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Friday Oct. 20, 2017 XVIII, Edition 55

Honoring the fabric of the community

Congresswoman Jackie Speier recognizes local immigrants for their contributions
By Samantha Weigel San Mateo ceremo n y resident serves Soares said.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF County resi- Friday, Oct. 20. as executive Im very grate-
dents. Hailing from director of ful for my adopt-
As the national debate on immi- A city librari- varied parts of Co as t s i de ed country,
gration reform and a divisive an, a social the world, many Hope, a non- theyve given
political cli- worker and noted it was the profit offering me a lot of sup-
mate stokes executive direc- immigrant variety of serv- port and I try to
fear in many, tor of a non- experience that ices to families, give back as
U. S. Rep. profit, a phar- fostered their i mmi g ran t s , much as I can
Jackie Speier, Fatima Soares macist, a psy- Jei Africa altruistic spirit Ben Ocn homeless and Tina Ling because it
D-San Mateo, chologist, an and guided their the community. opened up a lot
is hoping to entrepreneur, a physician and a path toward successful careers. The United States is a land of of opportunities for me.
highlight the businesswoman are just a few of Fatima Soares arrived in immigrants and I think we all Her desire to see the world and
co n t ri b ut i o n s the first-generation immigrants California at the age of 15. Now bring something with us and I feel
Jackie Speier of foreign-born being honored at Speiers award 63, the longtime Half Moon Bay like we are a positive influence, See SPEIER, Page 12

takes aim at
Council discusses short-term rentals,
linkage fee policy for housing help
By Austin Walsh Oct. 16, rise out of an attempt by
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF officials to ease the financial bur-
den on those struggling to afford
The Burlingame City Council the high rents common in
appears to be leaning in separate Burlingame.
directions on a couple of housing- Though no decision was made on
related initiatives driven by the either matter, Vice Mayor Michael
citys steep cost of living. Brownrigg said he believes work-
Chef Zhongyi Liu prepares a meal at Royal Feast in Millbrae, which specializes in authentic Sichuan style food. ing to develop permanent solu-
While officials are developing
Michelin recognized the restaurant with a Bib Gourmand award for excellence at an affordable price. tions is preferable to adopting
strategies for allocating money
collected through fees levied stopgap measures.

Royal recognition against commercial builders, they

seem less interested in taxing the
short-term rental market.
Lets look for cures, not pallia-
tives, he said.

Millbrae restaurant earns Michelin award for excellence, affordability The issues discussed Monday, See RENT, Page 23
By Austin Walsh
Democrat divisions in California
The understated presence of
Royal Feast from a busy thorough-
fare in Millbrae matches the per-
complicate party hopes for gains
sonalities of the restaurateurs run- By Nicholas Ricardi The conflict could complicate
ning the award-winning establish- and Michael R. Blood Democratic hopes of winning as
ment. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS many as nine congressional seats
While many of the El Camino in the state, a cluster that would go
eaterys characteristics may LOS ANGELES Democrats are a long way toward helping the
appear outwardly unassuming, the at war with themselves in party grab the House majority in
flavors are bold, refined, authentic California, where restless next years midterm elections.
and as of earlier this month activists are challenging party The Republican civil war has
widely recognized for excellence. leaders to resist all things been on full display, with forces
Royal Feast won a Bib President Donald Trump and move aligned with former White House
further left on health care, the min-
See FEAST, Page 23 imum wage and populist issues. See DEMS, Page 12


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This Day in History

A jury in Meridian, Mississippi, con-

1967 victed seven men of violating the

civil rights of slain civil rights work-
ers James Chaney, Andrew Goodman
and Michael Schwerner; the seven
received prison terms ranging from 3 to 10 years.
In 1 7 1 4 , the coronation of Britains King George I took
place in Westminster Abbey.
In 1 8 0 3 , the U.S. Senate ratified the Louisiana Purchase.
In 1 9 3 6 , Helen Kellers teacher, Anne Sullivan Macy, died
in Forest Hills, New York, at age 70.
In 1 9 4 7 , the House Un-American Activities Committee
opened hearings into alleged Communist influence and
infiltration in the U.S. motion picture industry.
In 1 9 6 4 , the 31st president of the United States, Herbert C.
Hoover, died in New York at age 90.
In 1 9 6 8 , former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy married
Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis.
In 1 9 7 3 , in the so-called Saturday Night Massacre, spe-
cial Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox was dismissed and
Attorney General Elliot L. Richardson and Deputy Attorney
General William B. Ruckelshaus resigned. REUTERS
In 1 9 7 6 , 78 people were killed when the Norwegian tanker A baby orangutan rests in its mothers arms at the Singapore Zoo.
Frosta rammed the commuter ferry George Prince on the
Mississippi River near New Orleans. In other news ...
In 1 9 7 7 , three members of the rock group Lynyrd Skynyrd,
including lead singer Ronnie Van Zant, were killed along Police video shows large bear newspaper published in 1945, report- at night, and a mannequin fashioned to
with three others in the crash of a chartered plane near ing the death of Adolf Hitler. A 1963 resemble a Star Wars Stormtrooper
McComb, Mississippi.
peering into shop windows Sacramento Bee newspaper announces soldier stands guard in front.
In 1 9 8 7 , 10 people were killed when an Air Force jet KINGS BEACH A very large bear- the death of President John Kennedy. Meyer said he built it with plywood,
crashed into a Ramada Inn hotel near Indianapolis about-town was spotted peering into The Bee reported Saturday that hand- hard foam and plastic barrels and based
International Airport after the pilot, who was trying to shop windows in a California tourist written letters from the 19th century the design off a toy he bought online.
make an emergency landing, ejected safely. community on Lake Tahoe. were among the stash. Were both pretty crafty, but its not
The Placer County Sheriffs Office Sgt. Shaun Hampton says hes never rocket science, Meyer said. You just
posted video on its Facebook page of seen items so old during an investiga- gotta be willing to do it.
Birthdays the four-pawed prowler early tion. He says the department is hoping Local media attention catapulted the
Wednesday. to get the pieces to the owners, so display into fame, drawing droves of
In it, Deputy Don Nevins shines his theyre not stored in a sheriffs evi- visitors from dawn to dusk. At least
cars spotlight on the animal and dence locker. three dozen spectators drove by to
shouts, Hey, big boy! before warn- Authorities didnt say what led detec- gawk and take selfies one Wednesday
ing the bear against breaking into any tives to the storage unit. afternoon. Among them was Nicole
of the shops its sniffing around. Drake, 26, who was on her way home
Shortly after, the bear darts in front Two-story Star Wars replica from work when the replica caught her
of his patrol car and off into a park. in yard for Halloween is big hit I just had to stop by, Drake said. I
Sheriffs spokeswoman Dena Erwin
says deputies respond to bear calls PARMA, Ohio A two-story, Star was amazed. Its actually the size of
Movie director Actor Viggo Rapper Snoop every day because they break into cars, Wars-inspired Halloween yard display their house.
Danny Boyle is 61. Mortensen is 59. Dogg is 46. homes and businesses. She said right in Ohio is enticing kids to get toy Meyer said he has built attention-
now they are preparing for hiberna- lightsabers and attracting hundreds of grabbing Halloween displays for six
Japans Empress Michiko is 83. Rockabilly singer Wanda visitors from across the state.
tion, so theyre upping their calorie years running, from an Addams Family
Jackson is 80. Former actress Rev. Mother Dolores Hart is 79. Elevator mechanic Nick Meyer, 39, mausoleum to the stern of a pirate ship
Actor William Rusty Russ is 67. Actress Melanie Mayron is intake.
spent about $1,500 and 10 hours a jutting out from his front porch. He
65. Retired MLB All-Star Keith Hernandez is 64. Sen. Sheldon
Whitehouse, D-R.I., is 62.Former Labor Secretary Hilda Solis
Letters from 1800s found weekend for half a year to build a repli- tears them down in November and
ca of the four-legged All Terrain drinks beers with a friend when dream-
is 60. Rock musician Jim Sonefeld (Hootie & The Blowfish) among stolen items in California Armored Transport, or AT-AT walker. He ing up the next years display.
is 53. Rock musician David Ryan is 53. Rock musician Doug SACRAMENTO Detectives are built it with his carpenter friend Meyer and his wife, Becky, say
Eldridge (Oleander) is 50. Journalist Sunny Hostin (TV: The searching for the rightful owners of let- Anthony Paroda, and its been such a Halloween is their favorite holiday.
View) is 49. Political commentator and blogger Michelle ters dating back to the 1800s and other success that spectators are donating The creepiness, the decorating,
Malkin is 47. Actor Kenneth Choi is 46. Singer Dannii old items found among what they say money for them to build another dis- being able to dress up and pretend to be
Minogue is 46. Singer Jimi Westbrook (country goup Little were heaps of stolen property in a play next year. a kid still it keeps me young, Nick
Big Town) is 46. Country musician Jeff Loberg is 41. Actor California storage unit. At 19 feet, the replica is nearly as tall Meyer said.
Sam Witwer is 40. Actor John Krasinski is 38. Rock musician Sacramento County sheriffs offi- as Meyers home in Parma, a Cleveland We like to do it up big if we can,
Daniel Tichenor (Cage the Elephant) is 38. Actress Katie cials say the memorabilia includes an suburb. The cockpit of the AT-AT walk- his wife said. I just so happened to
Featherston is 35. Actress Jennifer Nicole Freeman is 32. edition of Vermonts Rutland Herald er is outfitted with lights that glow red find a husband that loves it too.


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Police reports person was trying to come into their apart-
ment on Laurel Avenue, it was reported at
12:23 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 10.
Stranger things Burg l ary . A vehicles window was found
Someone saw a person ring their door- smashed and a backpack containing a book
bell and look into their windows on was stolen on South Norfolk Street, it was
Loma Vista Drive in Burlingame, it reported at 11:28 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 10.
was reported at 11:29 a.m. Friday, Oct.
Arres t. A woman was arrested for being
SAN MATEO wanted on a felony warrant on the 300 block
Burg l ary . A vehicles window was smashed of Seventh Avenue, it was reported at 2 p.m.
on Bridgepointe Parkway, it was reported at Tuesday, Oct. 3.
8:46 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 10. Vandal i s m. Someone damaged a vehicles
Burg l ary . Two vehicles were found with window resulting in $350 worth of damage
their windows smashed on Bridgepointe on the 500 block of Menlo Oaks it was
Parkway, it was reported at 8:34 p. m. reported at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3.
Sunday, Oct. 10. The f t. Someone pried open a persons
Burg l ary . A vehicles window was found mailbox and stole mail resulting in $500 in
smashed on Bridgepointe Parkway, it was damage on the 300 block of Willowbrook
reported at 7:24 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 10. Drive, Portola Valley, it was reported at 8
Theft. Someone reported that an unknown a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3.

CITY is considering adopting an increase to it.

This is the second such community meet-
GOVERNMENT ing on the topic and the council will hold
The city of a meeting Oct. 24, and the item could be
B e l mo n t will be reviewed for adoption as early as Nov. 14.
holding a communi- Mondays meeting is at 7 p. m. at
ty meeting Monday Bel mo nt Ci ty Hal l , 1 Twin Pines Lane,
on the minimum second oor. For more information email
wage as the council
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Wanted man arrested for choking K-9 Local briefs Anyone with any information related to
these types of crimes is urged to contact the
and extensive use of private emails by five
park service officials to collude with groups
A Redwood City man was arrested San Bruno Police Department at (650) 616- lobbying for the rules, according to Andrea
Wednesday night after allegedly resisting booked in San Mateo County Jail on the war-
rants and assaulting a peace officer, accord- 7100 or by email Buffa, a member of the dog owners group
arrest and choking a Information Save our Recreation.
Sheriffs Office K-9, ing to the Sheriffs Office.
Crash was seen by a veterinarian and will can be left anonymously. Park service officials said an independent
according to deputies. review concluded that the use of personal
be taking a few days off before returning to
Thomas Williams, 39,
work, according to the Sheriffs Office. Park service drops effort to email was inappropriate but did not ultimate-
was in the front yard of
his home on the 2800 restrict dog walking in GGNRA ly influence the outcome of the planning and
block of Northside San Bruno police The National Park Service said it is drop-
rulemaking process.
Nevertheless, they concluded that it was
Avenue around 11:40 p.m. make prostitution arrests ping a more than decadelong fight to impose inappropriate to move forward.
Oct. 18 when sheriffs Two women were arrested Wednesday night new restrictions on dogs in the Golden Gate
deputies recognized him on the 800 block of Commodore Drive in National Recreational Area after a lawsuit Rec and Park Commission votes
Thomas as being a wanted sus- filed by dog owners uncovered irregularities
Williams San Bruno for prostitution after an undercov- to rename Justin Herman Plaza
pect. Williams had two er operation spurred by citizen complaints in the decision-making process.
outstanding warrants for that there was a brothel at the location. The park service had released a final envi- The San Francisco Recreation and Park
his arrest, including one for a felony At approximately 6 p.m., the San Bruno ronmental impact statement last December Commission Thursday narrowly approved a
weapons violation, according to the Police Department conducted the operation on the proposed dog management plan for move to rename Justin Herman Plaza, voting
Sheriffs Office. after the complaints and independent inves- the 80,000-acre national recreation area, 4-3 to remove the name of the controversial
Williams saw the deputies and quickly ran tigations regarding criminal activity at the which spans parts of Marin, San Francisco former city redevelopment agency head.
inside but was only able to partially close location, according to police. and San Mateo counties and includes popular The plaza at the eastern end of Market
the door before a deputy reached in an During the operation, officers were led to dog walking areas such as Ocean Beach, Fort Street will temporarily be known as
attempted to grab him. Williams allegedly an apartment where suspected prostitution Funston, Crissy Field, Muir Beach and Embarcadero Plaza following the vote while
physically resisted and attempted to strike was occurring. The San Bruno police investi- Rancho Corral de Tierra. the city debates a worthy new namesake.
the deputy but missed, according to the gators discovered a brothel being operated at The rules, intended to protect environmen- Herman, who led the San Francisco
Sheriffs Office. the location and contacted two females, who tal resources and wildlife and increase public Redevelopment Agency in the 1960s, has
The sheriffs K-9 named Crash was then were engaging in acts of prostitution. safety, were expected to be finalized as early become linked in the citys history and the
deployed into the residence and Williams Xifeng Yu, 40, of San Gabriel, and Shu Bo as January 2017 after a more than 10-year eyes of many residents with urban renewal
allegedly began to resist and fight the dog, at Zhang, 48, of Monterey Park, were arrested process. and slum clearance projects that displaced
one point choking him. Deputies immediate- for engaging in acts of prostitution. Both However, the process was brought to a halt thousands of residents and small businesses
ly intervened and with the help of Crash were subjects were issued citations for the offense after a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit in the Western Addition.
able to secure Williams and place him under and released, according to police. filed by dog owners in April 2016 uncovered The projects are credited with seriously
arrest, according to the Sheriffs Office. The San Bruno Police Department problems with the decision-making process. damaging established black and Japanese
Williams was taken to a local hospital Investigative Services Section is continuing Documents obtained through the lawsuit American communities around the Fillmore
where he was treated for a minor injury then to investigate this type of criminal activity. showed a biased decision-making process District.

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Wildfires cause $1B in damage, burn 7,000 buildings

By Janie Har and Michael R. Blood rural areas they could not get to earlier,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS spokesman Daniel Berlant said.
He said most of the newly counted
destroyed buildings burned on Oct. 8 and
SAN FRANCISCO The wildfires that
Oct. 9 when the wildfires broke out in
have devastated Northern California this
wine country north of San Francisco and
month caused at least $1 billion in damage
other nearby areas.
to insured property, officials said Thursday,
The estimates are in structures and are
as authorities increased the count of homes
mostly homes, but also includes commer-
and other buildings destroyed to nearly
cial structures and outbuildings like barns
and sheds, Berlant said.
Both numbers were expected to rise as Twenty-two of the 42 deaths in
crews continued assessing areas scorched Californias October fires happened in a
by the blazes that killed 42 people, a total Sonoma County wildfire, making it the
that makes it the deadliest series of fires in third-deadliest in California history. A
state history. 1933 Los Angeles fire that killed 29 people
State Insurance Commissioner Dave was the deadliest, followed by the 1991
Jones said the preliminary dollar valuation Oakland Hills fire killed 25.
of losses came from claims filed with the When adjusted for inflation, the Oakland
eight largest insurance companies in the Hills fire is believed the costliest fire in
affected areas and did not include uninsured California history at $2. 8 billion. It
property. destroyed about half as many homes and
The loss total was expected to climb other buildings as the current series of
probably dramatically so, Jones told
reporters, making it likely the fires also
Alex Ham retrieves a safe from the rubble of his parents home that was destroyed in wildfire fires.
that tore through Santa Rosa. California Gov. Jerry Brown late
would become the costliest in Californias Wednesday issued an executive order to
history. or agricultural equipment losses, and 39 agency officials said. speed up recovery efforts as fire authorities
The initial insurance total covered 4,177 boats. Those figures included some fire The California Department of Forestry say theyve stopped the progress of wild-
partial residential losses, 5,449 total resi- losses in Southern California several and Fire Protections estimate of homes and fires.
dential losses, 35 rental and condominium dozen structures were destroyed or damaged structures destroyed was boosted to 6,900 More than 15,000 people remain evacu-
losses, 601 commercial property losses, in an Orange County fire though most from 5,700 as fire crews returned to hard-hit ated Thursday, down from a high of
more than 3,000 vehicle losses, 150 farm were from the northern part of the state, neighborhoods and assessed remote and 100,000 last Saturday.

California Assembly paid $100,000 to settle harassment claims

By Kathleen Ronayne Sacramento Bee reported Finnigans law- A woman who answered the phone at sive culture of harassment against
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS suit alleged she once arrived at Foxs apart- Foxs law firm on Thursday said he is not women.
ment to pick him up for a legislative ses- commenting on the settlement. Finnigans Men have groped and touched us with-
SACRAMENTO The California sion when he overslept and found him with attorney, Mary-Alice Coleman, did not out our consent, made inappropriate com-
Assembly paid $100,000 to settle harass- his pants unzipped and unbuttoned and not immediately respond to a request for com- ments about our bodies and our abilities,
ment, discrimination and retaliation wearing underwear. ment. the letter said. Insults and sexual innuen-
claims made in 2014 against then- She also alleged Fox made unwanted sex- News of the settlement comes during a do, frequently disguised as jokes, have
Assemblyman Steve Fox, who an aide said ual advances against another employee and week when a letter signed by nearly 150 undermined our professional positions and
exposed himself and then fired her when asked her to perform work unrelated to her women including lawmakers, lobbyists capabilities.
she reported his behavior. legislative duties. Finnigans suit claimed and legislative staff was circulated and The letter did not identify any men by
The settlement, reached in April, closed she was fired for reporting Foxs behavior, said Californias Capitol has a perva- name.
out a lawsuit by Nancy Kathleen Finnigan, the Bee reported.
former legislative director for Fox, D- Fox was elected on the Democratic ticket Obituary
Palmdale, according to a copy obtained by in 2012 in a district covering northern Los
the Associated Press through a public Angeles County after previously running
records request. as a Republican. He served one term and Wayne Beban
The settlement document does not con- was defeated in 2014 and again in 2016 by January 22, 1935 - October 13, 2017
tain details of Finnigans claims. But the Republican Assemblyman Tom Lackey.
Wayne Beban passed away at the ripe old age of 40+42.
A good long run and more than most of us expected but far
too soon for those of us left behind. Born and raised in San
Francisco, he was a long-time resident of San Carlos.
Wayne was many things: soldier, football player, police
ofcer, later-in-life college graduate, security professional. But
mostly he was Wayne, Dad, Pop, Brother and Uncle Wayne.
Well miss his sarcastic wit, keen intelligence and erce protectiveness. He didnt like
strangers much but he really loved his family.
Preceded in death by granddaughter Leyla, another voracious reader; brother Bob,
sister June and sister-in-law, Bonnie. He leaves behind his wife of 57 years and the
love of his life, Beverly; grateful children Marc (Jessica), Kim, Krista (Liam) and
Jan; grandchildren to whom he was a doting Pop, Jake, Tessa, Ryan, Hallie and
Kenna; brothers Alan and Steve (Cathy); sister Marylou (Leah); sister-in-law Vivian
and many nieces and nephews who were a big part of his life.
We will miss you and wish we could have had more.
In lieu of owers, donations can be sent to the Leyla Beban Young Authors
Foundation ( or your favorite charity.
A memorial service will be held Thursday, October 26th at 1 pm at
Skylawn Funeral Home, Route 35 @ Highway 92, San Mateo, CA 94402

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Belmont steps closer to retail pot shop ban

By Anna Schuessler emanating from plants cultivated outdoors. tially have the same effect as banning
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF On Sept. 12, the City Council introduced Comment on retail use, except that moratorium would
the ordinance regulating cannabis in the or share this story at force the topic at a specific time. He said
city, which requires Planning Commission the council could decide to revisit the issue
The city of Belmont took one more step review since it affects land use and zoning whenever it chooses to even if it bans cer-
toward banning retail marijuana businesses in the city. In addition to banning retail tain uses now. Rennie noted that one-
as the Planning Commission decided now is stores, the city will also require property forces marijuana vendors to operate in cash. block sections at northern and southern
not the time for such shops, though the owners to ensure any marijuana plants they This seems to me like the best compro- ends of El Camino Real, as well as a por-
decision was not unanimous. are growing indoors or outdoors are not mise that could be worked out, he said. tion of the eastern side of the city, are esti-
Commissioners voted 4-2 to recommend detectable from public spaces, do not inter- City Attorney Scott Rennie reminded the mated to be the only places where retail
the City Council adopt the ordinance ban- fere with required parking and conform with group that several other cities in the county stores would be allowed should the city
ning medical and recreational marijuana state housing standards. have opted for restrictive marijuana ordi- eventually allow them since the state law
businesses in the city and establishing reg- Simpson said he doesnt fear the effects of nances and expressed interest in revisiting prohibits opening a retail store near
ulations regarding personal cultivation of allowing retail marijuana businesses in the them at a later date once the effects of schools or day care centers.
marijuana plants, with commissioners city, adding that unless the city were to increased marijuana use have been evaluat- We happen to be a school-rich city, [so]
Kathy Meola and Steve Simpson voting apply similar rules to cigarettes and alco- ed. He added that resolving the discrepancy its a difficult environment to find an appro-
against the recommendation saying the new hol, he couldnt be convinced it was neces- between the state and federal marijuana laws priate site anyways, he said.
state law legalizing recreational marijuana sary to ban retail marijuana in the city. at the higher level could bring clarity to the McCune said he is hoping the situation
is not to be feared. Commissioner Nathan I would personally just side with the best way to regulate marijuana at the local becomes clearer for those involved as the
Majeski was absent from the meeting. state on that, he said. level. But he hasnt seen any indication policy unfolds, but acknowledged the ordi-
The commissions vote follows months Because she supported commercial regula- Congress will move marijuana off the list of nance commissioners recommended
of deliberation on the options available to tion of marijuana, Meola said she also Schedule 1 drugs, which he said are not Tuesday could work as an interim measure.
cities to further regulate use, cultivation and couldnt support recommending the ordi- allowed in any circumstance, or any indica- Chair Julia Mates said she didnt have con-
sales of marijuana under Proposition 64, nance. tion the current presidential administration cerns with the policy from a land use per-
the voter-approved state law legalizing I think prohibiting it is the old way will devote resources to prosecuting spective and didnt think it was up to com-
recreational use of marijuana. With por- rather than the new way, she said. cannabis-related cases. mission to weigh in on the topic philo-
tions of the law to take effect Jan. 1, the Commissioner Thomas McCune acknowl- Commissioner Amy Goldfarb asked why sophically.
City Council discussed the topic in March edged the complications involved with the council didnt opt to revisit the ordi- Its a little tricky for us to, I think, tack-
and revisited it in September, deciding not crafting a city policy in line with both the nance in a year or another date when more is le that right now, she said.
to allow marijuana businesses and express- new state law and federal laws, which say known about the new state law. The council is expected to conduct a sec-
ing concerns about the possibility of odors marijuana use and cultivation is illegal and Rennie said a moratorium would essen- ond hearing on the ordinance Nov. 14.

San Francisco police officer Jury picked in murder case about Latinos, immigration and guns.
Around the Bay Zarate, 54, is charged with murder in the
critically hurt by gun suspect San Francisco police chief William Scott
that stoked immigration debate shooting death of office worker Kate
SAN FRANCISCO A 32-year-old San said the officer was doing better Thursday SAN FRANCISCO A jury has been Steinle, 32, in July 2015. Opening argu-
Francisco police officer on bicycle patrol than he was Wednesday. selected for the murder trial of a Mexican ments in the case are scheduled for Monday.
was critically injured when the suspect he The suspect was arrested several blocks man whose case set off a national debate Steinle was on a summer evenings stroll
was investigating for gun possession away a few hours after the 12:30 p.m. inci- over U.S. sanctuary cities and immigration with her father on the pier crowded with
struck him with a sports utility vehicle. dent near San Franciscos City Hall. during last years presidential campaign pedestrians when she was shot. She col-
San Francisco police say Elia Lewin- Police said they arrested 50-year-old after he was accused of shooting and lapsed into her fathers arm, whimpering
Tankel remained in critical condition and in Marquise Johnson. killing a woman on a popular San help me, Dad. The bullet struck her heart
intensive care Thursday a day after he was Jail records dont indicate if Johnson is Francisco pier. and she died in her fathers arms.
struck. He is a five-year veteran of the represented by an attorney. Six women and six men were selected Zarate had been deported five times and
department. Wednesday for the trial of Jose Ines Garcia was homeless in San Francisco when he said
Zarate after jury candidates answered a 14- he found a gun wrapped in a t-shirt under-
page questionnaire that probed their views neath the bench he was sitting on.


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THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Friday Oct. 20, 2017 7
Trump backs GOP budget as
step toward massive tax cuts
By Andrew Taylor add to the deficit and
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS would pair the tax rewrite
measure with $200 bil-
WASHINGTON The Senate Thursday lion in spending cuts
blocked an effort by Democrats to preserve over the coming decade.
their ability to raise roadblocks in front of a Both plans seek to crack
$1.5 trillion GOP tax cut plan later this open a longstanding ban
year. on oil and gas explo-
The 52-47 vote kept a $4 trillion budget ration in the pristine
plan on track to pass late Thursday. The Donald Trump Arctic National Wildlife
measure would set the stage for tax legisla- Refuge.
tion later this year that could pass through Under Capitol Hills byzantine budget
the Senate without fear of a filibuster by rules, the nonbinding budget resolution is
Democrats and add $1.5 trillion to the supposed to lay out a long-term fiscal frame-
deficit over the next 10 years. work for the government. This years meas-
President Donald Trump weighed in ure, for instance, calls for $473 billion in
Thursday, telling reporters that I think we cuts from Medicare over 10 years and more
REUTERS have the votes for the budget which will be than $1 trillion from Medicaid. All told,
Sen. Patty Murray speaks to reporters following a policy luncheon on Capitol Hill. phase one of our massive tax cuts and Senate Republicans would cut spending by
reform. more than $5 trillion over a decade, though

Donald Trump kicks issues to Only one Republican senator, Rand Paul
of Kentucky, has expressed opposition to
the budget, which shelves GOP deficit con-
cerns in favor of the partys tax cut drive.
they dont attempt to spell out where the
cuts would come from.
If the measures politically difficult cuts
were implemented, the budget deficit would

Congress, is erratic negotiator

By Catherine Lucey terms of what hes supporting or not sup-
The upcoming tax measure, always a top
item on the GOP agenda this year, has taken
on even greater urgency with the failure of
drop to $424 billion after 10 years and aver-
age about $540 billion a year over the life
of the plan, the Congressional Budget
the party to carry out its longstanding Office estimates.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS porting. And lets face it, hes not been promise to repeal former President Barack Republicans use different math, relying
particularly consistent here. Obamas signature health care law. on optimistic predictions of economic
WASHINGTON President Donald Trump was tweaking Congress again Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden, the top growth that average 2.6 percent a year
Trump is proving to be an erratic negotiat- Thursday, calling a Senate GOP budget Democrat on the tax-writing Finance while ignoring growing, chronic deficits
ing partner as he punts policy issues to plan the first step toward massive tax Committee, offered the amendment to try to run by Social Security to claim that their
Congress and then sends conflicting sig- cuts but suggesting there was uncertainty take away the ability of Republicans to mus- budget could actually generate a surplus by
nals about what he really wants. about the votes. I think we have the cle through subsequent tax legislation with- 2026.
His rapid backpedal this week on a short- votes, but who knows? he tweeted. out any Democratic votes, saying tax In reality, Republicans arent serious
term health care is the latest example, and Yet Republican leaders were moving for- reform should be bipartisan as was the about implementing the measures politi-
its left Republicans and Democrats ward with a degree of certainty as only one tax reform effort signed into law by former cally toxic proposals to cut Medicare, food
scratching their heads. GOP senator, Rand Paul of Kentucky, has President Ronald Reagan three decades ago. and farm programs, housing subsidies, and
The president has had six positions on expressed opposition. Its just the opposite of the kind of transportation. In fact, lawmakers on both
our bill, an exasperated Sen. Patty Despite controlling both chambers of approach Ronald Reagan and Democrats sides are pressing to break open the mea-
Murray, D-Wash. , said Wednesday after Congress and the White House, used in 1986, Wyden said. Its going to sures tight spending caps on the
Trump offered multiple reads on a biparti- Republicans have achieved no major leg- polarize us rather than bring us together. Pentagon and domestic agency operations
san plan to keep health insurance markets islative successes this year. Their efforts The House passed its version of the budg- and pass tens of billions of dollars more in
in business. Trump ultimately ended with a on health care have ended in failure, leav- hurricane relief in coming days and weeks.
et last week. It calls for tax cuts that dont
thumbs-down. ing tax overhaul legislation as their only
Nine months into office, Trump has hope for a major win.
shown a preference for delegating to law- Some Republicans have grown resentful,
makers on everything from health care and theyre looking ahead to the 2018
and immigration to foreign policy. elections with apprehension.
Sometimes he creates situations that Most shy away from public criticism,
demand a congressional solution. In other arguing that the president is simply look-
cases, he sets difficult-to-achieve broad ing to Congress to do its job and pass leg-
policy goals and expects lawmakers to fill islation. If the work is piling up, they say,
in the fine print. its because former President Barack
Along the way, hes proved to be an Obama took executive steps that were actu-
unpredictable force. He encouraged Sen. ally in Congress domain, and now Trump
Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., to work with needs congressional help to unwind them.
Murray on a bipartisan solution on insurer They point to immigration, where
payments, only to announce after some Obama acted unilaterally to extend protec-
wavering that he wouldnt support it. tions to immigrants who were brought to
Republican Sen. Ron Johnson of the country illegally as children, and the
Wisconsin took Trump to task on Iran nuclear deal, where Trumps decision
Thursday, saying: Its always best for the not to certify Tehran compliance kicks the
president to be completely consistent in future of U.S. participation to Congress.

8 Friday Oct. 20, 2017 NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

Evoking slain son,

Kelly backs Trump
on condolence calls
By Jonathan Lemire Kelly called Rep Frederica Wilson of
and Catherine Lucey Florida an empty barrel who makes
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS noise, but he did not deny the lawmakers
account of the phone call, as the president
WASHINGTON He started by describ- had this week. Throughout his remarks,
ing the reverent handling of Americas war Kelly lamented what he said was lost
dead, bodies packed in ice and shipped respect for military service, women,
home in the dark to Dover Air Force Base. authority and more.
From that opening, White House chief I was stunned when I came to work yes-
of staff John Kelly delivered a raw and terday morning, and brokenhearted at what
searing monologue Thursday about the I saw a member of Congress doing, Kelly
reality and pain of war sacrifice, praising said. Absolutely stuns me. And I thought
at least that was sacred. White House Chief of Staff John Kelly speaks during a daily briefing at the White House.
those who serve and summoning the 2010
death of his own son to defend President The remarkable scene underscored House and overshadowed the rest of how to make that call, Kelly said. I think
Donald Trump against accusations of Kellys singular role as an authoritative Trumps agenda in recent days. he very bravely does make those calls.
insensitive outreach to a grieving mili- adviser and now spokesman for a president Kelly personally absolved Trump of Trump who has frequently struggled
tary family. who is prone to false claims, exaggera- blame in his call to the family of Sgt. La with showing empathy has emphatical-
In an unannounced appearance at the tions and misstatements. Kelly, who David Johnson, a conversation that ly rejected claims that he was disrespect-
White House, Kelly, a retired three-star joined the White House to restore internal prompted Wilson to declare that the presi- ful. But he started the latest controversy
general whose son was killed while serv- order, has increasingly become a public dent had been disrespectful to the grieving this week when he boasted about his com-
ing in Afghanistan, dressed down the figure himself, employed to project calm family and couldnt remember Johnsons mitment to calling service members next
Democratic congresswoman who had criti- and reassurance in times of crisis. name. of kin and brought Kelly into the issue by
cized Trump for comments she said he had The uproar over Trump and how presi- If youre not in the family, if youve wondering aloud if President Barack
made in a condolence call to the pregnant dents should or shouldnt try to console never worn the uniform, if youve never Obama had called the former Marine gener-
widow of a Green Beret killed in Niger. families of the fallen has rattled the White been in combat, you cant even imagine al after the death of Kellys son.

Trumps health subsidy shutdown could lead to free insurance

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The unexpected assessment comes from to-moderate incomes, offsetting Trumps On Thursday, the fate of the health laws
consultants, policy experts, and state offi- move. subsidy for copays and deductibles remained
cials, who are trying to discern the poten- Its a kind of counter-intuitive result, unclear as a bipartisan congressional deal
WASHINGTON If President Donald tial fallout from a Washington health care said Kurt Giesa, a health insurance expert to continue payments faced political road-
Trump prevails in shutting down a major debate thats becoming even more compli- with the Oliver Wyman consulting firm. blocks. Separately, state attorneys general
Obamacare health insurance subsidy, it cated and volatile. Think of pushing down on one end of a were seeking a federal court order to keep
would have the unintended consequence of see-saw and the other end goes up. the money flowing.
making free basic coverage available to Whats driving the predictions? Its According to one estimate, more con- Trumps attempt to shut off the subsidy
more people, and making upper-tier plans because another subsidy thats part of the sumers would sign up for coverage next year for copays and deductibles would cause a dif-
more affordable. health law would go up for people with low- even though Trump says the Affordable Care ferent subsidy to jump up, the one for pre-
Act is virtually dead. miums.


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Elliott, Farley, Layton for San Carlos school board Guest perspective
T Editorial
he San Carlos Elementary
School District is at an Daily Journal
important transitional period.
Not only does the Board of Trustees
have to identify a new superintendent,
but it must help manage the end of a
facilities master plan that has had its
dates with the districts best interests
in minds. Vigdal is relatively new to
the scene but has a rm grasp on
many of the districts issues and has a
Burlingame City Council
Michael Brownrigg*, Ann Keighran*,
Ricardo Ortiz*
challenges, ensure its strategic plan wide-ranging view on a variety of per-
stays on point and also manage an San Mateo City Council
tinent topics. Layton, who just Rick Bonilla*, Joe Goethals*, Eric
ever-changing budget situation. missed a seat on the board in the Rodriguez
While San Carlos is known for its 2015 election, has a deeper sense of San Bruno mayor

will benefit
good schools, it also faces challenges what makes the district tick. He is Rico Medina
as it seeks to meet its students needs interested in creative solutions to the San Bruno City Council
into the future. With two board mem- districts problems such as reaching Laura Davis, Michael Salazar
bers with about two years of experi- out to established members of the Burlingame Elementary School
ence, and one board member leaving, community who might be interested District Board of Trustees
it is important to have knowledgeable in a second career in the classroom as Davina Drabkin*, Elizabeth Kendall, By Tom Mohr
hands at the wheel. Both Carol Elliott a way to meet teacher needs. He is Doug Luftman*
and Kathleen Farley provide that. well-versed in the strategic plan and San Mateo-Foster City Elementary

fter years of efforts, the San Mateo County
Both have unique perspectives but understands how it will play out now School District Board of Trustees Community College District has entered into a
share the idea that good communica- and into the future while emphasizing Noelia Corzo, Shiraz Zack-Kanga, Jacob multi-million-dollar contract for the sale of
tion, collaboration and transparency the need for tapping into the commu- Thiel KCSM-TV. Not only is this deal the highest purchase
are keys to moving the district into nitys resources and ensuring the dis- Burlingame Measure I, quarter-cent price bid that the college district received from any bidder
the future. They also believe that stu- trict can immediately identify ways to sales tax for city improvements YES in three separate request for proposal processes, but this
dent achievement is not just test assist students who feel overwhelmed. deal also brings together two public broadcasting televi-
scores but that creativity and resilien- While naturally laconic, he can syn- *Incumbent sion stations and creates what I expect will be more robust
cy, persistence and grit are equally thesize a wide variety of issues quick- and diverse public programming in our
important when it comes to teaching ly and concisely always a good of experience and fresh perspective to community. For Bay Area public broad-
the whole child. characteristic of a school board meet the myriad challenges head on. casting fans, this sale allows KRCB
Both know the districts ins and trustee. While any one of these candidates North Bay Public Media to expand its
outs and will seek a superintendent There is plenty on the agenda for would be a good t for the school reach into our community and, for our
that shares the communitys values. the San Carlos Elementary School board, voters must ultimately choose media-minded students, KRCB will offer
Thomas Vigdal and Neil Layton are District and it will take a combination three and our choices for those seats internship opportunities for several
also insightful and engaged candi- are Elliott, Farley and Layton. years to come.
It was a good outcome, but it didnt
Letters to the editor happen over night. In fact, it was
almost 10 years in the making.
KCSM-TV rst went on air in 1964 as a project of the
Proposed housing proposed housing. It is the right thing not been discussed.The amount of electronics department of the College of San Mateo. From
to do environmentally, scally and ignorance, laziness, stupidity and the start, it was a member station of National Educational
at BART station socially. political divide that exists in millions Television and its successor, the Public Broadcasting
Editor, of Americans that made such a Russian Service.
I am a law student during the attack on American democracy so easy In 2009, after years of operating losses at the station
evenings, a former staffer for a con- Nicole Nabulsi and complete. losses that would eventually reach $1 million annually
gressman and staffer in the Sacramento San Francisco Millions of Americans believe any- the college district board began a public conversation
state capitol. thing and everything they read on about the future of KCSM-TV. It was a very open process
I read the letter Commercial devel- social media, simply because they
that involved people from across the community through
opment needed by BART in the Oct. 3 Housing is not just for the rich believed that if it was on social media,
public meetings and study sessions, media coverage and
edition of the Daily Journal). it must be true.Millions of Americans
Editor, believed every lie and false rumor or some healthy debate.
The reasoning in this letter is asi- I am writing to respond to a letter to Understandably, some in our community were concerned
nine. The author proposes turning story about Hillary Clinton from total
the editor Oct. 4 titled Commercial strangers on social media.These about losing a beloved local public television station.
away a $29 million windfall in devel- Development needed by BART. While the district board shared this concern, we also had a
opment fees including a $1.4 million Americans didnt bother to ask what
The letter essentially argues that was the source of the lies and false sto- mission to provide the highest quality educational servic-
contribution to our school system plus housing should be built anywhere es to our community. It was this mandate that led us to
ries or what was the back story. They
an additional $1.2 million in annual other than my neighborhood. didnt bother to check if these lies and decide in 2011 to sell the station.
operating surplus. This is what is Thirty years of people making this false stories were true or not; they just The path to culminate the sale, however, was not easy.
included in the Republic at Gateway simply believed them and passed them
argument has resulted in a city that is It was only after two unsuccessful RFPs and an unsuccess-
Station proposal. Currently, the park- on whether that was from igno-
unaffordable to all but the richest resi- ful attempt to sell KCSM-TVs airwaves at an FCC-run auc-
ing lot at the BART station is earning rance, laziness, stupidity or political
Millbrae $0. dents, myself included. tion, that the district did a third RFP and found an accept-
Anyone suggesting that prime resi- division. able buyer. KRCBs winning offer to purchase KCSM-TV
Even if there were a competing com- When we were all kids in elementary
mercial proposal, which there is not, dential real estate properties should be includes:
built as commercial units instead owes school, when some kid passed on a A $12 million payment to the college district;
this would have a devastating effect on rumor such as Joey kissed Beth, we
trafc because 100 percent of the peo- all of our grandchildren an apology let- Internships at the station for college district students;
ter describing how they contributed to all believed it and passed it on.We
ple involved in the new businesses were too young and innocent to know and
would have to commute from some- the enormous housing shortage in that we should verify the rumor rst or Public service announcements promoting the college
where. some misguided search for tiny mar- how such a rumor around school would district to prospective local students for the next ve
Additionally, adding more jobs with- ginal increases in tax revenue. negatively affect Joey and Beth. But in years.
out commensurate housing would wors- 2016, millions of Americans who With this sale, the college district will no longer be
en our housing shortage and affordabil- Adam Straubel helped the Russians pass on lies and responsible for the cost of running the station. This will
ity crisis. false rumors about Hillary Clinton allow the college district board to focus resources on
Millbrae were not little kids, and they shouldve
If a primary concern is that residen- delivering high-quality educational services to our stu-
tial development does not generate as known better.In the end, the Russians dents.
much tax revenue and commercial had the best weapon possible: the This sale also answers the concerns of the members of
development, then we should be mobi-
Russia and social media gullible, ignorant and lazy Americans. the community who wanted to see public broadcasting
lizing to overhaul Proposition 13, Editor, I hope that all those same Americans continue. In fact, it stands to improve it. With the power
which is something we need anyway. As America slowly realizes the feel proud of what theyve done to our of our station, KRCB can broadcast to residents from
The points of view expressed by the extent of the Russian use of social country. north of Sonoma County to south of San Jose. Local com-
author are what got us into this hous- media to interfere with the recent presi- munities in this 125-mile stretch will enjoy public broad-
ing mess. Continuing down that path dential elections, there is still one big casting from an entity with an excellent track record of
is the wrong way to go. factor that makes the use of social Michael Oberg
delivering high-quality public television.
We need to move forward with the media such a powerful weapon that has San Mateo All that said, the college district board is also aware that
at least one entity an entity that the college district has
OUR MISSION: sued for failing to ensure that KCSM-TV successfully par-
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most ticipated in the FCC auction has objected to the sale.
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for We have followed, and will continue to follow, California
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula.
By combining local news and sports coverage, laws governing this type of sale and the college district is
Jerry Lee, Publisher Michael Davis Charles Gould analysis and insight with the latest business, committed to completing the sale of the station as we
Paul Moisio Joe Rudino lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to have attempted to do for years. Our priority remains serv-
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Joy Uganiza Todd Waibel provide our readers with the highest quality ing the educational needs of our students and community.
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor information resource in San Mateo County.
INTERNS, CORRESPONDENTS, CONTRACTORS: Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we This sale meets both of those objectives.
Erik Oeverndiek, Copy Editor/Page Designer Renee Abu-Zaghibra Robert Armstrong I appreciate the voices from our community that had
choose to reflect the diverse character of this
Nicola Zeuzem, Production Manager Charlie Chapman Jim Clifford dynamic and ever-changing community. addressed the future of KCSM-TV over the years and I am
Elizabeth Cortes Curtis Driscoll
Kerry McArdle, Marketing & Events Talia Fine Robert Hutchinson looking forward to seeing the diverse public broadcasting
Samantha Weigel, Senior Reporter
Priscilla Jin Tom Jung SMDAILYJOURNAL.COM programs that will be offered by KRCB, the continuation
Connor Lin Laurel Lujan of public announcements about our colleges and the uti-
REPORTERS: Jeanita Lyman Brian Miller Follow us on Twitter and Facebook:
Terry Bernal, Anna Schuessler, Austin Walsh Brigitte Parman Sophie Penn
lization of internship opportunities by our students.
Nick Rose Andrew Scheiner
Susan E. Cohn, Senior Correspondent: Events Joel Snyder Gary Whitman
Dave Newlands, Production Assistant Online edition at Thomas Mohr is president of the Board of Trustees of the
BUSINESS STAFF: San Mateo County Community College District.
10 Friday Oct. 20, 2017 BUSINESS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Rebound lifts S&P, Dow edge to new highs

By Alex Veiga traders. The company said its wire-
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS less unit gained more mobile
High: 23,167.24 phone users than expected in its
A last-minute surge nudged U.S. Low: 23,052.67 latest quarter. Its stock rose 56
stock indexes mostly higher Close: 23,163.04 cents, or 1.2 percent, to $49.21.
Thursday, barely extending the Change: +5.44 Adobe Systems surged 12.2 per-
markets winning streak and mile- cent after the software maker issued
stone-setting run. OTHER INDEXES a strong profit forecast for 2018.
The Standard & Poors 500 index S&P 500: 2562.10 +0.84 The stock was the biggest riser in
and Dow Jones industrial average NYSE Index: 12,380.32 +9.30 S&P 500, climbing $18.73 to
closed higher for the fifth straight Nasdaq: 6605.07 -19.15 $171.73.
day, each posting new highs. The NYSE MKT: 2636.95 -9.16 Other technology stocks didnt
other indexes finished slightly Russell 2000: 1502.04 -3.10 fare as well.
lower as investors continued to Apple had its worst day in two
Wilshire 5000: 26,639.89 +4.51
pore through the latest batch of months amid investor concern that
company earnings. 10-Yr Bond: 2.32 -0.01 its recently launched iPhone 8
Technology companies weighed Oil (per barrel): 51.39 -0.65 models are lagging in market share
on the market all day, but gains in Gold : 1,291.30 +8.30 compared to prior iPhone models.
health care stocks helped offset The stock finished down $3.78, or
some of those losses. 2.4 percent, at $155.98. Despite
points, or 0.03 percent, to New York Stock Exchange. to sell a new treatment for a form of
You have a lot of risk assets, the slide, Apple is still up 34.7 per-
2,562.10. The Dow added 5.44 Investors bid up shares in drug blood cancer.
especially equities, having done cent this year.
points, or 0.02 percent, to manufacturers and other health care Medical equipment maker
pretty well, said Sameer Samana, 23,163.04. The Nasdaq composite companies. Danaher jumped 4.7 percent after it The slide in Apple and other tech-
global quantitative strategist for slid 19.15 points, or 0.3 percent, Envision Healthcare led the sec- reported earnings that beat finan- nology companies weighed on the
Wells Fargo Investment Institute. to 6,605.07. The Russell 2000 tor, vaulting $4.43, or 10.9 per- cial analysts estimates and raised market for much of the day. The
Some people are viewing now as index of smaller-company stocks cent, to $45.08. Gilead Sciences its outlook. The stock added $4.05 sector, which is leading all other
a pretty good time to make sure gave up 3.10 points, or 0.2 per- rose $1.58, or 2 percent, to to $90.10. sectors in the S&P 500 with a gain
they lock in some of that perform- cent, to 1,502.04. Slightly more $81.59. A subsidiary of the drug- Verizon Communications latest of 30 percent this year, recovered
ance. stocks rose than declined on the maker received approval this week quarterly results also impressed some of its losses by late after-
The S&P 500 index rose 0.84 noon.

Business brief
Shielding seniors from financial fraud Google parent leads $1B Lyft
By Alex Veiga
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Steps seniors should consider to protect themselves investment, deepens Uber rift
Your golden years are supposed SAFEGUARD IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS but not make any withdrawals or charges. (CSN) last year, some 77 percent of them listed parent company is throwing its
Keep your ID, checkbook, bank statements, utility Also check your credit report regularly. Youre the phone as the way that scammers made
to be the time when you live off bills and other documents with details that could entitled to a free report annually. contact. By comparison, email was cited in 8 financial support behind ride-hail-
your retirement savings, see more be mined to open unauthorized credit in your Consider freezing your credit report, which guards percent of complaints, websites in 8 percent, and ing service Lyft, deepening its rift
name locked or out of view from relatives and against having unauthorized accounts opened. mail in just 3 percent. Other methods accounted
of your family and dive fully into caregivers. Contact the three major credit reporting agencies for 6 percent. with market leader Uber.
leisurely pursuits. Unfortunately, Some studies suggest that fraud and theft Equifax, TransUnion and Experian and ask The takeaway here? You may reduce the chances Alphabet Inc., which gets most
theyre also the years when youll perpetrated by family members and others them to freeze your credit report. Each agency of being the victim of financial fraud by screening
known to the victim makes up the majority of the will charge between $5 and $10. your calls. of its money from Googles digital
be a prime target of financial cases of elderly financial fraud, Karp said. This doesnt prevent you from using the credit Stop picking up your phone, said Nofziger. By ad network, is leading a $1 billion
scams. MONITOR YOUR ACCOUNTS cards you already have, though youll have to ask not answering the phone, you deny a potential investment in Lyft that values the
Keeping tabs on your bank and credit cards is key to pause the freeze if you want to sign up for a scammeran opportunity to convince you about
Seniors tend to have savings, to spotting unauthorized cash withdrawals or new credit account. whatever theyre pitching. privately held company at $11 bil-
steady income from Social charges. Do this by regularly going over your Note that the freeze wont stop unauthorized Never divulge any personal or financial lion. The investment is being made
monthly statements. charges on your existing cards. information to anyone who calls you
Security, money in retirement You can also enlist a trusted family member to SCREEN CALLS unexpectedly. Companies and government through Alphabets CapitalG ven-
accounts and other assets, like a do it. Or have them use an app like Mint, which Among fraud complaints called into the Federal agencies wont ask for such details over the ture capital arm.
home that they own. As they age, allows users to view bank and card transactions, Trade Commissions Consumer Sentinel Network phone.
Lyft is still far smaller and worth
the elderly can also become more far less than Uber, another private-
vulnerable to being fleeced, espe- often than not. Only a small portion of inci- anonymous online scammers ly held company whose investors
cially if they live alone, are strug- The illegal or improper use of a dents are reported. One study out reaching out over a chat box on have valued it at nearly $70 billion.
gling with illness or begin to seniors funds, property or assets of New York State shows that for your computer and offering to van- But Uber has been enmeshed in
show signs of cognitive decline. is the most common form of elder every case of financial exploita- quish a computer virus, or others internal strife amid management
Its why bank robbers go to the abuse in the U.S., according to the tion that gets reported to law posing as IRS agents to demand upheaval and allegations of ram-
bank, said Amy Nofziger, direc- Consumer Financial Protection enforcement, adult protective you pay Uncle Sam taxes with an pant sexual harassment.
tor of regional operations with the Bureau. Annual financial fraud services or a similar agency, 43 iTunes gift card. They can be fami- Google was an early investor in
AARP Foundation. Scammers and losses for older Americans can cases go unreported, said Naomi ly members and others you know Uber, but now its self-driving car
criminals will go to older adults reach as high as $36.5 billion, Karp, senior policy analyst at the who have easy access to your spin-off Waymo is suing Uber for
because thats where the money is, according to a 2015 study cited by CFPBs Office of Older Americans. checkbook or Social Security the alleged theft of its secret tech-
so theyre certainly targeted more the CFPB. And the threat isnt just from number. nology.
CIA head: North Korea
months from perfecting
its nuclear capabilities
By Deb Riechmann

WASHINGTON CIA Director Mike Pompeo said

Thursday that North Korea is months away from perfecting
its nuclear weapons capabilities.
They are close enough now in their
capabilities that from a U.S. policy per-
spective we ought to behave as if we are
on the cusp of them achieving their
objective of being able to strike the
United States, Pompeo told a national
security forum in Washington.
But he said theres a difference between
Mike Pompeo having the ability to fire a single nuclear
missile and the capability of producing
REUTERS large amounts of fissile material and developing an arsenal
Spanish government spokesman Inigo Mendez de Vigo makes a statement regarding the situation in Catalonia. of such weapons.
Pompeo said intelligence on North Korea is imperfect,

Spain set to strip Catalonia of and when youre now talking about months, our capacity
to understand that at a detailed level is in some sense irrele-
vant, he said.

powers over independence bid

We are at a time where the president has concluded that
we need a global effort to ensure Kim Jong Un doesnt have
that capacity, Pompeo told the forum, organized by the
By Aritz Parra and Ciaran Giles continues, the Parliament of Catalonia that the constitution doesnt allow for Foundation for Defense of Democracies think tank.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS will proceed, if deemed appropriate, to the breakup of Spain, there seems to be He said China has done more than expected to reduce trade
vote on the formal declaration of inde- no end in sight for one of Europes with its wayward ally but can do more. Beijing has also
BARCELONA, Spain The crisis pendence, Puigdemonts letter said in long-simmering disputes. communicated around the world it is intent on helping the
over Catalonias quest for independ- an English translation provided by the The standoff has intensified since U.S. resolve the issue.
ence escalated Thursday, as Spains Catalan regional government. Oct. 1, when Catalan authorities held We all want to resolve this without resorting to mili-
central government prepared the Spains government responded by an independence referendum that tary activity, the CIA chief said, but added President Donald
unprecedented step of stripping the calling a special Cabinet session for Spains Constitutional Court declared Trump is prepared to use force if necessary to ensure Kim
wealthy region of some of its self- Saturday when it will set in motion illegal. The national government sent doesnt have the capacity to hold America at risk.
governing powers after its leader Article 155 of the Spanish thousands of police to enforce a court North Korea has accelerated its weapons tests. In July, it
refused to abandon secession. Constitution. That article allows for order disallowing the balloting, bring- twice launched a long-range missile that could potentially
In his latest display of brinkman- central authorities to take over all or ing violent clashes that further soured reach the U.S. mainland. In September, it conducted its
ship, Catalan President Carles some of the powers of any of the coun- relations. most powerful atomic explosion yet.
Puigdemont sent a letter to Spanish trys 17 autonomous regions. The dispute is increasingly Dire threats traded by Trump and Kim have further stoked
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy just Regarded as the nuclear option, encroaching on the European Unions fears of war.
minutes before a deadline set by such a punitive measure takes the political agenda. Catalonia wasnt Former CIA Director John Brennan voiced concern late
Madrid for him to backtrack on his standoff to another level. It probably officially to be discussed at an EU sum- Wednesday about Trumps tweets and said the prospects of a
calls to secede. will trigger outrage in Catalonia and mit starting Thursday in Brussels, but military conflict on the Korean Peninsula are greater than
Puigdemont didnt back down, how- could backfire by fostering sympathy leaders offered their views. French they have been in several decades.
ever, and threatened to go ahead with a for the independence movement, President Emmanuel Macron reiterated I dont think its likely or probable, but if its a 1-in-4 or
unilateral proclamation of independ- which polls suggest is supported only his recent support for Rajoy, saying 1-in-5 chance, thats too high, Brennan said at Fordham
ence if the government refuses to by about half of Catalans. that the summit would be marked by a University in New York.
negotiate. With a mood of defiance hardening message of unity around member states
If the State Government persists in in the Catalan capital of Barcelona and amid the crises they could face, unity
blocking dialogue and the repression the Madrid-based government adamant around Spain.
White nationalist Spencer
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outnumbered white nationalist Richard Spencers support-
ers on Thursday at the University of
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out during his speech.
Outside, hundreds more people protest-
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side hundreds of police officers there to
prevent violence.
Anti-Spencer protesters shouted, Not
in our town! Not in our state! We dont
Richard want your Nazi hate! and Lets go
Gators during his speech, frustrating
the head of the National Policy Institute.
Three or four skirmishes occurred during the long after-
noon after single Spencer supporters confronted the count-
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One man, wearing a white shirt with swastikas drawn on,
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really looks out for each other, Africa said. that public libraries have on individuals, said she truly hopes others strive to under-

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The stereotyping that we are a burden is
not true, we contribute as much as anybody
families and communities, Ocn said in an
email, adding hes fortunate to direct the San
Mateo Public Library and work with others
stand their plights.
Its such a divisive time, I just hope peo-
ple can understand and empathize with some
Born in the Philippines, Africa said he who are passionate about public service of the struggles people have whether
like many others came to the United States and making a difference in the lives of com- theyre immigrants or not, Ling said. Its
fears her younger brother could be called to to pursue opportunities. As a transgender munity members. just important to have empathy and human
war prompted her family to leave their home man, the 37-year-old Africa said he appreci- Ting Ling said her desire to help the com- kindness generally speaking.
on a small island off Portugal and venture to ated the spirit of acceptance he found. He munity and recognition of language barriers Africa agreed, noting the spirit of accept-
America. Shes come a long way from the came to the United States about a decade ago as a hardship prompted her to become a ance should extend beyond the immigration
early days of learning English as a high for graduate school where he earned his doc- clinical pharmacist. While she came to the debate. As a transgender man, Africa said he
school student, but it was that struggle that torate in psychology. He went on to serve a United States at just 1 years old, the strug- knows how powerful societal acceptance
led her to pursue a career in social work, wide swath of demographics including vic- gle of her family and other immigrants shes can be and he urged people to look beyond
Soares said. tims of domestic violence, prisoners and met sparked her desire to give back. differences to find commonality.
It wasnt easy, especially the first year, the Asian immigrant community. He now
it was a big struggle, Soares said while Her parents fled genocide in Cambodia When people talk about immigrants, I
serves as director of San Mateo Countys and Ling was born in a refugee camp in hope they show the different stories of
expressing gratitude for the help she had Office of Diversity and Equity, in the Health
from teachers and family. Thailand. After settling down in California, immigrants. Because some are doing well
Systems Behavioral Health and Recovery they came across immigrant families whose and some are not. Some have made a huge
But that was a different time and todays Services Division.
political climate and anti-immigrant rheto- lives were so focused on food and shelter difference and some are still finding their
ric is taking a toll on many of Coastside When we improve peoples lives, our that health care became an afterthought. way just like everybody else, Africa
Hopes clients. Although shes a citizen, community improves and eventually, indi- Many are people who left their country, said. So I think it behooves us to under-
she still sympathizes with what many rectly, it will affect us all, Africa said. left everything behind. Its not necessarily stand the different facets of peoples lives.
clients are experiencing. San Mateo City Librarian Ben Ocn because they want to leave their homes and Speier said she hopes honoring local
Theyre scared, and especially for the spends his days surrounded by books and leave their families and everything they immigrants will help highlight the array of
mixed-status families, Soares said. Its his community. For Ocn, he has fond mem- know with no language and no money. They people improving their communities.
very stressful and its just sad. We have ories of learning English and libraries have do it because they have to for a better life, Immigrants are what make our country
these individuals that are here and theyre played an integral part in his life. Ling said. great. They contribute to the richness and
not citizens, but theyre good Americans. He first came to Southern California from She now works at San Mateo Countys diversity of our culture and economy, she
Dr. Jei Africa said he hopes people recog- Mexico at 6 years old and went on to work at Fair Oaks Health Center near Redwood City said in a prepared statement. During this
nize that immigrants and diversity con- a library while in college. With a masters where one of her most important jobs is time of divisiveness, its more important
tribute to a stronger society for all. degree in Library Science he returned to the helping immigrants, many with low litera- than ever that we stand with [immigrants].
Immigrants bring value to communities. East Los Angeles neighborhood in which he cy rates who need help deciphering the
We bring different ideas, we bring grew up to work at a local library. labels on their medication. The awards ceremony is 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
strengths, we bring different cultures; all of I have worked in public libraries ever Like others, her experience as an immi- Friday, Oct. 20, at the San Mateo Main
that fuels a society thats progressive and since mainly because of the positive impact grant inspired her to give back and Ling Library, 55 W. Third Av e., San Mateo.

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political activity Ive seen since the elec-
tion, said Mike Levin, one of several
Democrats all of whom back single-
electoral ladder. Trumps presidency has
shocked the immigrant-friendly, majority-
minority state, and liberals have tough
into once-famously conservative Orange
County, which Clinton became the first
Democrat to carry in a presidential race last
payer health care vying to face vulnera- demands. year.
ble GOP Rep. Darrell Issa in San Diegos People are saying, why are you fighting Californias competitive House districts
adviser Steve Bannon challenging the GOP northern suburbs. Ive grown up here and I Democrats, you really should be fighting are clustered in the affluent but rapidly
establishment and incumbent lawmakers. In think were just going to have to wait and Republicans? In California, thats not the diversifying suburbs between Disneyland
California, where Democrats control all see. All I can do is talk about our priori- case, said Eddie Kurtz, president of the lib- and downtown San Diego and in its agricul-
levers of power in state government and no ties. eral group The Courage Campaign. ture-heavy central valley. At the northern
Republican has won a statewide election The headline-grabbing challenge to the Californias unusual open primary in end of that valley, in the politically moder-
since 2006, the party is feuding over who is Democratic establishment from the left is in which all candidates run on a single ballot ate suburbs of Sacramento, one of the states
doing a better job resisting Trump. the Senate race. has frustrated some liberals because it can few vulnerable Democrats in Congress,
Republicans see a political advantage, State Senate leader Kevin de Leon is run- favor more centrist candidates like Rep. Ami Bera, is being challenged by a 30-
arguing Democratic candidates will barrel ning against five-term Sen. Dianne Feinstein. This allows the states dwindling year-old lawyer and Sanders supporter, fel-
too far left to win right-leaning seats cur- Feinstein, pressing for fiercer resistance to number of Republican voters to join moder- low Democrat Brad Westmoreland, as well as
rently held by the GOP. Trump. Backers of Vermont Sen. Bernie ate Democrats and ensure Feinstein makes a Republican former Marine.
You take what is a very unlikely scenario Sanders have fumed that the Democratic- the November runoff with whoever chal- At a forum last month attended by six
of victory and make it an impossible sce- controlled state Legislature balked at lenges her from the left. Democratic challengers in the 10th District
nario of victory, said former Orange embracing single-payer health care this In Californias 2016 runoff for Senate, to the south a seat held by Republican
County Republican Chairman Scott Baugh, year, while an activist backed by Sanders both candidates were Democrats. A similar Jeff Denham several candidates repeated-
who is considering a possible run in the loyalists almost captured the state situation could help California Democrats ly echoed themes from Sanders 2016 out-
48th Congressional District. However, Democratic Partys top job. in 2018 because Republicans may stay sider campaign.
Baugh said challenging incumbent 15-term Hillary Clinton handily won Californias home without candidates at the top of the If you work for a wage or a salary, you are
GOP Rep. Dana Rohrabacher is not part of Democratic primary last year, but even state ticket. getting railroaded by the economic system
my thinking now. politicians who embraced her, like de Leon, But while there may be little danger to that has taken hold over the last 40 years,
Democrats counter that whatever discord now sound more like Sanders. For decades, Democrats Senate prospects in California, said candidate Mateo Morelos Bedolla, who
exists is a symptom of unprecedented ener- older and more centrist liberals like some Republicans argue that down-ballot faulted national Democrats for focusing too
gy that will help them next year, but Feinstein, 84, and Gov. Jerry Brown, 79, challengers arent helping themselves by much on presidential fundraising while the
acknowledge theyre in new territory. have dominated the landscape, creating a veering left. Four of the targeted GOP House party abandoned working people.


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Panthers all but lock up PAL title

By Nathan Mollat Its understandable. The hardest part of the Bay Division title. With two games left
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF the Panthers schedule comes in the final two in league play, the Panthers hold a two-
weeks, but they took a huge step toward a game lead over the second-place Scots.
Very few teams set a goal of going unde- perfect league season after beating
Burlingame played great, said Carlmont
feated in league play. Carlmont in four sets Thursday evening in
coach Chris Crader. Made us look bad.
Belmont, 26-24, 17-25, 25-15, 25-15.
But with only a handful of games remain-
This was a huge win for us, said Natalie While the Panthers have a number of dif-
ing in the regular season, going a perfect
Ballout, Burlingames outstanding middle ferent offensive options to go to, it was
14-0 in Peninsula Athletic League Bay
blocker. After we beat [Carlmont the first their defense that consistently frustrated the
Division play suddenly became very real for
time this season], we wanted to go undefeat- Scots. Ballout, in particular, was a thorn in
the Burlingame volleyball team.
ed. the side of the Scots, as nine of her team-
NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL We didnt talk about being undefeated high 24 kills came off blocks.
Burlingame libero Sam Stuart receives a serve until about last week, said Burlingame The win had even more significance for
during the Panthers win over Carlmont. coach Nilo Mauricio. Burlingame, as it clinched at least a share of See PANTHERS, Page 18

Clash of PAL titans Dodgers

Dodgers 11, Cubs 1

M-A, Half Moon Bay in World Series Game of the Week
By Jay Cohen
both have eye on THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Bay Division crown CHICAGO Enrique Hernandez put a

Hollywood ending on an LA story three
By Nathan Mollat decades in the making.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Fueled by a home run trilogy from their
emotional utilityman, Clayton Kershaw and
The Half Moon Bay football team has put the Los Angeles Dodgers are finally going
on an impressive performance so far this to the World Series.
season. The Cougars have scored points in Hernandez homered three times and drove
bushels and have shut down every team in a record seven runs, Kershaw breezed
theyve faced. through six crisp innings
One of the big questions facing the and Los Angeles ended
Cougars was how they would fare in the the Chicago Cubs title
Peninsula Athletic Leagues Bay Division. defense with an 11-1 rout
So far, so good, as Half Moon Bay dominat- in Game 5 of the NL
ed Burlingame in their league opener two Championship Series on
weeks ago, 25-16. Thursday night.
It was a huge game for us, said Half It feels good to hear
Moon Bay coach Keith Holden. It was a World Series, Kershaw
nice win. We called it a quality win. Enrique said. Its been a long
But now the going gets a lot tougher Hernandez time coming for this
when Menlo-Atherton defending Bay team.
Division, Central Coast Section Open and After years of playoff heartache, there was
Northern California champion makes it just no stopping these Dodgers. With
way over to the coast for a 7:30 p.m. test Kershaw firing away at the top of a deep
Friday in the Daily Journals Game of the pitching staff and co-NLCS MVPs Justin
Week. Turner and Chris Taylor leading a tough line-
The Bears have proven to be quite up, one of baseballs most storied franchis-
chameleon-like this season. Need to pile up es captured its first pennant since Hall of
points for a win? No problem. M-A (2-0 Famer Tommy Lasorda managed Kirk
PAL Bay, 4-2 overall) has scored 30, 56 and Gibson, Orel Hershiser and Co. to Los
42 in three of its last four games all Angeles last championship in 1988.
wins. Need a defensive stop? The Bears The Dodgers will host the New York
have you covered literally. They allowed Yankees or Houston Astros in Game 1 of the
only 10 points to Burlingame and 7 to World Series on Tuesday night. The Yankees
Palma. have a 3-2 lead in the ALCS heading into
Holden also pointed out the Bears special Game 6 at Houston on Friday night, so one
teams are second to none as well. more New York win would set up another
Their special teams are unreal, Holden chapter in an old October rivalry between
said, referencing the Bears four kickoff the Yankees and Dodgers.
returns for scores this season. Los Angeles made the playoffs eight times
They have talent everywhere. in the previous 13 seasons and came up
The fact M-A is, once again, one of the short each time, often with Kershaw shoul-
best teams in CCS despite significant dering much of the blame. The three-time NL
turnover at key positions, shows that the DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS FILE Cy Young Award winner took the loss when
Half Moon Bay quarterback Gavin Tomberlin is having the best season of his four-year varsity
See GOTW, Page 15 career as he has helped lead the Cougars to a 6-0 start in 2017. See NLCS, Page 16

Raiders stun Kansas City on last play of game

By Josh Dubow
Raiders 31, Chiefs 30 the recent slump, Carr led
an 85-yard touchdown
passes for 210 yards and
two of the scores. The
snapped a four-game losing streak with a drive in the final 2:25 to Raiders had struggled to
OAKLAND Wins have been so hard to 31-30 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs give the Raiders (3-4) the get the ball downfield
come by for the Oakland Raiders that it took on Thursday night. thrilling comeback in a while being held to 17 or
three tries at the final play for them finally We didnt give up, Crabtree said. We game they trailed by nine fewer points in four
to pull this one out and possibly save their got a team full of fighters. We believe. ... points heading into the straight games but Carr
season. No matter how hard the game was, we fourth quarter. repeatedly beat the
Derek Carr threw a 2-yard touchdown pass believed. We came out with the W and Im Carr finished 29 for 52 Chiefs with deep passes.
to Michael Crabtree on the final play after excited. Its a good way to win, a great way Michael for 417 yards and three Amari Cooper No. 4 kept making
the game was extended by two straight to win. Crabtree touchdowns, with Amari
defensive holding calls and the Raiders With their season on the line following Cooper catching 11
See RAIDERS, Page 18
14 Friday Oct. 20, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Injuries are already a big topic for NBA

By Tim Reynolds Haywards injury Tuesday better than he was Brandon Knight blew his knee out in the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS night. Its all a brother- before, said Mark summer, San Antonios Tony Parker (leg) is
hood. You want to see Bartelstein, Haywards still several weeks from returning, Indianas
MIAMI Brooklyns Jeremy Lin was hor- guys succeed. agent. Glenn Robinson III (ankle) may miss half
rified to see what happened to Gordon Many members of the Lins injury was the season and Milwaukees Jabari Parker
Hayward, whose season almost certainly brotherhood are ailing, nowhere near as visibly (knee) has months of rehab work left.
ended in a most disturbing fashion five min- none causing bigger horrifying as Haywards, You worry about guys getting nicked up,
utes into the Celtics season-opener. shock waves than but the end result was the Memphis forward Brandan Wright said. Lot
A night later, Lin met a similar fate. Hayward. same a bad landing at of big injuries ... You want to just take care of
Heres some of what should be celebrated Gordon San Antonios Kawhi Jeremy Lin Indiana on Wednesday left your guys.
from the opening nights of the NBA season: Hayward Leonard hasnt played yet him in tears and saying, Hayward had surgery Wednesday night and
Milwaukees Giannis Antetokounmpo had a this season because of a Im done, Im done. is likely to miss the remainder of the season,
37-point game, Clevelands LeBron James quadriceps injury. The Warriors sent His personal diagnosis was officially con- after breaking his leg and dislocating his
was one assist away from a triple-double, Draymond Green to get an MRI on an aching firmed Thursday morning: Lin ruptured the ankle in Bostons opener at Cleveland.
Houston beat Golden State on the Warriors left knee, which sidelined him before the end patella tendon in his right knee, the Nets Livingston had no interest in seeing the
ring night and Miamis Hassan Whiteside of their season opener and has him listed as said. replay of Haywards injury. He knows the
went for 26 points and 22 rebounds. doubtful for Golden States game at New We feel awful that the injury will cost him road that awaits the Boston star.
It all seems overshadowed by injuries. Orleans on Friday. Houstons Chris Paul the season, Nets general manager Sean Im not watching the video, but Ive seen
No, this is not the start the NBA wanted. missed a game at Sacramento on Wednesday Marks said. the pictures, Livingston said. Prayers go
Its tough watching that happen to any- with knee pain. Clevelands Isaiah Thomas Plenty of other teams are missing key out to him. Its going to be a long road back
body in the NBA, said Golden State guard wont be back until January, at least, while players and would-be starters. for him but if he puts his mind to it, is a man
Shaun Livingston, whose horrific knee recovering from a hip injury. Among them: Utahs Dante Exum may of faith, keeps good people around him ...
injury from 2007 so bad that doctors orig- And those guys, along with Hayward, are miss the whole season with a dislocated left its going to be a long rehab for him but hes
inally thought he could lose his leg was just the hurting All-Stars from last season. shoulder, Miamis Rodney McGruder had sur- very capable of coming back and being the
compared to the grotesque nature of Theres no doubt well get him back to be gery on a stress fracture in his leg, Phoenixs same player.

THURSDAY Knights to the WBAL win over the Tigers. scored once for HMB.
Local sports roundup Avani Tumuluri paced NDB, finishing with a
Girls volleyball Malone scored four times for the Tigers.
San Mateo 13, Hillsdale 7
Next up for the Tigers is a CCS play-in game
Woodside 3, Half Moon Bay 0 against Aragon, which, because of tiebreakers Womens college volleyball The Bearcats used a 5-1 first period to carry
The Wildcats all but sewed up fourth place in for a three-way tie for second place in the Bay CSM 3, Chabot-Hayward 0 them to the win over the crosstown rival
the PAL Bay Division with the sweep of the Division, was given the No. 4 seed and will The Bulldogs won their first match in Coast Knights.
Cougars, 25-11, 25-20, 25-17. face the Tigers Tuesday, with the winner earn- Conference play and they did it with an
Half Moon Bay was led by Riley Donovan, Caroline Zhu scored five goals to lead San
ing a CCS berth. emphatic 25-12, 25-8, 25-7 win over the Mateo. Megan Chung added a hat trick and
who finished with eight kills and six digs. San Mateo was led by Caroline Zhus hat Gladiators.
While the Cougars may have lost the game Jacqueline Rittenhouse had a pair. Emily
trick. Megan Chung and Pacita Del Balso each The CSM offense was led Nneoma Kanu, Chinn, Nicole Chang and Pacita Del Balso
of the court, they did raise more than $1,200 scored twice for the Bearcats. who finished with 10 kills. Kealah Valisano
for breast cancer awareness at Dig Pink rounded out the scoring for San Mateo.
added eight more for the Bulldogs.
Night on the coast. Boys water polo
Menlo School 14, Coronado-San Diego 11 WEDNESDAY Girls tennis
Mercy-Burlingame 3, Mercy-SF 0
The Knights scored four goals in both the Aragon 4, San Mateo 3
In an all-Mercy matchup, the Crusaders
swept the Skippers 25-10, 25-17, 25-10 in a
second and third quarters and then had to Girls water polo The Dons pulled into a third-place tie in the
endure five, fourth-quarter goals from
WBAL Foothill Division matchup. Notre Dame-Belmont 10, PAL Bay Division standing with the win over
Coronado, but held on for the non-league win.
Alister Borabo paced the Mercy-Burlingame Menlo School coach Jack Bowen is an Half Moon Bay 6 the rival Bearcats.
offense with 12 kills. Becky Roos finished alumnus of Coronado, which is the top-ranked The Tigers got six goals from Isa Mack as
with 25 assists for the Crusaders. Both teams were 7-4 going into Thursdays
team in the San Diego Section. they clinched the PAL Ocean Division title matches.
Ally Remulla led the charge defensively for Niko Bhatia led Menlo with five goals. with a perfect 12-0 mark.
MB, finishing with 10 digs. She also added Kendall Marques added two goals for NDB the match was decided at No. 3 singles,
Miller Geschke added a hat trick, while
four service aces. (12-0 PAL Ocean, 16-2 overall), while where Aragons Marie Pachtner topped San
Connor Enright and Jayden Kunwar each
Michelle Klyetman and Callie Malone had a Mateos Lian Ting, 7-5, 7-5.
scored two goals apiece.
Girls water polo Josh Poulous had a strong game in the cage goal each. Pachtners win meant the teams split the
Notre Dame-Belmont 16, San Mateo 10 for the Knights, finishing with 12 saves. NDB goaltender Lauren Alvarez had a huge four single matches, but the Dons pulled out
Playing their third game in four days, the game, making 14 saves. Her HMB counter- the win by winning two of the three doubles
Tigers may have shown some heavy legs but part, Jennifer Martuscelli was equally impres- matches. Mahak Bindal and Emily McHugh,
still managed to beat hold off the Bearcats and Girls golf sive, coming up with 12 saves and adding two playing at No. 2 doubles, and Yasmina Malouf
clinch the PAL Ocean Division title. Menlo School 218, assists offensively. and Anouk Seibulescu at No. 3, posted domi-
NDB was led by Isa Mack for the second Notre Dame-Belmont 232 The Cougars offense was paced by Carly nating wins. Bindal and McHugh won 6-2, 6-
game in a row, as she finished with six goals. Gianna Inguagiato fired a 38 to lead the Hilvert and Mia Griffiths, who each scored 0, while Malouf and Seibulescu posted a 6-2,
Michelle Kleytman added five and Callie twice. Kacie Sorfleet and Julie Raffetto each 6-1 victory.

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Aragon (2-0 PAL Bay, 6-0 overall) at The Scots held off San Mateo two weeks averaging 326 yards of offense per game. RB
Burlingame (0-2, 4-2), 7:30 p.m. Friday Best bets ago, 21-14. The Mustangs were manhan- Angelo Velez is averaging 205 yards rushing.
The Dons defense led them to a 31-21 win weeks ago. The Warriors were whacked by dled by Jefferson, 21-0. Capuchino domi- Mills has won three of its last four. The
over Terra Nova two weeks ago. The Menlo School, 48-13. The last time these nated an injury-plagued Carlmont squad in Viking have held two opponents under 10
Panthers were pasted by Half Moon Bay last teams met was in 2015, a 27-14 Hillsdale win. 2016, 35-6. Carlmont scored a season low points this season. Mills Bernard Ocon
week, 39-15. Aragon hung a 28-7 loss on That 2015 Hillsdale team finished 11-2 on in the win over San Mateo. The Scots are may be the Vikings most versatile player,
Burlingame in 2016. Aragons defensive the season. But the 2017 edition has done one of four PAL teams still undefeated, joining averaging 122 yards per game through a com-
front seven had a field day against the Terra something even that CCS finals appearance Aragon, Half Moon Bay and Hillsdale. The bination of rushing, receiving and returning.
Nova offensive line, coming up with nine team could do open the season a perfect 6- 14 points allowed snapped a two-game
sacks, a dozen other hits and as many pres- 0. Hillsdale has scored 30 or more points in shutout streak for the Scots defense. After a
2-0 start, Capuchino is mired in a four-game Sacred Heart Cathedral (1-2 WCAL, 4-2
sures on the quarterback. Dons running every game in 2017. The defense has not overall) at Serra (3-0, 4-2), 1 p.m. Saturday
back Paul Lautaimi has rushed for 366 yards allowed more than 18 to any one opponent. slide. The Mustangs were shut out for the
over the last two weeks. Burlingame hasnt Hillsdale senior running back Nick Hulman second time this season. In their last four The Irish were buried by Valley Christian
been 0-2 to start league play since 2012. is having a career year. He is 14 yards shy of games, Capuchino has scored a combined 29 two weeks ago, 35-0. The Padres pulverized
Through their first four games, all wins, the the 1,000-yard mark for the season, is averag- points. Mitty, 64-21. Serra rolled to a 41-7 win
Panthers averaged 43 points per game. In their ing 164 yards rushing per game and has scored over SHC last year. After winning its first
last two, theyve scored a combined 25 12 touchdowns. Hillsdale QB Jeremy Jefferson (2-0 PAL Lake, 5-1 overall) at four games, including a league-opening win
points. The Burlingame defense allowed a Teteak has thrown 12 TD passes against just Mills (1-0, 3-3), 7:30 p.m. Friday rival over St. Ignatius, SHC has dropped its
season-high 29 points last week. In its previ- one interception. The 48 points allowed The Grizzlies grabbed a 21-0 win over last two games by a combined score of 80-17.
ous five games, Burlingame gave up a total of was a season-high for South City. The Capuchino two weeks ago. The Vikings got Serra has been running roughshod over the
54. Warriors have been held under 20 points in over on El Camino, 22-8. Jefferson out- WCAL since league play started. In three
four of their five losses. lasted Mills 36-30 last season. Since a sea- games, the Padres are averaging 52 points.
son-opening loss, Jefferson has won five Even more impressive may be the Padres
Hillsdale (2-0 PAL Ocean, 6-0 overall) at straight, including a forfeit win over Albany. defense, which has allowed just 21 points over
South City (1-1, 1-5), 7:30 p.m. Friday Carlmont (2-0 PAL Lake, 6-0 overall) at
Capuchino (0-1, 2-4),7:30 p.m. Friday Over their last four games, the Grizzlies are its last three. They shut out both Riordan and
Hillsdale hammered Sequoia, 35-16 two averaging 39 points per game. Jefferson is Bellarmine to open WCAL play.

Terra Nova (0-1 PAL Bay, 4-2 overall) at athletes in the PAL. He leads the team in offense against Hillsdale.
Sacred Heart Prep (0-2, 1-5), 3 p.m. Friday
The rest both rushing and receiving. He has rushed
The Tigers took a tough 31-21 loss to Academy two weeks ago, 49-6. The for 402 yards and five touchdowns, while
Aragon two weeks ago. The Gators fell to Knights ransacked South City, 48-13. also coming up with 20 catches for 215 El Camino (0-2 PAL Lake, 2-4 overall) at
Menlo-Atherton, 42-35. SHP posted a Menlo hung on for a 45-35 win over yards and three more scores.
30-21 win over Terra Nova last season.
San Mateo (0-2, 4-2), 7:30 p.m.
Woodside last season. Woodside has
Terra Nova scored a season-low last week, given up 40 points or more in its last three Kings Academy (1-1 PAL Ocean, 1-5 over- The Colts were saddled with a 22-8 loss by
and allowed a season-high defensively. games. Conversely, the Wildcats have all) at Sequoia (0-2, 2-4), 7:30 p.m. Mills two weeks ago. The Bearcats were
The Tigers still have the second-highest scored a total of 20 points in those con- The Knights picked up its first win of bounced by Carlmont, 21-14. San Mateo
scoring average in the division, averaging tests. Menlo has won two straight to the season two weeks ago, 49-6, over held off El Camino 21-14 in 2016. After
41 points per game. The 35 points scored open Ocean Division play. Knights QB Woodside. The Cherokees were taken winning its first two games, El Camino has
for SHP against M-A was the second-highest Emilio Simbeck is quietly putting together down by Hillsdale, 35-16. Sequoia beat lost its last four. During that slide, the
point output of the season, behind the 42 one of the most productive seasons in the TKA is a barnburner last year, 39-30. Colts have scored a combined 21 points.
the Gators scored against Sobrato in Week PAL. A first-year varsity starter, Simbeck Kings Academy scored a season high 49 After a 4-0 start, San Mateo has dropped two
2. The Gators are allowing a division- has thrown for just shy of 1,000 yards, points last week and gave up a season low straight to start Lake Division play. The
worst 32 points per game. completing nearly 60 percent of his passes of six in earning its first win of the sea- Bearcats defense, after giving up a total of
and has a 10-to-1 touchdown-to-intercep- son. The Cherokees have lost three in a 28 points through their first four games,
Woodside (0-2, 0-6) at tion ratio. RB/WR Aidan Israelski is row. Sequoia matched a season low in has allowed a combined 52 over their last
Menlo School (2-0, 4-2), 3 p.m. Friday proving to be one of the best multi-threat points scored with 16 last week. The two. the 14 points scored was a season
The Wildcats were whacked by Kings Cherokees managed just 181 yards of low for San Mateo.

work, know what theyre good at, Holden said. the only reason we have a chance, Holden said. yards last season, has only 457 in 2017 but

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I know were not going to 100 percent stop
them. Theyre going to make plays.
M-A, however, is not the only team coming
We like to think we can compete with [M-A]. If
we do, its because of our core group of guys.
Quarterback Gavin Tomberlin, in his third
20 touchdowns. But given the fact the Cougars
have averaged more than 53 points scored per
game, there has been a lot of second-half, side-
into the game with a string of recent success. year as starter and fourth year on the varsity line time for Hofmann this season. The rest of
Half Moon Bay (1-0, 6-0) has bona fides of its level, is as close to a coach on the field as youll the running back group has picked up the slack,
program is in position to reload and not rebuild. own, having won back-to-back CCS titles and find. He leads the Cougars in total offense, aver- however, as the Cougars have rushed for more
Miles Conrad could easily be a three-year start- are 6-0 for the first time in school history. aging 163 yards per game. In addition to his than 1,200 yards as a team.
ing quarterback, after starting his sophomore 127 yards passing per game, he is second on the
And unlike the Bears, who had some fairly
year, before working behind Aajon Johnson team in rushing. Despite all the gaudy numbers both teams
significant turnover from last year, the Cougars
last year. Conrad picked up this season where he have put up this season, Holden knows that the
nucleus is in its third year together, giving them I wouldnt say hes exceeded expectations,
left off two years, and is even better in 2017, game will be decided in one place along the
a familiarity with each other not many teams Holden said. We had extremely high expecta-
having already surpassed the 1,000-yard pass- line. And its at the point of attack that has
can match. tions. Hes playing really good football. Hes
ing mark. Holden most worried.
And while the Bears dont have one runner to Its that familiarity with each other, and reading the option better than he ever has.
replace Jordan Mims, as a team, they should go Holdens scheme, that has seen Half Moon Bay Meanwhile, Half Moon Bay running back My biggest concern is that they beat us up
over the 1,000-yard mark rushing this week. running like a well-oiled machine for the better Chase Hofmann is developing a Cris Carter up front, Holden said. Any time a team con-
First thing we have to do is, do our home- part of two seasons now. mentality all he does is score touchdowns. trols the line of scrimmage, its a bad thing (for
I think [that familiarity with each other] is The senior, who rushed for more than 2,000 the opposition).

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Astros need ninth Verlander win if season is to continue

By Stephen Hawkins because of the presence in the season people dont say much. into the World Series.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that he brings. The Yankees are one win away from their My (excitement) level is, I think its a
The Astros certainly first AL pennant since 2009 and record 41st hundred, Severino said, adding he felt great
HOUSTON Justin Verlander agreed to need the boost. overall. after a good bullpen session Wednesday.
that last-minute trade to the Houston Astros Aaron Judge and all Houston has to win Verlanders start and Verlander made two World Series starts as a
with hopes of another World Series, and has those baby bombers from then another game for its first AL pennant. rookie with Detroit in 2006, and made it
since won all eight games he has pitched. New York, who had a pair The Astros were still in the National League again in 2012 with the Tigers, who complet-
of 2-1 losses in Houston for their only World Series appearance 12 ed a trade Aug. 31 to send him to Houston
Eight is not enough. The Astros have to
and struck out 13 times years ago. only minutes before the deadline for him to
win Verlanders ninth game or their sea-
Justin against Verlander, defi- Verlander in Game 2 threw 124 pitches, be eligible to pitch in this postseason.
son will end short of that goal.
Verlander nitely have a lot more exactly twice as many as Luis Severino did
Obviously. I know this is one of the main So what did the 34-year-old Verlander do in
energy and confidence for the Yankees. That is also the starting
reasons I was brought here, Verlander said between starts after the 124 pitches last
after outscoring the Astros 19-5 and outhit- matchup for Game 6.
Thursday. This is why Im here. Saturday?
ting them 25-12 in their three home games.
Six days after the big right-hander threw a Severino didnt take the mound for the I kind of stepped on the gas. I feel as good
And they have already turned the tables on
complete game against the Yankees to put fifth in Game 2, an inning after Girardi and a now as Ive felt all year, Verlander said.
Dallas Keuchel, the other Astros ace who
Houston up 2-0 in the best-of-7 AL trainer visited the mound after the 23-year- This is what we work so hard for. My work-
lost Game 5 after winning the series opener
Championship Series, the teams will be old right-hander uncharacteristically wound out regimen in the offseason, my throwing
with 10 strikeouts over seven scoreless
back in Minute Maid Park for Game 6 on his arm several times soon after giving up a regimen, my shoulder regimen in season, all
Friday night with the Astros facing an elim- solo homer to Carlos Correa. He stayed in that stuff, this is when it pays off the most.
Look at a number of other players that
ination game after New York swept three then, but then he was struck on the wrist of ... I came out of that start better than almost
have been through playoffs, and theyve had
games in the Bronx. his no-throwing hand by a one-hopper that any I have all year.
their struggles, and all of a sudden they can
Well, theres immediate belief when you was the inning-ending out. This ALCS so far has followed the same
get hot, Yankees manager Joe Girardi said.
have a Justin Verlander go, manager A.J. And I think everything is magnified when Afterward, Severino said he was fine and pattern as the 2001 World Series for New
Hinch said. His presence will immediately youre in the playoffs, and two games seem that checked out with doctors and had York, which then lost the first two games at
make everybody sit up straight, stand up a like forever, where if you struggle two games wanted to keep pitching. Arizona before winning three in a row at
little bit more, have a little bit more energy Now he gets a chance to pitch the Yankees Yankee Stadium.

(1978 ALCS) and Adam Kennedy (2002

Continued from page 13
ALCS). Hernandezs seven RBIs set an LCS
record and tied the postseason record shared
by four other players who all did it in a
Division Series.
Troy OLeary was the previous player to
his team was eliminated by the Cubs in have seven RBIs in a playoff game, for
Game 6 of last years NLCS at Wrigley Field. Boston at Cleveland in the 1999 ALDS.
The ace left-hander was just OK during his
first two starts in this years postseason, It was a stunning display for a player with
but Los Angeles offense picked him up each 28 career homers in four seasons also bur-
time. Backed by Hernandezs powerful show dened by his concern for his native Puerto
in Chicago, Kershaw turned in an efficient Rico, which is recovering from a devastat-
three-hit performance with five strikeouts ing hurricane.
and improved to 6-7 in the playoffs Obviously, people back home are having
matching Burt Hootons club record for a really hard time right now, Hernandez
postseason wins. said. For me to be able to come here and do
When Kenley Jansen retired Willson something like this is pretty special. My
Contreras on a liner to shortstop for the bodys here, but my minds kind of back
final out, the party was on. The Dodgers home. Its hard being away from home with
poured out of the dugout and mobbed their whats going on.
dominant closer near the mound, and a small Kris Bryant homered for Chicago, but the
but vocal group of Los Angeles fans gath- NL Central champions finished with just
ered behind the visitors dugout and chanted four hits in another tough night at the plate.
Lets go Dodgers! Lets go Dodgers! Each of their eight runs in the NLCS came
Hernandez connected on the first two via the long ball, and they batted just .156
pitches he saw, belting a solo drive in the for the series with 53 strikeouts.
second for his first career playoff homer and Long playoff runs in each of the last two
then a grand slam in the third against Hector years and a grueling five-game NL Division
Rondon. He added a two-run shot in the Series against Washington seemed to sap
ninth against Mike Montgomery. Chicago of some energy, and its pitching
The 26-year-old Hernandez became the faltered against sweet-swinging Los
fourth player with a three-homer game in a Angeles. Jose Quintana was pulled in the
league championship series, joining Bob third inning of the final game, and the Cubs
Robertson (1971 NLCS), George Brett never recovered.
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Protests spur college FRIDAY
Atlantic Division
Atlantic Division
officials to talk with players Terra Nova at Sacred Heart Prep,Woodside at Menlo
School, 3 p.m.; Menlo-Atherton at Half Moon Bay,
New England
W L T Pct
4 2 0 .667
159 W L Pct GB GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Buffalo 3 2 0 .600 89 74 Toronto 1 0 1.000 Tampa Bay 8 6 1 1 13 29 23
ATLANTA As protests over Aragon at Burlingame, Hillsdale at South City, Kings Miami 3 2 0 .600 61 84 New York 0 1 .000 1 Toronto 7 6 1 0 12 34 22
Academy at Sequoia, El Camino at San Mateo, Carl- N.Y. Jets 3 3 0 .500 109 130 Philadelphia 0 1 .000 1
racial injustice grab national atten- mont at Capuchino, Jefferson at Mills, 7:30 p.m. Ottawa 7 3 1 3 9 24 18
South Brooklyn 0 1 .000 1
tion in pro sports, some college Jacksonville 3 30 .500 156 110 Boston 0 2 .000 1 1/2
Detroit 7 4 3 0 8 23 21
and university officials are having Mens college soccer Houston 3 30 .500 177 147 Boston 6 3 3 0 6 20 21
Hartnell at Caada, 1:30 p.m.; Las Positas at Skyline, Tennessee 2 30 .400 110 142 Florida 5 2 3 0 4 17 20
pre-emptive talks with student-ath- 2 p.m. Indianapolis 2 30 .400 97 159 Southeast Division
Buffalo 7 1 4 2 4 18 28
W L Pct GB
letes and consulting each other North Orlando 1 0 1.000
Montreal 7 1 5 1 3 11 27
Womens college soccer Pittsburgh 4 20 .667 118 102
amid concerns that such actions Caada at DeAnza, 2 p.m. Baltimore 3 30 .500 114 124 Washington 1 0 1.000
Metropolitan Division
will spread to college sports, Cincinnati 2 30 .400 84 83 Atlanta 1 0 1.000
New Jersey 7 6 1 0 12 31 21
College womens water polo Cleveland 0 60 .000 94 157 Charlotte 0 1 .000 1
according to emails released Miami 0 1 .000 1 Columbus 7 5 2 0 10 21 15
CSM at Cabrillo, 3:30 p.m. West
Thursday. Kansas City 5 20 .714 207 161 Pittsburgh 7 4 2 1 9 25 29
After five black cheerleaders at College womens volleyball Denver 3 20 .600 108 97 Central Division Philadelphia 7 4 3 0 8 26 17
Cabrillo at CSM, 6:30 p.m. Raiders 3 40 .429 155 156 W L Pct GB Carolina 5 3 1 1 7 14 12
Kennesaw State University knelt L.A. Chargers 2 40 .333 116 131 Washington 7 3 3 1 7 23 24
Detroit 1 0 1.000
during the national anthem at a SATURDAY NATIONAL CONFERENCE Indiana 1 0 1.000 N.Y. Islanders7 3 3 1 7 19 21
September football game, athletic Football East Milwaukee 1 0 1.000 N.Y. Rangers 8 1 5 2 4 20 30
Contra Costa at CSM, Sacred Heart Cathedral at Philadelphia 5 1 0 .833 165 122
officials there sought advice from Washington 3 2 0 .600 117 113 Cleveland 1 0 1.000
Serra, 1 p.m. Dallas 2 3 0 .400 125 132 Chicago 0 1 .000 1 WESTERN CONFERENCE
their counterparts at schools N.Y. Giants 0 5 0 .000 82 122 Central Division
including the University of
Georgia, Georgia Tech, Duke
Carolina 4 20 .667 128 122
Southwest Division
St. Louis
8 6 2 0
8 4 2 2
New Orleans 3 20 .600 145 116 W L Pct GB Nashville 7 4 2 1 9 19 17
University and Purdue University. LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Atlanta 3 20 .600 121 109 Houston 2 0 1.000 Dallas 7 4 3 0 8 19 18
Tampa Bay 2 30 .400 118 121
The responses they got back American League Memphis 1 0 1.000 1/2 Colorado 8 4 4 0 8 23 21
offer a glimpse at whats happen- North San Antonio 1 0 1.000 1/2 Winnipeg 6 3 3 0 6 18 23
New York 3, Houston 2 Minnesota 4 20 .667 122 103 Dallas 0 1 .000 1 1/2
ing in college athletic programs Green Bay 4 20 .667 147 135 Minnesota 4 1 1 2 4 15 16
Friday, Oct. 13: Houston 2, New York 1 Detroit 3 30 .500 161 149 New Orleans 0 1 .000 1 1/2
trying to strike a balance between Chicago 2 40 .333 105 148 Pacific Division
Saturday, Oct. 14: Houston 2, New York 1
supporting free expression and West
Northwest Division Los Angeles 6 5 0 1 11 21 10
Monday, Oct. 16: New York 8, Houston 1 W L Pct GB
offending fans and donors. L.A. Rams
87 Utah 1 0 1.000
Vegas 6 5 1 0 10 20 15
The emails were released Tuesday, Oct. 17: New York 6, Houston 4 Arizona 3 30 .500 119 158 Calgary 7 4 3 0 8 18 19
Portland 1 0 1.000
49ers 0 60 .000 113 146 Anaheim 6 2 3 1 5 12 17
Thursday in response to a request Wednesday, Oct. 18: New York 5, Houston 0 Oklahoma City 1 0 1.000
Vancouver 6 2 3 1 5 15 20
for Kennesaw State documents Friday, Oct. 20: New York (Severino 14-6) at Hous- Thursdays Games Minnesota 0 1 .000 1
Oakland 31, Kansas City 30 Sharks 5 2 3 0 4 13 16
ton (Verlander 15-8), 5:08 p.m. (FS1) Denver 0 1 .000 1
under Georgias open records law. Sundays Games Edmonton 6 2 4 0 4 13 20
x-Saturday, Oct. 21: New York at Houston, 5:08 p.m. Tampa Bay at Buffalo, 10 a.m. Arizona 7 0 6 1 1 16 30
It was filed by Davante Lewis, the New Orleans at Green Bay, 10 a.m. Pacific Division
(FS1) Baltimore at Minnesota, 10 a.m. W L Pct GB
brother of the one of the cheerlead- Tennessee at Cleveland, 10 a.m. Thursdays Games
National League L.A. Clippers 0 0 .000
ers who took a knee. N.Y. Jets at Miami, 10 a.m.
L.A. Lakers 0 0 .000 Tampa Bay 2, Columbus 0
Los Angeles 4, Chicago 1 Jacksonville at Indianapolis, 10 a.m.
The kneeling demonstrations Arizona vs L.A. Rams at London, UK, 10 a.m. Warriors 0 1 .000 Boston 6, Vancouver 3
Saturday, Oct. 14: Los Angeles 5, Chicago 2 Carolina at Chicago, 10 a.m. Sacramento 0 1 .000 N.Y. Islanders 4, N.Y. Rangers 3, SO
have been inspired by former 49ers Dallas at San Francisco, 1:05 p.m. Nashville 1, Philadelphia 0
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 1:25 p.m. Phoenix 0 1 .000
quarterback Colin Kaepernicks Sunday, Oct. 15: Los Angeles 4, Chicago 1
Seattle at N.Y. Giants, 1:25 p.m. New Jersey 5, Ottawa 4, OT
refusal to stand for the national Tuesday, Oct. 17: Los Angeles 6, Chicago 1 Denver at L.A. Chargers, 1:25 p.m. Thursdays Games Edmonton 2, Chicago 1, OT
Atlanta at New England, 5:30 p.m. Toronto 117, Chicago 101 St. Louis 4, Colorado 3
anthem last season to protest Wednesday, Oct. 18: Chicago 3, Los Angeles 1 Open: Detroit, Houston
Mondays Games Oklahoma City 105, New York 84 Carolina 2, Calgary 1
police mistreatment of minorities. Thursday, Oct. 19: Los Angeles 11, Chicago 1 Washington at Philadelphia, 5:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at L.A. Lakers, late Dallas 5, Arizona 4

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one point away from taking the set before in posting a 25-17 Game 2 win. Game 4, using the exact formula in the

Continued from page 13
Morgan McClellan pounded down a pair of
kills, followed by a kill from Catherine
Dahlberg, and the score was knotted at 24.
Our serve receiving and passing, we were
struggling (in Game 2), Ballout said. I
think we got distracted. But we relaxed and
fourth game as they did in the first and third
jump out to a big, early lead. A kill from
Emmy Sharp and a block for another point
Morgan McClellan would go on to finish re-focused. Our passing definitely improved from Ballout gave Burlingame a quick 2-0
with 21 kills, while Maya McClellan added (after that). lead.
The block definitely makes [opponents] 16. Game 3 started much like the first set, But a block from Sophia Srivastava and a
change what they want to do naturally, But a kill from Burlingames Maline with Burlingame jumping out to a big early kill from Maya McClellan tied the game
Mauricio said. Baker, coupled with a Scots hitting error lead, winning 10 of the first 14 points for a before the Panthers reeled off four unan-
Said Ballout: Once we start blocking, gave the Panthers the first set, 26-24. 10-4 advantage. Unlike Game 1, the swered point and won eight of the next 12
everything goes downhill (for the other Game 2 saw Carlmont build a huge lead. Panthers did not allow the Scots to get back points for a 10-6 lead.
team). The Scots trailed 4-3 early, but a Burlingame into the set. Burlingame put the hammer And they kept pushing from there. When
The Panthers got their blocking going serving error jump-started a 5-0 Carlmont down in the middle portion of Game 3, Ballout recorded yet another block for a
early as four of their first 10 points of the run. Maya McClellan had a pair of aces and extending its lead to 19-9. Carlmont had a kill, the Panthers were up 16-9. The Scots
match came on Ballout blocks, which Morgan McClellan had a kill and a block for last-gasp rally late, but it was nowhere near tried to prolong the match as best they
helped Burlingame spurt out to a 10-4 lead another point to push Carlmont out to an 8- enough as the Panthers cruised to the 25-15 could, but the Panthers were simply too
in the opening set. 4 advantage. win, moving then one game away from a much for the Scots to handle as Burlingame
But Carlmont, being Carlmont, made a The Scots would eventually build a 20-10 12-0 Bay Division mark. finished with a flourish, winning four of the
run, eventually taking a 16-15 lead on a pair advantage as they won nine of 10 points. Thats what I love about this team, final five points to seal the win.
of Burlingame hitting errors. The set was But Burlingame did not simply concede Mauricio said. They want to finish teams They kicked out butt, Crader said. Im
nip-and-tuck the rest of the way. the rest of the game. The Panthers forced the off. disappointed to say it, but I watched the
Burlingame held a three-point lead and was Scots to play to the very end, which they did That is precisely what the Panthers did in match.
was down at the 1. An offensive pass inter- Mapp and getting ejected . Peters also was Carr had not connected on a single deep

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ference on Crabtree wiped out another
touchdown on the next play.
But holding calls on Ron Parker and Eric
called for a personal foul on the play. Lynch
congratulated his teammates in the locker
room after the game but didnt speak to
ball to Amari Cooper all season before the
two teamed twice for long TDs in the open-
ing quarter. On the first, Cooper appeared to
Murray set the stage for the final play. Carr reporters. push Terrance Mitchell but the officials
hit Crabtree in the front corner of the end I was disappointed he ran out because I picked up the flag and gave Cooper the 38-
plays, coach Jack Del Rio said. This is a zone to tie it at 30. Giorgio Tavecchio won knew we had a 15-yard penalty and wed be yard TD . Later in the quarter Carr and
special, special win. it with the extra point , setting off a cele- in good shape, Del Rio said. Cooper connected on a 45-yard score, mak-
Alex Smith threw for 342 yards and three bration on a wild night that included ing Cooper the first Raiders receiver with
touchdowns but it wasnt enough for the Oakland running back Marshawn Lynch get- Long drive two TD catches in the first quarter since
Chiefs (5-2). They lost consecutive games ting ejected in the second quarter for shov- Mervyn Fernandez in 1989.
After Marquette King pinned the Chiefs at
for the first time since Oct. 11-18, 2015, ing an official.
their own 1 with a perfect punt early in the
and had their 12-game winning streak in the
second quarter, Kansas City needed little
Kicking woes
AFC West snapped in a thrilling finish. Hot tempers time to turn the momentum. Smith hit The Raiders were hurt last week when a bad
Ive never been part of a game that came The game took an odd turn midway Demarcus Robinson on a 33-yard pass on snap by Jon Condo led to a missed extra
down so dramatic, linebacker Derrick through the second quarter after Kansas the first play of the drive. After a short run, point by Giorgio Tavecchio in a 17-16 loss
Johnson said. But, still had a chance to Citys Marcus Peters hit Carr late, angering Tyreek Hill beat David Amerson for a 64- to the Chargers. That was Tavecchios first
win. Period. Just have to make a play. One the Raiders. Offensive linemen Kelechi yard touchdown pass that gave the Chiefs missed kick of any kind this season but he
play. One play. Osemele and Donald Penn confronted Peters their first 99-yard drive since doing it Dec. then had a 53-yarder blocked and missed a
The Raiders had an apparent go-ahead and Lynch sprinted off the Oakland sideline 3, 2006, against Cleveland. 45-yarder wide left in the second quarter.
touchdown pass to Jared Cook with 18 sec- to join the fray. Lynch, a close friend of Tavecchio also had a false start on an extra
onds left overturned when replay ruled he Peters, ended up shoving line judge Julian Deep connection point in the third quarter.


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By Lindsey Bahr sometimes, maybe even most Heaven director Todd from a Brian Selznick book,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of the time, the results are Haynes is very much for the the same author of The
transcendent. Think about young for those who still Invention of Hugo Cabret,
For devoted fans of certain Alfonso Cuarons A Little find pleasure in tactile sim- which provided the basis for
prestige directors, its always Princess or Martin Scorseses plicity, who pour over pop-up Scorseses Hugo. It inter-
a little disarming to see them Hugo. When a master of books and paper dolls, who cuts the stories of two chil-
make a true childrens film. cinema decides to look at the fantasize about the past, and dren, Rose, a young girl in
Expectations have to be read- world from a childs perspec- whose imaginations are richer, 1927 and Ben, a young boy in
justed in real time as you sub- tive, we should all line up. more elaborate and darker 1977.
mit to something else, some- Wonderstruck, the latest than most adults care to Rose, played by the magnifi-
thing different. That exercise from Carol, Im Not remember. cent newcomer Millicent
can yield disappointment, but There and Far From Wonderstruck is adapted See FABLE, Page 22

Food brief
New York City hotel bringing back $1,000 bagel Sweet potato and Brussels
sprouts get a bacon blast
NEW YORK New Yorkers with a taste for an expensive
city staple will have an opportunity to try the $1,000 bagel
when it returns to the city next month.
The Westin New York hotel in Times Square says its
bringing back the extravagant bagel for a limited time after By Melissa dArabian
it first appeared in 2007. WNBC-TV reports the bagel will THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
feature Alba white truffle cream cheese, goji berry-infused
Riesling jelly and golden leaf flakes. A chill is finally in the air, which
According to the hotel, white truffle is the second most transforms what goes on our table.
expensive food in the world after caviar. The bagel is more Winter squash, hardy greens like kale
than an expensive treat however, as 100 percent of the pro- and chard, cabbage, cauliflower, and
ceeds will go to Holy Apostle Soup Kitchen. sweet potatoes are filling the markets
and my recipe-testing table. The colder
weather has me craving filling side
dishes to go alongside juicy roasts and
festive winter meals.
Baking sheets covered in cubed veg-
gies offer a nutritious and weeknight-
friendly solution. Cut almost any firm
veggie into cubes, toss in a little olive
October 2nd29th, 2017 oil and seasoning, and roast on high
In addition to our dinner menu, we offer: heat until the inside is tender and the
edges are golden and caramelized. Time
Grilled Bavarian Bratwurst varies by vegetable, but most are done
Served with housemade sauerkraut, German in the 20-30 minute range. Serve your
roasted veggies with sliced beef or pork Brussels sprouts and their ever-popular companion bacon are teamed up with
potato salad and a woodred brewers pretzel. sweet potato to make a tasty oven-roasted hash that requires just minutes of prep
roast, or serve simply with some
steamed quinoa. time to cube the veggies, all of which can be done a day in advance.
Todays Sweet Potato and Brussels sweet potato to make a tasty oven- healthy that we cant indulge a little
Fresh veal cutlets, lightly breaded and fried, Sprouts Hash is filling enough to step roasted hash that requires just minutes here. It only takes two thick slices of
served with red potatoes, braised red cabbage in for less healthy options at your hol- of prep time to cube the veggies, all of bacon, boosted by a little smoked
and a gewrztraminer mushroom sauce. iday table, but broad enough in its which can be done a day in advance. paprika and smoked turmeric (a worthy
appeal to be eaten year-round (OK, so Fans of sweet potatoes love that they splurge if you can find it), to impart a
Schweinshaxe maybe not at your Fourth of July barbe- have a lower glycemic index than their lovely salty-smokiness on the whole
Beer braised pork shank, with whipped potatoes, cue). white counterparts, while fans of bacon dish.
Brussels sprouts and their ever-popu- love that Im not such a stickler for
pork au jus and sauted vegetables. lar companion bacon are teamed up with See HASH, Page 22
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By Susan Cohn


the loveliest and most historic cities in the
United States is Annapolis, Maryland,
incorporated in 1708 and the nations capi-
tal from November 1783 until August 1784.
When visiting the town, and stepping back Scientia Tridens, which means Through
to the 18th century, what could be more Knowledge, Sea Power.
appropriate than listening to all the news WAS HINGTON, FRANKLIN AND
from the Internet of that day a town crier? MARS HALL: GREAT AMERICANS
Criers, dressed in traditional period cloth- AND THE MARYLAND S TATE
ing such as a caped coat, breeches and a HOUSE. The Maryland State House is the
plumed tricorn hat, carry a handbell to oldest state capitol in continuous legisla-
attract peoples attention, as they shout the tive use (since 1772). During the day it
words Oyez, Oyez, Oyez! before making brims with activity, but it may be at its
their announcements. (The word Oyez most evocative when the last person leaves
means hear ye, which is a call for silence and a lone figure stands within a life-size
and attention.) In Annapolis, the official statue of George Washington, posed on the
town crier also serves as a guide to the local spot where, on Dec. 23, 1783, he resigned
sights. his commission to the Continental
EX SCIENTIA TRIDENS: THE UNIT- Congress. Washingtons personal copy of
ED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. Any his resignation speech is on display in the
trip to Annapolis must include a visit to the State House rotunda. On top of the State
United States Naval Academy. NOTE: House is a lightning rod installed just as
Security is very tight at the Academy and instructed by its inventor, Benjamin
visitors should check http://www.usnab- Franklin. On the grounds is a statue of ahead of time to make Maryland native Thurgood Marshall, the
sure they have the right identification. It first African-American U.S. Supreme Court
can be disappointing to be turned away at justice.
the guard station. A variety of walking tours ROOTS IN ANNAPOLIS : THE
are available and add to the enjoyment. KUNTA KINTE-ALEX HALEY MEMO-
Guides talk about midshipmen life and pro- RIAL. Annapolis is closely connected
vide commentary on the major attractions with the immensely popular 1976 book
in the Yard, including Bancroft Hall (the Roots: The Saga of an American Family,
largest single dormitory in the world), written by Alex Haley. Roots tells the story
Memorial Hall, the Statue of Tecumseh, the of Kunta Kinte, an 18th-century African,
Herndon Monument and the Main Chapel. captured as an adolescent, transported on a
Dont miss the Crypt of John Paul Jones, British slave ship to Annapolis in the
Revolutionary War naval hero, whose British colony of Maryland, and sold into
remains were interred beneath the Naval slavery. The story follows his life and the
Academy crypt in 1906 in a ceremony lives of his descendants down to author
presided over by President Theodore Haley. The Kunta Kinte-Alex Haley memori-
Roosevelt. The crypt lighting evokes an al on the Annapolis waterfront portrays
underwater setting. In the deck around the Alex Haley seated, reading a book to three
crypt are inscribed the names of Joness children.
ships: Bonhomme Richard, Alliance, SUSAN COHN/DAILY JOURNAL
Serapis, Ariel, Alfred, Providence and The state of Maryland was named after Annapolis Town Crier Frederick Taylor leads visitors toward the Maryland State House.Taylors
Ranger. As you walk through the campus, Henrietta Maria of France, the queen consort walking tours of the historic Maryland seaport cover 300 years of American history.
look for the famous flags of the U.S. Navy of England, Scotland and Ireland as the wife is based on the coat of arms of the Calvert
and captured flags from enemy ships. By of King Charles I. family.
common consent, the most famous, dis- Maryland is the only state in the United AND REMEMBER: When youre travel- Susan Cohn is a member of the North American
played in Memorial Hall, is the Dont Give States whose judges wear red robes. ing, you are what you are right there and Travel Journalists Association, Bay Area Travel
Up the Ship flag flown by Commodore Writers, and the International Food, Wine & Travel
The Maryland State flag is the only state then. People dont have your past to hold Writers Association. She may be reached at
Oliver Hazard Perry at the Battle of Lake flag to be based on English heraldry. The against you. No yesterdays on the road. More of her stories
Erie on Sept. 10, 1813. Oh, and did you black and gold design on the quartered flag William Least Heat Moon. may be found at
know? ... The academys Latin motto is Ex cohn.

Cauliflower with sesame drizzle a new and simple side dish

By Katie Workman ing at those stoic spheres as we do with our out of the oven. 2 tablespoons untoasted sesame seeds
proteins, right? (optional)
So off we go, on the hunt for a new and CAULIFLOWER WITH SESAME DRIZZLE Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper to
simple side dish. This is definitely one to taste
Start to finish: 30 to 35 minutes 2 tablespoons soy sauce
Food writers (and I include myself) are keep in mind when youre making a stir fry
often talking about what new things you or other Asian-influenced dish. Its espe- Serves 4 1 tablespoon toasted sesame oil
can do with that package of chicken breasts cially useful since you can make the drizzle 1 large (1 3/4 pound) head cauliflower (or 1 teaspoon honey
or that pound of ground beef to get out of ahead of time, pop the vegetable in the substitute the same amount of broccoli 1 teaspoon Sriracha sauce
the same-old, same-old cooking rut. But we oven, and get to work at the stove making heads) Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Cut the
might not spend enough time talking about the rest of the meal. The cauliflower or broc- 2 tablespoons olive oil cauliflower into florets. Place the cauli-
what to do with that head of cauliflower or coli needs no attention as it roasts, only the Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper to
broccoli. We can all feel as uninspired look- sound of the buzzer to remind you to take it taste See SIDE, Page 22

ting out pictures of and seeing films with father, whose identity he doesnt know, is Indeed, the last 15 minutes are undeniably

Continued from page 19
her favorite silent movie star Lillian
Mayhew (Julianne Moore).
Meanwhile, in 1977, where every color
tied to a book store in New York City. And
Rose sees that Lillian is set to perform in a
play in the city. And both non-hearing kids
moving. Getting there, however earnest a
journey it may be, is a bit of a tedious exer-
cise punctuated by moments of humor and
seems to have a dusty brown undertone, Ben set out in their respective times to the big joy and beauty.
(Oakes Fegley, who also starred in last sum- city to find what theyre looking for, and Still, for a kid in this age of digital
Simmonds, is deaf. We see her world in find peace at the American Museum of devices and content disconnected from
black and white and without sounds. Carter mers Petes Dragon) is having night-
Natural History. experience, Wonderstruck could be its
Burwells beautiful score is our only respite mares and missing his mother (Michelle
own sort of treasure a call to explore the
from complete silence. And while things are Williams), a local Minnesota librarian who The 1977 thread definitely plays second real world, to submit to the magic of muse-
pretty as a picture an intentionally artifi- died recently in a car accident. He carries fiddle to the sumptuous and storybook-like ums and the enchantment of a beautiful
cial rendering of that time Rose is in around a folded up copy of the newspaper saga of Rose in 1927, which is in no small book.
agony and unable to hear or communicate clipping in his pocket. He is also isolated part due to Simmonds deeply moving per- Wonderstruck, an Amazon Studios and
with others except with a notepad. She from the world around him, and will become formance. Together, though, it feels at Roadside Attractions release, is rated PG by
doesnt talk, and hasnt yet been taught even more so when he suffers an accident times like a stitched together Frankenstein the Motion Picture Association of America
sign language. While she oscillates and loses his hearing too. of a film a grand idea that never quite for for thematic elements and smoking.
between frustration and annoyance with Both children are destined for an adven- comes together until its forced to in the Running time: 117 minutes. Three stars out
those around her, she finds some joy in cut- ture soon. Ben finds a clue that perhaps his very final moments. of four.

HASH ROASTED SWEET 1/2 cup whole garlic cloves, peeled bles are coated evenly with olive oil and
2 thick-cut slices bacon, cut into 1/2-inch spices. Cover a baking sheet with parchment
POTATO AND BRUSSELS HASH pieces paper and spread the mixture out into a single
Start to Finish: 40 minutes. 1 tablespoon olive oil layer. Bake until sweet potato, Brussels
Continued from page 20 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar sprouts and garlic are tender and golden
Yield: 6 servings
1/2 teaspoon smoked paprika brown, about 30 minutes, stirring halfway
Garlic cloves roast up into mellow creamy 3/4 pound medium-sized Brussels sprouts, 1/4 teaspoon smoked turmeric (optional) through cook time. Sprinkle with fresh herbs
pods of flavor while tart apple cubes add a trimmed and halved, about 2 cups 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt if desired and serve.
welcomed touch of acidity. The hash is meant 1 medium sweet potato, peeled and cut into chopped fresh chives and rosemary for gar- Nutrition information per serving: 114
to be a plug-and-play recipe swap out 3/4-inch cubes, about 11/2 cups nish (optional) calories; 36 calories from fat; 4 g fat (1 g sat-
ingredients as you wish but this combina- 1 medium granny smith (or other tart) Preheat the oven to 400 F. In a large bowl, urated; 0 g trans fats); 3 mg cholesterol; 242
tion is exactly right, so you may find your- apple, peeled and cut into 3/4-inch cubes, mix together all the ingredients except the mg sodium; 18 g carbohydrate; 3 g fiber; 5 g
self making this version over and over. about 1 cup chives and rosemary, and stir until vegeta- sugar; 3 g protein.

sprinkle with salt and pepper. Roast for become golden; dont let them get too the top with sesame seeds, if desired, and
about 25 minutes, until crisp-tender and brown. Transfer them to a plate. serve hot or warm.
browned at the edges. In a small bowl, combine the soy sauce,
sesame oil, honey and Sriracha sauce. When Nutrition information per serving: 145
Continued from page 21 Meanwhile, if you are using the sesame the cauliflower is roasted, transfer it to a calories; 87 calories from fat; 10 g fat (1 g
seeds, heat a skillet over medium heat. Add serving platter and drizzle the sauce over it saturated; 0 g trans fats); 0 mg cholesterol;
flower on a rimmed baking sheet and drizzle the sesame seeds and stir frequently for (or pass the sauce on the side for everyone 490 mg sodium; 12 g carbohydrate; 4 g
with the olive oil. Toss well, and then about 1 or 2 minutes, until they start to to drizzle over their own portion). Sprinkle fiber; 6 g sugar; 5 g protein.
dents who list their properties on the issue, noted Brownrigg, due to
Calendar short-term rental market. Its very
expensive to live here and that is a way
people are surviving.
Burlingames Measure T which pre-
vents the City Council from imple-
menting policies affecting the rental
FRIDAY, OCT. 20 Come early for refreshments and Continued from page 1
Housing Leadership Day. 8:30 a.m. socializing. For more information call As officials examine laying the housing market.
to 4:30 p.m. College Of San Mateo, 952-9074. groundwork for establishing regula- Brownrigg suggested that requesting
1700 W. Hillsdale Blvd., San Mateo. In regards to commercial linkage tions, Colson suggested a complaint- developers build below-market rate
Cost is $65-$80. For more informa- Affordable Housing fees or payments from builders cre-
tion call 204-5634. Opportunities and Policies in based system in which neighbors look units may be a more effective and
Burlingame. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ating more work spaces Brownrigg to code enforcement officers for immediate means of rectifying the
Tai Chi. 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. 610 Elm St., Discussion on affordable housing, suggested the money should be used to
San Carlos. Free and open to the opportunities, policies and renter addressing risky or inappropriate liv- affordability crisis than officials wait-
public. For more information call protections. Meets in upper level generate a sustainable renter support ing situations may work best. ing to collect sufficient fees to address
591-0341. conference room. For more informa- fund. the issue.
tion call 430-2073. It is common for neighbors of prop-
Establishing a pool from which
Hillsdale Mall Senior Walkers. 9:30 erties listed on short-term rental web- But the voter-approved initiative
a.m. to 10:15 a.m. 60 E. 31st Ave., San Mary Kay Makeovers. 11 a.m. to 1 those facing eviction may seek rental
Mateo. Meet next to Forever 21. p.m. South San Francisco Main sites to file complaints against the precludes councilmembers from pursu-
assistance, subsidizing preservation
Walking with the group is free. For Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South occupants who may be loud, disre- ing such mandates, so Brownrigg said
more information call 703-4678. San Francisco. Learn about types of or maintenance program for affordably
products, application techniques spectful or take up limited street park- officials may wish to amend for sake of
priced units and leveraging the sum to
Using Workshop. and more. For more information and ing spaces. clarification the measure to give coun-
10:15 a.m. South San Francisco Main sign-ups call 829-3860. work alongside regional nonprofit
Colson and Brownrigg though cilmembers greater flexibility.
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South organizations were among the poten-
San Francisco. For more information Spanish Book Club. 11 a.m. Grand
tial uses identified by councilmem- agreed officials should not seek regula- Kane, according to video of the
call 829-3860. Avenue Library, 306 Walnut Ave., tions so aggressive that those on the meeting, said officials need to move
South San Francisco. For more infor- bers.
BoLaG Holiday Boutique. 11 a.m. to mation call 829-3860. The discussion was the first in a short-term rental market need to start sensitively around matters of afford-
7 p.m. 1930 Stockbridge Ave.,
series expected by councilmembers pay transient occupancy tax. able construction for fear of violating
Redwood City. Shop for handmade Many Roads to Redwood City. 1
gifts, accessories, decor and decora- p.m. 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. beginning to assess the fund and set a We dont see this as a lucrative the measure passed in 1987.
tions. Free. For more information call Panel discussion focused on how
direction for its allocation. money-making venture, said Colson, We dont want to run afoul of
(415) 309-2064. people from all over the world have
settled in the city. Free. For more In a study session prior to the regular of the citys opportunity to capitalize Measure T, said Kane.
Finding Free Photos and Graphics. information call 299-0104.
meeting, officials also took a crack at on the industry. In the meantime, Brownrigg said
4 p.m. South San Francisco Main Mayor Ricardo Ortiz disagreed and officials should also seek details about
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South Make and Take: Paper Circuitry. examining short-term rental policy.
San Francisco. Learn about basic 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. South San The discussion attempted to identify suggested he believed the most equi- strategies which could allow alloca-
design manipulation. For more infor- Francisco Main Library, 840 W. table solution is taxing those who rent tion of a portion of the linkage fees to
mation call 829-3860. Orange Ave., South San Francisco. suitable regulations for the industry
Make electronic notebooks and illu- driven by Airbnb and other websites their home similarly to the citys begin addressing affordability con-
Art Guild of Pacificas 59th Annual minating greeting cards. For more thriving hotel industry. cerns in the near term.
Members Show Opening. 7 p.m. to information call 829-3860. offering visitors a place to stay for up
9 p.m. Sanchez Art Center, 1220 to one month. We have to make sure everyone is How do we invest this money in a
Linda Mar Blvd., Pacifica. For more The Fourth Korean Culture Festival on a level playing field, he said. way that makes a difference? he
information call 355-1894. in City of Millbrae. 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 Councilwoman Donna Colson said
p.m. 1 Library Ave., Millbrae. Free. For officials are seeking to strike the Looking ahead, officials directed asked.
Norwegian Heritage Night. 7 p.m. more information call 689-5769. appropriate delicate balance between City Attorney Kathleen Kane to return With an understanding more work
to 9 p.m. Highlands Community
Club, 1665 Fernside St., Redwood Annie The Broadway Musical. 2 monitoring the market to preserve in the coming weeks with the outlines needs to be done to clarify the City
City. A soup supper and Norwegian p.m. Carlmont Performing Arts neighborhood character and high qual- of policies which may appropriately Councils direction, Brownrigg antici-
desserts will be available. For more Center, 1400 Alameda de las Pulgas,
information call 851-1463. Belmont. Cost $17 to $22. For more ity of life while also respecting pri- begin to rein in the currently unregu- pates ongoing dialogue is in order in
information call 332-4625. vate property rights. lated industry. the coming weeks and months.
Annie The Broadway Musical. I dont think we want to restrict Legal challenges also sit in the way This was just kicking off the con-
7:30 p.m. Carlmont Performing Arts Robot Fest. 2 p.m. Grand Avenue
Center, 1400 Alameda de las Pulgas, Library, 306 Walnut Ave., South San those people, said Colson, of resi- of officials as they examine the fee versation, he said.
Belmont. Cost $17 to $22. For more Francisco. IPads and laptops provid-
information call 332-4625. ed during this robot play workshop.

For more information call 829-3860. rarely sticking in one spot for long. kung pao dish in stock simmered for
Chocolate Fest 2017. 7:30 p.m. to The two met 35 years ago at a cook- five hours prior to frying.
10 p.m. 751 Alameda de las Pulgas. Financial Fitness: Building Wealth
Proceeds go to benefit outreach and Asset Accumulation. 2 p.m. ing institute in China. Wang has since With an understanding that Royal
projects in the community. For more Grand Avenue Library, 306 Walnut traded in the tools of his former trade to Feast features many options unfamiliar
information contact danielle_cham- Ave., South San Francisco. For more Continued from page 1 run the front of the house, but still con- to most Peninsula diners, the restaura- information call 829-3860.
tributes to food preparation when the teurs recommend novices lean heavily
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley TheatreWorks Silicon Valley Gourmand award from the prestigious
Presents The Prince of Egypt. 8 Presents The Prince of Egypt. 2 restaurant is full. on the expertise of servers to select an
p.m. Mountain View Center for the p.m. Mountain View Center for the dining guide Michelin for high quality Since immigrating stateside, the two appealing option.
Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., food at a low price, making the small
Mountain View. $40-$100. For more helped launch a restaurant in Albany, It is a big challenge for local people
Mountain View. $40-$100. For more establishment one of only four new
information call 463-1960. information call 463-1960. California, prior to moving on to to recognize and accept the taste, said
additions to the Bay Area list of this Fresno. They were compelled to return Liu.
An Original Play: The Untold Spooky Balloon Making. 2:30 p.m years prizewinners. The other local
Story of Docktown. 8 p.m. to 9:30 to 3:30 p.m. South San Francisco to the Bay Area after droves of visitors A balanced order may include kung
p.m. Docktown 1548 Maple St., Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., award winners were Pausa in San would take the long trek to the Central pao chicken, braised shrimp with egg
Redwood City. Original play devised South San Francisco. Simple shapes Mateo, Vesta in Redwood City and
by Fuse Theatre in collaboration will be demonstrated. For more infor- Valley to savor their rare fare. and Napa cabbage soup, creamy and
with the residents of the Docktown mation call 829-3860. wonderful in Millbrae. Sichuan is different from the Chinese crispy shrimp, as well as Napa cabbage
community. Cost $15. For more infor- The driving force behind Royal cuisine with which many are familiar,
mation contact Oktoberfest 2017. 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and bean curd salad plus a serving of the
Devils Canyon Brewery, 935 Feasts appeal since its March opening as it focuses on accentuating spice
is chef Zhongyi Liu, an internally Sichuan style dumplings, according to
Washington St., San Carlos. For more from the Sichuan pepper as well as pun-
Send In The Clowns This Friday information call 207-1308. renowned and classically trained mas- the founders. The menu includes spe-
Night. 10:30 p.m. Dragon
gent flavors founded on garlic and gin- cialties such as kung pao lobster and
Productions Theatre, 2120 Rocktoberfest 2017. 6:30 p.m. to ter specializing in crafting traditional ger mixed with hints of salty, sweet and
Broadway, Redwood City. Admission 10:30 p.m. National Center for Equine Sichuan Chinese fare. crab curry for seafood lovers.
Assisted Therapy, 880 Runnymede smoky.
is $20. For more information call 493- Liu, whose prestigious career In recognizing that everybody may
2006. Road, Woodside. Food, wine, beer and The result is a mix of dishes bright
music. Fundraiser for children, teens includes representing China in the not be comfortable some of the things
and brazen in flavor while preserving a
SATURDAY, OCT. 21 and young adults with learning diffi- international gastronomic challenge light and complex appeal, apart from on his menu, Liu invited newcomers to
From Inspiration to Publication. culties. Hosted by the Childrens
10 a.m. 441 Seaport Court, Redwood Health Council. $150. Available for Bocuse dOr in 1999, launched the the overwhelmingly sweet, often deep the restaurant with serene and supreme
City. Amazon bestseller Nina Amir ages 21 and up. For more informa- restaurant with his co-founder Jian fried and potent offerings favored by confidence that he can prepare some-
shares seven steps to realizing your tion call 617-3857.
dream of authorship. Free for first-
Wang after building a regional attrac- some local establishments. thing for everybody.
time attendees. Cost $5 to $15 for Good Craic for a Good Cause. 7:30 tion in Fresno. Liu said his meals are differentiated We will offer a personal touch, he
students, members and non-mem- p.m. Odd Fellows Historic Lodge, 526 He was also once executive chef at
Main St., Half Moon Bay. Evening of from the many other competitors in said.
bers. For more information contact electric music featuring Mo Beijings Grand Hotel, where he pre- Millbrae due largely to his timing and
Robinson, Dave Minton and Claudine pared food for global dignitaries. But
Schwarz (The Shanachies). For more technique, which includes seeping pro- Go to roy for
STEAM Fest. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. the Michelin award is the first of its
Burlingame Public Library, 480 information call 350-0425. teins such as the chicken used for his more information.
Primrose Road, Burlingame. kind for Liu, who refuses to
Presentations, workshops and Burlingame High School Fall
Musical: My Favorite Year. 7:30 allow the notoriety to spoil A
hands-on activities for all ages. For
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104 Training 110 Employment

The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi-
fieds will not be responsible for more
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia-
bility shall be limited to the price of one Omelagah Redwood City has sev-
insertion. No allowance will be made for eral positions available Direct Support
Professional errors not materially affecting the value
of the ad. All error claims must be sub-
Professional, Direct Care Staff for indi-
viduals with developmental disabilities.
Call for Pay and Hours 650-669-8444
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis-
ing conditions, please ask for a Rate


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The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking
Omelagah, Inc. is a family-owned human services SALES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales for ambitious interns who are eager to
Representative needed to sell newspa- jump into the business arena with both
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per print and web advertising and event of the newspaper and media industries.
community-based support services to individuals with marketing solutions. To apply, please call This position will provide valuable
650-344-5200 and send resume to experience for your bright future.
developmental disabilities. Email resume

Direct Support Professional. Redwood City, CA

Weekday and/or weekend shifts $13.00 - $15.00 per hour. GREAT OPPORTuNITy
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for a carpet/upholstery and water
Direct Care Staff, San Mateo County
Weekday and/or weekend. $13.00 - $15.00 per hour. Work with
damage technician.
individuals with disabilities in 1:1 setting in their home and $18-$22 hourly plus bonuses, tips
community. and more.
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(within one year); Ability to pass fingerprint background check (Child No license required. Must be able
Abuse Index, Criminal Record Clearance); Strong interpersonal skills
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and others in a positive and constructive manner.
Call Dave 650-773-4117.
Please send resume & cover letter to: or (650) 669-8444

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The Daily Journal is looking for in-
The best career seekers terns to do entry level reporting, re-
read the Daily Journal. search, updates of our ongoing fea-
tures and interviews. Photo interns al-
so welcome.
We will help you recruit qualified, talented
individuals to join your company or organization. We expect a commitment of four to
eight hours a week for at least four
OPEN POSITIONS The Daily Journals readership covers a wide
months. The internship is unpaid, but
intelligent, aggressive and talented in-
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Breakfast Cook (HOT043ZL) paid correspondents and full-time re-
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t4USPOHQSFTFOUBUJPOTLJMMT The following person is doing business
as: Salon Stilo, 1200 Howard Ave., Suite
105, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Regis-
t&FDUJWFUJNFNBOBHFNFOUTLJMMT tered Owner: Fabulaos, CA. The busi-
ness is conducted by a Corporation.
business under their FBN on March 1,
/s/Mirra Raxakoul/
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 9/21/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
9/29/17, 10/6/17, 10/13/17, 10/20/17).
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203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 300 Toys 304 Furniture 310 Misc. For Sale
FICTITIOuS BuSINESS NAME FICTITIOuS BuSINESS NAME ROLLERBLADES, GOOD condition. RETRO HuTCH Needs refinishing other- SILK SAREE 6 yards new nice color.for
NOTICE OF PuBLIC STATEMENT #275260 STATEMENT #275139 Size 10 $25 OBO. Please call (650)745- wise good condition. Top detaches from $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
HEARING AND The following person is doing business The following person is doing business 6309 bottom $25. (650)712-9962 formation.
as: M-A Girls Water Polo Team, 555 Mid- as: Iris Soul Healing, 1646 Roberta
OPPORTuNITy TO dlefield Road, ATHERTON, CA 94027. Drive, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Regis- STAR WARS one 4 orange card ac- SEWING STORAGE cabinet, Custom SINK, 33X22 Top mount with faucet,
COMMENT, The State Wa- Registered Owner: Laurie Knox, 1870 tered Owner: Dharma Enterprises, LLC, tion figure, Momaw Nadon (Hammer- made wood perfect condition $75. $15.00 (650)544-5306
ter Resources Control Oakdell Drive, Menlo Park, CA 94025. CA. The business is conducted by a head). $8 Steve (650)518-6614 (650)483-1222
Limited Liability Company. The regis- SuITCASE, GREEN, hard-side, 21x15,
Board will receive written The business is conducted by an Indi- trants commenced to transact business STAR WARS Celebration 3 Darth Vader SHELF RuBBER maid new $20.00 good condition, photo available, $15.
comments and hold a public vidual. The registrants commenced to under their FBN on 07/09/2017. $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 contact joe (650)573-5269 (650)392-4841
transact business under their FBN on /s/Nathalia Napralla/
hearing to receive oral com- 10/10/2017. This statement was filed with the Asses- SOFA BED Recliner (double), beige, 76"
ments on the Draft Amend- /s/Laurie Knox/ sor-County Clerk on 9/29/2017. (Pub- 302 Antiques Good condition. $50 Call 650.952.3466
SuITCASES (2), BLUE, hard-side,
24x16 and 26x18. Photo available.
ments and Draft Staff Re- This statement was filed with the Asses- lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
HEIRLOOM 1920 hand quilted bed- $35 for both. (650)392-4841
sor-County Clerk on 10/10/2017. (Pub- 10/20/17, 10/27/17, 11/3/17, 11/10/17). SOLID WOOD Entertainment Center-
port, including Substitute lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, spread. 96" sq. Grandma's Garden pat- TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
Environmental Documenta- tern, 2 scalloped edges. $99. 650-556- SuITCASES (2), teal, soft-side, 25x17
10/13/17, 10/20/17, 10/27/17, 11/3/17). Speakers, Sony 26 Smart T.V.(68.75 in. and 29x19. Like new. Photo available.
tion, for the Water Quality 9708 X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o $40 for both. (650)392-4841
Control Plan for Enclosed 210 Lost & Found (925)482-5742
FICTITIOuS BuSINESS NAME MAHOGANy ANTIquE Secretary desk, TAyLOR-TOT(1947) My First Ride $20
Bays and Estuaries: Sedi- STATEMENT #275011 FOuND: KEyS at Westwood Park in 72 x 40 , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- TWIN BED, mattress, box spring, frame (415)269-4784
ment Quality Provisions. Redwood City, off of Fernside. Call to elled glass, $300. (650)766-3024 $ 50. (650)598-9804.
The following person is doing business
The Sediment Quality Pro- claim (650)714-8893 uNIDEN HARLEy Davidson Gas Tank
as: Carol Orton Travel, 1895 White Oak uSED BEDROOM Furniture, FREE. Call phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
visions include application Drive, MENLO PARK, CA 94025. Regis- 303 Electronics (650)573-7381.
tered Owner: Carol Orton, same ad- LOST CAT. Black and White. Black
and implementation of the patch on right eye. REWARD. ANTARES DOLLARS Bill Changer ma- WALL uNIT/ROOM Divider. Simple
dress. The business is conducted by an 275 gallons. 48" x 46" x 39" $225.
sediment quality objective Individual. The registrants commenced Call (323) 439-7713. chines never used for small bus. $95 lines. Breaks down for transportation. (650)771-6324
protecting benthic commun- (650)992-4544. $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
to transact business under their FBN on
ities from direct exposure to OCT 2012. Books WALNuT CHEST, small (4 drawer with 311 Musical Instruments
/s/Carol Orton/ BLAuPuNKT AM/FM/CD Radio and Re-
pollutants in sediments, and JAMES PATTERSON hardback books. ceiver with Detachable Face asking upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
This statement was filed with the Asses-
application and implemen- sor-County Clerk on 9/18/2017. (Publish- 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861 $100. (650)593-4490 WOOD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
BALDWIN SPINET Piano. Very good
condition. $95. (650)342-9834.
tation of the sediment quali- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, KINDLE FIRE 8 in. Case and Charger
17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
ty objective protecting hu- 10/13/17, 10/20/17, 10/27/17, 11/3/17). NICHOLAS SPARKS hardback books.
2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861 incl. 64 gig $75 Jeff 650-208-5758 WOODEN BED frame, single or 3/4 size. CHROMATIC HARMONICA: Horner
man consumers of resident over 100 years Very good condition. $20. The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
MOTOROLA BRAVO MB 520 (android (650)278-5776.
sportfish from contaminants FICTITIOuS BuSINESS NAME quALITy BOOKS used and rare. World
4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD
& US History and classic American nov-
that bioaccumulate from STATEMENT #275249 els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 card Belmont (650)595-8855
sediment into fish tissue. The following person is doing business 306 Housewares EXCELLENT VIOLIN, previously owned,
The public hearing will be as: Hasoob Labs, 12 Woodhill Drive, V.LOGVINOV, uNuSuAL Journey to the ONKyO AV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital first violinist SF Symphony, Mellow
REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. Registered Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus- Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, CARPET 10 X 14 Area Rug peach (ny- sound. Dated 1894. $5,500/best offer.
held on December 5, 2017, Owner: Basil Hashem, same address. sian, 104 p $25 650-638-1695 Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 lon) good cond. $99 (415)990-6134 (415)751-2416
at 1001 I St., Sacramento, The business is conducted by an Indi-
vidual. The registrants commenced to SAMSuNG FLAT TV 20" COMPLETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor FENDER MuSTANG I guitar amplifier
CA and will begin at 9:30 294 Baby Stuff VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, 70 watts 8-guitar settings.with cover.
a.m. Written comments are transact business under their FBN on
07/01/2017. 20-pieces in original box, never used. $80. 650-421-5469
due December 14, 2017 by FISHER-PRICE HEALTHy Care booster SONy DETACHABLE set :3cd /fm/am $250 per box (3 boxes available).
/s/Basil Hashem/ seat - $5 (650)592-5864. double tape. exc cond. $70 (415)231- FENDER MuSTANG ll guitar amplifier
12:00 p.m. Please see the This statement was filed with the Asses- (650)342-5630
4825 110 watts 8-guitar settings, with cover.
link for information, docu- sor-County Clerk on 10/10/2017. (Pub-
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 296 Appliances CRySTAL (LEADED glass) lamp $30. $130.00 650-421-5469
ments, and the process for 10/13/17, 10/20/17, 10/27/17, 11/3/17). 304 Furniture Can send picture. 650-464-7860
HuGE LuDWIG Drum Set Silver Sparkle
submitting comments: 1960'S AVOCADO Osterizer blender
FIREPLACE CANDELABRA with 5 bat- & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
excellent condition $20.00 (650)596- ANTIquE DINING table for six people 0513 with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
tery-operated candles $30.00, 415-990- Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $4,300
gov/water_issues/pro- FICTITIOuS BuSINESS NAME 6134 (650)369-8013.
grams/bptcp/sediment.shtm The following person is doing business AIR CONDITIONER 10000 BTU w/re- ANTIquE MOHAGANy Bookcase. Four PIANO, 42" console Beautiful Cond.
l or contact Chris Beegan at as: CrossPond Law, 3705 Haven Ave- mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. 308 Tools FREE 650-678-2557.
brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
916-341-5912 (Chris.Bee- nue, Suite 111, MENLO PARK, CA
0898 ARMCHAIR GOOD condition $55. 650- CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" PIANO, uPRIGHT, in excellent condi- 94025. Registered Owner: Brian Alan 266-3184. dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769
Schar, 720 Laurel Avenue, Menlo Park,
Check the website for up- CA 94025. The business is conducted
AIR CONDITIONER, Portable, 14,000
BARzILAy RECORD - fine walnut cre- uPRIGHT PIANO. In tune. Fair condi-
BTU, Commercial Cool model ROCKWELL ROuTER with 6 blades-
dates and more information, by an Individual. The registrants com- CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces- denza, 72 x 14.5H. $100. 650-804- very good condition $20 (650)992-8321 tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886.
as these dates are subject menced to transact business under their sories plus remote included. 3947. Menlo Park.
FBN on N/A. ROuTER TABLE ryobi $ 99. like new yAMAHA ACOuSTIC Guitar, model
to change. 20 x 16-5/8 x 33-1/2 $245 OBO. BEIGE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition (650)573-5269 FG830 electric. $400.00 650-421-5469
/s/Brian Schar/ (650)345-1835
10/20/17 This statement was filed with the Asses- (650) 315-2319
CNS-3061894# sor-County Clerk on 10/12/2017. (Pub- SHOPSMITH MARK V 50th Anniversary 312 Pets & Animals
COLEMAN LXE Roadtrip Grill - BRAND NEW Japanese Cotton Futton- most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
SAN MATEO DAILy lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 Twin Size 72x40x5-$99 (650)504-0585
JOuRNAL 10/13/17, 10/20/17, 10/27/17, 11/3/17). (650)918-9847 (650)839-1064. AIRLINE CARRIER for cats, pur. from
VINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
ELECTRIC STOVE From Sears CARPET RuNNER: 16ft.X26 Wide. Col- 1947. $60. (650)245-7517 (505)228-1480 local.
FICTITIOuS BuSINESS NAME Excellent Condition $225 or: floral design. good condition
STATEMENT #275094 Please Call (650)244-9267 $45.00. (650)266-3184 VINTAGE SHOPSMITH and BAND ONE KENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
The following person is doing business SAW, good shape. $300/obo. Call mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
as: San Bruno Seoul Korean BBQ, 1610 GOOD MICROWAVE 1100 watt $40 Da- COAT/HAT STAND, solid wood, for your (650)342-6993 (650)593-2066
El Camino Real, SAN BRUNO, CA ly City (415) 231-4825. mountain cabin/house. $25. (650)520-
94066. Registered Owner: Black Sheep 7045 PARROT CAGE, Steel, Large - approx
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Food Corporation, CA. The business is GRAIN MILL, Country Living, Like New 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
STATEMENT #275055 conducted by a Corporation. The regis- $30.00 (650)697-6763 COMMODE, GOOD condition. $20 obo. WOOD BOTTOM hand planes . Good offer. (650)245-4084
The following person is doing business trants commenced to transact business Please call (650)745-6309 workers. $25 each. Call (650)339-3672
as: Local Plumbing Co., 1904 Bayview
MFG H20LABS Model 300 exc cond PET CARRIER for small dog or cat in ex-
under their FBN on 10/10/2017. counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. X-ACTO DELuXE Complete woodcarv- cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349-
Ave, BELMONT, CA 94002. Registered /s/Kerry Chan Laddaran/ COMPuTER SWIVEL CHAIR. Padded
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 ing set-new $15 (650)992-8321 6059
Owner: Gary R. Lachine, same address. This statement was filed with the Asses- PRESTO PRESSuRE Canner and
The business is conducted by an Indi- sor-County Clerk on 9/25/2017. (Publish-
vidual. The registrants commenced to ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Cooker Good Condition $25.00.
DESK, GD. cond. $99.99 or b.o. 309 Office Equipment PET TAXI Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux
Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for
transact business under their FBN on (650)458-3578
10/13/17, 10/20/17, 10/27/17, 11/3/17). LAPTOP CASE or bag. Black. Like new. $25. Call (650)349-6059.
06/01/2016. REFRIGERATOR COMPACT made by
/s/Gary Lachine/ Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564.
emerson $25.00 good shape joe 650 DINETTE TABLE, 3 adjustable leaf.$30.
This statement was filed with the Asses- FICTITIOuS BuSINESS NAME 573 5269 (650) 756-9516.Daly City.
316 Clothes
sor-County Clerk on 9/22/2017. (Publish- STATEMENT #275275 310 Misc. For Sale
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, DINING TABLE (36"x54") and 4 match- 5 BOXES male & female square dance
9/29/17, 10/6/17, 10/13/17, 10/20/17). The following person is doing business ROOM HEATER Electric 1320 Watts, Ar-
as: SF Bay Electrolysis, 325 Sharon Park vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5. ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for 500-600 BIG Band-era 78's--most mint, clothing. Excellent Condition. As a
Drive, Ste D4, MENLO PARK, CA (650)952-3500 $250 .(650)-654-1930. no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 bunch $200 Maryann 650-574-4439.
FICTITIOuS BuSINESS NAME 94025. Registered Owner: Misty Stalley
Boyle, 1635 Sierra Street, Redwood City, SEWING MACHINE-ROyAL XL 6000 DRESSER 4-DRAWER in Belmont for BIFOLD SHuTTERS 2x28x79 $10.00 FAuX FuR Coat Woman's brown multi
STATEMENT #275082 (650)544-5306 color in excellent condition 3/4
The following person is doing business CA 94061. The business is conducted Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. $75. Good condition; good for children.
as: Atlas Hotel, 322 Grand Ave, SOUTH by an Individual. The registrants com- (650)342-8436. Call (650)678-8585 length $50 (650)692-8012
BOBBy HuLL Hockey Game Great
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. Regis- menced to transact business under their Cont. ,1960s $50 (415)269-4784
tered Owner: Aiqbal Holdings LLC, CA. SEWING MACHINE: Older Singer Porta- DRESSER- ART Deco. 54wide 34 tall GENuINE LADIES Mink Fur Jacket,
FBN on N/A. 22deep. $150. (650)888-2662. $100.00 Call: 650-368-0748.
The business is conducted by a Limited /s/Misty Stalley Boyle/ ble sewing machine. Works great.
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ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, VICKS WARM Vaporizer Like New DRESSER-ART DECO. Heavy Glass.
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The following person is doing business Registered Owner: Elizabeth Banks, NIKE AIR shoes, white, size 10, hardly
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as: Bullseye Signs, 48 Laurel St., RED- 1805 East Bayshore Rd. #144, East Palo dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
WOOD CITY, CA 94064. Registered Alto, CA 94303. The business is con- 297 Bicycles Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. los
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FICTITIOuS BuSINESS NAME STATEMENT #275063 298 Collectibles IKEA TABLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. SAMSONITE 26" tan hard-sided suit 15 SF Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds,
Jeff Kent, JT Snow. 6' x 2.5' Unused. $4
STATEMENT #275204 The following person is doing business $ 30. (650)598-9804. case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
BILLy DEE Williams autographed Star $45. (650)328-6709 each. $35 all. (650)588-1946 San Bruno
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as: Cocos House Cleaning, 15 Mulberry Wars action figure: Lando Calrissian, LEATHER SECTIONAL sofa with otto-
East Bayshore Rd., EAST PALO ALTO, man. Like brand new! $300.
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tered Owner: Socorro Arali Quezada, 6614 (650) 861-2411.
Banks, same address. The business is
same address. The business is conduct- conducted by an Individual. The regis-
ed by an Individual. The registrants FRAMED LEBRON James painting, LOVE SEAT, Upholstered pale yellow
commenced to transact business under
trants commenced to transact business 25"x21"; $99-will text photo; 650-591- floral $99. (650)574-4021
their FBN on N/A. under their FBN on 9/22/17. 9769, San Carlos
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Fictitious Business Name Statements,
Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, 299 Computers OFFICE TyPE 34"X 60" heavy solid
wood with formica wood grain top $25
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, RECORDABLE CD-R 74, Sealed, Unop-
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318 Sports Equipment Garage Sales 470 Rooms 620 Automobiles 630 Trucks & SuVs 670 Auto Service
BOW FLEX Max Trainer M-3-Very Good CHEVy HHR 08 - Grey, spunky car 96 FORD F-150 5-spd trans, 6-cylinder
Condition, Like New, Assembled, Paid HuGE GARAGE/ HIP HOuSING
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Trump on his Puerto Rico response: Id say it was a 10

By Darene Superville I would give a 10, he repeated.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS During a visit to Puerto Rico earlier this
month to survey damage, Trump compared
WASHINGTON President Donald Trump what happened there to a real catastrophe
gave himself a 10 on Thursday for his like Hurricane Katrina, which struck New
response to the widespread devastation Orleans in 2005, killing hundreds when
Puerto Rico suffered after back-to-back hur- levees broke and flooded the city. Trumps
ricanes created a situation that the islands comment was interpreted by some as mini-
governor described as catastrophic as he mizing Puerto Ricos suffering at a time
met with Trump at the White House. when residents were struggling to get food
More than 80 percent of households in and clean drinking water, and coping with-
Puerto Rico remain without electricity out electricity.
about a month after Hurricane Maria, the Seated beside Trump, Rossello tried to
second storm, dealt the island a severe strike an upbeat note despite saying its a
blow. Asked when the 3.4 million U.S. citi- catastrophic situation in Puerto Rico. But
zens living there could expect power to be he said, We are going to beat this. We
fully restored, Trump replied: Its a very, know were going to build better than
very good question, actually. before, he said.
Trump said it will take a while to build a Rossello has been supportive of Trump,
new power plant or substantially renovate saying again Thursday that every request
what was damaged by the storms. The presi- hes made of the president has been
dent said most of the power that exists is answered. The governor, who also met with
being supplied by the massive numbers key lawmakers on Capitol Hill, said Trump
of generators he sent to the island. has been clear that no U.S. citizen will be
REUTERS left behind.
Theres never been a case where power
plants were gone, Trump said, seated Donald Trump speaks during his meeting with Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello in the Members of Congress from both parties
alongside Gov. Ricardo Rossello in the Oval Office of the White House. have criticized the response to Puerto Rico
Oval Office. So its going to be a period of it was probably the most difficult when Katrina, it was, in many ways, worse than as lackluster compared to the administra-
time before the electric is restored. you talk about relief, when you talk about anything people have ever seen. tions reaction after hurricanes in Houston
Trump was also asked by a reporter to search, when you talk about all the different Trump said the administration had per- and parts of Louisiana, and later in Florida.
rate, on a scale of 1 to 10, the White House levels, and even when you talk about lives sonnel nearby before the storm hit, ready to The mayor of San Juan has also been a
response to Puerto Rico. saved, you look at the number I mean, go afterward, and that a fantastic job was vocal critic of the response and of some of
Id say it was a 10, Trump said. Id say this was I think it was worse than done under the circumstances. Trumps comments on Twitter.

Bush condemns Trump-era America: Bigotry seems emboldened Around the nation
By Steve Peoples instability and poverty ernment has made a project of turning Thousands eligible for DACA
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS follow in the wake of Americans against each other. renewals failed to apply in time
protectionism. Weve Foreign aggressions, including cyberat-
seen the return of isola- tacks, disinformation and financial influ- WASHINGTON About 21,000-22,000
NEW YORK Former President George tion sentiments, forget- young immigrants, many brought to the
W. Bush on Thursday denounced bigotry in ence, should never be downplayed or toler-
ting that American secu- ated, Bush said. country illegally as children, did not submit
Trump-era American politics, warning that rity is directly threatened their status renewal applications in time.
the rise of nativism, isolationism and by the chaos and despair Trump has expressed skepticism of Thats according to preliminary numbers
conspiracy theories have clouded the of distant places. Russias involvement. A special prosecutor released Thursday by the Department of
nations true identity. is currently investigating whether Trump Homeland Security.
The comments, delivered at a New York George W. Bush Weve seen our dis- and his campaign associates coordinated President Donald Trump last month
course degraded by casual
City conference hosted by the George W. cruelty, he continued. Bigotry seems with Moscow in the effort to sway the elec- announced an end to the Deferred Action for
Bush Institute, amounted to an indirect cri- emboldened. Our politics seems more vul- tion. Childhood Arrivals, or DACA program,
tique from a former Republican president nerable to conspiracy theories and outright Bush is the brother of 2016 presidential which protected hundreds of thousands of
who has remained largely silent during fabrication. hopeful Jeb Bush, the former Florida gover- young people from deportation.
President Donald Trumps unlikely rise to We need to recall and recover our own nor nicknamed, belittled and ultimately But he said those whose authorizations
power. The 43rd president did not name identity, he continued. To renew our coun- vanquished by Trump during the race for the were set to expire within six months could
Trump on Thursday, but he attacked some of try, we only need to remember our values. Republican nomination. He joins a slowly apply for renewals so long as they did so
the principles that define the 45th presi- Asked about the speech, Trump said he growing list of prominent Republicans who by Oct. 5. DHS spokesman David Lapan
dents political brand. hadnt seen it. have publicly defied Trump, including says roughly 133,000 of the 154,000 peo-
Weve seen nationalism distorted into The comment about identity was one of Republican Sens. John McCain, who deliv- ple eligible for renewals submitted their
nativism, forgotten the dynamism that several that warned of what Bush described ered a similar speech this week. Sen. Bob paperwork by the deadline.
immigration has always brought to as troubling political trends. Corker, the Tennessee Republican who has Advocates complain DHS didnt do
America, Bush said. We see a fading confi- Bush noted Russias meddling in the 2016 announced hes retiring, has denounced enough outreach. Lapan says hed be hard-
dence in the value of free markets and inter- election and declared that the Russian gov- what he termed the adult day care center of pressed to think recipients werent aware
national trade, forgetting that conflict, the Trump White House. of the change.

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