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Tuesday • Aug. 24, 2010 • Vol X, Edition 319 www.smdailyjournal.com

Changes after tragedy averted


One year after Hillsdale high bombing,
security, counseling changes in place
By Heather Murtagh — armed with arrested. No one was hurt. After a
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF 10 pipe bombs year of examining what went well
on a vest, a and how to improve the school’s
Walking onto Hillsdale High chain saw and a security, new protocols are starting
School seems calmer this year. 2-foot-sword — to be developed and used on campus
Sun shining, people offer friendly allegedly deto- as well as in all the schools in the
nated two San Mateo Union High School
greetings and students call out to bombs inside the District.
one another while passing in the San Mateo “One of the things about an event
halls. One year ago today, the cam- school before like this is it highlights, with a
pus’ feel was different. One week DIANA CLOCK/DAILY JOURNAL
Alexander being tackled by microscope, what you need to do,”
into school, a then 17-year-old for- a teacher and Students eat lunch at Hillsdale High School one year after a former Hillsdale
mer Hillsdale High School student Youshock See CHANGES, Page 20 student detonated two pipe bombs on campus.

Hill DUI bill


passesstate
Legislature
Repeat offenders face tougher penalties,
law awaits Schwarzenegger’s signature
By Bill Silverfarb under the influ-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF ence convictions
in a 10-year peri-
Drunken drivers with more than od. Current law
three offenses will face stiffer penal- only allows for a
ties under a bill that passed out of license revoca-
the state Legislature yesterday with tion period of
unanimous support. three years for
Assembly Bill 1601, authored by someone with
Jerry Hill three or more
state Assemblyman Jerry Hill, D-
San Mateo, authorizes judges to DUIs.
revoke a license for 10 years for The bill was sent to Gov. Arnold
people with three or more driving See DUI, Page 20

State to delay payments sooner


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS payments in
September
SACRAMENTO — Gov. Arnold

I
t’s a new school year and with that next 10 days. instead of
Schwarzenegger, the state controller October.
comes a new football season. And Today, Aragon and Burlingame kick and treasurer decided Monday to The move
once again, the Daily Journal is off our look at San Mateo County foot- delay $2.9 billion a month in pay- reflected the
here to bring Peninsula football fans all ball, followed by the rest of the Bay ments to school districts and coun- l i m i t e d
ties sooner than expected so the resources the
they need to know about the upcoming Division: state can meet debt and pension state has to work
season with our 10th annual football • Menlo-Atherton and King’s obligations. Arnold with as the
preview, which will be spread over the The leaders issued a joint letter Schwarzenegger impasse over
See PREVIEW, Page 12 notifying state lawmakers of their
decision to begin withholding the See MONEY, Page 20
2 Tuesday • Aug. 24, 2010 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Quote of the Day Snapshot Inside


“What started as Healthy kids
not a big deal from one Create a green
day to the next is now delaying $10 nursery for baby
billion from schools for many months and
See page 18
school districts still have to meet payroll.”
— Bob Wells,executive director of the Association of
California School Administrators
“State to delay payments sooner,” see page 1

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Thursday night and Friday: Patchy low clouds and fog. Lightning strikes on Lake Leman in St-Prex,near Geneva,Switzerland.
Lows in the lower 50s. Highs in the 60s to lower 70s.

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Rome was overrun by the Visigoths, a “Of the twenty or so civilizations
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case ... we invariably find that the cause of death has been
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In A.D. 79, long-dormant Mount Vesuvius erupted, burying the either War or Class or some combination of the two.”
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4 13 20 29 48 36 7 9 1 estimated 20,000 people died.
In 1572, the St. Bartholomew’s Day massacre of French
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5 7 1 In 1814, during the War of 1812, British forces invaded
15 24 25 29 31 Washington D.C., setting fire to the Capitol and the White House,
as well as other buildings.
The Daily Derby race winners are No.9 Winning In 1932, Amelia Earhart embarked on a 19-hour flight from Los
Spirit in first place; No. 5 California Classic in Angeles to Newark, N.J., making her the first woman to fly solo,
second place;and No.3 Hot Spot in third place. non-stop, from coast to coast.
The race time was clocked at 1:48:83. In 1949, the North Atlantic Treaty came into force.
In 1954, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the Communist
Control Act, outlawing the Communist Party in the United States.
State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
In 1968, France became the world’s fifth thermonuclear power as
Nation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 it exploded a hydrogen bomb in the South Pacific. Actor Stephen Fry Talk show host Actor-comedian
World . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8 is 53. Craig Kilborn is Dave Chappelle is
In 1970, an explosives-laden van left by anti-war extremists blew
Opinion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 48. 37.
up outside the University of Wisconsin’s Sterling Hall in
Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Madison, killing 33-year-old researcher Robert Fassnacht. Former education secretary Shirley Hufstedler is 85. Actor
Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-16 Kenny Baker (“Star Wars”) is 76. Composer-musician Mason
In 1989, Baseball Commissioner A. Bartlett Giamatti banned
Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-19 Williams is 72. Rhythm-and-blues singer Marshall Thompson
Pete Rose from the game for betting on his own team, the
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Cincinnati Reds. The Voyager 2 space probe flew by Neptune,
Comics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 sending back striking photographs. Actress Anne Archer is 63. Actor Joe Regalbuto is 61. Actor
Classifieds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-27 Kevin Dunn (TV: “Samantha Who?”) is 55. Former Arkansas
In 1992, Hurricane Andrew smashed into Florida, causing $30
billion in damage; 43 U.S. deaths were blamed on the storm. Gov. Mike Huckabee is 55. Actor Steve Guttenberg is 52.
Publisher Editor in Chief Baseball Hall-of-Famer Cal Ripken Jr. is 50. Rock singer John
Ten years ago: Mexican President-elect Vicente Fox met with
Jerry Lee Jon Mays Bush is 47. Actress Marlee Matlin is 45. Retired NBA player
Vice President Al Gore, then President Bill Clinton, in
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Washington, a day before he met with Texas Gov. George W.
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Five years ago: Tropical Depression 12 strengthened into
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Tropical Storm Katrina over the central Bahamas. A federal com-
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800 S. Claremont St., Ste. 210, San Mateo, Ca. 94402
Strange but True
Judge orders drug offender holding a moving sale. 16-year-old-daughter and says, “Want a
The five-bedroom Dutch Colonial on FREE BABYSITTER for a night out?”
THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
by Mike Argirion and Jeff Knurek
to write report on pot Long Island has been on the market It explains that she is in trouble for miss-
GARDNVERVILLE, Nev. — A since May for $1.15 million and is under ing her curfew and offers 30 hours of
Unscramble these four Jumbles,
one letter to each square, Nevada judge has an unusual sentence contract. Owner Brian Wilson is holding free baby-sitting.
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for a 25-year-old Sacramento man who a moving sale Saturday. Items include Rausch says he wanted to discipline
FREEW sold marijuana to a police informant in a furniture and exercise equipment, not his daughter and help others at the same
casino parking lot at Lake Tahoe. loot from the house’s infamous past. time. And it appears his daughter has
©2010 Tribune Media Services, Inc.
District Judge Dave Gamble ordered The Oscar-nominated film is based on already learned a lesson. She says she
All Rights Reserved.
Matthew Palazzolo to write a report on the story of the Lutz family’s brief stay won’t violate curfew again or throw any
RUHTT what the judge called the “nonsensical in the house in 1975 after six members more late-night parties.
character” of California’s medical mari- of the DeFeo family were shot and killed
juana law. as they slept. Oldest son Ronald DeFeo Driver fined $100 for
Gamble gave Palazzolo 90 days to Jr. was convicted. having goat in trunk
VOORDE
complete the paper discussing his real- The crime spawned a book and a
ization that marijuana led him to use series of movies that chronicled various BEDFORD, Va. — A driver has been
more powerful narcotics. supernatural horrors, including visions convicted of animal cruelty and fined
BIGTLE Palazzolo, who works for a of walls oozing slime and moving furni- $100 after Virginia authorities found a
Now arrange the circled letters
Sacramento law firm, was arrested out- ture. goat stuffed in the trunk of her car.
to form the surprise answer, as
suggested by the above cartoon. side a Stateline casino in February after Bedford County sheriff’s deputies dis-
Answer: A selling the informant a quarter-pound of Dad buys newspaper ad covered the goat bound and in the trunk
during a drunken driving checkpoint in
(Answers tomorrow)
pot for $1,060. Palazzolo said he grew it after daughter breaks curfew June.
Jumbles: BURLY FEINT UPHELD BIGAMY after using complaints of a sore back to
Yesterday’s
Answer: When the foreman said he was all wrong, the get a California medical marijuana card. SOUTHLAKE, Texas — A Texas Fiona Ann Enderby of Washington,
workers said he was — ALL RIGHT
But he said the pot was for recreational teenager who broke curfew is headed for D.C., told police she bought the goat
use. a reluctant adventure in baby-sitting. from a farmer to give to four passengers
Robert Rausch placed an advertise- in her car, who are from Kenya but
Moving sale planned at ment offering his daughter’s free baby- reside in Lynchburg in central Virginia.
sitting services in the community news- The goat was panting heavily and ani-
‘Amityville Horror’ house paper in Southlake, a wealthy suburb of mal control officers say the temperature
AMITYVILLE, N.Y. — The owner of Dallas-Fort Worth that is home to busi- in the trunk was 94 degrees.
the New York house made famous in the ness leaders and professional athletes. The goat is now living at a Bedford
1979 film “The Amityville Horror” is The advertisement names Rausch’s County farm.
THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Tuesday • Aug. 24, 2010 3
Police reports
Incompetent suspect committed
S.S.F.man accused of stabbing Redwood City clerk admitted to state hospital
Up in smoke
A garbage can was burning near the rose
garden on the 1000 block of Burlingame
By Heather Murtagh is not restored, Tuttle’s case will go to a conser- Redwood City police tracked Tuttle to his Avenue in Burlingame before 7:01 p.m.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF vatorship. mother’s South San Francisco home where they Sunday, Aug. 15.
Tuttle had previously refused to leave his jail reported finding him in the midst of shaving his
A 26-year-old South San Francisco man who cell for the hearing in which Judge Susan head. Tuttle’s mother admitted driving her son
claimed to be both incompetent and insane after Etezadi declared him incompetent based on the to Redwood City that day but said she knew
being accused of stabbing a Redwood City store reports of court-appointed doctors. nothing of the stabbing at the market. She also BURLINGAME
clerk two years ago was formally committed Tuttle has already spent one stretch at Napa said her son’s excessive drug use may have Theft. A credit card was stolen and used to
Friday to a state mental hospital. State Hospital but was returned to San Mateo caused ongoing mental issues, according to the buy airline tickets on the 500 block of Airport
Kenneth Norman Tuttle III, who previously County for prosecution when doctors there District Attorney’s Office. Drive before 10:39 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 19.
refused to show up to court, was committed deemed him mentally fit. Before he could face Tuttle was charged with attempted murder, Fire. A trash fire was burning near a bride and
Friday after he was once again found incompe- trial, Tuttle’s defense attorney again questioned the use of a deadly weapon and causing great damaged a wood post at the corner of
tent to stand trial. Tuttle was placed at Napa both his competence and his sanity in the 2008 bodily injury Bayshore Highway and Mahler Road before
State Hospital and consented to a court order attack. Before Tuttle could be tried, his attorney 12:22 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 19.
authorizing involuntary medication as needed, According to the District Attorney’s Office, questioned his mental state leading to his com- Suspicious circumstances. Three boys had a
according to the District Attorney’s Office. on Aug. 1, 2008, Tuttle entered the Main Street mitment and forcible medication. After his mentally disabled fourth boy in a headlock on
Tuttle could be at the hospital a maximum of Market and, without provocation, stabbed a return, Tuttle’s defense pleaded not guilty and the corner of Bayshore Highway and Mitten
three years, said Chief Deputy District Attorney clerk in the side with a kitchen knife before flee- not guilty by reason of insanity. The incompe- Road before 12:38 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 19.
Steve Wagstaffe. If at that time his competency ing. The clerk was treated for a four-inch gash. tence finding made those points moot. Suspicious circumstances. A man noticed
that someone driving a white SUV followed
Foster dad molestation trial to begins today him a couple blocks and even turned around to
follow him at the corner of California and
Trousdale drives before 1:19 p.m. Thursday,
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT Shortly after the boy Police arrested Thomas May 24, 2007 and
arrived in San Mateo, Aug. 19.
prosecutors charged him with 25 counts of
The trial of an English software designer prosecutors say Thomas lewd and lascivious behavior and a misde-
accused of molesting a 9-year-old boy he was began two actions — meanor charge of showing pornography to a
FOSTER CITY
in the process of adopting is set to begin this adoption proceedings and child with the intent to cause arousal. After a Burglary. Items were taken from a woman’s
morning. near-daily molestation. preliminary hearing on the evidence, Judge car on Comet Drive before 6:16 a.m.
Tarquin Craig Thomas, 44, previously Thomas is also accused of Craig Parsons whittled the charges to five Thursday, Aug. 19.
entered pleas of not guilty and not guilty by having the boy pose nude counts of lewd acts on a child under 14, one Theft. Forty-five pounds of steak, bone and
reason of insanity to multiple counts of lewd by himself and with other count of showing pornography to a child and tuna was stolen on Shell Boulevard before
behavior with a minor. adults. one misdemeanor count of invading privacy 11:28 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 19.
Thomas’ trial has been postponed a dozen
Tarquin
After the boy returned using a tracking device. In May, a judge dis- Burglary. Someone broke into the laundry
times since his arrest more than three years Thomas
to Oregon, Thomas missed four of five child pornography charges room of a residence and stole the coin mecha-
ago after prosecutors alleged he sexually and allegedly kept tabs on him through a global against Thomas. A change in law only allows nism from a vending machine inside the resi-
physically abused an Oregon foster child he tracking device hidden in a framed print of defendants to be charged once for child dence on East Hillsdale Boulevard before 7:12
was adopting. them together and contacted the boy’s biolog- pornography rather than one count for each p.m. Thursday, Aug. 19.
Thomas is a citizen of England living in San ical mother with hopes of retrieving the boy image.
Mateo who worked as a software designer for and returning to the United Kingdom, accord-
Barclays investment firm between September ing to the prosecution. After his arrest, a
and November 2005. Thomas also had a vaca- woman cleaning his home found a computer
tion home in Oregon and arranged to have a 9- disk allegedly containing images of three boys
year-old boy needing foster care in that state who had a mentoring relationship with
to be placed with him in San Mateo, accord- Thomas and some of the images involved con-
ing to the District Attorney’s Office. tact with an animal.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Tuesday • Aug. 24, 2010 5
Sequoia Healthcare District Local brief
kicks off Healthy School initiative according to the district.
Representatives of Sequoia Healthcare The Healthy Schools Initiative will pay
District will kick off the district’s Healthy for four additional school nurses, four well-
Schools Initiative with a presentation to the ness coordinators, three school psycholo-
San Mateo County Board of Supervisors gists, three health educators and three phys-
Tuesday, announcing details of a $4.5 mil- ical education teachers. It will help expand
lion, three-year program that will affect Safe Routes to School programs and school
more than 23,000 kindergarten through 12th gardens, among other program priorities to
graders within district boundaries, accord- be apportioned among the four school dis-
ing to healthcare district officials. tricts. Progress will be evaluated throughout
The aim of the Healthy Schools Initiative of the initial three-year period to determine
programs is to augment school nurse, well- priorities and strategies and measure pro-
ness and fitness programs in four school dis- gram impact, according to the district.
tricts whose programs have been decimated Roots of the Healthy Schools Initiative go
by budget cuts for years. The districts are back two years when Sequoia Healthcare
the Sequoia Union High School District, District began funding school nurses
with 8,200 9-12 students, Redwood City through its Caring Community grant awards,
Elementary School District, with 9,200 K-8 which represent about one tenth of the dis-
students, San Carlos Elementary School trict’s support for community health pro-
Above: Allie Coon, Tara Dolin and Nicole Dermenjian, seventh grade students from Notre District, with 3,000 K-8 students and the grams, according to the district.
Dame Elementary School, all placed at the 2010 San Mateo County Science, Math and Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary Formed in 1947 to build Sequoia Hospital,
Technology Fair.In the 2010 San Francisco Bay Area Science Fair,Dolin went on to win second
School District, with 3,250 K-8 students, Sequoia Healthcare District encompasses
place in behavioral science with her experiment,‘How Obstacles Influence the Speed of Cars,’
and Coon went on to win third place in physical science with her experiment,‘Hot! Hot! Hot!’ according to healthcare district officials. the cities of Belmont, San Carlos, Redwood
Both were invited to participate in the California State Science Fair in May in Los Angeles. Sequoia Healthcare District’s role is to City, Woodside, Atherton, Menlo Park,
Below: Cara Murad, a third grade student at Notre Dame Elementary School, participated, fund and help the districts assemble the Portola Valley, the unincorporated area of
along with her fellow members of school’s Chess Club, in the Fox School Scholastic Chess infrastructure in the schools that leads to Redwood Shores and a small part of Foster
Tournament in March. Murad placed fifth overall in this kindergarten through sixth grade sustainable, health enhancing behaviors, City.
tournament.

A
n n i e
Powers, a
rising sen-
ior at the
University of
California in
Berkeley, of San
Mateo, was named
to the 2010 Gilder
Lehrman History
Scholars Program.
One of 30 students
in the nation selected for this honor, Powers
participated in a one-week intensive history
program in New York City in June.

Class notes is a twice weekly column dedicated to


school news. It is compiled by education reporter
Heather Murtagh. You can contact her at (650)
344-5200, ext. 105 or at heather@smdailyjour-
nal.com.

EDUCATION
• On Thursday the South San Francisco Unified School District
Board of Trustees is set to vote to hire Steven Horowitz as associ-
ate superintendent of human resources starting Sept. 13. Horowitz
will replace John Thompson, who previously expressed plans to
leave the district. If approved, Horowtiz’s contract would run through
June 30, 2012. It offers an annual salary of $170,769 with an addi-
tional $250 per month for an car and an additional $83.33 monthly
for having a doctorate degree.
The board meets 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 26 at South San Francisco High School
library information center, 400 B St. in South San Francisco.
6 Tuesday • Aug. 24, 2010 LOCAL THE DAILY JOURNAL

Two arrested in wallet and jewelry in the man’s car.


Local briefs Hutchinson remains in custody on no-bail
bar stabbing incident according to police. These people are further advised to drink a lot status. He returns to court Sept. 29.
A verbal argument at the Swingin’ Door bar of water, stay in cool locations during the day-
in San Mateo escalated to a physical fight Boy, 17, injured in time and have people check up on them regu-
Jewelry heist
early Sunday morning that resulted in two
Sunday morning shooting larly. suspects plead not guilty
men being stabbed multiple times and two The weather service also stressed the
others arrested, said police Sgt. David Norris. A 17-year-old boy was injured by gunfire in Six men arrested in Los Angeles in connec-
importance of not leaving children or pets tion with a jewelry heist at a Burlingame
The incident happened just before 2 a.m. East Palo Alto early Sunday morning, police inside cars during hot conditions like those
Sunday as the bar was getting ready to close, said. hotel January pleaded not guilty to charges
expected this week. Friday.
Norris said. Officers responded to an activation of the
Jesus Ortiz-Hernandez, 28, Jose Miguel
Two victims, aged 23 and 26, suffered mul- city’s ShotSpotter gunshot detection system Doctor assigned to evaluate fatal Figueroa, 32, Juan Felix Sanchez, 24, Juan
tiple stab wounds but are expected to recover near 224 Daphne Way at about 12:15 a.m.
from their injuries, Norris said. Arriving police found a teenage boy who beating suspect’s competency Martinez, 39, Jonathan Castro, 32, and
Arrested were Chris Kostakis, 36, and had been hit by gunfire in his lower extremi- Criminal proceedings are on hold for a tran- Nicolas Granados Mojica, 32, were arrested
Adam Simms, 46, both of San Mateo. ties. Menlo Park firefighters treated the boy at sient accused of fatally beating an elderly in January shortly after a high-end jewelry
Kostakis allegedly stabbed the two men and the scene and he was taken to a hospital in Belmont man during a dealer was robbed at gunpoint in the parking
Simms helped to hide the knife, Norris said. stable condition. home invasion robbery lot of the Crowne Plaza Hotel. On Friday, all
Kostakis faces an attempted murder charge A preliminary investigation revealed that a while doctors decide six defendants entered not guilty pleas,
and Simms faces charges of concealing evi- fight had started between two groups of peo- whether he is competent. according to the District Attorney’s Office. A
dence, obstruction and conspiracy, Norris ple, during which an unknown suspect fired a On Friday, the court pretrial conference is set for Sept. 20 with a
said. gun into the crowd and struck the victim. appointed two doctors to jury trial set to begin Tuesday, Oct. 12.
The shooter has not been identified. evaluate 22-year-old Tyler Charges of conspiracy, robbery and receiv-
Police stop armed Anyone who has information about the case James Hutchinson, accord- ing stolen property stems from the
is urged to contact East Palo Alto police ing to the District Burlingame robbery in January.
robbery in progress Detective Matafanua “Nua” Lualemaga at Attorney’s Office. The The jewelry dealer had flown in from New
South San Francisco police arrested a man Tyler York and was on his way to conduct business
464-6838 or the anonymous tip line at 851- question is whether
early Saturday morning inside a victim’s 8477.
Hutchinson Hutchinson is able to aid in San Jose and Sacramento when two men
home after the suspect tried to rob the victim in his own defense against charges of murder approached him from behind, one with a gun
in front of his home at about 3:30 a.m., Excessive heat and robbery. Hutchinson is also alleged to and the other wearing a mask, Burlingame
according to police. have committed murder during the commis- police Capt. Mike Matteucci said at the time.
The suspect, Brian O’Rourke, attempted to watch in effect today sion of another felony which makes him eligi- Two hours after the robbery, Burlingame
rob the victim at gunpoint in front of his home The National Weather Service announced ble for either death row or life in prison with- police got a call from Los Angeles police ask-
on the 700 block of El Camino Real. The vic- Monday that an excessive heat watch would out parole if convicted. ing about recent robberies.
tim struggled with the suspect before retreat- be in effect from Tuesday afternoon through Defense attorney Jim Thompson’s request The Los Angeles Police Department’s
ing into his home, according to police. Tuesday evening throughout the Bay Area due for a mental evaluation came over Interstate Theft Task Force stopped two cars
O’Rourke, however, followed the victim to the suddenly sweltering temperatures in the Hutchinson’s objection. as they entered Los Angeles County. During
into the home and continued to struggle with region. Thompson was in previous disagreement the stop, jewelry identified as taken during
him, according to police. Two women and two The Bay Area will be experiencing hotter with Hutchinson over his desire for a speedy the Burlingame robbery was located inside
children were in the house at the time, accord- conditions today and Tuesday, climaxing on trial. Thompson prevailed and Hutchinson has the vehicles. The six occupants of the cars
ing to police. Tuesday with highs ranging from the 90s to as still not had a preliminary hearing on the evi- were all subsequently arrested for possession
When police arrived, the two men were still warm as 107 degrees in inland valleys, NWS dence in the June 2, 2009 death of 88-year-old of stolen property and booked into Los
struggling with each other before O’Rourke said. Albert Korn. Angeles County Jail. A week-long investiga-
was taken in custody. The suspect was in pos- The heat advisory is meant to encourage Korn died two weeks after prosecutors tion by detectives in Los Angeles and
session of a .45 caliber handgun, according to people to make precautionary preparedness believe he encountered Hutchinson, who Burlingame linked all six men to the hotel
police. efforts to avoid suffering from heat stroke or allegedly entered a back window of a home on parking lot heist at 1177 Airport Blvd.,
He faces charges of armed robbery, assault heat exhaustion, the weather service said. the 2500 block of Hallmark Drive in Belmont according to police.
with a deadly weapon, false imprisonment, The heat watch is specifically targeted at the afternoon of Tuesday, June 2. Authorities All six suspects remain in custody on
child endangerment and possession of a elderly, infirmed or very young people who believe he beat Korn before fleeing with his $200,000 bail, however all have immigration
firearm with an obliterated serial number, may be far more sensitive to heat, NWS said. holds and therefore cannot be released.
THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL/STATE/NATION/WORLD Tuesday • Aug. 24, 2010 7
NATO needs at least another year High-speed rail route
Afghanistan security force more than a year away
By Anne Flaherty
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
suit will not proceed
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS estimates by the California High-
WASHINGTON — A senior U.S. Speed Rail Authority overstate the
commander on Monday wouldn’t SACRAMENTO — A number of passengers who
predict when Afghanistan might take California judge has ruled would use the trains in their
control of its own security and that two local cities may vicinity.
warned that NATO needs at least not pursue a lawsuit over The proposed rail sys-
another year to recruit and train the state’s planned high-
enough soldiers and police officers. tem would enable passen-
speed rail route. gers to speed the 430 miles
The assessment by Lt. Gen. Bill Sacramento Superior
Caldwell, the head of NATO’s train- between Los Angeles and
Court Judge Michael Kenny San Francisco in under 3
ing mission in Afghanistan, further
on Monday affirmed his prelim- hours.
dims U.S. hopes that the planned U.S.
withdrawal next year will be signifi- inary ruling from last week against Menlo Park and Atherton officials
cant in size. reopening the lawsuit by Menlo have proposed an alternate route
REUTERS
President Barack Obama has said Park and Atherton. that runs east of the San Francisco
An Afghan policeman controls traffic during a patrol in Kandahar. The two cities claim that ridership
that troops will begin pulling out in Bay.
But Caldwell predicted that deser- finished the development of their
July 2011, the size and pace of with- tion and injury rates are so high force.”
drawal depending on security condi-
tions. Defense officials, including
Defense Secretary Robert Gates,
among Afghan forces that NATO will
have to recruit and train 141,000 peo-
Caldwell also said it is likely the
U.S. and international community Schwarzenegger approves
ple to ensure it has the 56,000 addi- will have to pay for that force for
have said they believe next summer’s
pullout would be modest.
tional personnel needed next fall.
Because Afghanistan is still scram-
some time, even after NATO troops
leave.
wage rollback agreements
In a Pentagon briefing, Caldwell bling to recruit and train its security “The U.S. has made an enduring THE ASSOCIATED PRESS unpaid leave and requiring employees
told reporters that Afghan army and forces, Caldwell said there was no commitment to be supportive,” he to work an extra five years to qualify
police forces won’t reach sufficient accurate estimate on when Kabul said. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has for full benefits. Schwarzenegger is
numbers until Oct. 31, 2011 — three might take control of even the more As was the case in Iraq, the training approved six contracts his adminis- seeking broad pension reform and
months after Obama’s deadline to peaceful parts of the country. and equipping of Afghan security tration negotiated with labor unions rewarded the unions that reached the
start U.S. withdrawals. “It doesn’t mean in small isolated forces is considered the linchpin in that include pay cuts and changes to deals by exempting them from his
NATO has set the goal of creating pockets that they can’t have the lead the U.S. exit strategy. However, the state pensions. Schwarzenegger on most recent furlough order.
an Afghan military and police force with coalition” support, Caldwell effort has been particularly difficult in Monday signed bills authorizing the The deals also seek to curb “pen-
of 305,600 personnel — 171,600 said of Afghan forces. “But to say Afghanistan, where illiteracy rates contracts for 37,000 employees. sion spiking,” a practice in which
army and 134,000 police. There are that they’ll be able to do much more are high, corruption is rampant and The deals have varying provisions, employees are given a raise during
currently 249,500 personnel — before October of next year would be there is little banking infrastructure to including greater employee pension their final year of employment to
134,000 army and 115,500 police. stretching it, only because we haven’t ensure troops get paid. contributions, one day a month of boost their pensions.

marriages performed in other states. 2008 while he worked at a DMV the Internal
San Francisco newscaster Around the state The Assembly approved AJR19 office in Stockton. R e v e n u e
Dave McElhatton dies Moscone and Supervisor Harvey last August. Federal prosecutors say he issued Service.
SAN FRANCISCO — Dave Milk, the 1989 earthquake and the Critics of the Defense of at least a dozen fake California dri- Attorney
“Mac” McElhatton, who was the 1993 murder of 12-year-old Polly Marriage Act say it deprives gay ver’s licenses and identification General Jerry
voice of major Klaas. couples of important federal rights cards. Brown contends
San Francisco In 2006, he was inducted into the and benefits. Gomes, who is 36, admitted tak- that Deutch
Bay area news Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame. California voted in 2008 to ban ing money in exchange for substi- overstates her
stories for near- gay marriage. On Aug. 4, a federal tuting new photographs on existing TV claims of
ly 50 years, has Lawmakers: Repeal judge overturned the ban, sending DMV records, and for altering a Roni Deutch winning tax bat-
died. the case to the 9th U.S. Circuit person’s recorded height, weight tles with the
The Oakland
federal marriage law Court of Appeals. and address. IRS. She advertises a success rate of
native retired SACRAMENTO — California He was sentenced to two years up to 99 percent, yet successfully
from anchoring lawmakers are asking President DMV employee sentenced and three months in prison. reduces the amount of money her
KPIX-TV’s Barack Obama and Congress to for issuing fake IDs clients owe in taxes in just 10 per-
Dave “Eyewitness repeal the federal Defense of ‘Tax lady’ Roni Deutch cent of cases, the lawsuit says.
McElhatton News” in 2000, SACRAMENTO — A former “She promises to significantly
Marriage Act, saying it discrimi-
Department of Motor Vehicles faces fraud lawsuit reduce their IRS tax debts, but
after 25 years nates against same-sex married cou-
with the station. Before that, he ples. employee has been sentenced to SACRAMENTO — California’s instead preys on their vulnerability,
worked for KCBS radio for 25 years The state Senate voted 22-12 federal prison for identity theft and attorney general sued “tax lady” taking large up-front payments but
as a morning-show personality and Monday for a resolution urging that for creating false drivers’ licenses. Roni Deutch for more than $34 mil- providing little or no help in lower-
news director. the 1996 law be overturned. It Denny Gomes of Lodi was sen- lion on Monday, alleging that her ing their tax bills,” said Attorney
Among the major stories defines marriage as being between a tenced Monday in federal court in law firm regularly violates state law General Jerry Brown, the
McElhatton covered were the 1978 man and a woman and allows states Sacramento. He pleaded guilty to by making false promises that it will Democratic nominee for governor
assassination of Mayor George to refuse to recognize same-sex committing the crimes in 2007 and help people resolve disputes with in the November election.
8 Tuesday • Aug. 24, 2010 WORLD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Bombs kill 36 in northwest Pakistan Around the world


PARACHINAR, Pakistan — Three bomb
attacks in northwest Pakistan — two in tribal Supplies reach Chilean
regions near the Afghan border and a third near miners; now, the long wait
the region’s main city of Peshawar — killed at
least 36 people Monday, officials and a witness COPIAPO, Chile — Trapped nearly half a
said. mile inside the earth and facing perhaps four
Meanwhile, three suspected U.S. missiles months before rescue, 33 Chilean miners
fired from unmanned aircraft struck a house began accepting food, water and oxygen from
near Miran Shah in North Waziristan, killing above ground Monday as rescue teams worked
nine alleged militants, said two intelligence to gauge their state of mind and brace them for
officials. They spoke on condition of anonymi- the long wait ahead.
ty because they were not allowed to release the Through a newly installed communications
information to the media. system, each of the men spoke and reported
The blast on the outskirts of Peshawar killed feeling hungry but well, except for one with a
the leader of an anti-Taliban militia, Israr stomach problem, a Chilean official said. They
Khan, and two aides as he passed through a requested toothbrushes.
market in the village of Matni, said police offi- It was a positive sign, and Chile’s president
cial Khurshid Khan. Three more people were said the nation was “crying with excitement REUTERS
injured. The government supplies a string of and joy” after engineers broke through Sunday Philippine police commandos crouch with their weapons as they assault a tourist bus that was
militias with arms and money to fight the to the men’s refuge. It had been 17 days since taken over by a former police officer in Manila.
Taliban militants. a landslide at the gold and copper mine caused
The deadliest blast was a suicide attack at a
mosque inside a religious school in South
Waziristan that killed 26 people and injured 40
more, said an intelligence official in the region.
a tunnel to collapse and entombed them more
than 2,200 feet below ground.
Still, doctors and psychological experts were
trying to safeguard the very sanity of the min-
Mayhem in Manila
He spoke on condition of anonymity in line
with the orders set down by his agency.
ers in the months to come, and said they were
implementing a plan that included keeping
Nine killed on hijacked tourist bus
He said Maulana Noor Mohammad, a for- them informed and busy. The miners reported By Jim Gomez It was 10:15 a.m. Monday in Manila when
mer lawmaker who ran the school, was among that a shift foreman named Luis Urzua had THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Rolando Mendoza, 55 and married with
the dead. assumed leadership of the trapped men. three children, hitched a ride with the
MANILA, Philippines — It looked like a tourists as they visited historic sites in the
hostage rescue in slow motion: Police city. He wore a camouflage uniform and car-
creeping up on the bus with sledgehammers ried an M16 rifle but didn’t seem unusual in
and smashing first one window, then anoth- the heavily policed capital.
er, then trying and failing to rip open the Then he announced that he was taking the
door. travelers hostage to win back his job.
When they finally got inside, authorities According to newspaper reports, the for-
said, they found nine bodies: Eight Hong mer senior inspector was among five officers
Kong tourists and the ex-policeman who had who had been charged with robbery, extor-
seized the bus to demand his job back. tion and grave threats after a Manila hotel
The bloody denouement to the 12-hour chef filed a complaint alleging they falsely
drama in the heart of the Philippine capital, accused him of using drugs to extort money.
witnessed live on TV, rattled a country Mendoza was fired last year but claimed he
already accustomed to kidnappings and vio- was innocent.
lence blamed on Muslim rebels. It provoked With the bus parked on a Manila park
demands from the Hong Kong government parade ground, Mendoza stuck leaflets on
for an explanation, and an acknowledgment windows, handwritten in English, saying
from Philippine President Benigno Aquino “big mistake to correct a big wrong deci-
III that his police need more training and sion,” demanding media attention and threat-
equipment. ening “big deal will start after 3 p.m. today.”
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Dow 10,174.41 10-Yr Bond 2.6070% -0.0500


Market has weak finish
-39.21
Nasdaq 2,159.63 -20.13 Oil (per barrel) 72.80 Stocks slip as economy worries outweigh deal news
S&P 500 1,067.36 -4.33 Gold 1,226.90 By Stephen Bernard Falling stocks outpaced gaining ones
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wall Street three to two on the New York Stock
Exchange. Consolidated trading vol-
NEW YORK — Stocks slumped to a ager of Hennessy Funds. “When you ume was very light at 3.3 billion, ver-
weak finish Monday as lingering wor- don’t know the rules, you pack up and sus 3.8 billion on Friday.
ries about the economy overcame opti- go home.” Bond prices fell. The yield on the 10-
mism from a fresh round of corporate Ingarra said companies are hesitant year Treasury note, which moves oppo-
dealmaking. to hire because of uncertainty sur- site to its price, fell to 2.60 percent
Stocks had an early lift after Hewlett- rounding costs tied to recently passed from 2.62 percent late Friday. That
Packard Co. bid 33 percent more than financial regulation and health care yield helps set interest rates on mort-
rival Dell Inc. for a data storage reform. The possibility of rising taxes gages and consumer loans.
provider, but the gains faded quickly. also has companies worried about con- “People are focused on the head
The Dow Jones industrial average sumption, he said. winds more than the tail winds,” said
was up as much as 91 points in early In other deal news, Potash Corp. of Walter Gerasimowicz, chief investment
trading but turned mixed for much of Saskatchewan Inc. rejected BHP officer at Meditron Asset Management.
the day. A slump in the final half-hour Billiton’s $38.5 billion offer to acquire He said investors are overlooking his-
of trading left the Dow with a loss of the fertilizer company, and HSBC torically low interest rates and signs of
39 points. Holdings said it was in talks to buy a corporate strength, choosing instead to
Despite the positive deal news, a controlling stake in Nedbank Group focus on disappointing economic data.
number of worries about the economy Ltd. of South Africa from Old Mutual Reports are due this week on the
are keeping a lid on the market, espe- for as much as $6.8 billion. housing market, durable goods orders,
cially a reluctance among companies to The Dow Jones industrial average consumer sentiment and a revision to
create jobs. Stocks had a two-day sell- lost 39.21 or 0.4 percent, to close at second-quarter gross domestic product.
off late last week after first-time claims 10,174.41. Other major stock indexes Housing remains especially weak
for unemployment benefits jumped to also ended lower. following the expiration of the govern-
their highest level since November. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index fell ment’s tax credit earlier this year.
“Companies are not hiring because 4.33, or 0.4 percent, to 1,067.36, while Reports on existing and new home
they don’t know the rules of the game,” the Nasdaq composite index lost 20.13, sales are due out Tuesday and
said. Frank Ingarra, co-portfolio man- or 0.9 percent, to 2,159.63. Wednesday.

AIG repaying nearly $4B in federal loans


By Mark Jewell that New York-based AIG received dur- the world’s biggest commercial jet
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ing the financial crisis to avoid collapse. fleets. It struggled earlier this year to pay
AIG has been selling off assets to pay off its loans, and had to draw the $3.9
In its single biggest repayment of back the aid. billion from AIG to pay back some of its
bailout loans so far, American “This is continuing tangible evidence debt. AIG had tried to find a buyer for
International Group Inc. said Monday it is of AIG’s progress in repaying the the unit, but any sale seems off the table
paying back nearly $4 billion in taxpayer American taxpayers,” said Robert for now as ILFC has found healthy
aid with proceeds from a recent debt sale. Benmosche, AIG President and CEO. demand for recent bond offerings which
The insurer’s aircraft leasing compa- “AIG is getting stronger every day. We will help it meet some deadlines for pay-
ny, International Lease Finance Corp., still have more work to do, but we will ing back loans.
completed the sale of $4.4 billion in finish the job and make sure we repay The repayment will release about $10
debt. AIG will use more than $3.9 billion the American taxpayers.” billion of collateral that ILFC had
of the proceeds to repay the Federal As of June 30, excluding the new pay- pledged to the Fed under the credit
Reserve Bank of New York, trimming ment, AIG said its outstanding balance agreement. With the recent debt sales
the balance on its credit line with the Fed owed to the government stood at about and other notes issues, the aircraft unit
to about $15 billion. Adding interest, the $101 billion. The total includes debt as has boosted its total liquidity — assets
total is about $21 billion. well as preferred shares of stock in AIG that can quickly be converted to cash —
The emergency credit line was part of held by the Treasury Department. to more than $12.5 billion over the last
a $182 billion federal bailout package Los Angeles-based ILFC leases one of five months.

HP tries to outbid
rival Dell for 3Par
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SAN FRANCISCO — The world’s two biggest personal


computer makers are locked in a pricey struggle over which can
move away from the PC business the fastest.
Hewlett-Packard Co. offered $1.5 billion on Monday for 3Par
Inc., a company whose data-storage machines are designed for
“cloud computing,” or delivering services over the Internet.
HP’s rival, Dell Inc., last week offered about $400 million less
for 3Par, and many analysts and investors expect Dell to make
a sweeter counteroffer.
HP’s offer comes just weeks after HP CEO Mark Hurd’s
ouster over inaccurate expense reports and shows that the com-
pany is committed to continuing to grow through acquisitions,
even without him at the helm.

Business briefs
Potash rejects BHP’s $38.5B hostile takeover offer
TORONTO — Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. said
Monday that its board voted unanimously to reject BHP
Billiton’s hostile $38.5 billion takeover offer as it doesn’t reflect
the strong growth the company believes it is poised to enjoy.
The Canadian company said it’s in talks with several compa-
nies who have approached it or it has initiated contact with.
“Discussions are being pursued with several of these third par-
ties in order to generate value-enhancing alternatives,” it said.

Johnson & Johnson recalls contact lenses overseas


TRENTON, N.J. — Health giant Johnson & Johnson has
issued its ninth recall of a consumer health product in a year, this
time covering millions of 1 Day Acuvue contact lenses sold in
Japan and two dozen other countries in Asia and Europe.
The affected contact lenses were mostly sold in Japan and
none were sold in the U.S. or Canada, the company said.
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Line depth crucial for Dons Panthers


By Nathan Mollat
are
primed to roar
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF By Emanuel Lee
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
There was no question who the key to the
Aragon football team was in 2009: All- For the last couple of years, the
Everything quarterback Sam Tuivailala, who Burlingame High football team — try as the
has since moved on to a professional base- Panthers might — didn’t have a legitimate
ball career in the St. Louis Cardinals organ- passing game to complement their usual
ization. potent running attack.
For the uneducated, it should be a blessing This season should be different, and that’s
for opposing teams to not have to deal with what has ninth-year coach John
Tuivailala on a weekly basis, right? Not nec- Philipopoulos fully expecting his team to
essarily. While the Dons may no longer have contend for a Peninsula Athletic League Bay
the attributes of a superb athlete to run the Division championship.
show, the team might actually be vastly “If we fire on all cylinders, we’re going to
improved this season, thanks in large part to be a handful,” said Philipopoulos, whose
increased depth at many of skill positions, as team is back in the league’s top division
well as more varsity experience. after spending the last two years in the
“We’re pretty solid up front,” said Aragon Ocean.
coach Steve Sell. “Last year, we were under- Burlingame’s no-nonsense coach isn’t one
sized and inexperienced. This year, we’re a to wax hyperbole, so that statement alone
lot more balanced. Last year … we were says a lot about the Panthers and the direc-
only going to go as far as [Tuivailala] took tion they’re likely headed. Philipopoulos has
us. This year, we’re going to be a lot more plenty of reason for optimism, starting with
diverse.” the return of its entire backfield — Ilan
More importantly for Aragon fans, look Lesov, Jordan Pessah and Dan Cuddy — to
for the Dons to grind out the yardage on the go along with at least one returning starter at
ground this season, more so than the last virtually every position on the field.
couple of years. As far as the rest of the Bay That includes two-way standout Nik
Division is concerned, they should be wor- Gutierrez, a senior quarterback/free safety
ried about the beef the Dons will be putting who can do it all: Pass, run and hit. The 5-
in the backfield this season. Other than the foot-10, 180-pound Gutierrez earned first-
slippery and diminutive Aaron Eder, the team all-league honors last year at line-
Dons will be putting punishing pulverizers backer, and is expected to provide plenty of
in the backfield. Etoni Tonga — the last of more big hits and impact plays in the sec-
Aragon’s famed Tonga brothers — will see ondary. Lesov was San Mateo County’s
plenty of carries, as well as time on the leading rusher last season, finishing with 28
offensive and defensive lines. Tony Zhang, DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS FILE
touchdowns.
who was an undersized offensive lineman at Tyler Outzen,center,best exemplifies Aragon’s depth this season:A multipurpose lineman. A Lesov, Cuddy and Pessah — who rushed
times last year, suddenly becomes a bruising starter on the offensive line last year,he’ll be chasing down quarterbacks from a defensive end
position this season. But if the Dons need help on the offensive line, Outzen will have no
See DONS, Page 14 problem switching back. See BGAME, Page 14

Are you ready for some football?


A
generation ago, the double-day prac- sis, players to watch, the state title game. has already verbally committed to Stanford.
tices — two practices a day — was key returners, key new- Expect another exciting ride this season as To see what a Division I player looks like,
common throughout the land when comers and schedules. the PAL format remains the same. The top check out the Knights a couple times this sea-
it came time for high school football teams to Teams will be pre- four teams in the Bay Division get automatic son.
prepare for the season. viewed in alphabetical bids to CCS, while the champions from the But Carlisle is far from a solo artist. Expect
While some squads still use the exhausting order beginning with Ocean and Lake divisions will also punch Burlingame’s backfield, led by Ilan Lesov, to
days as a way to quickly whip a team into the Bay Division. Then their tickets to post-season play. make some noise. Half Moon Bay’s Dominic
shape and to use every available minute to pre- we’ll cover the Ocean The Bay Division is as stacked as ever, with Sena, who had a breakout year in 2009,
pare for the season, many teams — because and Lake divisions and plenty of talent to keep fans on the edge of returns as the featured back for the Cougars,
of rule changes or class schedules — have follow that up with their seats. Woodside, which had only one win while Terra Nova will bludgeon opponents
Serra and CSM pre- in Bay Division play last season, moved to the with fullback Josh Cruz, who burst on the
done away with the grueling practice ritual.
views. Ocean Division this season, with a strong scene midway through the 2009 season and
Never fear, however, as the Daily Journal
Last year was the first helped the Tigers to the CCS Division III title
presents its 10th annual football preview. Burlingame squad moving up to play against
year the PAL re-aligned game. Last year’s Ocean Division champion,
We’re doing things a little differently this year. the best in the PAL.
itself based on a power- San Mateo, has two running backs who are
Instead of a multi-page pullout section, we’ll ranking system and it worked to perfection. Jefferson, which had one of its best seasons ready for prime time: George Naufahu and
be running two previews a day for the next There were exciting division races down to the in 2009 since the glory days of the 1990s, Lemoto Filikitonga.
two weeks — the Daily Journal’s own two-a- final week of the season, while the local teams moves up to the Ocean Division from the Lake Sacred Heart Prep will have to replace a trio
days. enjoyed their best Central Coast Section run in this season, hoping back-to-back undefeated of runners, two of whom were recruited walk-
The next fortnight should whet your recent years. Not only did nine teams make frosh-soph seasons will pay off with a playoff ons at Stanford. But the Gators, despite having
appetite for the upcoming football season. The the post-season, but those teams compiled a spot this year. Carlmont will fill Jefferson’s a small school population from which to
presentation has changed, but it is still the record of 9-9 with three squads making the slot in the Lake Division. choose, appear to have established the system
most comprehensive preview of the Peninsula championship game: Terra Nova advanced to While a ton of talent graduated from last with which many private schools seem to
Athletic League — as well as Serra and the CCS DIII finals, Menlo School got to the year’s teams, there should not be a dearth of excel.
College of San Mateo — on the Peninsula. All DIV championship game and CSM played in exciting players to watch, starting with King’s
your favorite information is here: team analy- Academy running back Amir Carlisle, who See LOUNGE, Page 15
12 Tuesday • Aug. 24, 2010 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Schilens may need scope on knee PREVIEW


By Josh Dubow Cable said the The Raiders treated him cautious- Saturday’s 32-17 exhibition victory
Continued from page 1

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS knee injury was ly early in camp this year, keeping over the Chicago Bears, the Raiders Academy (Wednesday)
likely a result of him out of two-a-day practices and passing game showed signs of life. • Sacred Heart Prep and Terra
NAPA — Oakland Raiders wide overcompensat- giving the foot plenty of time off Quarterback Jason Campbell Nova (Thursday)
receiver Chaz Schilens went to a ing for the foot because he is being counted on as a completed all five passes for 89 The Ocean Division will be fea-
knee specialist Monday to deter- injury. The big part of Oakland’s passing game. yards on the opening drive before tured over the weekend and early
mine whether he would need arthro- Raiders hope Schilens was a seventh-round sputtering a bit after that. Campbell next week:
scopic surgery. Schilens will be pick out of San Diego State in 2008. finished 10 for 20 for 170 yards • Jefferson and Half Moon Bay
back by the He has 44 catches for 591 yards and with an interception. (Friday)
The injured knee is just the latest
• Menlo School and San Mateo
setback for Schilens, who missed Chaz Schilens opener Sept. 12 four touchdowns in his two NFL Second-year receiver Louis
(Weekend)
significant time last season with a at Tennessee if seasons. While those numbers are Murphy had three catches for 53
he does need the surgery. • South City and Woodside
broken left foot that still hindered nothing spectacular, only one yards, rookie Jacoby Ford caught
Schilens missed the first eight (Monday, Aug. 30)
him early in training camp. receiver on Oakland’s roster has two balls in his exhibition debut and
games last season after breaking his The preview of the Lake Division
“I’m very concerned,” coach Tom even more production. Johnnie Lee Higgins also caught a pass from
foot early in training camp and was will command the middle of next
Cable said. “It’s been a tough road Higgins has 47 catches for 676 Campbell. week:
for him. We get through the foot never completely healthy after his yards and four scores in three sea- “I’m encouraged by that group,”
return. He had 29 catches for 365 • Capuchino and Carlmont
thing now and something else has sons, but is not a sure bet to make Cable said. “Hopefully we don’t (Tuesday, Aug. 31)
kind of reared up on us. We’ll take yards and two touchdowns, but the roster this year. lose Chaz for any time here. But if it
needed another operation after the • El Camino and Hillsdale
care of it and get him back as soon With starters Schilens and Darrius does happen I do think we’re devel- (Wednesday, Sept. 1)
as we can.” season to help the foot fully heal. Heyward-Bey sidelined for oping that group.” • Mills and Sequoia (Thursday,
Jets training Ryan’s, whose tongue is a lot Ravens. Haynesworth accused the Sept. 2)
NFL Notebook camp. looser, liked Brady’s remark. coach of mischaracterizing the rea- Out 10th annual preview wraps up
“Honestly, I “It’s great. Hey, join the club,” son he missed practice last week with arguably the best two programs
Brady no fan of Jets haven’t turned it Ryan said with a laugh. and said he will stay away from the on the Peninsula: Serra and College
on HBO’s ‘Hard Knocks’ on,” he said in a of San Mateo (Friday, Sept. 3)
Redskins’ offseason workout pro-
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Tom
casual manner. Shanahan mum on gram again next year.
The format may have changed,
“I hate the Jets, but the Daily Journal remains your
Brady hates the New York Jets. Rex
so I refuse to
meeting with Haynesworth Reports say Haynesworth was source for the most comprehensive
Ryan doesn’t like the New England ASHBURN, Va. — Washington suffering from a muscle condition look at football in San Mateo
support that called rhabdomyolysis, but
Patriots. Redskins coach Mike Shanahan met County.
Tom Brady show.” Shanahan told AOL Fanhouse on
The verbal sparring has started with Albert Haynesworth on
The question Sunday that he was “not aware of
again and there’s still nearly three Monday and kept the conversation
and answer lasted just 42 seconds
weeks to go before the fierce rivals to himself, saying it’s “completely that.” Shanahan had given various
and came two-thirds of the way
begin their seasons. ridiculous” to keep talking about it reasons for Haynesworth’s inability
through a 19 1/2-minute interview.
During his contractually mandat- publicly. to practice, eventually attributing it
But it didn’t take long for the Jets to
ed weekly appearance on WEEI Shanahan gave no response to the to a headache.
hear about the words from Brady,
radio on Monday, Brady was asked strong words uttered by the disgrun- Haynesworth did not talk to
who usually is more guarded in his
about “Hard Knocks,” the HBO tled nose tackle following reporters Monday, but was back at
comments.
show giving an inside look at the Saturday’s loss to the Baltimore practice for the first time in a week.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Tuesday • Aug. 24, 2010 13

Giants jump on Reds early and keep them down


By Janie McCauley After Jose Guillen struck out, Pablo Sandoval ninth, as the final 17 Reds were retired in
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Giants 11, Reds 2 hit an RBI single. Juan Uribe walked and order.
faced and struck out the side in order in the Sanchez doubled home Sandoval. The NL Central-leading Reds, wrapping up
SAN FRANCISCO — Matt Cain ended a seventh. He allowed two runs on five hits in San Francisco batted around in the first and a nine-game West Coast swing at AT&T Park,
three-start winless stretch after being staked eight innings, struck out seven and walked Volquez was done after walking Torres for a had won eight of their last nine and 12 of 16
to an early cushion, Andres Torres hit a two- one. second time in the inning on his 39th pitch. but couldn’t manage much against Cain after
run homer and the San Francisco Giants beat Scott Rolen hit a two-run triple in the third Jordan Smith relieved and struck out Posey. falling behind right away. Cain threw a sea-
the Cincinnati Reds 11-2 on Monday night. for Cincinnati, which lost Jim Edmonds and The Giants’ five-run first inning marked son-high 125 pitches.
Aubrey Huff added a solo homer leading off Laynce Nix early to injuries. their biggest initial inning since scoring six in Edmonds left the game in the top of the
the eighth. Huff, Pat Burrell and Freddy Huff hit a two-run double off the center the first against the Mets on June 2, 2008, at sixth with a strained right oblique. He was
Sanchez all doubled in runs in the Giants’ field wall after Torres drew a leadoff walk and AT&T Park. Torres became the first San hurt on a swing and a miss on the fourth pitch
five-run first to knock Edinson Volquez (3-2) Buster Posey reached on an infield single. Francisco Giant to draw two walks in a first he saw from Cain. Edmonds grimaced on his
out after 2-3 of an inning for the shortest start Burrell followed with a double to score Huff, inning, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. follow through and was lifted for pinch-hitter
of his career. Sanchez finished with a season- prompting a mound visit by Reds pitching Sandoval had a two-run double in the eighth Drew Stubbs.
high four hits. coach Bryan Price. Volquez threw a wild pitch for his third hit, then scored on Sanchez’s Nix sprained his left ankle while beating out
Cain (10-10) retired the final 14 batters he two pitches later that sent Burrell to third. groundout. Javier Lopez pitched a perfect an infield single in the third.

Sports Digest detention facility in Columbus.


Tim Jackson, bailiff for Franklin County
Common Pleas Court Judge David Fais, said
Tiger Woods, wife officially divorced Monday that Clarett’s attorney had filed a
PANAMA CITY, Fla. — Tiger Woods and his wife are offi- motion asking for Clarett to be allowed to
cially divorced. travel. A review was tentatively set up for
The lawyers for Woods and Elin later in the day.
Nordegren say in a statement that the TV station WSYX reported on its website
divorce became official Monday in Bay Monday that Clarett wanted to try out for
County Circuit Court. Maurice Clarett the Omaha Nighthawks of the United
The divorce comes nine months after Football League.
Woods crashed his SUV outside their home Clarett’s attorney, Michael Hoague, did not immediately
near Orlando, setting off explosive revela- return a phone call.
tions that the world’s No. 1 golfer had been
Tiger Woods cheating on his wife. It led to Woods losing Strasburg likely going on DL with forearm strain
millions of dollars in endorsements and
WASHINGTON — The Washington Nationals say rookie
taking five months away from the game.
ace Stephen Strasburg will probably go on the disabled list.
Terms of the divorce were not disclosed, except that they will
Manager Jim Riggleman says Strasburg will definitely miss
share parenting of their two children, ages 3 and 1.
his next scheduled start Thursday because of a strained tendon
in his right forearm.
Clarett requests to travel to pro tryout Riggleman says the 22-year-old righty will likely be put on
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Former Ohio State tailback Maurice the DL for the second time this season. The manager spoke
Clarett is asking a judge to allow him to travel to try out with a before Monday night’s game against the Chicago Cubs.
football team. Strasburg left his start on Saturday night in Philadelphia in
Clarett pleaded guilty in 2006 to aggravated robbery and car- the fifth inning. He grimaced and shook his arm before walking
rying a concealed weapon and served 3 1/2 years in a Toledo off the mound.
prison. He is attending classes at Ohio State while living in a Riggleman says the Nationals will “proceed with caution.”
14 Tuesday • Aug. 24, 2010 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

BGAME
Continued from page 11

for over 900 yards last year and also


plays an outstanding outside line-
backer — form a three-pronged run- Coach: John Philipopoulos,ninth year
ning attack that was simply dominant
at times last season. But what really 2009 record: 7-4 overall,3-2 PAL Ocean
has Philipopoulos excited is the fact Returning starters: 12
that for the first time in recent memory
Burlingame has plenty of potential
Key returners:QB/FS Nik Gutierrez (Sr.5-11,180);RB/OLB
throwing-wise. Jordan Pessah (Sr.6-0,190); RB Ilan Lesov (Sr.5-8,165)
Gutierrez started seven games last Key newcomers:WR/DE Rodrigo Puliceno (Sr.6-4,240);
season under center and looks to be OG Benji Palu (So.5-10,240)
better than ever, the offensive line 2010 schedule (home game in CAPS): Sept. 10 —
looks stout once again and in senior
newcomer Rodrigo Puliceno and sen- PALO ALTO, 7 p.m.; Sept. 17 — @ Gunn, 3:30 p.m.; Sept.
ior Brandon Kern, the Panthers have 24 — HOMESTEAD 7 p.m.;Oct.1 — @ Woodside,8 p.m.;
athletic and big receivers. Despite hav- Oct.8 — @ Sacred Heart Prep,3 p.m.;Oct.15 — @ Terra
ing never played a down of organized Nova, 8 p.m.; Oct. 22 — ARAGON, 8 p.m.;
football, Puliceno has proven to be a Oct.29 — @ King’s Academy,7 p.m.;Nov.
quick learner. It also doesn’t hurt that
he’s an athletic 6-4 and 240 pounds, 5 — @ Menlo-Atherton,7 p.m.;Nov.13
while also playing with a certain nasti- — SAN MATEO,11 a.m.
ness that all the best competitors dis-
play.
“Rodrigo has got a little edge to
him,” Philipopoulos said. “With him
and Brandon (along with Pessah out of
the backfield), we’ve got guys who can players returning. The list includes our offense looks, we’re excited about
out-jump DBs and make plays on the Gutierrez, Pessah and Will Scattini at our defense, too.”
outside, and it’s a big advantage to linebacker, Deke Marquardt at nose Philipopoulos expects his linemen to
have. There were literally times last guard and Kevin Kim at cornerback. It play well on both sides of the ball.
year when we threw the ball one, two all starts up front with Marquardt, a 6- Center Evan Bass and tackle Coby
times a game, so I think you’re going to 0, 260-pound senior who wreaks havoc Kelly spearhead a physical offensive
see a much more balanced team than virtually on every snap. line that looks to dominate the opposi-
we’ve been in previous years. We “He causes a lot of trouble (for tion this season. Bass and Kelly are
wanted to get to a point where every- offenses),” Philipopoulos said. “He’s effective because of their solid tech-
one in the building didn’t know what plays even bigger than he is and is one nique, power and tenacity. Guard Benji
we were going to do. We haven’t done DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS FILE of the fastest guys on our team. When Palu will provide additional support on
it yet, so it doesn’t mean a thing. But it Burlingame running back Ilan Lesov may be one of the best in CCS,but he you have a nose guard that can pene- the offensive line. The 5-10, 240-
definitely looks promising.” is hardly alone.Running backs Jordan Pessah and Dan Cuddy also return, trate and beat guys up front, that allows pounder is one of the few Burlingame
Burlingame’s defense also looks to along with starting quarterback Nik Gutierrez,giving the Panthers one of you to do a lot of things with your linemen in recent years to earn a start-
be effective, what with several impact the most experienced — and explosive — offensive backfields in the PAL. schemes defensively. As promising as ing position as a sophomore.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Tuesday • Aug. 24, 2010 15
Two talented juniors — Daniel

DONS
Continued from page 11
Mejia-Hernandez and Greg Lyons
— could be the wild cards for the
Dons. Hernandez, while only a soph-
LOUNGE
Continued from page 11
omore, saw time on the offensive
line last season and could move back
ball carrier this season. Sam in a pinch. The same could be said of Menlo
Pacholuk will also get plenty of “He’s not a Division I kid, but he School which over the last several
action carrying the ball. can play college football,” Sell said Coach: Steve Sell,11th year seasons has been one of the most
As far as the team’s home run hit- of Mejia-Hernandez. “He’s fast, he’s exciting and entertaining teams on
ter, look for Eder to take his cuts. strong, he’s tough. He’s going to be
2009 record: 7-5 overall,2-3 Bay the Peninsula.
“He is frigging exciting,” Sell said. good.” Returning starters: 12 The Lake Division should be wide
“He was good last year. He opened Lyons was called up for the play- Key returners: OL/DL Villiami Fukofuka (Sr.,5-11,280);OL/DL open this season, a year after
my eyes last year, but I thought he offs and he started both games at Hillsdale enjoyed a renaissance and
would be a little novelty. But he’s Derek White (Jr., 6-4, 225); DL/OL Tyler Outzen (Sr., 6-0, 215); captured its first Central Coast
tight end. RB/WR/DB Aaron Eder (Sr., 5-8, 160); OL/DL Etoni Tonga (Sr.,
good.” “If [opponents] stack up on the Section berth since the 1991 CCS
Of course, the key to a good run- line of scrimmage, we can bring in OL/DL); OL/DL Aneva Nunez-Mamea (Sr., 5-11, 270);WR/DB championship team. Most of the key
ning game is a solid offensive line two tight ends and stack up right Trevor McNeil (Sr.,6-1,190). components of that team graduated,
and, unlike last year, Sell believes his with them,” Sell said. “If someone Key newcomers: QB Anthony Nichols (Sr., 6-0, 170); QB/DB however, and with Carlmont and
big guys are back in the mold of pre- did that last year, we were out of Capuchino — two programs most
vious Aragon teams. Villiami Mo Tau (So.,5-11,175); RB/DB Sam Pacholuk (Jr.,5-10,190) coaches agree are sleeping giants —
luck.”
Fukofuka, an all-league selection last With enough talented bodies, Sell 2010 schedule (home games in CAPS): Sept. 10 — SAN in the mix, the Lake Division cham-
year, will anchor both the offensive should limit the need to have his big MATEO, 7 p.m.; Sept. 17 — @ Lincoln-SJ, 7 p.m.; pion might not be decided until the
and defensive lines. Aneva Nunez- men going both ways. While a cou- Sept.25 — @ Carlmont, 2 p.m.; Oct.1 — CA- final weekend.
Mamea returns at center while Derek ple of key offensive linemen might PUCHINO, 7 p.m.; Oct. 8 — @ Terra Nova, 8 Serra, once again, will play one of
White should be much improved see action on both offense and the most brutal schedules in Northern
after seeing some action last year as
p.m.;Oct.15 — MENLO-ATHERTON,3 p.m.;
defense, there are still a number of California, opening the season at
a sophomore. Oct.22 — @ Burlingame,8 p.m.;Oct.30 — home against De La Salle and going
key players who are planned to play
At 6-foot-4, 240 pounds, White is, only one way.
SACRED HEART PREP, 2 p.m.; Nov. 5 — @ on the road the following week to
Sell said, “a legitimate Division I One of those is Tyler Outzen, who King’s Academy, 7 p.m.; Nov. 12 — HILLS- Monte Vista-Danville, a perennial
prospect.” started last year on the offensive line DALE,7 p.m. North Coast Section title contender.
Jake Firestone will probably move before shifting to the other side of CSM begins its defense of its first
from tight end to a lineman position the ball during the season. Sell when he was called up midway ability makes him suit- NorCal Conference and Northern
this season, as well as Alex Medan. expects Outzen to start at defensive through the campaign. ed to the wing-T (offense, which California championships.
Sell also has the luxury of moving end this season. Mejia-Hernandez “Having an unsettled quarterback Aragon runs).” Expectations and confidence is sky
other pieces around to find the best and Lyons are penciled into the two (spot) is not a position you want to Other than the name on the front of high this season and, with an influx
starting five up front. starting inside linebacker positions be in,” Sell said. the jersey, opponents may not recog- of new talent, the Bulldogs don’t
“One of the strengths we do have as well. As is usually the case, each player nize the names on the backs of this expect to take a backseat to anyone.
is we have some depth on the line,” The Dons’ biggest question mark brings something different to the year’s Dons’ squad. No matter. Sell There are still basically two weeks
Sell said. “What frustrated me last is at arguably the most important table. Nichols is more of a tradition- will take his and line them up against until the season kicks off, and for
year was the inability to run the ball position on the field: quarterback. al, stand-in-the-pocket type of quar- yours and let the best team win. some teams, three weeks. Until then,
up the middle. We’re going to be bet- There is a two-way battle for the terback, while Tau is more in the “It’s going to be tough. … Look at we’ll try to give you the most up-to-
ter on the offensive line (this year), starting spot between senior Anthony mold of the current rage in high the Bay Division and tell me who is date information on your favorite
that’s the big thing. If we want to run Nichols and sophomore Mo Tau. school and college football: a great an easy game? I think everybody team.
the ball between the tackles, we can.” Nichols was the backup to Tuivailala athlete who may actually be more goes through the same process: can
Helping out with blocking and last year, while Tau became the first comfortable running with the ball. we beat any of these teams?” Sell
catching duties will be a plethora of freshman in school history to play in “Mo could make a great, great run- said. “I think we have a chance to be Nathan Mollat can be reached by e-mail:
tight ends from whom to choose. a varsity game (at defensive back) ning back,” Sell said. “His running better, for sure, than last year.”
nathan@smdailyjournal.com or by
phone: (650) 344-5200 ext. 117.
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TUE WED THUR FRI SAT SUN MON

24 25 26 27 28 29 30
MLS STANDINGS AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
vs. Reds vs.Reds OFF vs.Arizona vs.Arizona vs.Arizona vs.Rockies
East Division East Division
7:15 p.m.
CSN-BA HD
12:45 p.m.
CSN-BA HD
7:15 p.m.
CSN-BA HD
6:05 p.m.
NBC-11
1:05 p.m.
CSN-BA HD
7:15 p.m.
CSN-BA HD
EASTERN CONFERENCE W L Pct GB W L Pct GB
W L T Pts GF GA New York 77 48 .616 — Atlanta 73 52 .584 —
Tampa Bay 76 48 .613 1/2 Philadelphia 70 54 .565 2 1/2
@Cleveland @Cleveland @Cleveland @Texas @Texas @Texas @Yankees Columbus 12 5 4 40 31 20
Boston 72 54 .571 5 1/2 Florida 62 61 .504 10
4:05 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 12:05 p.m. 4:05 p.m. New York 10 7 4 34 25 23
CSN-CAL CSN-CAL CSN-CAL CSN-CAL CSN-CAL CSN-CAL CSN-CAL Toronto 65 59 .524 11 1/2 New York 62 62 .500 10 1/2
Toronto FC 7 8 5 26 22 25 Baltimore 44 81 .352 33 Washington 53 72 .424 20
Aug. 28 Sept. 5 Sept. 11 Sept. 15 Sept. 25 Sept. 29 Oct. 2 Chicago 6 6 6 24 26 26
Central Division Central Division
@ N.Y. @ Houston vs. Dallas vs.Philly @Toronto FC vs.Chicago @Columbus Kansas City 6 9 5 23 19 23
4:30 p.m 5:30 p.m.. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 8 p.m. 4:30 p.m. W L Pct GB W L Pct GB
CSN+ CSN-CAL ESPN 2 New England 6 11 3 21 20 33 Cincinnati 72 53 .576 —
Minnesota 72 53 .576 —
Philadelphia 4 11 5 17 23 36 Chicago 67 57 .540 4 1/2 St.Louis 68 54 .557 2 1/2
Aug. 28 Sept. 1 Sept. 5 Sept. 11 D.C. 4 14 3 15 15 35 Detroit 62 63 .496 10 Milwaukee 59 65 .476 13
@Atlanta @Sky Blue FC vs.Boston vs.Philly Playoffs TBA Houston 55 69 .444 17
Kansas City 53 72 .424 19
4 p.m. 4 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 5:30 p.m. Chicago 52 74 .413 21
FSC WESTERN CONFERENCE Cleveland 50 74 .403 21 1/2
Pittsburgh 41 84 .328 31 1/2
W L T Pts GF GA West Division
West Division
TRANSACTIONS TENNIS Los Angeles
Real Salt Lake
13 4 4 43 32 14
11 4 6 39 36 16 Texas
W
70
L
54
Pct
.565
GB

W L Pct GB
San Diego 74 49 .602 —
BASEBALL Pilot Pen Tournament FC Dallas 9 2 9 36 28 17 Los Angeles 62 63 .496 8 1/2 San Francisco 70 56 .557 5 1/2
BOSTON RED SOX—Claimed OF Johnny Damon A U.S.Open Series event San Jose 8 6 5 29 22 20 Oakland 61 62 .496 8 1/2 Colorado 64 60 .516 10 1/2
off waivers from Detroit. At The Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale Seattle 8 8 5 29 23 25 Seattle 49 76 .392 21 1/2
DETROIT TIGERS—Recalled OF Casper Wells from University in New Haven,Conn. Los Angeles 63 62 .504 12
Toledo (IL).Designated RHP Enrique Gonzalez for as- Purse: Men, $750,000 (WT250); Women, Colorado 7 6 7 28 22 21 Arizona 49 76 .392 26
signment. $600,000 (Premier) Houston 6 10 5 23 27 33 Monday’s results
NEW YORK YANKEES—Called up RHP Ivan Nova Surface: Hard-Outdoor Chivas USA 5 11 4 19 22 26 Detroit 12,Kansas City 3 Monday’s results
From Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (IL). Men’s Singles Toronto 3,N.Y.Yankees 2 Chicago Cubs 9,Washington 1
TEXAS RANGERS—Activated RHP Rich Harden First Round NOTE:Three points for victory,one point for tie.
Boston 6,Seattle 3 Houston 3,Philadelphia 2
and C Matt Treanor from the 15-day DL.Optioned Igor Andreev,Russia,def.Arnaud Clement,France,
C Taylor Teagarden to Oklahoma City (PCL).Placed 7-6 (2),6-3. Texas 4,Minnesota 0 St.Louis 10,Pittsburgh 2
Saturday’s results
RHP Scott Feldman on the 15-day DL. Peter Luczak, Australia, def. Leonardo Mayer, Ar- Tampa Bay at L.A.Angels,late Colorado 5,Atlanta 4
New York 4,Toronto FC 1
MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Released RHP David gentina,6-3,7-6 (4). Tuesday’s games San Francisco 11,Cincinnati 2
Riske. Mikhail Kukushkin, Kazakhstan, def. Simon Greul, San Jose 1,Los Angeles 0
Kansas City (Davies 6-7) at Detroit (Porcello 5-11), Tuesday’s games
PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Placed 1B-OF Jeff Germany,6-3,6-4. Columbus 3,Colorado 1 Chicago Cubs (Zambrano 4-6) at Washington (Lan-
Clement on the 15-day DL. Recalled LHP Justin 4:05 p.m.
Jan Hajek, Czech Republic, def. Dustin Brown, Ja- FC Dallas 1,Chivas USA 0
Thomas from Indianapolis (IL). maica,7-5,6-3. Oakland (G.Gonzalez 10-8) at Cleveland (Car- nan 5-5),4:05 p.m.
SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS—Designated INF Matt Houston 4,Chicago 3 mona 11-11),4:05 p.m. Houston (Norris 6-7) at Philadelphia (Hamels 7-10),
James Blake,United States,def.Pere Riba,Spain,6-
Downs for assignment.Placed RHP Guillermo Mota 0,6-1. Kansas City 4,New England 1 N.Y.Yankees (Moseley 3-2) at Toronto (Rzepczyn- 4:05 p.m.
on the 15-day DL.Claimed OF Cody Ross off waivers Jarkko Nieminen,Finland,def.Andreas Seppi,Italy, Sunday’s result ski 1-1),4:07 p.m. St.Louis (Wainwright 17-7) at Pittsburgh (Maholm
from the Florida Marlins. 6-3,6-4. D.C.United 2,Philadelphia 0 7-12),4:05 p.m.
Seattle (Pauley 2-4) at Boston (Beckett 3-3),4:10
BASKETBALL Daniel Brands,Germany,def.Lukasz Kubot,Poland,
Saturday,August 28 Florida (Jo.Johnson 11-5) at N.Y.Mets (Dickey 8-5),
Women’s National Basketball Association 6-4,2-6,7-5. Minnesota (Pavano 15-8) at Texas (C.Lewis 9-10),
FC Dallas at Columbus,1 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 4:10 p.m.
PHOENIX MERCURY—Signed G Diana Taurasi to Radek Stepanek, Czaech Republic, def. Pablo
a multiyear contract extension. Cuevas,Uruguay,6-0,6-4. Real Salt Lake at Toronto FC,4 p.m. Baltimore (Guthrie 7-12) at Chicago White Sox L.A. Dodgers (Lilly 7-8) at Milwaukee (Bush 6-10),
FOOTBALL Maximo Gonzalez, Argentina, def. Horacio Zebal- (Floyd 8-10),5:10 p.m. 5:10 p.m.
Philadelphia at New England,4:30 p.m.
ATLANTA FALCONS—Traded OL Quinn Ojinnaka los,Argentina,6-3,6-4. Atlanta (D.Lowe 11-11) at Colorado (De La Rosa 4-
Teimuraz Gabashvili,Russia,def.Potito Starace,Italy, San Jose at New York,4:30 p.m. Tampa Bay (W.Davis 9-9) at L.A.Angels (E.Santana
to New England for an undisclosed draft pick. 4),5:40 p.m.
BUFFALO BILLS—Signed TE J.P.Foschi.Waived DB 7-6 (3),7-5. Houston at Colorado,6:30 p.m. 13-8),7:05 p.m.
Arizona (R.Lopez 5-11) at San Diego (Richard 11-
John Destin. Benjamin Becker,Germany,def.Marco Chiudinelli, Kansas City at Los Angeles,7:30 p.m. AL LEADERS
5),7:05 p.m.
DENVER BRONCOS—Waived RB Toney Baker,OL Switzerland,7-6 (3),6-3. Chicago at Seattle FC,7:30 p.m. BATTING—Hamilton, Texas, .357; MiCabrera, De-
Kirk Barton and WR Patrick Carter. Lukas Lacko, Slovakia, def. Florent Serra, France, 6- Cincinnati (Tr.Wood 4-1) at San Francisco
Sunday,August 29 troit,.341;Mauer,Minnesota,.330;Cano,New York, (J.Sanchez 9-8),7:15 p.m.
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS—Released QB Tim Hiller. 1,7-6 (6).
Donald Young,United States,def.Stephane Robert, D.C.United at Chivas USA,7 p.m. .326;ABeltre,Boston,.325;DeJesus,Kansas City,.318; NL LEADERS
Signed RB Allen Patrick and DB Glenn Sharpe.
MIAMI DOLPHINS—Waived RB Tristan Davis, NT France,6-1,6-2. Saturday,September 4 ISuzuki,Seattle,.311;DelmYoung,Minnesota,.311. BATTING—Votto, Cincinnati, .323; Prado, Atlanta,
Travis Ivey and TE Kory Sperry. Evgeny Korolev,Kazakhstan,def.Frederico Gil,Por- RUNS—Teixeira,New York,92; MiCabrera,Detroit, .320;Pujols,St.Louis,.319;CGonzalez,Colorado,.318;
tugal,6-4,6-2. Seattle FC at New England,4:30 p.m.
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS—Waived RB P.J. Hill. 89; Crawford, Tampa Bay, 89; Jeter, New York, 88; Polanco,Philadelphia,.317; Byrd,Chicago,.306.
Signed RB DeShawn Wynn/ Women’s Singles Hamilton,Texas, 87; Cano, New York, 85; JBautista, RUNS—BPhillips,Cincinnati,87;Pujols,St.Louis,86;
NEW YORK JETS—Placed DE Ropati Pitoitua on
injured reserve.
First Round
Dominika Cibulkova,Slovakia,def.Melanie Oudin, WNBA PLAYOFFS Toronto,83.
RBI—MiCabrera, Detroit, 103; ARodriguez, New
Votto,Cincinnati,86;Prado,Atlanta,84;Weeks,Mil-
PITTSBURGH STEELERS—Signed LB Matt Stew- United States,6-2,5-7,6-4. waukee,84;Uggla,Florida,83;CGonzalez,Colo,79.
art.Released WR Isaiah Williams. Elena Dementieva (4), Russia, def.Maria Jose Mar- CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS York, 97; JBautista,Toronto, 95; Guerrero,Texas, 91; RBI—Pujols, St. Louis, 92; Votto, Cincinnati, 86;
ST.LOUIS RAMS—Signed WR Danario Alexander. tinez Sanchez,Spain,6-1,6-2. (Best-of-3) Hamilton,Texas, 89;Teixeira, New York, 89; DelmY- Howard,Philadelphia,82;McGehee,Milwaukee,82;
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS—Released WR Mike Hass. Kateryna Bondarenko, Ukraine, def. Petra Kvitova, EASTERN CONFERENCE
oung,Minnesota,88. DWright,New York,81;CGonzalez,Colorado,80;Ad-
Signed WR Brandon Jones. Czech Republic,7-5,6-3. Washington vs.Atlanta
Nadia Petrova (8), Russia, def.Varvara Lepchenko, Wednesday, Aug. 25 — Atlanta at Washington, 4 HITS—Hamilton, Texas, 169; ISuzuki, Seattle, 161; Gonzalez,San Diego,79; Uggla,Florida,79.
HOCKEY HITS—Prado,Atlanta,149;BPhillips,Cincinnati,147;
ATLANTA THRASHERS—Re-signed F Bryan Little. United States,1-6,7-5,6-1. p.m. Cano,New York,156; ABeltre,Boston,153; MiCabr-
DETROIT RED WINGS—Agreed to terms with F Bethanie Mattek-Sands,United States,def.Alexan- Friday,Aug.27 — Washington at Atlanta,4:30 p.m. era, Detroit, 150; MYoung, Texas, 146; AJackson, Pujols, St. Louis, 146; CGonzalez, Colorado, 143;
Justin Abdelkader on a two-year contract. dra Dulgheru,Romania,6-2,6-1. Sunday,Aug.29 — Atlanta at Washington,1 p.m.,if Detroit,144; Jeter,New York,144. Braun, Milwaukee, 142; Byrd, Chicago, 141;Weeks,
PHOENIX COYOTES—Named Brian Pellerin assis- Sara Errani,Italy,def.Zheng Jie,China,6-1,6-2. necessary Milwaukee,139.
Women’s Doubles New York vs.Indiana DOUBLES—Longoria,Tampa Bay,40;Markakis,Bal-
tant coach of San Antonio (AHL). DOUBLES—Werth, Philadelphia, 42; ATorres, San
First Round Thursday,Aug.26 — Indiana at New York,4 p.m. timore,39;Mauer,Minnesota,39;MiCabrera,Detroit,
COLLEGE 38; Hamilton,Texas, 38; ABeltre, Boston, 37;VWells, Francisco, 39; Holliday, St. Louis, 34; Loney, Los An-
NORTHEAST CONFERENCE—Named Kevin Hsieh Su-wei,Taiwan, and Peng Shuai, China, def. Sunday,Aug.29 — New York at Indiana,5 p.m.
Maria Kondratieva,Russia,and Vladimira Uhlirova, Wednesday, Sept. 1 — Indiana at New York, 4:30 Toronto,37. geles,33; Prado,Atlanta,32; ASoriano,Chicago,32;
Sanchez assistant director of events and opera- 7 tied at 31.
tions. Czech Republic,6-2,7-6 (7). p.m.,if necessary HOME RUNS—JBautista, Toronto, 40; MiCabrera,
COLGATE—Named Andrew Watkins men’s assis- HOME RUNS—Pujols, St. Louis, 33; ADunn,Wash-
Detroit,31;Konerko,Chicago,31;Hamilton,Texas,28;
tant lacrosse coach. WESTERN CONFERENCE ington, 31; Votto, Cincinnati, 29; Uggla, Florida, 28;
DUQUESNE—Named Lindsay Richards women’s
assistant basketball coach.
ANNOUNCEMENTS Seattle vs.Los Angeles
Wednesday,Aug.25 — Los Angeles at Seattle,8 p.m.
DOrtiz,Boston,27;Teixeira,New York,27;Cano,New
York,25.
MarReynolds, Arizona, 27; Fielder, Milwaukee, 25;
AdGonzalez, San Diego, 25; CGonzalez, Colorado,
MANHATTAN—Named Sonya Burke women’s as- San Mateo High School is looking for a boys’ Saturday,Aug.28 — Seattle at Los Angeles,12 p.m. STOLEN BASES—Pierre, Chicago, 49; Crawford, 25.
sociate head basketball coach. varsity soccer coach for the 2010-2011 season. Tuesday,Aug.31 — Los Angeles at Seattle,7 p.m.,if Tampa Bay, 41; RDavis, Oakland, 36; Gardner, New
necessary STOLEN BASES—Bourn, Houston, 42; Morgan,
MUHLENBERG—Named Marisa DeStasio softball Contact Jeff Scheller at 650-558-2338.Please apply York,35;BUpton,Tampa Bay,35;Figgins,Seattle,32;
coach. Phoenix vs.San Antonio Washington,31;Pagan,New York,30;JosReyes,New
online at www.edjoin.org ISuzuki,Seattle,31.
NEBRASKA—Announced men’s basketball G Bo Sacred Heart Prep is seeking a girls’junior varsity Thursday,Aug.26 — San Antonio at Phoenix,6 p.m. York,28; AMcCutchen,Pittsburgh,26.
Spencer is transferring from LSU. basketball coach. All interested candidates please Saturday,Aug.28 — Phoenix at San Antonio,10 a.m. PITCHING—Sabathia,New York,17-5;Price,Tampa PITCHING—Jimenez,Colorado,17-4;Wainwright,
SACRED HEART—Named Randy Brochu assistant contact Athletic Director Frank Rodriguez at (650) Monday,Aug.30 — San Antonio at Phoenix,7 p.m., Bay, 15-5; CBuchholz, Boston, 15-5; PHughes, New St. Louis, 17-7; Halladay, Philadelphia, 16-8; CCar-
director of athletic communications. 473-4031 or frodriguez@shschools.org. if necessary York,15-5; Pavano,Minnesota,15-8. penter,St.Louis,14-4;THudson,Atlanta,14-5.

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Help your heart with exercise


By Eric Heiden weight and doesn’t tire as easily. A it accomplishes so much more
TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES strong heart muscle pumps more with each beat that it requires
blood, so it requires fewer beats, fewer beats. Your heart rate goes
Flat abs and bulging biceps are hence the lower heart rate of ath- down. With fewer beats, your heart
improvements brought on by exer- letes. And it doesn’t tire as fast. is relaxed more often and thus
cise. Less visible but more signifi- Fewer beats also mean the heart receives more oxygen. For this
cant are the structural improve- itself receives more blood, because reason, you need to start exercise
ments aerobic exercise make to the blood vessels that serve your slowly and build gradually to give
your heart — improvements that heart can only fill when it’s your heart time to build a better
can take you from feeling like a relaxed — between beats. The system.
junker car to purring like a Ferrari. relaxation phase of a beating heart Exercise also improves your sec-
With aerobic exercise, your takes up two-thirds of each cycle, ond heart — the mechanism by
heart’s left ventricle — the cham- the contraction about one-third. which blood is returned to your
ber that pumps blood out to your This means your heart gets oxygen heart, primarily through the
body — grows larger and holds 70 percent of the time and is squeezing action of your muscles.
more blood. The average adult left deprived of it 30 percent of the With exercise, your muscles
ventricle holds about 120 milli- time. When you start to exercise, at squeeze better and send more
liters (about half a cup), and first your heart rate goes up and blood back to your heart. The
pumps out 55-60 percent of its the contraction phase takes up half amount of blood your muscles
contents with each beat — 66-72 your heart’s time. Now your heart return to your heart determines
milliliters (about a quarter of a is getting oxygen only 50 percent how well you refill your left ven-
cup). Aerobically fit hearts pump of the time — quite a challenge, tricle, and that determines how
out 65 percent, a bonus teaspoon especially when you consider that much blood gets pumped to your
to a tablespoon with every beat. your heart’s work increases body.
This adds up. When sedentary, sharply with exercise. Without your second heart at
your body survives on about a gal- The increased demands placed work, your left ventricle doesn’t
lon and a third of blood per on the untrained heart early in an refill adequately and your heart
minute. At maximum aerobic exercise program coupled with the cannot supply adequate blood to
effort, you pump three times that reduced amount of time the heart your body. Think about a brides-
— four gallons — and, when in itself gets blood are among the rea- maid in a wedding or a soldier in
top condition, that doubles again, sons exercise can produce symp- formation, standing completely
so your body receives up to eight toms for people with silent heart still for prolonged periods, with no
gallons of freshly oxygenated disease. muscle action to return blood to
blood per minute. As you continue to exercise, the heart. Less blood to the heart
The ventricle wall also thickens however, your body naturally reg- means less output to the brain. And
proportionally to the increase in ulates your heart. Your heart grows this can cause blood pressure — TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES
the chamber’s size. A strong and thickens and pumps a greater and the bridesmaid or the soldier With aerobic exercise,your heart’s left ventricle — the chamber that pumps
biceps allows you to lift more volume of blood per beat. In time — to suddenly drop. blood out to your body — grows larger and holds more blood.
18 Tuesday • Aug. 24, 2010 HEALTH THE DAILY JOURNAL

Create a green,healthy nursery for baby


By Lisa Tsakos
TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICE

As Kermit the Frog admits, “It’s


not easy being green,” but creating
a healthy space for your infant is
easier today than ever before. Here
are a recommendations from opt for, air it out by an open win-
www.NaturallySavvy.com. dow or fan for several weeks
before it’s used by baby. An organ-
PAINT: ic mattress is typically made of
Paint the walls of your nursery rubber on the inside with organic
and furniture with VOC-free paint. wool as a fiber barrier, and is cov-
Paints can produce significant off- ered in organic cotton.
gassing in your home. Most VOCs
(volatile organic compounds) are
SLING:
released while the paint is drying Look for a baby sling made from
(about three days if the tempera- organic cotton. Try it on for size
ture and humidity is moderate). (with baby in tow) before you buy,
Naturally-derived paints, like milk and give your baby at least a week
paints and whitewashes are eco- to get used to it.
friendly and the safest option but
they aren’t very durable. TOYS, TEETHERS, PACIFIERS:
Look for BPA-free products.
LINENS: Teethers and stuffed animals made
Crib sheets, mattress covers, from organic materials are avail-
bassinette covers and changing able at most stores.
pad covers made from organic
fibers are now available almost BODY CARE:
everywhere. Purchase plain linens A wide range of safe and natural TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES
that aren’t made with chemical products are available for infants. Purchase plain linens not made with chemical dyes or other chemicals.
dyes or other chemicals. Purchase petroleum- and paraben-
free body wash, shampoo and dia- Select products made with bottles and sippy cups, and steer quite caught up to Europe when it
MATTRESS: per cream. biodegradable and natural ingredi- clear of plastic. Avoiding BPA may comes to making a “green” diaper.
ents, or clean the nursery and fur- not be enough. Phthalates and Look for stores that import eco-
A regular crib mattress will off- niture with gentler products such other dangers also lurk in plastics. friendly brands like Delora, or
gas. An organic mattress costs at CLEANING PRODUCTS: as baking soda, vinegar and liquid order them on line.
least $75 more than a conventional Cleaning products are among the soap. Wash baby’s clothes with a DIAPER AND WIPES: Conventional diaper wipes are
mattress (some brands are much most toxic substances that can be mild, natural cleanser, like Seventh full of chemicals that are unsafe
Generation or Ecover and skip the Diapers made with organic cot-
more expensive), but an organic found in the average home. Toxic for the baby’s skin. Wipes made
chemical dryer sheets. ton are available everywhere; but
mattress cover is even more impor- chemicals used in cleaning agents with natural ingredients are widely
take it one step further and pur-
tant than the mattress itself (and is have been implicated in the rising available and only slightly more
less costly). incidence of asthma, autism, child- FEEDING SUPPLIES: chase compostable diapers.
expensive.
American manufacturers haven’t
Whichever type of mattress you hood cancer and leukemia. Opt for stainless steel or glass
THE DAILY JOURNAL HEALTH Tuesday • Aug. 24, 2010 19
Are the eggs at my supermarket safe?
By Stephenie Nano were packaged as far back as four ria, and the strain involved in the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS months ago, so it’s likely that many outbreak is the most common kind,
of the eggs have already been accounting for about 20 percent of
Two large Iowa farms have eaten. If you have any suspect car- all such food poisonings.
recalled 550 million eggs because tons, return them to the store or Q: Are the eggs sold at my gro-
of possible contamination with sal- throw them out. cery store safe?
The Wright County Egg recall A: Recalled eggs should have

Headed to ER? Some


monella. Investigators from the
Food and Drug Administration are extends back to May 15; the been removed from store shelves.
trying to find the cause of the out- Hillandale recall goes back to April But you can check the FDA web-
break, but so far haven’t pinpointed 9. site http://bit.ly/9yambn for the
the source. Q: How many brands involved and double-check
Q: A half-billion — isn’t that a
lot of eggs?
A: Well, yes and no. Those 550
million eggs might seem like a lot.
people

ten sick?
A: No
have
actually got-
the egg carton.
Q: Can you tell by looking at
the shell or egg if there’s salmo-
nella?
posting wait times
By Lauran Neergaard
But that’s less than 1 percent of A: No, there’s no way to tell.
the roughly 80 billion But consumers shouldn’t buy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “The longer people
eggs sold in their shell dirty or cracked eggs. stay in the emergency
each year, accord- Q: Then should I just WASHINGTON Need an X-ray department,the more
ing to the United skip eggs to be safe? or stitches? Online, via text message
A: As long as or flashing on a billboard, some likely they’re going to
Egg Producers,
an industry they’re not on the emergency rooms are advertising have complications,
g r o u p . recall list, eggs how long the dreaded wait for care deaths.If they’re elderly,
should be OK. And will be, with estimates updated
Americans
every few minutes. they’re more likely to end
consume thoroughly cook-
about 220 ing them can kill It’s a marketing move aimed at up in a nursing home.”
million eggs the bacteria. But less urgent patients, not the true
while federal emergencies that automatically go — Dr.Nick Jouriles
a day, based
on industry investigators to the front of the line anyway —
and shouldn’t waste precious min- Prevention. A disturbing report last
estimates. continue
utes checking the wait. year from Congress’ investigative
Q: Is the out- their work,
“If you’re in a car accident, you’re arm found too often, patients who
break likely to the FDA’s
not going to flip open your iPhone should have been seen immediately
spread? o n e Hamburg said
and see what the wait times are,” waited nearly a half hour. Add in
A: There’s no sign at this knows for sure. consumers
cautions Dr. Sandra Schneider, pres- tests and treatment, and a trip to the
point that there are more than the Officials say it could should strictly
ident-elect of the American College ER can easily last three or four
two farms involved, Food and Drug be as many as 1,300 so avoid “runny egg
of Emergency Physicians. hours.
Administration chief Margaret far. The Centers for Disease yolks for mopping up with
Despite that fledgling trend, ERs So why post wait times that might
Hamburg said Monday. The recalls Control and Prevention saw a spike toast.”
are getting busier, forcing them to encourage people who otherwise
started earlier this month when in illnesses from a specific strain of Q: How do eggs get infected
try innovative tactics to cut delays could have tried an urgent-care cen-
Iowa’s Wright County Egg recalled salmonella in May. with salmonella?
— such as stationing doctors at the ter?
a total of 380 million eggs after Through the end of July, there A: Salmonella bacteria can get
front door to get a jump-start on cer- There are no statistics on how
some cases of salmonella poison- were about 2,000 cases — that’s on the outside of the shell from
tain patients. many hospitals advertise wait times,
ing were traced back to eggs from about 1,300 more than would be fecal matter. Or it can be inside the
And in 2012, hospitals are sup- although they tend to have multiple
its farms. Then last Friday, a sec- expected for that three-month peri- egg if the chicken is infected. Eggs
posed to begin reporting to ERs in a region, usually the suburbs.
ond Iowa farm, Hillandale Farms, od. That’s where the 1,300 figure are washed and disinfected to deal
Medicare how fast their ERs move The idea: People with less urgent
announced the recall of more than comes from, although some of the with the dirt and germs on shells,
certain patients through, a first step conditions — maybe they need
170 million eggs after tests con- excess cases may not be tied to this and some producers vaccinate
at increasing quality of care across stitches for a cut — might drive a bit
firmed salmonella. outbreak. chicks against salmonella.
the board. farther for a shorter wait, possibly
Q: Did the eggs get sent to my The number is likely to grow Infected hens, rodents or tainted
“The longer people stay in the helping a hospital chain spread the
state? since it can take weeks for reports feed could be the source of the out-
emergency department, the more load without losing easier cases to
A: The eggs went to stores or to be filed. breaks, according to Patrick
likely they’re going to have compli- competitors.
distributors in mostly western or Q: Has anyone died in this out- McDonough, a food safety expert
cations, deaths. If they’re elderly, Akron General, for instance, has
midwestern states, and were break? at Cornell University in Ithaca,
they’re more likely to end up in a four medical centers about a half-
shipped nationwide under a variety A: No deaths have been reported. N.Y. Salmonella is not passed from
nursing home,” says Dr. Nick hour apart. One afternoon last week,
of brand names. Recalled eggs The most common symptoms of hen to hen, but usually from rodent
Jouriles, emergency medicine chief the posted wait from check-in to
have a specific plant number and salmonella are diarrhea, abdominal droppings to chickens, he said.
at Akron General Hospital in Ohio, seeing a physician at the main
packaged date on the carton; check cramps and fever within eight The two Iowa farms share suppli-
among the hospitals that post esti- downtown campus was 53 minutes,
the FDA website to see if your eggs hours to 72 hours of eating a con- ers of young chickens and feed. On
mated wait times. while suburban locations were less
have been recalled: taminated product. It can be life- Monday, an FDA official said the
ER visits hit a new high of more than 20. Jouriles is beginning a
http://bit.ly/9yambn threatening, especially to those hatchery that supplies the farms has
than 123 million in 2008, up from study to see if the postings make a
Q: How far back does the recall with weakened immune systems. been certified salmonella-free. That
117 million a year earlier, says pre- difference in patient volume, the
go? Salmonella is the most common suggests that the contamination
liminary data released this month by total time spent in the ER and satis-
A: Eggs included in the recall form of food poisoning from bacte- may have occurred at the farms.
the Centers for Disease Control and faction.
20 Tuesday • Aug. 24, 2010 DATEBOOK THE DAILY JOURNAL

TUESDAY, AUG. 24
Calendar Mexico woman crowned Miss Universe
By Oskar Garcia last of 83 contestants standing in must be sure to teach them the val-
Award-winning musical ‘The Light
Make Your Own Jigsaw Puzzle at in the Piazza,’ featuring Broadway THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the headline-grabbing pageant on ues that we learned as a family.”
Little House. 9 a.m. to noon. Little veterans and regional favorite per- the Las Vegas Strip. First runner-up was Miss
House Wood Shop, 800 Middle Ave., formers. Tickets run from $27 to $42.
Menlo Park. Learn how to use wood- Plays until Sept. 19. For tickets and LAS VEGAS — A Her one-strap gown flowed Jamaica Yendi Phillipps, while sec-
working tools and complete your information visit www.theatre- 22-year-old Mexico behind her while she walked as she ond runner-up was Miss Australia
own jigsaw puzzle. For more infor- works.org. woman has won the held it out like a cape. Earlier, she Jesinta Campbell.
mation call 326-2025.
THURSDAY, AUG. 26 Miss Universe pageant smiled in a violet bikini as she con- Navarrete is Mexico’s second
Quentin Kopp visits Twin Pines. 10 AARP 55-Alive Mature Driving after donning a flowing fidently strutted across the stage. Miss Universe; Lupita Jones of
a.m. Twin Pines Senior and Class. 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Belmont
Community Center, 20 Twin Pines Twin Pines Senior and Community red gown and telling an Asked by Olympic gold-medal Mexico won the title in 1991. She
Lane, Belmont. Former California Center, 20 Twin Pines Lane, audience that it’s important figure skater Evan Lysacek how replaces Miss Universe 2009
state senator and retired judge Belmont. Refresh your knowledge of to teach kids family val- she felt about unsupervised Stefania Fernandez of Venezuela.
Quentin Kopp will talk about his life. the ‘Rules of the Road’ and get a dis-
Free. For more information call 595- count on your auto insurance. $12 fee ues. Internet use, she said the Internet is Navarrete’s win thwarted Miss
7444. for AARP members or $14 for non- Jimena Navarrete of important but parents need to be Venezuela Marelisa Gibson from
AARP members. For more informa- Guadalajara was first careful and watch over their kids. giving the South American country
Stroke Lecture Series. 11 a.m. to tion and to reserve your space call
12:30 p.m. South San Francisco 595-7444. to answer an inter- “I do believe that Internet is and a third consecutive win. Neither
Public Library, 840 W. Orange Ave. view question indispensable, necessary tool for Gibson nor Miss USA Rima Fakih
Speaker Peter Nelson, MD. For more Fall Prevention-Wellness Monday night and the
information and to RSVP call 565- Screening. 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Twin the present time,” she said. “We made the top 15 finalists.
8485. Pines Senior and Community Center,
or installing metal detectors were never “It’s a serious thing that happened.
CHANGES
20 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont. Come
Lunch at Twin Pines. 11:30 a.m. and join the discussion about lifestyle And, we haven’t forgotten,” she said.
Twin Pines Senior and Community adjustments that can help to prevent
made into realities, however, since it
Center, 20 Twin Pines Lane, falls. Reservations required. Free. didn’t seem like the right message. An interesting outcome has been a re-
Belmont. Come join us for a healthy For more information call 595-7444. Instead, the emphasis has been on com- vamping of social services.
lunch and make new friends. $3 Continued from page 1 munity: Knowing who should be on During the investigation, it became
donation for 60 or over $6 for all Lunch at Twin Pines. 11:30 a.m.
other guest. For more information Twin Pines Senior and Community campus, who to talk to if things are a lit- clear Youshock’s attack had been
please call 595-7444. Center, 20 Twin Pines Lane, said Superintendent Scott Laurence. tle off and what to do in an emergency. planned for some time. He ordered the
Belmont. Come join us for a healthy
Dancing on the Square. 6 p.m. to 8 lunch and make new friends. $3 San Mateo resident, and former Talk of security precautions now in explosive material, he built bombs while
p.m. Courthouse Square, 2200 donation for 60 or over $6 for all Hillsdale student, Alexander Youshock is place ironically began just before telling his mother he was constructing
Broadway, Redwood City. Learn how other guest. For more information alleged to have detonated two pipe Youshock walked on campus strapped model rockets and — perhaps most
to dance the Rumba with Arthur please call 595-7444.
Murray. Free. For more information
bombs made with black powder on cam- with ammunition. School officials previ- chillingly — videotaped himself making
v i s i t Chuck Wagon barbecue luncheon. pus on the morning of Aug. 24, 2009 ously discussed placing walkie talkies in the weapons, according to sources.
www.redwoodcity.org/events/danc- Noon to 1:30 p.m. San Mateo Senior shortly after 8 a.m., forcing the evacua-
ing. Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, all the classrooms to increase communi- Revelations about his mindset led to
San Mateo. Join us for our summer- tion of 1,270 students and staff to a near- cation — a change that has since been questions of how such a student could
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25 time barbecue. $16. For more infor- by middle school. He allegedly had eight made, said Florence House Principal fall through the cracks.
AARP 55-Alive Mature Driving mation call 522-7499. other live pipe bombs on a vest along
Class. 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Belmont Cheryl Lawton. Adding walkie talkies To answer those concerns, a wellness
Twin Pines Senior and Community End of Life Decisions seminar. with a sword and chain saw nicknamed came with practiced protocols to effi- center was created. Interns were added
Center, 20 Twin Pines Lane, Noon to 1 p.m. 1528 S. El Camino “Collie.” Described as a “cold-blooded ciently share information quickly. to offer extra help to those who may
Belmont. Refresh your knowledge of Real, Suite 301, San Mateo. Come
the ‘Rules of the Road’ and get a dis- receive expert information on ‘How plan of execution” by San Mateo Police A few security cameras were installed need additional help outside the class-
count on your auto insurance. $12 fee to save on Cemetery Property Costs’ Chief Susan Manheimer, Youshock room. Now, students, parents and
and other end of life decisions. Free. the week of the bombing, a few more
for AARP members or $14 for non- allegedly walked onto campus specifi-
AARP members. For more informa- For more information call372-0795. have since been added. employees alike know to report someone
cally targeting a teacher and an aide and
tion and to reserve your space call “We never thought we needed them,” who may need help or a possible fight,
595-7444. Movies at Little House. 1:30 p.m. also planned to attack as many others as
Little House Auditorium, 800 Middle possible. said Lawton. someone picking on another kid. All
Early Memory Loss Wellness Ave., Menlo Park. Come and watch
Youshock’s alleged plan fell short The focus district-wide has since been those little things that went unnoticed
Program. 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. the film adaptation of Shakespeare’s
‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream.’ $2 when teacher Kennet Santana used a put on communication, specifically cre- are starting to be reported routinely.
Rosenor House, 500 Arbor Road,
Menlo Park. A program for people for members, $3 for non-members. bear hug maneuver to get control of him. ating a centralized communication cen- While things on campus are seeming-
experiencing changes in memory or For more information call 326-2025. ter should an intruder enter campus. This ly back to normal, Youshock’s fate is still
mild Cognitive Impairment. $20 per Principal Jeff Gilbert and counselor Ed
session. For more information e-mail Dreams from the Monster Factory. Canda helped hold down the former stu- location should include a phone line, uncertain.
sevans@peninsulavolunteers.org. 2 p.m. Peninsula Jewish Community
dent until police arrived. computer access which allows someone Youshock was charged as an adult
Center, 800 Foster City Blvd., Foster
City. Talk by nationally recognized The event gained national media atten- to bring up school records and use secu- with two counts of attempted murder,
Lunch at Twin Pines. 11:30 a.m.
Twin Pines Senior and Community expert in criminal justice and author tion but also generated safety concerns rity cameras, ability to notify parents two counts of possessing deadly
Center, 20 Twin Pines Lane, Sunny Schwartz, who directs the and a public address system. Elements weapons, possessing a destructive
Belmont. Come join us for a healthy design and operation of prisoner pro- for the campus located in a residential
lunch and make new friends. $3 grams in six county jails. $4. For neighborhood. Despite this, support for of the plan have been implemented, but device on public property, use of an
more information call 212-PJCC or the center itself is not yet up and run- explosive device in an act of terrorism
donation for 60 or over $6 for all
visit pjcc.org. the staff also emerged. Letters of grati-
other guest. For more information
tude for the staff are in the main office ning. and two counts of exploding a destruc-
please call 595-7444. A Month for Artists at Little now. There are even drawings of little “There is now a heightened awareness tive device with the intent to commit
House. 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Little
City Talk Toastmaster Club House, 800 Middle Ave., Menlo characters dubbed the “Heroes of based on things we did well,” said murder. He pled not guilty in September.
Meeting. 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Park. Workshop for individual artists Gilbert. Last week, a judge agreed to postpone
Redwood City Main Library, 1044 Hillsdale.”
to work with artists and art organiza- Many of these changes — security the competency trial for 18-year-old
Middlefield Road, Redwood City. tions to find opportunities for exhibit- “Fortunately for us, the question was
Join us in a friendly and supportive ing, networking, sharing of ideas, what went right?” said Sandy Calvo, cameras, digital emergency contact Youshock. Defense attorney Jonathan
atmosphere to improve your commu- teaching and more. $7 per session,
nication and leadership skills. Free. $20 for all workshops in August (held principal of the Kyoto House, one of the information, working closely with McDougall wanted one court-appointed
For more information call (202) 390- every Thursday). For more informa- small schools within the school. police, actively practicing drills — are doctor who found Youshock incompe-
7555. tion call 326-2025. Gilbert noted a natural call for worked on district-wide, since an emer- tent to submit an updated evaluation.
Free Home Buyer Workshop. 5:45 Free Plant Clinic. 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. increased security followed the bomb- gency could happen on any campus, The trial is now scheduled for Sept. 27.
p.m. to 7 p.m. Wells Fargo Home Near the south-west corner of the ing. Kindylee Stump, director of alternative Youshock remains in custody on no-
Mortgage, 900 Veterans Blvd., Suite intersection of Laurel and San Carlos bail status.
210, Redwood City. Get solid infor- avenues, Sister City Lane, San Ideas like fencing in the entire campus programs and attendance/welfare.
mation about what it takes to buy a Carlos. Bring a plant sample of a
home in today’s new world of real problem plant and get advice from a years after being caught driving drunk Hill wanted to give judges the ability
estate. Free. For more information
call 888-9268.

Beginning Internet. 6 p.m. East Palo


Alto Library, 2415 University Ave.
Master Gardener. Free. For more
information call 592-0763.
Strategies for Advance Residential
Real Estate Investing. 7 p.m. to 9
DUI
Continued from page 1
for a seventh time back in 2004. Simon
got his eighth DUI for an incident in
January 2009 when he drove the wrong
to revoke a person’s driver’s license for-
ever after three drunken-driving offenses
but the Appropriations Committee
Learn about web browsers, search p.m. Reliance Realty Group, 155 way into a parking lot at a shopping cen- decided in June that the bill would add a
engines and internet safety. Free. For Bovet Road, San Mateo. Learn
more information call 321-7712. proven methods of advance real ter on De Anza Boulevard in San Mateo, $10 million annual burden to the state by
estate investing. Free. For more Schwarzenegger, who is expected to
ignoring a “do not enter” sign. sending people to prison at a time it
College Admissions: Navigating the information contact the REI Circle at sign the bill, according to Hill’s office.
admin@reicircle.com. Simon drove over several marked faces a $19 billion deficit.
Financial Aid Process. 6:15 p.m. to AB 1601 targets habitual repeat DUI
7:45 p.m. East Palo Alto Library,
offenders who continue to break the law parking stalls and parked his car “AB 1601 would allow California to
2415 University Ave., East Palo Alto. crookedly in a spot before walking into a take over 10,000 repeat DUI offenders
Come learn how to navigate the com- despite drug treatment programs, fines,
plex route to college with a free pres- imprisonment and existing license revo- Starbucks coffee shop, where two off the road each year for up to 10 years
entation by Dr. Stone, a college California Highway Patrol officers had — a major victory for public safety,”
admissions consultant with a Ph.D in cation, Hill said.
Education from UC Berkeley. Free. The bill is supported by the California observed his bad driving. Hill said.
For more information call 321-7712. A breath test showed his blood-alco- A third of DUI arrests are repeat
Highway Patrol, California District
Emergency Response Team train- Attorneys Association and California hol level was .22 percent, almost three offenders, according to the National
ing. 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. San Mateo State Sheriff’s Association, among oth- times the .08 percent level that consti- Highway Traffic Study Administration,
Department Emergency Operations
Center, 200 Franklin Parkway. Join ers. tutes drunken driving. and more than 300,000 Californians
this six-week course, for adults 18 Hill was inspired by who he calls the “It is critical to get multiple offenders have three or more DUI arrests, Hill
years and older, where participants
are trained in emergency skills that “poster child” of drunken drivers, out of their cars,” Hill said. said.
will include earthquake prepared- William Scott Simon, a Belmont resi- Hill introduced the bill back in More than 44,000 people in California
ness, disaster response, basic medical December with the original language have been busted for drunken driving
care and more. Free. For more infor- dent who was sent to prison late last year
mation call 522-7960. after racking up his eighth DUI. proposing even tougher penalties for five or more times, according to the
Simon had his license suspended four repeat offenders. NHTSA.
Shanghai: ‘Art of the City.’ 7 p.m.
Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave.
February to the three officers to delay shifting its problems to school districts.

MONEY
Featuring more than 130 oil paint-
ings, furniture, rugs, revolutionary $2.5 billion a month in payments to
posters and more. Free. For more “What started as not a big deal from
information call 697-7607. schools and $400 million in monthly one day to the next is now delaying $10
Continued from page 1 payments to counties during October, billion from schools for many months
Beatles Tribute. 8 p.m. Angelicas
Bistro, 863 Main St., Redwood City. November and December to help man- and school districts still have to meet
Beatles tribute preformed by Ticket age cash flow.
To Ride. $10. For more information California’s $19 billion budget shortfall payroll,” Wells said.
call 365-3226. The step came on top of a July defer-
has dragged on for nearly two months. ral of $2.5 billion for schools and $700 The governor’s finance spokesman
Theatreworks presents ‘The Light Controller John Chiang has warned million for counties. H.D. Palmer said most school districts
in the Piazza.’ 8 p.m. Mountain View
Center for the Performing Arts, 500 that the state could again issue IOUs, Bob Wells, executive director of the should be able to endure the delayed
Castro St., Mountain View. perhaps as soon as the end of August. Association of California School payments because the state issued the
Theatreworks presents the Tony
The Legislature gave authority in Administrators, said the state is only notification within the same fiscal year.
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Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2010 immediately that you can’t afford will put you in the poor-
house. Don’t allow your sense of value to be distorted.
Even if you prefer to be independent or a loner in the year
ahead, much of what you hope to accomplish might, in real- PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) - If you and another cannot
ity, be more successful with the help of another. Don’t give agree on something important, get a third party whom you
into being a recluse, but do what’s best for the success of both respect and trust to arbitrate the situation, rather than let
your ideas. one give into the other, giving rise to bad feeling.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - It’s good to be your own person, ARIES (March 21-April 19) - Topics or projects about which
but not to the point of being uncooperative in things that you have little or no interest aren’t likely to receive your full
could be mutually advantageous for you as well as for all con- attention, if any. Consequently, you may not get something
cerned. Don’t trip yourself up. essential taken care of.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) - Good planning is generally TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - If you can’t play a competitive,
required in areas where you hope to be productive and suc- social game just for the fun of it, perhaps it would be better
cessful. If you don’t know what you’re doing, but attempt it not to get involved at all. Should winning become too impor-
anyway, you’ll set yourself up for failure. tant, you could be a poor sport.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) - Normally you are someone GEMINI (May 21-June 20) - It’s nice to help out another
who likes to be helpful and very cooperative when the situa- at work, but make sure you’re not just being jockeyed and
tion calls for it. However, you might agree to help when your manipulated by a person who uses people like puppets in a
better judgment warns you against doing so. marionette show.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) - Important competitive CANCER (June 21-July 22) - Don’t allow yourself to get
situations must be realistically analyzed before entering the dragged into a discussion on a subject about which you know
fray. If you don’t take the time to know your competition, little, in hopes of bluffing your way through. The chances of
you’re destined to lose. you succeeding are slim to none.
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thinks s/he is right, but often is wrong, might once again try verse wants something from you, often it’s just your own ego Sudoku
to coerce you into rejecting your own thoughts in order to get projecting itself. Try to adopt a more holistic perspective, and
his/her way. Don’t fall for it. live a less results-oriented life. answers
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110 Employment 110 Employment

110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 203 Public Notices


CASE# CIV 496864
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
NEWSPAPER INTERNS CHANGE OF NAME

GOT JOBS? JOURNALISM SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,


The Daily Journal is looking for in- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
terns to do entry level reporting, re- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
search, updates of our ongoing fea- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- PETITION OF
so welcome. Jill Lee Byrne
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
The best career seekers We expect a commitment of four to
eight hours a week for at least four
Petitioner, Jill Lee Byrne filed a petition
with this court for a decree changing
read the Daily Journal. months. The internship is unpaid, but
intelligent, aggressive and talented in-
name as follows:
Present name: Jill Lee Byrne
terns have progressed in time into Proposed name: Jill Lee Jane
We will help you recruit qualified, talented paid correspondents and full-time re- THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
porters. interested in this matter shall appear be-
110 Employment 110 Employment individuals to join your company or organization. fore this court at the hearing indicated
College students or recent graduates below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper tition for change of name should not be
The Daily Journal’s readership covers a wide experience is preferred but not neces- granted. Any person objecting to the
range of qualifications for all types of positions. sarily required. name changes described above must file
a written objection that includes the rea-
Please send a cover letter describing sons for the objection at least two court
For the best value and the best results, your interest in newspapers, a resume days before the matter is scheduled to
and three recent clips. Before you ap-
recruit from the Daily Journal... ply, you should familiarize yourself be heard and must appear at the hearing
with our publication. Our Web site: to show cause why the petition should
www.smdailyjournal.com. not be granted. If no written objection is
Contact us for a free consultation timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
Send your information via e-mail to tion without a hearing.
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- A HEARING on the petition shall be held
ular mail to 800 S. Claremont St #210, on September 21, 2010, at 9 a.m., Dept.
Call (650) 344-5200 or San Mateo CA 94402. PJ, Room 2C, at 400 County Center,
Redwood City, CA 94063.
Email: ads@smdailyjournal.com A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall
be published at least once each week for
four successive weeks prior to the date
NOW HIRING for Live-in Caregiver set for hearing on the petition in the fol-
SIGN ON BONUS!!! lowing newspaper of general circulation:
Recruiting for San Mateo, San Francisco The Daily Journal, San Mateo County
and Santa Clara areas. We offer excel- Filed: July 22, 2010
104 Training 110 Employment lent benefits! /s/ Stephen Hall /
*Medical / Vision / Dental / Life Ins. Judge of the Superior Court
TERMS & CONDITIONS * 401K/Credit Union * Direct Deposit Dated: 07/19/2010
The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi- DELIVERY DRIVER REQUIREMENTS: (Published 08/03/10, 08/10/10, 08/17/10,
fieds will not be responsible for more * 1 yrs experience * Own Vehicle 08/24/10)
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia- Wanted: Independent Contractor * Car Insurance * Valid Drivers
bility shall be limited to the price of one to provide service of delivery of * Good Communication skills.
insertion. No allowance will be made for Call today to set up an interview:
the Daily Journal six days per 1-800-417-1897 or 650-558-8848
errors not materially affecting the value
110 Employment 110 Employment of the ad. All error claims must be sub-
week, Monday through Satur- or send Resume to
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis- day. Experience with newspa- Dedward@LivHOME.com CASE# CIV 497209
ing conditions, please ask for a Rate per delivery required. Must ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
Card. have valid licenses and appro- CHANGE OF NAME
priate insurance coverage to SALES/MARKETING SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
provide this service in order to INTERNSHIPS COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
106 Tutoring be eligible. The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
for ambitious interns who are eager to REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
Papers are available for pickup PETITION OF
TUTORING in San Mateo at 3:00 a.m.
jump into the business arena with both
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs
of the newspaper and media industries.
Justyn Michael Peter Scerri
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
Please apply in person Monday- This position will provide valuable Petitioner, filed a petition with this court
Spanish, French, Friday only, 10am to 4pm at The experience for your bright future.
Fax resume (650)344-5290
for a decree changing name as follows:
Present name: Justyn Michael Peter
Daily Journal, 800 S. Claremont
Italian St #210, San Mateo. email info@smdailyjournal.com Scerri
Proposed name: Justyn Peter Zachariou
Certificated Local There are currently no openings, THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
but we will store your application TELEMARKETING interested in this matter shall appear be-
Teacher on file for the next opening. LEADS! Leads! Leads! fore this court at the hearing indicated
All Ages! Guarantee + top bonuses. below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
tition for change of name should not be
Quality contacts- No cold calling!
granted. Any person objecting to the
(650)573-9718 HOME CARE AIDES
Experienced only apply
MR. Telmus (650)372-2810 name changes described above must file
a written objection that includes the rea-
Multiple shifts to meet your needs. Great
pay & benefits, Sign-on bonus, 1yr exp sons for the objection at least two court
required. days before the matter is scheduled to
Matched Caregivers (650)839-2273, 127 Elderly Care be heard and must appear at the hearing
110 Employment (408)280-7039 or (888)340-2273 to show cause why the petition should
110 Employment 110 Employment AUTO -
not be granted. If no written objection is
Hiring for experienced Autobody, 704 timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
North San Mateo Dr., San Mateo. Please FAMILY RESOURCE tion without a hearing.
A HEARING on the petition shall be held
call (650)863-0898
GUIDE on October 5, 2010, at 9 a.m., Dept. 24,
AVON
The San Mateo Daily Journal’s Room 2C, at 400 County Center, Red-
wood City, CA 94063.
SELL OR BUY twice-a-week resource guide for A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall
Earn up 50% + bonuses children and families. be published at least once each week for
Hablamos Espanol Every Tuesday & Weekend four successive weeks prior to the date
set for hearing on the petition in the fol-
1(866)440-5795 lowing newspaper of general circulation:
Independent Sales Rep Look for it in today’s paper to The Daily Journal, San Mateo County
find information on family Filed: August 5, 2010
/s/ Stephen Hall /
resources in the local area, Judge of the Superior Court
CAREGIVERS including childcare. Dated: 08/03/2010
(Published 08/10/10, 08/17/10, 08/24/10,
2 years 08/31/10)
experience
180 Businesses For Sale
required. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #240307
BURLINGAME & SAN MATEO HAIR
Immediate STATION for rent. Free 1st Month! Call The following persons are doing busi-
ness as: Mighty 4 Arts Foundation, 2715
Hellen @(650)520-4474
Placement S. Norfolk St., SAN MATEO, CA 94403
is hereby registered by the following
on all assignments 201 Personals owners: Jonathan Naugle, 1792 Finch
Ct., HAYWARD, CA 94545; Paul Ruma,
CALL (650)777-9000 LARGE IMPORTER & WHOLESALER
seeks aggressive Sales Representative
1792 FInch Ct., HAYWARD; Rob Sugui-
FUN WOMAN WAITS! tan, 1090 Siler Pl., BERKELEY, CA
for SF Bay Area. Require at least 2 years SF, 23 yrs. Loves FUN, 94705; and Regginal Curry, 1090 Siler
experience in marketing food service, romantic dinners, sweet Pl., BERKELEY. The business is con-
safety & hospitality supplies. Must cre- talk & flowers. ducted by Unincorporated Associates.
CAREGIVERS ate new customers & will turn over exist-
ing customers. Send resume to:
Affectionate guy a +.
Lets talk soon.
The registrants commenced to transact
business under the FBN on 03/01/1998.
Elder Care Aides, CNA's live in. theo1216@yahoo.com Call me NOW! /s/ Jonathan Naugle /
Great Jobs, competitive pay. 650.288.4271 This statement was filed with the Asses-
Hourly and live in available. Two SALES - Must be 18+. sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
County on 08/05/10. (Published in the
years experience with excellent San Mateo Daily Journal, 08/10/10,
references. Great Benefits! Putnam Auto Group 08/17/10, 08/24/10, 08/31/10).
Home Sweet Home Care Buick Pontiac GMC
$50,000 Average Expectation 203 Public Notices
(650)556-9906 a must… FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
claudia@homesweethomecare.com 5 Men or Women for FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #239774
STATEMENT #240241 The following person is doing business
Career Sales Position The following person is doing business as: A+ Plumbing, 95 E. 21st Ave., San
CAREGIVERS CNAS hourly & live-ins as: Partlan Group, 768 Edgewood Road, Mateo, CA 94403 is hereby registered by
mid Peninsula. Hiring now, call Mon-Fri 9 • Car Allowance San Mateo, CA 94402 is hereby regis- the following owner: Lynton Esquivel,
am-3pm. Reliable Caregivers. (415)436- • Paid insurance w/life & dental tered by the following owner: Martin Par- 430 Hillcrest Ave., Millbrae, CA 94030.
0100 • 401k plan tlan, same address. The business is con- The business is conducted by an Individ-
• Five day work week ducted by an Individual. The registrants ual. The registrants commenced to trans-
commenced to transact business under act business under the FBN on
Top Performers earn $100k Plus!! the FBN on 08/02/10. 06/01/2010.
SALES TRAINEE Bilingual a plus /s/ Martin Partlan / /s/ Lynton Esquivel /
$1500 per week & up Paid training included This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
Full training, unique products & services. Call Mr. Olson sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
Lucrative Career Opportunity 1-866-788-6267 County on 08/02/2010. (Published in the County on 07/06/2010. (Published in the
Immediate hire. San Mateo Daily Journal, 08/03/10, San Mateo Daily Journal, 08/03/10,
HR department 570-7663 08/10/10, 08/17/10, 08/24/10). 08/10/10, 08/17/10, 08/24/10).
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CITY OF SAN BRUNO

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
FOR MOBILE &
LEGAL NOTICES
PORTABLE RADIOS Fictitious Business Name Statements, Trustee Sale
Notice, Alcohol Beverage License, Name Change,
The City of San Bruno is ac- Probate, Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons,
cepting bids, subject to the
specifications and conditions Notice of Public Sales, and More.
as stated in Bid No. E11-
2110-01, for the purchase of Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County.
56 mobile and 64 portable
radios. The Bid Packet is Fax your request to: 650-344-5290
available at http://www.san- Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com
bruno.ca.gov/finance_bid-
dingopp.html. Bids must be Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Over the Hedge
submitted to City of San
Bruno Finance Department,
City Hall, 567 El Camino Re-
al, San Bruno 94066 by 2:00 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
p.m. August 31, 2010, at
which time there will be pub- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #240265 STATEMENT #240467
licly opened and read. The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
as: Timeless Metal, 641 Ash Ave., as: The Revolutionary Optimists Produc-
Contact the Fire Department SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080 is tions, 95 Palmer Lane, PORTOLA VAL-
hereby registered by the following owner: LEY, CA 94028 is hereby registered by
at 650-616-7094 or the Fi- Nicholas Pester, same address. The the following owner: Helianthus Media,
nance Department at 650- business is conducted by an Individual. same address. The business is conduct-
616-7034 to obtain a copy of The registrants commenced to transact ed by a Corporationl. The registrants
business under the FBN on N/A. commenced to transact business under
the bid documents or for /s/ Nicholas Pester / the FBN on
more information. This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/ Maren Grainger-Monsen /
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo This statement was filed with the Asses-
County on 08/03/10. (Published in the sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
/s/ Carol Bonner, San Mateo Daily Journal, 08/10/10, County on 08/17/2010. (Published in the
San Bruno City Clerk 08/17/10, 08/24/10, 08/31/10). San Mateo Daily Journal, 08/24/10, 298 Collectibles 303 Electronics 304 Furniture
August 16, 2010 08/31/10, 09/07/10, 09/14/10).
BAY MEADOW coffee mug in box $15. PANASONIC COLOR tv with Vhs combo OAK TV stand with swivel top $50
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME (650)345-1111 20 inches like new $70. 650-347-9920
STATEMENT #240105 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME OTTOMAN/ FOOTREST Clean. Like
The following person is doing business STATEMENT #240240 CARNIVAL GLASS WATER PITCHER - PHILLIPS VCR plus vhs-hu 4 head Hi-Fi new. Circular. Light brown 'felt like' mate-
as: Original Nick’s Pizzeria, 1214 S. El The following person is doing business beautiful design, $25., leave message like new, $35. (650)341-5347 rial. $6.Call cell: 650-704-2497
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Camino Real, SAN MATEO, CA 94402 is as: San Mateo Towing Services, 31 Pra- (650)365-1797
hereby registered by the following owner: SAMSUNG COLOR tv 27 inches good
TS No. 09-0045490 gue Street, SAN MATEO, CA 94401 is condition $90. 650-347-9920
Mark Sean Tarling, 2920 Juniper St., hereby registered by the following owner: DANCING FIGURINE by Bradley Dolls - PATIO TABLE with 4 chairs includes
Title Order No. 09-8-137143 Musical, plays “If You Love Me”, 8 1/2 “ umbrella with stand all metal $80/all
APN No. 010-084-160 SAN MATEO, CA 94403. The business Shalend Kumar, same address. The SANIO CASETTE/RECORDER 2 way
is conducted by an Individual. The regis- business is conducted by an individual. tall, $20., (650)518-0813 OBO, (650)367-8949
YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A Radio - $95.obo, call for more details,
trants commenced to transact business The registrants commenced to transact (650)290-1960
DEED OF TRUST, DATED 10/10/2006. under the FBN on N/A. business under the FBN on N/A HISTORY BOOK in color of "Superbowls PATIO TABLE: 40-inch diameter round
UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO- /s/ Mark Tarling / /s/ Shalend Kumar / by the bay" game 1-18, $35., (650)592- glass-top table w/2 chairs. SOLD!
2648 SILVER TONE stereo and phonograph
TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- player inside wood cabinet $60.,
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo PEDESTAL TABLE beautiful, round,
SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo (650)483-3693 wood inlay, $90/obo, (415)271-7602
NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NA- County on 08/26/10. (Published in the County on 08/2/2010. (Published in the
San Mateo Daily Journal, 08/10/10, San Mateo Daily Journal, 08/24/10, JACK TASHNER signed ball $25. Ri-
TURE OF THE PROCEEDING chard (650)834-4926 SONY RADIO cassette recorder $20 RECLINER - Beige, $40., (650)771-1888
08/17/10, 08/24/10, 08/31/10). 08/31/10, 09/07/10, 09/14/10). black good condition. (650)345-1111
AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CON- RECLINER - Brown leather, slightly
TACT A LAWYER.” Notice is hereby giv- JOE MONTANA cover photo, '85 "in
flight" magazine, $30, (650)341-8342 TV - Big Screen, $70., ok worn. SOLD!
en that RECONTRUST COMPANY, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
210 Lost & Found condition,(650)367-1350
N.A., as duly appointed trustee pursuant STATEMENT #240342 POSTAL JAPANESE stamp album col- ROCKING CHAIR white with gold trim
to the Deed of Trust executed by TIM K The following person is doing business excel cond $100. 650-755-9833
as: Glamour Girl Shopping Tours, 865 FOUND IPHONE in Shoreview area, San lection. SOLD! 304 Furniture
H KWAK, AN UNMARRIED MAN, dated Cabot Lane, SAN MATEO, CA 94404 is Mateo last week of July. Please provide ROLL-A-WAY SUPERB, wood book-
10/10/2006 and recorded 10/16/06, as proof of ownership. Call (650)868-7321 POSTER - framed photo of President
hereby registered by the following owner: Wilson and Chinese Junk $25 cash, 3 PIECE COFFEE TABLE SET: $100. case/entertainment center $70.
Instrument No. 2006-155557, in Book , Jill Anne Garibaldi, same address. The (650)755-8238 (650)787-8219 (415)585-3622
Page ), of Official Records in the office of business is conducted by an Individual. FOUND SONY Power Shot digital cam-
the County Recorder of San Mateo The registrants commenced to transact era, July 14th at Fox School in Belmont. PRECIOUS MOMENTS DOLLS -15 inch 3 TIERED stainless rolling cart gently SHELVING - 2000 square foot of shelv-
business under the FBN on N/A. (650)593-9294 used $100 firm, (650)341-0418 ing, $500. obo, (650)212-6666
County, State of California, will sell on vinyl 3 sets of 2 for $33/set, (650)518-
/s/ Jill Anne Garibaldi / 0813
09/21/2010 at 12:30PM, At the Marshall This statement was filed with the Asses- LOST SMALL white female dog Shih 46" ROUND dining table $90. Call TABLE & CHAIR SET - new, perfect
Street entrance to the Hall of Justice, sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo Tzu mix. Last seen July 18th Crystal SALEM CHINA - 119 pieces from 50’s.
(650)430-4884 condition, $475., (650)638-1285
400 County Center, Redwood City, San County on 08/09/10. (Published in the Springs Road Senior Center. Wearing a Good condition, $225., appraised at 9 DRAWER dresser and 2 end tables. TV STAND beige color good condition
Mateo County, CA at public auction, to San Mateo Daily Journal, 08/10/10, red/pink collar that has the phone num- $800., (650)345-3450. $100/all. (650)692-2231 $25. (650)867-2720
the highest bidder for cash or check as 08/17/10, 08/24/10, 08/31/10). bers 415-609-3333 and 415-279-5127
described below, payable in full at time of and the name “Moe” on tag. She an- SWATCH WATCH '86 Worlds Fair. ANTIQUE SOLID oak end table TWO END tables: $35 or $20 each.
swers to the name “Mattie.” We are offer- Like New w/receipt $85, (650)591-6596 marble top, carved door $50. (650)342-
sale, all right, title, and interest conveyed FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME ing a $500.00 reward for her safe return,
(650)787-8219
to and now held by it under said Deed of 7568
STATEMENT #240344 no questions asked. Thanks, Duncan. TWO FIGURINES, European men, one WICKER FURNITURE, 5 pieces, SOLD!
Trust, in the property situated in said The following person is doing business FOUND! Bavarian, one English or French, $19 for CABINET - Real wood, $70.,
County and State and as more fully de- as: Rossi Interiors, 740 El Cerrito Ave., both, 650-595-3933 (650)367-1350 WOODEN BOOKCASE with doors, $20.,
scribed in the above referenced Deed of BURLINGAME, CA 94010 is hereby reg- (650)771-1888
istered by the following owner: Rossi LOST: CAMERA in case. Burlingame
Trust. The street address and other com- Avenue / Washington Park area. Lost VASE - with tray, grey with red flowers, CHAIR, IKEA. Very Good cond. Recliner
Knapp, same address. The business is perfect condition, $30., (650)345-1111 shaped, flexible. Lt brown wood on can- WOODEN DINING ROOM TABLE &
mon designation, if any of the real prop- conducted by an Individual. The regis- Saturday, July 31 around 1pm. Bummed CHAIRS - 42” x 42”, 4 padded arm
erty described above is purported to be: about losing camera; mostly bummed vas 26-1/2"x38”x29" $15. 650-704-2497.
trants commenced to transact business VICTORIAN VICTON talking machine- chairs, 18” extension to enlarge table,
136 DUNDEE DRIVE, SOUTH SAN under the FBN on N/A. about losing family photos in camera. If 1910, works and looks fine, $650., $99., (650)364-7777
FRANCISCO, CA, 940801001. The un- /s/ Rossi Knapp / found, please call Joe, (650) 867-6652 (650)579-7020 CHAIR: BLUE upholstered swivel rocker
dersigned Trustee disclaims any liability This statement was filed with the Asses- w/matching footstool. SOLD! WOODEN KITCHEN China Cabinet: $99
for any incorrectness of the street ad- sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
County on 08/09/10. (Published in the
295 Art 299 Computers (great condition!), (650)367-1350
dress and other common designation, if CHANDELIER WITH 5 lights/ candela-
San Mateo Daily Journal, 08/10/10, PICTURE PAINTING "jack vettriano" bre base with glass shades $20. 306 Housewares
any, shown herein. The total amount of 08/17/10, 08/24/10, 08/31/10). PORTABLE EXTERNAL hard drive (650)504-3621
the unpaid balance with interest thereon Portland gallery 26 x 33. $65. (650)345- small light 40GB $25. (650)219-7836
1111. "PRINCESS HOUSE" decorator urn
of the obligation secured by the property COFFEE TABLE - $60., (650)367-1350 "Vase" cream with blue flower 13 inch H
to be sold plus reasonable estimated FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
PICTURE WITH Frame Jack Vettriano
300 Toys $25., (650)868-0436
costs, expenses and advances at the STATEMENT #240434 COFFEE TABLE - Square, oak Coffee
The following person is doing business with light attached $100. (650)867-2720 GIRLS PINK Corvette life size runs good Table with leather top, $30., (650)771-
time of the initial publication of the Notice as: Spiritus Sanctus Jewelry, 435 Walnut $75. (650)583-2767 1888 BISSEL STEAM CLEANER - easy to
of Sale is $618,864.74. It is possible that St. #3, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070 is here- 296 Appliances use, used 3 times, cleans great,
at the time of sale the opening bid may by registered by the following owner: Tod RADIO CONTROLLED Beetle car buggy $35.obo, (650)260-2664
be less than the total indebtedness due. Brett, same address. The business is FOOD PROCESSOR, Sumbeam, dual $10. (408)249-3858 COFFEE TABLE light brown lots of stor-
In addition to cash, the Trustee will ac- conducted by an Individual. The regis- head. slices, chops, grinds, liquifies, etc. age good condition $75. (650)867-2720
trants commenced to transact business perfect condition, $19 650-595-3933 SCOOTER "STREET SURFER" $30 BOWL - light green heavy glass swirl de-
cept cashier’s checks drawn on a state under the FBN on sign bowl, great centerpiece, $25.,
obo never used, (650)349-6059
or national bank, a check drawn by a /s/ Tod Brett / COFFEE TABLE SQUARE shaped. (650)834-2804
state or federal credit union, or a check This statement was filed with the Asses- KENMORE DISHWASHER, almond,
works great. $50. 650-961-9652 302 Antiques Lightweight, 28”x28x19" includes large
drawn by a state or federal savings and sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo storage space, $11 650-704-2497 BRAND NEW Chinese Wok Non-stick
loan association, savings association, or County on 08/13/10. (Published in the MAYTAG WASHER & DRYER - SOLD! surface with aluminum lid and cooking
San Mateo Daily Journal, 08/17/10, ANTIQUE SOLID mahogany knick-knack impliments, $10, 650-595-3933
savings bank specified in Section 5102 or bookshelf with 4 small drawers, good
of the Financial Code and authorized to 08/24/10, 08/31/10, 09/07/10). MINI FRIDGE - 34 inches high, runs well, COMPUTER DESK - $70., (650)367-
condition, $95., (650)726-2443 1350 CANDLEHOLDER - Gold, angel on it,
do business in this state. Said sale will $85., (650)355-2996
tall, purchased from Brueners, originally
be made, in an “AS IS” condition, but FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME ANTIQUE STROMBERG – Carlson ra- CURIO CABINET, Hand tooled lighted $100., selling for $20.,(650)867-2720
without covenant or warranty, express or STATEMENT #240510 MINI-FRIDGE - 32" tall; White Kenmore dio Floor modelm $75., needs new tubs, Curio cabinet Blonde. 5.5" X 23" X 1.5"
implied, regarding title, possession or en- The following person is doing business $70. Call (650)229-4735 RWC, Photo by email: kennjc@aol.com, $98. San Mateo. 650-619-9932 CHOPSTICKS- 7 sets, unopened, deco-
cumbrances, to satisfy the indebtedness as: Pawsitive Change, 552 Grand St., (650)592-5591 rative, variety of colors and designs,
REDWOOD CITY, CA 94062 is hereby DESK 60”w 28”h 30” d, two shelf exten- $10., (650)578-9208
secured by said Deed of Trust, advances registered by the following owner: Clare CHINA CABINET - Vintage, 6 foot, sion 4 drawers $60 (650)364-7777.
thereunder, with interest as provided, PORTABLE GE Dishwasher, excellent
Sugarman, same address. The business condition $75 OBO, (650)583-0245 solid mahogany. $300/obo.
and the unpaid principal of the Note se- is conducted by an Individual. The regis- (650)867-0379 DESK, EXTRA LONG. LIKE new. Brown COUNTERTOP WATER DISPENSER :
cured by said Deed of Trust with interest trants commenced to transact business RADIATOR HEATER, oil filled, electric, wood .5 drawers; 2 sliding doors. Oasis water cooler Hot N Cold, Durable
thereon as provided in said Note, plus under the FBN on 1500 watts $25. (650)504-3621 18"x28"x72"$18. 650-704-2497 & excellent condition,$86, (650)278-2702
fees, charges and expenses of the Trust- /s/ Clare Sugarman / EDISON MODEL B STANDARD + 20
This statement was filed with the Asses- SHOP VACUUM 5 gallons with extra fil- CYLINDERS OAK CASE - Serviced CUT CRYSTAL Glasses, Set of six, per-
ee and of the trusts created by said Deed sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo ters $15. (650)949-2134 yearly, beautiful, $550.00 obo, DINING TABLE with 4 chairs 2 leafs fect, no chips/cracks or imperfections,
of Trust. If required by the provisions of County on 08/19/2010. (Published in the (650)344-6565 $95. (650)483-3693 only $15 650-595-3933
section 2923.5 of the California Civil San Mateo Daily Journal, 08/24/10, TOASTER "PROCTOR Silex" one slice,
Code, the declaration from the mortga- 08/31/10, 09/07/10, 09/14/10). works fine SOLD! ENGLISH ARMOIRE with stand. Bought DINING TABLE with 4 chairs with leaf ELECTRIC BBQ - nonstick, $40.,
gee, beneficiary or authorized agent is for $415. Sacrifice for $330. light wood 42 x 34 $99. (650)341-1645 (650)592-2648
UPRIGHT FREEZER - like new, $100 ., (650)771-1888
attached to the Notice of Trustee’s Sale FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME (650)257-7562 DIRECTORS TYPE CHAIR with leather LUIGI BORMIOLI "Strauss" 9 oz. drink-
duly recorded with the appropriate Coun- STATEMENT #240524 seat, $35., (650)355-2996 ing glasses, set of 10 for $25. Matches
VACUUM CLEANER heavy duty like PERSIAN RUG - Mashad 10ft 8in X 8ft.,
ty Recorder’s Office. DATED: 07/14/2009 The following person is doing business blue floral borders. Center medallion "Strauss" 13.5 oz. Call (650)630-2329.
RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. 1800 as: Mancave Memorabilia, 2205 El Cami- new $45. (650)878-9542
with beige feraghan design field, $2000, DRAFTING TABLE 30 x 42' with side
Tapo Canyon Rd., CA6-914-01-94 SIMI no Real, SAN MATEO, CA 94404 is WEBER GRILL - Never used! Porcelain (650)726-4651. NON-STICK TOP over pan, $3., SM,
hereby registered by the following owner: tray. excellent condition $75 (650)343-7250
VALLEY, CA 93063 Phone/Sale Informa- enamel bowl and lid, 22-1/2” with ash
tion: (800) 281 8219 By: Trustee’s Sale FTEX Fremont, LLC., 1225 Jackling Dr., catcher. SOLD!
Officer RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. HILLSBOROUGH, CA 94010. The busi- 303 Electronics ENTERTAINMENT CENTER - Oak
wood, great condition, glass doors, fits
ness is conducted by a Limited Liability OVEN ROASTING PAN WITH RACK.
is a debt collector attempting to collect a large TV, 2 drawers, shelves , $100/obo.
Company. The registrants commenced 297 Bicycles 19” COLOR TV - 2 yrs. old, perfect con-
(650)261-9681 New, non stick, large, never used $55.,
debt. Any information obtained will be to transact business under the FBN on dition. Sold! (650)341-0418
used for that purpose. FEI # 1006.65468 /s/ Anthony Rohatch / BICYCLE - womens, made in Austria FANCY COCKTAIL SIDE TABLE - 2
8/24, 8/31, 9/07/2010 This statement was filed with the Asses- $50., (650)483-3693 46” MITSUBISHI Projector TV, great door, 1 drawer, excellent condition, anti-
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo condition. $400. (650)261-1541. que, $95. obo, (650)349-6059.
County on 08/19/2010. (Published in the BICYCLE WICKER BASKET -quality REVEREWARE, 1,3.4 qt. pots, 5",7"
San Mateo Daily Journal, 08/24/10, thick weave, never used, $25. obo, FRAMED MIRRORS - Pair of dark wal- pans, stainless steel w/copper bottoms,
08/31/10, 09/07/10, 09/14/10). (650)260-2664 CELL PHONE, Older AT&T phone,
home charger and car charger, $10 all, nut, simple framed mirrors, 29” X 22”, excellent cond., $60/all. (650)577-0604
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #240268 650-595-3933 perfect, each $25., pair $44., (650)344-
MENS MOUNTAIN bike 26 inch new 18 6565
The following person is doing business speed $99. 919-740-4336 San Mateo VASE - beautiful butterfly design, gold
as: Primrose Aesthetic Skin Care, 409 INTELLIVISION CONTROLLER with 13 color, perfect condition, $25., (650)867-
So. B St., SAN MATEO, CA 94401 is FRENCH END TABLE - exquisite inlaid
game cartridges $50., (650)592-5591 2720
hereby registered by the following own- 298 Collectibles rich mahogany wood, custom glass tray,
ers: Rossana Sanzogni, 131 Vera Ave., 20” x 27” X 19”H, $100., (650)347-5104
JVC DVD cd player $25. (650)834-4926
REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. The busi- 49ER REPORT issues '85-'87 $35/all, WINE GLASSES, Two hourglass shaped
ness is conducted by an Individual. The (650)592-2648 HUTCH - maple finish, 4 shelves, 52
inch W, $75., (650)341-1645 sets, one plain (6), one etched (5), $15
registrants commenced to transact busi- JVC VHS recorder - Like new, $15., each 650-595-3933
ness under the FBN on N/A. (650)367-8949
/s/ Rossana Sanzogni / LARGE PICNIC table - 3’ x 8’, $25.,
This statement was filed with the Asses- 5 COLORIZED territorial quarters uncir- MAGNOVOX 32” TV - excellent cond., (650)368-0748 307 Jewelry & Clothing
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo culated $7/all. (408)249-3858 refurbished, $100.obo., (650)260-2664
County on 08/03/10. (Published in the MAHOGANY BEDROOM DRESSER -
San Mateo Daily Journal, 08/10/10, MURANO GLASS bracelet from Italy
BASEBALL CARDS - 50-100 cards, MICRO TEK scanner/copier - excellent 37 L x 19 W 9 drawers and attached mir- various shades of red and blue artfully
08/17/10, 08/24/10, 08/31/10). ror 37 H x 36 W , $75., (650)341-1645
$25., (408)420-5646 condition, $15., (650)368-0748 designed $100. (650)991-2353
24 Tuesday • Aug. 24, 2010 THE DAILY JOURNAL

610 Crossword Puzzle 610 Crossword Puzzle 610 Crossword Puzzle 311 Musical Instruments 381 Homes for Sale 381 Homes for Sale
2 ORGANS, antique tramp, $500 for
both. (650)342-4537
Los Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle GLOCKENSPIEL- very beautiful, $100.,
(650)755-9833
Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Nichols Lewis KEYBOARD CASIO 3 ft long $50.
(650)583-2767
ACROSS 2 Holiday tune 35 Plea made with 56 Nabisco wafer
1 Strikebreaker 3 “Go fly __!” one’s hands up brand 312 Pets & Animals
5 Start of a 4 “Amscray!” 39 Bk. after Ezra 57 Finish, as a ROYAL CANINE Vet. Diet misc. dry food
childhood 5 In a short time, 41 Former Opry comic strip for old or ailing, $25/ea. 2-Calorie Con-
trol CC 5lbs. or Urinary SO 5.5 lbs., ea.
learning song old-style network 58 Rep $10. All 5 bags for $50. (650)630-2329.
9 Music groups 6 Box office 42 Chem. or phys. 60 Part of EMT:
14 Movie director’s disaster 45 Rudolph tip-off Abbr. 316 Clothes
unit 7 Where Jesus 47 Indigo dye source 61 Move like a BLACK LEATHER MOTORCYCLE
15 Linguist Chomsky turned water to 50 Capek play about butterfly JACKET - Large, water proof, new,
$35., (650)342-7568
16 Each wine automatons 62 Not working
17 Song with a 8 Composer 51 Break up a team? 63 Marine shockers GARDENING GLOVES - 12 white large
work gardening gloves, $5/dozen, SM,
cadenza, perhaps Shostakovich 52 Smack a homer, 64 D.C. deal maker (650)343-7250
18 Defunct Atlanta 9 Cast a spell over in baseball lingo 65 Squeeze bunt stat
MENS "BASS" black loafers like new
arena 10 Bell-ringing size 12D $35. (650)868-0436
19 Floored fragrance giant ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: MENS GLOVES - 3 pair black mens win-
20 Quilter’s layer 11 World’s second ter gloves, Medium size, $5/pair, SM,
(650)343-7250
23 Comedian/actor largest island
Robert 12 Rap’s Dr. __ MENS SLACKS - 8 pairs, $50., Size
36/32, (408)420-5646
24 Wagon wheel 13 Guitarist Barrett
PINK LADIES hospital volunteer jacket
depression 21 10 C-notes like new washed once Medium $10
25 Country with 22 Syllable of rebuke RWC. (650)868-0436

borders on three 26 Prying sort SCRUBS - Medical, woman’s, Size L,


pretty prints, excellent condition, $9. ea,
diff. oceans 27 Like a 5 pairs of pants $6. ea.(650)290-1960
28 Camper’s activity contortionist SHOES - 6 pair ladies flat shoes, new
33 Onetime Leno 29 Eggy seasonal 6.5 size, $3/each, tan color, SM.
(650)343-7250
announcer Hall drink
36 Hockey score 30 Lao-tzu principle
SOCCER CLEATS - 3 pair, size 6,7 & 8,
37 Capital west of 31 Like the nose on $10. each, (650)679-9359
Haiphong your face? WOMEN'S SHOES size 10 $3 each.
38 Graceland middle 32 Broom rider (650)638-1739
name 33 Skip the bistro WOMENS’ CLOTHING 1x, 2x, Size 18.
New and almost new. Name-brand la-
40 Agile mountain 34 Monotonous bels. (650)345-9909
animals sound
xwordeditor@aol.com 08/24/10 317 Building Materials
43 Earth 42-Down
44 Copy room DOUBLE PANED GLASS WINDOWS - 335 Garden Equipment 380 Real Estate Services
powder various sizes, half moon, like new, $10.
and up, (650)756-6778 TREE PRUNER 5ft long good condition
46 Ancient Andean $10. (408)249-3858 SAVE ON
48 Zoo swinger DOUBLE SINK - white porcelain cast
iron, 32 3/4” wide X 22 3/4” deep, $75.,
BUYING OR SELLING
49 Not out of (650)341-1861 345 Medical Equipment A HOME!
contention Personal Service
ADULT ALUMINUM crutches for tall per-
53 Mario Brothers 318 Sports Equipment son adjustable $30. 650-341-1861
Margaret Dowd
Bus: (650)794-9858
letters 2 GOLF CLUBS - Ladies, right handed, Cell: (650)400-9714
putter & driver $5/each (650)755-8238 ALUMINUM CRUTCHES for adults ad- Lic# 01250058
54 Demand justable $30. (650)341-1861
payment from BROWN LEATHER GOLF BAG with 11
golf clubs, $65/all, (650)592-2648
55 Ancient Greek 379 Open Houses
GOLD'S GYM - GT2000Power Tower + 440 Apartments
region Instructions as new, asking $100.00
59 “Tom Jones” obo, (650)344-6565 BELMONT - prime, quiet location, view,
author KAYAK - Necky Looksha 4 model, 17 ft.,
OPEN HOUSE 1 bedroom $1275, 2 bedrooms $1375.
New carpets, dishwasher, balcony, cov-
64 TV spot 53 lbs, $1,250., (650)394-4243
LISTINGS ered carports, storage, pool, no pets.
(650)344-8418 or (650)595-0805.
66 Shoppe adjective MITZU JR. tour kids set 7 clubs & bag
$15/all obo. (650)952-0620 List your Open House
67 Actress/artist
Sommer
68 Some woodwinds
PUNCHING BAG $50. (650)638-1739
ROLLER BLADES - GLX bravo blade
in the Daily Journal.
Reach over 82,500
REDWOOD
69 Pass unprofitably,
size 7-8 purple, great condition $6.,
(650)578-9208 potential home buyers &
renters a day,
CITY
as time 1 bedroom, 1 bath
SNOW SHOES - Men’s, new, Atlas #7 from South San Francisco
70 Tiger’s 2004 bride
71 Petrol purchase
Series includes poles, gaiters and tote
bag, SOLD!
to Palo Alto.
in your local newspaper.
in senior complex
72 French summers TITLIST GOLF club 983k driver 9.5 de-
(over 55).
73 Huff and puff gree grafaloy stiff/ $75 obo. (650)952- Call (650)344-5200 Close to
0620
TRIATHLON WETSUIT - Quintanaroo, downtown.
DOWN
1 Pile neatly
By Dave Mackey
08/24/10
ladies, medium, good condition, $45.,
(650)728-5978 380 Real Estate Services
Gated entry.
(c)2010 Tribune Media Services, Inc.
WOODEN TENNIS RACKET '50's or
older "C"Hemold $25., (650)868-0436 Move in
307 Jewelry & Clothing
SMALL JEWELRY cabinet - 17” H, 12”
310 Misc. For Sale
2 "TUFFY Hundra" Bicycles Male & Fe-
310 Misc. For Sale
KITTY LITTER container plastic with
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bie doll, fully dressed, $35., (650)583- MIRROR OCTAGON GOLD FRAME
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470 Rooms 620 Automobiles 620 Automobiles 625 Classic Cars 635 Vans 670 Auto Parts
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(800)809-2530 TOYOTA ‘08 Highlander, base, gray, CHEVROLET ‘74 Stepside Pickup - Half
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TOYOTA ‘08 Yaris, Base, gray,
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#M550470, leather, power seats, low,
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the Daily Journal. (650)365-5000 mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- TOYOTA ‘07 FJ Crusier, basic, blue, (650)347-5104
BMW '06 M-3 -#K12511, 6 speed with- 5000 #9799T, $24,988. Toyota 101. Please
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Please mention the Daily Journal.
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