A G @ S A N TA C R U Z S E N T I N E L . C O M Wrestler recovers from paralysis to walk at college graduation Bischoff-Frederick leads Pumas to 3rd at Coastal Division meet PCS freshman Miranda Arnett leapt 4-8 in the high jump for second place and a new school record, and teammate Isabella Porporato’s 68-7 discus throw broke another PCS mark and gave her a third-place finish. Talbot blazed through the dash events, winning the 100 [ 12.79], 200 [ 26.74] and 400 [ 1: 00.69]. GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD Kirby’s Ruth Talbot took first in three events as the Griffins finished last at the MTAL Coastal Division championships with 25 points, behind Stevenson [ 125], York [ 60], An...

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

The scene was one of those heart-rending moments that almost superseded the accomplishment of the perfect game itself. up with the long hug that resonated nationally.“ I said to him, ‘ Your mom would be so proud,’ and I think that’s kind of what he was thinking, too.” Stick it, A-Rod. Beautiful. pitching, and then Grandma followed up with the perfect postscript. Dallas delivered perfect It made it an unforgettable day for a lot of people who witnessed one of the rarest of baseball achievements. “During the game, before the game, the night before the game,” he said.“ It hasn’t been a joyous day for me in a while. But to know that I still get to come out and compete and play a game on that day, that makes it a little better. With my grandma in the stands, it makes it a lot better.” In short, Braden admitted that in the wake of his mother’s death, his grandmother was his savior. But he still has trouble with Mother’s Day, because it brings back painful memories. She never misses a home...

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

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

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

and his family departed Thursday on a flight out of Hong Kong and were staying with a friend in Philadelphia, Wan said in a telephone interview. Wan said he decided to leave because of mounting mental stress due to the authorities’ intimidation of him as well as their move to regulate overseas donations to local groups, complicating efforts to get money from supporters in FIVE-DAY FORECAST FOR SANTA CRUZ TODAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Sunny. 65° Partly sunny. ALMANAC Mostly sunny. Mostly sunny. Nice with plenty of sunshine. 42° 66° 43° 67° 47° 66° 48° 70° 47° « San Jose 60/47 64/52 , A (WARM) San Francisco \ S2>46 V * Los Angeles 69/54 NATIONAL FORECAST Shown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitatior Temperature bards are today's highs. 1 "»vU> _ Denverjjj <« <j ,-\ ' I f 4«&tvVashingtori KW WWW ilk-A-vr " Atlanta — ' [ \ (nice) 60/41 58/50 Boulder Creek * Houston V SS/73 v { O Miami * * 84/74 Fronts Nati...

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

• I - robbery shooter Man shot during attempt; detained DAN COYRO/ SENTINEL Work boots are left on the Pajaro River levee where a laborer was shot by a suspected gang member Monday. The shooter was held by bystanders until police arrived. SEE SHOOTING ON A2 By JENNIFER SQUIRES jsquires@ santacruzsentinel. com Victim’s friend holds down gang member until police arrive The violence created a confusing scene at the Santa CruzMonterey county line. Two ambulances were called: Monterey County sheriff’s deputies were initially sent to the scene, but Watsonville police officers monitoring the emergency radio traffic realized the gunfire erupted on the Santa Cruz County side of the river and took over the response. off. One laborer, whose age was unavailable, was hit in the upper torso, Gonzalez said. One of the laborer’s friends then jumped on the suspected gunman and held him until police arrived, Gonzalez said. The two other gang members fled. WATSONVILLE — A laborer was shot when gang me...

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

WHAT: Food Forward is a documentary series created by three Bay Area journalists that looks at changes to the nation’s industrial food system being made by individuals, groups and explores biodynamic farming methods through the Ben Lomond-based Love Apple projects. The pilot episode, still in its early stages, Farms. PACIFIC ELEMENTARY: Food Forward has planned an episode about school nutrition, including footage from Davenport’s Pacifi c Elementary School, where fi fth-and sixth-graders make lunch for the whole school, every day, in an on-site kitchen. DETAILS: To view the Food Forward trailer, visit www. youtube. com/ watch? v= W_ GUu__ h_ PU 6 7 10 22 24 DAILY 3 2 8 6 0 2 2 Afternoon Night 4 18 19 43 47 5 Jackpot: $ 10M, no winner SATURDAY’S SUPER LOTTO No. 6, Whirl Win No. 11, Money Bags No. 12, Lucky Charms 1: 43.21 DAILY DERBY 2 7 20 34 50 40 Jackpot: $ 12M, no winner FRIDAY’S MEGA MILLIONS Santa Cruz Sentinel HELP Internet Director ( 831) 429-2413 Advertising Support Manager ...

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

Morris said Huckaby now faces a sentence of 25 years to life in prison without the possibility of parole when she’s sentenced June 14. hearing Monday morning. The initial charges in the grand jury indictment last year would have made her eligible for the death penalty if convicted. Her trial had been set to begin in October. STATE SEN. DEAN FLOREZ Florez, in a press release, complained that it took a directive from the California Public Utilities Commission, which has launched an independent probe of the SmartMeter program, to force PG& E to release what But State Senate Majority Leader Dean Florez, DShafter, chairman of the Senate Select Committee on the Smart Grid, characterized the utility’s latest disclosures as“ more as slow crawl toward the truth than anything else.” “While we have confidence in this technology, some of our customers question whether they can have faith in our SmartMeter program, and frankly in PG& E,” said senior vice president Helen B...

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

Mayor Lou Barletta, of Hazleton, Pa., called Kobach in 2006 to discuss a proposal to fine landlords who rent to illegal immigrants and to deny permits to businesses hiring them. Kobach later defended the law in federal court. But Kobach drew attention by challenging a Kansas law that reduced tuition rates for illegal immigrants. The law survived, but frustrated conservatives took note of his work. After leaving Washington, he returned to Kansas and to a job on the University of Missouri-Kansas City law school faculty that he’d had since 1996, then launched a campaign for Congress. He lost. “It was a missed opportunity of tragic dimensions,” Kobach said.“ That realization struck home with me. People were saying, ‘ How could we have prevented this?’” Kobach, a 44-year-old lifelong Republican, focused on immigration after Sept. 11, when as an aide to Attorney General John Ashcroft, he and other Justice Department officials learned some of the 9/ 11 attackers had lived in the U. S. ille...

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

“This is the largest, most comprehensive spill response mounted in the history of the United States and the oil and gas The EPA said the effects of the chemicals were still unknown. last into early Tuesday. BP engineers were casting about after an icelike buildup thwarted their plan to siphon off most of the leak using a 100-ton containment box. They pushed ahead with other potential short-term solutions, Americans on the move again “I’m sure they’re trying to fuel the fire about ( the vote),” he said.“ It’s more of an attack on the community than anything.” McFarren said he believes Monday’s council vote is linked to the attack that he estimated caused $ 2,500 in damage. Trevor McFarren, coowner of Montana Therapeutics, said his business provides medical marijuana for about 50 people and has never had a problem, a complaint or even a bad phone call since opening in January, he said. Nobody was injured in either instance. A day earlier, at about 5 a. m., surveillance video showed tw...

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

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

10,000 2,000 +404.71 +48.85 9,500 1,800 1,400 1,300 1,200 1,100 1,000 900 800 J F A M 10,785.14 2,374.67 J F M AM J F A M 1,159.73 High 10,835.17 Low 10,386.03 Pet. change from previous: +4.81% S A N TA C R U Z Treatment center schedules debut By TIM PARADIS Associated Press Triple-digit Dow moves have again become the norm. The latest swings are reminders of the big swings that occurred during the credit crisis in late 2008 and early 2009. Markets around the w o r l d p l umme t e d l a s t week after fears grew that Greece’s debt problems would spread to other struggling European economies like Spain, Portugal and Italy. The Dow slid 5.7 percent last week in its worst drop since the depths of the financial crisis in October 2008. On Thursday alone, the Dow was down nearly 1,000 points late in the day before recovering much of its losses. The advance in U.S. stocks was broad. Bank of America Corp., Caterpillar Inc. and General Electric Co. led the Dow with gains of more than 6 perc...

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

! O fM PI1 5DHES PS 2 5! HSU 5! IIII OBITUARIES Salvador Labajo Ruth Grant of Notre Dame, c/ o Notre Dame Province Center, 1520 Ralston Ave., Belmont, CA 94002, or Hospice of Santa Cruz County, 940 Disc Drive, Scotts Valley, CA 95066. named COYRO/ SENTINEL GANG DAN COYRO/ Santa Cruz County prosecutors Alex Byers and gang unit supervisor Rob Wade will make the case against the 51 gang members or arrested during Operation Groundhog. Michael P. Butier Mr. Labajo was a native of the Philippines, where he worked as a heavy equipment operator. He attended St. Patrick’s Church in Watsonville and enjoyed watching basketball and boxing on TV, his family said. He was married 54 years. SURVIVORS: Wife Celita of Watsonville; daughter Feliza Camat of Watsonville; sons Daniel Labajo and Bernardo Labajo, both of the Philippines, and Jose Labajo of Watsonville; sisters in the Philippines; six grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Services have been held for Salvador Labajo, who died May 3 at Wat...

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

The Sentinel welcomes letters to the editor. Letters should be no longer than 150 words. Letter-writers should include their name as well as a street address and phone number for verifi cation. is nothing wrong with citizens showing pride in the country they live in. Wow! I can’t get over all the media coverage and controversy about the kids wearing American flag clothing. I’m sorry, isn’t this the United States? It seems that if someone is opposing that symbol, perhaps they should go back to the country they left behind. There We’re out of other people’s money CINDY JEWELL, Watsonville City’s response played role in violence A public safety tax advocated by Mayor Rotkin undoubtedly is warranted. But before city residents agree to it, they should insist on a more detailed explanation of what the city plans to do differently. Mayor Rotkin’s terse statement that the SCPD is reviewing its shift structure and response protocols to see what we can improve” — a passing reference to possib...

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

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

WWW. SANTACRUZSENTINEL. COM TUESDAY MAY 11, 2010 SACRAMENTO RAID State takes nearly $ 20M from area REDEVELOPMENT LOSSES By J. M. BROWN jbrown@ santacruzsentinel. com appeal Judge OKs process PLANNING DEPARTMENT “This is extremely disappointing because economic development is what the state of California needs most right now,” Ackerman said.“ The economy is Unfortunately for Watsonville, she wasn’t cashing the check. Instead, the city’s redevelopment director was handing it over to the state. WATSONVILLE — With some disbelief, Marty Ackerman held a check for nearly $ 3.06 million in her hand on Monday. Redeveopment agency losses mean stalled improvement projects in shambles and one way out of it is to encourage businesses to be healthy, and that is what a lot of that money would have gone for.” Sacramento Superior Court The area’s five redevelopment agencies — one for the county and one for each city — were forced to send a combined $ 19.9 million to the county’s auditor by Monday f...

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

Doug Marshall will be sworn in Friday as the new postmaster at the Boulder Creek post office. The ceremony will take place 10 a. m. Friday at the post office, 200 Lorenzo St. Voting begins in spring elections W AT S O N V I L L E Spots open on commissions By KURTIS ALEXANDER kalexander@ santacruzsentinel. com WHAT’S ON THE BALLOT for voting information, visit http:// www. votescount. com/ jun10/. Decline-to-state voters can opt to vote in either the Democratic or Republican primaries. To see a full list of contests in the June 8 primary and There are openings on the Arts, Housing Advisory, Latino Affairs, Mental Health and Public Health commissions. Applications are available by calling the supervisor’s office at 454-2200 or online at www. co. santa-cruz. ca. us. Supervisor Tony Campos is looking for representatives from the Fourth District to fill vacancies on several county commissions. The district covers the city of Watsonville and most of the unincorporated parts of South Count...

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