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www.smdailyjournal.comFriday
 July 5,2013
Vol XII,Edition 276
ON LIFE SUPPORT
WORLD PAGE 8
 
SABINE LISICKI INWIMBLEDON FINAL
SPORTSPAGE 11
‘ME 2’ISZANY FUN
WEEKEND PAGE 19
NELSON MANDELA’S CONDITION CALLED‘PERILOUS’
Family Owned & Operated 
 Established: 1949
856 N. Delaware Street San Mateo650-348-3680
Rippin ’Tacos Mondo Burritos
WOW!
By Michelle Durand
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Dirty floors and animals drop-pings are still pretty good redflags a food establishment mightbe turning customers’stomachsbut San Mateo County health offi-cials are now taking a more holis-tic approach to food safety andfacility inspections.Are sick employees allowed towork? Is chicken thawed in a mopsink? How are decisions madewhether to toss food at the end of the night or let it stick around?Does everybody wash their hands— constantly?In a move away from the his-toric approach of visual inspec-tions, San Mateo CountyEnvironmental Health Servicesnow uses a risk-based system thatincludes how the food is preparedand that managers and workers areproperly educated on how to keepillness at bay.“We really like to follow thepath of the food from the backdoor and watch or have its pathexplained. How do they accept it?Are temperatures and conditionslogged? Does it go into the coolerimmediately? It’s the chance toidentify and help the facility iden-tify the possible links in thatchain of the food-borne process,”said Environmental HealthDirector Dean Peterson.The county began looking at achange about four to five years agowith plans to reduce the number of illnesses and about three years agoin earnest started making actualchanges based on the Food andDrug Administration’s own com-prehensive risk-based approach.The changes include placingfood establishments in one of three risk categories which eitherdecreases or increases the numberof annual inspections, adjusts feesfor those inspections and giveinspectors the chance to form bet-ter relationships with owners,Peterson said.The inspection fee adjustmentsbegan Jan. 1. Previously, any of the county’s 4,000-plus establish-ments paid the same amount andwere slated for unannouncedinspections the same number of times each year — a lofty three to
Food inspections revamped
 
Health officials taking a holistic approach to restaurant safety,cleanliness
See
FOOD
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23
By Heather Murtagh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Education in San Carlos in thecoming five years will includechanges ranging from spaces thatcan easily allow classes to take thelessons outside to project-basedlearning that prepares students touse technology while still sup-porting teamwork.The five-year strategic plan,which was recently approved bythe San Carlos School DistrictBoard of Trustees, is a guide for thevision of educating students.Since the district has mostly char-ter schools, it can be more flexiblein how it meets state and federalmandates. The updated plan coversnot only the vision for curriculumbut also support for teachers andfacilities.“We can do more,” said boardPresident Beth Hunkapiller.Hunkapiller stressed the flexi-bility in the plan — in terms of facilities and curriculum.Flexibility means being able topersonalize lesson plans to
San Carlos OKsfive-year vision
By David A. Egan
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT
An original Fiat Cinquecento500 is on the car lift and a coupleof Mercedes 300SLroadsters areparked in the front. AJaguarXK150 coupe is in the centermaking Burlingame Motors seemlike a vintage car museum.From the 1960s Batmobile toSteve McQueen’s 1972 300 SL,many rare classic cars have passedthrough the doors of BurlingameMotors. Anyone walking into theshop feels an “appreciation for thecraftsmanship of a bygone time,”said Burlingame Motors managerRene Wiegand.Wiegand, with the assistance of the other mechanics, has helpedshape the repair shop into one of the most successful classic carmaintenance and restorationshops for the last 14 years.Burlingame Motors is a family-runshop that has been around since1979 servicing some of the mostelegant vintage European cars onthe road. It is partnered withCalifornia Classics located rightacross the shop on Rollins Road just north of Broadway, whichdoes all the metal and paint work
Repair shop is like avintage car museum
HEATHER MURTAGH/DAILY JOURNAL
 Two young boys,above,ride along in a miniature version of a classic car matching the one behind,whichcarries state Sen.Jerry Hill,D-San Mateo,during the 75th annual Redwood City Fourth of July parade Thursdaymorning.Bottom left,Members of the Redwood City Council wave to onlookers during the parade..Clownsand more,bottom right,entertained the crowd.
Independence on display
 
School district makes templatefor future facilities,curriculum
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VISION
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See
CLASSICS
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Father jailed for fiery deaths
The San Gregorio father who pleadedno contest to involuntary manslaugh-ter in the 2004 arson-related deaths of his two young sons will serve approx-imately seven months in prisonbefore being freed, it was announcedthe week of July 5, 2008.Charles Edward Schuttloffel, Sr. 37,received a three-year sentence onThursday of that week on two counts of involuntary manslaughter over hisattorney’s protestationsthat he’d suffered andserved enough time already.Despite the multi-yearterm, Schuttloffel, Sr.,only had approximately seven monthsleft to serve. He became eligible forparole after serving 50 percent of hissentence and had accumulated substan-tial credit since his March 2007 arrest.Schuttloffel also received two yearsprison for a methamphetamine pos-session charge filed two years after thefire.
School negotiations locked
Salary negotiations between teach-ers and the Belmont-Redwood ShoresElementary School District the weekof July 5, 2008 reached a completestandstill — beginning the finalstages of contract negotiations.After months of negotiations, theadministration and teachers reached astalemate on salary in April 2008. Noprogress was made between the twosides resulting in a call for fact findingthat week. This mediation processbrought in an outsider who examinesthe district’s finances and considersthe claims of both sides before puttingforth a recommendation.
County Styrofoam ban begins
Styrofoam foodcontainers became athing of the past forcounty-operated foodoutlets the week of July 5,2008 when an ordinance outlawingpolystyrene took effect.The ordinance only governed opera-tions under the county’s control — theSan Mateo Event Center, the SanMateo Medical Center and associatedclinics and all government buildings.The ordinance prohibited countydepartments from buying and usingpolystyrene foam and solid disposablefood service products. The ordinancealso required the use of “biodegrad-able, compostable, reusable or recy-clable food service ware.”
Trauma center talks arise
Before the Palo Alto MedicalFoundation builds its hospital in SanCarlos, a Belmont councilman theweek of July 5, 2008 wanted to makesure it includes plans for the county’sfirst trauma center.Councilman Bill Dickenson askedthe rest of the Belmont City Councilto get behind his idea to push for atrauma center at the new hospital.San Mateo County, with four hospi-tals, does not have a designated trau-ma center for the severely injured.Critical patients are instead rushed toeither Stanford MedicalCenter or San FranciscoGeneral Hospital.Dickenson was not thefirst to suggest San Mateo Countyhave its own trauma center. The ideais raised every few years in variouscities, but county emergency medicalservice officials contend there arenot enough annual trauma cases tosustain such a center — and therequired personnel — within SanMateo County.San Francisco General Hospitalhas served as the Level 1 TraumaCenter for the north county since1998. Stanford Medical Centerserves as a Level 1 Trauma Center forthe south county. Nearly all critical-ly injured patients in San MateoCounty are either rushed via ambu-lance or airlifted to one of the twohospitals.
FOR THE RECORD2
Friday
 July 5,2013
THEDAILYJOURNAL
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Rapper RZA is 44.
This Day in HistoryThought for the Day
1687
Isaac Newton first published hisPrincipia Mathematica, a three-vol-ume work setting out his mathemati-cal principles of natural philosophy.
“Every year on your birthday,youget a chance to start new.” 
— Bay Area musician Sammy Hagar
Musician HueyLewis is 63.Actor Jason Dolleyis 22.
Birthdays
REUTERS
U.S.soldiers in the 101st Airborne Screaming Eagles attend a naturalization ceremony while celebrating Fourth of July at Bagramairbase,north of Kabul in Afghanistan Sunday.The soldiers are the Adopted Sons of San Mateo.
Friday:
Mostly cloudy. Highs in the mid60s. West winds 10 to 15 mph.
Friday night:
Mostly cloudy. Lows inthe lower 50s. Southwest winds 10 to 15mph.
Saturday:
Mostly cloudy. Highs in themid 60s. South winds 10 to 20mph...Becoming southwest 5 to 10 mphin the afternoon.
Saturday night:
Mostly cloudy. Lows in the lower 50s.Southwest winds 5 to 15 mph.
Sunday:
Mostly cloudy in the morning then becomingpartly cloudy. Highs in the mid 60s.
Sunday night through Tuesday night:
Partly cloudy.Lows in the lower 50s. Highs in the mid 60s.
Wednesday through Thursday:
Mostly cloudy.
Local Weather Forecast
(Answers tomorrow)CRACK KAYAK UPROOTUSEFULYesterday’sJumbles:Answer:The 4th of July caused sales at the fireworksstore to — SKYROCKETNow 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.
SKKOITGLIHBUPATENICTEE
©2013 Tribune Media Services, Inc.All Rights Reserved.
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Ans.here:
On this date:In 1811
, Venezuela became the first South American coun-try to declare independence from Spain.
In 1865
, William Booth founded the Salvation Army inLondon.
In 1912
, a collision between a passenger coach and afreight train near Wilpen, Pa., claimed 26 lives.
In 1935
, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed theNational Labor Relations Act.
In 1946
, the bikini, created by Louis Reard (ray-AHRD’),was worn by Micheline Bernardini during a poolside fashionshow in Paris.
In 1947
, Larry Doby made his debut with the ClevelandIndians, becoming the first black player in the AmericanLeague.
In 1948
, Britain’s National Health Service Act went intoeffect, providing government-financed medical and dental care.
In 1962
, independence took effect in Algeria; the sameday, civilians of European descent, mostly French, cameunder attack by extremists in the port city of Oran (reportsof the death toll vary from about a hundred to the thousands).
In 1971
, President Richard Nixon certified the 26thAmendment to the U.S. Constitution, which lowered theminimum voting age from 21 to 18.
In 1975
, Arthur Ashe became the first black man to win aWimbledon singles title as he defeated Jimmy Connors.
In 1984
, the Supreme Court weakened the 70-year-old“exclusionary rule,” deciding that evidence seized in goodfaith with defective court warrants could be used againstdefendants in criminal trials.
In 1991
, a worldwide financial scandal erupted as regulatorsin eight countries shut down the Bank of Credit andCommerce International.
Ten years ago:
President George W. Bush telephonedAfghan President Hamid Karzai to express condolences forthe deaths of Afghan civilians killed in a U.S. bombing fourdays earlier.Actress Shirley Knight is 77. Baseball Hall-of-Fame pitch-er Rich “Goose” Gossage is 62. Country musician CharlesVentre is 61. Singer-songwriter Marc Cohn is 54. ActorDorien Wilson is 51. Actress Edie Falco is 50. ActressKathryn Erbe is 48. Rhythm-and-blues singer Joe is 40. Rocksinger Jason Wade (Lifehouse) is 33. Actor Ryan Hansen is32. Country musician Dave Haywood (Lady Antebellum) is31. Rock musician Nick O’Malley (Arctic Monkeys) is 28.
Lotto
 The Daily Derby race winners are Money Bags ,No.11,in first place;Gorgeous George,No.8,insecond place;and Solid Gold,No.10,in thirdplace.The race time was clocked at 1:43.37.
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Friday
 July 5,2013
 THEDAILYJOURNAL
LOCAL
BELMONT
Suspicious circumstances.
Amanpulled up to a home and attempted to steal alawn mower on Ruth Avenue before 12:52p.m. Monday, June 24.
Suspicious person.
Aman wearing a bluehoodie and jeans was yelling profanitieswhile walking on El Camino Real before8:43 a.m. Monday, June 24.
Suspicious circumstances.
Aman wasreportedly taking pictures of a person andtheir mother at the intersection of Ralstonand Pullman avenues before 10:57 a.m.Sunday, June 23.
Drug offense.
Aman was arrested for drugactivity at the intersection of RalstonAvenue and Old County Road before 12:29a.m. Saturday, June 22.
FOSTER CITY 
Suspicious circumstances.
Someonereported hearing a pounding noise from nearhis garage on Williams Lane before 11:23p.m. Wednesday, June 26.
Warrant arrest.
Aman was arrested on twono bail warrants for probation violation onburglary charges at the intersection of Beach Park Boulevard and Egret Streetbefore 10:59 p.m. Wednesday, June 26.
SAN CARLOS
Arrest.
Aman was arrested for being underthe influence of a controlled substance onthe 1100 block of El Camino Real before2:03 p.m. Friday, June 28.
Drunk.
Aperson was detained for being drunkin public on the 1400 block of El CaminoReal before 12:40 a.m. Friday, June 28.
Drunk.
Aman was detained for publicintoxication on the 900 block of El CaminoReal before 1:51 p.m. Wednesday, June 26.
Citation.
Aman was cited for driving witha suspended license on Alameda de lasPulgas and Howard Avenue before 8:09 p.m.Tuesday, June 25.
Drunk in public.
Aperson was detainedfor being drunk in public on the 1200 blockof Eaton Avenue before 2:07 p.m. Tuesday,June 25.
MENLO PARK
DUI.
Aman was arrested for driving underthe influence after a hit and run at the inter-section of Marsh Road and Haven Avenuebefore 9:58 p.m. Monday, June 24.
Attempted burglary.
Someone attempted toenter a parking structure on the first block of Willow Road before 6:33 p.m. Sunday, June 23.
Drunk driver.
Aman was arrested for driv-ing drunk on the 300 block of MiddlefieldRoad before 12:48 a.m. Thursday, June 20.
REDWOOD CITY 
Disturbance.
People discharged fireworksat a man’s house after he asked them to stoplighting them on Nueva Avenue before12:17 p.m. Saturday, June 29.
Disturbance.
Awoman was in a verbalargument with someone she believed tohave stolen her prescription medication onEl Camino Real before 10:44 a.m. Saturday,June 29.
Arrest.
Aperson was arrested for beingdrunk and disorderly on Veterans Boulevardbefore 6:28 a.m. Saturday, June 29.
Arrest.
Aperson was arrested for beingdrunk and disorderly on Broadway before1:59 a.m. Saturday, June 29.
Arrest.
Aperson was arrested for drinkingand being loud on Linden Street before12:13 a.m. Saturday, June 29.
Disturbance.
Aperson reported their loudneighbors were lighting fireworks onGreenwood Lane before 12:10 a.m.Saturday, June 29.
Suspicious circumstances.
Amanattempted to get someone’s son into hisvehicle by offering him baseball cardsbefore being yelled away on VeterensBoulevard before 11:34 p.m. Wednesday,June 26.
Police reports
Bees,bees,bees!
Abeekeeper was asked to remove aswarm of bees on the 1200 block of Donnelly Avenue in Burlingame before12:20 p.m. Thursday, June 27.
GRACE YI
Maria Kushnareva celebrates the Fourth of July with a rock climb at Fun Day in San Mateo’sCentral Park.
Climbing on the Fourth

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