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

SCOTT STEWART/ CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Martha and Silvio Tufo have filed a formal petition to the state Department of Social Services for reconsideration of the judge’s shutdown order supported by letters from 20 family members with relatives at the home and a letter from the California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform calling the closure irresponsible. Saturday on Chanticleer Avenue, carrying picket signs reading“ Stop the state abuse” and“ Our caregivers are the best.” Residents in wheelchairs also participated. Geary’s petition included letters of support from 19 family members and a competitor, Dolores Beam, owner of The Mansion in Santa Cruz. “It looks and smells like a witch hunt,” wrote Horst Wolf Jr. of Santa Cruz, a veteran health industries consultant whose mother has lived at Chanticleer Home They recommended an independent evaluation with a transparent process that would include Chanticleer families and clients. “This was an incomplete assessment by an overzealous, questionab...

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

TODAY’S NUMBER: 29 — number of heart-lung transplant procedures performed in 2009. TODAY’S FACT: The euro was originally set to be named the European currency unit ( ecu, for short), but German speakers protested that ecu sounded too much like “kuh,” the German word for“ cow.” TODAY’S QUOTE: “ Those who do not want to imitate anything, produce nothing.” — Salvador Dali MAY 11: Today is the 131st day of 2010 and the 53rd day of spring. VJeL.Ta King Features /HqaHOi B Y D AV E G R E E N Hanky-panky in doctor’s offi ce North 05-11-10 A 7 2 V 8 6 3 * A K Q 5 * K 7 4 3 West East A K Q J 10 9 * 8 6 4 3 V 7 5 4 2 V A 9 ♦ 7 2 ♦ 9 6 4 3 * ? 6 * ? 5 2 South * A 5 V K Q J 10 * J 10 8 * A J 10 9 Dealer: South Vulnerable: East-West South West North East INT Pass 3 NT All pass Opening lead: A K ANSWERS 6 Z 9 8 i I L 9 8 Z £ t 9 L / 9 8 6 8 L Z i a 9 V 9 8 Difficulty Level ** BY LUIS CAMPOS Today's clue: F equals H "L EUJV YLT RACXHXJ JXJCKVFHTZ SAV L WHRECHTV "LIBLKR SJ L EUJV, JXJT H T E C U R J...

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

perate. “Since the summer is coming up,” she said,“ I can take a nice vacation.” The television legend made the announcement on the air Monday. She said she’s known about her condition for a while, and decided with her doctors that this is the best time to have the heart surgery done. Walters, 80, is one of the best-known personalities in television news. She began on the“ Today” show, was the first woman to anchor a network evening news Barbara Walters will have surgery later this week to replace a faulty heart valve. Robinson said he first performed at the Apollo with the Miracles in 1959, and he’s been back countless times since then. Wo r k e r s o n Mo n d a y began installing sidewalk plaques in front of the storied Harlem theater celebrating some of the artists who have performed there. Others include Little Richard, Patti LaBelle and Gladys Knight and the Pips. NEW YORK (AP) — Smokey Robinson, Ella Fitzgerald and James Brown are among the music legends being honored on the A...

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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

groove back Righetti gets credit for helping lefty through funk For Carrillo, the round represented his “On 16 I didn’t have a confident swing,” said Uberrhein.“ On 17 I had a confident swing; I knew I could pull of the shot. I had a high fade with a 3-wood from about 225 ( yards), and I just pulled it off.” However, from there he hit a 3-wood onto the par-5 green, netting a birdie after burning over the hole with his eagle putt. Then, on 18, he again barely missed a putt that would have earned him a finishing birdie. a rough patch on the back nine. After consecutive double bogies on holes 15 and 16 — including a chunked tee shot on the par-3 16th — Uberrhein proceeded to put his drive on 17 into the adjacent 14th fairway. But on the way home from Carmel, some sun managed to break through the clouds. The Mariners’ top golfer, sophomore Scott Uberrhein, was informed he had qualified for the section individual finals on May 18. Uberrhein shot a 7-over 78, as he closed his regionals ro...

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

in its Mission Trails Athletic League finale against host PCS to win 14-3. Jacob Schekman increased his league-record goal total to 79 with three scores on the night, which according to maxpreps. com ranks him second in the nation. Diego Rosillo, Kyle Prater and Aaron Rojas chipped in with two goals apiece for the Wildcatz [ 14-7. 8-2 MTAL], who take a No. 2 seed into the league playoffs. Their opponent is to be determined. Owens tossed a complete game, allowing four hits without issuing a walk. Her eye at the plate was as Nikki Owens dazzled on the mound for Scotts Valley High’s girls softball team, striking out 10 en route to an 8-0 shutout of visiting St. Francis in a Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League game. RYAN REMIORZ/ AP OWN GOAL: Montreal Canadiens goaltender Jaroslav Halak looks on as teammate Josh Gorges gets up after crashing into the net during the second period against the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 6 of the NHL Eastern Conference semifinals on Monday in Montreal. By DAN...

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

Sharks try to balance rust vs. rest average of 25 points — a total blowout that no one could have expected in a matchup between the teams that finished second and third in the Eastern Conference. But the Magic, who lost to the Lakers in last year’s NBA Finals, are playing better than anyone at the most important time of the season. They have won 14 in a row — the last eight in the playoffs — and 28 of 31 games. MAGIC 98, AT HAWKS 84 The Orlando Magic are playing like a team that will settle for noth- ing less than its first NBA championship. Vince Carter scored 22 points to lead another dominating performance by the Magic, which finished off its second straight playoff sweep Hawks. with a 98-84 victory over the Atlanta Shannon Brown scored 12 and Lamar Odom added 10 points for the Lakers. Orlando won the four games by an of rest. The Jazz lost the first three games by single digits but never found a way to slow down Bryant, who scored 30 or more in all four games. The Lakers finally...

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

HOCKEY The United States was upset by Denmark at the hockey world championships, beaten 2-1 for its second straight overtime loss. Cincinnati 2, Pittsburgh 1 Florida 4, Chicago Cubs 2 Philadelphia 9, Colorado 5 IP H R ER BB SO UCI L10 6-4 6-4 4-6 7-3 3-7 Str L-1 W-1 L-2 W-2 L-4 Home 11-5 10-5 7-6 10-6 7-9 Home 10-3 10-8 4-9 9-7 7-7 7-15 SAVES — Capps, Washington, 13; Cordero, Cincinnati, 11; Bell, San Diego, 8; BrWilson, San Francisco, 7; Franklin, St. Louis, 7; Qualls, Arizona, 6; Nunez, Florida, 6; Lindstrom, Houston, 6; Dotel, Pittsburgh, 6. Boston Toronto American League Red Sox 7, Blue Jays 6 STRIKEOUTS — Lincecum, San Francisco, 64; Gallardo, Milwaukee, 50; Haren, Arizona, 50; Hamels, Philadelphia, 49; Jimenez, Colorado, 49; Halladay, Philadelphia, 48; JoJohnson, Florida, 47; Carpenter, St. Louis, 47. PITCHING — Clippard, Washington, 6-0; Halladay, Philadelphia, 6-1; Jimenez, Colorado, 6-1; Zito, San Francisco, 5-0; Wainwright, St. Louis, 5-1; 10 tied at 4. STOLEN BASES — Bour...

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

vices,” she said. Based on a complicated formula that weighs the gross and net tax increment of redevelopment agencies, the raid was built into the state budget passed by lawmakers last year. The California Redevelopment Association lost a suit to stop the raid and an appellate court has declined to stay the order while it reviews the case. money that in a lot of cases was not being spent, and we used that money. When you are dealing with these kinds of deficits, it’s money better used in the classroom.” Allison Niday, a Scotts Valley school board member who serves as a legislative liaison for the California School Boards Association, disagrees with the raid, even if it benefits schools. “The concept of robbing Peter to pay Paul is a bad one,” Niday said.“ While I’d love additional dollars, the whole concept continues to ignore the root of the problem, which is to create a budget that is based on real numbers.” A c k e rma n s a i d Wa t - sonville wanted to give a face-lift to some...

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

pay raises for execs cancels County DEALING WITH THE DOWNTURN Salary freezes, furloughs expected to help shore up bottom line By KURTIS ALEXANDER kalexander@santacruzsentinel.com DAN COYRO/SENTINEL ie of the company's electric bikes to the Santa Cruz City Council meeting Tuesday. Banman rd less than gas-powered cycles. Council OKs $200,000 for expansion project Zero Motorcycles CEO Gene Banman brings on says his electric motorcycles weigh about a thir ByJ.M. BROWN jbrown@santacruzsentinel. com The additional pay, which came as county revenues fell and despite unpaid time-off taken by employees to cut costs, was the result of a series of raises initiated in 2007 when county finances were more robust. The decision to do away with pay hikes for about 120 top employees comes after the Sentinel last month reported several raises for managers last year. The 10 highest-salaried administrators saw salary increases, on average, of more than 10 percent over the prior year. "We can't afford it...

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

PRIMARY 1 <0 % ™ja*a'" M ~V Continued from A1 FANTASY 5 Afternoon 0 3 9 3 7 0 Night DAILY 3 4 5 23 26 41 DAILY 4 7 6 3 0 r and day out,” he said. Get real-time information on your neighborhood from Santa Cruz police and Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Offi ce on our crime maps page. www. santacruzsentinel. com/ crimemap Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Palo Alto, has no Democratic competition and will face one of two Republicans running in June, Bay Area entrepreneur Ronny Santana or software engineer Dave Chapman of Palo Alto. June. Three Republicans, Salinas Valley rancher Jeff Taylor, Salinas investment adviser Pete Andresen and businessman Gary Richard Arnold of Live Oak are vying to run on their party’s November ticket. It is the policy of the Sentinel to correct factual errors. We encourage readers to call our City Desk if they are aware of any mistakes. Call 429-2436 or e-mail jcopeland@ santacruzsentinel. com. SATURDAY’S SUPER LOTTO 4 18 19 43 47 5 Jackpot: $ 10M, no winner TUESDAY...

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

Miller says the mayor’s budget plan is counting on revenue that has not yet materialized — leasing 10 city parking garages and borrowing against future parking meter income. The plan recommended Tuesday by Chief Legislative Analyst Gerry Miller would be on top of 761 cuts already proposed by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. ( AP) — The top budget analyst for Los Angeles is recommending that another 1,000 jobs be eliminated to close the city’s budget deficit. Deficit may kill 1,000 more jobs LOS ANGELES RIVERSIDE PRESS-ENTERPRISE A 7-foot cross in the Mojave National Preserve that sparked a U. S. Supreme Court battle was stolen over the weekend. Libraries, Health and Human Services and other county departments will bear the brunt of the cuts. County public safety agen- Chief Administrative Officer Walt Ekard says the county has shed 10 percent of its employees in the past five years. The job cuts approved Tuesday represent 3.6 percent of the county’s work force and are part of a package o...

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

Associated Press By MICHAEL WEISSENSTEIN CAROLYN KASTER/ AP Demonstrators stand with a 50-foot banner in front of the White House on Tuesday. The banner was signed by Gulf residents and marched from the Department of Interior to the White House to protest offshore drilling. The full banner reads ‘ Obama: this is your crude awakening.’ Gulf fishermen fear effects of chemical oil dispersant Galaxy 15 continues to Communications company Intelsat said it lost control of the Galaxy 15 satellite on April 5, possibly because the satellite’s systems were knocked out by a solar storm. Intelsat cannot remotely steer the satellite to remain in its orbit, so Galaxy 15 is creeping toward the adjacent path of another TV communications satellite that serves U. S. cable companies. LONDON — A TV communications satellite is drifting out of control thousands of miles above the Earth, threatening to wander into another satellite’s orbit and interfere with cable programming across the United States, the...

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

Critics are demanding more. They recall that while Benedict has scolded his church and accepted some bishops’ resignations, none of them has been actively punished or defrocked, even those who admitted molesting children. church would take action to protect children and make abusive priests face justice. He has started cleaning house, accepting the resignations of a few bishops who either admitted they molested youngsters or covered up for priests who did. • Painless and no anesthesia necessary • Only one 30 minute treatment needed for most clients • No side effects or harmful UV radiation * Board certified podiatrists • As seen on "Good Morning America" and "The Doctors" Associated Press By FEDERICO QUILODRAN finally... A new treatment for toenail fungus Monterey Laser Nail Center Investigators in white hazardous-materials suits searched Khan’s apartment in a student residence in downtown Santiago. to a hospital for a medical checkup and spoke briefly speak to reporters. “No, I am ...

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

HOMETOWN: Santa Cruz AGE: 61 OCCUPATION: Real estate, nonprofit director ELECTED OFFICES HELD: None FAMILY: Two grown children WEBSITE: www. dougforsupervisor. com WEBSITE: emiliomartinez4s upervisor. com POLITICAL BACKGROUND: Watsonville City Council, Watsonville Planning Com- mission KEY ISSUE: Government transparency AGE: 58 HOMETOWN: Watsonville OCCUPATION: Private Investigator WEBSITE: www. nealcoonerty forsupervisor. com FAMILY: Married with two grown children HOMETOWN: Santa Cruz AGE: 64 OCCUPATION: County supervi- sor, owner of Bookshop Santa Cruz ELECTED OFFICES HELD: Currently on Board of Supervisors; previously mayor and councilman in Santa Cruz COVE BRITTON POLITICAL BACKGROUND: Board of Supervisors, Watsonville City Council, numerous county and regional commissions and boards KEY ISSUE: Credibility District/ 106681792696405? ref= ts WEBSITE: www. facebook. com/ home. php?#!/ pages/ Tony-Campos-for-Santa-Cruz-County-Supervisor-4th- WEBSITE: www. votecove. com HOMETOWN: S...

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POLITICAL BACKGROUND: First time running for office PARTY: Republican KEY ISSUE: jobs, taxation and regulation WEBSITE: www. vote4allen. com WEBSITE: janetbarnes. com AGE: 60 OCCUPATION: Teacher POLITICAL BACKGROUND: Salinas City Council; Fort Ord Reuse Authority; the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments; League of California Cities, Monterey Bay Division; the Salinas Valley Solid Waste Authority; Salinas Library Commission; Salinas Park and Recreation Commission KEY ISSUES: Public safety, economy, education KEY ISSUE: Jobs, education, public safety WEBSITE: www. alejoforassembly. com AGE: 35 HOMETOWN: Watsonville OCCUPATION: Staff Attorney, Monterey County Superior Court POLITICAL BACKGROUND: Watsonville City Council; Watsonville Planning Commission; Santa Cruz County Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Commission; California Advisory Committee of the United States Commission on Civil Rights AGE: 46 FRANCISCO DOMINGUEZ life Bt County Joint Union School District trus...

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

CAFÉ CRUZ 2621 41st Ave, Soquel 95073 KIANTI'S PIZZA AND PASTA BAR 1100 Pacific Avenue, Santa Cruz 95060 ( 831) 469-4400 Dinner: 5: 00 to 9: 00 LrDILLE MALONE'S GRILL BARBEQUE BRUNO'S BBQ RESTAURANT 245 Mt Hermon Rd, Scotts Valley 95066 ( 831) 438-2227 All Day 4402 Scotts Valley Drive, Scotts Valley ( 831) 438-2244 Dinner Mick&elV On Main MICHAEL'S ON MAIN 2591 South Main St, Soquel 95073 ( 831) 479-9777 Dinner: 5: 30 to Closing EL CHINO MEXICAN RESTAURANT 2218 East Cliff Drive, Santa Cruz 95062 ( 831) 476-4560 All Day CROW'S NEST RESTAURANT EL CHINO 2525 Soquel Dr, Santa Cruz 95065 ( 831) 476-7175 Dinner: 4: 00 to 9: 00 HARBOR CAFE 535 7th Avenue, Santa Cruz 95062 ( 831) 475-4948 Breakfast 9: 00 am to 11: 00 am All Day ( 831) 420-0135 Bistro & Patisserie HOFFMAN'S BISTRO & PATISSERIE 1102 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz 95060 *5| £ Pacific Thai RED APPLE CAFÉ OF APTOS 783 Rio Del Mar Blvd # 15, Aptos 95003 ( 831) 685-1224 All Day PACIFIC THAI 1319 Pacifi...

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

BUT LATELY, ITS BEEN A FRACTURED FAIRYTALE. The state budget is gushing bill ions in red ink, with the iiJtered-down cute forcing cities to shed cops and close parks. College students, pinched hy rising costs, are taking to the streets. Crammed classrooms are crumbling. And thousands of Californians art hunting for jobs that just Wt there. • As another Election Day approaches, it seems this is the real question for voters: Can anyone help put California back together again? ' It's a hig job. Some would call it impossible. The state's ungovernable, they my. ' Still, dozens of people want the job. 1 Inside, youT] find a comprehensive guide to the players, the spin and the stakes we ail face. INSIDE SPECIAL SECTION Continued from A6 If no candidate wins more than 50 percent of the vote in June, the top two vote-getters would face off in the November election. While the race is nonpartisan, Coonerty is a longtime Democrat and enjoys the endorsement from virtually every locally elected D...

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

at?" National Hospital W May 9- 15, 2010 In honor of National Hospital Week, Sutter Maternity & Surgery Center is pleased to rec Board of Directors, medical staff, hospital staff, and all of our associates at the VNA and Medical Foundation for their outstanding support and commitment to the delivery of hig family-centered care 2006 Sutter President's Award for exceptional performance Highest employee satisfaction scores in Sutter Health 2009 Press Ganey Summit award for top industry performance 2009 Healthy Kids' Champion for Children Award a* Rated highest in the state in four patient satisfaction and quality measures We would also like to thank our patients and their fami ies for choosing Sutter Maternity & Surgery Center for their medical, surgical and materni -jjJL Sutter Maternity & Surgery TP Cen ter of San ta Cruz A Sutter Health Affiliate www.sutte A10 WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 2010 im in -11 H !! I! II IB ■• Hi! .fellow Vi^CvIieSS ' LT_— — 1 -

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

-36.88 -3.94 9,500 1,800 J F M A M 10,748.26 2,375.31 J F M AM J F A M 1,155.79 High 10,874.54 Low 10,685.38 Pet. change from previous: +0.03% High 2,405.26 Low 2,345.50 Pet. change from previous: -0.34% WWW. SANTACRUZSENTINEL. COM High 1,170.48 Low 1,147.71 SEC still clueless about market plunge Pet. change from previous: -0.34% WEDNESDAY May 12, 2010 By MARCY GORDON Associated Press By DON BABWIN Associated Press Associated Press By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER W AT S O N V I L L E Computer shop opening marked NYSE chief operating offi cer Larry Leibowitz listens to Eric Noll, executive vice president of the NASDAQ OMX Group Inc., testify Tuesday at a House hearing on last week's stock market plunge. EVAN VUCCI/ AP ing during sharp market swings. Most of the 50 U. S. exchanges regulate themselves and design their own tools for slowing or halting trading. Larry Leibowitz, chief operating officer for the NYSE, said a more uniform system of circuit breakers would slow trading when share pr...

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