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Belmont weighs minimum wage effects


Increased cost, loss of income top concerns for business owners
By Anna Schuessler that are so far sticking with the However, city officials said they Councilwoman Davina Hurt have tys most vulnerable workers and
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF states recently approved incre- could encourage officials in been exploring the topic with res- residents as soon as possible and
mental increases. neighboring cities to consider idents and business owners in not hurt local businesses. She
Belmont business owners Business owners questioned adopting similar policies and bet- recent weeks and hope to review acknowledged that local business
weighed in on a policy city offi- how they would explain price ter understanding how a business policy alternatives at the coun- owners would have to adjust their
cials are considering to raise the increases to their clients and navi- bottom line could be affected by cils Oct. 24 meeting. plans to make way for the states
minimum wage and make the city gate what could end up being a the change to ease implementa- Hurt said she was hoping to hear increase, and asked attendees to
more affordable for low-income landscape of several different tion of the policy. from community members who share how an acceleration of the
workers by expressing their con- local ordinances across the Identified as a priority in gathered Monday to inform how a states schedule would affect
cerns over the rise in service costs Peninsula at a community meeting February at the councils budget policy could be implemented to
and competition with other cities Monday. review, Mayor Charles Stone and address the needs of the communi- See WAGES, Page 23

Trump set to
disclose tax
reform plan
GOP,White House eye deep
cuts to corporate tax rate
By Marcy Gordon pledge and pro-
and Ken Thomas viding a sorely
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS needed legisla-
tive achieve-
WASHINGTON The White ment. It also is
House and congressional expected to
Republicans are finalizing a tax eliminate or
ANDREA K. LAUE/DAILY JOURNAL plan that would slash the corpo- reduce some tax
Brian Locicero at the South San Francisco Caltrain station for his Monday morning commute. rate rate while likely reducing the breaks and
levy for the wealthiest Americans, Donald Trump deductions.

Its like every second counts with President Donald Trump ready
to roll out the policy proposal at
midweek.
The grand plan to rewrite the
nations tax code would be the first
The plan
would likely cut the tax rate for the
wealthiest Americans, now at 39.6
percent, to 35 percent, people
familiar with the plan said
Rail commuters seek collaboration between transit-agencies to improve trip major overhaul in three decades,
By Austin Walsh from home to work while keeping delivering on a Trump campaign See REFORM, Page 24
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF countless cars off congested thor-
oughfares and even determining
Garret Thomas likens the morn-
ing mad dash alongside his fellow
crucial development policy
through offering transit-oriented
Crossing Hotel clears legal hurdle
commuters frantic to make their opportunities.
But BART and Caltrain officials
Appeals court again sides with San Bruno
transfer between rail agencies at
the Millbrae train station to a claim they are limited in their
capacity to coordinate train stop
officials seeking to build hotel on city land
chaotic battle scene from HBOs By Austin Walsh siding with a previous county
hit television show. While Thomas tempers the occa- times, resulting in frequent DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Superior Court ruling that an effort
You have to do this Game of sional brutality of his trip with a headaches for those facing tight to block the Crossing Hotel devel-
Thrones racing up the escalator to dose of humor, unlike the show, transfer windows. An appeals court again issued a opment deal is invalid.
get there, said Thomas, who rides the challenge he and many other Its like every second counts, victory to San Bruno officials The decision marks the latest
Bay Area Rapid Transit daily from commuters face is no fantasy. said Thomas, 32, who may sit on seeking to sell a key piece of city chapter in an ongoing legal battle
San Francisco and gets out at The two rail agencies help the Millbrae train platform for property for construction of a new initiated last year when a group of
Millbrae to jump on Caltrain for Silicon Valleys economic engine another 30 minutes if he fails to hotel. residents attempted to stop the
the final leg of his ride to San continue chugging by delivering The state appellate court
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Thought for the Day


Whatever you think, be sure it is what you think;
whatever you want, be sure that is what you want;
whatever you feel, be sure that is what you feel.
T.S. Eliot, American-Anglo poet

This Day in History


John Philip Sousa and his newly

1892 formed band performed publicly for


the first time at the Stillman Music
Hall in Plainfield, New Jersey.
In 1 7 7 7 , British troops occupied Philadelphia during the
American Revolution.
In 1 7 8 9 , Thomas Jefferson was confirmed by the Senate to
be the first United States secretary of state; John Jay, the
first chief justice; Edmund Randolph, the first attorney gen-
eral.
In 1 8 3 5 , the opera Lucia di Lammermoor by Gaetano
Donizetti was first performed at the Teatro San Carlo in
Naples, Italy.
In 1 9 0 7 , New Zealand went from being a colony to a
dominion within the British Empire.
In 1 9 1 4 , the Federal Trade Commission was established.
In 1 9 3 7 , the radio drama The Shadow, starring Orson
Welles, premiered on the Mutual Broadcasting System.
In 1 9 5 7 , the musical play West Side Story opened on
Broadway.
In 1 9 6 0 , the first-ever debate between presidential nomi- REUTERS
nees took place as Democrat John F. Kennedy and A man balances on a line stretched over the Old Town Square in Prague, Czech Republic.
Republican Richard M. Nixon faced off before a national TV
audience from Chicago.
In 1 9 7 7 , Sir Freddie Laker began his cut-rate Skytrain In other news ...
service from London to New York. (However, the carrier WGME-TV reports Weeks kept the fire crooked and the paint thats been used
went o ut o f bus i nes s i n 1 9 8 2 . )
Baby left on side of Oklahoma under control until crews arrived. by state transportation officials has
In 1 9 8 6 , William H. Rehnquist was sworn in as the 16th freeway in car seat with cash Officials say the fire was sparked by stained cars, officials said.
chief justice of the United States, while Antonin Scalia A 1-month-old baby found on the an unattended camp fire. Among those affected was
joined the Supreme Court as its 103rd member. side of an Oklahoma interstate in a car Rangers say its still fire season in Ketchikan Gateway Borough Mayor
In 1 9 9 1 , four men and four women began a two-year stay seat stuffed with $5,500 in cash and a the state, and likely will remain so David Landis, whose car ended up with
inside a sealed-off structure in Oracle, Arizona, called birth certificate is in state custody as until the first snowfall. yellow paint on it.
Biosphere 2. authorities investigate why the boy You come to expect having high-
was abandoned. Couples hot air balloon blown way striping like that to be straight
Birthdays Oklahoma City police say a church
group returning from an amusement
away during marriage proposal and have orderly looking lines and be
professionally applied, Landis said.
park spotted the child Saturday about SAN DIEGO Almost everything Something was clearly wrong with
10 feet (3 meters) from the shoulder of went according to plan when Gavin the equipment or the operation of that
Interstate 40. Sgt. Gary Knight said Lodge proposed to his girlfriend of equipment to have so many things
Monday that officers also found a two years, Katrina Smith. wrong all at once.
Social Security card with the baby. KNSD-TV reports Lodge took Smith The problems emerged after the state
Police say they located the childs on a hot air balloon ride on Saturday, Department of Transportation tried
mother through family members and during which he planned to ask her to out a new line painting system on the
that shes been taken to a hospital to marry him. After Smith said yes, the Tongass Highway, The Ketchikan
be evaluated. Scripps Ranch couple planned to land Daily News reported Saturday.
Singer Olivia Actress Linda Tennis player The churchs pastor credits divine in Carmel Valley, but winds prevented Department spokeswoman Meadow
Newton-John is 69. Serena Williams is
Hamilton is 61. intervention in finding the child. them from landing for about an hour. Bailey said the paint is not drying as
36. Ken Angel of Abbas House Worship The hot air balloon flew close to quickly as it should due to humidity in
Center in Ada, Oklahoma, says: God homes and seemed it would skim the southeast Alaska.
Retired baseball All-Star Bobby Shantz is 92. Actor Philip
stepped in. roofs, before it was able to land in an Bob Sivertson, a Ketchikan city
Bosco is 87. Actor Richard Herd is 85. South African nation- council member, called it the poorest
empty park in San Diego.
alist Winnie Madikizela-Mandela is 81. Country singer David Rangers: Woman Lodge, Smith and the pilot made it line painting work hes seen.
Frizzell is 76. Actor Kent McCord is 75. Television host Anne
Robinson is 73. Singer Bryan Ferry is 72. Actress Mary Beth
armed with frying out of the balloon safely. Bailey said the state will not repaint
Lodge says their engagement was the yellow lines.
Hurt is 71. Actor James Keane is 65. Rock singer-musician pan helped stop forest fire memorable despite the unexpected She said people with cars that got
Cesar Rosas (Los Lobos) is 63. Country singer Carlene Carter BEDDINGTON, Maine Maine for- landing complications. paint on them should have the vehi-
is 62. Country singer Doug Supernaw is 57. Rhythm-and- est rangers say the quick actions of a cles pressure washed.
blues singer Cindy Herron (En Vogue) is 56. Actress Melissa woman armed with a frying pan helped New Alaska highway stripes If the car washes dont work, she
Sue Anderson is 55. Actor Patrick Bristow is 55. Rock musi- stop a forest fire. recommended spraying WD-40 lubri-
cian Al Pitrelli is 55. Singer Tracey Thorn (Everything But Rangers say Nancy Weeks used a fry-
are crooked, paint staining cars cant on areas stained with yellow
The Girl) is 55. TV personality Jillian Barberie is 51. ing pan to carry water back and forth KETCHIKAN, Alaska New yellow paint. The lubricant should be left on
Contemporary Christian guitarist Jody Davis (Newsboys) is between the flames and a nearby pond painted highway lines in the Alaskas cars for up to two hours before wash-
50. Actor Jim Caviezel is 49. Actress Tricia OKelley is 49. in a wooded area near Beddington. Panhandle city of Ketchikan are ing them.

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by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
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Bernard Philip Caul Obituary Police reports Di s turbance. Someone tried to steal a
shopping cart full of food but was caught on
Bernard Philip Caul, born Sept. 27, Woodside Road, it was reported at 9:44 a.m.
1928, died peacefully surrounded by his were able to enjoy living in many different
Tuesday, Sept. 12.
family Sept. 20, 2017. places, including Truckee, Maui, Lake Not customary Re c k l e s s dri v e rs . A driver was seen
Formerly of Redwood Havasu and Shingletown, finally settling A customer got upset and was pushing
in Citrus Heights. He was known by many swerving and almost hit someone and other
City, husband, father and employees around on South Maple
different names: Red for his beautiful red vehicles on Alameda de las Pulgas, it was
grandfather. He is sur- Avenue in South San Francisco, it was
hair, Bernie, Barney, Brub, PJ and Sarge. reported at 9:19 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12.
vived by his wife of 66 reported at 10:09 a.m. Tuesday, Sept.
But most of all of as Dad and Grandpa. 12.
years, Clara, as well as
Barney had requested no services. His
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
his children Phyllis
ashes will be interred at the Sacramento Mal i ci o us mi s chi ef. A vehicle was keyed
Bottini (David), Susan
Saigusa (Rajan) and Valley National Cemetery in Dixon, REDWOOD CITY on El Camino Real, it was reported at 2:18
California. Burg l ary . An elderly resident believed that p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12.
Martin Caul; cherished
the lock to her home was tampered with and Mal i ci o us mi s chi ef. A vehicles tires
granddaughters Julie and Kimberly Saigusa;
As a public serv ice, the Daily Journal that a backpack with money was stolen on were found slashed on Forestview Drive, it
and brother William Caul.
prints obituaries of approx imately 200 Walnut Street, it was reported at 8:20 p.m. was reported at 12:55 p.m. Tuesday, Sept.
Barney was born in Ambridge,
words or less with a photo one time on a Tuesday, Sept. 12. 12.
Pennsylvania. He joined the U.S. Navy
space av ailable basis. To submit obituaries, Burg l ary . A vehicles window was found Ro bbery . Someone stole a cigarettes from
after high school and was stationed at
email information along with a jpeg photo smashed on Veterans Boulevard, it was a store on Callen Boulevard, it was reported
Moffett Field, where he met Clara Ann
to news@smdaily journal.com. Free obituar- reported at 1:57 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12. at 12:45 p.m. Tuesday, Sept.12 .
Heath of Sunnyvale on a blind date. They
ies are edited for sty le, clarity, length and Vandal i s m. Three vehicles windows were Burg l ary . A vehicles window was smashed
married on June 18, 1951. After leaving the
grammar. If y ou would lik e to hav e an obit- been found smashed on Veterans Boulevard, on South Airport Boulevard, it was reported
Navy, they came to Redwood City where he
uary printed more than once, longer than it was reported at 1:48 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. at 12:18 p.m. Tuesday, Sept 12.
joined the police department, retiring as a
200 words or without editing, please submit 12. Burg l ary . A vehicle was broken into and a
sergeant in 1980.
an inquiry to our adv ertising department at Fo rg ery . Someone used another persons backpack with computer equipment was
After their retirement, Barney and Clara
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1:16 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12. 11:04 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12.
Burg l ary . A vehicle was broken into and Mal i ci o us mi s chi ef. Someone punctured
Berkeley street hot dog Around the Bay tools were taken from it on Carolina the tires of a motorcycle on Linden Avenue,
vendor cited by police gets $87K a fundraising campaign.
Avenue, it was reported at 10:50 a. m. it was reported at 6:39 a.m. Tuesday, Sept.
Tuesday, Sept. 12. 12.
BERKELEY A California street vendor In the video clip Flores posted on his
who had his money confiscated for selling Twitter account, he questions a University
bacon hot dogs on a Berkeley sidewalk of California, Berkeley police officers
without a permit has received more than decision to confiscate Matias money as
$87,000 raised by supporters. unfair.
Rigoberto Matias on Saturday received a Flores, a UC Berkeley alum, also kicked
check for $87,921 from Martin Flores, who off a GoFundMe campaign to help Matias, a
recorded a video of the Sept. 9 event that construction worker who sells hot dogs on
went viral and sparked an online outcry and weekends to earn extra money.
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Redwood Citys master public art plan unfolds


By Anna Schuessler about what public art [This] meant were which voices can be best leveraged in this
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF means and where the doing what we want to do process and when.
process will go. He said which is open up peo-
An effort to create a vision for public art in sessions with arts ples understanding of Growing momentum
in Redwood City is gaining steam as the groups, conversations what public art is, he Redwood City artist Beth Mostovoy said
citys residents, art groups and artists weigh about organizational said. she and members of ARTS RWC, have
in on a new master plan through a series of goals could be wide-rang- learned a lot from Fung and Talleys ses-
sessions, panel discussions and work- ing and, in some A visual feast sions to get a sense of the role the group
shops. instances, fostered fur- Fung and Talley are can play in the future as well as what the
John Talley ther discussions of their Lance Fung planning another ses- citys art projects could look like in the
With murals spanning the sides of city missions and identities.
businesses, shadow art emanating from sta- sion in October aimed at future. She said her organization updated its
Its always good to start at the begin- exposing attendees to what he calls a visual mission statement following a summer ses-
tionary objects like mailboxes and benches ning and have people look back at where
and colorful scenes adorning utility boxes feast of public art displays from across the sion with Fung and Talley, and that she and
they began and where they want to go, he country, which could help individuals form other members enjoyed learning more about
cropping up across the city in recent years, said.
those involved in the citys arts scene are opinions about what pieces are successful what other public art projects could look
By conducting summer sessions with the and why, as well as a online community sur- like in the Bay Area through the Tuesday
looking to bring the citys past and future citys Civic Cultural Commission, Public
projects together in a cohesive plan. vey designed to gauge residents interest in panel.
Art Task Force and ARTS RWC, among other public art. They are hoping to compile a It took a long time for the value of art in
At the helm of the effort is arts organiza- groups, Fung and Talley are attempting to
tion Fung Collaboratives. In May, the report with their findings in early 2018. the community to be really both recognized
take stock of the efforts arts-oriented For Chris Beth, the citys Parks, and embraced, she said, adding that the
group was awarded $75,000 to investigate groups are already making.
the citys current public art process, identi- Recreation and Community Services plan could be the next step in the citys
Fung said they are now engaging the Department director, developing a clear set artistic renaissance.
fy what types of art community members broader community with panel discussions
want to see in Redwood City and pull those of guidelines for the type, location and art Mostovoy said momentum for public art
and workshops on how public art projects styles desired for the city will go a long projects has been growing as mural and util-
elements together in a report detailing the have come together in other cities to help
citys vision for public art in the city. way. Beth said the master plan will help ity box projects have allowed artists and
the community understand what public art determine how new funds collected by the residents walking by them to engage with
For Lance Fung, classically trained artist can look like and the efforts that go into citys public art fee, which is derived from 1 the artistic process and the finished prod-
and chief curator for the organization, making those projects happen. percent of certain development and capital uct. She noted the arts communitys grow-
exploring what local arts organizations, He said a Tuesday panel with Elise De improvement projects, will be used. ing excitement for the opportunity to build
artists and residents want to see in the citys Marzo, Palo Altos public art program direc- The intent is to look at prioritization, upon years of fostering a local arts scene to
public art has been a fulfilling process. tor, Jennifer Easton, BARTs director of he said. When you have limited funds, what create new opportunities for local artists in
Hosting sessions with the citys arts public art and Oakland-based artist Robin are the priorities? the future through the master plan.
groups and bringing professionals Lasser shed light on Bay Area projects and Beth is also looking forward to stream- Its really exciting, she said. [Public
involved with public art projects together the challenges artists and cities face in cre- lining the process by which projects are art] could seem like its not a big deal, but it
with residents has helped Fung and his hus- ating designs, gaining approval and fund- approved, and is hopeful the conversations impacts peoples lives in a really happy and
band John Talley, who is Fung ing and installing public art in different set- Fung and Talley are fostering will identify positive way.
Collaboratives executive director, identify tings.
how individuals engage with and shape the He said one attendees comment that she
citys public art in the future. wasnt previously excited about public art
Though Fung and Talley have previously but was open to learning more after the ses-
worked on public art projects in the city, sion let him know he and Talley are on the
such as the 2015 Harambee bench project right track toward better understanding what
in three city parks, Fung said it has been artists and non-artists alike are thinking
critical to focus on keeping an open mind about when they view public art.

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Rock bottom: Weiner gets 21 Transient guilty of reckless


burning sentenced to state prison
A transient and registered sex offender
Local briefs
San Mateo resident Yulian Hoydash, 19,
is facing as many as six years state prison

months in prison for sexting


By Tom Hays and Larry Neumeister statement that can pro-
convicted of felony reckless burning after
an eight-day trial in August was sentenced
to five years in state prison Monday,
according to the San Mateo County
while Redwood City resident Christopher
St. Catherine, 18, is facing up to 15 years
in state prison. Their charges include
felony robbery and assault with a semi-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tect other minors. District Attorneys Office. automatic handgun. St. Catherine faces
The judge said Weiners Previously convicted of residential bur- additional time in prison because he is
NEW YORK Anthony Weiners sexting habit of exchanging sex- glary and other felonies, Gilberto accused of wielding a gun in the Sept. 21
compulsion cost him his seat in Congress, ually explicit messages Mendoza Flores, 38, was found guilty of incident, according to prosecutors.
his shot at becoming New York mayor and and pictures with young starting a fire that burned several Half Hoydash and St. Catherine allegedly
his marriage, and may have even denied women shows a very Moon Bay greenhouses in March. He was ordered a pound of marijuana from a San
Hillary Clinton the presidency. On Monday, strong compulsion found not guilty of arson, prosecutors said Francisco-based dispensary using
it cost him his freedom. so strong that despite previously. Snapchat, arranging to meet an 18-year-
Weiner, 53, dropped his head into his Anthony two very public disclo- Flores was arrested for starting a fire old Menlo Park resident at the Redwood
hands and wept as a federal judge sentenced Weiner sures and the destruction that burned several greenhouses at the City Costco stores parking lot to make
him to 21 months behind bars for illicit of his career on two occa- California Terra Gardens facility on the
sions, he continued with the activity. the exchange. They brought a juvenile
online contact with a 15-year-old girl, his 12000 block of State Route 92 at 11:10 with them in their car, where they pulled
tears flowing long after the gavel came Calling himself a very sick man for a p.m. March 28. The fire damaged four or
very long time, Weiner tearfully apolo- out a gun and robbed the teen who had
down on a case he called his rock bottom. five greenhouses, resulting in an estimat- come to sell them the marijuana, accord-
As his parents but not his wife looked on gized to the teen and sought to assure the ed $50, 000 to $100, 000 in damage,
judge he had finally learned his lesson. He ing to prosecutors.
in the courtroom, the New York Democrat according to prosecutors. The teen who was robbed was able to
was given until Nov. 6 to report to prison has been undergoing therapy.
Prosecutors said witnesses told investi- give the Sheriffs Office a description of
for misconduct that included getting the I stand before you because I victimized a
gators Flores had been acting strangely, Hoydash and St. Catherines vehicle.
North Carolina high school student to strip young person who deserved better, he
said, adding, Your Honor, Im not asking burning clothes and threatening to burn They were found shortly after at the inter-
and touch herself on Skype and Snapchat. this f hill down.
that you trust that my recovery is real. I ask section of Whipple Avenue and Highway
In handing down the sentence, U. S. After his arrest, he allegedly admitted to
you for the opportunity to prove that it is 101 with two loaded weapons, marijuana,
District Judge Denise Cote cited a need in using his lighter to burn papers on the
real. Xanax pills and an e-cigarette of the vic-
such a highly publicized case to make a ground inside the greenhouse companys tims, according to prosecutors.
office to help clean up but claimed he When Hoydash and St. Catherine
New travel ban leads Supreme waited for the fire to burn out before leav-
ing, according to prosecutors.
appeared in court Monday, they pleaded
not guilty to their charges and the coun-
District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe
Court to cancel Oct. 10 hearing voiced support for Judge Steven Dylinas
assessment of Flores actions, which
tys private defender program was
appointed to their cases. They will next
appear Oct. 6 for preliminary hearing and
By Mark Sherman The justices on Monday canceled the Wagstaffe thought warranted a strong sen-
scheduled Oct. 10 argument in the case and each remain in custody on $100,000 bail,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tence. Dylina denied a motion from
asked both sides to explain whether the according to prosecutors.
Flores defense attorney Brandon
WASHINGTON President Donald matter has been overtaken by events, or in
Trumps efforts to restrict entry into the legal parlance, is moot.
Douglass to reduce the charges to a misde- Bicyclist, 12, hit by car
meanor as well as probation, said
United States by residents of some mainly Eight countries are included in Trumps
Wagstaffe.
in Foster City, driver leaves
Muslim countries have been the subject of latest declaration Chad, Iran, Libya, A 12-year-old boy had a minor injury to
Judge Dylina very appropriately
lawsuits almost since the moment he North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela and his ankle after being hit by a car Monday
assessed the danger that was created by the
announced the first travel ban in January. Yemen. Three of them, Chad, North Korea morning on Shell Boulevard and Balclutha
and Venezuela, are new, and Sudan, which conduct of this defendant, said Wagstaffe.
The latest version of the ban, rolled out Drive in Foster City, according to police.
was included in the earlier ban, has been We know the dangers that fire can bring.
Sunday, is certain to attract more legal chal- At approximately, 8 a.m. the boy was
dropped. The earlier ban lasted 90 days. Douglass could not be immediately
lenges and is already affecting the high riding his bike south on Shell Boulevard
courts review. The new one has no expiration date. reached for comment.
Flores will receive 362 days credit for when he was struck and knocked off his
time served, which means he will serve bike by a brown four-door sedan exiting

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just over four years in state prison. Balclutha Drive onto Shell Boulevard,
Restitution to the owner has yet to be according to police.
determined, according to prosecutors. The driver exited his vehicle and spoke
with the boy, but left without exchanging
Teens face prison for information. He is described as a darker
armed marijuana robbery skinned older man, possibly Indian, with
gray hair, according to police.
Two teens are facing prison sentences The Police Department is looking for
and felony charges after allegedly robbing any information that could help in this
at gunpoint another teen ready to sell investigation. Anyone with any informa-
them a pound of marijuana in the parking tion about the collision is asked to con-
lot of the Redwood City Costco store tact Officer Acosta at the Foster City
Thursday, according to the San Mateo Police Department (650) 286-3300.
County District Attorneys Office.

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Around the nation
Violence in U.S. rises for second straight year
WASHINGTON Violent crime in America rose in 2016
for the second straight year, driven by a spike in killings in
some major cities, but remained near historically low lev-
els, according to FBI data released Monday.
The Trump administration immediately seized on the fig-
ures as proof that the nation is in the midst of a dangerous
crime wave that warrants a return to tougher tactics like
more arrests and harsher punishments for drug criminals.
But criminologists cautioned the new numbers may not
indicate the start of a long-term trend, noting that violent
crime rates remain well below where they were a quarter-cen-
tury ago.
Still, the FBI said it was the first time violent crime rose
in consecutive years in more than a decade.
Violent crimes such as shootings and robberies rose 4.1
percent in 2016 from the year before, with homicides
climbing 8.6 percent, according to the figures. Violence
increased 3.9 percent in 2015, while killings jumped by
more than 10 percent.
This is a frightening trend that threatens to erode so
much progress that had made our neighborhoods and com-
munities safer - over 30 years declines in crime are being
replaced by increases, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said
last week during a speech in Boston. We cannot accept this
as the new normal.
On Monday, he called upon law enforcement to confront
and turn back the rising tide of violent crime. Sessions has
used the threat of rising violence as an impetus for many of
REUTERS
his sweeping policy changes.
Bruce Maxwell of the Oakland Athletics kneels as teammate Mark Canha places his hand on Maxwells shoulder during the
singing of the National Anthem before their MLB American League baseball game against the Seattle Mariners. McCain calls brain cancer prognosis very poor
Trump revels in drama over spat with NFL WASHINGTON U.S. Sen. John McCain says doctors
have given him a very poor prognosis as he battles brain
cancer.
McCain underwent surgery in July for a
By Catherine Lucey was using the manu- States, to his campaign promise to
and Darlene Superville factured controver- temporarily ban Muslims from the brain tumor that was later found to be a
sy to pander to his United States. He drew widespread con- form of glioblastoma, the same type of
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS cancer that took the life of his former
conservative politi- demnation last month for saying
cal base. both sides were at fault for violence Senate colleague Edward M. Kennedy in
WASHINGTON President Donald He uses race to between white supremacists and their 2009. McCain tells CBS 60 Minutes
Trump is indulging in his favorite kind advance his own opponents during clashes in in an interview that aired Sunday night
of drama personal, aggressive, cul- ends, Jeffries told Charlottesville, Virginia. that he thinks about Kennedy a lot. He
turally volatile and entirely of his own CNN. says Kennedy continued to work despite
Public opinion is mixed on whether John McCain the diagnosis and never gave up because
making. NFL spokesman
Donald Trump professional athletes should be
During a week in which a crucial Joe Lockhart required to stand for the national he loved the engagement.
Senate health care vote, his tax plan, defended players rights to peacefully anthem as Trump would like, and there McCain says he has feelings sometimes of fear of what
the North Korean nuclear threat and protest what they view as racial is a racial split in how Americans happens, but counters that with gratitude for having lived
Puerto Ricos post-hurricane suffering inequality and police mistreatment of process the issue. had a great life.
vied for attention, Trump carried his black males. More than half of Americans, or 52
feud with the NFL over players who Everyone should know, including percent, said in a September 2016
kneel in protest into the new week the president, this is what real locker Marist Poll that sports leagues should
with a fresh volley of tweets. room talk is, Lockhart said in an require their players to stand for the
The issue of kneeling has nothing apparent reference to the Access national anthem. While a majority of
to do with race. It is about respect for Hollywood tapes in which Trump whites, 56 percent, said standing
our Country, Flag and National bragged about sexually assaulting should be required, most Latino adults,
Anthem. NFL must respect this! he women. Trump had chalked up those 55 percent, and nearly half of African-
said in one of his Monday tweets. comments as locker room talk. Americans, 48 percent, said athletes
But for some, Trumps argument with Trump has a history of engaging in should not be made to stand.
professional athletes had everything racially fraught battles, from spending As the criticism rolled in, Trump
to do with race. years promoting the false story that supporters argued that he was express-
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., called Barack Obama, the nations first black ing patriotism, not targeting African-
Trump a racial arsonist and said he president, was not born in the United Americans.
8 Tuesday Sept. 26, 2017 NATION/WORLD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Feds rush aid to Puerto Rico,


while Trump tweets about debt
By Michael Biesecker and roads were clogged with debris.
and Andrew Taylor Officials said electrical power may not be
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS fully restored for more than a month.
Trump himself pointed out some differ-
WASHINGTON The U.S. ramped up its ences between the two states and the island
response Monday to the humanitarian cri- in a series of tweets Monday night.
sis in Puerto Rico, even as President Donald Texas & Florida are doing great but
Trump brought up the islands struggles Puerto Rico, which was already suffering
before Hurricane Maria struck including from broken infrastructure & massive debt,
billions of dollars in debt to Wall Street is in deep trouble.
and the banks which, sadly, must be dealt Trump also noted that the islands electri-
with. cal grid was already in terrible shape.
The Trump administration has tried to Still, he promised, Food, water and med-
blunt criticism that its response to ical are top priorities - and doing well. REUTERS
Hurricane Maria has fallen short of its In Washington, officials said no armada A land crevice is seen on a farmers land after the earthquake in Xochimilco on the outskirts
efforts in Texas and Florida after the recent of U.S. Navy ships was headed to the island of Mexico City.
hurricanes there. because supplies could be carried in more
Five days after the Category 4 storm
slammed into Puerto Rico, many of the
more than 3.4 million U.S. citizens in the
territory were still without adequate food,
efficiently by plane. The Trump administra-
tion ruled out temporarily setting aside fed-
eral restrictions on foreign ships trans-
portation of cargo, saying it wasnt needed.
Searchers dig as Mexico City
water and fuel. Flights off the island were
infrequent, communications were spotty
The government had waived those rules in
Florida and Texas until last week.
reopens just 1pct. of schools
By Maria Verza leaving hundreds of thousands of children
Germany: Merkel faces thorny Around the world THE ASSOCIATED PRESS idle.
task in building new government polarization, connected with me personal-
Mexico City Mayor Miguel Angel
MEXICO CITY As many as 360 build- Mancera said at least seven schools were
BERLIN German Chancellor Angela ly but said that a lot of progress has since among the buildings thought to be at risk of
Merkel defended an election campaign that ings and homes are in danger of collapse or
been made. with major damage in Mexico City nearly a tumbling.
left her conservative bloc in first place but The center-left Social Democratic Party At several points in the city, employees
significantly weakened as she embarked week after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake com-
has been Merkels partner in a grand coali- pletely collapsed 38 structures. gathered on sidewalks in front of their work-
Monday on what could be a lengthy quest to tion since 2013. The party finished sec- places Monday refusing to enter, because
form a new government. The risk of delayed collapse is real: The
ond, but leader Martin Schulz said its dismal cupola of Our Lady of Angels Church, dam- they feared their buildings could collapse.
Merkel said the success of a nationalist, showing would require the Social We are afraid for our own safety, said
anti-migrant party that finished third in aged and cracked by the Sept. 19 quake, split
Democrats to be a strong opposition in half and crashed to the ground Sunday Maribel Martinez Ramirez, an employee of
Sundays election wont influence her for- going forward. a government development agency who,
eign, European and refugee policies. She evening. There were no injuries.
Germany, Europes biggest economy, has Nervous neighbors continued calling in along with dozens of coworkers, refused to
once more defended her decision to let in no tradition of minority governments, and enter their workplace Monday. The build-
large numbers of migrants, saying police on Monday as apparently new cracks
Merkel has made clear she doesnt want to appeared in their apartment blocks or exist- ing is leaning, there are cracks.
Germany wouldnt again face the humani- go that route. It would be a tall order any- Mancera said 360 red level buildings
tarian crisis that let to it. ing ones worsened, even as the city strug-
way, as her bloc only holds 246 of the new gled to get back to normality. would either have to be demolished or
Merkel conceded that it had to led to parliaments 709 seats. receive major structural reinforcement.
Officials said they had cleared only 103 of
Mexico Citys nearly 9,000 schools to Another 1,136 were reparable, and 8,030 of
reopen Monday and said it could be two to the buildings inspected so far were found to
three weeks before all were declared safe be habitable.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Tuesday Sept. 26, 2017 9
What weve learned from catastrophes
likely to call
Perils of spending
By Terry Nagel police. After my
block became
friendly, one neigh-
Guest beyond our means
N
otice something interesting
about the recent hurricanes bor interrupted a
perspective
M
y rst credit card taught me the value in
and earthquakes? burglary in responsibly managing my debts and, more
The nightly news showed hundreds progress at his importantly, the consequences of failing to do
of residents in Mexico passing buck- home and ran out- materials are provided free of charge. so. As a new college student in Washington, D.C., I was
ets of rubble to waiting dump trucks, side to yell, Stop Anyone planning to lead a drill on compelled to explore and enjoy our nations capital with
hoping to free their neighbors from that guy! Call the Oct. 14 and anyone interested in a very small budget. That was until I was offered a credit
collapsed buildings. After Hurricane police! Because everyone knew the learning more should attend these card at my banking institution.
Harvey, volunteers organized a otilla man calling for help, three neighbors sessions to learn how its done: The very idea of a credit card was intriguing. From one
of boats that systematically combed chased the burglar down the street, Thursday, Sept. 28, 7 p.m. to 8:30 small plastic card, I had the power to pay for virtually
neighborhoods to rescue stranded three others called 911 and the police p.m. Communications Workshop at anything I wanted all with money I did not have.
people and pets. In its coverage of caught the burglar at the bottom of Burlingame Recreation Center, 850 Mindful of stories I heard about credit card spending
Harvey, The New York Times reported, our street. Burlingame Ave. This session will addictions, high interest rates and bankruptcies, I never-
Alongside government actions, One of the best ways to get to know show how communications will be theless had faith in my ability to manage my spending.
there has been an equally giant, large- your neighbors and to get prepared is handled. After all, its purpose was intended for educational course
ly improvised effort by volunteers. to participate together in an emer- Tuesday, Oct. 3 , 7 p.m. to 8:30 books, materials and emergen-
A study published Aug. 31 in the gency exercise. p.m. Drill Walk-Through in the Lane cies.
journal Environment & Urbanization BNN is encouraging all Burlingame Room at the Burlingame Public Within one month, I managed
reviews responses to catastrophes residents to join in our citys fth Library, 480 Primrose Road. At this to max out my credit card on
around the world and concludes, annual Citywide Emergency Drill workshop, neighborhood leaders will superuous materials. I bought
When it comes to how humans Saturday, Oct. 14, from 9 a.m. to learn how to organize a neighborhood shoes I did not need and cloth-
respond to disasters, self-organizing, 10:30 a.m., where theyll learn how response and receive all the materials ing I could not afford. I even
community-based groups are the rst to support one another following a needed to conduct the drill. managed to take the rst girl I
line of defense in rescue and sur- disaster, when professional help may Burlingame residents can learn met in college (now my wife)
vival. not be available for 72 hours or more about the drill on BNNs website on a date to two of the most
Thats why the Burlingame longer. at thebnn.us. Those who are interest- expensive restaurants in the
Neighborhood Network, or BNN, An important part of the drill is ed in having their neighborhood par- city. Of course, I do not regret
encourages neighbors to get to know learning to communicate with Ham ticipate in the drill, as well as those that investment.
one another, get trained and learn how radio operators stationed at
to support one another during emer- Community Command Posts through-
who would like to join another Nevertheless, I spent far Jonathan Madison
blocks drill, should email more money than I actually
gencies. Think about it. When that out the city. These volunteer Hams info@theneighborhoodnetwork.org. had. By the time my credit card bill arrived, I was in
long-overdue earthquake strikes the will forward their requests to the As weve seen in the news, humans shock. After requesting that my parents or siblings pay
Peninsula, doesnt it make sense to citys Emergency Operations Center have incredible reservoirs of strength the bill, I was told by each to obtain a job to make pay-
know which neighbors have medical and relay important emergency infor- that they can draw upon to rescue oth- ments on the bill myself. At that time, I was greatly dis-
skills, who has a generator and which mation back to the neighborhoods, ers during catastrophes. Before a dis- tressed. Today, I am thankful that I worked a part-time job
elderly residents will surely need a such as where water or medical help is aster hits, it makes sense to get to to pay off the bill as I can now appreciate the value in
hand? available, even when all the normal know the humans living near you. managing my debts.
BNN volunteers have been helping means of communication are down. Life has many ways of teaching us the value in manag-
neighbors form groups and get pre- This exercise is organized by BNN ing our debts. Some lessons are far more impactful than
pared since 2006. Knowing neigh- and supported by the Central County Terry Nagel is the former may or of others. Being behind on mortgage payments, ling for
bors pays off in many ways: in new Fire Department, the Burlingame Burlingame and the founder of the bankruptcy, or having a wage that only affords the possi-
friendships, better connections and Police Department, Burlingame Burlingame Neighborhood Network . bility of living paycheck to paycheck, are common les-
greater safety. Neighbors who know CERTs and local HAM radio opera- sons in scal responsibility.
She can be reached at
one another become more aware of tors. It will take place on multiple I was certainly not the rst to be consumed by the illu-
blocks throughout Burlingame. All terry nagel@gmail.com.
suspicious strangers and are more sion of limitless credit or harshly taught the importance
of scal responsibility. In fact, history teaches us that

Letters to the editor time and again, the human race has fallen prey to the illu-
sion.
The Roman Empire collapsed in large part due to the
governments increasing decits and the effects those
two-dollar express bus ride from debts weighed on the Roman economy. Also, consider the
Like congestion? Not! Livermore to Redwood City with
Protest fall of the British Empire due to massive war debts it
Editor, satellite pickups and drop offs to han- Editor, could not afford.
It looks like our San Mateo City dle the last mile issue. This is a Our country witnessed its largest loss of household
The protest by representatives of
Council candidates as well as the pop- regional solution so get over it. You income as the result of one event following the devastat-
ulation at large are all squeezing into the Dreamers at a news conference ing stock market crash of 1929 and the Great Depression
have to have your representatives
the same tube of toothpaste from var- collaborate with other cities and against House Minority Leader Nancy that followed. The panic was fueled in large part by peo-
ious ends but with the same results. counties to solve this. Rail service is Pelosi was counterproductive. ple investing beyond their means in an illusive stock
Want home appreciation but less great for using the infrastructure that market that society viewed as one that could never fail.
Considering the documented longtime
trafc in town due to the increase in you already have but that leaves many The crisis subsequently brought our country to its knees
folks wanting to visit with us? Lots support by Congresswoman Pelosi, it over the next decade.
nodes of jobs and housing unserved.
of luck with that. Want to attract more Also, its not exible and if there is a seems darn ungrateful. Im sure they Time and again, we are reminded of the risk that comes
jobs but hate the congestion? Ha! slump, you can just cancel some bus have all the support they need at this with spending money we do not have. Time and again,
Want to keep your longtime neighbors routes not dismantle costly rail lines. our government willingly turns a blind eye to it.
critical time without pandering to the Do not take my word for it. Consider the fact that in
but shy away from anti-rent gouging Routes can be adjusted overnight with
laws? Dream on! Want more affordable little or no change in the road net- millions in middle like me. January, Gov. Jerry Brown predicted that a $1.6 billion
housing but hate high-rise construc- work. Can you hear me now? decit would result from his proposed 2017 state budget
tion? Ive got a bridge to sell you. of $179.5 billion, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Ive mentioned this in other letters: John Dillon His announcement came three years after he assured
Mike Caggiano California residents that the state budget would be bal-
that cheap, fast and convenient trans-
San Mateo San Bruno anced moving forward.
portation is the only way out. Say a
Beyond that, state revenue is growing far slower than
economists predicted, while costs are much higher than
OUR MISSION: expected. The combination of higher costs and lower
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most state revenue suggest that our state lawmakers have
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those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. approved a budget that exceeds the revenue the state will
By combining local news and sports coverage, likely collect. Needless to say, we can hardly afford to
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, spend money we do not have.
Michael Davis Charles Gould lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to Here is a common sense solution. Before enacting leg-
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Paul Moisio Joe Rudino provide our readers with the highest quality
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Tumble for tech stocks pulls indexes lower


By Stan Choe remarkably placid for much of this
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS year, and the biggest move for the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 22,359.88 S&P 500 last week was a dip of
NEW YORK Technology Low: 22,219.11 just 0.3 percent. A few events are
stocks slammed into reverse on Close: 22,296.09 on the schedule for this week,
Monday, and the losses overshad- Change: -53.50 though, which could make mar-
owed gains in other areas of the kets more active.
OTHER INDEXES Federal Reserve Chair Janet
market to send broad U.S. indexes
lower. S&P 500: 2496.66 -5.56 Yellen will give a speech on infla-
Treasury bond prices and gold NYSE Index: 12,141.56 -10.23 tion and monetary policy on
rose, meanwhile, as investors Nasdaq: 6370.59 -56.33 Tuesday, one of several central
looked for safer places for their NYSE MKT: 2629.71 +16.58 bankers on the schedule for the
money following the latest esca- Russell 2000: 1451.96 +1.18 week. Investors are also waiting
lation in the heated rhetoric Wilshire 5000: 25,956.87 -44.41 to hear more details about
between the United States and President Donald Trumps plans to
North Korea. Stock markets 10-Yr Bond: 2.22 -0.04 cut taxes.
around the world were mixed after Oil (per barrel): 52.13 +1.47 Investors were also keeping a
the leader of Europes largest Gold : 1,314.10 +16.60 close eye on tensions between
economy retained her position, North Korea and the U. S. On
though her political strength may Facebook fell 4.5 percent, Nvidia said Nate Thooft, senior portfolio They rose with the price of oil, Monday, North Koreas foreign
have weakened. lost 4.5 percent and video-game manager at Manulife Asset which has been holding above minister said Trumps threat over
The Standard & Poors 500 developer Electronic Arts lost 3.6 Management. As people get $50 per barrel in recent days after the weekend that leader Kim John
index dropped 5.56 points, or 0.2 percent. scared as they see better oppor- spending most of the summer Un may not be around much
percent, to 2,496.66. The Dow Any stumble for tech this year tunities elsewhere, or as they see below that level. Benchmark U.S. longer was a declaration of war.
Jones industrial average fell has been notable given how much someone else heading for the crude rose $1. 56 to settle at Prices for Treasury bonds
53.50 points, or 0.2 percent, to better its done than the rest of the gates its a bit of a self-fulfill- $52.22, and Brent crude, the inter- jumped after North Koreas foreign
22,296.09, and the Nasdaq com- market. Tech stocks in the S&P ing prophecy, he said, where national standard, jumped $2.16 minister made his comments. That
posite dropped 56.33, or 0.9 per- 500 have jumped 23 percent in investors look to sell their tech to $59.02 a barrel. in turn pushed down yields.
cent, to 6,370.59. Smaller stocks 2017, double the S&P 500s gain. stocks before everyone else does. Genuine Parts had the biggest The yield on the 10-year
held up better than the rest of the Theyve been so successful that As investors moved out of tech gain in the S&P 500 after it said it Treasury note fell to 2.21 percent
market, and the small-cap Russell many hedge funds and other stocks on Monday, some money would buy Alliance Automotive from 2.25 percent late Friday. The
2000 index rose 1.18, or 0.1 per- investors have bought them in flowed into areas of the market Group, a European distributor of two-year fell to 1.41 percent from
cent, to 1,451.96. hopes of riding the tide higher. that havent done as well. auto parts, tools and workshop 1. 44 percent, and the 30-year
The days action was centered But tech stocks success also Energy stocks, which have been equipment. Genuine Parts valued dipped to 2.76 percent from 2.78
around the technology sector, and means that theyre look more the worst performers in the S&P the deal at $2 billion, including percent.
tech stocks in the S&P 500 lost expensive than the rest of the mar- 500 this year, had the days debt. The price of gold had been down
1. 4 percent. Thats more than ket, relative to corporate profits. strongest gains. Marathon Oil Genuine Parts gained $5.24, or in morning trading, but it quickly
three times the loss of any of the There have been a lot of dollars gained 3.1 percent, for example, 6 percent, to $93.22. reversed course following the
other 10 sectors that make up the trafficking in these areas that have and Noble Energy rose 2.7 per- The stock market has been North Korean statement. It rose
index, and the losses were broad: been winners the last year or so, cent. $14 to $1,311.50 per ounce.

Target raising minimum hourly wage to $15 by end of 2020


By Anne dInnocenzio vious year, following initiatives by Walmart have continued to press at the state and local merce growth is fueling hiring, pay is up 2.7
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and others to hike pay in a very competitive level. percent in the past year. Retailers, however,
marketplace. But Targets increase to $15 per At the same time, competition for lower- have lifted pay just 1.8 percent in the past
hour far exceeds not only the federal mini- skilled workers has heated up. As shoppers year. That may be spurring more workers to
NEW YORK Target Corp. is raising its mum of $7.25 but the hourly base pay at leave for better opportunities: Separate gov-
get more mobile-savvy, retailers want staffers
minimum hourly wage for workers to $11 Walmart, the nations largest private ernment data shows the number of retail
who are more skilled at customer service and
starting next month and then to $15 by the employer, and plenty of its retail peers workers quitting their jobs this year and last
in technology such as using iPads to check
end of 2020, a move it says will help it hire whose minimum hourly pay hovers around is at the highest in a decade.
out inventory. But with the unemployment
and keep the best employees and make shop- $10. Now Targets raise could force some
rate near a 16-year low, the most desirable The average hourly pay for cashiers is now
ping a better experience for customers. rivals to match the pay. retail workers feel more confident in hopping $10.14, according to the Korn Ferry Hay
The initiative announced Monday is part We see this not only as an investment in from job to job. Some 75 percent of hourly Groups survey of 140 retailers with annual
of the discounters overall strategy to our team but an investment in an elevated retail workers now change jobs within a year, sales of at least $500 million. The survey
improve its business, which includes remod- experience for our guests and the communi- compared with 50 percent during the Great was conducted in May. A year ago, it was
eling stores, expanding its online services ties we serve, Brian Cornell, CEO of Target, Recession, according to Korn Ferry Hay $9.79.
and opening up smaller urban locations. told reporters on a call Friday. Group, a global consultancy group. Target says its minimum hourly wage of
Target quietly raised entry-level hourly The changes come as theres more atten- Thirty-two percent of all first jobs in the $11 is higher than the minimum wage in 48
wages to $10 last year from $9 from the pre- tion on hourly wages. Thousands of workers U.S. are in retail, according to the trade states and matches the minimum wage in
have protested to call atten- group the National Retail Federation, and Massachusetts and Washington. It says the
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gles and to fight for $15 an than they did a few years ago. than 300,000 workers, but it declined to
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Landscape an increase in the federal min- employees. For workers at transportation that Target will be hiring for the holiday sea-
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player and able to provide excellent perfect, he wrote. Pls work w/us to When taxicabs complained, Uber defi-
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natures. It also promised appeals and fallout would just be too great, needs to be regulated. They need to be
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McGwires rookie HR mark
Tuesday Sept. 26, 2017

Caada sophomore Sangha claims title at Morro Bay


By Terry Bernal rough start, scoring a 1- Sangha finished with an overall score of A graduate of San Mateo High School,
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF over through the front 9. 143, shooting a 75 through Mondays sec- Sangha is well acquainted with the course at
Then she settled in for a ond round. Caada coach Rick Velasquez Morro Bay. The annual site of the California
Caada College sophomore Aman Sangha tremendous display of said the picturesque weather was not an Community College state golf champi-
shot to the top of the leaderboard on the golf that included five issue. More the challenge was more difficult onships, she led the Lady Colts there last
back 9 on the first day of the North-South birdies on the final seven pin placement on Day 2. season after she took second place in the
Invitational womens golf tournament and holes. Both days were very nice but today I Northern California Championships.
never looked back. I guess I just felt thought the pin placements were a little Then, two weeks ago, she travelled to the
Winning the individual title at the two- calmer, Sangha said. I more difficult, Velasquez said. Usually the course some three-and-a-half hours from
day tournament at the Morro Bay Golf Aman Sangha was like, oh yeah, this second day, the whole field does better, but I Caada College to shoot a practice round
Course, Sangha shot a 4-under 68 in is a new 9. Dont worry didnt see the field doing better today. Those
Sundays opening round. She got off to a about what you did on the front 9. greens were really tough. See COLTS, Page 19

Standing up for
NDBs Kleytman FTW H
By Terry Bernal
Athlete of the Week
my own reasons
aving been a sports writer for
more than two decades, Ive
stood at attention for the ag and
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
national anthem way more than the aver-
The first thing that is evident in talking to age sports fan. On Central Coast
Notre Dame-Belmont girls water polo stand- Sections Championship Saturday
out Michelle Kleytman is the kid is a cutup. that day in early November that usually
Thats nothing compared to the way the jun- features water polo and volleyball cham-
ior center has been cutting up opposing goal- pionship matches Ive stood for a half
keepers though. Just look at her performance dozen anthems in one day. Ill be honest,
in last weeks 19-7 win over Mills. Kleytman as I watch this country continue to be torn
scored a season-high seven goals in the asunder, Ive contemplated my reasons for
Peninsula Athletic League Ocean Division standing for the national anthem.
matchup. Ive wanted to write this column for the
The explosive performance has earned better part of a month, but didnt know
Kleytman Daily Journal of the Week honors. how to clarify my beliefs. I think Ive
But in the bigger picture, that the junior has nally wrestled up
the Tigers winning is worthy of the honor in the words to
and of itself. NDB is off to a 6-0 start in Ocean describe my
Division play. Not bad considering through actions.
Kleytmans previous two varsity seasons, Ive come to the
NDB didnt win a single league game. conclusion that I
Previously playing in the West Catholic will continue to
Athletic League until transitioning to the PAL stand for the
this season, NDB hadnt won a league game in national anthem. I
at least six years. Even with that track record, dont stand to
the competitive Kleytman said she was disap- honor the military.
pointed about downshifting to the less com- I dont stand to
petitive Ocean Division. honor my country
I was apprehensive about it at first because as it is today. I
I really liked the (WCAL) competition, stand because of
Kleytman said. what I believe the ag represents. It
That disappointment got replaced with stands for the land of the free, home of
euphoria in NDBs season opener, a 14-7 over the brave. A place where everyone has a
Terra Nova, when Kleytman and company ral- voice and they are allowed to express
lied FTW thats for the win, for the non- their opinions. A place that welcomes the
text messaging literate and NDB celebrated poor, huddled masses of the world to
the victory like no other. maybe give them a better lot in life. It
That first win, you just saw perfect eupho- stands for the greatness of those who
ria, Kleytman said. came before and made this country the
Kleytman likened the thrill of the win to greatest in the world at one time.
one of the biggest comebacks shes ever been I will continue to stand to remember
a part of, a 6-5 non-league victory last season what this country can be, a country
against San Lorenzo Valley. The Tigers trailed where, as long as you put in the work,
5-1 in that, the second game of the 2016 sea- anyone can accomplish anything. A
son. Kleytman, though, led a five-goal run in country that has been battered over near-
the fourth quarter, including her game-ending ly 250 years and keeps moving forward,
buzzer-beater to break a 5-5 deadlock to send warts and all.
the Tigers into a frenzy. There is a lot of rage about athletes not
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL showing proper respect for the ag by
It was one of the few celebrations the Tigers Michelle Kleytman scored seven goals for Notre Dame-Belmont girls water polo in a 19-7 win
enjoyed last year, winning just four games over Mills last week. After not winning a league game in at least six years in the WCAL, the Tigers kneeling in silent protest. Which begs

See AOTW, Page 12 transitioned to the PAL Ocean Division this season and are off to a 6-0 league start. See LOUNGE, Page 19

NBA players express frustration with Trumps words


By Tim Reynolds Cavaliers star. Its the land of the free. ers kneeling during the national anthem.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Because the But we still have problems just like every- You cant get more insulting than that,
body else and when we have those prob- Phoenix center Tyson Chandler said.
people run this lems, we have to figure out a way how we Added Miami forward Udonis Haslem: I
LeBron James is not backing down on his
comments about President Donald Trump, country. Not one come together and be as great as we can be dont think President Trump wants to fight
as a people.
and countless other players and coaches in individual. Because the people run this country. Not
any of them defensive linemen or anybody in
the NBA made it clear at media days around the NFL. Probably should just be respectful.
LeBron James one individual. And damn sure not him. James referred to Trump as that guy, and
the league Monday that they are equally fed
up with what could perhaps be described as a included Trump rescinding the champion These tensions have obviously been pres- defended his decision to tweet that the pres-
pattern of actions from the White House Golden State Warriors invitation to the ent for far more than one weekend, but they ident is a bum a post that quickly
that they would call divisive or worse. White House, James calling the president a are bubbling now in the NBA like perhaps became one of Twitters most-shared ever.
Politics were the storyline of the NBA on bum and stars like union president Chris never before with players in many cities The name-calling continued Monday:
the first official business day of the season Paul speaking out in frustration. Monday saying they were angered over the Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal said
for most of the leagues clubs. That was no We know this is the greatest country in presidents use of the line son of a bitch,
surprise, given the events of a weekend that the world, said James, the Cleveland cited last week during a rant about NFL play- See NBA, Page 19
12 Tuesday Sept. 26, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Raiders humbled by loss in Washington


By Josh Dubow
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

ALAMEDA The Raiders have


prided themselves on always being
competitive in two-plus seasons
under coach Jack Del Rio.
That sure wasnt the case on
national television Sunday night
when the
Raiders deliv-
ered a perform-
ance more remi-
niscent of the
struggles that
preceded Del
Rios arrival in
MATT KARTOZIAN/USA TODAY SPORTS
2015 than the
Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott scores a touchdown during the first
play that had
Jack Del Rio many labeling half Monday night at University of Phoenix Stadium.
them a Super Bowl contender after
two wins to open the season.
Oakland was thoroughly disman-
Dallas cowboys up
tled by Washington in a 27-10 loss By Bob Baum Denver, began the game kneeling
that wasnt nearly as close as the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS at midfield with owner Jerry Jones
final score indicated. The Raiders BRAD MILLS/USA TODAY SPORTS in a show of unity that followed
were outgained 472-128 for the Redskins tight end Vernon Davis makes a touchdown catch in front of GLENDALE, Ariz. Dak widespread protests across the NFL
fifth-most lopsided total in fran- Raiders cornerback Sean Smith Sunday night at FedEx Field. Prescott threw two touchdown of critical comments by President
chise history and looked lost on passes and flipped head over heels Donald Trump over the weekend.
Cooper stalled the fourth posses- Chris Thompson was left unguard-
both sides of the ball from start to into the end zone on a 10-yard run After they kneeled, they stood
sion as the Raiders didnt get their ed on a short catch that led to a 22-
finish. for another and the Dallas and walked to the sideline for the
initial first down until early in the yard TD that opened the scoring and
Were taking our lumps today, Cowboys pulled away in the fourth anthem.
second quarter. then took a third-and-19 screen pass
Del Rio said. We know its a miser- quarter to beat the Arizona Prescott, 13 of 18 for 183 yards,
Oakland managed to get into 74 yards on the most glaring mis-
able Monday when you dont get it Cardinals 28-17 on Monday night. broke a 14-14 tie with a 37-yard
Washington territory on that drive take by the defense that came the
done on Sunday. Were dealing with The Cowboys (2-1), bouncing scoring pass to Brice Butler with
only to have Carr throw his second drive after Oaklands first touch-
that. Well take it like men and back from a 42-17 pummeling in 11:52 to play.
interception of the game on a pass down.
move on. Clearly, it wasnt any- to Seth Roberts. That was a killer. That was one of
thing close to what we know were hate swimming, she said.

AOTW
Little improved as the game went those momentum (shifters), Del
capable of. Well go back to the on as Oaklands two scores came on Rio said. Heck, our fans in the A lifer in the pool, Kleytman said
drawing board, well make our cor- drives of 18 and 8 yards following bowl at that point were taking over. she learned long ago competitive
rections and well move on. Washington fumbles. The Raiders It was awesome. I thought, this is it swimming wasnt for her. Since she
Now the Raiders (2-1) must fix the even had to settle for a field goal on right here. This is a chance to get Continued from page 11 was 2, she swam with her cousin
problems that arose in Washington the second of those drives when Carr back in the game. And that was one Valery Piachonkina. When
before they travel to Denver for a threw three straight incompletions of those moments I was referring to. Kleytman was 8, though, she bailed
showdown with the Broncos (2-1) overall. They came close late in the on swimming with such ferocity,
after a first-and-goal from the 4. Then, they just rip our heart out with
that will leave the loser in third year to earning a WCAL win, losing Piachonkina who Kleytman said
Carr got sacked two more times, that screen. Good execution on their
place in the ultra-competitive AFC back-to-back games to St. Ignatius liked competitive swimming
with the four sacks overall being his part, very poor on our part.
West. to close the season, each by three- bailed with her.
most since 2015 and the Raiders did- David Amerson misplayed a deep
The offensive woes started early point differentials. A longtime club Having run the gamut of local
nt reach 100 yards of offense until a ball that turned into a 52-yard touch-
as a usually stout offensive line water polo player, though, water polo clubs including the
meaningless garbage time drive late down for Josh Doctson and Sean
struggled to give Derek Carr his Kleytman always seemed to excel Burlingame Aquatics Club, the
in the game. Smith allowed Vernon Davis to
usual time to throw or clear holes for against even the elite competition Stanford Girls Water Polo Club, and
Theyve certainly got good rush. catch two passes for 44 yards and a
Marshawn Lynch and the running of the WCAL. the past two years at Diablo Alliance
We knew that coming in, Del Rio TD , while playing just three plays
game. said. The pocket got collapsed a all night. She was able to score goals, Water Polo Club in the East Bay
The tone was set when Carr threw little more than were accustomed No tes : Del Rio said he didnt thats for sure, NDB head coach Kleytman has settled in as a force at
an interception on the second play to. There were some opportunities believe the protests during the Mark Marques said. And weve NDB; although she has an interest-
from scrimmage on a deep pass to to get the ball out and we didnt take national anthem had any impact on come pretty close toward the end of ing theory as to why she enjoys the
Amari Cooper and things only got advantage of them. the way his team played. ... WR each of the last two seasons to win- center position so much.
worse from there for the offense. The defense didnt fare much better Michael Crabtree was able to travel ning our first league game. We just I may have gotten lazy, just sit-
Carr got sacked on back-to-back as Kirk Cousins completed 25 of 30 back with the team after leaving couldnt get it. ting in one position all the time,
plays to end the next drive with a passes for 365 yards, with 243 of with a chest injury. He took a good After transitioning to the center Kleytman said.
three-and-out, Lynch was stopped those yards coming after the catch shot. It was a clean hit, a good shot. position to start her sophomore sea- Yep, shes all fun and games out-
on a third-and-short the next drive, for the most against an Oakland Crabs a tough guy so Im sure hell son she played driver as a fresh- side the pool. In the water, though,
drops by Michael Crabtree and defense in four years. bounce back, Del Rio said. man in 2015 shes put up big Kleytman is more content with the
numbers. Her single-game career- power game as opposed to the speed
high is eight goals, a total she game.
Ankle injury forces Carradine to injured reserve reached last season.
Shes been really, really good,
Now, shes got NDB thinking big.
In two previous seasons, the word
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to take return in eight weeks if San Marques said. The fact the offense postseason never even got men-
C a r r a di n e s Francisco chooses to designate has worked really well, shes been tioned. With the Tigers 8-1 start,
SANTA CLARA The San place on the 53- him as one of two players eligible scoring really well in all our games. that has changed in a hurry.
Francisco 49ers have placed defen- man roster. to return from injured reserve. The story behind the switch from Weve never been here and we
sive lineman Tank Carradine on Carradine got Nzeocha was originally drafted driver to center is where Kleytmans want to make the most of it,
injured reserve with an ankle hurt Thursday by the Cowboys in the seventh sense of humor really gets cooking. Kleytman said. We want to come in
injury. night against round in 2015. He has played in The preface to her dominant career as strong on the ground and make the
The 49ers signed linebacker the Los Angeles eight games the past two seasons a center may seem like a practical biggest footprint we can. And I
Mark Nzeocha from the Dallas Rams. He will and had four tackles. He has been impossibility for a water polo play- think we can really achieve some-
Cowboys practice squad Monday Tank Carradine be eligible to on the practice squad this season. er. Nonetheless, to put it bluntly: I thing, like a title.

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Honor roll
lead the Gryphons to a 25-21, 25-22, 25-22 Ocean Division matches last week, but got a
win over Castilleja in the WBAL Skyline breakout performance by their freshman
Division opener. OMahony. The outside hitter entered the
Ni ck Medeari s , Cry s tal Spri ng s week never having recorded double-digit
Upl ands bo y s cro s s co untry. The kills, but racked up 16 kills in a four-set win
Gryphons took sixth place at the Pacific over South City. She then matched that
Tiger Invitational Saturday with Medearis total two days later in a four-set loss to
leading the charge. The senior took third Sequoia.
place in the small school race with a time of Cate Des l er, Sacred Heart Prep v o l -
15 minutes, 30.2 seconds. Also finishing l ey bal l . Just a day in the life for the
in the top 50, out of 325 competitors, in Gators fiercest terminator in a sweep of
the five-kilometer race for Crystal Springs Mercy-SF. The senior recorded her second
was junior Alberto Mujica (16:35.3); junior double-double of the year, totaling 20 kills
Aiden Duncanson (16:47.9); and sopho- and a season-high 15 digs.
more Wilser Vasquez (17:02.9). Danny Gi l marti n, Serra bo y s water
Dy l an Wi l l i ams , Hal f Mo o n Bay po l o . The junior poured in 10 goals in the
fo o tbal l . The senior transfer from Menlo Padres 15-14 win over St. Ignatius in
School had the most productive game of his WCAL action.
high school career. Known primarily as a Kri s ten Sel l ers and Sel i na Xu,
place kicker, Williams showed off some Menl o Scho o l v o l l ey bal l . The Knights
nifty moves with the ball in his hands, dynamic setter tandem enjoyed a remarkable
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL PAM MCKENNEY
returning two punts and the opening kickoff pairing in a sweep of reigning West Bay
Serra defensive linemen Nico Rollandi, left, for touchdowns during the Cougars 62-0 Athletic League Foothill Division champion Menlos Robert Miranda posted the best
and Caleb Tuimavave in Saturdays shutout. win over Mills. Williams also made all Notre Dame-Belmont. Each fell one dig shy overall time at the Pacific Tiger Invitational.

S
e rra de f e n s e , f o o t b al l . The seven of his extra-point attempts. of a triple-double; Sellers totaled 16 kills, 19 taking third with a 20:54. In the boys var-
Padres earned their first shutout Vi v e k a Kurup , Carl mo n t g i rl s assists and nine digs while Xu totaled 10 sity race, Walker took first with a time of
since Oct. 17, 2015, allowing just g o l f. Only a freshman, Kurup recorded a kills, 25 assists and nine digs. They went on 16:57, edging out Design Tech junior
22 yards of total offense in Saturdays 45-0 pair of birdies to finish with a 1-over 28 at to lead Menlo to a key win with a sweep of Tanson Chan by 2 seconds. Nuevas other
win over Archbishop Riordan. And this Mariners Point to lead the Scots to a PAL archrival Sacred Heart Prep, each again six boys runners Caleb Dittmar, Angus
without their best lineman in defensive Ocean Division victory over El Camino, recording double-doubles. Zuklie, Peter Enger, Jackson McClelland,
tackle Atonio Mafi, who was out due to ill- 189-247. Jenna Lang e and Ethan Wal ker, Joseph Quimson and Jacob Leeman fin-
ness. Montez Davis spelled Mafi nicely as Gi o v an n i Fab i an i - Wy at t , Te rra Nuev a Scho o l cro s s co untry. Nueva ished third through eighth.
he, defensive tackle Caleb Tuimavave, and No v a fo o tbal l . The junior running back School swept both the boys and girls Ro b e rt Mi ran da, Me n l o S c h o o l
defensive ends Nico Rollandi and Nick had carried the ball only one time through meets at the Private School Athletic League bo y s cro s s co untry. The senior topped
Brown were a wall at the line of scrimmage. the Tigers first three games this season. In No. 1 meet Sunday, Sept. 17 at Crystal the field at the Pacific High School Tiger
Senior linebacker Raymond Redmond a 49-14 win over Capuchino, Fabiani-Wyatt Springs. Lange led the Mavericks to a Invitational Saturday in Stockton. While he
totaled two sacks. Junior linebacker carried the ball five times for 116 yards sweep of the top three spots in the girls won the small schools race on the five-kilo-
Malakai Rango and senior defensive back and touchdown runs of 41 and 48 yards. He varsity race with a time of 19 minutes, 6 meter course at Elkhorn Golf Course with a
Anthony Ovalle each nabbed interceptions. also had an interception from his defensive seconds. The Zarrinnegar sisters finished time of 15 minutes, 9 seconds, he earned the
So phi a Lo ckto n, Cry s tal Spri ng s back position. two-three for Nueva, with senior Donya top overall time, finishing 17 seconds
Upl ands g i rl s v o l l ey bal l . The sopho- Bai l ey OMaho ny, Capuchi no v o l - Zarrinnegar taking second with a time of faster than that of the winner of the large
more finished with a match-high 15 kills to l ey bal l . The Mustangs split their two PAL 20:32 and sophomore Hanna Zarrinnegar school race.

From start to finish, Thomas


was best in golf this season
By Doug Ferguson But there was a moment
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS early in the week at
Waialae that might have
ATLANTA Justin Thomas had an inkling set the tone for a FedEx
back in January that this season might be Cup title that came down
something special. to the last hour.
More than winning the Sony Open for a Thomas played with
sweep of Hawaii and his third victory in five Jordan Spieth when he
starts, it was how he won. Thomas opened shot 59, and the statistics
with a 59 and never let up until he set the PGA Justin Thomas would have suggested a
Tours record for lowest 72-hole score and different outcome. Spieth
won by seven shots. Instead of trying to pro- led the field that day in proximity to the hole
tect a lead, he left everyone in his wake. with his approach shots at 18 feet, 4 inches.
I felt like after that, I learned a lot to where Thomas was seventh at 25 feet, 7 inches.
I could kind of ride that momentum out for the
year, Thomas said. See THOMAS, Page 19
14 Tuesday Sept. 26, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Giants 9, D-Backs 2
Judge breaks McGwires rookie HR record
By Ronald Blum
Hundley heats up
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK Aaron Judge circled the


in the desert, Gs
bases for the 50th time this season , break-
ing Mark McGwires major league record for
home runs by a rookie, and returned to the
take it to D-Backs
Yankees dugout to exchange handshakes, By Jose M. Romero
hugs and high-fives with excited team- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
mates.
And then, he walked up the steps and back PHOENIX Nick Hundley hit a three-
onto the field. run homer, Johnny Cueto pitched well
Embarrassed by the attention, he managed over six innings and the Giants beat the
four short waves with his right hand before resting Diamondbacks 9-2 Monday night.
heading back to the bench just three seconds Arizona sat most of its regulars a day
later. after clinching the top
They kind of told me: You got to go out NL wild card.
there. You got to go out there, he would Hunter Pence hit a
later recall. First curtain call. I hope it was solo shot in the Giants
a good one. five-run fourth inning
Judge had his second straight two-homer off starter Zack Godley
game in an 11-3 rout of Kansas City on (8-9). San Francisco
Monday. On an unseasonably warm autumn has won five of its last
afternoon, the Yankees won for the 16th seven games.
time in 22 games during a playoff push that Cueto (8-8) held the
Nick Hundley
earned no worse than a wild card. GREGORY J. FISHER/USA TODAY SPORTS Diamondbacks to two
The 6-foot-7, 25-year-old slugger tied Yankees rookie Aaron Judge hits his 50th home run Monday at Yankee Stadium. runs and five hits over six innings. He
McGwires 1987 mark with a two-run drive struck out eight and walked two.
to right-center off Jakob Junis (8-3) in the The second of Jarrett Parkers two dou-
third inning that put New York ahead 3-0, MLB 50-HOME RUN CLUB bles thumped off the left-field wall and
driving a 93 mph high fastball 389 feet drove in Buster Posey in the fourth, and
about a half-dozen rows into the right field 73 Barry Bonds, Giants, 2001 54 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox, 2006 Hundley crushed Godleys offering off the
seats. 70 Mark McGwire, St. Louis Cardinals, 1998 54 Alex Rodriguez, N.Y. Yankees, 2007 facade of the second deck for his ninth
Judge pulled a hanging changeup 408 feet 66 Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs, 1998 54 Jose Bautista, Toronto, 2010 home run. The Giants led the rest of the
for a parabolic solo shot that bounced to the 65 Mark McGwire, St. Louis Cardinals, 1999 53 Chris Davis, Baltimore Orioles, 2013 way.
left of the visiting bullpen against Trevor 64 Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs, 2001 52 Mickey Mantle, N.Y. Yankees, 1956 Hundley drove in his fourth run of the
Cahill in the seventh. It was his fourth mul- 63 Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs, 1999 52 Willie Mays, San Francisco Giants, 1965 game in the eighth with a single. The
tihomer game this month and seventh this 61 Roger Maris, N.Y. Yankees, 1961 52 George Foster, Cincinnati Reds, 1977 Giants scored three runs two unearned
year. 60 Babe Ruth, N.Y. Yankees, 1927 52 Mark McGwire, Oakland Athletics, 1996 off reliever Jake Barrett in the inning,
He was hitting .329 with 30 homers and 59 Babe Ruth, N.Y. Yankees, 1921 52 Alex Rodriguez, Texas Rangers, 2001 though Jeremy Hazelbaker took away a hit
66 RBIs when he won the All-Star Home 58 Jimmie Foxx, Philadelphia As, 1932 52 Jim Thome, Cleveland Indians, 2002 from Joe Panik with a diving catch along
Run Derby. 58 Hank Greenberg, Detroit Tigers, 1938 51 Ralph Kiner, Pittsburgh Pirates, 1947 the right-field line.
The way he started, I thought he was 58 Mark McGwire, As and Cardinals, 1997 51 Johnny Mize, N.Y. Giants, 1947 A fielding error allowed Denard Span to
going to hit 60, 70, Yankees catcher Gary 58 Ryan Howard, Phillies, 2006 51 Willie Mays, N.Y. Giants, 1955 score to increase the Giants lead to four in
Sanchez said through a translator. 57 Luis Gonzalez, Diamondbacks, 2001 51 Cecil Fielder, Detroit Tigers, 1990 the top of the fifth. Godley was charged
But as if zapped by Kryptonite, Judge 57 Alex Rodriguez, Texas Rangers, 2002 51 Andruw Jones, Atlanta Braves, 2005 with five earned runs and eight hits. He
slumped to a . 179 average with seven 57 x-Giancarlo Stanton, Marlins, 2017 50 Jimmie Foxx, Boston Red Sox, 1938 struck out five with three walks.
homers and 16 RBIs from the start of the 56 Hack Wilson, Chicago Cubs, 1930 50 Albert Belle, Cleveland Indians, 1995 Arizona was charged with four errors for
second half through Aug. 31, a whiff-a-thon 56 Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle Mariners, 1997 50 Brady Anderson, Orioles, 1996 the game.
that included 67 strikeouts in 44 games. 56 Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle Mariners, 1998 50 Greg Vaughn, San Diego Padres, 1998 The Diamondbacks fielded a lineup of
I saw frustration, Yankees manager Joe 54 Babe Ruth, N.Y. Yankees, 1920 50 Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs, 2000 reserves and recent call-ups, save for Drury
Girardi said. I didnt see him getting down. 54 Babe Ruth, N.Y. Yankees, 1928 50 Prince Fielder, Brewers, 2007 and Godley. Manager Torey Lovullo said
I never saw him stop working. I never saw 54 Ralph Kiner, Pittsburgh Pirates, 1949 50 x-Aaron Judge, Yankees, 2017 before the game that he would return to the
him not believe in himself. 54 Mickey Mantle, N.Y. Yankees, 1961 x-active player regulars on Tuesday as the team looks
Judge revived to hit .307 with 13 homers ahead to hosting the NL wild-card game.
and 26 RBIs in a stunning September, leav- outs. But I think if Im an owner or a GM, opponent and his total is second in the The entire team enthusiastically cele-
ing him with a .283 average, 108 RBIs, an Ill take 300 strikeouts with the year hes majors to the 57 of Miamis Giancarlo brated getting into the postseason late
AL-leading 120 walks and a big league-high putting up, Yankees third baseman Todd Stanton. Judge is a contender for AL MVP , Sunday afternoon.
203 strikeouts. Frazier said. along with Houstons Jose Altuve and Tomorrow we are going to crank it right
Everybodys going say, oh, the strike- Judge has homered against every AL Clevelands Jose Ramirez. back up, and its business as usual,
Lovullo said. Its going to be a dress
rehearsal for the most important game of
Mariners homer four times to hammer As the year for us, and thats going to be on
Wednesday (Oct. 4).
By Gideon Rubin
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Mariners 7, As 1 Trainers room
starts. Manager Bruce Bochy said RHP Matt
OAKLAND Mitch Haniger homered Haniger hit his 15th
Maxwell in lineup Cain, who was throwing in the bullpen
twice and Felix Hernandez won for the first and 16th home runs off As catcher Bruce Maxwell played his first before Mondays game, could pitch once
time in more than two months as the Seattle starter Daniel Gossett (4- game since becoming the first player in the more this season, as could Cueto. ... OF
Mariners defeated the As 7-1 Monday night. 10). The 24-year-old majors to kneel during the national anthem Austin Slater (groin injury) will see a spe-
A day after being eliminated from playoff Oakland rookie gave up Saturday, part of a national protest movement cialist about his injury. ... Reliever Josh
contention, the slumping Mariners snapped seven runs on a career- against discrimination and harsh treatment of Osich left the game after facing one batter,
Oaklands season-high seven-game win- Daniel Gossett high four homers blacks by police. He was greeted with a loud Jeremy Hazelbaker, who lined a single off
ning streak and its eight-game run at home allowed. ovation along with some boos sprinkled in Osichs side.
the teams second-longest in 11 years. Mike Zunino hit a three-run shot, his from the Oakland crowd of 9,329. Maxwell
The Mariners had lost eight of nine. 24th, that broke a scoreless tie in the sec- cleared the concussion protocol on Monday. Up next
Hernandez (6-5) gave up one run in six ond. Yonder Alonso added his 26th homer, He hadnt played since Sept. 20. Giants left-handerMatt Moore (6-14) is
innings of two-hit ball. King Felix hadnt connecting against his former team. In an apparent show of support for 1-1 against Tuesdays opponent, the
won since July 15, a stretch that included a Marcus Semien hit a solo homer off Maxwell, most of the Oakland Unified Diamondbacks, this season. Arizona left-
stint on the disabled list from Aug. 2 to Hernandez in the sixth. School District band members took a knee hander Robbie Ray (14-5) looks to go to
Sept. 13 with right shoulder bursitis. He was Andrew Albers pitched three shutout as they performed the national anthem 6-0 in his last seven starts, which would
0-2 with a 5.40 ERA in his previous five innings for his first save. before the game. include Tuesdays.

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when he rst came to this country.

NBA LOUNGE But then again, Im not a black man.


Or a Hispanic man. Or a Polynesian
man. Or a woman. Or transgender. Or
TUESDAY
Girls tennis
Sacred Heart Prep at Menlo Schoo, 3:30 p.m.;Terra
Continued from page 11 Continued from page 11 gay. Or Muslim. There is no assault on Nova vs. Westmoor at Skyline College, Oceana at
me because of my skin color, religious South City, Capuchino at Sequoia, El Camino at
Woodside, Menlo-Atherton at San Mateo, Mills at
afliation or gender identity. Carlmont, Hillsdale at Burlingame, Half Moon Bay
Trump is a clown and Toronto Raptors guard DeMar the question: do you stand at attention at Aragon, Crystal Springs vs. Castilleja at Rinconada
So I stand for those who are afraid to Park, 4 p.m.
DeRozan said the president is a so-called leader. every time you hear in the anthem? in stand for themselves. I stand knowing
I think the president brought a lot of this stuff on him- your living room? Do you pull over in that this country can only get better at
Girls volleyball
Kehillah Jewish at Mid-Peninsula, 4 p.m.; Sequoia
self, said DeRozan, who is American but plays in Canada. your car and put your hand over your this point. at Westmoor, Jefferson at Mills, Capuchino at El
He brought it on himself, he brought it on us as a country. heart when the anthem is played on the Camino, Hillsdale at South City, Terra Nova at
And for those who have chosen to Aragon, 5:15 p.m.; Mercy-Burlingame at Mercy-SF,
... I feel no player is trying to disrespect anybody, no flag radio? exercise their First Amendment rights
Notre Dame-SJ at Menlo School, Eastside College
Prep at Crystal Springs, 5:45 p.m.; Carlmont at
or anything like that, but we seem to be the ones who get Ill be honest. I dont. by silently protesting before a game? Burlingame, Half Moon Bay at Woodside, San
all the disrespect from our so-called leader. Mateo at Menlo-Atherton, 6:15 p.m.; Notre Dame-
More common, however, was what I Well, the beauty of this country is that Belmont at Harker, Summit Prep at Design Tech,
Trumps comments about the NFL and NBA come at a time saw while watching the news Monday it protects the rights of those who Summit Shasta at Alma Heights, 6:30 p.m.
where the government has obvious concerns about matters morning. A reporter went to a well- choose to kneel. Or its supposed to. Girls water polo
involving North Korea, the pledge many Republicans made Hillsdale vs. Terra Nova at Oceana, Half Moon Bay
known East Bay sports bar Sunday to Im starting to have my doubts. at Capuchino, 4 p.m.; Mills vs. Mercy-Burlingame
to repeal and replace health care legislation, with a tax get fan reaction to the anthem debate. I While so many are quick to castigate at Serra, 6 p.m.; San Mateo vs. Notre Dame-Belmont
at Serra, 7 p.m.
overhaul plan looming and with Florida, Texas and Puerto didnt see one person paying any atten- these so-called rich, spoiled athletes for
Rico all dealing with crippling effects of hurricanes in Boys water polo
tion let alone standing at attention having an opinion, not nearly enough Aragon vs. Terra Nova at Oceana, Priory at Ca-
recent weeks. as the anthem played in the back- people are willing to hear what it is puchino, Sequoia at San Mateo, 5 p.m.
We all have to come together, Denver guard Jameer ground. More common are people dg- they are protesting. Maybe if we spent College mens soccer
Nelson said. Whether you voted for Trump or not the Skyline at Cabrillo, 2 p.m.; CCSF at Canada, 4 p.m.
eting around in the stands, hats on, not more time looking for a solution to
world needs to be better. I dont know. I dont know what really paying attention. Trust me, I see their grievances instead of condemning College womens soccer
Canada at Skyline, 2 p.m.
the right answer is. I dont know what the wrong answer is. it at every game I attend. them for their simple actions, maybe we
Nobody does. If we did, we wouldnt be sitting here and talk- WEDNESDAY
I stand for what this country offers. can return to a time when everyone feels Girls water polo
ing about it. that the ag waves for them. Sacred Heart Prep at Valley Christian, 3:30 p.m.;
Ive seen the American Dream rsthand. Burlingame at Aragon, Carlmont at Menlo-Ather-
After deadly protests involving white nationalists in My dad immigrated to the United States Because it certainly used to. ton,Woodside at Castilleja, 4 p.m.; Sequoia at Menlo
Charlottesville, Virginia last month, Memphis Grizzlies School, 5 p.m.
in the early 1960s. When he left this
coach David Fizdale has been actively trying to get Earth, he had made an impact on society Boys water polo
Burlingame at Hillsdale, 4 p.m.; Carlmont at Menlo-
Confederate symbols such as monuments removed from his as a son, a brother, an uncle, a public Nathan Mollat can be reached by email: Atherton, Half Moon Bay at Menlo School, 6 p.m.;
city. nathan@smdailyjournal.com or by phone: 344- Mitty at Serra,Valley Christian at Sacred Heart Prep,
servant, a husband and a father who 5200 ext. 117. He can also be followed on 6:30 p.m.
On Monday, Fizdale said it was Trump who is disrespect- left his family in better shape than Twitter @CheckkThissOutt. Girls volleyball
ing military members, not athletes who protest in various Pinwood at Alma Heights, 5:30 p.m.
ways. College volleyball

COLTS
said she is focused on the 2017 state
Look at what hes doing with North Korea putting our Canada at Hartnell, 2 p.m.; Canada vs. West Valley
championship, slated for Nov. 11-12 in at Hartnell-Salinas, 4 p.m.; CSM vs. Gavilan at Los
troops in danger right now instigating a war, Fizdale said. Medanos College-Pittsburg, 5 p.m.; CSM vs. Butte
Morro Bay. She is determined to play at at Los Medanos College-Pittsburg, 5 p.m.
You know how many troops we have in South Korea and
the next level though, with her goal
Japan thats in direct line with where this guy can fire mis- THURSDAY
Continued from page 11 being to earn a transfer to a Division I Girls tennis
siles? Obviously the Gold Star family that lost their son ... Pinewood at Crystal Springs, 3:30 p.m.; El Camino
program.
I can keep going on this, guys, you know that. at South City, Terra Nova at Oceana, Woodside at
Capuchino, Westmoor at Sequoia, Half Moon Bay
So when we talk about disrespecting our military, people with her younger sister Kiran. With her younger sister Kiran current- at Carlmont, Menlo-Atherton at Mills, Aragon at
need to take a look back at whos really disrespecting our Its really fun, Sangha said. I really Hillsdale, Burlingame at San Mateo, Menlo School
ly a senior at San Mateo Kiran isnt vs. Castilleja at Rinconada Park, Sacred Heart Prep
military and whos really honoring our military by exercis- love coming down to Morro Bay with playing golf there for the second at Harker, 4 p.m.
ing their rights. the team. This team bonding is really straight year, instead focusing on her Girls volleyball
Media days in the NBA are a mixture of basketball-related exciting. I really like it. It really helps amateur career on the Northern Summit Prep at Kehillah Jewish, 3:30 p.m.; The
our game too. Nueva School at Summit Shasta, 4 p.m.; Jefferson
interviews, photo sessions and some frivolity. At Heat California Golf Association junior cir- at Capuchino, Mills at South City, El Camino at Se-
media day, Goran Dragic whose current contract is worth As a team, Caada settled for 10th cuit Sangha said there is a possibility quoia, Westmoor at Hillsdale, Carlmont at Terra
Nova, 5:15 p.m.; Crystal Springs at Pinewood, 5:45
$85 million talked about his decision to fly coach home place in the 15-team tournament. Of the the two could land at the same school. p.m.; Half Moon Bay at San Mateo, Menlo-Ather-
from his native Slovenia. In Memphis, guards Mike Conley six players on the Colts roster, only four She said Kiran is likely to bypass the ton at Burlingame,Woodside at Aragon, 6:15 p.m.;
Mercy-Burlingame at Notre Dame-SF, Notre Dame-
and Mario Chalmers gave hair-care tips. Coaches took ques- were able to make the trip. Freshmen community college route to go straight Belmont vs. Sacred Heart Prep at Speiker Pavilion,
Gabby Ruiz (199), Debbie Jo Severin Mid-Peninsula at Design Tech, 6:30 p.m.
tions en masse, sometimes even able to actually discuss the to a four-year school to play.
game. (197) and Suzanna Chan (202) fulfilled Boys water polo
Priory vs. Aragon at Hillsdale, 4 p.m.; Sequoia vs.
But there were countless questions about politics and the minimum four-player roster to sub- Were hoping, Sangha said. I dont Terra Nova at Oceana, Capuchino at Mills, 5 p.m.
Trump as well. mit a team scorecard. know. It would be really cool if we went Girls water polo
Sangha is looking toward a bright to the same school. But I dont really Half Moon Bay at Hillsdale, 5 p.m.; Notre Dame-Bel-
future as she emerges as a state contender mind if we go to different schools mont vs. Terra Nova at Serra, 6 p.m.;
Mercy-Burlingame vs. San Mateo at Serra, 7 p.m.

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what Spieth had done to so many other players.
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as his 63 in the U.S. Open. Spieth caught up with three vic-
tories, including the third leg of the career Grand Slam at the
British Open.
Thomas had the best finishing kick.
He won his first major at the PGA Championship. He won
at the TPC Boston by outlasting Spieth on the back nine.
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doubt over the last three holes.
In the 11-year era of the FedEx Cup, he joined Spieth and
Tiger Woods as the only players to win the FedEx Cup in a
season with at least five victories and a major.
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20 Tuesday Sept. 26, 2017 HEALTH THE DAILY JOURNAL

Wanted: One million people to


study genes, habits and health
By Lauran Neergaard pressure and gestational diabetes during
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS pregnancy.
***
WASHINGTON In a quest to end cook- Heading the giant All Of Us project is a
ie-cutter health care, U.S. researchers are former Intel Corp. executive who brings a
getting ready to recruit more than 1 mil- special passion: How to widen access to
lion people for an unprecedented study to the precision medicine that saved his life.
learn how our genes, environments and In college, Eric Dishman developed a
lifestyles interact and to finally cus- form of kidney cancer so rare that doctors
tomize ways to prevent and treat disease. had no idea how to treat him, and predicted
Why does one sibling get sick but not he had months to live. Only two studies of
another? Why does a drug cure one patient that particular cancer had ever been done,
but only cause nasty side effects in the on people in their 70s and 80s.
next? They didnt know anything about me
Finding out is a tall order. Today, dis- because theyd never seen a 19-year-old
eases typically are treated based on what with this disease, said Dishman.
worked best in short studies of a few hun- Yet he survived for two decades, trying
dred or thousand patients. one treatment after another. Then, as he
We depend on the average, the one-size- was running out of options, a chance
fits-all approach because its the best encounter with a genetics researcher led to
weve got, said Dr. Francis Collins, direc- mapping Dishmans DNA and the stun-
tor of the National Institutes of Health. ning discovery that his kidney cancer was
Thats changing: The NIHs massive All genetically more like pancreatic cancer. A
Of Us project will push whats called pre- Pilot testing is under way, with more than 2,500 people who already have enrolled and given pancreatic cancer drug attacked his tumors
cision medicine, using traits that make us blood samples. More than 50 sites around the country large medical centers, community so he could get a kidney transplant.
unique in learning to forecast health and health centers and other providers like the San Diego Blood Bank and, soon, select Walgreens Im healthier now at 49 than I was at
treat disease. Partly its genetics. What pharmacies are enrolling patients or customers in this invitation-only pilot phase. 19, said Dishman. I was lucky twice over
genes do you harbor that raise your risk of, kind could help scientists spot patterns, than 50 sites around the country large really, to be offered an uncommon kind of
say, heart disease or Type 2 diabetes or var- combinations of factors that drive or pre- medical centers, community health centers testing and that it found something treat-
ious cancers? vent certain diseases and eventually, and other providers like the San Diego able.
But other factors affect that genetic risk: researchers hope, lead to better care. Blood Bank and, soon, select Walgreens Precision medicine is used most widely
what you eat, how you sleep, if you grew The DNA is almost the easiest part, pharmacies are enrolling patients or in cancer, as more drugs are developed that
up in smog or fresh air, if you sit at a desk Collins said. Its challenging to figure customers in this invitation-only pilot target tumors with specific molecular char-
all day or bike around town, if your blood out how to put all that together to allow phase. acteristics. Beyond cancer, one of the
pressure is fine at a check-up but soars on somebody to have a more precise sense of If the pilot goes well, NIH plans to open University of Pittsburghs hospitals tests
the job, what medications you take. future risk of illness and what they might the study next spring to just about any every patient receiving a heart stent
Not to mention differences based on age, do about it. U.S. adult whos interested, with sign-up looking for a genetic variant that tells if
gender, race and ethnicity, and socioeco- Pilot testing is under way, with more as easy as going online . theyll respond well to a particular blood
nomics. than 2, 500 people who already have Its a commitment. The study aims to run thinner or will need an alternative.
Layering all that information in whats enrolled and given blood samples. More for at least 10 years. The aim is to expand precision medicine.
expected to be the largest database of its The goal is to enroll a highly diverse Why me? is the question cancer
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specifically recruiting minorities who and not someone else with similar health
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Treatment restores
signs of awareness
in brain-injured man
By Malcolm Ritter
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK French researchers say they restored


some signs of consciousness in a brain-injured man who
hadnt shown any awareness in 15 years.
During months of experimental treatment, his gaze
could follow a moving object and he turned his head
toward people speaking to him. He could also turn his
head when asked to do so, and his eyes widened when a
researcher suddenly came very close to his face, the
researchers reported.
The treatment involved implanting a device in the
mans chest to electrically stimulate the vagus nerve,
which extends into the brain. The technique is some-
times used for depression or to reduce the number of
seizures in epilepsy. The vagus nerve, which also reach-
es down into the abdomen, plays many roles including
slowing the heartbeat and controlling muscles of the
small intestine.
During the treatment, the man also shed tears and
smiled while listening to a favorite song by French
singer Jean-Jacques Goldman. The tears might have been
REUTERS FILE PHOTO the result of the nerve stimulation, said Angela Sirigu of
Sen. Susan Collins speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey the Marc Jeannerod Institute of Cognitive Science in
along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill. Lyon, France, which is affiliated with the National
Center for Scientific Research. Because of brain damage,

Sen. Collins opposition all but the man could not speak, she said.
Sirigu is an author of a study released Monday by the
journal Current Biology.
The 35-year-old man, who was injured in a traffic acci-

kills GOP health care drive


By Alan Fram and the prospects were bleak. ical costs are high.
dent, had spent 15 years in a so-called vegetative state,
which the eyes are sometimes open but the patient shows
no signs of awareness.
His behavioral improvements appeared about a month
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The collapse marks a replay of the The Senate must vote this week for after the device was switched on and persisted for the
embarrassing loss Trump and party Republicans to have any chance of remaining five months of stimulation, Sirigu said. Brain
WASHINGTON The last-gasp leaders suffered in July, when the prevailing with their narrow margin. scans also showed better functioning.
Republican drive to tear down Senate rejected three attempts to pass Next Sunday, protections expire The result totally makes sense to me, said Dr.
President Barack Obamas health care legislation erasing Obamas 2010 against a Democratic filibuster, bill- Nicholas Schiff, a neuroscientist at Weill Cornell
law essentially died Monday as Maine statute. The GOP has made promises to killing delays that Republicans lack Medicine in New York City who did not participate in the
Sen. Susan Collins joined a small but scrap the law a high-profile vow for the votes to overcome. research. While its the first success in a patient whod
decisive cluster of GOP senators in years, and its failure to deliver despite It was unclear if Senate Majority spent 15 years in a vegetative state, it fits with other
opposing the push. controlling the White House and Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. , results that show even patients with long-standing,
The Maine moderate said in a state- Congress has infuriated conservatives would hold a roll call. Thune said he severe brain injury can be helped by treatment, he said.
ment that the legislation would make whose votes Republican candidates believed McConnell would have a vote The challenge now is translating that science into better
devastating cuts in the Medicaid pro- need. if Republicans have at least some medical care, he said.
gram for poor and disabled people, Republicans had pinned their last hope that we would pass it. Most experimental treatments for the vegetative state
drive up premiums for millions and hopes on a measure by GOP Sens. Bill Collins announced her decision have failed to show improvement, said Dr. James Bernat,
weaken protections Obamas law gives Cassidy of Louisiana and South shortly after the nonpartisan emeritus professor of neurology and medicine at
people with pre-existing medical con- Carolinas Lindsey Graham. It would Congressional Budget Office said Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. Like
ditions. She said the legislation is end Obamas Medicaid expansion and millions of Americans would lose any report about a single patient, he said, the new one is
deeply flawed, despite eleventh-hour subsidies for consumers and ship the coverage under the bill and projected it provocative but not definitive, and further study is
changes its sponsors have made in money $1.2 trillion through 2026 would impose $1 trillion in Medicaid needed to see what kinds of patient it can help.
search of support. to states to use on health services cuts through 2026. Sirigu said shes planning a large study involving sev-
The only way Republicans could with few constraints. Desperate to win over reluctant sena- eral medical centers.
resuscitate their push would be to With their narrow 52-48 majority tors, GOP leaders revised the measure
change opposing senators minds, and solid Democratic opposition, several times, adding money late
which theyve tried unsuccessfully to three GOP no votes would doom the Sunday for Alaska, Arizona, Maine,
do for months. Collins told reporters bill. GOP Sens. John McCain of Kentucky and Texas in a clear pitch for
that she made her decision despite a Arizona, Rand Paul of Kentucky and Republican holdouts. They also gave
phone call from President Donald Texas Ted Cruz have said they oppose states the ability without federal
Trump, whos been futilely trying to the measure, though Cruz aides said he permission to permit insurers to
press unhappy GOP senators to back was seeking changes that would let charge people with serious illnesses
the measure. him vote yes. higher premiums and to sell low-pre-
Theyre still working it and a lot of Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, mium policies with big coverage gaps
conversations are going on, No. 3 remains undecided. Murkowski, who and high deductibles.
Senate GOP leader John Thune of South voted against the failed GOP bills in Collins said the eleventh-hour revi-
Dakota told reporters. But he conceded July, has said shes analyzing the mea- sion epitomizes the problems with
that a revival would be a heavy lift sures impact on her state, where med- the GOP-only process.

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Coffee sold in California could carry cancer warning labels


By Brian Melley mercury in nasal sprays and arsenic in bottled
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Im addicted like two-thirds of the water.
But warnings, which can be startling on
LOS ANGELES A future cup of coffee in
population. ... I would like the industry to get acrylamide first encounter, have been less effective due
California could give you jitters before you out of the coffee so my addiction doesnt force me to ingest it. to sometimes inconspicuous placement or
even take a sip. Attorney Raphael Metzger vague language. Drivers everywhere appear
A nonprofit group wants coffee manufactur- to prioritize parking in a garage over warn-
ers, distributors and retailers to post ominous and is outweighed by benefits from drinking would like the industry to get acrylamide out ings such as, This area contains chemicals
warnings about a cancer-causing chemical coffee. of the coffee so my addiction doesnt force me known to the state of California to cause can-
stewing in every brew and has been present- Although the case has been percolating in to ingest it. cer, birth defects and other reproductive
ing evidence in a Los Angeles courtroom to the courts since 2010, it has gotten little Under the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic harm.
make its case. attention. Enforcement Act, passed by voters as The state Office of Environmental Health
The long-running lawsuit that resumed A verdict in favor of the little-known Proposition 65 in 1986, private citizens, Hazard Assessment adopted new regulations
Monday claims Starbucks and about 90 other Council for Education and Research on Toxics advocacy groups and attorneys can sue on last year that will require more specific warn-
companies, including grocery stores and could send a jolt through the industry with behalf of the state and collect a portion of ings that list the chemical consumers may be
retail shops, failed to follow a state law astronomical penalties possible and it could civil penalties. exposed to and list a website with more infor-
requiring warning signs about hazardous wake up a lot of consumers, though its Metzger represented the council in a case mation. Parking garages, for example, will
chemicals found everywhere from household unclear what effect it would have on coffee- later taken up by the state attorney general have to post that breathing air there exposes
products to workplaces to the environment. drinking habits. The lawyer taking on Big that resulted in potato chip makers agreeing drivers to carbon monoxide and gas and
At the center of the dispute is acrylamide, a Coffee said the larger goal is to motivate the in 2008 to pay $3 million and remove acry- diesel exhaust and warns people not to linger
carcinogen found in cooked foods such as industry to remove the chemical from coffee, lamide from their product. longer than necessary.
french fries that is also a natural byproduct of which would also benefit his own three-cup- The law has been roundly criticized for The intent is not to scare people, said
the coffee roasting process. The coffee indus- a-day fix. abuses by lawyers shaking down businesses Allan Hirsch, chief deputy of the office. The
try has acknowledged the presence of the Im addicted like two-thirds of the pop- for quick settlements but is also credited with intention is to help people make more
chemical but asserts it is at harmless levels ulation, attorney Raphael Metzger said. I reducing chemicals known to cause cancer informed decisions. If you continue to buy a
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WAGES
greatly affect the wages paid to student for the states change when they opened consider the ordinance. Several business
employees, since the university pays regu- their business, but have concerns about owners also expressed concerns about the
lar employees above minimum wage. She taking on yet another expense when their complications related to keeping track of
said the wages for the estimated 125 stu- business is still young. the local ordinances should they have mul-
Continued from page 1 dents employed by the university are paid Since Californias new minimum wage of tiple locations in several cities.
out of student tuition, forcing school offi- $10.50 for companies with more than 26 Where possible, we see a lot of logic in
them. cials to make a decision between raising employees went into effect Jan. 1, city synching up and having a common mini-
I think in the end were really talking tuition or cutting the number of students officials across the county have been push- mum wage across the county, which is
about do we want to do it sooner or later? they employ and the hours they work. ing to phase in wage increases ahead of the where I would hope we end up someday, he
she said. For us, its going to be a little bit of a states schedule in response to the Bay said.
For Karen Haas-Foletta, executive direc- balancing act, she said. Areas high cost of living, which trumps Markle asked Hurt and Stone to consider
tor of Belmont-based Footsteps Child Care, Haesloop said many of the students that of other regions in the state. including economic conditions that would
said her even her entry-level employees are employed by the university are supported Stone and Hurt have formed a subcommit- trigger a pull-back of the ordinance should
paid above the states minimum wage. But by some sort of student aid, and may be tee to explore a local ordinance that would an economic downturn occur.
she said raising their wages would signal an using their wages toward their tuition or to accelerate the states process for increasing Sergio Rosales, who has done business
increase in tuition she wasnt sure many of support family members. the minimum wage for local workers to $15 in San Francisco and across the Peninsula
the families who rely on the child care serv- Ann Markle, co-owner of Waterdog an hour, slated to rise incrementally until it through a janitorial business and catering
ices her nonprofit provides in multiple Tavern at 1015 Alameda de las Pulgas, said reaches $15 an hour for all workers Jan. 1, business he owns, said hes navigated local
locations in Belmont and Redwood City the change would produce a cascading effect 2023. minimum wages in other Bay Area cities
could afford. of additional costs to her business, which Both Hurt and Stone have been looking at and has also seen the benefits and chal-
We can only charge the parents as much she opened with her husband, Toby San Mateos local minimum wage ordi- lenges of implementing it.
as we can charge them, she said. We are McMillen, less than a year ago. Markle nance, which officials passed last year, to He said making the case for an increased
grappling with how high of a tuition rate anticipated increases to the wages of gauge how the policy could affect business cost of janitorial services has been palat-
we can get to before we have children in the servers and bussers, who earn tips not owners and marked future discussions with able to some clients who understand the
streets. accounted for in the policy, to be a catalyst restaurant owners specifically to shed light funds are going to his employees, but he
With several children from low-income for wage increases for other workers. on Markles question. Last year, San has lost clients unable to afford increases
backgrounds receiving subsidized services, I think its going to have a rippling Mateos council voted to phase in a two- to the price of catering services hes imple-
Haas-Foletta was worried an increase in effect when I look at whats going to feel step wage increase for all businesses, mented in his other business.
tuition would tip the scales away from right for our restaurant, she said. regardless of size, with the minimum hit- You dont always get the opportunity to
using child care for parents, especially With questions about how her restaurant ting $12 Jan. 1, 2017, then $13.50 the fol- pass all the costs on, he said.
those of older children, making just enough could support increased wages through lowing year and $15 by 2019. Stone said the council plans to hold at
to pay for the services today. increased menu prices or a service charge, Stone said he was also hoping to engage least one other community meeting on the
Mary Haesloop, executive director of Markle also worried the change would send with officials in Redwood City, where a topic prior to the councils Oct. 24 meet-
human resources at Notre Dame de Namur diners to restaurants in neighboring cities. local ordinance is being discussed, and ing, and said the item could be reviewed for
University, said the change would most She said that she and her husband accounted nearby San Carlos to encourage them to adoption as early as Nov. 14.

COMMUTE
Caltrain conductors run trains along the One month a year commuting Bartholomew though was reluctant to
Peninsula on a fixed timetable, said guarantee electrification would cure all syn-
Bartholomew, while BART uses an automat- On a good day when he makes his connec- chronization symptoms.
ic computer-operated system across the Bay tion, with the walk included from his front Electrification is supposed to help in
Continued from page 1 Area which determines variables such as door to the BART station in San Franciscos many ways and hopefully it can help in this
departure times and speed, said agency Mission district, Thomas said he spends 90 way too, she said. But that remains to be
complete the connection. spokesman Jim Allison. minutes in transit one way. Extrapolating seen.
Rail commute veteran Brian Locicero, The core differences in the systems make that out, he figures he spends the time
who takes Caltrain every day from South equivalent to approximately one month of For Locicero, he would settle for Caltrain
it difficult to coordinate times, said Allison, merely beefing up its service by putting
San Francisco to his app development job despite officials efforts. each year traveling to and from work.
in San Francisco, recognized the struggle of more trains on the tracks.
BART has worked with Caltrain to some While noting his experience may not be
those like Thomas as well. as bad as some drivers who plug slowly I only wish Caltrain was more frequent. I
extent to ensure transfers at Millbrae
Locicero, 43, who admits his single-line through packed Bay Area highways each very much have to plan exactly when Im
Station are accounted for in our train sched-
commute is preferable to many others, sug- day, Thomas struggles are compounded by coming and going, said Locicero, who said
ule, he said in an email.
gested for everyone else, more coordina- his dependency on the train. his commute takes about an hour each way,
Bartholomew shared a similar perspec-
tion between transit stations is in order. As an epileptic, his last three applica- including a drive from his home in northern
tive, while noting the agencies attempts
tions to land a drivers license were denied South San Francisco to the station and
may leave customers still wanting.
Synching schedules? I definitely understand that feeling when due to the threat of him experiencing a roughly 20-minute walk to his office.
While acknowledging such wishes are you are trying to make a connection of seizure while behind the wheel. Thomas said While he grants himself a time cushion
common, rail officials were reticent to offer when you miss a train how frustrating that he has no future plans to take the test again. for the drive because surface street traffic
much hope a fix is on the horizon. can be, she said. We always try to keep Im not going to be driving any time can be unpredictable, all things considered,
We are aware of the issue and its some- the customer in mind. soon, he said. Locicero acknowledged his existing com-
thing that we will continue to work on. But She added the room for improvement Looking forward, the producer for mute is preferable to others hes done previ-
right now its not the perfect situation, could be addressed through enhanced collab- Peninsula TV said he hopes some of his ously or those of his East Bay colleagues.
said Caltrain spokeswoman Tasha oration, and said officials are committed to transit troubles can be solved through elec- Overall, I think its a very good com-
Bartholomew. The conversation has been having those talks. trification of the Caltrain tracks, which mute, he said.
had and we try to work with other agencies I think that is something we have tried to believes would bring system operations Locicero said the experience is improved
as best as we can. do to the best of our ability, and thats not closer to rail systems in Japan he considers through his efforts to clear his mind and
Bartholomew said essential functional to say we wont keep trying, she said. superior. meditate during the train trip an experi-
hurdles exist which preclude BART and For Thomas, such an effort would be great- Im very much in favor of this moving ence some of his more battle-scarred fellow
Caltrain from perfectly synching their serv- ly appreciated, considering the sizable ahead because it would benefit the entire commuters would likely consider quite
ice times at joint stops. amount of his time at stake. Bay Area, he said. peaceful.

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forward after the House and Senate enact for the tax overhaul to help win pas-
their budget frameworks, Brady said.
Republicans are divided over the
potential elimination of some of the
sage of the plan.
Theres an understanding among out-
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deductions, underscoring the difficulty Republicans across the country that Sen. Hill Holds Java With Jerry. 8:30
of overhauling the tax code even with there is a desperate need to cut middle- a.m. to 9:30 a.m. 1219 Broadway, Peninsula Author to Talk About
Monday. They spoke on condition of GOP control of the House and Senate. class taxes, Bliss said, noting excite- Burlingame. Sen. Jerry Hill holds com- Russias Brief Bubble of Freedom. 7
anonymity ahead of a formal announce- munity coffee to provide a legislative p.m. to 9 p.m. 855 El Camino Real, Palo
House Republicans planned to hold a ment and relief among outside groups update and speak with constituents Alto. Peninsula journalist Michelle A.
ment. Wednesday retreat at Fort McNair, that it was finally time to push the tax about their concerns and questions. Carter will discuss her just-released
In addition, the top tax for corpora- Maryland, a few miles from the White package in Congress. No RSVP required. For more informa- memoir, From Under the Russian
tion call 212-3313. Snow, and sign copies of the book.
tions would be reduced to around 20 per- House, to discuss the proposal, with Republicans control Congress but For more information contact micki-
cent from the current 35 percent, they briefings led by Brady and Rep. Peter they are split on some core tax issues. Hawaiian Music Jam. 9 a.m. to 10:30 cartr@gmail.com.
said. It will seek to simplify the tax a.m. 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San
Roskam, R-Ill. Theyre in agreement on wanting to cut Mateo. Registration is required. Free. Realm of the Habsburgs: Hungary,
system by reducing the number of Trump planned to address the plan in tax rates and simplify the byzantine tax For more information call 522-7490. Austria and the Czech Republic. 7
income tax brackets from seven to p.m. Lane Community Room,
a speech the same day at the Indiana system but theyre divided over whether Box Employer Forum. 10 a.m. to Burlingame Public Library, 480
three. State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis. to add to the governments ballooning Noon. Redwood City Public Library, Primrose Road, Burlingame. For more
Trump has said he wanted to see a 15 Cabinet members and other top admin- debt with tax cuts. The GOP also is at 1044 Middlefield Road, Redwood information call 558-7444.
City. Learn about Boxs human
percent rate for corporations, but istration officials were fanning out on odds over eliminating the federal deduc- resources process, corporate culture Author visit. 7 p.m. 301 Castro St.,
House Speaker Paul Ryan has called Thursday to talk about the benefits of tion for state and local taxes. and potential opportunities for expe- Mountain View. Critically-acclaimed
that impractically low and risking rienced workers. For more informa- author Peter Clines shares his adven-
overhauling the tax system. That deduction is prominently in the tion call 780-7058. turous debut novel, Paradox Bound.
adding to the soaring $20 trillion The tax reform I think is very criti- sights of the plans architects. Treasury For more information call 428-1234.
national debt. British North America. 1:30 p.m. to
cal and he knows that, said Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the 3:30 p.m. 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, Club Fox Blues Jam. 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
The White House and congressional Christopher Ruddy, the CEO of administration wants to eliminate or San Mateo. Learn about British North 2209 Broadway, Redwood City.
leaders planned an all-out blitz later NewsMax and a longtime Trump friend. reduce it because the federal govern- America from instructor Michael Featuring Chris Cain. $7 cover fee. For
this week to build support for the plan, Svanevik. Cost $58. For more informa- more information visit
And thats why hell push really hard ment shouldnt be subsidizing states tion call 522-7490. www.rwcbluesjam.com.
which is now Trumps top legislative for it. But hes got something big and wealthy households. Nearly 44 mil-
priority as the GOP has struggled to Late Library Film Nights: Train to THURSDAY, SEPT. 28
going for him here. The Republicans lion people claimed the deduction for Busan. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Millbrae Career Fair. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. San
repeal and replace Democrat Barack need to run on something next year and state and local taxes in 2014, according Library, 1 Library Ave., Millbrae. Mateo County Event Center, 1346
Obamas health care law. The political its tax cuts. So even if they dont want to the most recent IRS tally, especially Refreshments provided. Film is unrat- Saratoga Drive, San Mateo. Free
ed and contains graphic imagery. For admission. For more information call
stakes are high for Trump, who has to be particularly helpful to him, I in the high-tax, high-income states of more information call 697-7607. 344-5200.
promised to bring 3 percent economic think theyre going to give him this. If California, New York, New Jersey and
growth and expanded jobs through tax Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel: Where is Color for Wellness. 1 p.m. to 2:30
he has the tax cuts signed, I think its Connecticut. Health Care Headed? 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. San Mateo Senior Center 2645,
cuts. going to be very helpful for him. Politics figure heavily. There are a p.m. 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. Cost Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo.
Vice President Mike Pence was $15 to $55. For more information Workshop gives tools needed to cre-
Touching with his conservative base, host of GOP lawmakers in those four contact ggehue@commonwealth- ate a positive and healthy lifestyle
expected to hold events in Michigan Trump planned to discuss the tax plan at Democratic-controlled blue states club.org. change through the simple and fun
and Wisconsin on Thursday to promote dinner Monday night with representa- including prominent members like use of color. For more information call
Poetry Night with Tanu Wakefield. 522-7490.
the tax plan with business leaders. tives of several conservative, religious House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110
The plan being assembled lays out and anti-abortion groups. of California. A number of them are Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. Dementia Friends: A Family
pro-growth tax reform, Rep. Kevin Listen to and share poems with host Friendly Visitor Program. 3:30 p.m.
Outside Republican groups and busi- pushing back. Laureate Tanu Wakefield. For more to 4:30 p.m. Mills-Peninsula San
Brady, R-Texas, head of the tax-writing ness interests are also planning a major Regardless of what the administra- information contact Mateo Campus, 100 S. San Mateo
House Ways and Means Committee, belmont@smcl.org. Drive, San Mateo. Attend this infor-
push to advocate for the tax framework. tion and the House GOP come up with mation meeting to volunteer to help
told reporters on Capitol Hill. It will Corry Bliss, the executive director of on taxes, Sen. Orrin Hatch, the Utah Free Standup Comedy. 8 p.m. to adults with dementia. For more infor-
fix a tax code that is so complex, so the American Action Network, a conser- Republican who heads the tax-writing 9:30 p.m. Newells, 497 San Mateo mation call 696-7661.
Avenue, San Bruno. Free comedy
costly and so unfair, he said. vative advocacy group, said it planned Senate Finance Committee, has warned show. For more information call 583- LGBTQ Book Club. 4:30 p.m. to 6:15
Details will be filled in later by the to spend $12 million atop the $8 that his panel wont be a rubber 0440. p.m. 144 W. 25th Ave., San Mateo. For
committee, and legislation will be put community members, allies and
million it spent laying the groundwork stamp for the plan. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27 friends. For more information call
Free Pet Fixes. 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. 6925 591-0133.
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Interstate 380 and El Camino Real to lion and build the 152-room hotel, accepting pets on a first come, first Cirque Exotique du Monde
OTO Development is set to proceed. which officials expect would generate served basis. Surgery performed by a Production. 8 p.m. The Dragon
licensed vet inside the Peninsula Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood
Representatives from Unite Here about $1 million annually in transient Humane Society SPCA surgery vehi- City. $35 for general admission, $27
Local 2 did not respond to requests for occupancy tax. cle. One pet per family, dogs and cats for students and seniors. For more
Continued from page 1 only. For more information call 340- information call 493-2006.
comment on the decision. Members of The deal also promises the builder 7022.
the organization had opposed the sale will construct a conference room FRIDAY, SEPT. 29
project by appealing a City Council designed to accommodate as many as Hillsdale Mall Senior Walkers. 9:30 Yom Kippur Kol Nidrei Service. 6:30
because the developer had expressed an a.m. to 10:15 a.m. Hillsdale Shopping p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Wornick Jewish Day
approval of the property sale. 300 people.
unwillingness to hire union labor to Center, 60 E. 31st Ave., San Mateo. 45 School, 800 Foster City Blvd., Foster
The appellate court claimed the The unions group, acting as the San minute walk every Monday, City. For more information call 667-
operate the hotel.
opposition, spearheaded by union Bruno Committee for Economic Wednesday and Friday. There is a 9556.
group Unite Here Local 2, cannot Zafferano has countered that argu- brief warm up before the walk as well
ment by pointing to the developers Justice, filed last June 3,200 petition as a cool down. For more information Cirque Exotique du Monde
attempt to reverse the approval signatures seeking to bring the March call 703-4678. Production. 8 p.m. The Dragon
because it is an administrative act, commitment to hire union labor for Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood
building the hotel. He has also sug- 2016 hotel approval back before the Open House: Senior Peer City. $35 for general admission, $27
which is not reviewable through the City Council for reconsideration. Counseling Training in Spanish. 10 for students and seniors. For more
voter referendum process. gested the decision over union labor a.m. to noon. 24 Second Ave., San information call 493-2006.
should be made without hanging the Should the council elect to maintain Mateo. Free, professional training for
San Bruno City Attorney Marc their position, the issue would be then confidential emotional support. Redwood City Salsa Festival 10th
Zafferano celebrated the courts deci- development up in court. Support is offered in a variety of lan- Anniversary Party. 8 p.m. Fox
floated to voters on a ballot initiative.
sion. Groundwork for the project was laid guages. For more information call Theatre, 2215 Broadway, Redwood
The likelihood of that process mov- 403-4300. City. Admission is $60. For more infor-
The city is very pleased that the through voters approving Measure N, mation call 780-7311.
ing ahead is thrown into question by
appellate court issued a unanimous which allowed for increasing develop- Drop In Computer Help. 10 a.m. to
the courts most recent decision noon. 1044 Middlefield Road, Redwood City Salsa Festival 10th
published opinion holding that the ment height in the corridor near the
though. Redwood City. One-on-one help Anniversary Party Featuring
City Councils decision to sell the Shops at Tanforan and downtown. regarding laptops, E-readers, tablets Spanish Harlem Orchestra. 9 p.m.
The trial court held, among other and mobile phones. Meets in the Fox Theatre, 2215 Broadway,
property to OTO is not subject to a ref- Officials have claimed the initiative
things, that the subject resolution Small Conference Room on the first Redwood City. $60. For more informa-
erendum, he said in an email. also requires the property targeted for floor. Free. For more information con- tion contact hopeinsite@gmail.com.
constituted an administrative act and
Under the most recent decision, the development to be a hotel. tact gsuarez@redwoodcity.org.
was therefore not subject to referen- SATURDAY, SEPT. 30
deal to sell for roughly $4 million a Should the project move ahead with- dum. We agree and we affirm, accord- San Mateo Professional Alliance All-You-Can-Eat Monthly
piece of property at the intersection of out further obstruction, the developer Networking Lunch. Noon. Mimis Breakfast. San Bruno American
ing to the courts decision. Cafe, 2208 Bridgepointe Parkway, San Legion Post 409, 757 San Mateo Ave.,
would acquire the land for $3.97 mil- Under state law, only acts Mateo. Meet new business connec- San Bruno. 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. $10 for
tions. New speakers each week. For adults and $6 for children 12 and
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address. The business is conducted by
player and able to provide excellent an Individual. The registrants com-
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service to our clients. FBN on N/A.
/s/Bridget G. Grant/
Requirements: This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 8/24/2017. (Publish-
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Primary Responsibilities: as: Redwood Imports, 1521 Lago St.
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94080 2)Edio Eurly Tomasini, 1521 Lago
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H. Araujo, 144 Gnattan St., San Francis-
Apply in person at: co, CA 94117. The business is conduct-
210 El Camino Real, So. San Francisco, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. ed by a General Partnership. The regis-
For information phone: 650-366-5348 x2100 trants commenced to transact business
(at the Guard Station on Spruce Street, Rear Parking Lot). under their FBN on N/A.

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This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 9/21/2017. (Publish-
Sees will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
9/26/17, 10/3/17, 10/10/17, 10/17/17).
requirements of applicable local, state or federal law (including San Francisco Ordinance #131192).

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203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 296 appliances 304 Furniture
FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NaMe FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NaMe OrDer TO sHOW caUse FOr reFrigeraTOr cOMPacT made by carPeT rUNNer: 16ft.X26 Wide. Col-
NOTice OF vacancy - sTaTeMeNT #274854 sTaTeMeNT #275078 cHaNge OF NaMe emerson $25.00 good shape joe 650 or: floral design. good condition
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business CASE# 17CIV03964 573 5269 $45.00. (650)266-3184
assessment appeals as: MC International, 25 Gladys Ave, as: Chais House, 180 El Camino Real, SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
Board: President of the BRISBANE, CA 94005. Registered MILLBRAE, CA 94030. Registered Own- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, rOOM HeaTer Electric 1320 Watts, Ar- cOaT/HaT sTaND, solid wood, for your
Board of Supervisors Don Owners: Mildred Camba, same address. er: Chai Saechao, 210 Sebastian Dr., 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5. mountain cabin/house. $25. (650)520-
The business is conducted by an Individ- Millbrae, CA 94030. The business is con- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 (650)952-3500 7045
Horsley announced that ap- ual. The registrants commenced to ducted by an Individual. The registrants PETITION OF
plications are being accept- transact business under their FBN on commenced to transact business under Francis Wai Fung Liu seWiNg MacHiNe-rOYaL XL 6000 cOMPUTer sWiveL CHAIR. Padded
ed for appointment to the 11/27/01. their FBN on N/A. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
/s/Mildred Camba/ /s/Chai Saechao/ Petitioner: Francis Wai Fung Liu filed a (650)342-8436.
Assessment Appeals Board This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- petition with this court for a decree cOMPUTer TaBLe, adjustable height,
(AAB). There is currently sor-County Clerk on 8/31/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 9/25/2017. (Publish- changing names as follows: seWiNg MacHiNe: Older Singer Porta- chrome legs, 29x48 like new $30 (650)
one board member position ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Present Name: Francis Wai Fung Liu ble sewing machine. Works great. 697-8481
9/12/17, 9/19/17, 9/26/17, 10/3/17). 9/26/17, 10/3/17, 10/10/17, 10/17/17). Proposed Name: Francis Wai Fung Lau $40.00 (650)207-4162
and three alternate member DesK, gD. cond. $99.99 or b.o.
positions on the AAB that THE COURT ORDERS that all persons vicKs WarM Vaporizer Like New (650)458-3578
the County is seeking to fill. FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NaMe FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NaMe interested in this matter shall appear be- $10.00 (650)697-6763
sTaTeMeNT #274928 sTaTeMeNT #274905 fore this court at the hearing indicated
Pursuant to the Revenue & The following person is doing business The following person is doing business below to show cause, if any, why the pe- WHirLPOOL WasHer DRYER, GE DiNeTTe TaBLe, 3 adjustable leaf.$30.
Taxation Code, in order to as: Christys Bridal Studio, 142 Brent- as: Elizabrazil Cleaning Services, 1085 tition for change of name should not be Refrigerator all working and in good con- (650) 756-9516.Daly City.
satisfy the requirements for wood Dr., SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Rollins Rd. #109, BURLINGAME, CA granted. Any person objecting to the dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240.
CA 94080. Registered Owner: Chunhua 94010. Registered Owners: 1)David name changes described above must file DiNiNg TaBLe (36"x54") and 4 match-
qualification to serve on the Garcia Dos Santos and Maria Elizabeth a written objection that includes the rea- ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for
AAB, the applicant must
Tan, 1070 Skyline Dr., Daly City, CA
94015. The business is conducted by an Da Silva Garcia, same address. The sons for the objection at least two court 297 Bicycles $250 .(650)-654-1930.
have a minimum of five (5) Individual. The registrants commenced business is conducted by a General days before the matter is scheduled to
aDULT BiKes 1 regular and 2 with bal- Dresser 4-DraWer in Belmont for
to transact business under their FBN on Partnership. The registrants com- be heard and must appear at the hearing
years professional experi- 9/11/2017. menced to transact business under their to show cause why the petition should loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 $75. Good condition; good for children.
ence in the State of Califor- /s/Chunhua Tan/ FBN on N/A. not be granted. If no written objection is Call (650)678-8585
cHiLDs scHWiNN BicYcLe, BLUe in
nia as one of the following: a This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/David Garcia Dos Santos/ timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. Dresser- arT Deco. 54wide 34 tall
sor-County Clerk on 9/11/2017. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
certified public accountant or ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 9/7/2017. (Publish- petition shall be held on 10/25/17 at 9 22deep. $150. (650)888-2662.
public accountant; a li- NeW 12" girls bike w/ training wheels
9/12/17, 9/19/17, 9/26/17, 10/3/17). ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, $75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave
censed real estate broker; 9/26/17, 10/3/17, 10/10/17, 10/17/17). Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this mes Dresser- vicTOriaN. 35 tall
Order to Show Cause shall be published
an attorney; a property ap- FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NaMe at least once each week for four succes- 48wide 22 deep. W/ mirror 34x42
praiser accredited by a na- sTaTeMeNT #274869 FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NaMe sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- 298 collectibles $450. (650)888-2662.
tionally recognized profes- The following person is doing business sTaTeMeNT #275068 ing on the petition in the following news-
Dresser-arT DecO. Heavy Glass.
as: Gau Poang Chinese Restaurant, The following person is doing business paper of general circulation: 1950's THe First Authentic Rock & Roll
sional organization; a prop- 1208 S. El Camino Real, SAN MATEO, as: Chummy Tees, 7170 La Honda San Mateo Daily Journal Collection, 72 original hits, $10; 591- Top 51 tall 36 deep 14 wide $150.
erty appraiser certified by CA 94402. Registered Owner: Gau Road, LA HONDA, CA 94020. Regis- Filed: 9/12/2017 9769 San Carlos (650)888-2662.
the Office of Real Estate Ap- Poang LLC., CA. The business is con- tered Owner: Narwhaler, LLC, DE. The /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
DrexeL HeaDBOarD $50. (650)589-
ducted by a Limited Liability Company. business is conducted by a Limited Lia- Judge of the Superior Court
praisers; or a property ap- The registrants commenced to transact bility Company. The registrants com- Dated: 9/8/2017
BiLLY Dee Williams autographed Star 0764
Wars action figure: Lando Calrissian,
praiser certified by the State business under their FBN on N/A. menced to transact business under their (Published 9/19/17, 9/26/17, 10/3/17, space smuggler. $35 Steve (650)518- eNTerTaiNMeNT ceNTer for $50.
Board of Equalization. The /s/David B. Costa/ FBN on 5/26/16. 10/10/17) 6614 Good shape, blonde, about 5' high.
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Josh Neuman/
AAB hears public appeals to sor-County Clerk on 9/1/2017. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses-
(650)726-4102
FraMeD LeBrON James painting,
property tax assessments ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 9/22/2017. (Publish- 25"x21"; $99-will text photo; 650-591- gLiDer rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
and may increase or lower 9/12/17, 9/19/17, 9/26/17, 10/3/17). ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9769, San Carlos lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644.
9/26/17, 10/3/17, 10/10/17, 10/17/17). OrDer TO sHOW caUse FOr
such assessments in order cHaNge OF NaMe iKea Dresser, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
to equalize the local tax as- FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NaMe CASE# 17CIV03967 LeNNOx reD Rose, Unused, hand 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
sessment roll in accordance sTaTeMeNT #274952 FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NaMe SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
The following person is doing business sTaTeMeNT #274794 COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, $12.00. (650) 578 9208. iKea TaBLe, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
with applicable law. The as: Rocket Wolf, 752 Bounty Dr, Apt # The following person is doing business 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, $ 30. (650)598-9804.
AAB generally meets on the 5201, FOSTER CITY, CA 94404. Regis- as: Everlasting Beauty, 904 Laurel St., REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 MiLLer LiTe Neon sign , work good
2nd & 4th Thursday of each tered Owner: Thomas J. Kloby, same ad- SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered PETITION OF $59 call (650)218-6528 LeaTHer secTiONaL sofa with otto-
dress. The business is conducted by an Owner: Marina Suncin, same address. Na Zheng man. Like brand new! $300.
month at 9:30 AM in the Individual. The registrants commenced The business is conducted by an Indi- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: sUPreMes greaTesT Hits, 2 album (650) 861-2411.
Board of Supervisors' to transact business under their FBN on vidual. The registrants commenced to Petitioner: Na Zheng filed a petition with set, $10; 591-9769 San Carlos (650)591-
Chambers, 400 County Cen- N/A. transact business under their FBN on this court for a decree changing names 9769 LOve seaT, Upholstered pale yellow
/s/Thomas J. Kloby/ N/A. as follows: floral $99. (650)574-4021
ter, Redwood City. AAB This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Marina Suncin/ Present Name: Na Zheng viNTage FLOraL Bone china teacup,
members must also be sor-County Clerk on 9/12/2017. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses- saucer, dessert plate. $10 per set. Six NeW DeLUxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
Proposed Name: Jenna Lau ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
available for specially ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 8/28/2017. (Publish- sets available. (650)503-4170. Redwood
9/19/17, 9/26/17, 10/3/17, 10/10/17). ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, City. Sell! (650) 875-8159.
scheduled hearings which THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
9/26/17, 10/3/17, 10/10/17, 10/17/17). interested in this matter shall appear be-
may last one or more days. NeW TWiN Mattress set plus frame
fore this court at the hearing indicated 299 computers $30.00 (650) 347-2356
applications will be re- FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NaMe below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
sTaTeMeNT #274942 FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NaMe
ceived on an ongoing ba- sTaTeMeNT #275020 tition for change of name should not be recOrDaBLe cD-r 74, Sealed, Unop- OaK 25 Bottle wine cabinet with etched
The following person is doing business granted. Any person objecting to the glass inset. Not refrigerated. $50
sis and can be obtained as: Avenue Styles Salon, 1307 Bayswa- The following person is doing business
name changes described above must file
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
(650)646-8530
ter Avenue, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. as: Club de Nannies Latino, 1020 El Ca- (650) 578 9208
from Sherry Golestan, Registered Owner: Stacy Ann Chandler, mino Real # 6, BURLINGAME, CA a written objection that includes the rea-
Deputy Clerk of the Board of 94010. Registered Owner: Alma Esmer- sons for the objection at least two court OFFice TaBLe, 24"x48" HD. folding
166 Gramercy Drive, San Mateo, CA days before the matter is scheduled to 300 Toys legs each end. 500# capacity. Cost
Supervisors, 400 County 94402. The business is conducted by an alda Ibarra Ramirez, same address. The
be heard and must appear at the hearing $130. Sell $60, (650)591-4141
Individual. The registrants commenced business is conducted by an Individual.
Center, Redwood City, sgo- to transact business under their FBN on The registrants commenced to transact to show cause why the petition should DOLL HOUse w/ furniture $50.00 new
lestan@smcgov.org or by business under their FBN on 09/01/2017. not be granted. If no written objection is joe 650 573 5269
4/8/13. timely filed, the court may grant the peti- OFFice TYPe 34"X 60" heavy solid
calling (650) 363-4609. Ap- /s/Stacy A. Chandler/ /s/lma Esmeralda Ibarra Ramirez/
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the Large sTUFFeD ANIMALS - $3 each wood with formica wood grain top $25
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
plications are also available sor-County Clerk on 9/12/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 9/20/2017. (Publish- petition shall be held on 10/25/17 at 9 Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 (650) 787-9753
on the County website: ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this rOLLerBLaDes, gOOD condition. OrNaTe Large BOOKcase: Two
http://bnc.smcgov.org/va- 9/19/17, 9/26/17, 10/3/17, 10/10/17). 9/26/17, 10/3/17, 10/10/17, 10/17/17).
Order to Show Cause shall be published Size 10 $25 OBO. Please call (650)745- Pieces 5Ft across by 7ft tall Paid $2500
cancies. For information at least once each week for four succes- 6309 asking $500 CALL(650)345-9199.
about this Board, contact FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NaMe FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NaMe sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
sTaTeMeNT #275085 ing on the petition in the following news- sTar Wars one 4 orange card ac- OrNaTe MaHOgaNY headboard with
Raquel Barradas, Assess- sTaTeMeNT #274959
The following person is doing business paper of general circulation: tion figure, Momaw Nadon (Hammer- gold trim $60. (650)589-0764
The following person is doing business
ment Appeals Board Clerk, as: Logan Psychology, 327 N. San Ma- as: 1)Muntean Wealth Management San Mateo Daily Journal head). $8 Steve (650)518-6614
rbarradas@smcgov.org, 2)Muntean Wealth 3)Mark Muntean Pho- Filed: 9/12/2017 PiNe DOUBLe/QUeeN head/foot board
teo Drive, Suite 9, SAN MATEO, CA sTar Wars one 4 orange card ac- with metal frame $50. (650)646-8530
tography, 214 Cerrito Avenue, RED- /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
(650) 363-4573, or 94401. Registered Owner: Annaleah Lo-
WOOD CITY, CA 94061. Registered Judge of the Superior Court tion figure, Momaw Nadon (Hammer-
aab@smcgov.org or visit the gan, 1821 Lenolt St., Redwood City, CA Dated: 9/8/2017 head). $8 Steve (650)518-6614 reTrO HUTcH Needs refinishing other-
94063. The business is conducted by an Owner: Windy Hill Ventures, Inc., CA. wise good condition. Top detaches from
website at The business is conducted by a Corpo- (Published 9/19/17, 9/26/17, 10/3/17,
Individual. The registrants commenced 10/10/17) sTar Wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader bottom $25. (650)712-9962
http://bnc.smcgov.org/as- to transact business under their FBN on ration. The registrants commenced to
transact business under their FBN on $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568
sessment-appeals-board. n/a. seWiNg sTOrage cabinet, Custom
/s/Annaleah Logan/ N/A. made wood perfect condition $75.
For information about this This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Mark A. Muntean/ 302 antiques (650)483-1222
release, contact Sherry Go- sor-County Clerk on 9/13/2017. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses-
lestan, Deputy Clerk of the ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 9/25/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
210 Lost & Found HeirLOOM 1920 hand quilted bed-
spread. 96" sq. Grandma's Garden pat-
sHeLF rUBBer maid new $20.00
9/19/17, 9/26/17, 10/3/17, 10/10/17). contact joe (650)573-5269
Board, at (650) 363-4609 or 9/26/17, 10/3/17, 10/10/17, 10/17/17). FOUND: KeYs at Westwood Park in tern, 2 scalloped edges. $99. 650-556-
sgolestan@smcgov.org. Redwood City, off of Fernside. Call to 9708 sOFa BeD Recliner (double), beige, 76"
FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NaMe claim (650)714-8893 Good condition. $50 Call 650.952.3466
9/26/17 sTaTeMeNT #274902 FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NAME MaHOgaNY aNTiQUe Secretary desk,
cNs-3054415# The following person is doing business STATEMENT #275059
LOsT caT. Black and White. Black 72 x 40 , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- sOLiD WOOD Entertainment Center-
saN MaTeO DaiLY JOUr- as: Yoconut Dairy Free, 158 South The following person is doing business elled glass, $300. (650)766-3024 TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
as: Angus Lee Performance, 945 South patch on right eye. REWARD. Speakers, Sony 26 Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
Spruce Ave, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO,
NaL CA 94080. Registered Owner: Abzz Grant St., SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Call (323) 439-7713.
PicTUre POsT Cards with stamps, 30, X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
Snacks, LLC, CA. The business is con- Registered Owner: Angus Lee, same ad- 1909 to 1929. $10. (650)826-5262 (925)482-5742
ducted by a Limited Liability Company. dress. The business is conducted by an
Individual. The registrants commenced
Books TWiN BeD, mattress, box spring, frame
The registrants commenced to transact 303 electronics
business under their FBN on N/A. to transact business under their FBN on JaMes PaTTersON hardback books. $ 50. (650)598-9804.
/s/Bonnie Lau/ N/A. 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Angus Lee/ aNTares DOLLars Bill Changer ma- UseD BeDrOOM Furniture, FREE. Call
sor-County Clerk on 9/7/2017. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses- chines never used for small bus. $95 (650)573-7381.
NicHOLas sParKs hardback books. (650)992-4544.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 9/22/2017. (Publish- 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, WaLL UNiT/rOOM Divider. Simple
9/19/17, 9/26/17, 10/3/17, 10/10/17). lines. Breaks down for transportation.
9/26/17, 10/3/17, 10/10/17, 10/17/17). QUaLiTY BOOKs used and rare. World BLaUPUNKT aM/FM/cD Radio and Re-
ceiver with Detachable Face asking $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NaMe & US History and classic American nov-
FicTiTiOUs BUsiNess NaMe els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 $100. (650)593-4490
sTaTeMeNT #274732 OrDer TO sHOW caUse FOr WaLNUT cHesT, small (4 drawer with
The following person is doing business sTaTeMeNT #275029
The following person is doing business cHaNge OF NaMe KiNDLe Fire 8 in. Case and Charger upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
as: Aladdin Technology, 3011 Baze v.LOgviNOv, UNUsUaL Journey to the
as: JM & JJTW Trading Co., LTD, 1502 CASE# 17CIV03901 Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus- incl. 64 gig $75 Jeff 650-208-5758
Road, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Regis- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, WOOD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
tered Owners: Lin Jiang, same address. El Camino Real, SAN BRUNO, CA sian, 104 p $25 650-638-1695 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
94066. Registered Owner: John Marco- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, MOTOrOLa BravO MB 520 (android
The business is conducted by an Individ- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD
ni, same address. The business is con- WOODeN BeD frame, single or 3/4 size.
ual. The registrants commenced to
ducted by an Individual. The registrants REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 294 Baby stuff card Belmont (650)595-8855 over 100 years Very good condition. $20.
transact business under their FBN on PETITION OF
04/01/2017. commenced to transact business under 650-322-9598
their FBN on N/A. Linda Tjeerdske Larson FisHer-Price HeaLTHY Care booster ONKYO av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital
/s/Lin Jiang/ TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: seat - $5 (650)592-5864. Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
/s/John Marconi/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
This statement was filed with the Asses- Petitioner: Linda Tjeerdske Larson filed a Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 306 Housewares
sor-County Clerk on 8/23/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 9/20/2017. (Publish- petition with this court for a decree 296 appliances saMsUNg FLaT TV 20" ex.co.incl.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, changing names as follows: carPeT 10 X 14 Area Rug peach (ny-
9/12/17, 9/19/17, 9/26/17, 10/3/17). Present Name: Linda Tjeerdske Larson VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 lon) good cond. $99 (415)990-6134
9/26/17, 10/3/17, 10/10/17, 10/17/17). 1960's avOcaDO Osterizer blender
Proposed Name: Linda Larson excellent condition $20.00 (650)596- sONY DeTacHaBLe set :3cd /fm/am cOMPLeTe seT OF CHINA - Windsor
0513 double tape. exc cond. $70 (415)231-
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
interested in this matter shall appear be- 4825 20-pieces in original box, never used.
fore this court at the hearing indicated air cONDiTiONer 10000 BTU w/re-
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG $250 per box (3 boxes available).
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- Tv sONY Triniton 21" working condition. (650)342-5630

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tition for change of name should not be brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- $10 OBO (650)784-3243.
granted. Any person objecting to the 0898 crYsTaL (LeaDeD glass) lamp $30.
name changes described above must file air cONDiTiONer, Portable, 14,000
304 Furniture Can send picture. 650-464-7860
a written objection that includes the rea- BTU, Commercial Cool model
sons for the objection at least two court aNTiQUe DiNiNg table for six people FirePLace caNDeLaBra with 5 bat-
CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces- tery-operated candles $30.00, 415-990-
days before the matter is scheduled to sories plus remote included. with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
Fictitious Business Name Statements, be heard and must appear at the hearing
to show cause why the petition should
20 x 16-5/8 x 33-1/2 $245 OBO.
(650)345-1835 aNTiQUe MOHagaNY Bookcase. Four
6134

not be granted. If no written objection is 307 Jewelry & clothing


Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the cirrUs sTeaM mop model SM212B 4
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
arMcHair gOOD condition $55. 650- JiLL sT. John earrings, clip on. Gold /
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, petition shall be held on 10/26/17 at 9
a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
new extra cleaning pads,user manual.
$45. (650)588-5487 266-3184. blue enamel with Jill St. John logo. $10.
(650)588-0842
BarziLaY recOrD - fine walnut cre-
Notice of Public Sales and More. Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
Order to Show Cause shall be published
at least once each week for four succes-
cOLeMaN Lxe Roadtrip Grill -
Red Brand New! (still in box) $100
denza, 72 x 14.5H. $100. 650-804-
3947. Menlo Park. 308 Tools
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- (650)918-9847
ing on the petition in the following news- Beige sOFa $99. Excellent Condition craFTsMaN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
eLecTric sTOve From Sears
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. paper of general circulation:
San Mateo Daily Journal Excellent Condition $225
Please Call (650)244-9267
(650) 315-2319 dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
Filed: 9/7/2017 BraND NeW Bookcase 72"x30" still in DeLTa caBiNeT saW with overrun ta-
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ box $45. (415)231-4825.
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 Judge of the Superior Court
Dated: 9/1/2017
gOOD MicrOWave 1100 watt $40 Da-
ly City (415) 231-4825. BraND NeW Japanese Cotton Futton-
ble. $650/obo. (650)342-6993
rOUTer TaBLe ryobi $ 99. like new
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Large FaN - 26" x 26" - good condition
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(650)839-1064. (650)573-5269

MFg H20LaBs Model 300 exc cond cOMMODe, gOOD condition. $20 obo. scrOLL saW Sears Variable Speed
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TaBLe saW Ryobi 10 with stand. New NiKe air shoes, white, size 10, hardly 345 Medical equipment consignment! cHevY 55 BEL AIR 2 door, Standard
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1947. $60. (650)245-7517 used, about 12" long x 9" high
$23. (650)592-2648
WaLKiNg caNes(2), metal, adjustable,
one a tri-pod, photo available $10 each.
Daily Journals 93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800
obo. (650) 952-4036.
(650)465-2648
viNTage sHOPsMiTH and BaND
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auto classifieds.
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$40. (650)367-1508 Well run it FOrD 50 4-Door Sedan, Automatic BriDgesTONe aLeNza 235/65R17,
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workers. $25 each. Call (650)339-3672 318 sports equipment (650)346-9586. used less than 10k. (650)593-4490

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Jeff Kent, JT Snow. 6' x 2.5' Unused. $4 garage saLes Free: 2 unmounted tires V.G. condition
for Toyota, incl Prius 124 Myrtle Burlin-
LaPTOP case or bag. Black. Like new. each. $35 all. (650)588-1946 San Bruno from south sF to
Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564. esTaTe saLes Palo alto
cHevrOLeT 06 Mini VAN, new radia-
tor, tires and brakes. Needs head gasket.
game (in driveway)

BOW FLex Max Trainer M-3-Very Good $500. (650)481-5296 MerceDes BeNz 19 inch AMG Rim
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one only for sale $50 (650)814-9737 to
$1200 asking $800 Call Michael arrange pick up.
ads@smdailyjournal.com 640 Motorcycles/scooters
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garage sale, (650) 995-0003
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BOBBY HULL Hockey Game Great
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casH regisTer Parts; Much Skin Not oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513 estate sale, tion Sports package 3rd row seats re- $500 (415)269-4784 P195/75R14. $25 obo. 650-745-6309.
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Guts $500 (415)269-4784
gOLF carT, Caddytek, four wheels, yard sale, MOTOrcYcLe saDDLeBags,
cHevrON sHiNgLe Oil will add life to used only twice. $80. 650-341-1728 rummage sale, caDiLLac 02 Deville, 8 cylinder, per- with mounting hardware and other parts 680 autos Wanted
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(650)322-9598 gOLF cLUBs {13}, Bag, & Pull Cart all-- clearance sale, or side white inside 4787 miles $13,000.
Wanted 62-75 chevrolets
Novas, running or not
$90.00 (650)341-8342 MOTOrcYcLe saDDLeBags,
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MeN's rOssigNOL Skis. $95.00, (650)270-6637 645 Boats
good condition, (650)341-0282. Reach over 83,450 readers
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ONe DOzeN Official League Diamond
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DODge 99 MaiNTeNaNce Van, , 670 auto service
PriNce TeNNis 2 section nylon black $1,450, call (650)481-5296
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& France Lames 5 epee blade $95
(415)260-6940
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TOTaL gYM XLS, excellent condition.
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North Korean diplomat: Tweet by Trump declared war


By Edith M. Lederer declared war on North Korea. The Trump
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS administration, referring to the tweet,
stressed that the U.S. is not seeking to
UNITED NATIONS North Koreas top overthrow North Koreas government.
diplomat said Monday that a weekend tweet U. S. Cabinet officials, particularly
by U.S. President Donald Trump was a Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, have
declaration of war and North Korea has insisted that the U. S. -led campaign of
the right to retaliate by shooting down diplomatic and economic pressure on
U.S. bombers, even in international air- North Korea is focused on eliminating the
space. pariah states nuclear weapons program,
It was the latest escalation in a week of not its totalitarian government.
undiplomatic exchanges between North But the more Trump muddies the picture,
Korea and the U.S. during the U.N. General the tougher it may become to maintain
Assemblys annual ministerial meeting. cooperation with China and Russia, which
Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho told seek a diplomatic solution to the nuclear
reporters that the United Nations and the crisis and not a new U.S. ally suddenly
international community have said in popping up on their borders. It also risks
recent days that they didnt want the war snuffing out hopes of persuading Kims
of words to turn into real action. government to enter negotiations when its
But he said that by tweeting that North survival isnt assured.
Koreas leadership led by Kim Jong Un Trump tweeted Saturday: Just heard
wont be around much longer, Trump Foreign Minister of North Korea speak at
declared the war on our country. REUTERS FILE PHOTO U.N. If he echoes thoughts of Little Rocket
Under the U.N. Charter, Ri said, North North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho addresses the 72nd United Nations General Man, they wont be around much longer!
Korea has the right to self-defense and Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York. Trump also used the derisive Rocket Man
every right to take countermeasures, theyre not yet inside the airspace border Hours later, the White House pushed reference to Kim in his speech to the U.N.
including the right to shoot down the of our country. back on Ris claim, saying: We have not General Assembly on Sept. 19, but this
United States strategic bombers even when time he added the word little.

U.S. says its not pushing for regime change in North Korea
By Matthew Pennington fears the adversaries might stumble back Foreign Minister of North Korea speak at Huckabee Sanders told reporters. Its never
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS into open military conflict. The Korean War U.N. If he echoes thoughts of Little Rocket appropriate for a country to shoot down
ended seven decades ago without a formal Man, they wont be around much longer! another countrys aircraft when its over
WASHINGTON The Trump administra- peace treaty and tensions related to the Trump also used rocket man for Kim in his international waters.
tion said Monday its not seeking to over- Norths nuclear advances have escalated for speech to the U.N. General Assembly last Our goal is still the same. We continue to
throw North Koreas government after the months. week. seek the peaceful denuclearization of the
president tweeted that Kim Jong Un wont At the U.N. on Monday, the Norths top While the comments may be read as an Korean Peninsula, she said.
be around much longer and called diplomat, Ri Yong Ho, argued that Trumps implicit threat to eliminate Kim, adminis- Cabinet officials, particularly Secretary
Pyongyangs assertion absurd that Donald Twitter blast gives it the right to shoot tration officials said Washington hadnt of State Rex Tillerson, have insisted the
Trumps comment amounted to a declaration down U.S. warplanes, like the strategic changed its policy and the U.S. isnt seek- U.S.-led campaign diplomatic and econom-
of war. bombers Washington flew close to the bor- ing regime change in Pyongyang. ic pressure on North Korea is focused on
Still, the fiery rhetoric carrying over der between the two Koreas over the week- We have not declared war on North eliminating the pariah states nuclear
from a week of threatening exchanges at the end. Korea. Frankly the suggestion of that is weapons program, not its totalitarian gov-
U.N. General Assembly only further fueled Trumps Saturday tweet said: Just heard absurd, White House spokeswoman Sarah ernment.

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