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Belmont draws nearer to final long-range plans
Balancing housing and jobs top residents’ concerns as city plans take shape
By Anna Schuessler to weigh in on updates to the city’s devel- development standards for a more central- draft environmental assessment as possible
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF opment standards and zoning, Tuesday’s ized downtown, as well as zoning for before Friday’s deadline for the public com-
meeting came toward the end of a 45-day stretches of El Camino Real and areas east ment period.
How a new set of long-range plans can window for the public to comment on a draft of Highway 101 where new development is “We are looking to listen tonight,” he
help Belmont achieve a balance between environmental assessment of the new expected in the coming years. The plan said at Tuesday’s meeting. “We are looking
new housing and jobs, make way for recre- polices. updates are also accompanied by a climate to hear what the public has to say about the
ation and improve the look and feel of the The draft environmental review released action plan aimed at reducing the city’s draft [environmental impact report].”
city’s downtown were among priorities June 30 sought to estimate the effects of greenhouse gas emissions. He said city officials would spend
weighed by residents at Tuesday’s Planning several proposed changes, including the Community Development Director Carlos September incorporating feedback gathered
Commission meeting. city’s first General Plan update in 35 years. de Melo said city officials are hoping to get from residents as they draft final plan docu-
One of several opportunities for residents The report also covers new rules setting as much feedback from the public on the
See BELMONT, Page 18

Races set
in county
elections
Filing deadline closes as
local candidates seek spots
on councils, school boards
By Samantha Weigel
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

It’s official — the doors have closed and San Mateo
ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL County candidates are gearing up to race toward November.
Kathleen Barber, training director at the San Mateo County Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Center in San Carlos, With a number of incumbents opting not to seek re-elec-
has collected bins of wiring and plastic and metal fixtures previously used to install electricity in buildings. She uses them to tion this year, the filing deadline for several races remained
train new electricians who are getting up to speed on new technology and older equipment in the center’s five-year open until 5 p.m. Wednesday.
apprenticeship program. Below: Displays of old and new electrical fixtures and equipment help electricians-in-training Over the last five days a handful of new people signed on
understand how the equipment they are working on operates. to run for various position while one potential candidate
withdrew his application.

Back to the basics Voters in San Mateo, Burlingame and San Bruno will be
See ELECTIONS, Page 19

Training aspiring electricians to meet demands of changing industry
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Cops patrol Highway 1
Standing at the helm of a classroom full of computer mon-
itors, switchboards and bins full of adaptors, it’s as if elec-
in safety enforcement
trician instructor Kathleen Barber is at the intersection of CHP, Sheriff’s Office warn against distracted driving
the electrical industry’s past and present. By Samantha Weigel
As training director of the San Mateo County Electrical DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Joint Apprenticeship and Training Center in San Carlos for
the past 15 years, Barber spends much of her time thinking As drivers across the Bay Area continue to head west for a
about how to bring aspiring electricians in contact with the final summer weekend at the beach, the California Highway
old and the new as they face building modern projects as Patrol and San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office will be look-
well as renovations of older structures. ing to keep motorists safe.

See BASICS, Page 20 See SAFETY, Page 18
2 Thursday • Aug. 17, 2017 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day
“There are two ways of spreading light: to
be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it.”
— Edith Wharton, American author

This Day in History
Robert Fulton’s North River

1807 Steamboat began heading up the
Hudson River on its successful round
trip between New York and Albany.
In 1 8 6 3 , Federal batteries and ships began bombarding
Fort Sumter in Charleston harbor during the Civil War, but
the Confederates managed to hold on despite several days of
pounding.
In 1 9 1 5 , a mob in Cobb County, Georgia, lynched Jewish
businessman Leo Frank, 31, whose death sentence for the
murder of 13-year-old Mary Phagan had been commuted to
life imprisonment. (Frank, who’d maintained his inno-
cence, was pardoned by the state of Georgia in 1986.)
In 1 9 4 3 , the Allied conquest of Sicily during World War II
was completed as U.S. and British forces entered Messina.
In 1 9 4 5 , Indonesian nationalists declared their independ-
ence from the Netherlands. The George Orwell novel
“Animal Farm,” an allegorical satire of Soviet Communism,
was first published in London by Martin Secker & Warburg.
In 1 9 6 2 , East German border guards shot and killed 18-
year-old Peter Fechter, who had attempted to cross the
Berlin Wall into the western sector. REUTERS
In 1 9 6 9 , Hurricane Camille slammed into the Mississippi A man wields a stick as his flock of domesticated pigeons fly atop the roof of his house in Nangarhar province, Afghanistan.
coast as a Category 5 storm that was blamed for 256 U.S.
deaths, three in Cuba.
In 1 9 7 8 , the first successful trans-Atlantic balloon flight In other news ...
ended as Maxie Anderson, Ben Abruzzo and Larry Newman tract infection and conjunctivitis.
landed their Double Eagle II outside Paris.
Police catch pet iguana Woman gets OK for license
In a statement, the Associated
In 1 9 8 2 , the first commercially produced compact discs, a on the run that nips cyclist Humane Society thanked the public for
plate inspired by ‘covfefe’ tweet
recording of ABBA’s “The Visitors,” were pressed at a RYE, N.H. — Police in New their outpouring of support. The shel- CORTLAND, Ohio — Ohio officials
Philips factory near Hanover, West Germany. Hampshire had their hands full after a ter said Mabel’s story was “humbling.” have granted a woman’s request to have
In 1 9 8 5 , more than 1,400 meatpackers walked off the job pet iguana got loose and bit a cyclist. Staffers said they considered them- President Donald Trump’s mysterious
at the Geo. A. Hormel and Co.’s main plant in Austin, Officers responded after the cyclist selves lucky for the opportunity to tweeted typo, “covfefe,” on her license
Minnesota, in a bitter strike that lasted just over a year. tried lassoing the roaming reptile with show the dog love and compassion. plate.
a leash Monday morning in Rye. Brittany Scott tells The Columbus
Birthdays Police safely caught the iguana and Defying egg scare, Belgian
found its owner by posting on social
Dispatch in May she saw a Twitter post
by Trump that read: “Despite the con-
media.
town makes giant omelet stant negative press covfefe.”
The 10-year-old iguana, whose name MALMEDY, Belgium — Defying The 29-year-old Cortland woman
is Mr. Jingles, was reunited with its rain and a tainted egg scandal that has says she wrote in her application that
owner Brenda Schultz, who tells shaken European consumers, a Belgian her request stemmed from a tweet from
WMUR-TV she’s grateful someone saw town has turned nearly 10,000 eggs the 45th president of the United States,
her pet after he slipped out of a hole in into a giant omelet for the whole com- and the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles
a window screen. munity. approved it. Scott says she hasn’t
The cyclist who tried corralling Mr. Cooks and volunteers whipped up the received any complaints online or from
Jingles wasn’t seriously hurt. massive concoction Tuesday using fellow motorists.
Actor Robert Actor Sean Penn is Singer Donnie Police say no charges will be filed enormous wooden utensils, an over-
DeNiro is 74. 57. Wahlberg is 48. against the owner. sized and oiled pan, bacon and green PETA’s ‘Lettuce ladies’ promote
Former Chinese president Jiang Zemin is 91. Author V.S. Abandoned dog found onions. They then distributed it to a vegan eating in Romania
hungry public.
Naipaul is 85. Former MLB All-Star Boog Powell is 76.Movie BUCHAREST, Romania — The
director Martha Coolidge is 71. Rock musician Gary Talley buried in mud dies at shelter It’s an annual event in the town of People for the Ethical Treatment of
(The Box Tops) is 70. Actor-screenwriter-producer Julian FORKED RIVER, N.J. — An aban- Malmedy that took on greater meaning Animals group is promoting a vegan
Fellowes is 68. Actor Robert Joy is 66. International Tennis doned dog that was rescued after being this year, as several European countries lifestyle in the Romanian capital with
Hall of Famer Guillermo Vilas is 65. Rock singer Kevin found buried up to its neck in mud has have reported receiving eggs or egg its ambassadors known as the “Lettuce
products contaminated by a pesticide.
Rowland (Dexy’s Midnight Runners) is 64. Rock musician died at a New Jersey shelter. Ladies.”
Colin Moulding (XTC) is 62. Country singer-songwriter NJ.com reports the dog named Mabel Several Dutch and Belgian poultry Two young women dressed in bikinis
Kevin Welch is 62. Olympic gold medal figure skater Robin who was taken in by the Associated producers are under investigation, adorned with bright green leaves hand-
Cousins is 60. Singer Belinda Carlisle is 59. Author Jonathan Humane Society died at the organiza- though no one has fallen ill from the ed out vegan sandwiches in Bucharest
Franzen is 58. Jazz musician Everette Harp is 56. Rock musi- tion’s Popcorn Park Shelter in Forked eggs and health risk is considered low. on Monday. They carried signs in
cian Gilby Clarke is 55. Singer Maria McKee is 53. Rock River. Omelet event co-founder Benedicte Romanian and English saying: “Start
musician Steve Gorman (The Black Crowes) is 52. Rock musi- The dog was found Aug. 4 in an area Mathy says organizers verified the Fresh: Go Vegan.” They attracted atten-
cian Jill Cunniff (kuh-NIHF’) is 51. Actor David Conrad is 50. commonly used by people abandoning sourcing for all the eggs used and tion, though some passersby looked
Actress Helen McCrory is 49. pets. She was suffering from a urinary deemed them danger-free. puzzled.

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New tower fuels concerns over changing face of S.F. Police reports
By Linda Wang against San Francisco’s charming neigh- height limits she pushed for in the 1970s Keeping it fresh
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS borhoods. and ’80s. Someone wrapped meters and cars in
Tech giant Salesforce.com, which pro- Salesforce Tower is more than 200 feet (60 plastic wrap on McLellan Drive in
SAN FRANCISCO — More than 60 stories vides online software for business, bought meters) taller than the Transamerica South San Francisco, it was reported at
above the ground, construction workers the naming rights to the 61-story steel and Pyramid, which previously was San 1:13 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 5.
climb makeshift stairs and cross narrow concrete building, adding to concerns that Francisco’s tallest building.
steel planks to put the finishing touches on the tech economy is steamrolling through “A lot of people think that the city’s defin-
Salesforce Tower, now San Francisco’s the city. ing characteristics are the hills, the water SAN CARLOS
tallest building. “All the tech and people the industry is and the blue skies,” said John King, urban
bringing in . you can work two jobs and design critic for the San Francisco Sus pended l i cens e. A Rewood City man
The $1.1 billion skyscraper has already
barely make a living for your rent and other Chronicle. was cited for having a suspended license on
changed the city’s skyline, dwarfing old
favorites like Coit Tower and the costs,” said Saul Ramirez, 25, who com- Salesforce will occupy more than half of Holly Street, it was reported at 8:16
Transamerica Pyramid. Unlike in New York mutes over an hour daily to his San a.m.Wednesday, Aug. 9.
the building’s square footage, while consult-
or Chicago, the new 1,070-foot (326-meter) Francisco restaurant job from San Pablo ing and investment powerhouses like Bain Burg l ary . Someone broke a window of a
high-rise is a gargantuan presence in San after high rent pushed him from the city. & Company, CBRE and Accenture will lease vehicle and stole a backpack containing a
Francisco. Salesforce Tower is City Hall’s golden a portion of the remaining space. When the laptop on Skyway Road, it was reported at
But Salesforce Tower and a massive child, but the edifice has had to defend itself connecting Salesforce Transit Center opens, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug, 9.
adjoining transit center also embody a larg- from the start. Former mayor and U.S. Sen. developers estimate the bus, train and prom-Sho pl i fti ng . Someone was caught stealing
er transition in this liberal West Coast city Dianne Feinstein has said she’s annoyed the ised high-speed rail station will serve items worth $109.14 and was also found to
— one that pits the technology industry skyscraper soars far above the downtown 100,000 passengers on an average weekday. have methamphetamine in their possession
on El Camino Real, it was reported at 3:47
p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 8.
Teacher accused of lewd behavior Local briefs tim suffering from multiple stab wounds, Petty theft. A car was rummaged through
according to police.
at San Mateo school waives hearing and one item was stolen but burn marks were
veterinarian hospital where doctors deter- The alleged assailant was quickly identi- throughout the interior of the vehicle on the
A South San Francisco man who previous- mined his back was broken and required sur- fied as the victim’s sister, 30-year-old 900 Block of Laurel Street, it was reported at
ly pleaded not guilty to 16 felony counts gery, according to prosecutors. Evelynn Enriquez who’d fled the scene in a 2:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 7.
related to allegations he Al-Zetawi has been ordered not to possess green Honda Civic. After notifying sur- Arres t. A 42-year-old man from Redwood
took inappropriate pho- or own animals, to stay away from the rounding police agencies and saturating City was cited and released for an outstanding
tos of at least five female Peninsula Humane Society and to make no the area, Foster City police found Enriquez warrant near Bayport Avenue and Bing Street,
students ages 5 to 8 as a attempt to contact Toby as conditions of his soon after, according to San Mateo police. it was reported at 9:48 p.m. Saturday, July 29.
teacher at the St. $50,000 bail. He pleaded not guilty to the The investigation determined Enriquez
Matthew’s Episcopal felony charges July 6 and is currently out of and her brother were traveling with friends HALF MOON BAY
Day School in San custody. He next court date is scheduled from Santa Cruz back to Oregon when they Grand theft. Someone stole items worth
Mateo, waived his pre- Friday, Aug. 18, for a judge to appoint two stopped at a gas station where the fight $1,260 from an unlocked vehicle on the 600
liminary hearing doctors to his case, according to prosecu- escalated into the stabbing, according to Block of Purisima, it was reported at 10:15
Wednesday, according to tors. police. The victim was taken to a local p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 9.
Anthony the San Mateo County hospital with non-life threatening injuries Petty theft. Two pairs of sunglasses worth
Satriano District Attorney’s Court to appoint while his sister was arrested for attempted $825 were stolen from a vehicle on Silver
Office. attorney for murder suspect murder and booked into San Mateo County Avenue, it was reported at 5:40 a.m. Tuesday,
Anthony Satriano, 33, was held to answer jail, according to police.   Aug. 1.
Wednesday to charges of child molestation, A court-appointed attorney will be
using minors for sexual purposes and pos- assigned to the case of an East Bay man sus-
session of child pornography but the pected of shooting and
charges do not allege he touched the vic- killing a 24-year-old in a
tims, according to prosecutors. Belmont apartment earli-
Satriano was arrested April 24 after one of er this month after he
the victims told her parents that a male admitted he would not be
teacher at her school wanted her to wear a able to afford a retained
pair of tights, launching an investigation lawyer Wednesday,
that revealed photographs on Satriano’s according to the San
cellphone he allegedly took of the victims Mateo County District
dating from Dec. 20 to April 6, according to Jovhon Stewart Attorney’s Office.
prosecutors. Jovhon Alexander
School officials previously confirmed Stewart, 27, did not enter a plea in his sec-
Satriano had been a teacher at the school for ond court appearance since his arrest last
less than three years, and is no longer week, which ended a four-day manhunt span-
employed at the school. ning two Bay Area counties, according to
District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe previ- prosecutors.
ously said Satriano faces approximately 20 Early in the morning on Saturday, Aug.
years in state prison if convicted for the 5, DeJohn Jones, a 24-year-old Union City
charges he is facing. Satriano will next resident, was shot four times at his ex-girl-
appear Aug. 31 for Superior Court arraign- friend’s 1-bedroom apartment at 566
ment and is still in custody with bail set at Ralston Ave., according to prosecutors.
$2 million, according to prosecutors. According to police and prosecutors,
Jones and the woman had recently broken
Husky finds new up when he showed up possibly unexpect-
ed. Jones, his sister and his cousin went to
home as former owner’s the woman’s apartment to retrieve his TV
competency comes into question and some personal items. When he arrived
A white husky named Toby is reportedly the woman was there with her brother and
adjusting well to a new home with a family five of his friends, including Stewart.
who adopted him after he suffered severe It’s not yet clear what prompted the
injuries and a broken back allegedly inflict- shooting, but police have reason to
ed by his previous owner, according to the believe those in the apartment had been
San Mateo County District Attorney’s drinking before the dispute escalated and
Office. became deadly. Stewart, who is considered
Until his adoption, the dog had been held transient and often stays at friends’ houses,
by the Peninsula Humane Society in an was arrested Aug. 9 without incident with
undisclosed location to prevent his previ- the assistance of officers from Union City
ous owner, San Mateo resident Rami Al- and BART police departments.
Zetawi, from contacting him. Despite being Stewart remains in custody on no bail
charged with felony animal abuse, Al- status. He will next appear in court Aug. 21
Zetawi made several attempts to retrieve the for appearance of the designated attorney
dog when he was out of custody, according from the county’s private defender program
to prosecutors. and entry of plea, according to prosecu-
Al-Zetawi, 38, appeared in court tors.
Wednesday, however, his defense attorney
expressed doubts about his client’s compe- Sister allegedly stabs
tency to stand trial. The criminal proceed- brother at San Mateo gas station
ings were suspended as arrangements for An Oregon woman was arrested for
doctors to review Al-Zetawi’s mental state attempted murder after allegedly stabbing
are made, according to prosecutors. her brother outside a San Mateo gas station
Al-Zetawi was arrested after neighbors Tuesday night, according to police.
reported seeing him slamming the dog to San Mateo police were called just before
the ground, choking him, pulling his legs 9 p.m. to the Shell Gas Station at 2901 S.
and causing the dog to cry out in pain in the Norfolk St. after receiving a report about a
front yard of his home on South Norfolk verbal argument between two women and a
Street May 19. When officers arrived at the man escalating into a stabbing. Officers
scene, Al-Zetawi was found kneeling over arrived seconds later to find the male vic-
the dog. Toby was rushed to an emergency
4 Thursday • Aug. 17, 2017 NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

White House: Government to make Around the nation
Express Scripts to limit opioids; doctors concerned
health law payments this month ST. LOUIS — The nation’s largest pharmacy benefit man-
ager will soon limit the number and strength of opioid
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar drugs prescribed to first-time users as part of a wide-ranging
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “State insurance commissioners have warned that effort to curb an epidemic affecting millions of Americans.
But the new program from Express Scripts is drawing crit-
abrupt cancellation of cost-sharing subsidies would cause icism from the American Medical Association, the largest
WASHINGTON — The government
will make this month’s payments to premiums, copays and deductibles to increase and more association of physicians and medical students in the U.S.,
insurers under the Obama-era health insurance companies to leave the markets. ... Congress now which believes treatment plans should be left to doctors and
their patients.
care law that President Donald Trump
still wants to repeal and replace, a
should pass balanced, bipartisan, limited legislation in About 12.5 million Americans misused prescription opi-
White House official said Wednesday. September that will fund cost-sharing payments for 2018.” oids in 2015, according to the U.S. Department of Health
Trump has repeatedly threatened to and Human Services. More than 33,000 deaths that year
— Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., chairman of were blamed on opioid overdoses.
end the payments, which help reduce the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee
health insurance copays and Express Scripts launched a yearlong pilot program in
deductibles for people with modest plan under the Affordable Care Act court in Washington. 2016 aimed at reducing patients’ dependency on opioids and
incomes, but remain under a legal would rise sharply, and that more peo- For months, Trump has been raising the risk of addiction, said Snezana Mahon, the Missouri-
cloud. ple would be left without options for the prospect of terminating payments based company’s vice president of clinical product develop-
A White House spokesman said “the coverage, if Trump kept his threat to as a way to trigger a crisis and get ment.
August payment will be made,” insist- stop the payments. Moreover, ending Democrats to negotiate on a health
ing on anonymity to discuss the deci- the payments would only increase fed- care bill. Is it really Lyme? Researchers
sion ahead of the official announce- eral deficits since it would trigger a rise After the GOP drive to repeal developing a new test to tell
ment. The so-called “cost-sharing” in separate health law subsidies for “Obamacare” collapsed, the president
subsidies total about $7 billion this WASHINGTON — Diagnosing if a tick bite caused Lyme
premiums, wiping out any potential tweeted: “As I said from the begin- or another disease can be difficult but scientists are devel-
year and are considered vital to guaran- savings. ning, let ObamaCare implode, then
tee stability for consumers who buy oping a new way to do it early — using a “signature” of
The subsidies are snared in a legal deal. Watch!” molecules in patients’ blood.
their own individual health insurance dispute over whether the Obama health Trump elaborated in another tweet,
policies. It’s still highly experimental, but initial studies suggest
care law properly approved the pay- “If a new HealthCare Bill is not
Insurers say they want to the admin- the novel tool just might uncover early-stage Lyme disease
ments to insurers. Adding to the confu- approved quickly, BAILOUTS for
istration to do more, and guarantee the sion, other parts of the law clearly more accurately than today’s standard test, researchers
Insurance Companies ... will end very
payments at least through next year. direct the government to reimburse the soon!” reported Wednesday. And it could tell the difference between
But on Capitol Hill, a senior carriers. But with polls showing the public two tick-borne diseases with nearly identical early symp-
Republican applauded Trump’s move. The disagreement is over whether would blame Trump for “Obamacare” toms.
“State insurance commissioners the law properly provided a congres- problems on his watch, congressional
have warned that abrupt cancellation sional “appropriation,” similar to an Republicans are not keen on going
of cost-sharing subsidies would cause instruction for the Treasury to pay the that route.
premiums, copays and deductibles to money. The Constitution says the It’s estimated that nearly 18 million
increase and more insurance compa- government shall not spend money people purchase individual health
nies to leave the markets,” said Sen. unless Congress appropriates it. insurance policies. About half of them
Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., chairman House Republicans trying to thwart pay the full cost themselves and would
of the Health, Education, Labor and the health law sued the Obama admin- risk the biggest disruptions from a
Pensions Committee. “Congress now istration in federal court in spike in premiums.
should pass balanced, bipartisan, lim- Washington, arguing that it lacked Democratic Sen. Patty Murray of
ited legislation in September that will specific language appropriating the Washington, who is working with
fund cost-sharing payments for 2018.” cost-sharing subsidies. Tennessee Sen. Alexander to hold
The Congressional Budget Office A district court judge agreed with bipartisan hearings next month, said
reported this week that premiums for a House Republicans, and the case has Trump should clear up the uncertainty
popular type of individual health care been on hold before the U.S. appeals for good.

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Charlottesville revives painful past for minorities
By Errin Haines Whack Lafayette said.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Rev. William Barber said Trump’s
comments were “deeply harmful” and will
embolden white supremacists.
Bernard Lafayette fought to end segrega- “It was a misrepresentation of history,
tion during the civil rights movement. But saying that people were just trying to pre-
after watching events in Charlottesville, serve their culture,” said Barber, creator of
Virginia, last weekend and hearing the Moral Mondays movement in North
President Donald Trump blame both sides Carolina. “What culture is he talking about?
for the deadly violence, he realized that The culture of slavery? Of the reinstitution
changing laws did not change enough of white supremacy?”
hearts and minds. Barber said those who reject racism must
“It was below the surface,” said Lafayette, not be drawn into a fight.
the 77-year-old chairman of the Southern White supremacists “want confronta-
Christian Leadership Conference. “It was tion,” he said. “Let them put their agenda
always there. It never left. People are com- out there, and let us build a nonviolent,
ing out again and expressing their racist moral movement.”
feelings.” Rabbi Joshua Stanton of East End Temple
Minorities who came to the United States in Manhattan is the grandson of refugees
in search of a better life or who fought for from Germany. As he watched the bloodshed
equality were dispirited to see their fellow in Charlottesville, his pulse raced and his
citizens fighting to preserve the legacy of REUTERS stomach clenched. He tried to make sense of
the Confederacy and displaying Nazi sym- Women comfort each other at the site where Heather Heyer was killed when a suspected images more reminiscent of the 1930s,
bols. And they said Trump’s response to the white nationalist crashed his car into anti-racist demonstrators in Charlottesville, Va. when his grandfather — now 95 — left
deadly violence only fanned racial flames. Berlin after a night of anti-Semitic violence
Trump’s initial statements on Saturday slave owners. torches and swastikas in 2017. known as Kristallnacht in November 1938.
blamed violence on “many sides.” Two days On the day of the Virginia rally, Lafayette To him, it was a sad reminder that the “The imagery and the salutes and the
later, he condemned white supremacists. On was in Lowndes County, Alabama, marking racist attitudes of the past have stubbornly chants, quite literally from Nazi Germany,
Tuesday, he lashed out at the counter-pro- the anniversary of the death of Jonathan persisted despite the progress of the past are intended to scare my grandfather.
testers who had been in Charlottesville. He Daniels, a white civil rights volunteer who half century. They’re intended to scare me as a rabbi and a
also questioned whether removing public gave his life to save 17-year-old black girl Trump, he said, does not understand the Jewish person. They’re intended to scare
tributes to Confederate figures would result Ruby Sales. Lafayette, who worked along- counter-protesters. people of color, and they’re intended to sug-
in similar treatment for statues of George side the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., was “The people who had weapons, who were gest that somehow we don’t have a place in
Washington or Thomas Jefferson — both stunned to see young whites marching with geared up for violence, were the other side,” the United States,” said Stanton, 31.

Scholars say Trump went afoul in lumping Lee with founders
By Andrew Dalton Trump’s remarks on Tuesday came as he next week, and is it Thomas Jefferson the United States. But he also said the difference
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS was defending those who have sought to week after?” between the nation’s first president, George
preserve the statue of Lee in There is no notable movement to tear Washington, and then man who sought to
Both were great generals. Both Charlottesville, Virginia, the focus of a down the Washington monument. secede from the nation, Robert E. Lee, isn’t
Virginians. Both came from slave-owning violent weekend clash in which an anti- Most historians agree that Washington complicated.
plantation families. racist protester was killed. The president and Jefferson’s ownership of slaves has “It is obvious that traitors in arms to the
Is it really so far-fetched to put Robert E. didn’t exactly equate the Confederate gener- tainted the positive legacy they left. And nation are not equivalent to those who cre-
Lee in the same category as George al with the nation’s founding fathers. But he some monuments and memorials to both ated it,” he said.
Washington, as President Donald Trump noted a similarity sometimes glossed over men attempt to address that part of their Adding to the complexity of the debate,
suggested Tuesday? — ownership of slaves by figures who lives. many Lee memorials were erected long
Many historians say yes. nobly stand or sit astride horses on U.S. For some, monuments to those founding after the Civil War as part of an effort to
“It’s a ridiculous conflation, ” said pedestals — and he asked: If you’re going to fathers “force us to contemplate the central- rehabilitate Lee’s reputation and denigrate
Professor Alice Fahs of the University of be pulling down statues, “where does it ity of slavery to the making of the nation,” his victorious opponent Ulysses S. Grant,
California, Irvine. “He’s not a founding stop?” said Gregory Downs, a history professor at who fought to preserve the nation and
father, and it’s as though Trump thinks he “So, this week it’s Robert E. Lee,” he the University of California, Davis who later defended black civil rights as presi-
is. It’s really astonishing. It’s amazing.” said. “I wonder, is it George Washington studies the impact of the Civil War on the dent.

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Republican leaders dance
around Trump’s remarks
By Steve Peoples meaningful legislation on infrastructure,
and Thomas Beaumont taxes and health care to prove to voters
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS their party can govern.
The delicate relationship helps explain
NEW YORK — One after another, the Wednesday’s cautious comments from pow-
nation’s most powerful Republicans erful Republicans like McConnell.
responded to President Donald Trump’s “We all have a responsibility to stand
extraordinary remarks about white suprema- against hate and violence, wherever it rais-
cists. Yet few mentioned the president. es its evil head,” McConnell said in a state-
The Senate’s top Republican, Majority ment, noting that white supremacists are
Leader Mitch McConnell, condemned “hate planning a rally in his home state of
and bigotry.” House Speaker Paul Ryan Kentucky.
charged that, “White supremacy is repul- “Their messages of hate and bigotry are
sive.” Neither criticized the president’s not welcome in Kentucky and should not be
insistence that there were “very fine people welcome anywhere in America,” he said.
on both sides” of a violent weekend clash Former Republican Presidents George REUTERS FILE PHOTO
between white supremacists and counter- H.W. and George W. Bush, usually silent on Former FBI director James Comey testifies before a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing
demonstrators. current political developments, released a on ‘Russian Federation Efforts to Interfere in the 2016 U.S. Elections.’
The nuanced statements reflect the party joint statement that stopped short of criti-
establishment’s delicate dance. Few top
Republican officeholders defended the pres-
ident in the midst of an escalating political
cizing Trump as well.
“America must always reject racial big-
otry, anti-Semitism and hatred in all
Internal FBI surveys show high
crisis. Yet they are unwilling to declare all- forms,” the Bushes said.
out war against Trump and risk alienating
his loyalists. And as the 2018 elections
begin to take shape, the debate over
The political tap dance frustrated as least
one member of Trump’s diversity council,
CEO of the U. S. Hispanic Chamber of
support for ex-FBI head Comey higher end of the top benchmark for the sur-
Trump’s words appears to be taking hold in Commerce Javier Palomarez, who called By Jake Pearson
GOP primaries. Trump’s response “a monumental failure in THE ASSOCIATED PRESS veys.
Trump’s overall approval rating may be leadership.” Trump initially cited Comey’s handling of
dismal, but a small group of die-hard sup- He challenged those who denounced WASHINGTON — Despite White House the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s per-
porters is expected to play an outsized role racism in general terms without calling out claims to the contrary, fired FBI Director sonal email server as justification for firing
in next year’s midterm elections when the the president by name. James Comey was highly respected and him. The deputy attorney general, Rod
Republican control of Congress is at stake. “That’s a sign of weakness, and I don’t trusted within the bureau during his nearly Rosenstein, wrote a three-page memo criti-
Those supporters are praising the presi- think the American people and the four-year tenure, according to internal sur- cizing those decisions, saying that as a
dent’s response to the violence in Republican Party is going to forget,” said vey results released Wednesday. result the FBI was “unlikely to regain public
Charlottesville, Virginia, which left one Palomarez, who noted he would remain on The data detailing bureau attitudes about its and congressional trust until it has a director
dead and many more wounded. Trump’s diversity council “for now.” leader contradict White House assertions who understands the gravity of the mis-
“You got racism in both factions, on both But Trump loyalists on the ground in key that Comey, fired by President Donald Trump takes.”
sides,” former New Hampshire GOP chair states are ready to fight for their leader. And in May, had lost the confidence of the But Trump later said he had intended to fire
Jack Kimball said. “Trump has zero fault there were signs that the divide between the bureau’s rank and file. Comey all along, dubbing him a “show-
here. None.” loyalists and establishment Republicans is When asked specifically if Comey had “a boat.” A White House spokeswoman said
Republican leaders also need the presi- already shaping the mid-term political positive impact on my morale,” a majority then she had personally heard from “count-
dent: They hope to work with him to enact landscape. of survey respondents gave the director less” agents who had complained about
high marks in 2015, 2016 and 2017, the Comey’s leadership.
results show. Other, broader employee sur- At the time of his firing, Comey was over-
veys dating to the start of Comey’s tenure in seeing the FBI’s investigation into Russian
2013 show consistently high levels of meddling in the 2016 election and any
respect for senior FBI leadership — includ- potential ties between Russia and the Trump
ing the director — and high levels of pride campaign.
that people had in working for the FBI over At a congressional hearing shortly after
that time. Comey’s dismissal, the then-acting FBI
Using a 1-to-5 scale, where scores director, Andrew McCabe, testified that
between 3.81 and 5 are considered a “success Comey “enjoyed broad support within the
in those areas,” Comey received average FBI and still does to this day.”
scores of 4.67, 4.39 and 4.38, respectively, The survey results, which were gleaned
on the morale question. Those results were from anonymous responses, support that
tallied from 36 respondents in 2015, from assertion.
47 in 2016 and from 48 in 2017. In the broader surveys in 2013 and 2014,
Respondents’ “trust and confidence” in field office employees asked whether they
Comey as a leader did drop slightly between had “a high level of respect” for senior lead-
2015 and 2017 — from an average score of ership, including the director, gave an aver-
4.78 to 4.46 — though it still fell within the age score of 4.01 and 3.88, respectively.

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Corporate chiefs flee Donald Trump; he
disbands White House advisory panels
By Julie Bykowicz ers were eager to take their places.
and Jonathan Lemire On Wednesday, he appeared to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS be pre-empting the CEOs own
decision to disband.
NEW YORK — With corporate Members of the Strategy and
chieftains fleeing, President Policy group, led by Blackstone
Donald Trump abruptly abolished CEO Stephen Schwarzman, con-
two of his White House business cluded after a 45-minute confer-
councils Wednesday — the latest ence call in the morning that they
fallout from his combative com- would end the council and
ments on racially charged vio- announce their decision in a state-
lence in Charlottesville, ment, according to two people
Virginia. familiar with the discussions.
Trump announced the action via They insisted on anonymity to
tweet, although only after one of discuss private conversations.
the panels had already agreed to In a subsequent call with Trump,
disband earlier in the day. A grow- the president agreed it was the
ing number of business leaders on right course of action. He tweeted
the councils had openly criticized before they could announce the
his remarks laying blame for the decision they’d reached — mak-
violence at a white supremacists ing it appear it was his choice.
rally on “both sides.” Publicly criticizing the presi-
“Rather than putting pressure dent and resigning from his coun-
on the businesspeople of the cils is a significant step for big-
Manufacturing Council & name corporate leaders. Though
Strategy & Policy Forum, I am the policy influence of such advi-
ending both. Thank you all!” REUTERS FILE PHOTO sory groups is sometimes ques-
Trump tweeted from New York. Donald Trump answers questions about his responses to the deaths and injuries at the ‘Unite the Right’ rally in tionable, simply meeting with
The decision came as the White Charlottesville as he talks to the media with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, left, at his side. Trump with TV cameras going is
House tried to manage the reper- valuable face-time for the execu-
cussions from Trump’s defiant Republicans, including congres- believed he had effectively stood still needs to be — unambiguous” tives — and for the president.
remarks a day earlier. Presidential sional leaders, did not specifical- up to the media, according to in denouncing white suprema- Though not as outspoken as the
advisers hunkered down, offering ly criticize the president. three people familiar with the cists. business leaders, some fellow
no public defense while privately Trump himself stayed out of conversations who demanded CEOs had begun tendering their Republican leaders are going after
expressing frustration with his sight, tweeting occasionally anonymity because they were not resignations from White House Trump forcefully, too.
comments. about a primary in Alabama, the authorized to speak publicly panels after Trump’s initial com- South Carolina Sen. Lindsey
Some Republicans and scores of stock market and, once, his cam- about them. ments following the Saturday vio- Graham said Wednesday the presi-
Democrats denounced Trump’s paign slogan. Midday, he traveled Business leaders felt differently. lence. The first to step down, dent “took a step backward by
statements as putting white from New York to his golf club in Denise Morrison, chief execu- Kenneth Frazier of Merck, drew a again suggesting there is moral
supremacists on equal moral foot- New Jersey for the night. tive of Campbell Soup, declared Twitter tongue-lashing from the equivalency” between the march-
ing with counter-protesters in The president told associates he she was leaving Trump’s manufac- president. Later, Trump called ing white supremacists and the
Charlottesville and called for an was pleased with how his press turing council, saying, “The pres- those who were leaving “grand- people who had been demonstrat-
apology. Most of those conference went, saying he ident should have been — and standers” and insisted many oth- ing against them.
8 Thursday • Aug. 17, 2017 NATION/WORLD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Around the nation
Ten Commandments judge
Back to bomb shelters? North
faces runoff in Alabama Senate race
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Alabama’s famed Ten
Commandments judge, Roy Moore, has forced a Senate pri-
Korea threats revive nuke fears
By John Rogers
mary runoff with president-backed THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
incumbent Sen. Luther Strange, setting
up a September showdown that could be
LOS ANGELES — After the Soviet
closely watched for clues about Union collapsed in 1991, the era of
Republicans’ prospects in 2018 midterm nuclear nightmares — of the atomic
elections. arms race, of backyard bomb shelters,
Moore has twice been stripped of chief of schoolchildren diving under desks
justice duties for stands over the Ten to practice their survival skills in the
Commandments and against gay mar- event of an attack — seemed to final-
Roy Moore riage. He rode a tide of anti-Washington ly, thankfully, fade into history.
sentiment and his fame as an icon of the Until now.
culture wars Tuesday to lead the first round of voting and For some baby boomers, North
secure a runoff spot in the contentious Republican race for Korea’s nuclear advances and
the Senate seat previously held by Attorney General Jeff President Donald Trump’s bellicose
Sessions. response have prompted flashbacks to
a time when they were young, and
Federal court: Arkansas can when they prayed each night that they
might awaken the next morning. For
block Planned Parenthood money their children, the North Korean crisis REUTERS FILE PHOTO
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A federal appeals court panel ruled was a taste of what the Cold War was A man walks in front of a monitor showing news of North Korea’s fresh threat in Tokyo.
Wednesday that Arkansas can block Medicaid funding to like. announcement in which a cartoon regular thing then.”
Planned Parenthood, two years after the state ended its con- “I’m not concerned to where I can’t character named Bert the Turtle teaches Even as a 10-year-old, Paul said, he
tract with the group over videos secretly recorded by an sleep at night. But it certainly raises kids how to dive under their desks for wondered how much good ducking
anti-abortion group. alarms for Guam or even Hawaii, where safety. But Zwicky did see it often under a desk could do if a bomb power-
In a 2-1 ruling, an 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel it might be a real threat,” said 24-year- enough in high school history classes ful enough to destroy a city fell near-
vacated preliminary injunctions a federal judge issued pre- old banker Christian Zwicky of San that he can hum the catchy tune that by. No good at all, his teacher
venting the state from suspending any Medicaid payments Bernardino, California. plays at the beginning. That’s when acknowledged.
for services rendered to patients from Planned Parenthood. People of his parents’ generation Bert avoids disaster by ducking into Then there were backyard bomb
Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson ended the state’s Medicaid were taught to duck and cover when the his shell, then goes on to explain to shelters, which briefly became the
contract with the organization in 2015. bombs came. schoolchildren what they should do. rage during the missile crisis of 1962,
“Maybe those types of drills should “I do remember that,” says 65-year- when it was learned the Soviets had
come back,” Zwicky said. old retiree Scott Paul of Los Angeles. slipped nuclear-tipped missiles into
He isn’t old enough to remember the “And also the drop drills that we had in Cuba and pointed them at the United
popular 1950s public service elementary school, which was a pretty States.
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Kenya opposition says it will
challenge election in court
By Tom Odula
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

NAIROBI, Kenya — Kenya’s opposition will challenge
the results of last week’s presidential election in Supreme
Court and wage a campaign of civil disobedience, its leader
announced Wednesday, saying they intend to expose a “com-
puter-generated presidency.”
Raila Odinga told reporters that Kenyans won’t willingly
go along with “democracy’s slaughter.”
His comments had the potential to set off another wave of
protests in the capital, Nairobi, and elsewhere that already
have led to at least two dozen people shot dead by police
since the Aug. 8 vote, according to one prominent Kenyan
human rights group.
Odinga has claimed that the election results were hacked
and rigged in favor of President Uhuru Kenyatta, who won a
second term with 54 percent of the vote. Odinga claims the
hackers used the identity of Christopher Msando, an elec-
tion official in charge of the electronic voting system who
was tortured and killed shortly before the vote.
Kenya’s election commission has said there was a hacking
attempt but it failed, and election observers have said they
saw no signs of interference with the vote.
REUTERS
The opposition last week said going to court was not an
A woman mourns for her son at the entrance of Connaught Hospital in Freetown, Sierra Leone. option, but Odinga on Wednesday made it clear they had
changed their minds.

Families wait in rain to identify “We will not accept and move on,” he said. “We shall hold
vigils, moments of silence, beat drums and do everything
else to draw attention to the gross electoral injustices.”
The opposition has until the end of Friday to file a peti-

lost loved ones in Sierra Leone tion challenging the vote results.
Odinga’s court challenge after losing the 2013 election to
Kenyatta was unsuccessful. Kenyatta won with just over 50
By Alhaji Manika Kamara For Stevens, the wait brought only many too mangled and decomposed to percent of that vote. No candidate’s legal challenge against
and Clarence Roy-Maculay disappointment. “I was only able to be identified. President Ernest Bai a presidential election in Kenya has ever been successful.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS identify two of my entire family,” she Koroma’s office has said that all
said in anguish. unidentified corpses will be given a
FREETOWN, Sierra Leone — Hawa More than 300 people were con-
firmed dead — a third of them children
“dignified burial” in the coming days.
He called for seven days of mourning
Around the world
Stevens spoke through tears of the 28
family members she lost after surging — from the devastating mudslides that starting Wednesday. Scientists potentially narrow
mudslides and floodwaters swept struck before dawn on Monday, trig- Amara Kallon held up photos of his
through Sierra Leone’s capital, killing gered by days of heavy rain. Red Cross 3-year-old daughter, Hawa, who had MH370 search area to three spots
hundreds and leaving hundreds more officials estimated some 600 others been spending her school holidays CANBERRA, Australia — Scientists have potentially
missing. remained missing more than 48 hours with her mother in Freetown when a narrowed the search area for the missing Malaysian airliner
“Mother, father, sisters, brothers, after the storm hit while most of the wall of mud hit their home, killing to three specific locations in the southern Indian Ocean
cousins all gone. My life has been victims slept. Thousands of people them both. In one, the wide-eyed girl through new satellite and drift analysis of the 2014 crash
shattered. ... Please help me God,” she lost their homes. held a microphone as she sang; in released Wednesday.
sobbed as she waited in a long line in On Wednesday, crews continued the another she was dressed in festive But the Australian Transport Safety Bureau cautioned that
the pouring rain Wednesday outside grim work of digging out bodies from bright pink native garb, her hair braid- the drift analysis by Australian science agency CSIRO is
Freetown’s overwhelmed mortuary to the tons of mud and debris that came ed with beads. based on French satellite images of “probably man-made”
try to identify the corpses of her loved roaring down the hillsides onto With the help of hospital porters, floating objects without evidence that they were from
ones. impoverished, low-lying areas of who used the photos to find the child’s Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
She was surrounded by hundreds of Freetown and surrounding settlements. body among the hundreds at the Still, the locations could provide potential starting
others, some wearing face masks to Many were volunteers who dug with morgue, he was able to identify her points to search within a 25,000-square-kilometer (9,700-
try to ward off the smell of death and shovels, pick axes and, at times, only corpse. square-mile) expanse identified by a panel of experts in
blue hospital booties over their their hands. “The present condition of my daugh- November as the most likely resting place of the Boeing
shoes. Many clutched photos in the At the city’s Connaught Hospital ter is nothing good to talk about,” he 777 and the 239 passengers and crew on board.
desperate hope that they would be morgue, firefighters, military person- said. “I’ve spoken with other family That expanse adjoins the original search zone far south-
among those fortunate enough to find nel, police and volunteers tried to help members and we have decided to allow west of Australia that was identified through satellite analy-
their loved ones and give them a prop- grieving survivors with the difficult the government to go ahead with dig- sis of the final hours of the flight, which apparently ended
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Stocks up as retailers rally; oil companies fall
By Marley Jay in the second quarter.
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS Gap climbed 50 cents, or 2.3
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 22,085.71 percent, to $22.57. Express added
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks rose Low: 22,002.47 27 cents, or 4.8 percent, to $5.84.
slightly Wednesday as Urban Close: 22,024.87 Retailers had struggled a day earli-
Outfitters and Target helped retail- Change: +25.88 er after poor results and lower fore-
ers rally. That was enough to can- casts from Dick’s Sporting Goods
cel out more losses for energy
OTHER INDEXES and Advance Auto Parts. The S&P
companies. S&P 500: 2468.11 +3.50 500 index of retailers climbed 1.7
Urban Outfitters and Target did NYSE Index: 11,868.86 +25.38 percent Wednesday after a 2.3 per-
better in the second quarter than Nasdaq: 6345.11 +12.10 cent plunge the day before.
analysts expected, and Target NYSE MKT: 2501.39 +10.78 Benchmark U.S. crude lost 77
raised its forecasts for the year. Russell 2000: 1383.53 +0.29 cents, or 1.6 percent, to $46.78 a
That helped companies that sell Wilshire 5000: 25,546.70 +35.99 barrel in New York. Brent crude,
clothing and other retailers. used to price international oils,
Technology companies and firms 10-Yr Bond: 2.22 -0.04 dipped 53 cents, or 1 percent, to
that make and sell household Oil (per barrel): 46.78 -0.77 $50.27 a barrel in London. That
goods also traded higher. Gold : 1,288.90 +9.20 pulled energy companies down
A wide variety of retailers saw further. EOG Resources fell $2.04,
their shares sink the day before He said turbulence for retailers composite gained 12.10 points, of struggles. The stock rose or 2. 3 percent, to $84. 98 and
based on weak earnings reports. will be a constant as online com- or 0.2 percent, to 6,345.11. The $2. 94, or 17. 5 percent, to Marathon Oil fell 34 cents, or 2.9
With Wal-Mart and Ross Stores in petition keeps growing and cus- Russell 2000 index of smaller $19.76. Even with those gains, percent, to $11.19.
line to report their own results tomers want more features like companies inched up 0.30 points it’s down 31 percent this year and Energy companies have
Thursday, investors could change same-day delivery. to 1,383.53. recently traded at eight-year lows, slumped this month, but their sec-
their minds again. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Clothing and accessories retail- far below its price of $45 a share ond-quarter profits have improved
“This sector is not for the faint of index picked up 3.50 points, or er Urban Outfitters had a better in early 2015. dramatically compared to a year
heart,” said JJ Kinahan, chief strate- 0. 1 percent, to 2, 468. 11. The second quarter than Wall Street Target gained $1.96, or 3.6 per- ago. A year ago the companies
gist for TD Ameritrade. “The market Dow Jones industrial average expected, and analysts said there cent, to $56.31. The company were struggling to make money
is trying to figure out who the win- added 25.88 points, or 0.1 per- are some signs the company’s raised its annual estimates after it thanks to a prolonged slump in oil
ners and losers are going to be.” cent, to 22,024.87. The Nasdaq business is recovering after years did better than analysts expected prices.

Facebook bans white nationalist’s accounts over hate speech Fiat Chrysler joins Business briefs
BMW-Intel autonomous car
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cantwell was featured in a Vice former information technology
DETROIT — Fiat Chrysler is
Trump renews
News documentary about the rally worker who moved to New
MOUNTAIN VIEW — Facebook and its aftermath. Hampshire from New York in 2012, teaming up with BMW and Intel to Twitter criticism of Amazon
has banned the Facebook and the 36-year-old Cantwell describes develop an autonomous-driving WASHINGTON — President
Facebook has also removed at system. Donald Trump is renewing his
Instagram accounts of a white himself as a white nationalist and
least eight pages connected to the The companies say the system attacks on e-commerce giant
nationalist who attended the rally said he voted for President Donald
white nationalist movement over will be used by automakers world- Amazon, and he says the company
in Charlottesville, Virginia, that Trump. He has a podcast and blog
what Budhraja says were viola- wide to run self-driving vehicles. It is “doing great damage to tax pay-
ended in deadly violence. that promote his views.
tions on the company’s polices on will be flexible so automakers can ing retailers.”
Facebook spokeswoman
hate speech and organizations. Cantwell says Facebook shut keep their unique brand identities. Trump tweets that “towns, cities
Ruchika Budhraja tells the
Associated Press that the profile Cantwell, of Keene, New down his account in an attempt to The move is the latest in a series and states throughout the U.S. are
pages of Christopher Cantwell Hampshire, was listed on rally fly- silence him for his views. He also of acquisitions and partnerships being hurt — many jobs being
have been removed as well as a ers and labeled an extremist by the said his PayPal account had been announced by auto and technology lost!”
page connected to his podcast. Southern Poverty Law Center. A closed. companies as they race to deploy The president has often criti-
self-driving vehicles. cized the company and CEO Jeff
Bezos, who also owns The
Protests at Google offices over worker’s firing are canceled Fiat Chrysler also has a partner-
ship to provide vehicles and Washington Post.
Many traditional retailers are
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Saturday’s protests were being why women are underrepresented install technology developed by
Waymo, Google’s autonomous car closing stores and blaming
canceled because of threats from at the company.
unit. A Fiat Chrysler spokeswoman Amazon for a shift to buying
PITTSBURGH — Protests what it called “alt left terrorist
Protest organizers didn’t says the partnership will continue. goods online.
planned at Google offices around groups.”
respond to requests for informa- Computer chip maker Intel But the company has been hir-
the country over the firing of an The planned events in tion about the alleged threats. A recently acquired Israel’s ing thousands of warehouse work-
employee who questioned compa- Pittsburgh and eight other loca- Pittsburgh public safety spokes- Mobileye, a leader in software that ers on the spot at job fairs across
ny diversity efforts have been tions were in reaction to woman said organizers had integrates autonomous car sen- the country. Amazon has
postponed. Google’s firing of a software informed them “of plans to cancel sors. BMW, Intel and Mobileye announced goal of adding 100,000
A statement Wednesday on the engineer who argued that biolog- and why they were cancelling,” announced an autonomous vehicle full-time workers by the middle of
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<<< Page 12, Raiders offensive
line moving forward without Penn
Thursday • Aug. 17, 2017

Von Miller returns to scene of Super Bowl MVP
By Josh Dubow “Walking onto the Preseason, the Oakland Raiders, the San “I feel like he is one of my blood broth-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS field this morning, it’s a Francisco 49ers, I’ve only lost one game ers,” Dumervil said. “He took me in when I
whole lot different, ” here. A lot of great memories for me, as a was young and basically showed me the
SANTA CLARA — Von Miller had some Miller said. “It’s a lot team and as an organization.” whole script of bringing young guys in and
pretty good flashbacks when he arrived at more red than what it was This week also offered Miller a chance for showing them the ropes. That’s where I
Levi’s Stadium for the first time since win- last time. Before it was a reunion with mentor Elvis Dumervil, who learned it from. ... It’s great to get Gloom
ning the Super Bowl MVP here just over 18 just gold and black and a helped teach Miller the ways of the NFL dur- and Doom back on the same field. It’s a
months ago. whole bunch of white, all ing his first two seasons as a pro in 2011- blessing.”
The stakes were far lower for a joint prac- the Super Bowl stuff. It 12. The Niners and Broncos held the first of
tice between his Denver Broncos and the Von Miller still had the same feel. The two have remained close ever since, two straight joint practices before playing
San Francisco 49ers than they were for that San Francisco has always seeing each other in the offseason and train- an exhibition game here Saturday night.
Super Bowl win over Cam Newton and been good to me. The Bay Area has always ing together at times and Miller still credits The players were on their best behavior for
Carolina in February 2016 but that didn’t been good to us. Throughout my whole Dumervil for teaching him how to be a
stop the memories. career I’ve only lost one game here. leader and an elite pass rusher. See PRACTICE, Page 16

Power: Name of the game ESPN won’t
ruin players
Home runs will be on display at the Little League World Series
By Matt Martell
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — Joey
or the game
W
ith the start of the Little
Randazzo’s teammates marveled as the
League World Series today in
Grosse Pointe, Michigan, shortstop lifted
South Williamsport,
pitch after pitch over the left field fence dur-
Pennsylvania, there was some radio chat-
ing Little League World Series batting prac-
ter earlier this week asking if Little
tice on Wednesday.
League baseball on television was going
They were in awe again a batter later as
to far. It seems television coverage is
Joseph Wisniewski used his left-handed
getting younger and younger and there is
uppercut swing to shoot line-drive home
an underlying question of how healthy is
runs to right-center field.
it to put this kind of spotlight on kids
Fans will likely see much more of that
who are 11, 12 and 13 years old.
power over the next 11 days as 16 teams
Before that ques-
battle for the Little League title. The 71st
tion can be answered,
edition of the tournament begins Thursday
one has to remember
in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
that when it comes to
“It’s the evolution of the game as kids are
the Little League
getting bigger and stronger,” said Jason
World Series, it’s
Hill, coach of the team from just outside
been on television
Detroit that’s representing the Great Lakes
for as a long as I can
Region. “The game has really progressed.
remember. I remem-
Coaches are getting more informed with
ber watching the
teaching mechanics and selection and hit-
championship game
ting philosophy.”
every year growing
Grosse Pointe’s 6.6 runs per game during
up as it was part of
regional play was actually among the low-
ABC’s “Wide World of Sports” program-
est offensive output among the teams tak-
ming.
ing the field this week. The Mid-Atlantic
The other variable that has to be fac-
team from Jackson, New Jersey, averaged
tored in is that for I don’t know how
10.8 runs across four regional games, the
long, the only LLWS game that was
best mark of any U.S. team.
broadcast was the championship game.
The international teams averaged more
Now, regional semifinals and final
runs during regionals than the United States
games are shown on the various ESPN
teams did, though the competition levels of
outlets and it will also broadcast a bulk of
the different regions vary. The Asia-Pacific
both the American and International tour-
Region’s representative from Seoul, South
naments — with the winners of each divi-
Korea, outscored its regional opponents 45-
sion meet for the world championship
2 in the four-game span. Canada scored more
— before wrapping up with the Little
than 20 runs in back-to-back regional
League World Series championship game.
games, averaging nearly 14.3 runs across
Personally, I think the amount of Little
seven contests. Japan won its final region-
League television coverage is fine. Two
al matchup 17-0 and averaged more than 13
or three weeks of LLWS programming
runs per game.
during arguably the slowest time of the
“We’ve got some power in our lineup,”
year, sports-wise, is not overkill. Now, if
said coach Chris Shaw of Hills Little League
DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS FILE ESPN starting broadcasting regular-sea-
from Sydney, Australia, which will face
Pacifica American’s Garrett Carlson hits a home run during a Section 3 tournament game son Little League games, then we have a
Japan on Friday. “If you look back at our
earlier this summer. Home runs have become the norm in Little League play and that power
See LLWS, Page 14 will be on display during the Little League World Series. See LOUNGE, Page 14

Giants keep Stanton in park, limp home after loss
By Steven Wine
Marlins 8, Giants 1 Stanton said he gives that achievement an
asterisk because the sport wasn’t integrated
games, and fell two games short of tying
the major league record for the longest
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Giants 8-1. then. Mantle’s teammate Roger Maris broke home run streak at eight games.
the record with 61 in 1961. That record is shared by Dale Long
MIAMI — Giancarlo Stanton paused in While Stanton didn’t come close to hit- Barry Bonds set the current record of 73 in
ting his 45th homer of the year, he’s on (1956), Ken Griffey Jr. (1993) and
his pursuit of a hallowed home run number, 2001 during the steroids era, and Stanton Stanton’s manager, Don Mattingly (1987)
acknowledged he’s shooting for 61 and said pace to finish with 61 and said that number said he also considers that total tainted.
he finds baseball’s statistical history both is a goal. “I wasn’t really a home run guy like
“I do, but at the same time it doesn’t mat- Giancarlo,” Mattingly said. “I’m hitting
alluring and tainted. “When you grow up watching all the old ter,” he said. “The record is the record.”
films of Babe Ruth and (Mickey) Mantle and singles and doubles mostly, and he’s hitting
Stanton’s six-game homer streak ended Lately Stanton has been on a pace that balls 500 feet.”
Wednesday, but he singled, stole a base and those guys, 61 has always been that printed would allow him to challenge Bonds.
scored in a four-run first inning to help the number,” Stanton said. Facing three Giants pitchers, he failed to After his single in the first, Stanton was
Miami Marlins beat the San Francisco Ruth hit a record 60 homers in 1927, and homer for only the third time in the past 13 See GIANTS, Page 16
12 Thursday • Aug. 17, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Another late-inning failure for the A’s
By Janie McCauley
Royals 7, A’s 6 Lowrie’s two-run single in the fifth. Dodgers. The A’s optioned righty Josh
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kansas City’s Melky Cabrera fouled a ball Smith to Nashville and designated righty
over five innings but the Royals couldn’t off his leg in the third and went down Zach Neal for assignment to clear 40-man
OAKLAND — Alex Gordon hit a go-ahead hold a late lead again before holding on — a writhing in pain before recovering to hit a roster space to add Moll.
RBI single in the top of the ninth after day after squandering a four-run advantage in single on the very next pitch to load the
Oakland tied it in the bottom of the eighth, a 10-8 defeat. bases with no outs. But Blackburn struck Trainer’s room
and the Kansas City Royals beat the Cain added a key RBI single in the eighth out Mike Moustakas and induced an inning- Athl eti cs : Josh Phegley (strained left
Athletics 7-6 on Wednesday. for the Royals, who began the day tied with ending double play from Brandon Moss to oblique) was slated to catch five or six
Alcides Escobar doubled to start the ninth Minnesota six games behind AL Central- escape unscathed. innings in a rehab game for Triple-A
against Blake Treinen (1- leading Cleveland. A’s starter Paul Blackburn was tagged for Nashville at Tacoma. ... OF Jake Smolinski,
1), matching his season Kelvin Herrera finished for his 26th save eight hits and four runs in four innings of on the disabled list since March 30 recover-
high with three hits. in 29 chances after allowing Ryon Healy’s his first career start against Kansas City, ing from right shoulder surgery, isn’t
Then Gordon delivered two-out infield single. striking out two and walking three. expected to be able to play in the outfield
his second run-scoring Duffy’s winless stretch reached four out- until “well into September,” manager Bob
single of the series ings since a victory at Detroit on July 25. Minor league trade Melvin said.
finale. The left-hander earned his first major league
Oakland’s Matt The A’s acquired lefty Sam Moll from
Chapman hit a tying two-
win at Oakland on June 14, 2011, and has
Colorado for a player to be named later or
Up next
never lost to the A’s — 3-0 in seven career
Matt Chapman run homer in the eighth
against Brandon Maurer
appearances and six starts — but hasn’t cash then optioned him to Triple-A Athl eti cs : Following Thursday’s day
beaten them since April 10, 2012. Nashville. Oakland added right-hander off, LHP Sean Manaea (8-7, 4.59) starts at
(1-1), who wound up the winner. Marcus Semien hit a two-run homer in the Chris Hatcher to the 25-man roster and he Houston on Friday looking to end a five-
Lorenzo Cain hit a two-run homer in the third and Oakland got back in it on Jed made his A’s debut in the sixth inning, a day start winless stretch in which he’s 0-2 since
fourth and Danny Duffy struck out eight after coming to Oakland in a trade from the beating Cleveland on July 16.

O-line moving on without Penn
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS spent the past three weeks trying to get
veteran Marshall Newhouse comfortable
NAPA — Raiders offensive line coach Mike Tice hasn’t playing left tackle while Penn is missing
spent much time wondering if or when left tackle Donald Penn and getting Vadal Alexander ready at right
will end his holdout. tackle, a position the team originally
With the season opener three weeks away, Tice is more con- signed Newhouse to play.
cerned with who is in camp. “Where I’m at right now is I have to get
In a strange way, Tice believes the Raiders may have bene- us ready to go out and beat Tennessee (on
fited from Penn’s absence. Sept. 10),” Tice said. “Right now I have
“It’s always good when you’re develop- Donald Penn Marshall on the left and Vadal on the
ing depth,” Tice said Wednesday following right. That’s what we have. I can’t sit here
the Raiders’ midafternoon practice. and wonder when DP’s going to come
“We’ve had some days where we had to back. Right now I’ve moved forward with
make it happen with 10 or 11 (linemen). Marshall’s on the left and Vadal’s on the
When you have that, you have the ability, right. That’s the reality right now. I can’t
you have the opportunity, to develop your think there’s going to be something else
depth, so in the long run it’s actually a there until it’s there.”
good thing.” One player in camp who has caught
A two-time Pro Bowl pick, Penn partici- Tice’s attention is Ian Silberman, a sixth-
Mike Tice pated in the Raiders’ entire offseason pro- round pick of the San Francisco 49ers in
gram but has been holding out during Ian Silberman 2015 who spent part of last season on the
training camp in hopes of getting a new contract. The 34- Raiders’ practice squad.
year-old signed a two-year deal last offseason and is scheduled Silberman started at center and played every snap during
to earn $5.8 million in base salary for 2017. Oakland’s preseason game against Arizona last week. It’s a
Penn is seeking a pay raise that would put him among the position Silberman had little to no experience at before this
top 10 for offensive linemen and believes the Raiders should year.
pony up after signing right guard Gabe Jackson to a $56 mil- “He’s probably been the biggest story on the line the whole
lion, five-year extension this offseason. Oakland already has training camp,” Tice said. “He had one mental (mistake), and
lucrative deals with center Rodney Hudson ($44.5 million the mental he had he stepped with the wrong foot. I’m very
over five years) and left tackle Kelechi Osemele ($58.5 mil- proud of him. He’s a determined kid. He’s been cut before and
lion, five years).
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Mayweather, McGregor to use smaller gloves
By Tim Dahlberg “I don’t believe he will probably be early.” but quickly agreed to Mayweather’s chal-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS McGregor will be in a boxing ring for the lenge on social media to fight in smaller
makes it our of the first time as a pro when he takes on gloves.
LAS VEGAS — Floyd Mayweather Jr. and second round. I do Mayweather, who is coming out of retire- UFC chief Dana White echoed McGregor
ment for a fight that will make him tens of in saying the smaller gloves will make a
Conor McGregor got their wish to fight in not see him millions of dollars. They will fight under difference in the fight.
smaller gloves, but not before being chas-
tised by a Nevada boxing official for using
absorbing blows boxing rules, which will be enforced by “It affects the fight big time,” White said.
the issue to hype their fight later this in the first two Byrd, a veteran of many championship
fights.
“When we were in our original negotiations
it was something they would not even talk
month.
Conor McGregor
rounds.” “The referee makes a big difference in this about. I don’t know what changed but I’m
Nevada boxing regulators on Wednesday fight, which is the specific reason I chose glad it did. It makes it so much more fun.”
gave the two fighters an exemption to a rule Robert Byrd,” said Bob Bennett, the com- Commissioners said they struggled with
requiring 10-ounce gloves for fights at 154 pounds and the bout is set for 154 pounds.
mission’s executive director. making an exception to regulations in
pounds, approving 8-ounce gloves for the But Mayweather has worn 8-ounce gloves
Commissioners also approved Burt place since 2006, but decided to approve the
Aug. 26 bout. Representatives of both most of his career, and McGregor has worn
Clements and Dave Moretti of the United waiver because of the unusual nature of the
fighters appeared before the Nevada State 4-ounce gloves in his UFC fights.
States and Italy’s Guido Cavalleri as judges event.
Athletic Commission to request the waiver. McGregor said the gloves will only speed
up the end of the fight, which he earlier pre- for the bout. McGregor’s camp had asked for “The fight is not normal,” said commis-
Commissioners also approved veteran an international judge among the three. sioner Sandra Morgan.
referee Robert Byrd as the third man in the dicted wouldn’t last four rounds.
“I believe now that gloves are eight Byrd will be paid $25,000 for the bout, John Hornewer, an attorney for
ring for the fight. while the judges will make $20,000. Mayweather, said the unbeaten boxer would
Commission Chairman Anthony Marnell ounces I don’t believe he makes it out of the
second round,” McGregor said. “I do not see The glove issue took up much of the com- likely not be at the 154-pound limit at the
said he was comfortable with the fighters mission meeting, though in the end all fight weigh-in anyway.
using smaller gloves, but unhappy that him absorbing the blows in the first two
rounds.” voted in favor of the smaller gloves. There “He’ll be 150 pounds. That’s his best
they used the issue to sell the fight on was also discussion about the padding in the weight and there’s no reason to put on extra
social media. Mayweather’s promoter, Leonard Ellerbe,
said his fighter is also more comfortable in gloves, with both sides agreeing to be weight,” Hornewer said.
“I do not like the Nevada State Athletic bound by Nevada boxing inspectors A McGregor representative said his fight-
smaller gloves and would use them to stop
Commission being used as a pawn in a approving the foam padding. er has been about 160 pounds in training
McGregor.
social media battle,” Marnell said. Mayweather has fought 46 of his 49 camp and would likely enter the ring some-
“The fight is going to end in a knockout,
Under Nevada regulations, 10-ounce I’m very confident,” Ellerbe said. “And it fights with 8-ounce gloves, including his where around that weight after making the
gloves are required in fights above 147 last six. McGregor has never boxed before, 154-pound limit the day before.

Madrid tops Barcelona without Ronaldo to win Super Cup
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS winners, Madrid also beat Manchester United sure, lost ball after ball in its own half, and made Madrid work in defense.
to win the European Super Cup last week. clearly missed Neymar’s presence on the left
MADRID — Real Madrid beat Barcelona 2- But despite having five midfielders,
Barcelona struggled to score for a second flank to start quick attacks.
0 to complete a 5-1 victory on aggregate in Barcelona never established control. A bad
match since the shocking departure of Neymar The only bright spot on another long night pass by Mascherano almost led to a goal from
the Spanish Super Cup on Wednesday, domi- on a world-record transfer to Paris Saint- for Barcelona was the positive contribution of
nating its fiercest rival without the need of Vazquez, who hit the post in the 33rd.
Germain. The closest it went to scoring was Roberto, who provided the only consistent
Cristiano Ronaldo or Gareth Bale. Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez hitting the attacking spark besides Messi. That was just a warning of was about to
Marco Asensio and Karim Benzema provid- woodwork in the second half after the title was Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane also rested come when Sergio Busquets lost another ball
ed the goals in the second already in Madrid’s grasp. Francisco “Isco” Alarcon and Casemiro, along near Barcelona’s area. Madrid left back
leg for a Madrid side that “Our first 20 minutes were magnificent,” with Bale. Luka Modric was back from sus- Marcelo pounced by sending a low cross into
showed every ounce of Madrid defender Dani Carvajal said. “We ran pension and outplayed all of Barcelona’s mid- the area, when Benzema twisted around Samuel
confidence that Barcelona right over them and they felt overwhelmed.” fielders. Umtiti and swept in his goal.
sorely lacked.
After seeing his team be soundly beaten on Asensio picked up right where he had left Valverde gave Nelson Semedo his debut for
While Bale was rested
its home pitch in his debut with the team on the first leg, stunning goalkeeper Marc-Andre the club in the 50th when he replaced Gerard
on the bench, Ronaldo
Sunday, Barcelona’s new coach Ernesto ter Stegen with a long strike that floated over- Pique, and shifted back to a four-man defense.
watched the game from the
Valverde decided to revamp both his starting head before landing in the net.
Santiago Bernabeu stands It took almost an hour for Messi to finally
11 and its formation. Asensio earned a place in Zidane’s starting
as he completed the first produced Barcelona’s first serious threat when
Marco Asensio game of a five-match ban He ditched Barcelona’s classic 4-3-3 forma- 11 after going on as a substitute on Sunday he forced Keylor Navas to palm his shot onto
for pushing the referee tion for a 3-5-2, with only Messi and Suarez and capping Madrid’s victory by scoring a the bar in the 53rd.
who sent him off in Sunday’s 3-1 first-leg up front. Neymar had accompanied them for 90th-minute goal with a long shot that Ter
win. the past four seasons before he bolted for PSG. Stegen failed to stop. Suarez headed a rebound of Messi’s strike
Asensio filled in perfectly for Madrid’s star, Valverde also gave starts to midfielders The 21-year-old forward started the second parried by Navas off the upright in the 71st.
scoring five minutes into the match for his Andre Gomes and Sergi Roberto and defender leg with a similar superb strike, bending a The striker finished the match favoring his
second goal in the season’s curtain raiser. Javier Mascherano, in place of Sunday’s left-footed shot from well outside the area over right knee after running into Navas.
Benzema added a second goal in the 39th after starters Aleix Vidal, Gerard Deulofeu and the a flatfooted Ter Stegen. Madrid starts its defense of its Spanish
Lucas Vazquez had already hit the post for the injured Andres Iniesta. Messi took over 10 minutes to finally touch league title on Sunday at Deportivo La
hosts. It didn’t matter. the ball, and once he did Barcelona showed Coruna, while Barcelona will try to rebound at
Last season’s Liga and Champions League Barcelona had no answer for Madrid’s pres- signs of life with two Messi-led attacks that home against Real Betis.
14 Thursday • Aug. 17, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

RAIDERS LOUNGE
bring home a world championship and that Belmont city hall is located at 1 Twin
trumps any kind negativity that could be Pines Lane.
associated with a television broadcast. ***
Continued from page 11 What people should be worrying about For the first time in program history, the
Continued from page 12
when it comes to the LLWS is the distance Menlo College men’s soccer team will open
of the fences. They need to push those walls the season with a top-25 ranking.
he’s determined not to be released again.” serious problem. But when you’re talking back because today’s Little Leaguer hits
Silberman is still a longshot to make the about the best teams in the nation and the The Oaks, which had a program-best 15-
bombs with little trouble. Homers at this 5-1 record in 2016 and finished 25th in the
team’s 53-man roster — Hudson is the starter world, they deserve to have a little extra level used to be the exception, now they are
and Jon Feliciano, who missed the first two attention thrown their way. nation at the end of last season, enters the
the rule. Much like the pros, the Little 2017 campaign ranked No. 22 in the nation
weeks of camp with a knee issue, is the back- As for whether or not this kind of atten- League game has become one of home runs
up. Still Silberman enhanced his value and tion can go to the heads of young players, I in the National Association of
and the fences used in South Williamsport Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) poll.
increased his odds with what he showed think today’s Little League players are a lot –  and anywhere else for that matter —  are
against the Cardinals. more savvy than those from a generation There are a handful of local players on the
having a hard time containing players who
“I was just worried about not snapping over ago. Given YouTube, social media and soci- Oaks’ roster this season, including: Alex
are bigger, faster and stronger, and who use
the quarterback’s head the first play,” ety’s love of sharing even the most mun- Avila (Redwood City, Serra), Jon Cano
bats that weigh as much as toothpicks.
Silberman said. “I know being a backup in dane circumstances, kids nowadays are used (Redwood City, Serra), Brett Fitzpatrick
***
this league and trying to find your way, you to being on camera. (Belmont, Carlmont), Juan Mendoza
The Bel-Mateo U14 All-Star baseball
have to be as versatile as possible. Coach Besides, it’s all an event and who doesn’t (Redwood City, Woodside), Evan Snodgrass
team will receive a proclamation from the
Tice is really good with technique.” love an event? Just let the kids play and (San Mateo, Hillsdale), and Danny Soria
Belmont Mayor and City Council at 7 p.m.
Notes: First-round draft pick Gareon don’t worry about their future mental state. (Redwood City).
Tuesday at Belmont city hall following
Conley remained a spectator in practice but It won’t be the fact they were on television their tremendous summer season.
spent time afterward catching passes from a when they were young that messes them up. The Bel-Mateo U14 All-Stars captured the
Juggs machine. . Tice revealed that seventh- For many of the players in the LLWS, it’s District 6 title and went on to win the state Nathan Mollat can be reached by email:
round draft pick Jylan Ware suffered a concus- nathan@smdailyjournal.com or by phone: 344-
a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. championship to qualify for the regional 5200 ext. 117. You can follow him on Twitter
sion earlier in the camp. Television or no, these teams are looking to tournament, where it was eliminated. @CheckkThissOutt.

LLWS
Hills is one of two teams returning to the • Fairfield, Connecticut (New England) vs. • Australia vs. Japan on Friday: This game
series for a second straight year, along with Jackson, New Jersey (Mid-Atlantic) on is expected to showcase the offensive fire-
Emilia Little League from Italy. That could Thursday: The highest-scoring offense power on the international side of regional
Continued from page 11 be an advantage because they’ve already among United States teams, New Jersey will
experienced the hype. play. Japan outscored its opponents 53-6 in
try to hand Connecticut its first loss this
“They’re so excited to be here,” Shaw regionals, showing it can dominate both at
(regional) tournament, we didn’t rely on the summer as Fairfield won each of its 18
said. “They’re one team that just likes to games. New Jersey has a connection with the plate and on the mound.
home run. We just relied on batting for aver-
relax, and they want to have fun. I think New York Yankees third baseman and 1998
age, looking to hit the ball in the gaps.”
they should be having enough fun so the Little League World Series Champion Todd
“We look to hit the ball hard. If the ball nerves won’t really take over.”
goes out, it’s an extra bonus,” Shaw said. Frazier, who played for Toms River, New
Australia averaged 12. 3 runs per game Jersey. Both Jackson and Toms River are in
across seven regional games, third best
Looking ahead the Ocean County and this team’s players
Matt Martell is a journalism student at Penn State.
Penn State is partnering with The Associated Press
among international teams behind Canada Two key matchups are coming up in the have honed their skills in practice with to supplement coverage of the 2017 Little League
and Japan. opening days of the tournament. Frazier and his two brothers. World Series.

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Ageless Brady not Boston
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W
69
L
51
Pct
.575
GB

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division

Washington 71
W L
47
Pct
.602
GB

East
NFL PRESEASON
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
W L T Pct PF PA

slowing down at 40
N.Y. Jets 1 0 0 1.000 7 3
New York 64 55 .538 4 1/2 Miami 58 61 .487 13 1/2 Miami 1 0 0 1.000 23 20
Tampa Bay 60 62 .492 10 New York 53 65 .449 18 New England 0 1 0 .000 24 31
Atlanta 53 65 .449 18 Buffalo 0 1 0 .000 10 17
Baltimore 59 62 .488 10 1/2
Toronto 58 62 .483 11 Philadelphia 43 75 .364 28 South
Central Division Central Division W LT Pct PF PA
By Kristie Rieken game on Saturday in Houston. Cleveland 65 52 .556 — Chicago 63 56 .529 — Jacksonville 1 00 1.000 31 24
Milwaukee 63 59 .516 1 1/2 Tennessee 0 10 .000 3 7
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The teams went through more Kansas City 61 59 .508 5 1/2 Houston 0 10 .000 17 27
St. Louis 61 59 .508 2 1/2 Indianapolis 0 10 .000 10 24
Minnesota 59 58 .504 6
than two hours of practice on Pittsburgh 58 62 .483 5 1/2
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, Detroit 53 67 .442 13 1/2
Wednesday before Brady had a Cincinnati 50 71 .413 14 North
Chicago 45 71 .388 19 1/2 West Division W LT Pct PF PA
W.Va. — Training camp is easier long talk with former teammate West Division Baltimore 1 00 1.000 23 3
Los Angeles 84 34 .712 —
for Tom Brady at age 40 than it was turned Houston defensive coordi- Houston 74 46 .617 — Colorado 67 53 .558 18
Cincinnati 1 00 1.000 23 12
Pittsburgh 1 00 1.000 20 12
when he entered the NFL in 2000. nator Mike Vrabel. Afterward he Los Angeles 62 59 .512 12 1/2 Arizona 66 54 .550 19 Cleveland 1 00 1.000 20 14
Brady, who turned 40 on Aug. 3, Seattle 61 61 .500 14 San Diego 54 66 .450 31
spoke about how he feels as he Texas 59 60 .496 14 1/2 West
was asked how Giants 48 74 .393 38
prepares for another season with A’s 53 68 .438 21 1/2 W LT Pct PF PA
camp with the Denver 1 00 1.000 24 17
the defending Super Bowl champi- Wednesday’s Games Raiders 0 10 .000 10 20
New England ons. Wednesday’s Games L.A. Angels 3, Washington 2 Kansas City 0 10 .000 17 27
L.A. Chargers 0 10 .000 17 48
Patriots is dif- Cleveland at Minnesota, ppd. Miami 8, San Francisco 1
ferent for him “I’m never sore,” he said. “I L.A. Angels 3, Washington 2 Milwaukee 7, Pittsburgh 6 NATIONAL CONFERENCE
now that he’s could practice every day. I could Kansas City 7, Oakland 6 San Diego 3, Philadelphia 0 East
Seattle 7, Baltimore 6 Boston 5, St. Louis 4 W L T Pct PF PA
one of the older practice twice a day if they’d let us N.Y. Yankees 5, N.Y. Mets 3 Dallas 1 1 0 .500 30 31
Toronto 3, Tampa Bay 2 N.Y. Giants 0 1 0 .000 12 20
players in the do that. But that’s not the way it Boston 5, St. Louis 4 Chicago Cubs 7, Cincinnati 6 Philadelphia 0 1 0 .000 9 24
league. goes anymore.” N.Y. Yankees 5, N.Y. Mets 3 Houston 9, Arizona 5 Washington 0 1 0 .000 3 23
Texas 12, Detroit 6 Colorado 17, Atlanta 2
“I think it’s a But he and the Patriots got in Chicago White Sox at L.A. Dodgers, late South
Tom Brady lot easier for plenty of work against the Texans
Houston 9, Arizona 5
Thursday’s Games
W LT Pct PF PA
Chicago White Sox at L.A. Dodgers, late Carolina 1 00 1.000 27 17
me now than on Wednesday, and Brady liked the Thursday’s Games Arizona (Corbin 9-11) at Houston (Fiers 7-7),11:10 a.m. Atlanta 0 10 .000 20 23
Cincinnati (Feldman 7-7) at Cubs (Lester 8-7),11:20 a.m. New Orleans 0 10 .000 14 20
it’s ever been,” he said. “I feel like challenge of facing a defense led Cleveland(Clevinger6-4)atMinnesota(Berrios10-5),10:10a.m.
Atlanta (Sims 0-3) at Colorado (Hoffman 6-4),12:10 p.m. Tampa Bay 0 10 .000 12 23
my routine’s better than it’s ever by star defensive end J.J. Watt. Arizona (Corbin 9-11) at Houston (Fiers 7-7),11:10 a.m.
St.Louis (Wainwright 12-5) at Pitt (Taillon 7-5),4:05 p.m. North
Tampa (Archer 8-7) at Toronto (Rowley 1-0),1:07 p.m. Yankees (Severino 9-5) at Mets (Matz 2-6), 4:10 p.m.
been. When you’re younger you “There are so many good players Yankees (Severino 9-5) at Mets (Matz 2-6), 4:10 p.m.
W LT Pct PF PA
Washington (Jackson 3-2) at S.D. (Chacin 11-8),7:10 p.m. Green Bay 1 00 1.000 24 9
don’t know what to do, and after out there on that field,” Brady said. White Sox (Lopez 0-0) at Texas (Ross 3-2), 5:05 p.m. Philly (Nola 9-7) at Giants (Samardzija 7-12), 7:15 p.m. Detroit 1 00 1.000 24 10
17 years, going on my 18th year I Friday’s Games Minnesota 1 00 1.000 17 10
“They were the first-ranked Friday’s Games Chicago 0 10 .000 17 24
know what to do. I know how to Toronto at Chicago Cubs, 11:20 a.m. Toronto at Chicago Cubs, 11:20 a.m.
defense in the league last year. It’s L.A. Angels at Baltimore, 4:05 p.m. West
prepare.” St. Louis at Pittsburgh, 4:05 p.m.
just tough to move the ball ... it’s L.A. Dodgers at Detroit, 4:10 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at Detroit, 4:10 p.m. W LT Pct PF PA
Brady and the Patriots wrapped just good getting some work in, N.Y. Yankees at Boston, 4:10 p.m. Miami at N.Y. Mets, 4:10 p.m.
L.A. Rams 1 00 1.000 13 10
Seattle 1 00 1.000 48 17
up their second day of practice some real competitive work. They Seattle at Tampa Bay, 4:10 p.m. Cincinnati at Atlanta, 4:35 p.m. 49ers 1 00 1.000 27 17
with the Houston Texans in West Chicago White Sox at Texas, 5:05 p.m. Arizona at Minnesota, 5:10 p.m. Arizona 1 10 .500 38 30
made their fair share of plays. We Arizona at Minnesota, 5:10 p.m. Milwaukee at Colorado, 5:40 p.m.
Virginia on Wednesday in prepara- made our fair share, so it was a fun Washington at San Diego, 7:10 p.m.
Saturday, Aug. 19
Oakland at Houston, 5:10 p.m. L.A. Rams at Oakland, 7 p.m.
tion for their second preseason couple of days.” Cleveland at Kansas City, 5:15 p.m. Philadelphia at San Francisco, 7:15 p.m. Denver at San Francisco, 7 p.m.

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Sports briefs camp that both sides seeing some looks you haven’t seen from

Seahawks sign CB PRACTICE
Continued from page 11
know each other’s plays.
Lynch said he’d like to
do even more of these,
your guys, a little different looks,” Lynch
said. “You go through it and you go after
practice and watch the tape of it and get a
Tramaine Brock to help secondary possibly next summer, better understanding.”
RENTON, Wash. — The Seattle Seahawks once the team has coach
day one with only one skirmish coming Kyle Shanahan’s sys- NOTES: John Lynch said he believes
have added depth to their secondary by sign- after San Francisco rookie safety Adrian
ing former San Francisco starting corner- tems completely players have the right to protest the nation-
Colbert delivered a hard hit on Denver tight installed. al anthem but he doesn’t believe in it. San
back Tramaine Brock. end Steven Scheu after a catch over the mid-
Seattle added Brock to its roster John Lynch “You’re going up with Francisco had several players, including
dle early in practice. something that’s not former quarterback Colin Kaepernick,
Wednesday, a day after Niners general manager John Lynch and
meeting with him. scripted, ” Lynch said. “It’s completely protest last year but everyone stood in the
Broncos coach Vance Joseph helped break unscripted. You don’t know everything
Brock started 31 of 32 first exhibition game this season.
it up and San Francisco pulled Colbert for a they’re doing. It’s true competition. It’s
games over the past two bit to calm things down as Lynch talked to “Personally when I see that, I think that’s
seasons for the 49ers, but really as close to a game as possible.” divisive,” Lynch said. “And I understand
Joseph and Denver counterpart John Elway. Competing against an unfamiliar defense
was released during the “Both coaches handled their teams really guys see things and they’re not happy.
offseason after he was was a good test for Denver second-year quar-
well,” Lynch said. “We had one little scuffle They have that right. And I think we’ll
arrested and accused of terback Paxton Lynch, who is competing
but I’ve never seen one of these joint prac- with Trevor Siemian for the starting role. always respect people’s rights. That does-
hitting a woman he was tices where you haven’t. I thought it was n’t mean I believe that. ” . . . 49ers LB
dating. Brock was Siemian started the exhibition opener
Tramaine Brock charged with felony very professional on both sides. Really last week against Chicago and Lynch will Donavin Newsom, who was hospitalized
productive work. We were thrilled with it.” get the chance this week. Lynch also got last week with a concussion from a hard hit
domestic violence in June, but those Lynch said he likes the dynamic of a joint in practice, has been waived with an injury
charges were dismissed last week by the the bulk of the work with the first-team
practice, saying it heightens intensity and offense in practice and had an up-and-down designation and will be placed on injured
Santa Clara County district attorney’s office gives both teams the chance to work performance. reserve once he clears waivers. ... Hall of
after the office said there was insufficient against different looks after getting so used
evidence to proceed with the case because “It’s pretty different going against a team Famer Warren Sapp, a teammate of Lynch’s
to their own offense and defense during like them for the first time this week and in Tampa Bay, attended practice.
the accuser declined to cooperate.

Padres pitcher Jered Weaver
GIANTS
Catcher’s interference on Nick Hundley Trainer’s room
and an error by shortstop Brandon Crawford
retires after 12-year career helped the Marlins score three unearned in Gi ants : 2B Joe Panik was placed on the
SAN DIEGO — Padres right-hander Jered the first. seven-day concussion disabled list retroac-
Continued from page 11
Weaver announced his retirement before San “Matt just had some horrible luck in that tive to Monday after he was hit in the head
Diego played the Philadelphia Phillies on inning,” manager Bruce Bochy said. during a home-plate collision Sunday
Wednesday. hit under his left arm by a 91-mph pitch in
the second, tapped out to the pitcher in the Tomas Telis hit a two-out, two-run double, against the Washington Nationals. ... INF
Weaver, a three-time All-Star, battled and added an RBI single in the third. Miguel Gomez (right knee) will go on a
health issues since signing with the Padres fourth, grounded out to short with the bases
loaded to end the fifth and singled in the Jose Urena (11-5) limited the Giants to an rehab assignment with Single-A San Jose
in the offseason. The 12-year veteran, who and is expected to play Thursday and Friday
spent the bulk of his career with the Los eighth. His average rose to .287. unearned run in five innings. Urena said the
“If I have good at-bats, it’s a good day for Marlins were waiting for a homer every before being activated with the Giants on
Angeles Angels, had a lifetime mark of 150- Saturday. ... RHP Johnny Cueto (blisters) is
98 with a 3.63 ERA. In seven postseason me,” he said. “I ain’t going to hit a homer time Stanton batted, and predicted the slug-
45 games straight.” ger’s long-ball binge will resume soon. scheduled to throw another bullpen session
appearances, he was 2-1 with a 2.60 ERA. Friday.
“I’ve decided to step away from baseball,” Cain (3-10) fell to 0-9 in his past 13 “He’s going to hit 60,” Urena said in
Weaver, 34, said in a release. “While I’ve starts. He allowed five runs, two earned, in Spanish. “I hope he hits 61 and 62.”
been working hard to get back on the four innings. Up next
mound, my body just will not allow me to His biggest achievement: He retired Hardball
compete like I want to.” Stanton twice. Gi an t s : RHP Jeff Samardzija (7-12,
Weaver (0-5, 7.44) struggled in his last “I tried to mix it up, change speeds,” Cain Marlins right-hander Brian Ellington 4.74) is scheduled to start Thursday against
start on May 19 against the Arizona said. “He has been pretty comfortable, so I struck out four in two scoreless innings. the Philadelphia Phillies when the Giants
Diamondbacks. He recorded two outs in sur- tried to keep him off balance, and I did a His final three pitches reached 100 mph as start a seven-game homestand. Samardzija
rendering seven runs and five hits. pretty good job of that.” he fanned Hunter Pence. is 1-4 with an 8.67 ERA against the Phils.

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Transforming a home office
into a creative ‘sweet spot’
By Lisa A. Fram think that creative is a very broad term.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS You could make an argument that account-
ing could be creative. It’s really kind of
Desha Peacock believes that everyone what you’re interested in and what your
should have their own space at home passion is, and paying attention to that.
where they can do the work that brings AP: What i s a “s weet s po t” and
them joy. what i s a “s weet s po t s pace”?
The author of “Create the Style You PEACOCK: It’s what lights you up. My
Crave on a Budget You Can Afford: The sweet spot is doing creative work that I
Sweet Spot Guide to Home Decor” love and getting paid very well for it. The
(Skyhorse Publishing, 2014) is out with a sweet spot space is creating a space that
new book that focuses on creative work- allows you to be fully who you are.
spaces. AP: Do es ev ery bo dy need a s pace
“It’s really important when you’re doing o f thei r o wn?
creative work that you have a beautiful PEACOCK: Everybody in a household
place ... so that can enhance the work that needs to have a sweet spot nook or some
you’re meant to do,” says Peacock, 42, little place in their house that’s theirs,
who offers lifestyle and small-business whether it’s a whole room or whether it’s a
coaching through her company, Sweet corner or whether it’s just a little piece of
Spot Style. Her new book is “Your a wall. It allows more freedom to create
Creative Work Space, The Sweet Spot and it just allows you to feel, well, free.
Style Guide to Home Office + Studio AP: What are the mo s t i mpo rtant To offer inspiration, Desha Peacock profiles creative women about the work they do and
Decor” (Skyhorse). i ng redi ents o f a ho me o ffi ce o r s tu- where they do it.
To offer inspiration, she profiles cre- di o ?
ative women about the work they do and PEACOCK: The main thing for every-
where they do it. The book is organized body, regardless of what you’re doing, is
into chapters that include the home office, light. Sunlight is really important. If you
the studio, working in tiny spaces and can’t have natural lighting, then use good
working from anywhere. lights that aren’t fluorescent, and lights
“It takes kind of a spiritual twist to that can actually enhance your mood, and
home decor, and how your space can really mirrors because mirrors reflect light.
influence your life and your creative AP: Befo re the eas e o f wo rki ng
work,” said Peacock, who works at home remo tel y, a ho me o ffi ce may hav e
in Brattleboro, Vermont, where she lives c o n j ure d i mag e s o f t radi t i o n al
with her husband and 10-year-old daugh- o ffi ce furni ture. What s ho ul d peo -
ter. p l e t h i n k ab o ut n o waday s wh e n
Edited excerpts from AP’s interview t h e y are c re at i n g t h e i r at - h o me
with Peacock: wo rk s pace?
AP: Ho w do phy s i cal s urro undi ng s PEACOCK: More open and airy office
affect o ur wo rk and creati v e o utput? furniture and prettier office furniture. Back
PEACOCK: It’s about being very con- in the day, typically, offices were geared
scious about what you’re putting into that toward men. You think about big, dark
space and how you’re designing it so it mahogany desks. It wasn’t very pretty.
helps you. ... Your space is a direct reflec- Now there’s so many women in the work-
tion of what’s going on in your mind. If force and so many women working virtu-
your space is just complete mess and clut- ally, we really can design more beautiful
ter, it’s going to be hard for you to focus. office spaces and creative work spaces
But if you have literal space, not full of that are just prettier. Think creatively
stuff, then that should clear away some about your storage. Instead of going to
space in your mind so that you can con- Staples and buying a gray filing cabinet,
centrate and allow the creative energy to why not go to the Container Store or go to
come to you. the thrift store or the flea market and just
AP: Is thi s fo r any ki nd o f wo rk — see what calls you?
ev en a fi el d that i s n’t tradi ti o nal l y AP: Yo u do n ’ t l i k e t h e wo rd
s een as creati v e, l i ke, s ay, acco unt- ‘o ffi ce. ’ Why no t?
i ng ? PEACOCK: The word ‘office’ implies
PEACOCK: This book is really geared work and drudgery, and so for me, I would
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SAFETY
important everyone heed caution while beach parking lots and popular scenic

Continued from page 1
driving along the remote coastal high-
way.
“Our goal is to get out there and
enforce all vehicle code violations and
lookouts. And unlike other highways
in the Bay Area, there’s often more
foot, or even hoof, traffic on the
coastal route, Zuno warned.
BELMONT
Continued from page 1
as we know, Highway 1 is a very long
CHP’s Redwood City division is “Always keep an eye out for pedestri-
stretch and it’s very open and people ments, which would go up for review at fall Planning
stepping up enforcement along an, bicyclists and people on horse- Commission and City Council meetings, some three years
like to speed. So hopefully we can get
Highway 1 this weekend in an effort to back. These are things that people after work on the plan updates began.
people to slow down,” Jack said.
reduce motorcycle collisions and deter aren’t always used to seeing on other Resident Kevin Burke expressed concern the proposed
Between the southern San Mateo
dangerous driving. While the scenic highways,” Zuno said.
County border and the Devil’s Slide changes would make way for more jobs in the city than
coastal highway offers pristine ocean tunnel, Highway 1 has experienced 16 “Please be aware, ” Zuno told housing units. Burke said he and other renters have felt ris-
views and is a popular draw for those injury collisions and one fatality over motorists. “Just do everything you can ing rents in Belmont would only get worse as neighboring
looking to escape the summer heat, the last two and a half years, Jack said. to make sure you go home and that Peninsula cities adopt plans similarly favoring office
it’s also where a number of injury acci- Throughout CHP’s entire Redwood those around you go home.” space over housing units. 
dents have occurred in recent years. City area — which on the Bayside “It’s really not clear where those extra people are going
On Saturday, Aug. 19, additional Jack said CHP would be out Saturday
spans south of Millbrae to the border to live and commute from,” he said, of the potential for the
CHP officers will be deployed as part with extra patrols looking for distract-
of San Mateo County — in 2015 alone plans to add employees.
of a local safety enforcement opera- ed drivers, people speeding and any
there were 75 injury traffic collisions Having seen friends and family members move away
tion coinciding with the National other safety concerns. With drivers
involving motorcyclists, four of from the city as the cost of living has risen, he encouraged
Highway Traffic Safety often making left-hand turns out of
which were fatal, according to CHP. city officials to require additional affordable housing units
Administration’s Summer beach parking lots to head home, she
The Sheriff’s Office, which is in the plans as a way of keeping renters in Belmont.
Mobilization. The effort is supported said it’s important for everyone to
responsible for law enforcement in Diane Bailey, a resident of the city’s Sterling Downs
through a grant, “Have a Good Ride keep their eyes on the road.
Half Moon Bay and unincorporated
III,” which aims to raise awareness neighborhood, said she supported the increase in down-
coastside communities, is also urging “It’s important to have a visual hori-
about safety at a time when many summer travelers to heed caution while town density included in the plans, adding she has often
zon. People tend to look straight in
motorcyclists are cruising the coast, driving. front of their cars and don’t look ahead opted to visit nearby cities’ downtowns because she felt
according to CHP. “Because of the coastside and the enough in the roadway to see traffic Belmont’s center lacked a true downtown.
“If the sun is shining and it’s not too amount of over the weekend tourists pulling out or bicyclists or motorcy- “We would like to see more density downtown and I think
foggy out there, people like to get on and traffic, we have zero tolerance for clists,” Jack said. “Just don’t be too this plan’s a great start,” she said.
their bikes and go out and ride,” said distract drivers, people using their distracted. A lot of people are driving She said she hoped city officials would consider increas-
CHP office Amelia Jack. phones or driving in any unsafe man- and looking over at the ocean at the ing the density even further to accommodate more housing
But whether you’re riding a motorcy- ner,” Zuno said. same time — it doesn’t work. There’s units at a mix of affordability levels above downtown retail
cle or a bicycle or are behind the wheel The primarily two-lane winding plenty of beaches to pull over to and stores.
of the family car, Jack noted it’s coastal Highway 1 leads to various get a good look.” “We do need to our part to alleviate the housing crunch,”
Bailey said.
Mary Morrissey Parden, a board member of the Belmont
Chamber of Commerce, said she hoped the plans, especial-
ly those outlining a vision for the city’s downtown, would
loosen development standards and allow for more aesthetic
diversity in downtown structures.
Annette Garcia, who started skating in Belmont as a
child, asked city officials to consider making provisions
for specific types of recreation, such as ice skating, in the
plans. From years of experience as a skating instructor,
Garcia said she learned skating offers a rich extracurricular
activity for many students who don’t identify with other
sports.
“I know recreation is an important part of planning a
city,” she said. “If you don’t have recreation for people of
all ages, you have unhappy people.”
Though Planning Commissioners withheld comments
on the draft environmental assessment Tuesday, they are
slated to provide feedback in the fall when the documents
come back for adoption, at which time additional public
hearings will be held.

Visit belmont-2035generalplan. com/home for more
information on the efforts to update Belmont’s long-range
plans. Email cdemelo@belmont.gov to submit written
comments on the draft env ironmental assessment before
Friday, Aug. 18.
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ELECTIONS
Continued from page 1
Comment on
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www.smdailyjournal.com Wet weather brings
electing new councilmembers, and seats are
open on the San Mateo-Foster City and San
Carlos elementary school district board of
trustees.
Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, will be one of the
last remaining odd-year races in San Mateo
As a charter city, San Mateo also has a bal-
lot measure to extend council terms by a year
to meet the even-year requirements. Voters
will also consider a second proposed charter
amendment described as a “cleanup” measure
to correct provisions that conflict with state
problems to garden
By Lee Reich over because they can no longer support
County as jurisdictions align with a new law or that are outdated, according to the city. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS themselves. Corn plants standing neatly
statewide law requiring even-year elections. The Burlingame City Council race has like soldiers one day might suddenly, even
Since last Friday’s deadline for incum- been set since last week with three seats A season of rain is as trying as a season with calm air, bow low as if hit by gale-
bents, San Bruno saw the most interest with sought by four candidates. Incumbents of drought. Excess rain creates gooey soil, force winds.
newcomers joining what otherwise would Michael Brownrigg, Ann Keighran and which is no fun for planting if you are a Speaking of lush growth, abundant sum-
have been uncontested elections. San Bruno Ricardo Ortiz will seek re-election while human and no fun for growing if you are a mer rains will also have weeds thriving.
is unique in San Mateo County as voters assistant retail manager Steve Duncan aims plant. And plants will experience less sunlight
decide the mayoral position, unlike other to unseat one of them. Roots need air, and day after day of rain during a wet summer. Less sun means less
local cities where councilmembers rotate as There’s steep competition in the race for can fill all the soil pores with water. The fuel to make delicious tomatoes, peppers,
mayor. Seeking the position are Rico E. three seats on the five-member Foster City- result: Roots have trouble absorbing apples and other fruits.
Medina, a current councilmember, and San Mateo Elementary School District nutrients and even water. You could also blame rainy weather for
Annette Zink, a property manager, accord- Board of Trustees after Bonini, Ed Coady and poor fruiting of peppers and delayed fruit-
ing to records filed with the San Mateo Lory Lorimer Lawson opted not to seek re- HELP FOR CLAY SOILS ing of tomatoes. The effect of rain in these
County Election’s Office. election. Incessant summer rains rarely present a cases is indirect, the result of poor polli-
Three are now seeking two terms on the Those looking to serve the school district problem in soils that are well-cared for or nation.
San Bruno City Council, as candidates include social worker and political activist sandy. In clay soils, waterlogging can be Excessive rains also can bring on pests.
include customer service partner Laura Noelia Corzo, technology executive avoided if they are treated right. Adding Most fungi thrive in moisture. A dramatic
Davis, nonprofit manager Marco Durazo, Alexander Haislip, early education director heaps of organic materials such as com- demonstration of this would be the near-
and information technology manager Rebecca Hitchcock, real estate agent Shiraz post, leaves and straw to clay soils causes leafless crabapple trees frequently seen in
Michael Salazar, according to the Election’s Kanga, certified public accountant Thomas the small clay particles to aggregate into wet summers; moisture-loving scab and
Office. Morgan, management consultant Jacob larger units. Not walking on or working a rust fungi are mostly responsible for these
San Bruno’s deadline was extended after Thiel, and education consultant Shara clay soil also allows aggregation over trees’ fall from their spring glory.
Mayor Jim Ruane opted to step down after Watkins. Foster City Councilman Herb time. Larger aggregates have larger spaces Adequate spacing and pruning promote
nearly eight years as mayor and five years Perez had pulled papers to run for a spot on between them, so well-aggregated clay good air circulation so plants dry more
on the City Council. Vice Mayor Ken Ibarra the school board, but withdrew his applica- soils drain water well, just as water drains quickly, lessening disease problems. Still,
will also not seek re-election, closing a tion to run this week, according to the well from the large pores within sandy the threat is increased during a rainy year.
chapter on his 21-year service on the coun- Election’s Office. soils. Crawling pests may or may not enjoy
cil. Those running this year will only be Four are still seeking three seats on the If conditions are really watery, construct abundant moisture. Needless to say, wet
granted three-year terms, instead of the nor- San Carlos Elementary School District raised beds for vegetables and flowers, and conditions are heavenly for slugs and mos-
mal four years, after the city opted to short- Board of Trustees with incumbents Carol large mounds on which to plant trees and quitos.
en new terms in lieu of extending existing Elliott and Kathleen Farley running against, shrubs. Of course, soil used to build up the
ones, to meet the state’s even-year elections attorney Neil Layton and lawyer Thomas raised beds or mounds should drain well.
TOO WET OR TOO DRY?
requirement. The same will go for the other Vigdal. Although last week’s deadline was If soil conditions are worse still, move I prefer a dry summer to a wet one. The
two council seats when they are up for elec- extended to Wednesday after Nicole your plants somewhere drier. effects of drought can be mitigated by
tion in 2019. Bergeron opted not to seek re-election, no mulching and irrigating, but there’s little
San Mateo voters will be choosing three one else signed on for this year’s race. PROBLEMS EVEN you can do when days of rain cause poor
councilmembers to serve five-year terms, The race was also set last week for the IN WELL-DRAINED SOILS fruiting and an increase in diseases, slugs
assuming they also pass a charter amend- Burlingame School District Board of and mosquitos.
ment designed to meet the state’s require- Trustees with four seeking three seats. Alas, even with perfect drainage, a wet Summer weather in many regions is vari-
ments. With Mayor David Lim opting not to Candidates include Kay Coskey and Davina summer can bring on problems unrelated able, wet one year and dry the next, but
seek re-election, the filing deadline was Drabkin who are seeking re-election, to the soil. Plants might “lodge, ” for there’s something to appreciate either
extended and the pool of candidates has also appointed incumbent Douglas Luftman, and example: Growth is so lush that stems flop way.
grown. scientist Elizabeth Kendall.
Seven are now vying for three seats. Burlingame residents will also have a
Candidates include incumbent Rick Bonilla, quarter-cent sales tax measure to consider.
who’s seeking re-election; Chelsea Bonini, The city has suggested the locally-con-
president of the elementary school board; trolled revenue could be used toward infra-
Mark De Paula, a retired businessman; structure improvements and financing con-
Charlie Drechsler, an arborist and current struction of a new recreation center. As a
city planning commissioner; incumbent general sales tax, it will require a simple
Joe Goethals, a deputy district attorney; majority of voters to approve.
Robert Newsom Jr., a businessman; and Eric
Rodriguez, who runs an education technolo- Visit shapethefuture.org for more informa-
gy company and is vice chair of the plan- tion about the candidates and the Nov. 7
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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ures. rights protests and shifting public Gentle Yoga. 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
New Leaf Community Markets, 150 The Troubadour’s Mustache: A
Kristi Burtis, an orca behaviorist, opinion about orcas being held in cap- San Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. For One-Man Musical Comedy. 10:30
SAN DIEGO — SeaWorld euthanized spent years working with Kasatka. tivity. more information call (831) 464- p.m. Dragon Productions Theatre,
“Although I am heartbroken, I am Tilikum, which sired 14 calves over 7748. 2120 Broadway, Redwood City.
one of the entertainment company’s last Tickets are $17 in advance and $20 at
killer whales to come from the wild, grateful for the special time we had nearly 25 years in Orlando, died of bac- Strategies for Improving Memory the door. For more information email
marking the third orca death this year at together and for the difference she has terial pneumonia in January. and Self Confidence. 11 a.m. to info@dragonproductions.net.
12:30 p.m. Foster City Recreation
one of its marine parks. made for wild orcas by all that we have Tilikum killed trainer Dawn Center, 650 Shell Blvd., Foster City. Dragon Theatre Late Night Line Up
Kasatka died Tuesday evening “sur- learned from her,” Burtis said in a state- Brancheau in Orlando in 2010 by drag- Pre-registration required. For more — Erin Rubin. 10:30 p.m. 2120
information or to register contact Broadway, Redwood City. $17 in
rounded by members of her pod, as well ment. “I adored Kasatka and loved shar- ging her into the pool before shocked 421-2155. advance, $20 at the door. Every ticket
as the veterinarians and caretakers who ing her with millions of people. I will visitors after a “Dine with Shamu” includes one beverage from the con-
miss her very much.” show. Following the trainer’s death, Adult School Community cessions bar. Ages 21 and over. Doors
loved her,” after battling lung disease Infosession. Noon to 1 p.m. South open at around 10 p.m. For more
for years, the company said in a state- SeaWorld has not collected a wild orca criticism of the company intensified San Francisco Adult School, 825 information email tickets@drag-
ment. Veterinarians at its San Diego in nearly 40 years, and most of its orcas with the 2013 release of “Blackfish,” a Southwood Drive, South San onproductions.net.
Francisco. Learn about free adult
park made the difficult decision to euth- were born in captivity. Kasatka was cap- documentary critical of SeaWorld’s orca school class offerings at South San SATURDAY, AUG. 19
anize her after her health started to tured near Iceland in 1978. care that focused on Tilikum. Francisco Adult School and Jefferson Yoga and Self-Healing with Wah.
Adult School. For more information 10 a.m. to noon. New Leaf
decline in recent days despite treatment, Her death comes less than a month Since then, SeaWorld has decided to call 738-7106. Community Markets, 150 San Mateo
which included a custom-built inhaler after a 3-month-old killer whale, named phase out its world-famous killer whale Road, Half Moon Bay. For more infor-
Kyara, born in captivity under performances by 2019. Kids Coding: Rock Blaster. 4 p.m. mation call (831) 464-7748.
that allowed the medicine to go directly South San Francisco Main Library,
to her lungs. SeaWorld’s former orca-breeding pro- SeaWorld has 21 orcas left in the U.S. 840 W. Orange Ave., South San Fall and Winter Gardening. 10 a.m.
She was estimated to be 42 years old gram, died at the company’s San The youngest, Amaya, was born in Francisco. Create a simple computer to noon. Lyngso Garden Materials,
game using SCRATCH. For more Inc., 345 Shoreway Road, San Carlos.
— SeaWorld’s second-oldest orca after Antonio park after suffering from pneu- December 2014. All the orcas are information call 829-3860. This practical class is designed to
Corky, which is believed to be 53. monia. expected to remain on display and avail- give first-time home gardeners
Music On the Plaza. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. hands-on knowledge to successfully
Female orcas typically live about 50 SeaWorld announced the end of its able for researchers for years to come in Lytton Plaza, 202 University Ave., Palo plant a fall veggie garden. For more
years, according to National Oceanic breeding program in March 2016, fol- Orlando, San Diego and San Antonio. Alto. Pride & Jordyn will play music at information call 276-7403.
the plaza. For more information
email russ@paloaltodowntown.com. Peninsula Humane Society and
SPCA Clear the Shelters Adopt-A-

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building materials construction con- section of a construction site one day, Author Talk with Joel Selvin. 6 p.m. Thon. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Peninsula
tractors favor toward prefabricated ele- then moving and installing equipment South San Francisco Library, 840 W. Humane Society & SPCA, 1450 Rollins
ments and energy-efficient technolo- the next. Orange Ave., South San Francisco. Road, Burlingame. Name your own
adoption fees on more than a 100
gies, especially in lighting, have kept Though she started her career work- Regional Premiere of animals including dogs, puppies,
Continued from page 1 cats, kittens, bunnies, reptiles, birds
Barber busy as she designs courses and ing for an escrow and title company, ‘Airswimming.’ 8 p.m. 2120
Broadway, Redwood City. Doors and more. For more information call
labs for aspiring electricians. Barber got the idea to become an elec- open 30 minutes before the show. 340-7022.
Gesturing toward the assortment of But even as newer models of electri- Run time of approximately 95 min-
trician because her husband was one.
wires and dozens of metal and plastic cal equipment promise to streamline utes and will be performed without Redwood City Union Cemetery
When she saw the diversity of projects an intermission. $35 general admis- Tour. 10 a.m. 326 Woodside Road,
pieces once needed to light a room, installation and use energy more effi- Redwood City. Compare and contrast
she could work on and how electricians sion, $27 for student and senior tick-
Barber said bringing new electricians ciently, knowing how they work, and ets. $15 rush tickets. To purchase tick- life in the ‘Wild West’ Redwood City
got to see the start and end of most ets go to dragonproductions.net. For and Victorian Era ideals. For more
in contact with older electronic equip- perhaps more importantly, how they information call 299-0104.
building projects, she became hooked. more information call 493-2006.
ment is critical to ensuring their suc- can be fixed, is another story. Since
cess as professionals, even if the tools Though electricians are tested peri- ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame.’ 8 Summer of Love Film Fest. 10 a.m.
the fundamentals of how electrical odically to ensure they are up to speed p.m. Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E. to 5 p.m. South San Francisco Library,
and materials electricians use are components are powered and con- Hillsdale Blvd. Admission is $35 to 840 W. Orange Ave., South San
evolving. on the latest practices, as an instructor $50. For more information visit hill- Francisco.
trolled can be taught as apprentices of new electricians Barber is constant- b a r n t h e a t re. o rg / 7 7 t h - s e a s o n -
“These are components that up until install older equipment, Barber said become-subscriber. Burlingame on the Avenue. 10 a.m.
four years ago were considered state of ly testing her knowledge of the field. to 6 p.m. Burlingame Avenue,
electricians who only learn what’s She also serves on state committees Burlingame. The Peninsula’s summer
the art,” she said. “And now … we’ll Movies on the Square. 8:15 p.m.
used today miss out on a deeper under- and boards while staying active as a 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. Come arts and entertainment festival is
have to find a way to recycle them or standing of how the equipment they’re to watch ‘Rogue One.’ For more infor- returning to Burlingame Avenue, fea-
toss them because we’re buying all union member. mation call 780-7311. turing hundreds of talented artisans
installing actually works. displaying hand-crafted products.
new components. And that’s how “It becomes simple to install but She said the industry is facing a FRIDAY, AUG. 18 For more information call 344-1735.
quickly it’s moving.” more difficult to understand,” she said, shortage of workers, as the pipeline of Guest Speaker: Barney Wiget. 7:30
a.m. Crystal Springs Golf Course Overeaters Anonymous. 10:15 a.m.
Barber said technology has trans- of newer versions of electrical equip- skilled labor has failed to match the Clubhouse, 6650 Golf Course Drive, to noon. San Carlos Library, 610 Elm
formed the way electricians are trained ment. “We need to show them the old boom of building projects across the Burlingame. Freedom House repre- St., San Carlos. OA meets every
state. sentative Barney Wiget will talk on Saturday. Free and open to the pub-
in the center’s typical five-year pro- stuff.” international and local realities of lic. For more information call 591-
gram. Now, there are smartphone So Barber is pulling out older pieces Though she acknowledged stigmas human trafficking. For more informa- 0341.
applications and online training mod- about skilled labor may still remain, tion call 787-5595.
of equipment alongside apps and com- AARP SSF Chapter Meeting. 10:30
ules geared toward skilled construction puter programs for classes offered four Barber said those hoping to become an Hillsdale Mall Senior Walkers. 9:30 a.m. to noon. 601 Grand Ave., South
electrician in recent years have found a.m. to 10:15 a.m. 60 E. 31st Ave., San San Francisco. Third floor. Guest
workers that didn’t exist when Barber nights a week at the training center she speaker on dementia and
Mateo. Next to Forever 21. Walking
was trained some 30 years ago. One runs with the help of 12 instructors, all the field to be more satisfying and with the group is free. For more infor- Alzheimers. New members welcome.
example is the app San Francisco- challenging than jobs they might mation call 703-4678. For more information call 952-9074.
of whom are active electricians.
based PlanGrid has built to allow con- Though she admits that teaching the have tried in the past. She said many Chess for Adults. 10 a.m. to noon. Spanish Book Club. 11 a.m. to noon.
struction professionals to view blue- old and the new can be a strain on who seek training through the appren- San Carlos Library, 610 Elm St., San Grand Avenue Branch Library, 306
Carlos. Free and open to the public. Walnut Ave., South San Francisco.
prints or collaborate on timelines classroom time, Barber believes stay- ticeship program she runs have years Discuss Latin culture through Latin
For more information call 591-0341.
from anywhere they are doing work on ing on top of both is critical for an of experience in other areas and are authors. For more information call
looking for more fulfilling work. Online Job Searching. 10 a.m. 877-8530.
a construction site. Ross Wagner, who electrician in this day and age. South San Francisco Main Library,
works on a PlanGrid team that trains With 34 years of experience as an “They find out that there is satisfac- 840 W. Orange Ave., South San SONA Live at Burlingame on the
instructors like Barber, said the app Francisco. For more information call Avenues. 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
electrician, Barber knows that versa- tion in doing the hands-on labor of Rock covers performed by SONA. For
829-3860.
has been increasingly used at Bay Area tility is a quality that will keep an elec- starting a project and seeing it to the more information contact dgdrum-
construction sites to cut down on the trician employed despite shifts in end,” she said. “And then knowing Tai Chi. 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. San mer64@gmail.com.
time it takes to coordinate project Carlos Library, 610 Elm St., San Carlos.
technology or economy. that they have contributed to the lega- Tai chi for adults. Free and open to 2015 Pinot Release and Pre-
timelines. “It’s all about your ability to pivot,” cy of who they are as well as to the his- the public. For more information call Harvest Party. Noon to 4 p.m. 2645
591-0341. Fair Oaks Ave., Redwood City. $10
On top of innovations in the tools she said, adding an electrician poring tory of the area that they’re working Entry fee. For more information visit
skilled workers use, a shift in the over blueprints could be managing a in.”  Cubeletes with Dash and Dot. 2 lahondawinery.com.
p.m. Grand Avenue Branch Library,
306 Walnut Ave., South San San Mateo Historic Tour. 1 p.m. 501
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Contact Chef or Sean FIELD SErvICE MECHANIC wanted for your interest in newspapers, a resume 203 Public Notices
NOw HIrINg!!! and three recent clips. Before you ap-
Tues - Sunday forklift maintenance and repairs and NO EXPErIENCE NECESSArY ply, you should familiarize yourself
Chef 1 541 848 0038 Road service tech, Benefits: Company with our publication. Our Web site: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
Do you have a passion STATEMENT #274308
Sean 1 650 592 7258 vehicle, Paid vacation, Medical for hair & beauty? www.smdailyjournal.com.
401K/IRA, company phone. Pay DOE The following person is doing business
1696 Laurel Street, TRAIN IN SALON TO BECOME A as: Anna Sweeney Design, 203 San Be-
Redwood City Location. Contact Matt to HAIRSTYLIST AT BARBERIA SALON Send your information via e-mail to
San Carlos schedule an interview. (650)361-1666 SALES/MArKETINg news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- nito Road, BRISBANE, CA 94005. Reg-
INTErNSHIPS Looking for hard-working, reliable, self- ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- istered Owner: Anna Sweeney Crockett,
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking motivated people who want to become gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 same address. The business is conduct-
HOME CArE AIDES for ambitious interns who are eager to licensed professional hairstylists. ed by an Individual. The registrants
Multiple shifts to meet your needs. Great jump into the business arena with both Award winning & respected salon in commenced to transact business under
NOw HIrINg pay & benefits, Sign-on bonus, 1yr exp feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs Foster City is hiring apprentices. We
will train, promote and help you obtain
the FBN on 5.1.17.
For the following positions: required. Starting at $15 per hour. of the newspaper and media industries. /s/Anna M Sweeney Crockett/
This position will provide valuable your Cosmetology license while work- This statement was filed with the Asses-
Matched Caregivers (650)839-2273,
•Lobby Attendant/Doorman
(408)280-7039 or (888)340-2273 experience for your bright future. ing in our 2 year salon program. No
experience necessary, all languages
rIggEr HELPEr sor-County Clerk on 7/13/2017. (Publish-
Email resume full time, benefits, will train. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
info@smdailyjournal.com and cultures welcome.
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AVAILABLE WED & THU EVENINGS 415-798-0021
and include excellent benefits
At a beautiful Complex in San Mateo
NEEDED SALES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales
Representative needed to sell newspa-
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NOW RECRUITING 203 Public Notices
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
203 Public Notices
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
203 Public Notices
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
ADVERTISING BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGERS STATEMENT #274068
The following person is doing business
STATEMENT #274551
The following person is doing business
STATEMENT #274639
The following person is doing business
as: Wendy Tienken Bookkeeping Serv- as: Sell & Save Real Estate, 1410 B Bur- as: AA Place For Space, 432 Hillcrest
The leading local daily news resource for the SF Peninsula is seeking candidates for its sales team. ices, 1449 Bonnie Court, REDWOOD lingame Ave., BURLINGAME, CA 94010.
Registered Owners: Eric Marenco, 3 Fel-
Rd, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Regis-
tered Owners: Peggy Reinders, same
CITY, CA 94061. Registered Owner: ton Ave., South San Francisco, CA address. The business is conducted by
The successful candidate is a top producer with strong consultative sales skills, with a proven Wendy Alvarado Tienken, same address. 94080. The business is conducted by an an Individual. The registrants com-
The business is conducted by an Individ- Individual. The registrants commenced menced to transact business under the
track record of success in prospecting, business development and client service. You must excel ual. The registrants commenced to to transact business under the FBN on FBN on N/A.
transact business under the FBN on N/A. N/A. /s/Christopher R. Kaye/
in developing integrated marketing campaigns across multiple platforms, including digital, print /s/Wendy Tienken/ /s/Eric Marenco/ This statement was filed with the Asses-
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 8/15/2017. (Publish-
and events. You must be comfortable working with business owners, managing partners, sor-County Clerk on 6/26/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 8/4/2017. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/17/17, 8/24/17, 8/31/17, 9/7/17).
advertising agencies and C-level executives. 7/27/17, 8/3/17, 8/10/17, 8/17/17). 8/17/17, 8/24/17, 8/31/17, 9/7/17).

Prospecting is a key element of this position. You will develop new business and manage the FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #274448
STATEMENT #274541
sales cycle from start to finish: STATEMENT #274504 The following person is doing business
The following person is doing business
The following person is doing business as: 1)ZAAZ Studios 2)Spa Vibes, 118
t*EFOUJGZBOERVBMJGZQSPQFSUBSHFUTUPEFWFMPQJOUPDMJFOUT as: Omega Trucking, 3642 Georgetown
as: AppliedWay Company, 331 Forest
Park Court, PACIFICA, CA 94044. Reg- DeAnza Blvd., SAN MATEO, CA 94402.
Registered Owners: Whole Body Beauty
Ct, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA istered Owners: Christopher R. Kaye,
t$SFBUFBOEEFQMPZBOBDUJWFCBUUFSZPGQSPTQFDUJOHDBMMT GBDFUPGBDFBQQPJOUNFOUT 94080. Registered Owner: Gustavo same address. The business is conduct- & Wellnes Inc., CA. The business is con-
ducted by a Corporation. The registrants
Adolfo Vasquez Montoya, same address. ed by an Individual. The registrants 
OFUXPSLJOHFOHBHFNFOUTPOUIFUBSHFUT The business is conducted by an Individ- commenced to transact business under commenced to transact business under
the FBN on 11-15-16.
ual. The registrants commenced to the FBN on N/A.
t1MBOBOEFYFDVUFCVTJOFTTEFWFMPQNFOUTUSBUFHJFTUPDMPTF transact business under the FBN on /s/Christopher R. Kaye/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
/s/Diane Demattei/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
05/01/2017. sor-County Clerk on 8/3/2017. (Publish-
t%FWFMPQBOENBJOUBJOTUSPOHDMJFOUSFMBUJPOTIJQT /s/Gustavo Adolfo Vasquez Montoya/ sor-County Clerk on 7/26/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
This statement was filed with the Asses- 8/17/17, 8/24/17, 8/31/17, 9/7/17). 8/17/17, 8/24/17, 8/31/17, 9/7/17).
t3FQSFTFOUUIF%BJMZ+PVSOBMBUDPNQBOZTQPOTPSFEBOEDPNNVOJUZFWFOUT sor-County Clerk on 8/1/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
t$POUSJCVUFUPBQPTJUJWFUFBNFOWJSPONFOU 8/3/17, 8/10/17, 8/17/17, 8/24/17).
NOTICE TO BIDDErS
For PALOMA PLAYgrOUND rENOvATION, CITY PrOJ-
To succeed at the Daily Journal, you will need the following: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
ECT NO. 84940, sealed proposals will be received at the office
STATEMENT #274494
t&YQFSJFODFTFMMJOHNFEJBBOEPSTQPOTPSTIJQTBOEJOUFHSBUFENBSLFUJOHDBNQBJHOT The following person is doing business
as: FC Builders Inc, 323 Santa Clara
of the City Clerk, City Hall, 501 Primrose Road, Burlingame,
California, until 2:00 P.M., on Wednesday, September 6, 2017.
t1SPGFTTJPOBMXSJUUFO WFSCBMDPNNVOJDBUJPOBOEJOUFSQFSTPOBMTLJMMT Ave, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061.
Registered Owner: Sergio F. Barbera,
Sealed bids will be publicly opened and read at 2:00 P.M. on
that date in City Hall Conference Room "A", in the City of Bur-
t4USPOHQSFTFOUBUJPOTLJMMT same address. The business is conduct-
ed by a Corporation. The registrants lingame, San Mateo County, California.
commenced to transact business under Specifications covering the work may be obtained by prospec-
t&òFDUJWFUJNFNBOBHFNFOUTLJMMT the FBN on June 19 2017. tive bidders by contacting Karen Hager, City of Burlingame,
/s/Sergio F. Barbera/
t5IFBCJMJUZUPFYDFFEFYQFDUBUJPOTJOBSFTVMUTPSJFOUFEFOWJSPONFOU This statement was filed with the Asses- Management Analyst at 650-558-7317 or email at khager@bur-
sor-County Clerk on 7/31/2017. (Publish- lingame.org or downloaded via pdf on the City website
t&YQFSJFODFJOEJHJUBMTBMFTJTBQMVT ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, www.burlingame.org/palomaplayground.
8/3/17, 8/10/17, 8/17/17, 8/24/17). The City of Burlingame intends to renovate the playground area
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to info@smdailyjournal.com at Paloma Park. Project work would include the following:
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Basic Project: Removal and disposal of play equipment, resil-
STATEMENT #274499 ient play surfacing with concrete slab and other miscellaneous
The following person is doing business demolition and site preparation; grading and drainage; installa-
as: Pollin8, 1040 Tamarack Ave, SAN
Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula

CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered Own- tion of new play equipment, resilient surfacing tiles with con-
er: Emily Heck, same address. The busi- crete slab, accessible picnic table and benches, painting of ex-
ness is conducted by an Individual. The isting fences and gates and drinking fountain and concrete col-
registrants commenced to transact busi- or staining of existing patio.
ness under the FBN on 08/01/2017.
/s/Emily Heck/ Add Alternate: In lieu of concrete color staining of existing pa-
This statement was filed with the Asses- tio, remove and dispose of existing patio and install a new “Do-
sor-County Clerk on 8/1/2017. (Publish- nor” patio including synthetic turf with concrete slab, and a pe-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, rimeter border of donor bricks with concrete banding with inte-
8/3/17, 8/10/17, 8/17/17, 8/24/17). gral color.
All play equipment, site furnishings and duraSAFE rubber play-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME ground tiles will be purchased and furnished by the City of Bur-
STATEMENT #274501 lingame. The Engineer's Estimate for the base project is
The following person is doing business
as: F & M Properties, 1014 Woodside $138,908. The Engineer's Estimate for the Add Alternate Donor
Road # A, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. Patio is $24,900.
Registered Owners: 1)Russell Charles Special Provisions, Specifications and Plans, including prevail-
Kudrov, 2107 Coronet Blvd., Belmont, ing wage rates to be paid in com¬pliance with Section 1773.2
CA 94002 2)Kathi Lyn Petrick, same ad-
dress 3)David Darwin Lemon, 311 Bel- of the California Labor Code and related provisions, may be in-
mont Ave., Redwood City, CA 94061. spected in the office of the City Engineer during normal working
The business is conducted by a Trust. hours at City Hall, 501 Primrose Road, Burlin¬game, California,
The registrants commenced to transact and are also available for review at the State of California De-
business under the FBN on N/A.
/s/Kathi Lyn Petrick/ partment of Industrial Relations' Web site.
This statement was filed with the Asses- A mandatory pre-bid meeting associated with this project will be
sor-County Clerk on 8/1/2017. (Publish- held on Thursday, August 24, 2017 at 11AM, at Paloma Play-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ground, at the corner of Paloma Avenue and Edgehill Drive,
8/3/17, 8/10/17, 8/17/17, 8/24/17). Burlingame, California. The contractor shall possess either a
Class A license or a combination of Class C-8, C-12, C-13 & C-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 28 prior to submitting a bid.
STATEMENT #274258 No contractors and subcontractors may be listed on the
The following person is doing business bid proposal for a public works project unless registered
as: Los Compadres, 116 Grand Ave.,
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. with the Department of Industrial relations pursuant to La-
t%rivFST(requires Commercial Driver License) Registered Owner: Emerita Garcia, 300 bor Code section 1725.5 [with limited exceptions from this re-
quirement for bid purposes only under Labor Code section
tFooE3VOOFST Valley St., Daly City, CA 94014. The
business is conducted by an Individual. 1771.5(a)].
t'ooEPreparFST The registrants commenced to transact
business under the FBN on 7/7/2017. All contractors and subcontractors will be required to fur-
nish electronic certified payroll records directly to the La-
t$PPL /s/Emerita Garcia/
This statement was filed with the Asses- bor Commissioner (aka Division of Labor Standards En-
sor-County Clerk on 7/7/2017. (Publish- forcement).
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, All work specified in this project, shall include the base bid and
8/3/17, 8/10/17, 8/17/17, 8/24/17).
alternate bids shall be completed within 45 (forty five) of
working Days (wD) from date of the Notice to Proceed.
t4hifUProEVcUJPOMBOBHFS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #274591
_______________________
Margaret Glomstad
t&YFDVUJWF"TJBO4PVT$IFG The following person is doing business
as: 1)ACS Custom 2)ACS Custom USA, Date of Posting: 8/15/17 Parks & Recreation Director
t4FOJPS#VZFS 855 Stanton Road, #300, BURLINGAME,
CA 94010. Registered Owner: 1of1
Custom LLC, CA. The business is con-
ducted by a Limited Liability Company.
The registrants commenced to transact
business under the FBN on N/A.
/s/Dennis Lee/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 8/9/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
8/10/17, 8/17/17, 8/24/17, 8/31/17). LEgAL NOTICES
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #274560
Fictitious Business Name Statements,
The following person is doing business Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate,
as: Your Crate Escape Pet Care, 1100
Ralston Ave, Unit 100, BELMONT, CA Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons,
94002. Registered Owner: Natalie Cor-
coran, same address. The business is
Notice of Public Sales and More.
conducted by an Individual. The regis-
trants commenced to transact business Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County.
under the FBN on 5/1/17.
/s/Natalie Corcoran/
This statement was filed with the Asses- Fax your request to: 650-344-5290
sor-County Clerk on 8/7/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com
8/10/17, 8/17/17, 8/24/17, 8/31/17).
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210 Lost & Found 297 Bicycles 302 Antiques 304 Furniture 308 Tools 312 Pets & Animals
FOUND: KEYS at Westwood Park in ADULT BIKES 1 regular and 2 with bal- DrESSEr 4-DrAwEr in Belmont for vINTAgE CrAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa AIrLINE CArrIEr for cats, pur. from
Redwood City, off of Fernside. Call to loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 wE PAY Top Dollar $75. Good condition; good for children. 1947. $60. (650)245-7517 Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
claim (650)714-8893 Call (650)678-8585 (505)228-1480 local.
CHILD’S SCHwINN BICYCLE, BLUE in For Asian Works of Art vINTAgE SHOPSMITH and BAND
LOST CAT. Black and White. Black good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. DrESSEr- ArT Deco. 54”wide 34” tall SAw, good shape. $500/obo. Call ONE KENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
patch on right eye. REWARD.
Estate Liquidation Sales 22”deep. $150. (650)888-2662. (650)342-6993 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
Call (323) 439-7713. NEw 12" girls bike w/ training wheels rB gallery (650)593-2066
$75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave of The Peninsula
mes DrESSEr- vICTOrIAN. 35” tall PArrOT CAgE, Steel, Large - approx
Books 48”wide 22” deep. W/ mirror 34”x42” wOOD BOTTOM hand planes . Good 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
(650)697-7966 workers. $25 each. Call (650)339-3672
JAMES PATTErSON hardback books. 298 Collectibles $450. (650)888-2662. offer. (650)245-4084
2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861
1950'S THE First Authentic Rock & Roll DrESSEr-ArT DECO. Heavy Glass.
Top 51” tall 36” deep 14” wide $150.
309 Office Equipment PET CArrIEr for small dog or cat in ex-
cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349-
Collection, 72 original hits, $10; 591-
NICHOLAS SPArKS hardback books.
2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861 9769 San Carlos 303 Electronics (650)888-2662. LAPTOP CASE or bag. Black. Like new. 6059
Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564.
ANTArES DOLLArS Bill Changer ma- DrEXEL HEADBOArD $50. (650)589-
qUALITY BOOKS used and rare. World BILLY DEE Williams autographed Star
chines never used for small bus. $95 0764 316 Clothes
& US History and classic American nov- Wars action figure: Lando Calrissian,
(650)992-4544.
310 Misc. For Sale
els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 space smuggler. $35 Steve (650)518- ENTErTAINMENT CENTEr for $50. 2 Pr action slacks 36w 29L $10.00
6614 Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. 500-600 BIg Band-era 78's--most mint, each (650)367-1508
v.LOgvINOv, UNUSUAL Journey to the BLAUPUNKT AM/FM/CD Radio and Re- (650)726-4102 no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus- FrAMED LEBrON James painting, ceiver with Detachable Face asking BOY SCOUT canvas belt with Boy Scout
sian, 104 p $25 650-638-1695 25"x21"; $99-will text photo; 650-591- $100. (650)593-4490 gLIDEr rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- BOBBY HULL Hockey Game Great Buckle. Vintage. Fair condition. $5.
9769, San Carlos lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. Cont. ,1960’s $50 (415)269-4784 (650)588-0842
KINDLE FIrE 8 in. Case and Charger
294 Baby Stuff incl. 64 gig $75 Jeff 650-208-5758 IKEA DrESSEr, black, 3 shelf. 23" x CASH rEgISTEr Parts; Much Skin Not FAUX FUr Coat Woman's brown multi
LENNOX rED Rose, Unused, hand 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. Guts $500 (415)269-4784 color in excellent condition 3/4
FISHEr-PrICE HEALTHY Care booster painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, MOTOrOLA BrAvO MB 520 (android
4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD length $50 (650)692-8012
seat - $5 (650)592-5864. $12.00. (650) 578 9208. IKEA TABLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. DOOrS FrENCH 2x28”x79” w/5 lights
card Belmont (650)595-8855 $ 30. (650)598-9804. $12.00 (650)544-5306 gENUINE LADIES Mink Fur Jacket,
296 Appliances MILLEr LITE Neon sign , work good
NEw HP Desk Jet 1112 Printer plus ex- LIvINg rOOM table 36"x19" exc condi- LIONEL CHrISTMAS Boxcars 2005, $75.00 Call: 650-368-0748
$59 call (650)218-6528
1960'S AvOCADO Osterizer blender tra cartridges- $30. Call (650)345-1234 tion $30.(415) 231-4825. 2006, 2007 New OB $90 lot (650)368- LADIES BOOTS size 8 , 3 pairs different
excellent condition $20.00 (650)596- SUPrEMES grEATEST Hits, 2 album 7537 styles , $20/ pair. call (650)592-2648
set, $10; 591-9769 San Carlos (650)591- ONKYO Av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital LOvE SEAT, Upholstered pale yellow
0513 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, floral $99. (650)574-4021
9769 LIONEL CHrISTMAS Holiday expan- LADIES SEqUIN dress, blue, size XL,
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
AIr CONDITIONEr 10000 BTU w/re- NEw DELUXE Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG 299 Computers SAMSUNg FLAT TV 20" ex.co.incl. ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must LIONEL wESTErN Union Pass car and MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new,
brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 Sell! (650) 875-8159. dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
0898 rECOrDABLE CD-r 74, Sealed, Unop- (650) 578-9208
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, SONY DETACHABLE set :3cd /fm/am NEw LAwN chairs, 2, $14.50 ea, 650- LUggAgE, rED, 21" NEW Samsonite
AIr CONDITIONEr, Portable, 14,000 (650) 578 9208 double tape. exc cond. $70 (415)231- 595-3933 Spinner,$50.00. (065)072-9300 NEw wITH tags Wool or cotton Men's
BTU, Commercial Cool model 4825 pullover sweaters (XL) $15/each
CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces- NEw TwIN Mattress set plus frame
sories plus remote included. 300 Toys Tv SONY Triniton 21" working condition. $30.00 (650) 347-2356 ONE DOzEN Official League Diamond
(650)952-3466
20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $245 OBO. $10 OBO (650)784-3243. Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger NIKE AIr shoes, white, size 10, hardly
(650)345-1835 ALLOYED LINOTYPE (BNH ~18) for OAK CLAw foot coffee table, needs re- (650)771-6324.
finishing free (650)646-8530 worn (cost $50) $10, 591-9769 San Car-
casting miniature/board-game figurines. 304 Furniture los
BISSELL BAgLESS Upright Vacuum, 10#, $5 (650) 591-4553 OFFICE TABLE, 24"x48" HD. folding PrEMIUM MOvINg blankets good con-
Model 82H1, Dual Edge Cleaning, legs each end. 500# capacity. Cost dition $10.00 each (650 ) 504 -6057 PArIS HILTON purse white & silver un-
ANTIqUE DININg table for six people
Cleanview Hepa Filter $25 650-952- DOLL HOUSE w/ furniture $50.00 new with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 $130. Sell $60, (650)591-4141 used, about 12" long x 9" high
3500 SAMSONITE 26" tan hard-sided suit
joe 650 573 5269 $23. (650)592-2648
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
ANTIqUE MAHOgANY Bookcase. Four $60. (650)328-6709
CIrrUS STEAM mop model SM212B 4 feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. OFFICE TYPE 34"X 60" heavy solid TUXEDO SIzE 40, black, including white
new extra cleaning pads,user manual. LArgE STUFFED ANIMALS - $3 each shirt, excellent cond. $50 650-355-5189
Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 wood with formica wood grain top $25 SILK SArEE 6 yards new nice color.for
$45. (650)588-5487 ArMCHAIr gOOD condition $55. 650- (650) 787-9753 $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- wILSON'S Lg Green Suede Jacket
266-3184. formation.
COLEMAN LXE Roadtrip Grill - STAr wArS – one 4” orange card ac- OrNATE MAHOgANY headboard with $40. (650)367-1508
Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 tion figure, Momaw Nadon (Hammer- BEIgE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition gold trim $60. (650)589-0764 TAYLOr-TOT(1947) MY First Ride $20
(650)918-9847 head). $8 Steve (650)518-6614 (650) 315-2319
rETrO HUTCH Needs refinishing other- (415)269-4784 318 Sports Equipment
ELECTrIC STOvE From Sears BrAND NEw Bookcase 72"x30" still in wise good condition. Top detaches from
Excellent Condition $225
STAr wArS – one 4” orange card ac- box $45. (415)231-4825. TEXACO LOgO Lube Gun - not in great 15 SF Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds,
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318 Sports Equipment 620 Automobiles 630 Trucks & SUv’s 640 Motorcycles/Scooters 670 Auto Service 680 Autos wanted
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duced $19,995 obo Call (650)520-4650 5 Hardly prudent bars, say classic 53 Airborne intruder
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ESTATE SALES (415)850-2370 love 3 Inordinate 39 Wagner’s “__ 56 Dog trainer’s
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40 Fitting 57 Good things to
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6 “Fat chance!” 41 Gambling cube make meet
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17 Hindustani 7 Intervenes 43 Trivial matter 58 Soft ball
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estate sale, tongue 8 Stout-hearted 46 Perches 59 “Hook” pirate
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20 Computer helper ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
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have... (408)807-6529. accessory 11 Slugabed
DODgE ‘99 MAINTENANCE Van, , honored in 12 Christmas lead-in
Reach over 83,450 readers $1,000, call (650)481-5296
verse? 13 Coffee break
from South San Francisco FOrD ’00 FOCUS SE Station Wagon time
to Palo Alto. 168k miles, Good running Condition,
23 Construction
in your local newspaper. $2850 O.B.O (650)669-0329 Sold As Is alloy 21 “Slippery” tree
24 RSVP part 22 Joy
Call (650)344-5200 gOT AN OLDEr 26 Place for digs
CAr, BOAT, Or rv? 25 Bud
Do the humane thing. 28 Olympic 27 Essays
Donate it to the dominance by appearing daily
Humane Society. 29 “Get on Your
Call 1- 800-943-8412 Team USA?
379 Open Houses 33 Virgin __ Feet” singer
LINCOLN ‘02 Navigator, excellent condi- Records: British 30 Anonymous ’70s
litigant
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label
31 Song on the
36 Male delivery
LISTINgS MAzDA ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con- 37 Canadian coin album “ABBA”
List your Open House
dition One owner Fully loaded Low
since 1996 32 Bed at a base
miles reduced $18,995 obo (650)520-
in the Daily Journal. 4650 38 Landslide victory 33 The Oxford
claim Dictionaries 2015
Reach over 83,450 “Word” of the
potential home buyers & 625 Classic Cars 41 Stretch out 08/17/17
Year is one xwordeditor@aol.com
renters a day, CHEvY ‘55 BEL AIR 2 door, Standard
42 Recorded
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to Palo Alto. obo. (650)952-4036.
44 Conscription
in your local newspaper. CHEvY ‘86 COrvETTE. Automatic. agcy.
93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800
Call (650)344-5200 obo. (650) 952-4036. 45 How some
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470 rooms relationships?
FOrD ‘50 4-Door Sedan, Automatic
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HIP HOUSINg
Non-Profit Home Sharing Program
(650)346-9586. 50 Chicago’s __
San Mateo County
(650)348-6660
MErCEDES '73 SL450 hardtop/soft top Center
$5000.00 obo nice car 650-690-0391
51 Post-lecture
activity, briefly
55 Grammarian’s
treatise?
60 Strange
62 Watch part
63 Potpourri quality
64 Did a gainer, say
65 Yokohama
product
66 Eric who founded
an eclectic
reader
67 Autobahn autos
68 Strongbox
alternative
69 The ten in “hang
ten”
By Mark McClain
(c)2017 Tribune Content Agency, LLC
08/17/17
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