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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 June 2010

This year, the Red Cross is offering a new Wilderness and Remote First Aid course designed to teach people how to respond to emergencies when help is delayed. In addition, the Red Cross teaches swimming and water safety skills to over 2 million people each year, trains millions in lifesaving skills through its lifeguarding and CPR/ AED courses, and offers lifesaving training for young people through its babysitter training courses. For information about Red Cross courses and schedules, visit www. sdarc. org. Previous Red Cross research found that nearly 90 percent of Americans said they wanted to be prepared for an emergency, but they don’t know where to start or what to do. Americans plan to be very active this summer. The Red Cross survey found that more than 40 percent will go hiking or camping and almost 75 percent will go swimming. While people expect to be active, the Red Cross found that many were not confident they knew what to do in an emergency — less than two-thirds felt ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 June 2010

NEWS GRADUATION CONTINUED FROMPage 1 PLHS. In her free Grant Elementary School and Correia Middle School before and attended Barclift lives in Mission Hills, tions really had to deal with,” Barclift said. ing at 3 p. m. HTH will get the festivities started with its graduating class of 129 at 9 a. m., with HTH International’s class of 95 graduates following at noon. The ceremonies will conclude with 90 HTH Media Arts students walk- up.” HTH will hold its commencement on June 26 in the grassy area in front of the school, located at 2861 Womble Road. A total of 314 students from three different schools within the HTH village will celebrate graduation. Murphy is a third-generation Point Loman and attended Longfellow Elementary and Dana and Correia middle schools before PLHS. In his spare time, Murphy said he likes to body surf, go on long walks and “I’ll miss the weather and the beaches and the Mexican food,” Murphy said.“ There is a less serious, fun, laid-backness that’s here that you...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 June 2010

Beach Community Acupuncture provides low-cost treatment options COURTESY PHOTO BY HILLARY SCHULER-JONES I THE BEACON Patients at Beach Community Acupuncture are treated in an open setting rather than private rooms. weight, indicating that her body was retaining some nutritients. She began visiting Murray four times a week and her condition vastly improved. “All my medical doctors — and I have some of the best gastrointestinal doctors in San Diego — were just completely shocked, and I give the credit to her [ Murray]. I mean, I think she pret- ty much saved my life,” Everson said. “[ Doctors] told me that I’d never be able to travel again, that I always needed to be within 30 minutes of a hospital. Now my doctor says its OK for me to go to Europe for the summer.” Although Everson sought help for an extreme disorder, the majority of the clinic’s patients come in for more generalized problems, including anxiety, pain, insomnia and allergies, Murray said. Beach Community Acupuncture is ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 June 2010

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 June 2010

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 June 2010

At Your Bank? Uneasy With Recent Changes The turmoil in the banking industry over the past couple of years has led many to question the state of community banking in San Diego. This concern has been underscored by the recent closures of San Diego National Bank, La Jolla Bank, and 1st Pacific Bank of California as well as the fact that several other local community banks find themselves operating under strict regulato- Raymond Simas is SVP/ Manager of San Diego Trust. Mr. Simas can be reached at 619-823-7505. As of today, a significant number of Point Loma clients are already enjoying the benefits of their relationship with San Diego Trust even before the scheduled opening of the Pt. Loma office. Not only does the Bank provide courier service, remote deposit capture and free ATM use anywhere in the world, more importantly, the folks at San Diego Trust are more than happy to come to“ your” place of business to open your accounts and take care of your banking needs. this summer, Point ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 June 2010

The badminton squad showed promise, as did boys’ track and field, although neither qualified for post-season playoffs. Boys’ golf produced impressive wins in matches at several local courses and underclass girls’ track and field members turned in improved sprint and relay times. Boys’ volleyball, under coach Michel Bevis, also landed in fourth place in the Eastern League. The team compiled a 1-8 record, despite some close matches. Smith also was named to the All-CIF Tennis Team ( the only Division II player named). The Pointer girls’ softball team finished as the fourth-place team in the Western League. The Lady Pointers’ season ended with defeat in a CIF Division II play-in game. Coach Tom Kamfonik’s team produced several all-league players, including first team members Jill Duran and Ashley Nelson. Kaci Lorts and Marissa Reyes were named to the sec- ond team. There, Smith took eventual champion Alex Bouillin to three sets before a semi-final loss. Later, Smith, Johnson and Axel Cr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 June 2010

With Connor Baits on the mound or Sean Stepina at the plate this season, the Point Loma High School ( PLHS) baseball team was one of the toughest in San Diego to defeat. Opponents batted only .244 against Baits, who walked 36 batters and struck out 71 in 73 innings. Baits received the team’s Pitcher of the For sophomore pitcher Baits, 2010 served as a breakout season. The 6 foot, 5 inch righty compiled a remarkable 1.73 ERA while posting a teamleading 9-2 record. “I’m just going to have to work harder than everyone else,” Stepina said.“ I sat down with coach Gwynn and his staff and they told me, ‘ You’re an Aztec now.’” Pointer. Stepina was a unanimous choice by league coaches for first-team honors and will be entering San Diego State University as a preferred walkon, meaning Aztec coach and former San Diego Padre Tony Gwynn has high hopes — but no scholarships available— for the soon-to-graduate Posternack also praised Stepina’s plate discipline. Stepina walked 22 times and struck ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 June 2010

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 June 2010

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 June 2010

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 June 2010

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 June 2010

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 June 2010

i5 3 Driscoll's "Berry Bonanza" ¥ Organic A f Large Yellow Peaches 117! Seedless Watermelon > from ■Carlsbad Locally Grown in Valley Center I ib y Hlled, Green, Yellow, Orange^ Uj Bejkteppers I K9 C«*fira Valley S j if 3 Asparagus | Tips Young artists have brush with community pride PHOTO COURTESY OF MADI NAZARI Students from Young at Art brighten the corner of Newport Avenue and Cable Street by painting one of the old electrical boxes.” The response was overwhelming,” said Kim Howell, co-founder of Young at Art.” So many kids wanted to participate we had to break them into two groups … and bring the little ones back a week later.” r Bring Dad in for a Grilled Onion Dog v 2ffifa s They 3re only 53 & that includes a drink! fWf \T Fridav ■ SatUfda v * Sunda y oiJfti 10:30 am-6 pm $329 Van's Belgian Waffles ■ Great tor Fathfr'st^ Bolthouse ( Pork Tenderloins f Shrimp * chv 58.99 £ pk bot 58.99 6 pk bot New Belguim Ranger IPA 58.49 6 pk bot Karl Strauss Endless Su...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 July 2010

set to dazzle OB Pyrotechnics show SEE GATEWAY, Page 10 Diver Jay Schwartz, mooring coordinator for the wreck of the HMCS Yukon for the San Diego Oceans Foundation, swims past the anemone-covered bridge of the wreck just two miles off the coast of San Diego. The wreck is now an artificial reef for marine life habitat, and was prepared and sunk for recreational divers to enjoy. The 10th anniversary of the Yukon’s intentional sinking will be celebrated July 14-15. PHOTOS BY RONAN GRAY I THE BEACON One dark night in July 2000, a 366-foot-long Canadian naval destroyer packed with explosives sat at anchor less than two miles west of the foot of Pacific Beach Drive. The deck was dark and there were no lights in the windows of the bridge. Sunken naval ship gives marine life a safe haven BY RONAN GRAY | THE BEACON The Ocean Beach MainStreet Association ( OBMA) will host the annual show, after spending months preparing for it. “The fireworks company does all the planning for it,” said Denny ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 July 2010

ANNIE COLEMAN ( 619) 977-2457 $ 349,000 Enjoy life close to the bay in this terrific, move-in ready, end unit in secure and quiet building. Gourmet kitchen is a delight! Full size washer and dryer in unit. One bedroom, one bath, but over 900 square feet of living space, and plenty of storage. Call for appt. to see this lovely condo. TOMMY MIMOSA i m going to put you m your new home today F — — — — — — — — — — — — — -I With ad. Expires 8/ 1/ 10 1221 Rosecrans St. Cross street Shelter Island Dr. 226-6579 $ 100 off Any 24oz. or 32oz. SMOOTHIE Smoothies 16 oz.....$ 350 24 oz.....$ 400 We Beat Jamba! r — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — BETH ZEDAKER ( 619) 602-9610 FABULOUS POINT LOMA This fabulous and impeccable single level Point Loma for family and entertaining! $ 964,000 home features a large, open floor plan. Hardwood floors, a gourmet kitchen, family room, below ground pool and large backyard make this home perfect 1021 SCOTT STREET # 106 $ 525,000 JUST LISTED! Stunning 1BR/...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 July 2010

Capt. Mark Kohlheim, the commanding officer of SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific in Point Loma, and technical director Carmela Keeney lock a time capsule during a recent open-house ceremony. The time capsule is expected to be opened again in 2040. OFFICIAL U. S. NAVY PHOTO Case closed for murderer who killed self Mementos from the various departments highlighting some of their greatest achievements and other contributions were locked away in a time capsule during the event in an Current efforts, Keeney said, focus on net-work-centric operations, including enhanced networks and communications systems, increased interoperability, networked sensors and knowledge-management tools. She highlighted some of the early efforts, including the research and technology development that made possible the navigation of the USS Nautilus under the polar ice cap to the North Pole, the submergence of the bathyscaphe Trieste to the depths of the Marianas Trench and the design of the Polaris Missile pop-up ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 July 2010

Balloons were a colorful and popular way for families and friends to celebrate the graduation of loved ones at Point Loma High School. PHOTO BY SCOTT HOPKINS I THE BEACON For many, though, the ceremony was just the beginning of a longer celebration. Family members rushed onto the field, armed with digital cameras, flowers and balloons, to greet their new graduates. Senior Class President Josh Morse led his classmates in the traditional moving of their tassles from the left side to right, wished his classmates well and then beckoned them to meet in the center of the field. The throng quickly assembled and, at precisely 4: 40 p. m., hundreds of maroon caps were flung skyward to mark the ceremony’s end. School counselors read each student’s full name as they walked up ramps to receive their long-awaited certification from Samilson, who shook each graduate’s hand, as did Kowba. Newly-appointed District Superintendent Bill Kowba accepted the class, and the parade of graduates began. She ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 July 2010

MmWmW In its 25th year, the marshmallow fight began in 1985 as a friendly rivalry between the Grosch and Zounes families, who hosted rival Fourth of July holiday parties. Grosch lived on Saratoga Avenue and Zounes lived on Muir Avenue. Rich Grosch told The Beacon in 2002 that his friends and family from Saratoga Avenue were sitting near tower two at Ocean Beach — ready to roast marshmallows — when they found a better use for them. They threw marshmallows at the Zounes party down the beach. Beach. A year later, Grosch moved to Muir Avenue near the Zounes, and Muir Avenue got its revenge on Saratoga Street with an onslaught of marshmallows. Ever since then, the marshmallow fight has been a post-fireworks tradition on Ocean “We’re hoping people will respect the streets and the sidewalks and not do that again,” Knox said.“ If you stay on the sand, it just makes it so much better and so much easier to clean up.” Marshmallows litter the street with a gooey mess in 2009. COURTESY PHOTO BY ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 July 2010

And now? our house that is not in the flight path seem to do so after 11: 30 p. m. Please keep your dog safely indoors during this special holiday. People love their dogs and they want to include them, but taking them along on a Fourth of July outing can lead to disaster. The Fourth of July is the worst day for dogs ending up in shelters and emergency hospitals and, unfortunately, too many end up dead in the road. They experience absolute terror from hearing the loud noises of the holiday. Dogs and July 4 fireworks are a bad mix Trish Hausman Ocean Beach the editors. The Beacon reserves the right to exclude any Letter to the Editor, or to edit Letters to the Editor for length and prevention of libel, or for other reasons as seen fit by Letters to the Editor and editorials within this paper are not necessarily the views of this paper, nor those of the staff. expression. The views expressed in the The opinion pages of The Peninsula Beacon are meant as an open forum for YOUR VIEWS POLI...

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