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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

BROCKTON, Mass. — Floors cracked and walls collapsed in Christine Jennifer Delma’s Port-au-Prince school when the catastrophic earthquake struck in January. Among Catholic schools in the Boston Archdiocese, overall enrollment has “I think we can help each other,” Sullivan said.“ This is a potential growth population with future students for our schools.” At the same time they can offer spiritual guidance to the devastated families. The refugees come at a time when Massachusetts Catholic schools are reporting stagnant or declining enrollment numbers, said Lynn Sullivan, senior program officer of the Catholic Schools Foundation in Boston. The numbers are small, but local Catholic leaders are embracing the new refugee students as a way to diversify their student bodies and build relationships toward the church’s mission to help low-income and immigrant populations. sachusetts and have opted to enroll in Boston-area Roman Catholic schools instead of public schools. Another 100 are expec...

Publication Title: Santa Cruz Sentinel
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

*5> V 4^ SATURDAY May 1, 2010 H ave you seen them yet — personal reusable grocery bags that fold up to the size of an egg? Get ready because within a few years I think they will be more ubiquitous than reusable water containers and Bags that don’t hold water RON DUNCAN Studies show that people often do not use a reusable bag ( cotton or recycled plastic) the personal coffee cups that many people carry today. www. bluelotusgoods. com. selling reusable produce bags. Their bags also can be found at local health food stores, or at step further by designing and These nifty personal bags are available at the cash registers at most of the health food stores in the Santa Cruz area. The local company Blue Lotus Goods out of Soquel takes the concept a consider using them since a ban on plastic bags and a fee for paper bags is on the horizon for Santa Cruz County. gifts featuring otters, birds and other lovely designs. There will be little reason not to carry one, and there is no be...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

Mars tomorrow Containers today, The Monterey Bay Iris Society will show its bouquets today and Sunday at the Capitola Mall. A representative will man an information booth near the display, which will be in the food court. Mall hours are 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Saturday and 11 a. m. to 7 p. m. Sunday. Call Jim Cummins at 438-1369. Felton, SV gardens open for tour for three Friday classes: sustainable landscaping on May 7; rain and graywater harvesting on May 14; and integrated weed management on May 21. k12. ca. us ( click on“ Community Education”) or call the school at 429-3966. Classes are 2-5 p. m. at the Santa Cruz Adult School, 319 La Fonda Ave. Each class is $ 10; the series is $ 25. Register online at www. adulted. santacruz. Haas?- ..ZXJP^ - " —■_ Ss '" — —* — Sentinel staff report Deergrass, other natives for sale The nursery is at 2905 Freedom Blvd., Watsonville. Call 724-7517. “Plants from Mars,” set for 10: 30 a. m. Sunday, will cover Southern Hemisphere flora and fauna. Mike...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

believes non-reusable plastic bags should be banned based solely on their immense harm ( including death) to sea life ( especially endangered species, such as sea turtles). a fair portion. John Peck, longtime Plastic and paper bags impact water resources in different ways. The biggest impacts from plastic bags are felt locally in the form of ocean pollution. Save Our Shores notes plastic in general accounts for 90 percent of the floating trash in the ocean of which plastic bags comprise IMPACTS TO WATER RESOURCES ■ And most important? Ensure perfectly draining soil. Gene Lester, an experienced CRFG grower, notes that ‘ avocado trees are very susceptible to the mold Phytophthora cinnamomi. Planting trees grafted onto resistant rootstock like Duke 7 helps, as does planting on mounds, which helps to keep the roots from remaining too wet. Well-drained soil is a must. There is no practical cure for Phytophthora so prevention is essential. ■ For healthy trees, allow fallen leaves to build...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

BY BERNICE BEDE OSOL CBS shows rule spots in ‘ Keep or Cancel?’ poll ( ) = Bar gain Shows Before 5: 30pm FRI & SAT @ MIDNIGHT: THE LOST BOYS Only $ 6: 50 THE GHOST WRITER ( PG-13) ( 3: 50), 8: 00 THE SECRET OF KELLS ( 2: 10), 6: 20 & SAT, SUN ( 12: 20) “BREATHTAKING!” - VARIETY DISNEY NATURE presents OCEANS ( G) ( 2: 20), ( 4: 40), 7: 00, 9: 10 & SAT, SUN ( 12pm) ( 1: 40), ( 4: 15), 6: 50, 9: 20 “A POWERFUL, RICHLY IMAGINED THRILLER!” - THE NEW YORKER Academy Award Winner! THE SECRET IN THEIR EYES ( R) By ROB OWEN Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Geeks,’ ‘ EZ Streets,’ ‘ Boomtown’ and ‘ Wonderfalls.’ It is quite enough to make a person swear off the Great Wasteland they are determined to force us to watch. I hesitate to start watching anything of quality for fear it soon will be gone. Yet programs like ‘ According to Jim’ go on forever.” Tanya, 23, from Pittsburgh, praised NBC’s Thursday-night comedy lineup, but worries about its future:“ I just hope t...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

TODAY’S FACT: Japan formally annexed Korea in 1910 and held possession of the former“ Hermit Kingdom” until after World War II. TODAY’S QUOTE: “ In war, you can only be killed once, but in politics, many times.” — Winston Churchill TODAY’S SPORTS: In 1980, the Dallas Mavericks became the 23rd NBA team. MAY 1: Today is the 121st day of 2010 and the 43rd day of spring. WITH PHILLIP ALDER ftp The Stuff m your a<l atout i°ng Walks & eucUling on the doudh WaS ni<2e, tut I tkirik you Should Have put Something in there atout eating things out of the gutter. W«U8 Kin? fcbra BlZARRO.CoM 5' I .^0 North 05-01-10 4fc A K 7 G 4 ¥ A K 8 5 3 * A * 8 2 West East A Q 10 9 5 <fc J 8 3 2 V Q 10 V J 9 7 6 ♦ 10 3 2 ♦ J 4 * K J 6 5 * A 10 7 South * — V 4 2 * K Q 9 8 7 6 5 * Q 9 4 3 Dealer: North Vulnerable: Both South West North East 1 A Pass 1 NT Pass 3 V Pass 5 ♦ Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: * 5 Your mother isn’t trying to hurt you 6 Z L 9 j- 9 i 8 e j C 6 8...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

“The external review pan- A ssemblyman Bill Monning, D-Monterey, held hearings on the pesticide last summer. He expressed disappointment that state regulators want to move forward after an external peer review board outlined problems. Critics disagree. Studies have implicated methyl iodide in fetal deformity, miscarriage and thyroid disease in animals, and it’s listed as a carcinogen under state’s Proposition 65. Warmerdam, the state’s top pesticide regulator, in a press release. Mike Allan, global business development manager for pesticide manufacturer Arysta LifeScience, said the restrictions were“ in keeping with ( the Department of Pesticide Regulation) assessment and evaluation of California growing conditions” and that the company will continue working with regulators with the goal of restrictions proposed by Warmerdam’s department are“ modest at best.” “We’ll be looking to the feds to listen to sound science and make this pesticide illegal across the entire country,” said Tow...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

By JULIE JAG jjag@ santacruzsentinel. com Valley’s San Lorenzo Kyle Todd gets up on against Mount defense at the net Madonna in the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League Tournament championship Friday at Harbor games. High. SLV won in four No. 1 SLV def. No. 2 Mount Madonna, 25-22, 25-16, 24-26, 25-22 “Even if we’re always bigger and stronger ... you can’t breathe until you hear the whistle,” Hutslar said.“ They have guys flying around everywhere.” SLV needed five games to get past No. 4 Soquel in the semifinals. Coach Curtis Hutslar said he was ready for Friday’s match to go just as long. By reaching the finals, both teams claimed the league’s two guaranteed spots in the Central Coast Section Division II playoffs. Aptos, which placed third in league and lost to Mount Madonna in the tournament semifinals, is also expected to receive a CCS bid. No. 2 Mount Madonna [ 21-10, 8-2]. “I’ve blocked the same all year. They Creating an intimidating perimeter with its block, the Cougars kept pesky...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

1 p. m. Soquel High 7 p. m. Watsonville High PCFL: Knights at Gladiators NCFL: Razorbacks at Vikings HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING 1: 30 p. m. SLV High SCCAL Championships COLLEGE SWIMMING Cabrillo at State Championships all day Mt. San Antonio College HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD SLV at Centennial Invitational St. Francis at Oregon Relays RADIO SWIMMING: SCCAL CHAMPIONSHIPS At SLV High, 1: 30 p. m. League swimmers compete for local bragging rights and berths to the upcoming Central Coast Section championships. MLB TIME TV A’s at Blue Jays 10 a. m. Mets at Phillies noon FOX 680 AM Rockies at Giants 1: 05 p. m. COLLEGE BASEBALL Celtics at Cavaliers BOXING Hawks at Bucks ( replay) 11 p. m. Kansas at Oklahoma State noon CSN NBA PLAYOFFS 5 p. m. TNT 1 p. m. Sollecito Park, Monterey noon St. Francis High Hartnell finishes its season at 1520, 7-18. We’re already getting after recruiting to improve. We’ve covered every school in the county and have a number of players coming in next year.” record be...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

Still unclear is the longterm future for the former No. 1 overall pick. The team acquired Campbell in a trade with Washington last weekend. There were reports that Russell could be cut before training camp or held out of the workouts to avoid an injury. B u t R u s s e l l wa s o u t there working with Campbell, Charlie Frye and Kyle Boller as the Raiders had their first formal on-field workout of the offseason. “My thing is to keep coming out to work until they tell me not too,” Russell said.“ I’m going to keep coming out to compete for the job and work my tail off.” There were few visible signs from practice about who the leading contender for the starting quarterback job is this season. Bruce Gradkowski, who replaced Russell midway through last season, watched while wearing a sling after recent surgery for a torn pectoral muscle. Coach Tom Cable reiterated that it’s a five-man competition at quarterback. When the team did its first 11-on-11 drills, it was Frye who took the first ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

Call-up pitcher Cahill Cahill suffers through 5-plus innings of work vs. Toronto’s hitters By JOE STIGLICH Contra Costa Times 4 * mr. -wis MOSES Continued from C1 Associated Press GIANTS 5, ROCKIES 2 CIAMTS TODAY’S GAME: Rockies at Giants TIME: 1: 05 p. m. RADIO: 680 AM TV: None run his April record to 4-0. But as good as Zito was once again, the man of the evening was the Giants’ offseason first base acquisition, who came into the game hitting just .227. In a move he said he’d been contemplating for awhile, manager Bruce Bochy reinstalled veteran catcher Bengie Molina to the cleanup spot and moved Huff, who had been the Giants’ No. 4 for 20 of their first 21 games, to fifth in the order. With the score tied 2-2 through 4 ½ innings, the Giants started their game-winning rally when Andres Torres opened the fifth with a single. John Bowker, a fourth-inning Something clicked. In his best game as a Giant, Huff’s fifth-inning double into the left-center gap was the big blow in a game in ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

IP H R ER BB SO IP H R ER BB SO Cleveland 10. 2B— Mauer ( 8), Hafner ( 3), Redmond ( 3). 3B— Peralta ( 1). HR— Morneau ( 5). SB— Span ( 6), O. Hudson ( 2), Delm. Young ( 2). Home 9-2 9-4 7-5 7-5 5-3 Str W-4 W-1 L-1 L-2 W-1 Colorado Los Angeles Arizona San Francisco 13 San Diego Records 21-10. SLV 20-6; Mount Madonna HIghlights — SLV: Trevor Romele 10 kills, 1 ace, 2 blocks; Kyle Todd 15 blocks, 8 kills; Alex Parker 24 assists, 3 blocks, 2 aces. Mount Madonna: PK Hattis 11 kills, Danny Falcao 11 kills, Jake Getz 5 aces. at Harbor HIgh Boys volleyball SCCAL Tournament final SLV def. Mount Madonna 25-22, 25-16, 24-26, 25-22 American League Blue Jays 10, A’s 2 Oakland Toronto Atlanta Hanson W, 2-2 8 4 2 2 0 7 Wagner S, 2-3 1 0 0 0 1 0 HBP— by Hanson ( Ca. Lee) Houston Myers L, 1-2 Byrdak Fulchino 6 4 3 4 5 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 St. Louis Cincinnati 12 Chicago 11 Pittsburgh 10 Milwaukee 9 Houston 8 Str L-1 W-5 W-1 L-1 L-4 L-4 Home 8-3 6-6 5-6 5-4 4-8 5-10 LOB— Colorado 6, San Francisco 7. ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

Milwaukee made a furious comeback attempt in the last 6 minutes, but Josh Smith’s block on John Salmons with just over 2 minutes remaining helped the Hawks hold on. Carlos Delfino scored 20 for the Bucks, who came into the game hoping to finish off their heavily favored opponent but instead went completely flat coming out of halftime. The Hawks outscored the Bucks 29-11 in the third quarter to take a 15-point lead. HAWKS 83, AT BUCKS 69 Jamal Crawford broke out of a slump with 24 points, Joe Johnson added 22 points and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Milwaukee Bucks to force a seventh game in the first-round series. Game 7 is Sunday in Atlanta. Nearly a rerun of the first game, Game 4 could have gone either way. But after again knotting at 21-21, SLV pushed through for the win. “We just had to get that one The strategy didn’t work, Getz served the Hawks into a onepoint lead and Mount Madonna rode the momentum to win Game 3. A block by Brad Clements and Alex Parker put the period on a Gam...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 1 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 2 May 2010

BRUCE WILLIAMS Smart Money BOULDER CREEK — Amid all the emerging platforms for online conversations that provide accessibility to more open information and a global market reach, there is a dark side to social media that companies, individuals and lawmakers are only beginning to understand, according to Joel Postman, a Boulder Creek author, consultant and Silicon Valley corporate communications manager. Postman, who manages internal communications for Cisco and is speaking on the topic Wednesday in Palo Alto for the Intellectual Property Society, has worked on social media strategy with companies such as Seagate Technology, Fujitsu and Invivia. He currently runs Socialized, a consulting firm, from his home in the Santa Cruz Mountains. “There are undefined areas of advertising and marketing” he said, noting particularly issues of privacy, safety and misrepresentation.“ There is not anyone who understands this stuff fully yet. The law is lagging. It has just not caught up with the way...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 2 May 2010

What does Zeo track? How long it took you to fall asleep, how many times you woke up during the night, and how long you spent in deep, light and rapid eye “SmartWake” option get me up slowly, and found that very helpful for arising rested in the morning. That’s better than the traditional practice of hitting the snooze button on my alarm clock, which might give me a few extra minutes of sleep, but can make me feel even worse. Once you put the headband back on its recharge- I chose to have the Zeo In the morning, you can use Zeo as an alarm, so it wakes you at a specific time, or you can let the Zeo slowly wake you with gradually louder sounds based on what cycle of sleep you are in at the time. movement ( REM) sleep. It measures all by analyzing your brain waves using sensors in the headband. How to update firmware in your electronics TopTenReviews. com LESLIE manufacturers release firmware updates on a regular schedule, but others do it on an“ as needed” basis. It’s best to take th...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 2 May 2010

By Brett Arends 5* « ! puted investment at the heart of the Goldman Sachs fraud allega- I Cut Up Card A Safer Way TIP OF the total tuc M/ccif amount of all I rib Wbbft your cref jit- It all comes down to how much of your total available credit you do use. Canceling an unused credit card can ding your credit score, but there's a way to minimize the impact. That's called the credit utilization ratio- Today the banks—from Wall Street to Main Street—are out hustling new complicated structured financial products to the public. Some are called "reverse convertibles." Others, offering some stock-market "action" with limits on the upside and the downside, come with names like "principal guarantee" or "equity participation" notes. No, they probably won't be a disaster. Don't assume they're a new "Abacus." But as a rule of thumb, the more complex a product is, the worse the deal. If the problem isn't the hidden traps, it's probably the hidden fees. ing put together to sock you with high fees....

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 2 May 2010

These days, Ms. Sierra averages five orders per month for a total of around 1,000 cakes through Etsy, her company's Web site or referrals. She charges between $4 and $20 per cake, depending on their size. She has three employees—her mother, husband and niece—and recently signed a six-month lease for retail space at Limelight Marketplace, a new bazaar opening in Manhattan this week. At first, Ms. Sierra was concerned about whether anyone would actually buy her custom candy cakes. To test the waters, she put four cakes for sale on Etsy.com, an online crafts marketplace with 4,4 million members. Within less than a month, she secured an order for 150 cakes. "I never set out to have my own company," says Ms. Siena. "Life just pushed me into it." THE ACCIDENTAL ENTREPRENEUR By Sarah E. Needleman Picking Your Business —Jennifer Openshaw Marketwatch.com Earnings and net worth: A study of earnings and salaries conducted by the Ohio State University Center for Human Resources Research found t...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 2 May 2010

Nate Thomas spent the first years of his military career as a sniper in the In fact, instead of worrying about whether the trip was worth the cost, we should be concerned about something completely different: coming up with other ways we can help those less fortunate in the future. I understand my dad's concerns about the costs, and his questions about the motivation of some of the kids. But to me the trip was totally worthwhile, even if half of the students were just doing it for community-ser-vice hours. I bet most of those kids would do it again even with no service hours. One of the most emotional moments was when, after completing the house, we handed the keys to the grateful new homeowners. Most of the team teared up. But mainly, the week left me feeling more fulfilled than any other week in my life. I knew I was changing someone's life for the better. It's hard to beat that. For one thing, it made me appreciate how fortunate we are in comparison to so many others around the w...

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