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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

-114.88 -16.14 9,500 1,800 A M 10,510.95 J F 2,317.26 J F A M J F A M 1,120.80 High 10,718.86 Low 10,482.20 Pet. change from previous: -1.57% Pet. change from previous: -1.08% WEDNESDAY May 19, 2010 High 2,374.91 Low 2,309.22 Pet. change from previous: -1.42% High 1,148.66 Low 1,117.20 WWW. SANTACRUZSENTINEL. COM Restaurant chain features pay-what-you-want policy SEC proposes rules to limit market plunges S A N TA C R U Z Winery hosts mixer today Associated Press By CHRISTOPHER LEONARD The Capitola-Soquel Chamber of Commerce plans a mixer 5-7 p. m. today at MJA Vineyards, at 328-A Ingalls St. There will be wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres, a raffle and music featuring “All Shook Up.” Cost is $ 5 for CapitolaSoquel Chamber members and $ 10 for non-mem-bers. The price includes three wine tasting tickets. For information, call 4756522. By STEVENSON JACOBS Associated Press A donation box replaces the cash register at the front counter inside a Panera Bread Co. restaurant in Clayton, Mo. The...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

he said. Judge: Summer school fee hikes OK at CSU schools McDonnell spokeswoman Stacey Johnson said in a statement the governor was confident that offshore energy production and the military can coexist in Virginia. In recent weeks, McDonnell has continued to support offshore drilling while calling for a thorough investigation of the Gulf spill. In March, McDonnell suggested that the Virginia tract should be expanded, which “We have every expectation that if we said we need an area ... that they would fully honor that,” Robyn said. Moran said by telephone that he knew that the drilling plan would significantly affect Naval operations, but even he was surprised that so much of the territory would need to be off limits. “It’s conclusive that you can’t have both. You have to choose one or the other. It’s either the Navy or it’s offshore drilling,” Moran said.“ I can’t imagine the governor would jeopardize the operations of the Navy in the Hampton Roads area in order to pursue” offshore...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

Earlier, protesters held placards decrying the“ junk science” they said is behind global warming arguments. The Nobel Peace Prize winner said he wished“ with all my heart” that the“ deniers” were correct — but said they’re not, and that if he kept quiet about what he has called an impending“ catastrophe” from the buildup of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, succeeding generations would suffer the consequences. Gore said there’s no point to further inflame a“ sclerotic” political process and that debating deniers would only“ create a false sense of controversy” over the legitimacy of global warming research. He also weighed in on Climate Gate — leaked e-mails last year from scientists showing that top climate-change experts decided to exclude or manipulate some research that didn’t help prove global warming exists. Gore was asked by moderator Frank Sesno during the question-and-answer session why he doesn’t directly debate critics. Critics could heed Gore’s call for energy independen...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

GIRL STABBED DURING FIGHT OVER A BOY WEDNESDAY MAY 19, 2010 By DONNA JONES djones@ santacruzsentinel. com Paramedics afternoon. prepare the victim of a stabbing in a downtown parking lot for transport to a San Francisco Bay Area trauma center Tuesday The 16-year-old’s boyfriend also was at the scene, but was not arrested, Magdayao said. The 4-inch lock-blade knife — a folding knife that locks into place — believed to have been used in the stabbing About 30 high school students, most girls, watched as paramedics treated the teenager. McCartney said it appeared the fight may have been prearranged. Police interviewed several students at the scene, and Magdayao said sorting out who actually witnessed the stabbing and who came later to hear about it secondhand took time. Magdayao said the 16-year-old, arrested for assault with a deadly weapon, accused another girl of hitting on her boyfriend. He said the victim was not the original target, but became involved in the fight. of girls earli...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

But George Gigarjian, who is defending Johnston, called him a“ good kid from a good family.” “He is active and wellrespected at school,” Gigarjian said. Attorneys declined to discuss specifics. be related to the case, he said. It’s too soon to tell how those“ new names” might “A couple new names came to light, and we’re working that angle,” he said.“ We’re running down everything we get; the biggest thing is getting those guns off the street so they don’t fall into the wrong hands.” Scotts Valley Sgt. Mike Dean said they have gotten numerous tips on the case, and received two new leads Tuesday morning. “Obviously we are just as concerned as everyone else in our community that these guns are out there,” Vazquez said. an AK-47, shotgun and two handguns. Outside court, prosecutor Rafael Vazquez said police and a District Attorney’s Office investigator are still working on the case but have not found the guns taken from the Navigator Drive home. Estrada and Johnston posted $ 25,000 bail...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

By DONNA JONES djones@ santacruzsentinel. com Lockwood has spent much of her life being a part of the community. She has “We found these beautiful buildings in a secluded setting,” Lockwood said.“ There was sports equipment, and swings adaptable for wheelchairs. There were children playing everywhere. I was immediately interested in being a part of it.” three years ago, where she was scouting locations for a foliage tour for Santa Cruz County women. For information about Camp Sunshine, visit www. campsunshine. org or call Lockwood at 234-0973. “I think the biggest thing that I’ve learned is that every person in the family is needy, not just an ill child,” she said.“ We try to reach out and make everyone feel very special. It’s a vacation with a purpose.” Lockwood said she would like to start a similar camp for children closer to home, as she has gained plenty of insight through her ongoing volunteerism. Katz said one of the things that differentiates Camp Sunshine is that it attempt...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

As the cyclists whizzed by, the group cheered. California Highway Patrol and the UCSC fire department were nearby. The students and staff watching the race dispersed as the last bikes passed, with no incidents. “We were pleased that the students who gathered in the field also respected the rights of others, including the many other students who lined Empire Grade to cheer on the cyclists,” said campus spokesman Jim Burns. Originally, the event was a two-day strike intended to shut down campus. Students have been protesting UC budget policy, including the loss of about 8 percent of the UCSC budget for next year, disciplinary hearings tinged with accusations of due pro- “I don’t think it’s going to harm the race,” earth and ocean sciences student Ian Hunter said earlier Tuesday morning. Hunter manned a booth called Slugs for Change at the protest.“ We specifically moved it to the entrance because of the race.” FIGHT Continued from B1 This is the 29th year of the contest, called“ An Ar...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

Winning merchants are invited to put up a poster pledging not to provide alcohol to youth. This year’s honorees are: submitted names to local law enforcement and ABC to check for illegal sales or other violations. The result was 66 winners, close to the record of 73 two years ago. Local youth with Friday Night Live interviewed and evaluated merchants, then Underage drinkers are believed to generate close to 20 percent of alcohol sales revenue, and a Project CURB survey of county youth ages 16-20 found 46 percent of admitted to drinking five or more drinks in two hours. Members include Communities United to Reduce Bingeing, Together For Youth, a United Way of Santa Cruz County initiative, Santa Cruz County Friday Night Live Partnership and the California Beverage Merchants Association. The program, which recognizes merchants for safeguarding against alcohol sales to minors, is run by a partnership educating the community about the dangers of contributing to underage drinking. SANTA C...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

SEE SHARKS ON C2 ■ WEDNESDAY MAY 19, 2010 * A Al* Aggressive, quick-striking Blackhawks leave San Jose with 2-0 series lead STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS Sharks hit road in big hole it J FRIDAY’S GAME 3: Sharks at Blackhawks TIME: 5 p. m. TV: Versus * Blackhawks lead series 2-0 a power play and even-strength tally as the Sharks looked flat most of the night. Blackhawk netminder Antti Niemi was strong in the nets once again, stopping 25 of 27 shots, while Sharks goalie Evgeni Nabokov gave up four goals on 22 shots. It wasn’t as if the Sharks weren’t aware of the importance of winning Game 2 after dropping the series opener 2-1 on Sunday. “We’re going into their building for Games 3 and 4 and you want to make sure it’s even going in there,” defenseman Rob Blake said before the game, adding that any pressure at this point is“ wanted pressure” that comes with making it this far in the playoffs. But players didn’t want to get caught up in Chicago got scoring from three different lines with Andrew...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

Against San Jose, Eichhorn, a righthander, threw 5 ª innings, allowing nine hits and four earned runs. He struck out four batters and walked none. Eichhorn, who remained at extended spring training when camp ended last month, played short-season ball last year after undergoing nerve transposition surgery. He was recently assigned to Visalia. innings. San Jose Giants and got a no-deci-sion as the Giants won 5-4 in seven BILL FRIEL/ AP HOT WHEELS: Venezuela’s E. J. Viso hits the wall in the first turn during practice for the Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis on Tuesday. Halley Sutton led the Slugs with a score of 169 to finish in a tie for 17th place out of 60 competitors. WOMEN’S GOLF UC Santa Cruz placed 10th out of 12 teams with a score of 728 at the twoday Jack Leaman Championship hosted by Amherst College in Amherst, Mass. ■ Aptos High alum Kevin Eichhorn, a third-round draft pick by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2008, made his season debut for the Adv...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

Lance Armstrong keeps focused as the race progresses in San Mateo County on Tuesday. TOC Continued from C1 LOCALS Continued from C1 {/ft* ■ 4k 7 SHMUEL THALER/ SENTINEL ANTHONY L. SOLIS/ SENTINEL Leader David Zabriskie comes around the corner of High Street and Western Drive during Stage 3 of the Tour of California on Tuesday. Bissell’s Andy Jacques-Maynes, a Corralitos resident, made the jump into the stage’s only other successful breakaway. He joined a rogue pack of five riders going into the stage’s first climb just past Pacifica, about 31 miles into the race. JacquesMaynes made the push despite some lingering soreness from Monday’s Stage 2, when he and his twin brother, Ben, who is also a Bissell rider, both crashed twice in rainy conditions. On one of the crashes, Andy Jacques-Maynes went airborne and tumbled into a ditch. “There was a little bit of wind and the gap was coming down quite quickly,” Zabriskie said.“ It just wasn’t a direct run. It had a couple more corners and it...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

FROM TOP: RadioShack riders pace the peloton down from the Skyline Boulevard summit. The Stage 3 route takes Tour of California cyclists past fields between Pescadero and Butano State Park on Tuesday. I I 1 Photographers line the Stage 3 route. r ■ NO RAIN ON THIS PARADE ft i iJ 1 Danish Saxo Bank team rider Andre Steensen sits injured on the pavement after taking a fall. SHMUEL THALER/ SENTINEL PHOTOS i f i '-'v 1 : " '■ ' ■ .-\. ■ r--■. x ■. ■■ nj, -- ■ -- #>/-:is 1 *** Spectators, volunteers come out in force to witness competition By KAREN KEFAUVER sports@ santacruzsentinel. com mm “Cycling fans are out in force,” she said. ■ In addition to the ideal weather, there was race drama when the three overall favorites broke away together on the criti- “This is so thrilling,” said Mary Alsip, who was decked out in a golden feather boa. Alsip, who is the coordinator of the Peloton Club — a booster club for Stage 3 — said she thought the finish-line frenzy was even greater tha...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

After being hampered by injuries for much of the season, often showing their age, the Celtics are now just two wins away from Boston bullied and bruised its way to a 2-0 series lead on the road against a Magic team that had won 14 straight until this series. The Celtics held the Magic to 39 percent shooting. Paul Pierce scored 28 points, Rajon Rondo had 25 and the Boston Celtics again avoided a late collapse to take a commanding lead in the Eastern Conference finals with a 95-92 victory over the Orlando Magic in Game 2 on Tuesday night. The Boston Celtics might just roll back to the NBA finals if they keep this up. NHL Michael Leighton is for real and he has all those zeros to prove it. Leighton stopped 30 shots and recorded his second straight shutout, and the Philadelphia Flyers Texas Oakland Los Angeles Seattle Minnesota Detroit Cleveland Kansas City Chicago Totals Houston Los Angeles DP— Houston 2, Los Angeles 1. LOB— Houston 5, Los Angeles 4. 2B— Kemp ( 9). HR— Ca. Lee ( 4), Bl...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

The Warriors organization and its fans had high hopes for the No. 1 pick before Tuesday’s NBA Draft lottery. But, in hindsight, it only makes sense the balls didn’t bounce their way. hope,” said general manager Larry Riley, who represented the Warriors at the Draft Lottery in Secaucus, N. J.“ That’s the way I came into it. ... I’m not going I’m not going to spend time thinking we should’ve been this number or that number. It is what it is. Now we go to work.” Two teams behind the Warriors moved up. Washington won the lottery despite having the fifth-best chance at landing the top pick. The future of Wizards All-Star point guard Gilbert Arenas, a former Warrior, is now in uncertain since it is expected Washington will draft Kentucky point guard Picks No. 7 through 14 saw no movement. Detroit, the Los Angeles Clippers, Utah, Indiana, New Orleans, Memphis, Toronto and Houston round out the lottery picks. John Wall, widely regarded as the best player in the draft. The beleaguered Arenas...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

THE PROOF IS IN THE PUDDING, Y’ALL up to pie Rhubarb crisp that stands NEW YORK TIMES Making rhubarb crisp is nearly effortless. / True Southern banana pudding depends upon three things: vanilla wafers ( most people use Nilla brand but some make their own cookies), perfectly ripe bananas and cooked custard. Cooked, not instant: as in stirred persistently until the mixture turns silky-thick. It’s not easy to cook classic custard and avoid curdling the egg or singeing the milk. Here, however, is a nearly foolproof way to make great banana pudding. The secret’s the cornstarch. For a lighter version, use reduced-fat milk and less sugar. If the only banana pudding you’ve ever tasted was made with instant pudding mix, banish it forever from your memory. The Minimalist MARK BITTMAN W hen you think of rhubarb you probably think of strawberry-rhubarb pie, a quintessential spring dessert, especially if it’s made by someone who makes good pies. I usually manage around one pie crust annually, s...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

Milk alternatives the focus at class Dieting advice: ‘ Eat more, lose more’ per case ( a $ 92 discount). The vineyard is at 328-A Ingalls St., Santa Cruz. Call 421-9380 or visit www. mjavineyards. com. Cherries: The sweetest six weeks Libraries benefit on Mondays the market also features home decor and jewelry from local artisans. Seascape Village hosts the market in its courtyard at Seascape Boulevard and Sumner Avenue, Aptos. Call Julie Kellman at 6853134 or Brandon Dicochea at 234-9351. Vietnamese cuisine with Schultz The release party and tasting is set for 3-5 p. m. Sunday at Bargetto Winery, 3535 North Main St., Soquel. Tickets are $ 20. Call the winery at 475-2258, ext. 10, or visit www. bargetto. com. honors Spanish romantic painter Francisco Jose de Goya, whose aristocratic painting“ The Grape Harvest” is featured on La Vita label. One cup of delicious cherries has approximately 87 calories. Tart cherries contain among the highest level of disease-fighting antioxidants comp...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

burger sauce.” and never gets packed into a patty. The process is True to form, you earn that goodness with a fussy method for making it. The meat is barely handled, more of a gentle shaping of the chopped meat, which is on a tray, not in your hands. The raw burgers ( and the cooked ones, for that matter) are delicate, so it’s important to follow Kimball’s method carefully. And he adds that the cooked burgers don’t hold well. So if you’re batch. doubling the recipe, cook the burgers in batches and serve them immediately before frying the next — not four. These techniques make cooking for one a snap: Learn to love your saute pan. It’s perfect for cooking individual-sized meals like a single steak, fish filet or chicken breast. Make a zesty sauce, steam some asparagus or green beans, and dinner is served. You can also saute the veggies in the pan for a one-pot meal that is tasty and easy to clean up. Quick-cook methods like grilling, broiling and highheat roasting are perfect for solo...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

■ For dessert, strawberries picked from a local farm will be involved. with that ...” CONGRATULATIONS 2010 CLASS of Safety is important in everything you do, especially banking. Graduation Day marks the crowning achievement in a student’s life. Celebrate this milestone with a special announcement in GRADUATES OF 2010. This special page, appearing on Sunday, June 13 in the Santa Cruz Sentinel will consist of announcements like the sample shown here ( actual size: 1.64” wide x 2.5” tall). Orders must be received by 4 p. m. Wednesday, June 9, so act now! Rabobank, N. A. is part of the Rabobank Group, one of the safest banks in branch to win a custom Rabo Cruiser bicycle. And follow the Rabobank the world ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ >el for $40 ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~...

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