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12/20/2013

 
www.smdailyjournal.com
Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
By Angela Swartz
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
As the San Mateo CountyCommunity College Districtawaits word on its accreditation, itis considering adopting a resolu-tion advocating for careful reviewof the community college accredi-tation agency and expressing“deep” concernfor the strainedrelationshipsbetween saidagency andmany colleges.BoardPresident KarenSchwarz saidshe wouldabsolutely vote in favor of the res-olution since she believes thereneeds to be more oversight of theagency. The district especiallybuckled down since City Collegeof San Francisco was told thissummer it will lose its accredita-tion in less than a year.“There’s a lot of questions beingasked about this agency,” shesaid. “It has all come to a boilingpoint. [City College] and a coupleother colleges have been unjustlysanctioned.”The Accrediting Commissionfor Community and JuniorColleges, the agency that certifiestwo-year colleges in the westernUnited States, recently visited thedistrict for an accreditationreview. Though there will be a dis-cussion at a meeting next Tuesdaynight about the resolution, noaction will be taken on the itemthen.The draft of the resolution statesthe troubled nature of the relation-ship between the agency and many
College district to seek review of accreditation agency
San Mateo County officials expressing ‘deep’concern over strained relationships
By Barbara Ortutay 
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
NEWYORK — Shares of Twitterwent on sale to the public for thefirst time Thursday, instantly leap-ing more than 70 percent abovetheir offering price in a dazzlingdebut that exceeded even WallStreet’s lofty hopes.By the closing bell, the socialnetwork that reinvented globalcommunication in 140-characterbursts was valued at $31 billion —nearly as much as Yahoo Inc., anInternet icon from another era, and just below Kraft Foods, the gro-cery conglomerate founded morethan a century ago.The stock’s sizzling perform-ance seemed to affirm the brightprospects for Internet companies,especially those focused onmobile users. And it could invitemore entrepreneurs to considerIPOs, which lost their luster afterFacebook’s first appearance on theNasdaq was marred by glitches.In Silicon Valley, the IPO pro-duced another crop of millionairesand billionaires, some of whomare sure to fund a new generation of startups.Twitter, which has never turned aprofit in the seven years since itwas founded, worked hard to tem-per expectations ahead of the IPO,but all that was swiftly forgotten
@Twitter#amazing
Debut for social network sitesends stock soaring 73 percent
By Samantha Weigel
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Shorebirds, songbirds, egrets,herons, hawks and vultures willtake center stage during this week-end’s first ever Raptorama to beginbirding season in Half Moon Bay. The Coastside Land Trust issponsoring this new extension of its annual birding workshops andencourages the public to come
Raptorama is here
Birder season begins in Half Moon Bay
Karen Schwarz
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RANDIE MARLOW 
Raptorama kicks off on Friday andruns through Sunday with indoorworkshops at Cameron’s Pub.
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By Angela Swartz
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Apopular downtown San Mateotea spot that serves up a variety of boba-based drinks is expanding toBurlingame Avenue in lateNovember.Tpumps, located on B Street,expanded to Irving Street in SanFrancisco this past summer and itsowner, Alex Su, decidedBurlingame would be a great newlocation to ease the San Mateostore’s long lines. “I feel terrible to make cus-tomers wait such a long time,” Su,40, said. “It’s a good location and
Burlingame Tpumps location brewing
 Third store in boba franchise that originated in San Mateo
 ANGELA SWARTZ/DAILY JOURNAL
Above
:Tpumps,which expanded to San Francisco this summer,will open a new shop in Burlingame at the endof November.
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:Vanessa Gray,a two-year employee of Tpumps,serves up samples of green tea in the SanMateo tea shop.
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WORLD PAGE 7
 
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WEEKEND JOURNAL PAGE 18
STANFORDHASA HUGE NIGHT
SPORTSPAGE 12
STRONGEST TYPHOON OF THE YEAR SLAMSPHILIPPINES
Friday
Nov.8,2013
Vol XII,Edition 71
 
FOR THE RECORD2
Friday
Nov.8,2013
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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.
Chef Gordon Ramsay is 47.
This Day in HistoryThought for the Day
1988
Vice President George H.W. Bush wonthe presidential election, defeatingMassachusetts Gov. MichaelDukakis.
“Man is born to live,not to prepare for life.” 
— Boris Pasternak,Russian author (1890-1960)
Singer BonnieRaitt is 64.Actress Tara Reid is38.
Birthdays
REUTERS
Horse riders perform with guns to celebrate the 38th anniversary of the now famous Green March on Wednesday near cityof Fes,Morocco.
Friday
: Partly cloudy in the morningthen becoming mostly cloudy. Highsaround 60. Northwest winds 5 to 15 mph.
Friday night:
Partly cloudy in theevening then becoming mostly cloudy.Lows in the upper 40s. Northwest winds 5to 10 mph.
Saturday
:Partly cloudy in the morningthen becoming sunny. Highs around 60. West winds around5 mph in the morning... Becoming light.
Saturday night
:Mostly clear. Lows in the upper 40s.West winds around 5 mph in the evening...Becoming light.
Sunday
: Sunny in the morning then becoming mostlycloudy. Highs in the mid 50s to lower 60s.
Sunday night through Tuesday:
Mostly cloudy. Lowsin the upper 40s. Highs in the upper 50s.
Local Weather Forecast
In 1889
, Montana became the 41st state.
In 1909
, the original Boston Opera House first opened witha performance of “La Gioconda” by Amilcare Ponchielli.
In 1913
, the play “Woyzeck,” by Georg Buchner, had itspremiere in Munich, Germany, more than six decades afterthe playwright’s death.
In 1923, 
Adolf Hitler launched his first attempt at seizingpower in Germany with a failed coup in Munich that came tobe known as the “Beer-Hall Putsch.”
In 1932
, New York Democratic Gov. Franklin D. Rooseveltdefeated incumbent Republican Herbert Hoover for the presi-dency.
In 1942
, Operation Torch, resulting in an Allied victory,began during World War II as U.S. and British forces landed inFrench North Africa.
In 1950, 
during the Korean War, the first jet plane battletook place as U.S. Air Force Lt. Russell J. Brown shot downa North Korean MiG-15.
In 1960
, Massachusetts Sen. John F. Kennedy defeated VicePresident Richard M. Nixon for the presidency.
In 1972, 
the premium cable TVnetwork HBO (Home BoxOffice) made its debut with a showing of the movie“Sometimes a Great Notion.”
In 1980, 
scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory inPasadena announced that the U.S. space probe Voyager 1 haddiscovered a 15th moon orbiting the planet Saturn.
In 1987
, 11 people were killed when an Irish RepublicanArmy bomb exploded as crowds gathered in Enniskillen,Northern Ireland, for a ceremony honoring Britain’s wardead.
In 1994
, midterm elections resulted in Republicans win-ning a majority in the Senate while at the same time gainingcontrol of the House for the first time in 40 years.
County budget facing more losses
The week of Nov. 8, 2008, SanMateo County was looking atapproximately $13 million more inbudget shortfalls than previouslyanticipated due to a mix of fewerproperty transfertaxes, the LehmanBrothers investmentloss and the overallstruggling financialatmosphere.“Obviously, there are not a lotof good things in the local economyin the last several months,” BudgetDirector Jim Sacco said at that week’smeeting of the county finance andoperations committee.The county ended fiscal year 2007-2008 with $309.3 million in discre-tionary general purpose revenue —approximately $3.8 million less thanmid-year projections.The shortfall was chalked up to$1.8 million less in property transfertaxes, $1.9 million in fewer interestearnings and $691,777 less statemandated cost reimbursements.Revenue, too, was looking like$915,000 below the anticipatedreduced budget and the LehmanBrothers loss hit the general fundwith a $11.8 million shortfall.
Historic moment hits home
The week of Nov. 8, 2008 held amoment many of the 150 peoplegathered in a downtown San Mateobar never thought they would see.There was a time when black SanMateo residents were denied homeloans in the 1950s or were dissuadedfrom buying in certain neighbor-hoods in the 1980s. For them, BarackObama’s presidential vic-tory was the latest chapterin an ongoing struggle forequality in the nation.“So many times we workhard, get a victory and thenstop. This is a celebration but tomor-row our work starts. Ask what can I doand what can we do together,” theRev. Larry Ellis told the crowd gath-ered at B St. Billiards.
Debt company sued formisleading customers
Many customers of Freedom DebtRelief actually incurred greater debtthrough late fees and collection law-suits because the San Mateo-basedfinancial services company purposelymisled consumers to get their busi-ness, San Mateo County prosecutorssaid the week of Nov. 8, 2008.The Consumer and EnvironmentalUnit of the District Attorney’s Office joined with the California Departmentof Corporation to sue Freedom DebtRelief, LLC, Freedom Financial net-work, LLC and company ownersAndrew Housser and Brad Stroh. Thelawsuit filed Oct. 30, 2008 in SanMateo County Superior Court claimsthe defendants engaged in unlawfulbusiness practices, including makingfalse or misleading statements toconsumers via the Internet and tele-phone to induce them to buy debtreduction services. The suit alsoclaims the company violated the statefinancial code by operating without abusiness license from theDepartment of Corporation.The business, located at1875 S. Grant St. in SanMateo, advertised havingapproximately $1 billion in debtunder management throughout theUnited States.
 Jobless rate bolts to 14-year high
The nation’s unemployment ratebolted to a 14-year high of 6.5 per-cent in October 2008 as another240,000 jobs were cut, far worse thaneconomists expected and stark proof the economy is deteriorating at analarmingly rapid pace, it was reportedthe week of Nov. 8, 2008.The new snapshot, released thatweek by the Labor Department,showed the crucial jobs market quick-ly eroding. The jobless rate zoomedto 6.5 percent in October 2008 from6.1 percent in September 2008,matching the rate in March 1994.
From the archives highlights stories origi-nally printed five years ago this week. Itappears in the Friday edition of the DailyJournal.
(Answers tomorrow)YOUNG WIPER SHROUD ABRUPTYesterday’sJumbles:Answer:If the archaeologist’s assistant didn’t improve,he’d — BE HISTORYNow arrange the circled letters to 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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©2013 Tribune Content Agency, LLCAll Rights Reserved.
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Actor Norman Lloyd is 99. CBS newsman Morley Safer is82. Singer-actress Bonnie Bramlett is 69. TVpersonalityMary Hart is 63. Former Playboy Enterprises chairman andchief executive Christie Hefner is 61. Actress Alfre Woodard is61. Singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones is 59. Author KazuoIshiguro is 59. Rock musician Porl Thompson (The Cure) is56. Singer-actor Leif Garrett is 52. Actress Courtney Thorne-Smith is 46. Actress Parker Posey is 45. Rock musicianJimmy Chaney is 44. Actress Roxana Zal is 44. Singer DianaKing is 43. Actor Gonzalo Menendez is 42. Actress GretchenMol is 40. Actor Matthew Rhys is 39.
Lotto
 The Daily Derby race winners are Money Bags,No.11,in first place;Hot Shot,No.3,in secondplace;and EUreka,No.7,in third place.The racetime was clocked at 1:43.10.
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Underthe influence of controlled sub-stance.
Aman was found sleeping in a vehi-cle and appeared to be under the influence of a controlled substance at Airport Street andCornell Avenue before 11:56 p.m.Wednesday, Nov. 6
Driving with a suspended license.
Aman was cited for driving with a suspendedlicense before 11 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6.
Vandalism
. The window of a car was bro-ken at the 500 block of Fourth Avenuebefore 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6.
Underthe influence.
Agroup of men thatwere under the influence of a controlled sub-stance were found loitering at the 600 blockof Church Street before 1:17 a.m.Wednesday, Nov. 6.
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
Petty theft.
Money was taken from a wal-let on a counter at Colombos Liquors onLinden Avenue before 7:54 p.m. Monday,Nov. 4.
Narcotics
. Four to five males were reported“smoking something that does not looklike cigarettes” at Smart and Final onKenwood Way before 4:38 p.m. Monday,Nov. 4.
Burglary
. Alaptop was stolen from a vehi-cle at Staples on Noor Avenue before 1:44p.m. Monday, Nov. 4.
Petty theft
. Alaptop was stolen from atrailer on El Camino Real before 10:16 a.m.Monday, Nov. 4.
Disturbance
. Aman brought three loosedogs on a campus and the dogs attacked theprincipal at Sunshine Gardens on MillerAvenue before 10:14 a.m. Monday, Nov. 4.
Police reports
Take a seat
Abench was stolen from a front porchon Alta Mesa Drive in South SanFrancisco before 4:17 p.m. Sunday,Nov. 3.
By Angela Swartz
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Lift, tone, burn is the motto for an exten-sion of a fitness craze being brought toBurlingame by Peninsula native AlyssaBothman this weekend.Pure Barre, which targets the hips,thighs, seat, abdominals and arms, com-bines dance techniques and fitness elementsfor a full-body workout concentrating onthe areas women struggle with the most.Clients utilize a ballet barre to performsmall isometric movements. Bothmantaught at Pure Barre in New York, then relo-cated to the Bay Area and brought Pure Barrewith her. “It’s important to take care of the bodyand live a healthy lifestyle,” said Bothman,who is the new studio’s owner and manager.“The workout satisfies me physically and ittargets the right areas all in an hour. You canalways make one hour a day for yourself andyou leave feeling accomplished.”Before teaching, Bothman began as aclient at Pure Barre, more than two years agoin New York City at the same time that shewas pursing professional dance. She saysshe herself participates on barre classes, asa student, seven days a week. Since movingback to California, she has taught in theMarina District in San Francisco, MarinCounty, Palo Alto and Los Altos. “My whole family is here,” she said.“They pulled me back home.”Doing contemporary dancing withAmalgamate Dance Company in New York,Bothman said it was an interesting transi-tion from college into the real world. Shelearned that dance is a short-lived career.“Dance wore me out,” she said. “It waspartly New York and partly that dancing is alot about who you know and I didn’t havemuch of a network in New York. It was diffi-cult to navigate and it took a toll on me. Ididn’t have anybody to lean on.”Bothman said she feels like she is exactlywhere she is supposed to be now though andis happy with the positive environmentshe’s found at Pure Barre.Bothman, who graduated from Santa ClaraUniversity in 2011 with degrees in financeand dance, is from Los Gatos. “I’ve always wanted to use that businesssense and creative side to me,” saidBothman, who lives in San Francisco.She also plans to teach at the studio aswell since she enjoys it so much.“What I love about teaching is theclients,” she said. “The workout suits alltypes of people. I taught a class with an 18-year-old and a 70-year-old. Clients seeresults after 10 classes and it’s amazing tosee the transformation.”The classes are community builders andshe feels very much part of the lives of herclients, Bothman said. “The best compliment is a client saying itwas the best hour of their day,” she said.Pure Barre, which first started in the base-ment of an office building in Birmingham,Mich. in 2001, became a franchise in 2009and has four studios in California.Burlingame will be the fifth when it opensthis coming Saturday.There are six all-new instructors, includ-ing Bothman’s older sister Ashton, at thestudio, plus Bothman. The Burlingamespace is about 2,200 square feet total, withthe studio taking up about 1,000 square feet.The location on Chapin Avenue is idealsince it is close enough to downtown forconvenience, but also a bit hidden andincludes a parking garage at the back,Bothman said. The studio is located at 1440 Chapin Ave.,Suite 100. To sign up for an introductorypre-opening deal of five weeks of classes for$100 visit purebarre.com/ca-burlingame.There is also limited space for free classeson Saturday, the studio’s opening day.
angela@smdailyjournal.com(650) 344-5200 ext. 105
New fitness studio coming to Burlingame
Pure Barre opens this Saturday with introductory specials
 
 ASHTON BOTHMAN
Alyssa Bothman is opening a Pure Barreexercise studio in Burlingame this weekend.

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