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www.smdailyjournal.comThursday
Nov.28,2013
Vol XIII,Edition 88
Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
By Carla K. Johnson
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
CHICAGO — The Obama administrationis delaying yet another aspect of the healthcare law, putting off until next Novemberthe launch of an online portal to the healthinsurance marketplace for small businesses.The move, announced Wednesday, wasneeded because repairs are still underway tothe troubled HealthCare.gov website, whichis the primary way for individuals to applyfor insurance, and that has priority, federalofficials said.In a conference call with reporters,administration officials said employers whowant to buy marketplace plans for theirworkers now will need to go through anagent, broker or insurance company thisyear, instead of using the government web-site. The administration said the plan willstill allow small businesses to buy cover-age but avoid slowing technical repairs tothe hobbled federal online site.Under the law, most small businesses donot have to provide coverage. But firmswith 50 or more employees face a mandateto offer insurance or risk fines from the gov-ernment in 2015.The HealthCare.gov site, where individu-als without employer-sponsored health carecan shop for insurance, is now smoothlyhandling 25,000 users at the same time andis on track to meet its goal of handling50,000 simultaneous users by Saturday, saidadministration spokeswoman JulieBataille. “We have a lot of work left to do inthe next few days,” she said.
More health care law delays
Health insurance marketplace for small businesses to launch next year
More than just atraditional meal
 Two cousins open their restaurant forfree Thanksgivingdinner in San Carlos
By Samantha Weigel
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Bridging the gap between cultures, sharing a meal andbeing thankful for what one has is a theme cousins Kemaland Ilker Kurt know well. They’re inviting the community to come and share a freeextensive Thanksgiving spread at their Spasso Ristoranteand Wine Bar in San Carlos today. “I think it’s a great thing to get families together. That’sthe reason we’re doing it, because a lot of the people thatcome don’t have family, don’t have money, and we want toshare with them,” Kemal Kurt said.Although they didn’t grow up celebrating Thanksgiving,there is a Turkish holiday that revolves around giving backand sharing food with those less fortunate, Ilker Kurt said.The desire to assist people who may not have relatives near-by or be able to afford food is a cross-cultural tradition, IlkerKurt said. The kitchen has been working overtime since Tuesdaypreparing 90 turkeys and enough stuffing, mashed potatoes
School molestation defendantsettles case for 27 years prison
By Michelle Durand
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
The man accused of molesting andsnatching a 9-year-old girl from a SanMateo school bathroom last fall and try-ing to photograph four young female stu-dents using the bathroom on a Daly Citycampus accepted a plea deal Wednesdaythat will send him to prison for morethan 27 years rather than potentiallylife.Bradley Mrozek, 26, pleaded no contest to one count of kidnapping, two counts of forcibly committing a lewd acton a child under 14 and one count of attempted child pornog-
Bradley Mrozek 
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TERU TAKAHASHI
 The Peninsula Youth Ballet will be performing The Nutcracker at the San Mateo Performing Arts Center 2 p.m.Nov.30,Dec.7 and Dec.8 and there is a 2 p.m.and 7 p.m.show on Dec.1.
By Samantha Weigel
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
To welcome in the holidays, the Peninsula Youth Balletwill open its fine-tuned presentation of The Nutcracker atthe newly redeveloped San Mateo Performing Arts CenterSaturday.About 109 dancers, including students ranging from 8 to18 years old and professionals, will participate in AyakoTakahashi’s rendition of the timeless ballet. Since the PYBcompany first began its festive performance in 1994, itschoreography has changed little by little each year until it
Holiday ballet performance
Local youth ballet company performs Nutcracker in San Mateo
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Teen hurt in alleged hate crime leaving hospital
OAKLAND — An 18-year-oldNorthern California boy who was seton fire on a public bus in what author-ities are calling a hate crime wasexpected to leave the hospital.Sasha Fleischman’s father, Karl,told KNTVin San Jose that his sonshould be home from St. FrancisMemorial Hospital in San Franciscoby Wednesday.Sasha suffered second and third-degree burns when the skirt he waswearing was set on fire earlier thismonth on a bus in Oakland. Prosecutors have charged 16-year-old Richard Thomas, of Oakland, as anadult with hate crimes in the attack.Police say Thomas told investigatorshe was homophobic.Sasha’s family and friends say Sashaidentifies as neither male nor female.Thomas’s attorney, William DuBois, has said his client is not homo-phobic and engaged in a prank thatwent wrong.
Space hosts busy Thanksgiving with launch,comet
FIRSTCOURSE:
Comet ISON, which was discovereda year ago, is making its first spinaround the sun and will come the clos-est to the super-hot solar surface at1:37 p.m. EST. It may take a few hoursbefore astronomers know if the cometsurvived its brush with the sun. If itsurvives, and maybe even if it doesn’t,people in the Northern Hemispherewill have a good chance of seeing thecomet — or its remains — in the firsttwo weeks of December just beforesunrise and after sunset. It won’t bevisible with the naked eye onThursday, but NASAhas a fleet of tele-scopes trained on ISON.
SECOND COURSE:
For the six people on board theInternational Space Station — includ-ing American astronauts MikeHopkins and Rick Mastracchio — it’stime for a traditional Thanksgivingfeast. But don’t expect them to becarving a succulent bird. In a videofrom space, the two astronauts showedoff their menu, all in small sealedpackets: irradiated smoked turkey,thermostabilized yams, cornbreaddressing, potatoes, freeze-driedasparagus, baked beans, bread, cob-bler and what Hopkins called hisfavorite dehydrated green bean casse-role. It comes with a view from spacethat is juicier than any turkey onEarth. “Though we miss our families,it’s great to be in space,” Hopkins saidfrom 260 miles above Earth in a tapedmessage.
DESSERT
:Residents of Florida’s Space Coastmay get to see a rocket thunderthrough the sky around dinner time if all goes well. Private firm SpaceX of Hawthorne, Calif., will try again tolaunch its Falcon-9 rocket between5:38 p.m. and 6:44 p.m. ESTfromCape Canaveral Air Station. The largerocket didn’t launch in a first attemptMonday because of a technical glitch.The rocket is carrying a 7,055-poundtelecommunications satellite for aLuxembourg firm. This is part of agrowing trend of newer rocket firms —SpaceX is headed by PayPal founderElon Musk — launching more andsigning up non-government cus-tomers, said Harvard astronomerJonathan McDowell, who catalogueslaunches worldwide.
Ruling on hot sauce factory raises job worries
IRWINDALE — Ajudge has ordered aplant that produces the popularSriracha chili sauce to stop emittingannoying odors in a ruling that leftsome nearby residents worried about apossible loss of jobs at the factory.Judge Robert H. O’Brien on Tuesdayruled in favor of the city of Irwindale,where Sriracha recently relocated, say-ing sauce maker Huy Fong Foods muststop any operations that could becausing the odors and make unspeci-fied changes to mitigate them.The company had no immediatecomment, but a few neighbors inter-viewed Wednesday dismissed the com-plaints and worried that jobs might belost if the plant is forced to close.
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Nov.28,2013
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Actor Ed Harris is63.
This Day in HistoryThought for the Day
1942
Nearly 500 people died in a fire thatdestroyed the Cocoanut Grove night-club in Boston.
“Great minds have  purposes;others have wishes.” 
— Washington Irving,American author (1783-1859)
“Late Show”orchestra leaderPaul Shaffer is 64.RapperChamillionaire is34.
Birthdays
REUTERS
A car drives past a wave breaking on Havana’s seafront boulevard ‘El Malecon,’Cuba.
Thanksgiving Day:
Mostly cloudy.Highs around 60. Southeast winds 5 to 10mph...Becoming west in the afternoon.
Thursday night:
Mostly cloudy in theevening then becoming partly cloudy.Lows in the upper 40s. Northwest windsaround 5 mph.
Friday
: Sunny. Highs around 60. Northwinds around 5 mph... Becoming southwest in the afternoon.
Local Weather Forecast
The article “New car sharing company opens shop inMillbrae” in the Nov. 26 edition of the Daily Journal needsclarification. FlightCar is still operating but had its specialuse permit revoked by the Millbrae City Council.
Clarification
In 1520
, Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan reachedthe Pacific Ocean after passing through the South Americanstrait that now bears his name.
In 1861
, the Confederate Congress admitted Missouri asthe 12th state of the Confederacy after Missouri’s disputedsecession from the Union.
In 1919, 
American-born Lady Astor was elected the firstfemale member of the British Parliament.
In 1922
, Captain Cyril Turner of the Royal Air Force gavethe first public skywriting exhibition, spelling out, “HelloUSA. Call Vanderbilt 7200” over New York’s Times Square;about 47,000 calls in less than three hours resulted.
In 1943, 
President Roosevelt, British Prime MinisterWinston Churchill and Soviet leader Josef Stalin began con-ferring in Tehran during World War II.
In 1961, 
President John F. Kennedy dedicated the originalpermanent headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agencyin Langley, Va. Ernie Davis of Syracuse University becamethe first African-American to be named winner of theHeisman Trophy.
In 1961
, Ernie Davis of Syracuse University became thefirst African-American football player to be named winner of the Heisman Trophy.
In 1964, 
the United States launched the space probeMariner 4 on a course to Mars.
In 1979
, an Air New Zealand DC-10 en route to the SouthPole crashed into a mountain in Antarctica, killing all 257people aboard.
In 1987, 
a South African Airways Boeing 747 crashed intothe Indian Ocean with the loss of all 159 people aboard.
In 2001, 
Officials recovered the body of CIAofficerJohnny “Mike” Spann from a prison compound in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan, after northern alliance rebels backedby U.S. airstrikes and special forces quelled an uprising byTaliban and al-Qaida prisoners.
In other news ...
(Answers tomorrow)DRAFTHYENASMOKER PULPITYesterday’sJumbles:Answer:The finale of the bowling tournament was soexciting that you could — HEAR APIN DROPNow 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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Recording executive Berry Gordy Jr. is 84. Former Sen.Gary Hart, D-Colo., is 77. Singer-songwriter Bruce Channelis 73. Singer Randy Newman is 70. CBS News correspondentSusan Spencer is 67. Movie director Joe Dante is 66. FormerNASAteacher in space Barbara Morgan is 62. Actress S.Epatha (eh-PAY’-thah) Merkerson is 61. Former HomelandSecurity Secretary Michael Chertoff is 60. Country singerKristine Arnold (Sweethearts of the Rodeo) is 57. Actor JuddNelson is 54. Movie director Alfonso Cuaron is 52. Rockmusician Matt Cameron is 51. Actress Jane Sibbett is 51.
Lotto
 The Daily Derby race winners are Big Ben,No.4,in first place;Lucky Charms,No.12,in secondplace;and Whirl Win,No.6,in third place.Therace time was clocked at 1:48.42.
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Thursday
Nov.28,2013
 THEDAILYJOURNAL
LOCAL
FOSTER CITY
Vandalism
. An unknown person smashed anoverhead light in a hall on Chess Drivebefore 2:34 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 24.
Animal calls.
Animal control picked up aninjured cat on East Hillsdale Boulevard before2:19 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23.
Public accident.
Abicyclists and a pedes-trian required assistance in an accident thatoccurred on Port Royal Avenue before 7:55a.m. Saturday, Nov. 23.
Suspicious person.
Police were called tocheck on a man who was trying to get into abuilding but he turned out to be a legitimatemoving company worker who got lost onBeach Park Boulevard before 11:51 a.m.Saturday, Nov. 23.
REDWOOD CITY
Burglary.
Abackpack containing paper-work was stolen from a vehicle on WalnutStreet via smashing a window before 7:24p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Disturbance
. Six people were loitering,drinking and breaking glass on Broadwaybefore 1:05 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Petty theft.
Awallet was stolen onMiddlefield Road before 11:26 a.m. Tuesday,Nov. 26.
Petty theft.
Aman stole beer on MainStreet before 9:36 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Vandalism
. Akiosk window was broken onBroadway before 9:03 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Police reports
What does that look like?
Aperson reported a woman in a whiteshirt appeared to be looking for herpimp on Broadway in Redwood Citybefore 12:25 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 17.
By Angela Swartz
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Two Burlingame High School sopho-mores want to help feed the less fortunatewith a program they started this summerthat gets girls involved in helping a partic-ular cause.Eleni Rally and Gracie Brand launchedtheir nonprofit Camp for a Cause in Augustraising more than $2,100 for their firstcause, Alzheimer’s disease research andcare. Their second camp, a Thanksgivingsession, began Sunday and runs until tomor-row. The cause this time is InnVisionShelter Network in San Mateo. The eightcampers, age 10-12, are baking bread forthe cause, learning and performing dancesand volunteering as a camp onThanksgiving morning to help prepare theThanksgiving meal. “Our idea for this organization was to cre-ate a way to do meaningful community serv-ice, and have fun while doing so,” theywrote in a statement. “We decided to gather agroup of campers to help us with our cause,by means of a common passion — dance.We knew that our first cause would beAlzheimer’s, in that we both have hadfriends and family suffer from or die fromthis disease.”The girls are starting out small and local,but hope to expand their work to help manyother causes that are important in the world. “We hope that we can raise awareness andteach others that doing charity and serviceis very fulfilling and fun too,” they wrote.What do the two like about running thecamp?“We love that we can dance and work withyoung girls, because it is always fun andexciting,” they wrote. “The campers get sointo learning the dances, performing andraising money, it is very touching. The workis all so worth it knowing that at the end of the day, we will have made a differencethrough our fundraising and volunteering.”For this Thanksgiving event, they hopeto raise close to $1,000. The camp is volun-teering at First Step for Families in SanMateo from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. onThanksgiving morning and they are donat-ing dozens of pumpkin bread loaves toShelter Network to give to its residents anddonors.Over summer vacation, the two girls planto have at least two weeks of camp, but thecauses they will be supporting are stillundetermined, as well as the dates.For more information or to make a dona-tion to their cause, visitcampsforacause.org. The camp will perform11 a.m. tomorrow at the Burlingame Avenuetrain station. Camp for a Cause baked morethan 100 loaves of homemade pumpkinbread. Sixty were donated to the VendomeHotel in San Mateo and the rest will be soldby the campers to raise money for theShelter Network.
Burlingame girls run nonprofit camp
Eleni Rally and Gracie Brand choose different cause each session
 
Eleni Rally,left,and Gracie Brand,right,deliver loaves of pumpkin bread to Healthcare for theHomeless case manager Alisha Carter.

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