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Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
 June 21-22,2014
Vol XIII,Edition 264
By Michelle Durand
Low water levels and algae blooms due tothe statewide drought have canceled camp-ing for the entire season at Memorial Parkin Loma Mar.The Parks Department announced earlierthis month they were halting camping atthe park for the rest of June and on Fridaysaid it is extending the closure through therest of the season.The seasonwide stop at the 499-acre parkthrough October will cost the county$350,000, according to Parks DepartmentDirector Marlene Finley.Anyone with a camping reservationthrough July will be contacted with thechance to reschedule for the same dates andlength of stay in 2015 or a full refund.Pescadero Creek is the only water sourceto the park and while at the beginning of the season park staff thought it had a 20- to30-day supply based on normal patterns,the recent hot weather dropped the level fur-ther. The hotter temperatures also causedalgae to bloom. Both prompted the mid-June shut off of water to drinking fountains,showers and toilets. Park department staff spent the next weekmonitoring the creek and looking at waysto get water into Memorial Park but ulti-mately concluded shutting down camping
Memorial Park camping closed for entire season
San Mateo County Parks Department says there is not enough water
By Samantha Weigel
The battle to reopen Martin’s Beach to thepublic will proceed in Sacramento Tuesday,despite a near hostile leg-islative amendmentinduced by politicians’fear of using eminentdomain and alleged lob-bying efforts afforded bythe billionaire landown-er.The crescent-shapedstrip of coast just southof Half Moon Bay wascatapulted into the spot-light after venture capi-talist Vinod Khoslabought the coveted andsecluded cove in 2008 for$37.5 million andenraged environmentalactivists by quickly clos-ing it to the public.Concurrent efforts torestore Martin’s Beach tothe public include pending legislation pro-posed by state Sen. Jerry Hill, D-SanMateo, that would require Khosla to negoti-ate with the state or face eminent domain,and a civil case filed by the nonprofit
Access fight rages
Martin’s Beach at center of legislative efforts,state budget,pending court case
By Judy Lin
SACRAMENTO Gov. Jerry Brown onFriday signed California’s $108 billionbudget for the coming fiscal year that paysdown debt, builds a rainy-day fund and pro-vides additional money for schools andhealth care.Brown signed the budget in a crowded,sparsely furnished press room at San DiegoCity Hall, flanked by lawmakers includingAssembly Speaker Toni Atkins, a Democratfrom San Diego. “California is demon-strating that the majoritycan actually govern,unlike Washington,which is mired in grid-lock and partisanship andextreme polarization,”Brown said, adding thatDemocrats had “a lot of cooperation from theminority party as well.”Brown said the budget lowers debt,invests in public schools, shores up theteachers’pension fund and guards againstanother economic downturn. He said hedoesn’t anticipate tapping the rainy dayfund while in office.“It’s certainly going to be untouchable forthe next 4 1/2 years if the election turns outas I think it will,” he said, alluding to his re-election bid.Republican gubernatorial candidate NeelKashkari said Brown’s budget represents
Brown signs $108B state budget
 Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Stocks pushtoward newmilestones
By Steve Rothwell
NEWYORK — The U.S.stock market is back to set-ting records.After treading water formost of March and April,stocks are nudging deeper into record terri-tory and are closing in on milestones withlots of zeros attached to them. The DowJones industrial average is within 53 pointsof 17,000 while the Standard & Poor’s 500is just shy of 2,000 after rising 6 percent
Speier targets e-cigmarketing to minors
U.S. Rep. JackieSpeier, D-San Mateo,announced new proposedlegislation regulatingelectronic cigarettes at anews conference at SanFrancisco GeneralHospital Friday morn-
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Stocks managesmall gains;Dow,S&P 500 at records
Vinod Khosla Jerry Hill
 There is an effort on several fronts to reopen public access to Martins Beach just south of Half Moon Bay with the Assembly Judiciary Committee taking up a bill Tuesday that would forcea coastal landowner to negotiate with the State Lands Commission for access or allow the stateto use eminent domain to create an access road off Highway 1.
 June 21-22,2014
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Actress JulietteLewis is 41.
This Day in HistoryThought for the Day
Civil rights workers Michael H.Schwerner, Andrew Goodman andJames E. Chaney were slain inPhiladelphia, Mississippi; their bod-ies were found buried in an earthendam six weeks later.
“It is only on paper that one moralizes — just where one shouldn’t.” 
— Richard Le Gallienne,English poet and essayist (1866-1947)
Writer-directorLana Wachowski is49.Britain’s PrinceWilliam is 32.
Members of the Sheriff’s Office and other area police departments ran the Special Olympics torch through San MateoCounty from Redwood City to the San Francisco County line on Friday.The Sheriff’s Office team was all female and includedmembers of all ranks from assistant sheriff down to civilian staff.
Cloudy in the morning thenbecoming partly cloudy. Patchy fog inthe morning. Highs in the lower 60s.West winds 5 to 15 mph.
Saturday night:
Mostly clear in theevening then becoming mostly cloudy.Patchy fog after midnight. Lows around50. West winds 5 to 15 mph.
: Mostly cloudy in the morning then becomingpartly cloudy. Patchy fog in the morning. Highs in thelower 60s. West winds 5 to 10 mph.
Sunday night
: Partly cloudy in the evening then becom-ing mostly cloudy. Lows around 50. West winds 5 to 15mph.
: Mostly cloudy in the morning then becomingpartly cloudy. Highs in the mid 60s.
Local Weather Forecast
In 1788, 
the United States Constitution went into effect asNew Hampshire became the ninth state to ratify it.
In 1834
, Cyrus Hall McCormick received a patent for hisreaping machine.
In 1913
, Georgia “Tiny” Broadwick became the firstwoman to parachute from an airplane as she jumped over LosAngeles.
In 1932, 
heavyweight Max Schmeling lost a title fightrematch in New York by decision to Jack Sharkey, prompt-ing Schmeling’s manager, Joe Jacobs, to exclaim: “We wasrobbed!”
In 1942, 
German forces led by Generaloberst (ColonelGeneral) Erwin Rommel captured the Libyan city of Tobrukduring World War II. (Following his victory, Rommel waspromoted to Field Marshal; Tobruk was retaken by the Alliesin November 1942.)
In 1943, 
Army nurse Lt. Edith Greenwood became the firstwoman to receive the Soldier’s Medal for showing heroismduring a fire at a military hospital in Yuma, Arizona.
In 1955,
the David Lean movie “Summertime” starringKatharine Hepburn and Rossano Brazzi opened in New York.
In 1963
, Cardinal Giovanni Battista Montini was chosenduring a conclave of his fellow cardinals to succeed the latePope John XXIII; the new pope took the name Paul VI.
In 1964
, Jim Bunning of the Philadelphia Phillies pitcheda perfect game, 6-0, against the New York Mets at SheaStadium; it was the first “perfecto” in the National Leaguesince 1880.
In 1973, 
the U.S. Supreme Court, in Miller v. California,ruled that states may ban materials found to be obsceneaccording to local standards.
live oil is made only fromgreen olives. Nearly the entireproduction of green olivesgrown in Italy is converted intoolive oil.***Atypical lightning bolt is only 2 to4 inches wide, but 2 miles long.Most forest fires are caused by light-ning.***During the Civil War, soldiers fromboth sides carried a “housewife,”which was a small sewing kit.***Do you know who wore the scarletletter in Nathaniel Hawthorne’snovel “The Scarlet Letter?” What wasthe letter and what did it stand for?See answer at end.***Atennis racket that measures 95square inches has a standard stringpattern of 16 strings down and 18strings across.***The first athlete in any sport to earnmore than $100,000 in a single sea-son was tennis great Billie JeanKing. That was in 1971. In 2002,tennis player Serena Williams earned$3.9 million in winnings. She set anew record for winnings for femaletennis players.***The first credit card in theUnited States was created byDiners Club in 1950. Thecard was used by 200 cus-tomers who could use it at 27restaurants in New York. Thedays of “cash and carry” werereally over with the establish-ment of standards for the mag-netic strip in 1970.***The comic strip characterOlive Oyl was created beforePopeye. In the late 1920s,Olive was the star of ThimbleTheater, E.C. Segar’s dailycomic strip that revolved aroundthe Oyl family. Thimble Theaterran in 600 newspapers. Olive hada brother named Castor Oyland her boyfriend wasHam Gravy.***Agrasshopper can jump80 times its own length.***The state of Alaska’s coastlineextends more than 6,600 miles, mak-ing it longer than the entire coast-line of the contiguous 48 states inthe United States.***The maiden voyage of the Titanic wason April 10, 1912. It sunk five dayslater. The present location of theship is 1,000 miles due east of Boston, Massachusetts, and 375miles southeast of St. John’s,Newfoundland, at a depth of 12,500feet.***In 1954, Trix breakfast cereal wasintroduced by General Mills.The new cereal contained46.6 percent sugar and was ahuge hit with kids. The orig-inal flavors were orange,lemon and cherry. They alltaste like sugar.***The word “listen”contains the same let-ters as the word “silent.”***
: Hester Prynne had towear the letter Afor commit-ting adultery. She had anaffair with a Puritan min-ister named  Dimmesdale, afterwhich she gave birthto a baby named Pearl. The novel was published in 1850.
Know It All is by Kerry McArdle. It runs inthe weekend and Wednesday editions of the Daily Journal. Questions? Comments?Email knowitall(at)smdailyjournal.com orcall 344-5200 ext. 114.
(Answers Monday)WINCE GIDDYEXPERTCAMERAYesterday’sJumbles:Answer:She planned to work in her garden until she —GREW TIREDNow arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, assuggested by the above cartoon.
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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 The Daily Derby race winners are Winning Spirit,No.9,in first place;Gold Rush,No.1,in secondplace;and Solid Gold,No.10,in third place.Therace time was clocked at 1:44.49.
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Composer Lalo Schifrin is 82. Actor Bernie Kopell is 81.Actor Monte Markham is 79. Songwriter Don Black is 76.Actress Mariette Hartley is 74. Comedian Joe Flaherty is 73.Rock singer-musician Ray Davies (The Kinks) is 70. ActressMeredith Baxter is 67. Actor Michael Gross is 67. Rock musi-cian Joe Molland (Badfinger) is 67. Rock musician Don Airey(Deep Purple) is 66. Country singer Leon Everette is 66. Rockmusician Joey Kramer (Aerosmith) is 64. Rock musician NilsLofgren is 63. Actress Robyn Douglass is 61. Actor LeighMcCloskey is 59. Cartoonist Berke Breathed is 57.
 June 21-22,2014
. Police responded to a report of atheft from a vehicle at the first block of Rollins Road before 11:25 p.m. Wednesday,June 18.
. Awoman was found to be in posses-sion of a controlled substance and wasarrested at El Camino Real and MillbraeAvenue before 10:22 a.m. Wednesday June16.
. Aperson was cited for driving underthe influence at Magnolia Avenue andMeadow Glen Avenue before 2:45 a.m.Saturday, June 14.
. Police responded to a report of ashoplifter on the 600 block of Broadwaybefore 4:01 p.m. Thursday, June 12.
. Aresident reported a con-struction crew sprayed concrete on her vehi-cle at Chapin Avenue and El Camino Realbefore 4:04 p.m. Wednesday, June 18.
Suspicious circumstances.
Aresidentreported someone rang his doorbell and setoff stink bombs on Albemarle Way before4:53 p.m. Monday, June 16.
Suspicious person.
Awoman was report-ed for throwing sunflower seeds out of herparked car on Bellevue Avenue before 2:49p.m. Monday, June 16.
Police reports
He can really cut a rug
Aresident complained about his neigh-bor’s carpet installer cutting carpet infront of his home on the 1200 block of Drake Avenue in Burlingame before5:50 p.m. Tuesday, June 17.
The former Daly City church usher accusedof inappropriately touching two younggirls on separate occasions accepted a pleadeal Friday to avoid trial on charges thatcould have sent him to prison for life.Julian Lopez, 69, originally faced fourcounts of molestation but pleaded no con-test to two counts of lewd and lasciviousacts on a child under 14 in return for a flateight-year prison term. He also admittedusing force and committing a violentfelony.Lopez will be formally sentenced July 25after a report is compiled on his likelihoodto reoffend. As part of his sentence, Lopezwill also be required to register as a sexoffender for life. In 2008, Lopez servedat Ministerio Mundial inDaly City when a teensays that, when she was10, he approached herupstairs where she wasdoing homework andboth kissed and fondledher. The girl said Lopezthreatened to harm herparents if she told but she informed hermother who contacted the church pastor.The pastor called a church meeting at whichLopez reportedly confessed and asked for-giveness from some members of the congre-gation, according to prosecutors.Lopez was removed as an usher but not thechurch.The alleged victim brought the accusa-tions to police now after having troubleattending the same church as her allegedabuser, according to the District Attorney’sOffice.After the teen came forward, further policeinvestigation led to another reported victimwho said around the same time in 2008,when she was 13, Lopez also grabbed hertwice and touched her inappropriately.The multiple victim allegation is whatleft Lopez originally facing a potential lifesentence. Lopez is in custody without bail pendinghis sentencing hearing.
Former church ushersettles molestation case
San Mateo County and Walgreens areteaming up to offer free HIVtesting at thestore’s downtown San Mateo location tosupport National HIVTesting Day.Joining 140 cities nationwide offeringfree testing days, the county effort will offerfree and confidential tests June 26-28.San Mateo County Health System recent-ly launched its “San Mateo County GreaterThan AIDS” campaign to promote HIVtest-ing, raise awareness and reduce the stigma.“The epidemic in San Mateo County islargely hidden, which makes it challengingto reach and educate those most in need,”Darryl Lampkin, prevention coordinator forthe county STD/HIVprogram, said in anannouncement of the testing. The latest data reports 1,424 people liv-ing with HIVin San Mateo County, and 67percent of those have AIDS. Of those infect-ed in San Mateo County, 17 percent areblack although only about 3 percent of res-idents are that ethnicity. Tests are 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, June26 and Friday, June 27 and from 10 a.m. to 2p.m. Saturday, June 28. All tests are atWalgreens on 191 E. Third Ave. in SanMateo.
County offering free HIV testing
 Julian Lopez
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California,Amtrak end  joint high-speed train bid
SACRAMENTO — Amtrak and theCalifornia High-Speed Rail Authority saidFriday that they canceled a joint agreementseeking companies to build high-speedtrains for them, a proposal billed as a way tosave money and lure advanced train manu-facturing to the United States.The agencies said their needs are too dif-ferent and manufacturers are not yet ready tobuild trains that can run on both Amtrak’s100-year-old rail lines and the high-speedcorridors planned for California’s system.The joint proposal announced in Januarycalled for bids by mid-May on up to 28 elec-tric-powered train sets with 400-450 seatseach for Amtrak and 15 train sets with a min-imum of 450 seats for high-speed rail. Thenumber of cars per train would be up to bid-ders to propose.It became clear in meetings with manufac-turers during the last few weeks that therequirements were too different to incorpo-rate into one set of trains, said Lisa-MarieAlley, a spokeswoman for high-speed rail.
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