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www.smdailyjournal.comWednesday
Aug 10,2011
Vol XI,Edition 307
APPLE INC.SOARS
BUSINESS PAGE 10
DAYAK GETSHALLCALL
SPORTSPAGE 13
RIOTSCONTINUEACROSS BRITAIN
WORLD PAGE 31
 TECH GIANT BRIEFLY PASSES EXXON AS MOST VALUABLEU.S.COMPANY
By Bill Silverfarb
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
A 33-year-old Pacifica man stabbed todeath at a storage facility in San Mateo twomonths ago was likely killed in an act of self-defense,prosecutors said yesterday.Justin Lockwood was found dead by policeJune 7 at All-American Self Storage on EastThird Avenue and Detroit Drive at about 1:30p.m.“The only survivingwitness said it was self-defense and a weaponbelonging to the victimwas found on scene,”Deputy District AttorneyAl Giannini said yester-day. “There is no evidencesaying otherwise.”The defendant has alsosaid it was an act of self-defense,Giannini said.The District Attorney’s Office has notclosed the
le yet,however,to allow detec-tives in San Mateo more time to build a caseagainst the unnamed suspect.“We are continuing to collect evidence andare working with the district attorney to assessthis case,”San Mateo Police Chief SusanManheimer wrote in an email to the DailyJournal yesterday.But the evidence given to prosecutors so farhas been treated with skepticism,Gianninisaid.“The evidence seems to support the victimattacked the defendant and that he wasstabbed in self-defense. Regrettably,we arenot able to move forward with the case at thistime,Giannini said yesterday.San Mateo police said Lockwood and oth-ers had good reason to be at the storage facil-
Prosecutors say stabbing likely self-defense
Pacifica man killed at San Mateo storage facility two months ago
State taxprojectionoff$539M
By Don Thompson
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
SACRAMENTO — California tax rev-enue fell nearly $539 million below projec-tions last month,pushing the state closer toautomatic,mid-year budget cuts to schools,universities and social services,StateController John Chiang reported Tuesday.July’s personal income,sales and corpo-rate taxes were 10 percent below projec-tions. If revenue falls more than $1 billion below estimates,thebudget Gov. Jerry Brown signed earlier this summer calls foradditional spending cuts.“While we hope for better news in the months ahead,everydrop in revenues puts us closer to the drastic trigger cuts that
Fake PG&E contractorfaces additionalcharges
California closer to university,school and social service cuts
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT
A man previously convicted of contract-ing fraud is accused of six more counts of passing himself off as a PG&E af 
liateoffering contract work vouchers for allow-ing him to make energy conservationimprovements to their home.Instead of completing the work though,prosecutors say Michael Phong Nguyen,
By Erin Hurley 
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT
Choosing an Italian restaurant in downtown San Mateo isn’tas easy as it might sound. Customers have a variety of optionsto choose from for their Italian dining experience.Bella Mangiata,Ristorante Capellini,Acqua Pazza andOsteria Coppa are four options that have their own unique backstories and style of food.Bella Mangiata on Baldwin Avenue was opened in 1990 byowners Bilarddi Cartali and Danilo Fabbri. Fabbri has sincedied,but Cartali,46,is still the owner and chef. Cartali came
Four tastes of Italy
Downtown San Mateo offers a variety of Italian restaurants
 JustinLockwood
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 John Chiang
JD CRAYNE/DAILY JOURNAL
Top left
:Acqua Pazza,in downtown San Mateo,was opened in 2008 by three brothers from Naples.
Bottom left
:Tillio Rosano,co-owner of Acqua Pazza,serves wine to customers in the back wine cellar room.The house specialty is Mama Carmela’sgnocchi with tomato sauce,buffalo mozzarella cheese and fresh basil,second left bottom.
Bottom right:
Bilarddi Cartali,chef and owner of Bella Mangiata,laughs from his kitchen,in downtown San Mateo,as his brother Michelangelo Cartaliawaits an order to be up.
Top right:
Bilarddi enjoys popping out of his kitchen and socializing with the customers.BellaMangiata’s house specialty is rollini pasta rolled with prosciutto in a quattro formaggio sauce.
Below
:A view of Osteria Coppa,a restaurant opened just over a year ago by Julie and Paul Shenkman in San Mateo.
MichaelNguyen
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Aug 10,2011
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Actress RosannaArquette is 52.
This Day in HistoryInsideSnapshotThought for the Day
1861
Confederate forces routed Union troopsin the Battle of Wilson’s Creek inMissouri,the
rst major engagement of the Civil War to take place west of theMississippi River.
In 1680,
Pueblo Indians launched a successful revolt againstSpanish colonists in present-day New Mexico.
In 1792,
during the French Revolution,mobs in Paris attackedthe Tuileries Palace,where King Louis XVI resided. (The kingwas later arrested,put on trial for treason,and executed.)
In 1821,
Missouri became the 24th state.
In 1846,
President James K. Polk signed a measure establish-ing the Smithsonian Institution.
In 1874,
Herbert Clark Hoover,the 31st president of theUnited States,was born in West Branch,Iowa.
In 1921
,Franklin D. Roosevelt was stricken with polio at hissummer home on the Canadian island of Campobello.
In 1949,
the National Military Establishment was renamed theDepartment of Defense.
In 1969,
Leno and Rosemary LaBianca were murdered in theirLos Angeles home by members of Charles Manson’s cult,oneday after actress Sharon Tate and four other people were slain.
In 1991,
nine Buddhists were found slain at their temple out-side Phoenix,Ariz. (Two teen-agers were later arrested;Alessandro Garcia was sentenced to life in prison,whileJonathan Doody received 281 years.)
In 1993
,Ruth Bader Ginsburg was sworn in as the secondfemale justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Ten years ago:
Space shuttle Discovery roared into orbit on amission to deliver a fresh crew to the international space sta-tion.“It is easier to make a saintout of a libertine than out of a prig.”— George Santayana,Spanish-born philosopher (1863-1952)
Actor AntonioBanderas is 51.Actress JoAnnaGarcia is 32.
Birthdays
REUTERS
Participants of the Canal Parade dance as their boat makes its way throughthe canals as part of the gay pride parade in Amsterdam,Netherlands.
Solidersend-off 
With dignityand respect,Barack Obamahonors fallen
See page 18
Wall Street
Dow soars429 points onFed statement
See page 10
Wednesday
:Mostly cloudy in the morningthen becoming partly cloudy. Patchy fog inthe morning. Highs in the mid 60s. Southwinds 10 to 20 mph.
Wednesday night:
Partly cloudy in theevening then becoming mostly cloudy.Patchy fog after midnight. Lows in the mid50s. Southwest winds 10 to 20 mph.
Thursday
:Mostly cloudy in the morning then becoming part-ly cloudy. Patchy fog in the morning. Highs in the mid 60s.Southwest winds 5 to 15 mph.
“When it comes to just actually pullingthe trigger on the cuts,they (Democrats)are not going to be willing to do that....TheRepublicans are looking for reforms and theDemocrats are looking for revenues,and there’s a way to meet in the middle here.” 
— State Sen.Bob Huff 
“State tax projection off $539M,”see page 1
Local Weather ForecastLottoQuote of the Day
 The Daily Derby race winners are No.12 LuckyCharms in first place;No.1 Gold Rush in secondplace;and No.8 Gorgeous George in third place. The race time was clocked at 1:43.81.
Actress Rhonda Fleming is 88. Actor-director Tom Laughlin(“Billy Jack”) is 80. Singer Ronnie Spector is 68. Actor JamesReynolds is 65. Rock singer-musician Ian Anderson (JethroTull) is 64. Singer Patti Austin is 63. Country musician GeneJohnson (Diamond Rio) is 62. Actor Daniel Hugh Kelly is 59.Folk singer-songwriter Sam Baker is 57. Rock musician JonFarriss (INXS) is 50. Singer Julia Fordham is 49. Journalist-blogger Andrew Sullivan is 48. Singer Neneh Cherry is 47.Singer Aaron Hall is 47. Boxer Riddick Bowe is 44. Rhythm-and-blues singer Lorraine Pearson (Five Star) is 44. Singer-producer Michael Bivins is 43. Actor-writer Justin Theroux is40. Actress Angie Harmon is 39. Country singer JenniferHanson is 38. Rhythm-and-blues singer Nikki Bratcher(Divine) is 31. Actor Ryan Eggold is 27. Actor Lucas Till is 21.U.S. Treasury Secretary AlexanderHamilton (1757-1804) was shot andkilled in a duel on July 11,1804 by hispolitical rival Vice President AaronBurr (1756-1836). The duel took placein Weehawken,N.J.***President Andrew Jackson (1757-1845) killed a man in a duel in 1806.The man insulted his wife.***Dueling pistols became popular in themid-18th century. Sold in pairs,thesingle shot pistols had the sameappearance,reliability and accuracy.***Pete Maravich (1947-1988),known as“Pistol Pete”was inducted into theBasketball Hall of Fame in 1987.Maravich played on three NBA teams— the Atlanta Hawks,New Orleansand Utah Jazz and Boston Celtics —and was a five-time All-Star.***The Utah Jazz NBA team was original-ly based in New Orleans and named forthe city’s musical heritage.***The New Orleans Jazz team had theworst record in the NBA in the 1978-79 season,which was one of theirincentives for moving the team to SaltLake City,Utah.***Salt Lake City was founded in 1847.Do you know who founded the city?See answer at end.***One of the main supply and tradingpoints in the West for hopeful prospec-tors during the 1849 California GoldRush was in Salt Lake City.***The medals awarded to the winners of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt LakeCity were made entirely of metalmined in Utah. Each medal weighed1.25 pounds.***The Olympic torch is always lit inOlympia,Greece because it was thesite of the ancient Olympic games.***Croquet and tug-of-war were sports atthe 1900 Olympics in Paris.***The wire arches that the balls are hitthrough in croquet are called wickets.***Albert Parkhouse,an employee of theTimberlake Wire and NoveltyCompany in Jackson,Mich.,inventedthe wire coat hanger in 1903. He wasinspired after hearing complaints fromcoworkers about too few coat hooks.***The fur most commonly used for furcoats is mink,followed by fox.***Using chinchillas for their fur goesback to the 1500s. By the end of the19th century,chinchillas,native to theAndes Mountains in South America,became very rare.***Chinchillas have the highest fur densi-ty of any animal on earth. They have20,000 hairs per square centimeter.Their fur is so dense that fleas wouldsuffocate in it.***The original flea market began in 1885in Paris. Traders set up stalls in anorganized outdoor shopping area called“Le Marche aux Puces.Translated tothe “market of the fleas,the name wasa humorous reference to the fact thatsome of the used goods for sale werelikely flea-infested.***
 Answer 
:Brigham Young (1801-1877) founded Salt Lake City. He led mem-bers of the Church of Jesus Christ of  Latter-day Saints on a trek to escapereligious persecution. When theyarrived at Salt Lake Valley,Youngdecided to settle there and declared “This is the place.Utah has a state park called This is the Place StatePark. Young also founded theUniversity of Utah and organized the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
Know It All is by Kerry McArdle. It runs inthe weekend and Wednesday editions of theDaily Journal.
(Answers tomorrow)SWUNG PERKYLOADED SMOOCHYesterday’sJumbles:Answer:The stage performance of Jumble was a —PLAYON WORDSNow 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.
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SAN CARLOS
Burglary
. A burglary occurred on Maple Waybefore 4:39 p.m. Thursday,July 21.
Warrant arrest.
A 46-year-old San Carlosman was arrested on an outstanding warranton the 1000 block of Porto Marino Lanebefore 10:18 p.m. Thursday,July 21.
Grand theft.
A grand theft occurred on the1100 block of El Camino Real before 10:35a.m. Thursday,July 21.
Petty theft.
A petty theft occurred on the 200block of Shelford Avenue before 8:46 a.m.Thursday,July 21.
Unlicensed driver.
A 38-year-old RedwoodCity man was cited for being an unlicenseddriver on the intersection of Cedar Street andBrittan Avenue before 10:33 a.m. Wednesday,July 20.
Burglary
. An auto burglary occurred on the1100 block of Industrial Road before 7:46p.m. Monday,July 18.
SAN MATEO
Burglary
. A cellphone and wallet were takenwhen a car was broken into at the 24-HourFitness on the 500 block of South El CaminoReal before 9:40 p.m. Monday,Aug. 8.
Burglary
. A black car was broken into on the3100 block of South El Camino Real before2:14 p.m. Monday,Aug. 8.
Vandalism
. A car was vandalized on the 1500block of Kehoe Avenue before 3:05 p.m.Monday,Aug. 8.
Fraud
. A case of credit card fraud was report-ed on the 200 block of Sonora Drive before10:35 a.m. Monday,Aug. 8.
Theft
. Someone reported their wallet stolenon the 200 block of Aragon Boulevard before7:23 a.m. Monday,Aug. 8.
Theft
. A theft was reported on the 500 blockof South El Camino Real before 7:21 a.m.Monday,Aug. 8.
Threat
. A man threatened to beat up anotherman if he did not give him money on the 300block of Second Avenue before 12:49 p.m.Tuesday,July 26.
Burglary
. A residence was burglarized on the700 block of Laurel Avenue before 9:43 p.m.Monday,July 25.
Police report
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Bad neighbor
A neighbor took pictures through herwindow and gave “the middle
ngeronthe 1000 block of East Fifth Avenue inSan Mateo before 12:46 p.m. Thursday,July 7.
KORE CHAN/DAILY JOURNAL
Demolition began on Foster City Elementary’s LGI building yesterday morning as part of the school’s modernization project.In addition to a new LGI building,the school will also berestoring and redesigning many aspects of the campus.
DEMOLITION BEGINS

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