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

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

The event will kick off at 1 p. m. with a preview performance of Circo Brazil, which will be performing all summer starting July 11. Circo Brazil is an action-packed 30-minute show featuring trampoline, tightrope and hand balancing acrobatics, Capoeira and freestyle soccer tricks. The heat will be on with fire limbo, the bar going less than a foot off the ground. SANTA CRUZ — The Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk is starting the summer season Saturday with skydivers, acrobatics and live music. Memorial Day weekend will provide more festivities with the opening of the new Haunted Castle ride. Locals equally enjoy the Boardwalk. Nicole Litz, 30, a bartender at Coasters Bar and Grill on Cliff Street across from the Boardwalk, occasionally goes to special events. “I attend concerts once in a while if there’s a good one,” Litz said.“ There are a lot of good people there. It’s fun.” val while in California. “My husband’s been here before, but I had never seen it.” Andrea Blasy, 65, vacationing i...

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

Aragon’s Trevor McNeil trying to steal second during their CCS game Thursday. Contreras tags out Jacob baseman Aptos second SENTINEL SHMUEL THALER/ S AT U R D AY D-III: Santa Cruz vs. Hillsdale, 11 a. m., Hartnell J. C., Salinas D-III: MVC vs. SHC, 3 p. m., MPC D-II: Aptos vs. Burlingame, 7 p. m., Washington Park, Santa Clara APTOS — When 6-foot-3, 200pound Aragon High ace Sam Tuivailala stepped on the mound Thursday afternoon, it was an impressive sight. So much so, that a handful of professional scouts jostled for position behind the backstop and pointed their Armed with a 90-mph fastball and a hard-biting curve, Tuivailala was poised to lead the No. 14 seed Dons to an upset of Aptos in the teams’ first-round Central Coast Section Division II playoff radar guns his direction. SEE APTOS ON D8 Sharks face uphill battle STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS San Jose Mercury News By DAVID POLLAK Tonight’s game is a must-win 1 Jp 09, _ 4§ , 4, I " ■4 f v ' m 1 i BERNARD PAPON/ AP FILE Supporters urge o...

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

HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING AND DIVING CCS Trials Diving Swimming Giants at Diamondbacks ( replay) 3 p. m. HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING AND DIVING TRIALS At Santa Clara Swim Center, 9 a. m. and 2 p. m. The best swimmers and divers in the section, including those from Santa Cruz County, will try to advance to Saturday’s CCS finals. MLB CSN 9 a. m. Santa Clara Swim Center 2 p. m. Santa Clara Swim Center Olson, who took second place at the Mountain West Conference championships, shot a 4-under-par 68 at the 7,360yard Carlton Oaks Golf Club. The No. 12 Rebels are currently in a four-way tie for first place. Play continues through Saturday. The low five teams and low individual not on those teams will advance to the NCAA Championships. University of Nevada Las Vegas senior and Aptos High alum Eddie Olson leads the field by one shot after the first day at the 2010 NCAA Men’s Golf San Diego Regional. TIME TV RADIO The two-time Mission Trail Athletic League MVP averaged 21.6 points her senior year and led...

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

Start preparing now for these upcoming events: THIS WEEK S AT U R D AY north look S U N D AY perfect.’ GERRY BROOKES, Reel Sportfi shing JUNE 5 JUNE 6 CYCLING: Butterfly Criterium, Pacific Grove, 7: 30 a. m., www. ghosttreeracing. com/ butterfl y-criterium. html. JUNE 12 Continued from D1 JUNE 19 JUNE 27 DOWN THE LINE Bushnell can also be heard on The Let’s Go Fishing Radio Show at 7 p. m. Thursdays on KSCO 1080 AM. Send your photos, comments or questions to scruzfi shing@ yahoo. com. I — NEIL PEARLBERG swells, small swells, dawn patrol, and any other surfing moments that she felt needed to be recorded. Spurgeon of Waxfoot Video was not only a master editor but a talented visual artist. She frequented surf events, sunsets, big friend, Annie Spurgeon. community lost a dear ■ On May 14, the surf a. m. to 3 p. m., the Santa Cruz Boardroom will set up its new skateboard ramp in front of Whole Foods on 41st Avenue. There will be free food, a huge raffl e, a kick-fl ip challenge and a gro...

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

Sentinel wire services Singletary still in control By ANDREW BAGGARLY San Jose Mercury News SF GETS SHAKEN UP MATT YORK/ AP The Diamondbacks’ Justin Upton, left, breaks up a double play as the Giants’ Juan Uribe can’t make the throw to first during the eighth inning Thursday in Phoenix. Diamondbacks trump Giants, tarnish Lincecum’s record Trent Baalke passed his brief but eventful tryout as the 49ers’ top personnel man. The team promoted him to vice president of player personnel Thursday as a reward for orchestrating the 49ers’ draft on short notice. SINGLETARY The new title comes with additional responsibility but stops short of putting Baalke in a general manager role. Team president Jed York, in announcing the move, said coach Mike Singletary retains control of the team’s 53-man roster, just as he did during Scot McCloughan’s reign as GM. Asked how Baalke’s new role compares to McCloughan’s old one, York said: “It’s similar, but Trent won’t have as much authority. He won’t have a...

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

Team president Ed Stefanski interviewed Collins on May 1, and he emerged as the leading candidate to replace the fired Eddie Jordan. The pool of candidates The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the announcement has not been made public. The person said the official announcement was likely to come today. NBA A person familiar with the decision says the Philadelphia 76ers have agreed to terms with TNT analyst Doug Collins to become their new coach. Mariners 4, Blue Jays 3 Toronto Seattle No. 14 Aragon 14-12; No. 3 San Diego Los Angeles San Francisco Colorado Arizona St. Louis Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburgh Milwaukee Houston Philadelphia Florida Atlanta Washington New York E— M. Reynolds ( 5). DP— Arizona 1. LOB— San Francisco 8, Arizona 10. 2B— Rowand ( 6), Sandoval ( 10), A. Huff 2 ( 10), Bowker ( 3), C. Jackson ( 5), Ad. LaRoche 2 ( 13), M. Reynolds ( 6), C. Young ( 10). 3B— S. Drew ( 4). HR— Uribe ( 5), Bowker ( 3), M. Reynolds ( 11). SB— C. Jackson ( 3). S— F. Sanc...

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

— dogpiled by teammates after producing the gamewinning single — called it one of the best moments in his life. “It’s the amount of passion we put into this,” said first-year Mariners coach “It got heavy, then heavier,” he said.“ Then I had to start pinching guys to get off as I was coughing for air.” It was such an emotional win that the Mariners’ normally stoic coaching staff choked up during a postgame embrace. Cusack, who checks it at 5-foot-10, 160-pounds, had more than a ton weight on him in the dogpile. He exited the flesh mountain with an ear-to-ear smile, much to the delight of the Mariners’ fans who packed the bleachers. game. Toward the end of the game, we just got confidence.” Burlingame beat No. 11 Westmont 10-0 in a game called after five innings. Heinevetter didn’t want his players intimidated in Senior-laden Aptos — which rebounded from a 5-22-1 record in 2009 to finish in second place in the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League — takes on No. 6 Burlingame [ 21-6-1] on S...

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

Cuts aren’t as deep as initially feared By JENNIFER SQUIRES jsquires@ santacruzsentinel. com Beginning July 1 all criminal matters, excluding those involving juveniles, will be handled in the Santa Cruz courthouse on Ocean Street as part of the consolidation. The courthouses in Juvenile Hall and County Jail will close, and business at the Santa “Basically it’s all tied into the reorganization plan,” Almquist said. The layoffs are the latest costsaving measure for the cashstrapped Santa Cruz County Superior Court system. Earlier this spring, court administrators and judges announced a major restructuring to cope with an anticipated $ 2.3 million budget shortfall. “Based on what we now know, it should be the end of it,” Jeff Almquist, the court’s presiding judge, said of the cuts Friday. The layoffs announced this week eliminate the equivalent of about 17 full-time positions, but affect 20 court reporters, legal process clerks and other employees because some work part time. They go i...

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

Detectives ask anyone with information about the case call the Investigations Bureau at 420-5820 or the anonymous tip line at 4205995. Officers are reviewing surveillance camera footage from nearby businesses to try to identify the shooter and corroborate the victim’s statement about the fight, Martinez said. The shooter fled west on Spruce Street. Police set up a perimeter around the area, but did not find him. He is described as a lightskinned black man in his late 20s or early 30s, about 6 feet tall and thin. He was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans, police reported. window and was treated by a medic, police reported. The victim, a 20-year-old Santa Cruz man, was found near where the shot was heard. He had lacerations from falling through the The first officer to the scene found the broken window, but both men had fled. A few moments later, the officer heard the gunshot, ran toward Spruce Street and found the victim, police reported. “Luckily it’s a fairl...

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

Tickets $25-65 plus service fees. Call 420-5260 or www.SantaCruzTickets.com 'If I" sMAc P R°yz SOR W€ar « our groouicst COs clothing! Several websites, including The Huffington Post, have narrated Dora’s mock capture by immigration authorities. One picture circulating on Facebook shows an ad for a TV show called “Dora the Illegal Immigrant.” Dora’s life and immigration status have been scrutinized and mocked. But since the passage of the Arizona law — which requires authorities to question people about their immigration status if there’s reason to suspect they’re in the country illegally — For about a decade, the pint-sized Latina character has taught millions of children the English alphabet, colors and Spanish phrases on a Nickelodeon TV show and through a global empire. Her smiling cherub face is plastered on everything from backpacks to Tshirts to fruit snacks. In Dora’s case, especially because her image is so widely available, she’s an easy target as discussion ramps up on how...

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

He says he smoked heroin with his girlfriend, but she didn’t develop the addiction that overtook his life. In secret, he used hypodermic needles to inject the drug directly into his veins. He spent $ 700 a week to get high, and heroin-relat-ed illnesses left him hospitalized several times, once with kidney failure. With just weeks left on his sentence, the inmate says he feels good but worries he’ll fall back into old habits when he’s free. “It’s not going to be easy,” he says. Like many, he had graduated to heroin use. He had injured himself working and didn’t have health insurance, so a friend sold him prescription painkillers. That led to OxyContin, then heroin. “I never saw myself as a junkie,” says the out-of-work carpenter with closecropped dark hair that has receded a bit. 6 grams of heroin he used daily. A handful of heroin users take methadone daily through a collaboration Prop. 36 funding in the county has dropped to less than 10 percent of its original $ 1.25 million budg...

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

The dozen or so Drug Court“ clients,” as court Commissioner Stephen Siegel calls them, gather in Department 11 once a week and stay until everyone’s case is reviewed. The atmosphere in the cozy, woodpaneled courtroom attached to County Jail is casual and TREATMENT, WITH TEETH A select few drug offenders end up in Drug Court on Friday afternoons. The hands-on, peer-based program was established in Santa Cruz County about a decade ago. With both rewards and consequences, many in the justice system and drug treatment world say Drug Court is the best structure to help addicts kick their habits. But when Prop. 36 went into effect in July 2002, the state created a second alter-native-sentencing court that gutted the local Drug Court program, according to District Attorney Bob Lee. “I think a lot of us really liked Drug Court because it was peer-and mentorbased,” Lee says. But the court is not all positive. When one man’s dirty drug test is announced in court, the other clients stand, fold...

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

Administration leaders often talk about how the U. S. has sent $ 1 billion to help Mexico. day in colonial Merida three years ago when Bush and Calderon laughed, slapped backs and announced unspecified intentions to “increase cooperation.” While the leaders made small talk, their advisers plotted out what Assistant Secretary of State Thomas Shannon called an“ urgent” aid package that could have “an immediate and important impact in the fight against organized crime.” Since then, 23,000 people have been killed in Calderon’s battle against the cartels as Mexico waited for U. S. funds. Both countries agreed that at least initially, the bulk of the funding would go to aircraft, and buying those can be slow: six months to review bids and sign contracts, two years build an airplane with high tech requirements. Nonetheless, Mexican officials are sanguine. “The implementation of the Merida Initiative resources are progressing as established by the governments of Mexico and the United States...

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

“It’s difficult to clean up when you haven’t stopped the source,” said Roberts, a councilman for Jefferson Parish, which stretches from the New Orleans metropolitan area to the coast. “You can scrape it off the — said Chris Roberts, a local official who surveyed the area Friday morning. Oil was hitting in various forms — light sheens, orange-colored splotches and heavier brown sheets were forced to close a public beach as globs of oil that resembled melted chocolate washed up. New wheat fungus could imperil food crops worldwide By CURT BROWN Minneapolis Star Tribune By NASSER KARIMI Associated Press SPECIAL EVENT! ' Sat. May 15th - Wed. May 26th Shane Bauer hugs his mother Cindy Hickey, during their meeting at the Esteghlal hotel in Tehran Friday. U. S. announced before the mothers’ arrival in Tehran that it had support from other major powers for a new set of U. N. sanctions against Iran over its refusal to stop uranium enrichment. United States and Iran. Iranian leaders have repea...

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

Critics, however, worry that students could get the idea the school approves of widely available direct-to-consumer gene-testing kits that claim to predict the risk of future health problems, said Jesse Reynolds, a policy analyst at the Center for Genetics and Society, a bioethics think thank. “We thought that this would be a more engaging vehicle for discussion than having them read a book or an article,” said Mark Schlissel, dean of biology at UC Berkeley. The voluntary tests are intended to spur conversation about the growing field of personal genomics, not predict the likelihood of disease, university officials said Thursday. The university has said it will send test kits to 5,500 new students to analyze genes that help control the body’s responses to alcohol, dairy products and folic acid. BERKELEY — A plan by UC Berkeley to voluntarily test the DNA of incoming freshman has come under fire from critics who said the school was pushing an unproven technology on impressionable stu...

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

rii" Mil ■9 * Sale prices do not apply to previous purchases. Advertised items at cash price plus tax. Not all items in each store. Limited stock. Furniture photographs for illustration purposes only. EXCLUDES CLEARANCE ITEMS, ADVERTISED ITEMS, SUPER BUYS PACKAGE DEALS & CASH PRICES. * All financing offers with no interest and/ or no payments require credit approval, a minimum purchase, and a down payment. SEE STORE FOR DETAILS. All sale items subject to availability when the sale item is out it is no longer offer. EXPIRES SUNDAY JUNE 6, 2010. MEMORIAL DAY PARKING LOT SALE FRE E Hot Do gs Sat.– Sun. – Mon. “These are sick, demented, perverted individuals,” said Todd Spitzer, an Orange County prosecutor. “These people cannot be cured,” said Harriet Salarno of Crime Victims United, which is suing the state over a plan to grant early release to thousands of inmates as a cost-saving move.“ So why are we letting them out? You can control a GPS monitor just so much.” Still, cr...

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

AP FILE Iran has been pressuring radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr to ally with Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki as maneuvering continues to form the next Iraqi government. They said Iran’s primary goal is to prevent former Prime Minister Ayad Allawi, whose Iraqiya coalition won the most seats, from becoming prime minister. Iraqiya’s surprisingly strong showing — 91 of 325 seats to 89 for al-Maliki’s bloc — was initially seen as an opening for neighboring Sunni Arab countries, particularly Saudi Arabia, to curtail Iranian influence in Iraq. Allawi still insists he should get the first crack at forming the government. But Iran saw Allawi as the “American” candidate and an ally of Saudi Arabia, its regional rival. Allawi is a Shiite, but Iraqiya was backed by both Shiites and Sunnis and had a secular, nationalist character. Allawi wants to move Iraq away from Iran and rebuild relations with other Arab states. With the Americans departing and the Iraqis struggling to form a stable go...

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

1,400 1,300 1,200 1,100 1,000 900 800 J F A M 10,193.39 2,229.04 J F M AM J F M AM 1,087.69 High 10,198.53 Low 9,918.82 Pet. change from previous: +1.14% High 2,243.00 Low 2,165.79 Pet. change from previous: +1.5% High 1,090.16 Low 1,055.90 WWW. SANTACRUZSENTINEL. COM SATURDAY May 22, 2010 Late gains end volatile market week Pet. change from previous: +1.25% By SETH SUTEL Associated Press S A N TA C R U Z Tourism mixer Tuesday NASDAQ composite S&P 500 index Dow Jones industrial average Dow Jones industrial average, May 21 intraday trading 10,200 - r Percent change from March 9, 2009 100 percent Mark6t ShakGS rattl6S Tradin 9 was volatile on Friday as investors looked to Europe for ' direction. Stocks ended sharply higher after posting their biggest anCl rOllS D3Ck UP drops in more than a year. 101,50 12 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m 10,050 A i 10,000 10 a.m. 10,100 o « MAMJ J ASONDJFMAM 2009 2010 International stock markets, percent change from the previous day -0.89 -2.45 -0.38 -0....

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

CHARLES DAVID MICHAEL JUNG: Publisher DON MILLER: Editor MIKE BLAESSER: Internet Director CEIL CIRILLO: Community Member Thus, a supposed reform would make pension spiking even more onerous - and make it more difficult for us to know what’s happening. The Capitol’s cynicism, it would seem, knows no depths. Sacramento Bee One factor is the sour economy. Californians whose jobs and benefits have disappeared or become shaky resent paying for seemingly lavish and unalterable public pensions. Another is that the cost of those pensions has jumped sharply, thanks largely to multi-billion-dollar investment losses by pension trust funds, claiming ever-larger shares of eversmaller streams of tax money. Still another is that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and others have made it a crusade. “Now all of a sudden we are paying, the taxpayers are paying, $ 6.2 billion on pensions,” Schwarzenegger complained the other day as he unveiled a revised state budget. Finally, the state’s news media have disco...

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