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Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
Monday
Dec.2,2013
Vol XIII,Edition 91
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FOUR KILLED, MORE THAN 60 HURTIN CRASH
By Samantha Weigel
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
If you drive by the Vendome in downtownSan Mateo, you probably can’t tell many of its 16 residents were longtime neighborswho’d been living out of shopping cartsand sleeping on benches in the nearbystreets. The Vendome provides housing and casemanagement to help alleviate the problemsassociated with individuals who have beenchronically homeless. What started out as a pilot program, thesuccess of Vendome has inspired the countyto encourage similar facilities in othercities, said Sandra Council, senior manage-ment analyst for the city’s CommunityDevelopment Department.The high number of merchant com-plaints, police and emergency calls relatedto homeless individuals in downtownencouraged a collaborative of the county,city, nonprofit social service providers andthe InnVision Shelter Network to form theHomeless Outreach Team. In 2007, the Redevelopment Agency pur-chased the 100-year-old property at the cor-ner of Second Avenue and Claremont Street.With city, county, state and federal fundsremodeled the building, according to a staff report. Per state requirements, the city isnow transferring ownership to InnVision,
A home for the homeless
San Mateos Vendome addresses chronically homeless population
SAMANTHA WEIGEL/DAILY JOURNAL
Vendome resident Daniel Brown is overjoyed tohave access to a kitchen.
JERRY SCHNEIDER, PBA MEDIA RELATIONS
Billy Hardwick after he threw his ball downthe lane in the mid-1960s,early in his career.
Legendarydetermination
Billy Hardwick made hismark on Peninsula bowling
By Kenny Martin
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT
“I got a sense Billy Hardwick was a manwho, once he set his mind to something,would let nothing get in his way,” saidGianmarc Manzione, author of many bowl-ing articles. “When I finally met him in per-son, how rapidly he spoke and walked rein-forced this conception.”Billy Hardwick grew up on CasanovaDrive in San Mateo, just around the cornerfrom his best friend, Len Nicholson, andmere minutes away from Bel Mateo Bowl, aplace where Hardwick would spend count-less hours honing the skills that would oneday make him one of the greatest bowlers inhistory before he died of a heart attackSaturday, Nov. 16, 2013 at the age of 72.Nicholson was a junior at Hillsdale HighSchool when he met Billy, who was a yearyounger. Billy was very competitive, but hewasn’t very athletic. He tried out for thefootball team, and the coach put the 5-foot-
By Kenny Martin
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT
Built in 1957 by the San MateoInvestment Company, Bel Mateo Bowl isone of the few bowling alleys up and run-ning in the area. Located at 4330 OlympicAve. in San Mateo, Bel Mateo Bowl has 24lanes and has league play six days a week. Bel Mateo Bowl has survived while oth-ers have not is because it caters to thesocial aspect of the sport just as much as, if not more than, the competitive groups.The alley is also historic because it wasthe home center of Professional Bowler’sAssociation legend Billy Hardwick, whocompeted on tour in the 1960s and 1970sand is considered one of the all-time greatsof the sport. Hardwick died Nov. 16 at theage of 72.“I don’t know how to capture Hardwick ina sentence,” said Ray Mahaffay, a leaguebowler at Bel Mateo Bowl since 1980.“There was no one greater on the Peninsula,and there never will be.”Craig Gabriel, general manager of BelMateo Bowl for the previous five years,said the alley is home to 900 leaguebowlers and 300 senior bowlers, but thecenter is more known for hosting bowlingparties and being a hangout spot than aserious bowling establishment.“League bowlers don’t talk about whatwas shot, but rather they are more interest-ed in how their friends are doing,” Gabrielsaid. “The alley feels more like a home topeople. We’re located in a safe area, so it’sa good place to drop your kids off for anafternoon.”Mahaffay said he’s always meeting peo-ple at Bel Mateo, even people who normal-
Let the good times roll
Bel Mateo Bowl keeps bowling a social sport
KENNY MARTIN/DAILY JOURNAL
People bowling in the Augie’s Hi-Lo league Tuesday night at Bel Mateo Bowl.
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Hillsdale postponesshopping centerrenovation plans
Mall expansion halted forfurther economic review
By Michelle Durand
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Citing changing market conditions, theHillsdale Shopping Center in San Mateo iswithdrawing large-scale renovation plans thatincluded a new Target store, open-air food courtand luxury cinema.The center informed the city of San Mateolast week it was temporarily suspending itsapplication to replace Sears with a 174,000-square-foot, three-story Target; expand thebridge across 31st Avenue for an open-air food
City seeks releaseof autopsy photos
By Michelle Durand
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
The city of South San Francisco is takingthe county coroner to court over the autopsyphotos of a 15-year-old boy killed by apolice officer later cleared in the death butsued civilly along with the city and policechief.The city is petitioning Coroner RobertFoucrault to release the photos taken at hisautopsy arguing the condition of DerrickGaines’body at the time of death will helpillustrate his contact with Officer JoshuaCabillo and cause of death, according to courtdocuments. Ahearing is set for Dec. 19.
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Topless barber charged with unlicensed cosmetology
LONGMONT, Colo. — Awomanwho allegedly offered topless hair-styling services in northern Coloradofaces criminal charges. But police saythe problem isn't cutting hair withouta top. It's cutting hair without alicense.The Longmont Times-Call reports46-year old Suzette Hall was arrestedWednesday night on suspicion of prac-ticing cosmetology without a license.Hall's former partner says she adver-tised $45 topless haircuts online.According to the arrest warrant, theformer partner called police about thetopless styling because she "did notbelieve this was safe or proper."Police weren't able to turn up anyCraigslist ads.Hall's ex-husband told police she setup shop in Loveland and offered serv-ices as "Rebel Barber." He told policeshe applied for "a nude license for hair-stylists," but no such license exists.
Dog found under rubble nine days after Illinois tornado
WASHINGTON, Ill. — Asix-month-old pit bull that was buried under a pileof rubble for more than a week after atornado ripped through a centralIllinois city has been coaxed to free-dom with hot dogs and reunited withhis owner.Jacob Montgomery, a member of theIllinois National Guard, was separatedfrom the dog, Dexter, when the Nov.17 tornado destroyed his third-floorapartment in Washington.Montgomery combed through thewreckage multiple times but turned upno sign of Dexter.Nine days after the storm, a neigh-bor who was looking for his cat, alsomissing, with the help of a groupcalled Rescuing Animals in Need sentMontgomery a Facebook message totell him Dexter had been found partial-ly buried in debris where the apartmentbuilding used to stand."He said, `I've got your dog righthere,'" Montgomery recalled in astatement released by the IllinoisNational Guard. "As soon as Dextersaw me, his tail started going."The pooch was in relatively goodshape."The vet said he has no real injuries- just a few scrapes and cuts," saidMontgomery, who got Dexter as apuppy to keep him company when hemoved from Champaign. "He was mal-nourished, but he's going to be fine."The Washington tornado was part of a band of heavy storms that broughtrain, high winds and a rash of twistersto Illinois, and left seven people deadin its wake.Montgomery has been a militarypolice officer with the Illinois ArmyNational Guard for more than fiveyears and is trained to respond to emer-gencies. But he says he's never beenthe victim of such a disaster."All I had in my apartment is gone,but my dog was all I really had toworry about," he said.Montgomery is staying with afriend in nearby Peoria until he canfind a new home.
Russia outraged by giant Louis Vuitton suitcase
MOSCOW— Politicians didn't likeit, the public didn't like it, so thegigantic Louis Vuitton suitcase isbeing booted out of Red Square.The GUM department store on RedSquare, which is responsible for 30-feet (nine meters) high and 100-feet(30-meters) long construction, prom-ised in a statement released Wednesdaythat it would be dismantled.Politicians and public alike con-demned the exhibit, a stone's throwfrom the tomb of communist leaderVladimir Lenin. State news agenciesreported that the Kremlin had demand-ed the removal of the display.The construction is part of an exhi-bition called "The Soul of Travel,"marking Vuitton's 150th anniversaryand was to open on Dec. 2. LouisVuitton said the construction was acopy of a model owned by a Russiannoble, Prince Vladimir Orlov.
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Actress Lucy Liu is45.
This Day in HistoryThought for the Day
1859
Militant abolitionist John Brown washanged for his raid on Harpers Ferrythe previous October. Artist Georges-Pierre Seurat was born in Paris.
“Great minds have purposes;little mindshave wishes.Little minds are subdued by misfortunes;great minds rise above them.” 
— Washington Irving,American author (1783-1859)
Harry Reid,D-Nev.,is 74.Pop singer BritneySpears is 32.
Birthdays
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 The newest baby panda named “Bao Bao,born at the Smithsonian's National Zoo,was revealed Sunday in a ceremony celebrating the cub's first 100 days of life in Washington,D.C.
Monday: Partly cloudy. Highs around60. West winds 5 to 15 mph.Monday night: Cloudy. Aslight chanceof showers. Lows in the mid 40s.Northwest winds 15 to 20 mph. Chanceof showers 20 percent.Tuesday: Partly cloudy. Aslight chanceof showers in the morning. Highs in the lower 50s.Northwest winds around 20 mph. Gusts up to 35 mph inthe morning. Chance of showers 20 percent.Tuesday night: Mostly clear. Lows around 40.Wednesday through Friday night: Mostly clear. Highsin the upper 40s. Lows in the upper 30s.Saturday...Partly cloudy. Highs in the mid 50s.
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In 1804
, Napoleon crowned himself Emperor of theFrench.
In 1823
, President James Monroe outlined his doc-trine opposing European expansion in the WesternHemisphere.
In 1927
, Ford Motor Co. formally unveiled its secondModel Aautomobile, the successor to its Model T.
In 1939
, New York Municipal Airport-LaGuardia Field(later LaGuardia Airport) went into operation as an air-liner from Chicago landed at one minute past midnight.
In 1942
, an artificially created, self-sustainingnuclear chain reaction was demonstrated for the firsttime, at the University of Chicago.
In 1954
, the Senate voted to condemn WisconsinRepublican Joseph R. McCarthy for conduct that “tendsto bring the Senate into disrepute.”
In 1961
, Cuban leader Fidel Castro declared himself aMarxist-Leninist who would eventually lead Cuba toCommunism.
In 1969
, the Boeing 747 jumbo jet got its first publicpreview as 191 people, most of them reporters and pho-tographers, flew from Seattle to New York City.
In 1970
, the Environmental Protection Agency beganoperating under director William Ruckelshaus.
In 1980
, four American churchwomen were raped andmurdered outside San Salvador. (Five national guards-men were convicted in the killings.)
In 2001
, in one of the largest corporate bankruptciesin U.S. history, Enron filed for Chapter 11 protection.
In other news ...
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Former Attorney General Edwin Meese III is 82. ActressCathy Lee Crosby is 69. Movie director Penelope Spheerisis 68. Actor Ron Raines is 64. Country singer John WesleyRyles is 63. Actor Keith Szarabajka is 61. Actor Dan Butleris 59. Broadcast journalist Stone Phillips is 59. ActorDennis Christopher is 58. Actor Steven Bauer is 57. Countrysinger Joe Henry is 53. Rock musician Rick Savage (Def Leppard) is 53. Rock musician Nate Mendel (Foo Fighters) is45. Actress Suzy Nakamura is 45. Actress Rena Sofer is 45.Rock singer Jimi (cq) HaHa (Jimmie’s Chicken Shack) is 45.Rapper Treach (Naughty By Nature) is 43.
 
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. Avehicle was burglarized on the200 block of Broadway before 10:46 p.m.Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Arrest
. Aman was arrested for being in pos-session of a weapon at the intersection of ElCamino Real and Santa Inez Avenue before6:31 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26
Arrest
. Aman was arrested for being underthe influence of a controlled substance onthe first block of Murchison Avenue before7:20 a.m. Monday, Nov. 25..
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Vandalism
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Grand theft
. Copper wire was taken froman unlocked storage locker on the 100 blockof Main Street before 7:30 a.m. Friday, Nov.22.
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Aman entered a bar and asked strangersif he could have their drinks instead of buying his own on Broadway Street inRedwood City before 6:28 p.m.,Thursday, Nov. 21.
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he population of the United States in1941 was 121 million. The U.S. Armyand Navy existed in a state of slow-motion after World War I.Very little innovation in tactics or purchas-ing of modern equipment for the soldiers hadoccurred. Leadership was lost in a time warpand initiative was discouraged as rank in apeace time army was frozen. For the averagesoldier, life was nothing but drill, drill, drill. Agood overview of the state of the services wasdepicted in the popular and successful movie"From Here to Eternity.” Abook by GordonPrange, At Dawn We Slept — The Untold Storyof Pearl Harbor, indicates even less subtlywhat the United States was doing on Dec. 4,1941.At 6 a.m., Dec. 7, a mini-Japanese subma-rine was sunk by depth charges in the entranceof Pearl Harbor. The sub rolled over and sank.The incident was reported to thecommand post but no further actionwas taken.At 7 a.m., a mobile RADAR uniton the west coast of Hawaii wasoperating. The operator suddenlynoticed a number of what he thoughtwere airplanes moving from thewest to Hawaii. He alerted the com-mand post that the planes appearedto be 40 miles to the north and mov-ing fast toward the island. The offi-cer in charge thought a couple of seconds and then told the operatorto disregard the information as anumber of B17s from San Diegowere due in today and what he wasseeing was these planes (The B17swere coming east from the UnitedStates — San Diego. These planeswere coming at 180 mph and fromthe north).The Japanese were angry and hadbeen for a number of years. TheUnited States had instituted an oilembargo on Japan and restricted freetrade with them. Since 1931, Japanhad had designs on Manchuria andbegan enlarging their empire byengaging in a vicious war withManchuria. The United States want-ed Japan to cease action there and the
The day that was Dec. 7, 1941
PHOTO COURTESY OF THE SAN MATEO COUNTY HISTORY  MUSEUM
After the Dec.7,1941 sneak attack,the Peninsula prepared for a Japanese invasion.
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