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10/09/2013

 
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Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
 VIOLENTPROTESTS
WORLD PAGE 8
 
LATE RALLY DOES IN S.F.
SPORTSPAGE 12
‘WORLDWARZWILLENTERTAIN
WEEKEND PAGE 17
BRAZILIAN PRESIDENT DILMA ROUSSEFF ENDS NEAR-SILENCEABOUT DAYS OF MASSIVE RIOTS
By Michelle Durand
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Redwood City will hire 19 San Carlos fire-fighters, with an average salary hike of 13percent and better benefits, under the newcontract for the cities’hybrid fire depart-ment coming before both city councilsMonday night.Two years after San Carlos dumped its joint department with Belmont and enteredinto an agreement with Redwood City forprimarily management services, the citywants to expand its arrangement with hopesa more attractive compensation packagewill keep firefighters from leaving.If the two cities approve the five-yearcontract, Redwood City will hire 13 para-medic firefighters, five fire captains andone emergency preparedness and outreachcoordinator. The San Carlos employeeswill be placed in the Redwood City salarybrackets which will result in salaryincreases with an average of 13 percent.The workers will move back to a pensionplan of 3 percent at 55, meaning they canreceive 3 percent of their salary for everyyear of service at the age of 55.The full-service contract also includestruck service, fire prevention, code enforce-ment and investigation, emergency pre-paredness and training. Either city can pullout of the contract within the first year withwritten notice.“This is not a move for cost savings but it
Fire servicesharingexpands
Hybrid Redwood City-San Carlos department moving toward full-service
 Jobless ratefalls below 9pct.in state
By Judy Lin
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
SACRAMENTO — California’s unemployment rate fell to8.6 percent in May, marking the first time in nearly fiveyears the jobless number has dipped below 9 percent, thestate Employment Development Department reportedFriday.The drop in May — a decrease of 0.4 percentage pointsfrom 9 percent in April — puts California’s unemploymentrate at the lowest level since November 2008.While California’s rate continues to remain 1 percentagepoint above the national average of 7.6 percent, the state’simproving labor market has narrowed the gap.According to the U.S. Labor Department, California and
San Mateo to celebratesummer this weekend
First SummerFest event aiming to bringtraditional street fair back to downtown
Californias rate continuesto remainone point above the national average
By Heather Murtagh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
San Mateo is inviting families to kick off the seasondowntown with the first annual SummerFest.Food, music, performances, booths and lots of activitiesfor the kids will be available on B Street between Baldwinand Sixth avenues from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both Saturday andSunday. Presented by the Downtown San MateoAssociation, SummerFest is a chance to rekindle the tradi-
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DAVID WONG/DAILY JOURNAL (ABOVE), PHOTO COURTESY OF SAN MATEO COUNTY (BELOW)
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:The San Carlos Airport,nestled between Highway 101 and the San Francisco Bay,is home to more than 500 small aircraftand 25 aviation-related businesses.
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:Children will be able to check out cockpits and take helicopter tours during SanCarlos Airport Day Saturday.
 
By David Wong
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT
One of the most visible institutions on the Peninsula willbe on exhibition as the San Carlos Airport and surroundingbusinesses put on Airport Day.The free event is on Saturday, June 22nd from 10 a.m to 3p.m. at 620 Airport Drive, San Carlos.Attendees can expect a unique array of aircraft on display,airport tours, children’s helicopter rides and food preparedby gourmet trucks.“Airport Day is about showing the airport to the public,San Carlos Airport is one of the town’s hidden treasures,”said Brent Carstens, a marketing intern for the San Carlos
Airport Day ready for takeoff
San Carlos Airport invites community to come for a visit
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Weekend
 June 22-23,2013
Vol XII,Edition 265
 
FOR THE RECORD2
Weekend
 June 22-23,2013
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Actress MerylStreep is 64.
This Day in HistoryThought for the Day
1944
President Franklin D. Rooseveltsigned the Servicemen’sReadjustment Act of 1944, more pop-ularly known as the “GI Bill of Rights.”
“To understand is hard.Once oneunderstands,action is easy.” 
— Sun Yat-sen,Chinese statesman (1866-1925)
Sen.DianneFeinstein,D-Calif.,is 80.Actor-writer BruceCampbell is 55.
Birthdays
REUTERS
A man longboards through a flooded downtown street in Calgary,Alberta,Canada.
Saturday
: Sunny. Highs in the 60s tolower 70s. Northwest winds 5 to 15 mphincreasing to 15 to 20 mph in the after-noon.
Saturday night:
Mostly clear in theevening then becoming mostly cloudy.Lows in the lower 50s. Northwest winds10 to 20 mph.
Sunday
:Mostly cloudy. Achance of rain in the morn-ing...Then a chance of showers in the afternoon. Highs inthe upper 50s to mid 60s. West winds 5 to 10 mph. Chanceof precipitation 50 percent.
Sunday night:
Showers likely in the evening...Then rainlikely after midnight. Lows in the lower 50s. South winds 5to 10 mph. Chance of precipitation 70 percent.
Monday
: Rain. Highs around 60.
Local Weather Forecast
(Answers Monday)SHYLYWEDGE SYMBOLNIMBLEYesterday’sJumbles:Answer:When he reviewed the plans for the newwater park, he presented a — SLIDE SHOWNow 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.
TIYKTSUREHCISNEKNADTET
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In 1611
, English explorer Henry Hudson, his son and sev-eral other people were set adrift in present-day Hudson Bayby mutineers aboard the Discovery; their fate remainsunknown.
In 1870, 
the United States Department of Justice was cre-ated.
In 1911
Britain’s King George Vwas crowned atWestminster Abbey.
In 1937, 
Joe Louis began his reign as world heavyweightboxing champion by knocking out Jim Braddock in theeighth round of their fight in Chicago.
In 1938, 
Joe Louis knocked out Max Schmeling in the firstround of their rematch at Yankee Stadium.
In 1940, 
during World War II, Adolf Hitler gained a stun-ning victory as France was forced to sign an armistice eightdays after German forces overran Paris.
In 1943
, federal troops put down race-related rioting inDetroit that claimed more than 30 lives.
In 1962, 
Air France Flight 117, a Boeing 707, crashedwhile on approach to Guadeloupe, killing all 113 people onboard.
In 1970, 
President Richard Nixon signed an extension of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 that lowered the minimumvoting age to 18.
In 1977, 
John N. Mitchell became the first former U.S.Attorney General to go to prison as he began serving a sen-tence for his role in the Watergate cover-up. (He was released19 months later.)
In 1988, 
gay rights activist Leonard Matlovich, dis-charged from the U.S. Air Force because of his homosexual-ity, died at age 44.Actor Ralph Waite is 85. Singer-actor Kris Kristofferson is77. Movie director John Korty is 77. Actor Michael Lerner is72. Actor Klaus Maria Brandauer is 70. Broadcast journalistBrit Hume is 70. Singer Peter Asher (Peter and Gordon) is 69.Actor Andrew Rubin is 67. Actor David L. Lander is 66. SingerHoward “Eddie” Kaylan is 66. Singer-musician Todd Rundgrenis 65. Actress Lindsay Wagner is 64. Singer Alan Osmond is64. Actor Murphy Cross is 63. Actor Graham Greene is 61.Pop singer Cyndi Lauper is 60. Actor Chris Lemmon is 59.Rock musician Derek Forbes is 57. Actor Tim Russ is 57.Rock musician Garry Beers (INXS) is 56.Robert Cocking (1776-1837) sufferedthe first recorded parachute fatality in1837. He jumped from a hot air balloon5,000 feet over London using a coneshape parachute of his own design. Itdid not open.***German engineer Otto Lilienthal (1848-1896) designed the first hang glider thatcould fly a person. He died during a testflight. His dying words were “Opfermüssen gebracht werden,” German for“Sacrifices must be made.”***Professional hang glider ManfredRuhmer, of Austria, holds the worldrecord for longest distance traveled in ahang glider. In 2001 he glided for 437miles in a flight over Texas.***In 1910, Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) became the first president to flyin an airplane.***The first flight attendant was 25-year-old Ellen Church (1904-1965) of Iowa.Church, a registered nurse, had the ideathat a medically trained female on boarda plane would help soothe nervous pas-sengers. United Airlines agreed andhired her in 1930.***Mattel introduced Stewardess Barbie in1961. She wore an American Airlinesuniform.***The Hooters restaurant chain expandedtheir business in 2003 to include an air-line. Hooter girls, dressed in uniformsof orange shorts and tank tops, enter-tain passengers with trivia contests andcharades during flights. It ceased opera-tions in 2006.***The first successful takeoff of a seaplanefrom water took place in 1910 inFrance. Pilot Henri Fabre (1882–1984)nicknamed his plane “Le Canard, “French for “The Duck.”***Can you name the pilot nicknamed LadyLindy who disappeared in 1937? Seeanswer at end.***The Airbus A380 is the world’s largestairliner. The plane has seats for 525passengers and cost $13 billion tobuild.***Before founding the Boeing AirplaneCompany in 1917, William E. Boeing(1881-1956) was successful in the tim-ber industry. After he resigned as chair-man of the aviation company in 1934,Boeing raised thoroughbred horses onhis farm near Seattle, Wash.***The U.S. government has two Boeing747 aircraft that are used for Air ForceOne; presidential air transport. The tailnumbers on the planes are 28000 and29000.***Orville Wright (1871-1948) and hisbrother Wilbur (1867-1912) did nothave middle names, nor did any of theirfive siblings.***License plates in North Carolina say“First in Flight.” It is in reference to theWright brothers’first successful air-plane flight near Kitty Hawk, N.C., onDec. 17, 1903.***The 1903 Wright Flyer plane has beenon permanent display at theSmithsonian National Air and SpaceMuseum since 1948. Prior to that it wasat the Science Museum in London.***
 Answer 
: Amelia Earhart (1897-1937)was the first woman to fly solo over the Atlantic Ocean. Her nickname Lady Lindy was in reference to Charles Lindbergh (1902-1974), the first manto fly solo across the Atlantic. Earhart disappeared in 1937 somewhere around the South Pacific near the end of herattempted flight around the world.
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 are GorgeousGeorge,No.8,in first place;Lucky Star,No.2,inCalifornia Classic,No.5,in third place.The racetime was clocked at 1:41.69.
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Theft
. Awoman’s purse was stolen after sheleft it on the beach on the 4100 block of Highway 1 before 10:30 a.m. Monday, June17.
Arrest
. Aman was arrested for drivingunder the influence on State Route 92 andMain Street before 2:58 p.m. Saturday, June15.
Arrest
. Aman was arrested for drivingunder the influence on the 500 block of SanMateo Road before 2:47 a.m. Saturday, June15.
Fraud
. Aperson’s personal information wasused to attempt to open a fraudulent accountat a company on the 1100 block of MainStreet before 11:47 a.m. Friday, June 14.
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
Assault
. Someone was assaulted at Mr.Pizza Man on El Camino Real before 10:21p.m. Friday, June 14.
Civil case.
Acustomer reported salonmanagement would not return $50 after anunsatisfactory haircut on Maple Avenuebefore 1:53 p.m. Thursday, June 13.
Threat case.
Aman riding a bike yelled ata woman that he was going to kill her andthen rode away near the intersection of North Access Road and South AirportBoulevard before 5:21 p.m. Wednesday,June 12.
Police reports
Is this a hotel?
Awoman asked to spend the night at astranger’s house and propositioned sexto him on Grand Avenue in South SanFrancisco before 11:42 p.m.Wednesday, May 29.
By Kevin Thomas
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT
South San Francisco, San Bruno andRedwood City businesses are joining othersthroughout the Bay Area in donating a por-tion of their sales through June 30 to sup-port undocumented youth known asDREAMers through the “Reach The Dream”program. The fundraising campaign willhelp supplement the cost of applying forwork authorization under the Deferred Actionfor Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA.An estimated 60,000 DREAMers will ben-efit from the effort, as businesses pushtoward their goal to raise $50,000 duringthe campaign. The program is sponsored byTransnational Institute for GrassrootsResearch and Action, or TIGRI, in Oakland.TIGRI’s “Reach The Dream” program aimsto raise awareness about the DACAat a timewhen the immigration debate enters a cru-cial phase.TIGRI was established in 2005. It sup-ports immigrant families and believe instrengthening them economically. They’vebrought the conversation about Asian andLatino purchasing power, which is about $3billion in the past year, to the forefront.Regardless of the status, documented orundocumented, TIGRI believes that there aresmart economic choices individuals canmake. “Reach The Dream” is their first pub-lic statement saying that within immigrantcommunities we can support actual localsmall businesses that are supporting us.“This is our way of uplifting responsiblebusinesses in our community,” said LeoEsclamado of TIGRI. “We have sociallyresponsible standards to encourage businessowners.”One of the main barriers for immigrantsnot applying for the DACAis the cost of theapplication. Prices range from $400-$1,000 depending on an individual’s case.All applicants must be reviewed, and thecost can fluctuate if there is more than onechild in the home, and also if a person hasbeen in the United States for a certain periodof time. After President Obama announceddeferred action last year, TIGRI was one of the first groups to partner with legal clinicsand churches for an information session onDACAapplication preparation. It has alsodeveloped a project where house meetingsare arranged to discuss and encourage immi-grants to begin the application process.There is an ongoing fear within the immi-grant community to sign government issuedforms. TIGRI has also established TheDreamer Solidarity Network, which is amentorship program where individuals whohave already applied for or received docu-mentation can help those who haven’t.“Hopefully, this campaign will be a cata-lyst to support the national discussion,”said Esclamado. “The economic lives of immigrant families are tied to businesses.”TIGRI has gathered several businessesthroughout the Bay Area including El Patioin San Jose, Morocco’s Restaurant inMountain View, Patio Filipino in SanBruno, Café Gabriela in Oakland, Kadok’sin San Francisco, Fort McKinley Restaurantin South San Francisco, La Casita Chilangain Redwood City, Mezcal in San Jose, PastaPomodoro in Union City, Tribu Grill inUnion City, Pulutan in Daly City andSeafood City in Union City, Concord,Milpitas, Vallejo, San Jose and Sacramento.South San Francisco’s Fort McKinley willhost the Global South Street Food Fest onSunday, June 30.“I was once an immigrant that had a dreamand now that I’m living my dream, it’s timeto pay it forward and help other immigrantfamilies fulfill theirs,” Barry Picazzo, ownerof Fort McKinley, said in a prepared state-ment.
City unveils parking app
Redwood City motorists might find park-ing easier now that the city implemented apilot smartphone mapping system that letsthem find available spaces, rates and hoursin downtown lots and garages.The application “Parker” will be tested fora three-month trial period on approximately100 on-street spaces on Broadway betweenMain and Marshall streets, and on JeffersonAvenue between Middlefield Road andMarshall Street. The system uses informa-tion from sensors embedded in the parkingspaced that detect a vehicle’s presence.Parker also has a hands-free option.The free app is available at www.redwood-city.org/parking.
Businesses raise money for DREAMers
Local brief
 
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