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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 24 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 24 May 2010

UK ALIVE! ROBERT J. DALE MOSS, Harlem Ambassadors president T he European Union’s decision to rescue Greece and to create a massive financial safety net for its other vulnerable debtors is a momentous event — though success is hardly guaranteed. Contrary to popular belief, the main purpose was not to save Have something nice to say? Want to give thanks for a job well done? Here’s your opportunity. Every Monday, we print a column called ‘ Praiseworthy,’ in which readers tell us about people in our community who should be praised for the good they’ve done. Keep letters less than 150 words. You can send them to ‘ Praiseworthy,’ Santa Cruz Sentinel, 1800 Green Hills Road, Suite 210, Scotts Valley, CA 95066, e-mail to editorial@ santacruzsent inel. com, or fax them to 429-9620. Harlem hoopsters say thanks to Santa Cruz GIVING PRAISE Students did great job helping with yardwork Levee path near Hwy. 1 a positive addition Thank you to Scotts Valley High for giving us the opportunity to help...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 24 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 24 May 2010

collision What you should do after a traffi c SANTA CRUZ COUNTY STORIES CONTRIBUTED Live Oak masseuse massages humans and other animals RAMONA TURNER Q: I have a question about who’s at fault when a car is rear-ended. My husband, who was driving, and I were stopped at a red light. We had just missed ( the green light and) were stopped at the limit line when, a few seconds after we stopped, we were rear-ended. The woman in the car who hit us insisted she was pushed into Elke Riesterer works at the Oakland Zoo with Ralph, a 100-plus-year-old aldabra tortoise. ELKE RIESTERER right? Please clear this up for us. who caused an accident, it just matters whose car is up close and personal with our car, Now, here’s our problem: My husband and I are pretty sure that it doesn’t really matter Thank you so much for your help, A few days later, we got a call from the woman’s insurance agent. She gave us a claim number and told us to get an estimate from a body shop. The body shop gave me the esti...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 24 May 2010

SHMUEL THALER/ SENTINEL Wine enthusiasts pack Bret Harte Hall at Roaring Camp for the Santa Cruz Mountains Wine Growers' Wine Express on Sunday. Ashley Mulry of Boulder Creek considers herself a discriminating wine drinker. Sunday’s tasting at Roaring “We’re here to let people know there’s great extra virgin olive oil produced in the Santa Cruz Mountains,” Remde said. Marguerite Remde of Belle Farms attended the event to show off her olive oil, which is grown and produced in Watsonville. “This is a mandatory event for all the wineries to attend,” David Allen of Domenico Wines said.“ It’s a chance for consumers to be in one place and taste all the wineries.” Dozens of wineries presented their best reds and whites for the crowd to sip while eating cheese, olives and other nibbles from local eateries, including Seascape Resort’s Sanderlings Restaurant. The event, with tickets at $ 55 a person, was a fundraiser for the Santa Cruz Mountains Winegrowers Association, which represents growe...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 24 May 2010

The Lloyd Webber family bought the unit in 1987 for $ 5.5 million. It was listed in 2000 for $ 15 million and in 2007 for $ 22.5 million. Christie’s Great Estates announced Friday that the duplex overlooking Central Park is for sale. The property is located on the 59th and 60th floors of Trump Tower. NEW YORK ( AP) — A 5,000-square-foot condo owned by British composer Andrew Lloyd Webber is on the market for a third time with a price tag of $ 19 million. Webber’s condo in Trump Tower listed Jurors rejected prosecutors’ contentions that the killing of Dolla, whose real name was Roderick Anthony Burton II, was a callous act of apparent revenge. Burton and his accused shooter, Aubrey Louis Berry, had been involved in a fight at an Atlanta club less than two weeks before the shooting last May. Berry’s attorney had contended the shooting was an act of self-defense, emphasizing that Burton — a protege of hip-hop artist Akon — glorified a violent gangster lifestyle in his rap lyrics and on...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 24 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 24 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 24 May 2010

Despite the rough final hole, Williams professed no disappointment in finishing second to the PDGA’s biggest star. In fact, the Austin, Texas native wasn’t even sure if he was going to make it to California this weekend, as he languished on the waiting list until the last moment. He finally arrived for the tournament at 6: 30 a. m. Friday just before the first round. on his first 20 holes during the first round Friday before turning his tournament around.“ It’s just a really cool thing to be involved with. ~~ Anyone who’s in the top 10 this week is a hell of a player.” SHMUEL THALER/ SENTINEL Hometown favorite Nate Doss chips on the 19th hole in front of a large crowd at the Masters Cup on Sunday at DeLaveaga Disc Golf Course. Doss fi nished tied for third at 12-under. much more the friendships and the places I’ve been and the people I’ve met mean to me than the championships,” said Climo, who shot 3-over “I just can’t put into words how After three days and 81 holes, Climo, a 12-ti...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 24 May 2010

There are others who will have some say in that, of course, including defending champion Svetlana Kuznetsova, who also won in straight sets Sunday, and the top-ranked Serena, whose firstround match is Monday. Venus is back at No. 2 in the rankings for the first time since May 2003, and was not shy about saying she wants to bump her sister off the top spot. Williams lost in the third round at each of the past three French Opens and only once has been beyond the quarterfinals in 13 previous trips: She lost to younger sister Serena in the 2002 final. Still, Venus’ hitting partner, David Witt, said after Sunday’s victory:“ If she goes out there and is smart and plays smart tennis, I think she can win the tournament.” goes without saying — believe I can win,” said Williams, whose biggest hitches Sunday were eight double-faults. “I always And she plans a lengthy stay in Paris this time around, perhaps capped by a title. haps she will. She’s not sure. Either way, Williams comes to a tourna...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 24 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 24 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 24 May 2010

NOTES Continued from B6 . „ s include cash. <*%™.. prWJJJ!"cash drawing tn*» and m° re! “Last year I was critical of some of the effort, but I think guys worked really hard. I can’t be critical of the effort we gave,” said Boyle, who had the puck on his stick, skating alone when the final buzzer sounded. Sunday, Boyle was downcast, but not unhappy with his team’s effort. ■ A year ago, defenseman Dan Boyle sat in the visiting team’s locker room and called out himself and his teammates for their failure to get past the Anaheim Ducks. “Very frustrating” is how Heatley described his own work in 14 playoff games. “Two goals in the playoffs is not good enough,” he said.“ I felt there were games where I had a lot of chances and it didn’t go in the net for me, but you’ve got to find a way to score goals and I didn’t.” Heatley missed one game with a groin injury and though he said he was fine this series, coach Todd McLellan said after Sunday’s contest that“ I don’t think he’s eve...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 25 May 2010

SEE HOMES ON A2 By JENNIFER SQUIRES jsquires@ santacruzsentinel. com SHMUEL THALER/ SENTINEL FBI agents recover evidence from the undercarriage of an Acura MDX at the Laurent Street home of a UC Santa Cruz researcher on Monday. DAN COYRO/ SENTINEL This home at 120 Tosca Terrace, across from UC Santa Cruz, sold in April for $ 599,000. The same house sold for $ 810,000 three years ago. University officials had no comment about the incident and referred all questions to Santa Cruz “It’s not something we see every day,” Martinez said, referencing the cut brake lines.“ Why was this one vehicle specifically targeted? ... Was this to injure the driver? Was it to send a message? Was it a threat? These are all questions we’re trying to sort out right now.” The 55-year-old researcher, whose name was not released, called police around 11 a. m. Sunday to report the vandalism to his SUV, which was parked in front of the researcher’s house on the 1200 block of Laurent Street, according to Santa C...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 25 May 2010

LISTINGS: 1,040 ( 1,025 a year ago). NUMBER OF SALES: 121 ( 132 a year ago). DISTRESSED: Bank owned, 33; short sales, 17; not applicable/ not disclosed, 71 8: Police: PV High School teacher may have had sex with student 9: Stolen gun seized after shooting at Pajaro Valley Golf Club 10: Transportation leaders anxious about rail line funding 1: Cops and Courts: Traffi c violation leads to drug bust 2: Gunshot fi red in high-crime area downtown during fi ght 3: Hundreds take a ride on the Santa Cruz Mountains Wine Express 4: Drunken driver knocks over power pole, gets third DUI 5: Aromas neighbors battling for ‘ blue gold’ 6: Heroin Highway: Kicking heroin is no easy feat 7: Santa Cruz residents respond to recent violence with community meeting CONDOS MEDIAN PRICE: $ 330,000 ($ 297,250 a year ago). LISTINGS: 260 ( 245 a year ago) NUMBER OF SALES: 39 ( 36 a year ago). UNSOLD INVENTORY INDEX: 6.7 months ( 6.8 months a year ago). AVERAGE PRICE: $ 356,421 ($ 341,221 a year ago). 50 Towhee ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 25 May 2010

Associated Press By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER J A M A I C A Gunmen keep police at bay WARNING By JOHN HEILPRIN Associated Press Aera Energy LLC Exxon Mobil Corporation its affiliates and subsidiaries Shell Oil Products US BP America Inc. and its subsidiaries ( and under the trademarks ARCO and Castrol) Tesoro Refining and Marketing Company and its subsidiaries ( and under the trademarks Mirastar and USA Gasoline) Chevron Corporation its affiliates and subsidiaries Valero Refining Company - California and its affiliated companies including Ultramar and Beacon ( and under the trademark 76) ConocoPhillips Company including its divisions and subsidiaries Venoco Inc. 1-800-523-3157 For more information, please call: 5-10 -4 A contractor operates an oil skimmer Monday in marshes near Pass a Loutre, La. GERALD HERBERT/ AP Using figures collected Saturday, the Pentagon says 94,000 U. S. forces are in Afghanistan and 92,000 in Iraq. The numbers are expected to rise in Afghanistan and fall in Iraq a...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 25 May 2010

“It’s fabulous news, but I would draw an analogy to global warming: Even if you believe the long-term trend is increasing temperatures, it doesn’t mean you can’t have a cold year,” said Jonathan P. Caulkins, a professor of public policy at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College. Last year’s decline was 5.5 percent for violent crime, including 7.2 percent for murders. The rate for property crime was down 4.9 percent, the seventh consecutive drop for that category. The declines had been a more modest 1.9 percent for violent crime and 0.8 percent for property crime in 2008 and 0.7 WASHINGTON — Crime in the United States dropped dramatically in 2009, bucking a historical trend that links rising crime rates to economic woes. Property crimes and violent offenses each declined about 5 percent, the FBI said Monday, citing reports from law enforcement coast to coast. It was the third straight year of declines, and this year’s drops were even steeper than those of 2007 and 2008, despite t...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 25 May 2010

SANTA CRUZ SENTINEL TUESDAY, MAY 25, 2010 A5 THE FACTS ABOUT PROPOSITION 16, I THE TAXPAYERS RIGHT TO VOTE ACT I uM "In San Francisco, local elected officials are rushing a new public power plan forward without a vote of the people, despite the overwhelming rejection of a B public power proposal on the November 2008 ballot....Regardless of how you feel about public power, ask yourself: Should the public have the right to vote before elected officials spend our money entering the electric power business?" —Jim Wunderman, President and CEO of the Bay Area Council "Local politicians are proposing to spend millions of dollars of your money f without you getting to vote on whether they should be allowed to spend any mm money at all." —Hunter Stern Coalition for Green Jobs mf% "When they make these decisions, politicians commit to spend enormous amounts of public money.. .our money! We, the taxpayers, deserve to have the final say with our vote." —Darnell Turner I Contra Costa NAACP I ~ I...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 25 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 25 May 2010

9,500 1,800 1,400 1,300 1,200 1,100 1,000 900 800 A M 10,066.57 J F M 2,213.55 J F M A M J F M AM 1,073.65 High 10,196.41 Low 10,052.67 Pet. change from previous: -0.69% Pet. change from previous: -1.24% TUESDAY May 25, 2010 By TIM PARADIS Associated Press S A N TA C R U Z Green businesses to be honored RICHARD DREW/ AP Uncertainties over fi nancial reforms being debated in Congress helped knock down bank and other fi nancial stocks. don’t have a clear idea about which financial overhaul provisions will remain in the combined House and Senate bill. That is making some traders cautious about betting on financial stocks. crisis. It remains uncertain, for example, whether a final bill will include a Senate provision that would require big banks to sell their derivatives operations. Derivatives are often profitable but risky investments. Derivatives that were tied to mortgages were blamed for worsening the housing About three stocks fell for every two that rose on the New York Stock Exc...

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