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06/12/2013

 
www.smdailyjournal.com
Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
Tuesday
May 21,2013
Vol XII,Edition 237
BLOODSHED RISES
WORLD PAGE 32
 
U.K.MEASLESCASES ONRISE
HEALTH PAGE 19
ATTACKS KILL 95 IN IRAQ,HINT OF SYRIAN SPILLOVER
Countyofficials against homeless rights bill
REUTERS
Rescue workers help free one of 15 people trapped in a medical building at the Moore hospital complex inOklahoma after a tornado tore through the area.
SEEFULLSTORYPAGE17
HUGETORNADOHITSOKLAHOMA
 
By Bill Silverfarb
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Hockey moms have showed upin force at City Council meetingsand at the Bridgepointe ShoppingCenter in recent weeks in an effortto save the Ice Center of SanMateo from imminent closure.They have marched with signs,said the public process has beennon-transparent and insist thateven though SPI Holdings,Bridgepointe’s owner, will termi-nate the lease with the ice rink’soperator that a rink can survive atthe location with a new operator.SPI, however, has withdrawn itspre-application with the city toamend Bridgepointe’s masterplan, which calls for a recreationalamenity similar to an ice rink onthe property.SPI had previously offered thecity a turfed athletic field at anycity park in exchange for allowingit to provide the required recre-ational amenity off site. Companyofficials have said the rink will becarved up for new retail uses,which will provide the city withmore sales tax revenue than it getsfrom the ice skating crowd.After the ice rink closes at theend of the month, SPI will take
Owners stillplan to shutdown icerink
Despite rallies,May 31 closure dateset;new uses to be explored soon
By Michelle Durand
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Astate proposal to turn thehomeless into a “protected class”allowed to urinate in public, sleepin vehicles and have access toattorneys for even minor infrac-tions would be a financial burdenon San Mateo County and limit theability to enforce its own laws,according to concerned officials.The Homeless Person’s Bill of Rights andFairness Actauthored byAssemblymanTom Ammiano,D-SanFrancisco,would imposecostly — andunfunded —mandates whileundermining the local decision-making process, according toCounty Manager John Maltbiewho recommends the Board of Supervisors at Tuesday’s meetingformally voice its opposition.Maltbie is not alone in his con-cern. Other departments comingout against the bill range from theSheriff’s Office which thinks itwould interfere with communitiestrying to address public health andsafety issues to the Human
Proposed legislation to create ‘protected class’considered costly,limiting
DAILY JOURNAL FILE PHOTO
A homeless man sleeps at the Caltrain station in downtown San Mateo.
BILL SILVERFARB/ DAILY JOURNAL
San MateoCounty sheriff’sdeputies SalZuno andBrandon Henselare transitofficers forCaltrain whosaved a suicidalman’s life lastweek.
Tom Ammiano
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By Bill Silverfarb
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Last week was a rough one forthe transit police that patrol morethan 80 miles of train tracksacross three counties as two pedes-trians were struck and killed onCaltrain tracks.First a woman was struck inBurlingame at about 7:40 a.m.,Friday, May 10 and then anotherperson was struck and killed atabout 5:20 a.m., Wednesday May15 in San Bruno. The deaths werethe seventh and eighth this yearon Caltrain tracks.The next day, May 16, SanMateo County sheriff’s deputiesSal Zuno and Brandon Hensel gotanother early-morning call froman anonymous tipster who saidsomeone was acting suspiciouslyon the tracks near the HillsdaleCaltrain station in San Mateo.
‘See something, say something’
Police save suicidal man’s life thanksto anonymous caller
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SERRASLUGGERCARRIESPADRES
SPORTSPAGE 11
 
Publicist:Founding memberof The Doors dies at 74
Ray Manzarek, the keyboardist andfounding member of The Doors whohad a dramatic impact on rock ’n’roll,has died. He was 74.Manzarek died Monday at theRoMed Clinic in Rosenheim,Germany, surrounded by his family,said publicist Heidi Robinson-Fitzgerald. Robinson-Fitzgerald saidhis manager, Tom Vitorino, confirmedManzarek died around 3:30 p.m. EDT,after being stricken by bile duct can-cer.Manzarek founded The Doors aftermeeting then-poet Jim Morrison inCalifornia. The band went on tobecome one of the most successfulrock ‘n’roll acts to emerge from the1960s and continues to resonate withfans decades after Morrison’s deathbrought an effective end to the band.The Chicago native continued toremain active in music afterMorrison’s 1971 death. He brieflytried to hold the band together by serv-ing as vocalist, but eventually thegroup fell apart. He played in otherbands over the years, produced otheracts, became anauthor and workedon films.The Doors wereinducted into theRock and Roll Hallof Fame andManzarek is amongthe most notablekeyboard playersin rock history. Hislead-instrument work with the band ata time when the guitar often dominatedadded a distinct end-times flavor thatmatched Morrison’s often out thereimagery and persona.The group is best known for hitslike “L.A.Woman,” “Break OnThrough to the Other Side,” “The End”and “Light My Fire” and came to sym-bolize the decadence of Los Angeles asthe counterculture grew in the U.S.Morrison and Manzarek met atUCLAfilm school and ran into eachother in Venice a few months aftergraduation, Manzarek recounted in a1967 interview with Billboard.Outwardly the two seemed so differ-ent. The strikingly tall, dark and hand-some Morrison looked the part of rockstar, while Manzarek, with glasses andcomparatively close-cropped blondehair, retained a more professoriallook.Inwardly, though, they were kindredspirits, as Manzarek discovered whenMorrison read him the lyrics for asong called “Moonlight Drive.”
Seth MacFarlane won’treturn as 2014 Oscar host
LOS ANGELES — Seth MacFarlaneis too busy to host the Oscars in 2014.The multitalentedcomedian says onTwitter that he“tried to make itwork schedule-wise, but I needsleep.”MacFarlane saidin his tweetMonday thatAcademy Awardsproducers CraigZadan and Neil Meron are among thebest in the business. Zadan and Meronproduced this year’s Oscar show,which earned higher ratings amongcoveted younger viewers, and will bereturning for the 2014 telecast.
FOR THE RECORD2
Tuesday
May 21,2013
THEDAILYJOURNAL
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As a public service,the Daily Journal prints obituaries of approximately 200 words or less with a photo one time on the date of the family’s choosing.To submit obituaries,emailinformation along with a jpeg photo to news@smdailyjournal.com.Free obituaries are edited for style,clarity,length and grammar.If you would like to have an obituary printedmore than once,longer than 250 words or without editing,please submit an inquiry to our advertising department at ads@smdailyjournal.com.
Actor Mr.T is 61.
This Day in HistoryThought for the Day
1932
Amelia Earhart became the firstwoman to fly solo across the AtlanticOcean as she landed in NorthernIreland, about 15 hours after leavingNewfoundland.
“Our present addiction to pollsters and forecasters is a symptom of our chronic uncertainty about the future....We watch our experts read the entrails of statistical tables and graphs the way the ancients watched their soothsayers read the entrails of a chicken.” 
— Eric Hoffer,American philosopher (1902-1983)
Sen.Al Franken,D-Minn.,is 62.Actor JudgeReinhold is 56.
Birthdays
SCOTT DELUCCHI
Volunteers from the Avalon Academy,a non-profitschool in Burlingame dedicated to providing educational services tochildren with movement disorders,have a blast walking dogs each week at Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA.Students,from left,are Ria Mitra,Peter Grotte and Jack Finberg,petting Francis,a 7-year-old Rottweiler,available for adoption.
Tuesday
:Mostly cloudy in the morningthen becoming partly cloudy. Breezy.Patchy fog in the morning. Highs in thelower 60s. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mphincreasing to 20 to 30 mph in the after-noon.
Tuesday night:
Mostly clear. Breezy.Lows in the mid 40s. Northwest winds 20to 30 mph.
Wednesday
: Sunny...Breezy. Highs near 60. Northwestwinds 20 to 30 mph.
Wednesday night:
Mostly clear. Breezy. Lows in the mid40s. Northwest winds 20 to 30 mph.
Thursday
: Sunny. Highs around 60.
Thursday night:
Mostly clear in the evening thenbecoming partly cloudy. Lows in the mid 40s.
Local Weather Forecast
(Answers tomorrow)SHOVE BLAND HIDDEN FIDDLEYesterday’sJumbles:Answer:He didn’t make a very good archaeologistbecause he was a — BONEHEADNow arrange the circled lettersto form the surprise answer, assuggested by the above cartoon.
THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Unscramble these four Jumbles,one letter to each square,to form four ordinary words.
SOINBLATTOVIREEVLIMFAY
©2013 Tribune Media Services, Inc.All Rights Reserved.
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In 1471
, King Henry VI of England died in the Tower of London at age 49.
In 1542, 
Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto died whilesearching for gold along the Mississippi River.
In 1863
, the Seventh-day Adventist Church was officiallyorganized.
In 1881
, Clara Barton founded the American Red Cross.
In 1892, 
the opera “Pagliacci,” by Ruggero Leoncavallo,premiered in Milan, Italy.
In 1927
, Charles A. Lindbergh landed his Spirit of St.Louis near Paris, completing the first solo airplane flightacross the Atlantic Ocean in 33Ωhours.
In 1941, 
a German U-boat sank the American merchantsteamship SS Robin Moor in the South Atlantic after theship’s passengers and crew were allowed to board lifeboats.
In 1956
, the United States exploded the first airbornehydrogen bomb over Bikini Atoll in the Pacific.
In 1959, 
the musical “Gypsy,” inspired by the life of strip-per Gypsy Rose Lee, opened on Broadway with EthelMerman starring as Mama Rose.
In 1972
, Michelangelo’s Pieta, on display at the Vatican,was damaged by a hammer-wielding man who shouted he wasJesus Christ.
In 1982, 
during the Falklands War, British amphibiousforces landed on the beach at San Carlos Bay.
In 1998, 
teen gunman Kip Kinkel opened fire insideThurston High School in Springfield, Ore., killing two stu-dents, a day after he’d killed his parents.Rhythm-and-blues singer Ron Isley (The Isley Brothers) is72. Rock musician Hilton Valentine (The Animals) is 70.Actor Richard Hatch is 68. Musician Bill Champlin is 66.Singer Leo Sayer is 65. Actress Carol Potter is 65. Music pro-ducer Stan Lynch is 58. Actor-director Nick Cassavetes is 54.Actor Brent Briscoe is 52. Actress Lisa Edelstein is 47.Actress Fairuza Balk is 39. Rock singer-musician MikelJollett (Airborne Toxic Event) is 39. Rapper Havoc (MobbDeep) is 39. Actress Ashlie Brillault is 26. Actor ScottLeavenworth is 23. Actress Sarah Ramos is 22.
In other news ...Lotto
 The Daily Derby race winners are Money Bags,No.11,in first place;Hot Shot,No.3,in secondplace;and Gold Rush,No.1,in third place.Therace time was clocked at 1:43.48.
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May 21,2013
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BURLINGAME
Public intoxication.
An intoxicated manwas taken to the hospital after falling on the1100 block of Paloma Avenue before 10:25p.m. Saturday, May 11.
Fraud
. Credit accounts were fraudulentlyopened in a woman’s name on the 1600block of Quesada Way before 12:32 p.m.Saturday, May 11.
Disturbance
. Five men were seen in aphysical fight on Howard and Lortonavenues before 2 a.m. Saturday, May 11.
Arrest
. Awoman was arrested for drivingunder the influence on the 1000 block of Burlingame Avenue before 12:29 a.m.Saturday, May 11.
SAN MATEO
Fraud
. Aperson attempted to cash a fraudu-lent check at a bank on the 2900 block of ElCamino Real before 4:46 p.m. Saturday,May 17.
Disturbance
. Two men stole from a storeon the 1700 block of Delaware Street before8:06 p.m. Friday, May 16.
Fraud
. Fraudulent activity occurred at a bankon the 2000 block of Fairmont Drive before1:30 p.m. Friday, May 16.
Disturbance
. A2-year-old was bit by a doginside a Home Depot on the 2000 block of Chess Drive before 7:46 p.m. Thursday,May 15.
Police reports
Bad Samaritan
Aperson who found a man’s phoneoffered to sell it back at an unknownaddress in San Mateo before 4:36 p.m.Thursday, May 15.
By Heather Murtagh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Christian Rosales understood that educa-tion was power at a very young age.With his family, he immigrated to theUnited States as a toddler. His mother lefther career as a doctor and his father becamea janitor at Stanford University to supporta dream of educational opportunity fortheir children.“It’s really inspiring,” he said of his par-ents.Rosales, the youngest of the five kids,was taken under the wing of his olderbrother who taught him soccer. Spendinghis younger years in East Palo Alto,Rosales decided to focus on academics andsports from a young age. Now, the teenwho turns 18 today is preparing to graduateEastside College Preparatory School withplans to attend the University of California at Los Angeles. Rosales hopesto become the type of teacher who inspiredhim to excel.“Christian is a kind-hearted, respectful,diligent, charismatic leader. He has aspira-tions of becoming a high school principalsome day; he will make an incredibleschool leader, as he is already a leaderamong his peers this year,” said computerscience teacher Ryan Atkins, adding thatRosales is highly respected by both stu-dents and staff.Rosales pointed to an eighth gradeteacher at Garfield, which was a charterschool at the time, who really inspiredhim. He was the kind of teacher who couldhelp straighten out students involved ingangs and drugs. Rosales noted studentsgoing down the wrong path were setstraight in that class, by that teacher.Spending many years of his youth sur-rounded by that kind of negativity and vio-lence, Rosales likes the idea of making animpact.He doesn’t remember the switch fromMexico to the United States — Rosales wasonly 2. However, he has returned toMexico multiple times to play soccer.Soccer’s been a focus for Rosales sincestarting at 5. His brother would help himwith drills. Soccer helped Rosales findconfidence. He began playing for a travel-ing team at 7. Since then, Rosales evenauditioned for semi-pro teams and made thecut, but decided to stay with educationrather than leaving school early.Prior to entering Eastside, Rosales’par-ents worked to cover the costs of movingto Menlo Park. So, when their youngestson came forward with a plan to transferfrom high school to a school in East PaloAlto — the place from where they hadworked hard to move — there were con-cerns.The change has been a positive one forRosales who found a new home for himself at Eastside. He joined cross country tostrengthen his endurance and continued toplay soccer but for a club team. Rosalessaid the experience has helped him mastertime management. He used school tutorialtime to keep up with his studies. From thestart, Rosales excelled at soccer on campusbecoming a leader who others admired — afurther confidence boost for the teen.And, although it may not seem as thoughhe’d have time, Rosales made time forother activities like tutoring and coachingcommunity kids in soccer.
 Eastside’s graduation will be held 5 p.m.Thursday, May 30, at the school quad,1041 Myrtle St., East Palo Alto. Ticketsare not required.
Great Grads is in its eighth year profilingone graduating senior from each of our localschools. Schools have the option to partic-ipate. Those that choose to participate areasked to nominate one student who deservesrecognition.
heather@smdailyjournal.com(650) 344-5200 ext.105.
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Christian Rosales

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