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06/13/2014

 
www.smdailyjournal.com
Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
Wednesday
 June 5,2013
Vol XII,Edition 250
ANOTHERBLOW
NATION PAGE 7
 
RAISETHEBARFORCOCKTAILS
FOOD PAGE 17
IRS OFFICIALS ENJOYED LUXURY ROOMS ATCONFERENCE
Feds:Districtpractices notdiscriminatory
Changes made to helpnon-English speakingfamilies with enrollment
By Heather Murtagh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
While the San Mateo Union High SchoolDistrict’s enrollment policies were not dis-criminatory based on race, informationwasn’t widely available in Chinese at thetime the complaint filed was in 2012,according to a year-long investigation bythe U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights.In February 2012, the Office of CivilRights began investigating a claim that thedistrict discriminated against Chinese stu-dents when it came to school assignments.On May 31, results of the year-long investi-gation were released. The district was notfound to be discriminating against Chinesestudents, however, it was also not fullycomplying with the federal rules of makinginformation accessible in a variety of lan-guages. Changes were made to rectify mostof the concerns noted by the Office of CivilRights and Superintendent Scott Laurencesigned an agreement allowing for monitor-
County honorstripped fromformer doctor
Supervisors rescindAyreslifetime award
By Michelle Durand
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
As a show of support tohis victims, countysupervisors unanimouslystripped former SanMateo child psychiatristWilliam Hamilton Ayresof a lifetime achievementhonor awarded 11 yearsago just as police were launching the childmolestation investigation that would ulti-mately end this year with a conviction onseveral felonies.Ayres, 81, pleaded no contest in May toeight counts of molestation connected to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
NEWYORK — Aperson familiar with theBiogenesis of America case tells theAssociated Press that Anthony Bosch, thefounder of a Miami anti-aging clinic, hasagreed to talk to Major League Baseballabout players linked to performance-enhancing drugs.The person declined to be identifiedTuesday night because the investigationwas still ongoing.The information that Bosch providesMLB on any players who came to the now-closed clinic could lead to player suspen-sions.Among the playerswhose names have beentied to the clinic are:Ryan Braun, Brewers;Everth Cabrera, Padres;Melky Cabrera, BlueJays; Francisco Cervelli,Yankees; Bartolo Colon,Athletics; Nelson Cruz,Rangers; Fautino de losSantos, free agent; GioGonzalez, Nationals; Yasmani Grandal,Padres; Fernando Martinez, Astros; JesusMontero, Mariners; Jordan Norberto, freeagent; Jhonny Peralta, Tigers; Cesar Puello,Mets; and Alex Rodriguez,Yankees.The agreement between Bosch and MLBwas first reported by ESPN.In mid-April it was reported that MajorLeague Baseball paid a former employee of aFlorida anti-aging clinic linked to perform-ance-enhancing drugs for documents accord-ing to The New York Times.The newspaper reported that two unidenti-fied people briefed on the matter said at leastone player linked to now-closed Biogenesisof America purchased documents from a for-mer clinic employee in order to destroythem, and that other players made efforts tobuy potentially incriminating documents.
Baseball dopes?
MLB nears deal with informant for doping details
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT
The San Carlos Parks and RecreationCommission tonight will choose one of two designs for its $1.7 million makeoverof Crestview Park and decide if it will rec-ommend the City Council opt for artificialturf on the athletic field.Although the Wednesday night meeting isabout the overall concept for the park locat-ed on Crestview Drive north of BrittanAvenue, the controversial recommendationto use synthetic grass rather than naturalsod is expected to be a key part of the dis-cussion. Asimilar debate over the material’suse in other San Carlos parks — namelyHighlands where it was eventually installed— dragged through city decision-makingfor roughly a decade.For the overall renovation, the commis-sion is asked to choose between two finalconcepts winnowed down from four created
City weighing park design, turf options
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FOR THE RECORD2
Wednesday
 June 5,2013
THEDAILYJOURNAL
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Jazz musicianKenny G is 57.
This Day in HistoryThought for the Day
1963
Britain’s Secretary of State for War,John Profumo, resigned afteracknowledging an affair with a callgirl, Christine Keeler (who was alsoinvolved with a Soviet spy), andlying to Parliament about it; whilethere was no finding of a securitybreach, the scandal helped bring downthe Conservative government of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan.
“A lie has no leg,but a scandal has wings.” 
— Thomas Fuller,English clergyman (1608-1661)
Broadcast journalistBill Moyers is 79.Actor Mark Wahlberg is 42.
Birthdays
PHOTO COURTESY OF LIZ ROSINSKI
St.Matthew’s Episcopal Day School students wore yellow hard hats at the groundbreaking ceremony held yesterday morningin downtown San Mateo.
Wednesday:
Cloudy. Patchy fog. Highsin the upper 50s. Southwest winds 5 to 10mph.
Wednesday night:
Partly cloudy in theevening then becoming cloudy. Patchyfog. Lows around 50. West winds 5 to 10mph... Becoming south after midnight.
Thursday
: Cloudy in the morning thenbecoming partly cloudy. Patchy fog.
Local Weather Forecast
The story “Project Hope looking for help” in the June 3edition of the Daily Journal had incorrect information. TheBurlingame High School students are working to supportProject Hope.
Correction
(Answers tomorrow)DOUSE APARTOUTING EXPERTYesterday’sJumbles:Answer:He became one after telling his wife how todrive — APEDESTRIANNow 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.
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Congress passed the Neutrality Act, which pro-hibited Americans from taking part in any military actionagainst a country that was at peace with the United States.
In 1884, 
Civil War hero Gen. William T. Sherman refusedthe Republican presidential nomination, saying, “I willnot accept if nominated and will not serve if elected.”
In 1916
, the Arab Revolt against Turkish Ottoman rulebegan during World War I.
In 1933, 
the United States went off the gold standard.
In 1940
, during the World War II Battle of France,Germany attacked French forces along the Somme line.
In 1947
, Secretary of State George C. Marshall gave aspeech at Harvard University in which he outlined an aidprogram for Europe that came to be known as The MarshallPlan.
In 1950, 
the U.S. Supreme Court, in Henderson v. UnitedStates, struck down racially segregated railroad diningcars.
In 1967
, war erupted in the Mideast as Israel raided mili-tary aircraft parked on the ground in Egypt; Syria, Jordanand Iraq entered the conflict.
In 1968, 
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated in LosAngeles’Ambassador Hotel after claiming victory inCalifornia’s Democratic presidential primary. GunmanSirhan Bishara Sirhan was immediately arrested.
In 1976, 
14 people were killed when the Teton Dam inIdaho burst.Actor-singer Bill Hayes is 88. Former Canadian PrimeMinister Joe Clark is 74. Author Margaret Drabble is 74.Country singer Don Reid (The Statler Brothers) is 68. Rockmusician Fred Stone (AKAFred Stewart) (Sly and the FamilyStone) is 67. Rock singer Laurie Anderson is 66. Countrysinger Gail Davies is 65. Author Ken Follett is 64. Dr. JillBiden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden, is 62. Financial guruSuze Orman is 62. Rock musician Nicko McBrain (IronMaiden) is 61. Rock singer Richard Butler (Psychedelic Furs)is 57. Actor Jeff Garlin is 51. Actress Karen Sillas is 50. ActorRon Livingston is 46. Singer Brian McKnight is 44.Texas has more beef cows than anyother state. Wisconsin has the mostdairy cows.***National Football League (NFL) foot-balls are made out of cowhide leather,not pigskin. College teams also useleather footballs.***Unopened bottles of ketchup can bestored for one year on a cool, dark shelf.Tightly covered opened bottles of ketchup will last a month in a cool,dark, dry place.***George Stephen designed his first ket-tle-shaped barbecue grill in 1951. Atthe time, he worked for Weber BrothersMetal Works near Chicago. He devel-oped a barbecue with a lid on it. He addedthree legs to the bottom, a handle to thetop, and the Weber grill was born.***The grill ranks as the fifth most popularappliance in American homes. Seventy-six percent of U.S. households own abarbecue grill.***Steamboat Willie, starring MickeyMouse, was the first animated cartoonto use sound. It was the first MickeyMouse cartoon. It debuted on Nov. 18,1928.***Walt Disney’s (1901-1966) middlename was Elias. Norman Rockwell’s(1894-1978) middle name wasPercevel.***Do you know the middle names of thefollowing presidents? George W. Bush,John F. Kennedy, Dwight D.Eisenhower, Franklin D. Roosevelt,Rutherford B. Hayes, Ulysses S. Grant.See answer at end.***Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy(BSE) is the medical term for Mad CowDisease. BSE is a progressive diseasethat affects the cow’s nervous system.BSE kills all infected cattle. There is notreatment or vaccine. More than 97 per-cent of all BSE cases have been in theUnited Kingdom.***In 1888 Dr. James H. Salisbury, anEnglish physician, believed that eatingwell-cooked chopped beef three times aday, with large glasses of hot water,would cure almost any disease or ail-ment including anemia, asthma,rheumatism and tuberculosis. Salisburysteak is so called because of that doctor.***There used to be a cow pasture at thewestern edge of what is now SanFrancisco International Airport. It waspart of the Millbrae Dairy, establishedin 1870. The Millbrae Dairy was con-sidered the best dairy west of the RockyMountains. Borden’s Dairy DeliveryCompany took over the Millbrae Dairyin 1938.***McDonald’s Big Mac was introduced in1968. The cost was 49 cents. The EggMcMuffin was introduced in 1973 andMcDonald’s started offering HappyMeals in 1979.***The hamburger debuted at the 1904World’s Fair in St. Louis. Fletcher Davismade them famous by selling them onthe midway. His fried ground beef pat-ties served between two slices of home-made bread caused a sensation at the fair.***The 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis, alsoknown as the Louisiana PurchaseExposition, ran for seven months fromApril 30 to Dec. 1. Twenty million peo-ple visited the fair, for the most parttraveling by horse and carriage.***
 Answer 
: George Walker Bush (born1946), 43rd president; John Fitzgerald Kennedy (1917-1963), 34th president; Dwight David Eisenhower (1890-1969), 33rd president; Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945), 31st presi-dent; Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822-1893), 19th president; UlyssesSimpson Grant (1822-1885), 18th president.
Know It All is by Kerry McArdle. It runs inthe weekend and Wednesday editions of theDaily Journal. Questions? Comments?Email knowitall@smdailyjournal.com orcall 344-5200 ext. 114.
Lotto
 The Daily Derby race winners areLucky Star,No.2,in first place;Solid Gold,No.10,in second place;and Gold Rush,No.1,in third place.The race timewas clocked at 1:48.63.
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Arrest
. Awoman was arrested for drivingunder the influence and being involved in anaccident on Broadway and Carolan Avenuebefore 9:24 p.m. Thursday, May 30.
Disturbance
. Aperson received a threaten-ing email relating to a classified ad on thefirst block of El Quanito Way before 5:41p.m. on Thursday, May 30.
Burglary
. Electronics were stolen from astore on the 1300 block of BurlingameAvenue before 4:53 p.m. Thursday, May 30.
Arrest
. Awoman was arrested for shoplift-ing cosmetics on the 1800 block of ElCamino Real before 3:45 p.m. Thursday,May 30.
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Assault
. Aperson was pushed to the groundduring a road rage incident on El CaminoReal before 4:22 p.m. Sunday, June 2.
Arrest
. Aman was arrested for driving with-out a license on Ralston Avenue and OldCounty Road before 5:05 a.m. Saturday,June 1.
Police reports
Playing in traffic
Awoman was seen running through anintersection several times on ElCamino Real and Ralston Avenue inBelmont before 2:10 a.m. Sunday,June 2.
By Heather Murtagh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Stephen Langi grew up pretty unaware of his physical limitations.The 17-year-old lives with congenitalcerebral palsy, a disorder affecting brain andnervous system function. It was the sideeffect from an emergency cesarean duringwhich the umbilical cord wrapped around hisneck, cutting off circulation for a bit andcausing physical challenges. Langi isn’tthe kind of person to focus on that. He isrealistic about how cerebral palsy affectshis life. For example, he accepts that hischildhood dream of becoming a police offi-cer isn’t a reality. But that’s not Langi’sfocus. Instead, he’s the kind of guy who isopen to challenges, loves words and pushedhimself to try new things at Sequoia HighSchool.Marilyn Vandenbroeck, Langi’s speechteacher for the past four years, said he’salways willing to take a risk.“Rather than focus on what he can’t do,Stephen directs time, energy and effort intowhat he can do. His outgoing, friendly andpositive attitude make him a favorite amongstudents and staff who know and love thisdedicated and enthusiastic young man,” saidVandenbroeck.Langi attended special education classesoffered by the County Office of Educationthroughout elementary school. As a result,he bounced around to different campuseseach year. That changed in seventh gradewhen he enrolled at Kennedy Middle Schoolin Redwood City. The shift was a challenge,but one Langi embraced. Moving toadvanced special education classes helpedLangi become a better reader. Now, he’s aword lover with plans to become either anauthor or possibly a teacher. Staying at oneschool for two years also let Langi makefriends and start to bond with students whodidn’t have disabilities — something thathad previously been a challenge for him.Langi chose to go to Sequoia, noting afew of his friends were going to the school.It was a difficult transition for Langi whooften uses a walker to get around. Freshmanyear mostly included going straight homeafter school, he said.Sophomore year was different. Langidecided it was time to reinvent himself andachieve a longtime goal of being part of ateam. He joined the track and field team,because he had always excelled at runningduring physical education. Unsure if it wasthe right place for him, Langi started to feelpart of the team after completing his firstmeet. He stuck with participating in the 100meter and 200 meter dashes until this year,when a running injury to his quad resulted inLangi taking a break.Junior year, Langi added leadership classto his activities. He’s enjoyed learningmore about the school and school spirit. Itwas through leadership that Langi had thechance to be part of a drama performance —something he wasn’t sure he would want totry. Support from others resulted in Langimaking his debut as Max, the club owner, in“Cabaret.”Vandenbroeck said, “Stephen doesn’t see
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