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Wednesday • Sept 5, 2018 • XIX, Edition 15 www.smdailyjournal.com

THOMAS HAWK ON VISUALHUNT


An attorney for Bertolucci’s Ristorante says nearby construction has blocked
access to the restaurant and impeded visibility for its sign, which has
harmed business.

Housing plan REUTERS

Rancorous, partisan start for faces obstacle


U.S. Supreme Court nominee judge Brett Kavanaugh is surrounded by photographers as he takes his seat for his
Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill.

Kavanaugh high court hearing in South City By Mark Sherman


and Lisa Mascaro
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Residential development is allegedly
WASHINGTON — Supreme
harming business at nearby restaurant
Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh By Austin Walsh tion of 195 units in a new tower at
declared fervently at his Senate DAILY JOURNAL STAFF the corner of Cypress and Miller
confirmation hearing Tuesday the avenues.
court “must never, never be viewed A builder seeking to begin work But an attorney hired by the
as a partisan institution.” But that on the second phase of a transfor- owner of nearby Bertolucci’s
was at the end of a marathon day mative downtown South San Ristorante claims the approval for
marked by rancorous exchanges Francisco residential development the proposal to start work on the
between Democrats and is facing pushback from a nearby next chapter of the Cadence devel-
Republicans, including dire iconic restaurant claiming con- opment should be withheld.
Democratic fears that he would be struction is harming business. A letter authored by attorney
President Donald Trump’s advocate Sares Regis is requesting Bradley Kass suggests the devel-
on the high court. approval Thursday, Sept. 6, from opment is not only a burden on the
the South San Francisco Planning
Commission to allow construc- See LETTER, Page 18
See COURT, Page 27

Mom, daughter injured in deadly plane crash Foster City native honored for
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

A volunteer pilot was killed and Mount Whitney rescue efforts


a mother and daughter he was
transporting to a Northern
Coast Guard lieutenant helped three climbers
California hospital were injured who fell down a steep stretch of mountain
when their small plane crashed By Zachary Clark accompanied by
near the Palo Alto airport, authori- DAILY JOURNAL STAFF his colleague,
ties and the plane’s operator said Lt. Rachel
Tuesday. A Foster City native and San Thomas, when
Palo Alto Deputy Fire Chief Mateo High School alum has been the rescue
Geoffrey Blackshire said the sin- honored for helping rescue three occurred. The
gle-engine Mooney M20 was try- climbers after they fell 500 feet two were award-
ing to land when it crashed in a down a steep stretch of Mount ed the Coast
pond Tuesday. He says the plane Whitney. Guard accom-
had reportedly flown in from One man was killed and two women suffered serious injuries Tuesday Lt. Mike Wu, an off-duty marine modation medal
Mike Wu
morning when a single-engine airplane crashed offshore from Palo Alto investigator with the U.S. Coast
See PLANE, Page 18 Airport, according to the Palo Alto Fire Department. Guard, Sector San Francisco, was See WU, Page 19

102 S. El Camino Real — San Mateo CA 94401


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2 Wednesday • Sept 5, 2018 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“Those who foresee the future and recognize it as
tragic are often seized by a madness which forces
them to commit the very acts which makes it
certain that what they dread shall happen.”
— Dame Rebecca West, Irish author and journalist

This Day in History


The Palestinian group Black

1972 September attacked the Israeli


Olympic delegation at the Munich
Games; 11 Israelis, five guerrillas and
a police officer were killed in the
resulting siege.
In 1 6 9 8 ,  Russia’s Peter the Great imposed a tax on beards.
In  1 7 7 4 , the first Continental Congress assembled in
Philadelphia.
In 1 8 8 2 , the nation’s first Labor Day was celebrated with a
parade in New York. (Although Labor Day now takes place
on the first Monday of September, this first celebration
occurred on a Tuesday.)
In  1 9 3 9 , four days after war had broken out in Europe,
President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued a proclamation
declaring U.S. neutrality in the conflict.
In  1 9 4 5 , Japanese-American Iva Toguri D’Aquino, sus-
pected of being wartime broadcaster “Tokyo Rose,” was
arrested in Yokohama. (D’Aquino was later convicted of
treason and served six years in prison; she was pardoned in REUTERS
1977 by President Gerald R. Ford.) Mountain lion kittens found by the National Park Service in a remote area of the Santa Monica Mountains.
In  1 9 6 0 , at the Rome Olympics, American boxer Cassius
Clay (Muhammad Ali) defeated Zbigniew Pietrzykowski of In other news ...
Poland to win the light-heavyweight gold medal; Wilma
Rudolph of the United States won the second of her three Man testified he chopped up age unit said the 2-year-old appeared Body of third victim of Colorado
gold medals with the 200-meter sprint. unhealthy and “almost looked like she
wife’s body to keep his children had cancer.” The baby had a serious eye River boat crash recovered
In  1 9 6 1 , President John F. Kennedy signed legislation
making aircraft hijackings a federal crime. OLATHE, Kan. — A man testified infection, according to several witness- MOABI REGIONAL PARK — The
Tuesday that he spent about eight hours es. The children were put in protective bodies of a man and woman killed in a
In  1 9 7 5 , President Gerald R. Ford escaped an attempt on custody.
his life by Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme, a disciple of Charles cutting up his wife’s body after she died weekend collision of two recreational
at a Missouri hotel because he was Rey has said in the past that his wife boats on the Colorado River were
Manson, in Sacramento, California.
afraid authorities would take away his died in childbirth, but Lenexa police found Tuesday and the search contin-
children. detective Shannon Murphy testified ued for one other missing person,
Birthdays Justin Rey, 36, said protecting his
family was the reason he didn’t call for
that Rey told her his wife had killed her-
self. After having his children pose for
authorities said.
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office
medical help after his wife delivered a photographs with her body, Rey said he in Kingman, Arizona, said the body of
baby at the hotel in October and after- “skinned her like a fish,” Murphy testi- 24-year-old Kirra Drury of Ventura,
ward when she killed herself, The fied. Murphy said Rey flushed body California was located Tuesday after-
Kansas City Star reported . parts that would not fit in containers noon.
Investigators later found Rey with his down the toilet. Earlier Tuesday, sheriff’s officials
newborn and 2-year-old daughter, along Deputy Johnson County Coroner said the body of 50-year-old Brian
with bags of body parts, at a storage Charles Glenn testified that “a number” Grabowski of Tulare, California, was
shed in Lenexa, Kansas. of stab were wounds found on some found in the river along the
Rey is not charged in his wife’s death, parts of Jessica Rey’s body but that it California-Arizona border.
Actress Rose but faces child endangerment charges in wasn’t possible to tell whether the The body of 51-year-old Christine
Comedian-actor Actor Michael
McGowan is 45. Kansas and Missouri and is charged injuries were inflicted before or after Lewis of Visalia, California, was
Bob Newhart is Keaton is 67.
with abandonment of a corpse in she died. pulled from the river Monday.
89.
Missouri. He took the unusual step of Rey told the court that he and the chil- The three were among more than a
Former Federal Reserve Board chairman Paul A. Volcker is dren had not been living at the storage
testifying at his preliminary hearing in dozen people ejected from two boats
91. Actress-singer Carol Lawrence is 86. Former NFL All-Pro locker, as witnesses said, but had been
Kansas, with defense attorney Zane in the crash Saturday night. Both
quarterback and college football Hall of Famer Billy Kilmer is Todd saying Rey wanted to correct some there for only about 11 hours while boats sank, and passing boaters
79. Actor William Devane is 79. Actor George Lazenby is 79. witness testimony. After Tuesday’s preparing to travel to Arizona, where he pulled crash victims from the water.
Actress Raquel Welch is 78. Movie director Werner Herzog is hearing, a not guilty plea was entered said he intended to give his wife a prop- Nine people were injured.
76. Singer Al Stewart is 73. Actor-director Dennis Dugan is for Rey to Johnson County, Kansas, er burial. He also said his children were One boat carried 10 people and the
72. College Football Hall of Famer Jerry LeVias is 72. Singer charges of two counts of aggravated well cared for. other vessel had six aboard in a well-
Loudon Wainwright III is 72. Soul/rock musician Mel Collins child endangerment and two counts of “I didn’t endanger my children,” he traveled stretch of the river, according
is 71. “Cathy” cartoonist Cathy Guisewite is 68. Country contributing to a child’s misconduct. testified. “My children were perfectly to the sheriff’s office.
musician Jamie Oldaker (The Tractors) is 67. Actress Debbie “It’s something I had to do,” Rey tes- healthy.” None of the boaters were wearing
Turner-Larson (Marta in “The Sound of Music”) is 62. Actress tified. “My family is very dear to me. Rey also denied flushing anything life jackets, which aren’t required but
Kristian Alfonso is 55. Rhythm-and-blues singer Terry Ellis It’s something I had to do to protect my but a placenta down the toilet. are recommended by authorities,
is 55. Rock musician Brad Wilk is 50. TV personality Dweezil family.” His trial on the Kansas charges was Mohave County Sheriff Doug Shuster
Zappa is 49. Actress Carice Van Houten is 42. Rock musician One officer who met Rey at the stor- scheduled for Nov. 5. said.
Kyle O’Quin (Portugal. The Man) is 33.
THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
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Unscramble these four Jumbles, Sept. 1 Powerball Fantasy Five We dn e s day :   Cloudy in the morning
one letter to each square, then becoming sunny. Patchy fog in the
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NIDKR 60s. West winds 10 to 20 mph.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Wednesday • Sept 5, 2018 3


Police reports
Did he take a latte?
A man stole items from a coffee shop on Grand Avenue
Man faces prison after
on South San Francisco, it was reported at 2:08 p.m.
Monday, Aug. 27. pleading to forcible rape
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT though he denied it.
SAN CARLOS Comment on “It’s just a reminder to women that
Dri v i ng wi th s us pended l i cens e. A Redwood City resi- A Redwood City man who forcibly or share this story at there can be justice in the system if
dent was cited and released on a promise to appear in court raped a woman seeking a job at a jani- www.smdailyjournal.com they’re assaulted,” he said.
for driving with a suspended license on Old County Road, it torial company he worked for in 2016 Magana’s case was assigned to
was reported at 1:57 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 21. is facing a three-year prison term after defense attorney Mark Camperi in
Arres t. A San Carlos resident was cited and released on a he pleaded no contest Tuesday, accord- sexual advances. He is said to have
May after Judge John Grandsaert ruled
promise to appear in court for a misdemeanor warrant on brought her into a storage closet,
ing to the San Mateo County District Magana’s previous defense attorney
Fairfield Drive, it was reported at 12:59 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. where he forced her to take her clothes
Attorney’s Office. Daniel Everett failed to provide proper
21. off and raped her despite her protests.
Burg l ary . Someone broke into a residence with a knife and The felony plea deal Eudoro representation of his client and
As they were driving back to her
threatened to kill the resident or himself on Arundel Road, it Magana, 50, took in court Tuesday ordered him removed from the case,
home, he told her not to tell anyone,
was reported at 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 20. came after more than two years of according to prosecutors.
according to prosecutors.
Grand theft. Someone stole a backpack on Wellington court proceedings since the May 5, The incident was reported to police Camperi said he appreciated Judge
Drive, it was reported at 4 a.m. Monday, Aug. 20. 2016, incident in which he took a after the woman told her son and Stephanie Garratt and Deputy District
woman to an empty building at around brother what happened the next day, Attorney Joe Goethals’ patience and
REDWOOD CITY 10 p.m. on the premise that they according to prosecutors. professionalism, which he said
would see if the janitorial company District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe allowed he and his client to reach a
Reckl es s dri v ers . A woman was driving recklessly on El
employing him would hire her, accord- said he was pleased with the plea resolution on a very difficult case.
Camino Real, it was reported at 5:52 p.m. Wednesday Aug.
29. ing to prosecutors. deal, noting it could send a message Magana, who has been out of cus-
Reckl es s dri v ers . Someone was seen driving recklessly Shortly after arriving at the build- to Magana’s victim that prosecu- tody on a $200,000 bail bond, will
on Whipple Avenue, it was reported at 4:34 p.m. Wednesday ing, the woman discovered they were t o rs b el i ev ed h er acco un t ev en next appear in court Nov. 1 for sen-
Aug. 29. alone and rejected several of Magana’s tencing, according to prosecutors.
Vandal i s m. A man vandalized a mailbox with his bike on
Oak Avenue, it was reported at 10:36 a.m. Wednesday, Aug.
29.

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO


Mal i ci o us mi s chi ef. An incident of malicious mischief
occurred on Armour Avenue, it was reported at 12:50 p.m.
Thursday, Aug. 30.
Burg l ary . Someone broke into a storage container on
Oyster Point Boulevard, it was reported at 12:07 Thursday,
Aug. 30.
Petty theft. Someone stole items from a grocery store on
Hickey Boulevard, it was reported at, 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug.
30.
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Peggy Eileen Hopp Obituaries


Wife, mother, grandmother, sister and Celebration of Life is Sept. 22, in
aunt, Peggy Eileen Hopp (nee Jackson), 72, Redwood City, California.
died peacefully with her family by her side
Aug. 24, 2018, in Roseville, California, Harold Elmer Meeker
after a brief illness.
Harold Elmer Meeker, age 89, of San
She is survived by her husband of more Carlos, California, died Aug. 24. He leaves
than 50 years, Mark Hopp of Auburn; her behind his wife of 64 years, Lorraine
children Richard Hopp of San Carlos; Meeker, children Lawrence, Kathleen, Susan
Marcie Hopp of Rocklin; grandchildren and William, and grandchildren Elizabeth,
McKayla and Riley Hopp of Rocklin; and Laura and William. His brother Warren, sis-
her sisters Patsy Coulson (Jim), Paula ter Rita and son Kenneth all preceded him in
Casaretto (Mark) and Pamela Jackson, as death.
well as many devoted nieces and nephews. Harold was born March 24, 1929, in
Peggy was raised in San Carlos, moving Queens, New York. He earned a civil engi-
to Auburn, California, after raising her own neering degree in 1954 and an MBA in
children in the Bay Area. Once retired, 1974. During his early years, he built model
Peggy loved helping to raise her grandchil- railroads and coached Little League. A Foster City woman found a baby spiny-tailed iguana hiding inside her bikini top after she
dren, was an avid reader who enjoyed doing Harold spent his entire career in the rail- returned from a vacation in Cancun.
crosswords and arts and crafts, and spending road industry. He worked for the B&O from
time with her numerous friends and rela-
Iguana stows away in bikini top Local briefs
1956 to 1966, and for the WPRR and UPRR
tives. from 1966 to 1985. After retirement, he A baby iguana accidentally made its way
across the Mexican border to Foster City of six felony counts of lewd acts with a child
Peggy possessed a friendly, winning per- practiced as an industry consultant. Harold Tuesday after he was arrested on reports he
sonality with a sharp wit that drew everyone and Lorraine also traveled throughout the last month stowed way in a woman’s lug-
gage, officials with the Peninsula Humane molested his four daughters over a span of
to her. She traveled occasionally for her country visiting all 50 states. nearly 13 years, according to the San Mateo
work in the publishing business and as a Memorial service will be 10 a. m. Society and SPCA said Monday.
The discovery occurred on Aug. 5 as she County District Attorney’s Office.
result, made lifelong friends nationwide. Monday, Oct. 29, at St. Charles Church in The man, who the Daily Journal is not
“She was once referred to as ‘everybody’s San Carlos. returned from a vacation in Cancun. The
woman found the baby spiny-tailed iguana naming as not to identify the victims, is
friend,’ and indeed she was. She was dearly In lieu of flowers, donate to Veterans of said to have allegedly fondled his daughters
loved and will be missed by all.” Foreign Wars or Wounded Warriors. hiding inside her bikini top, according to
the PHS/SPCA. when they were between the ages of 8 and 12
The woman took the animal, which is between Oct. 1, 2004, and Sept. 10, 2017.
native to Mexico and Central America, to He is not being charged with having sex
the PHS/SPCA immediately. with or orally copulating them, according
“We were advised that no mandatory quar- to prosecutors.
antine was necessary and he didn’t need to His oldest daughter, who is now 22, is
be returned to Mexico,” PHS/SPCA commu- said to have recently told a friend about what
nications manager Buggy Martin Tarbox he did to her when she was between 9 and 12
said in a statement. years old, and the friend allegedly encour-
The iguana was eventually taken to an ani- aged her to report him to police, according
mal sanctuary specializing in reptiles. to prosecutors.
PHS/SPCA officials recommend carefully In a pretext phone call, the man allegedly
shaking out any gear and clothing before admitted his daughters’ accounts were true
packing to avoid accidentally taking ani- and said the devil made him do it, according
mals out of their native areas. to prosecutors.
The man was allegedly ordered not to have
Man behind bars for contact with his daughters when he appeared
in court Tuesday. He is set to enter a plea and
“I don't have a complaint. Not one... allegedly molesting four daughters identify his defense attorney when he
A 51-year-old San Mateo father is behind returns to court Sept. 11, according to pros-
I made a small place for myself in the story bars on $6 million bail and facing charges ecutors.

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Court: Cities can’t prosecute people for sleeping on streets


By Rebecca Boone can criminalize, it said.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “As a result, just as the state may not
criminalize the state of being ‘homeless in
BOISE, Idaho — Cities can’t prosecute public places,’ the state may not ‘criminal-
people for sleeping on the streets if they ize conduct that is an unavoidable conse-
have nowhere else to go because it amounts quence of being homeless — namely sit-
to cruel and unusual punishment, which is ting, lying, or sleeping on the streets,”’
unconstitutional, a federal appeals court Berzon wrote.
said Tuesday. The ruling shows it’s time for Boise offi-
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals cials to start proposing “real solutions,”
sided with six homeless people from Boise, said Maria Foscarinis, executive director of
Idaho, who sued the city in 2009 over a the National Law Center on Homelessness
local ordinance that banned sleeping in & Poverty, whose attorneys were among
public spaces. The ruling could affect sever- those representing the homeless residents.
al other cities across the U.S. West that “Criminally punishing homeless people
have similar laws. for sleeping on the street when they have
It comes as many places across the West nowhere else to go is inhumane, and we
Coast are struggling with homelessness applaud the court for holding that it is also
brought on by rising housing costs and unconstitutional, ” Foscarinis said in a
income inequality. statement.
When the Boise lawsuit was filed, attor- Boise spokesman Mike Journee said city
BYRONV2 ON VISUALHUNT
neys for the homeless residents said as attorneys were considering their next steps,
Many places across the West Coast are struggling with homelessness brought on by rising which could include asking the full 9th
many as 4,500 people didn’t have a place to housing costs and income inequality.
sleep in Idaho’s capital city and homeless Circuit to reconsider the ruling or appealing
shelters only had about 700 available beds ticipation for some programs, making “A city cannot, via the threat of prosecu- to the U.S. Supreme Court.
or mats. The case bounced back and forth in those shelters unsuitable for people with tion, coerce an individual to attend reli- But city officials also believe the ruling
the courts for years, and Boise modified its different beliefs, the homeless residents gion-based treatment programs consistent- validates the approach Boise officers have
rules in 2014 to say homeless people could- said. ly with the Establishment Clause of the taken since 2014 — not ticketing homeless
n’t be prosecuted for sleeping outside when The three-judge panel for the 9th Circuit First Amendment,” Judge Marsha Berzon people when shelters are full, he said.
shelters were full. found that the shelter rules meant homeless wrote. “If there are, as a result of the ruling,
But that didn’t solve the problem, the people would still be at risk of prosecution The biggest issue was that the city’s adjustments that need to be made, we’ll con-
attorneys said, because Boise’s shelters even on days when beds were open. The rul e v i o l at ed t h e U. S. Co n s t i t ut i o n ’s sider those when the time comes,” Journee
limit the number of days that homeless res- judges also said the religious programming Ei g h t h Amen dmen t ag ai n s t cruel an d said.
idents can stay. Two of the city’s three shel- woven into some shelter programs was a unusual punishment, the court found. The Other cities have faced similar lawsuits,
ters also require some form of religious par- problem. amendment limits what the government with varying results.

District election lawsuit threat targets Redwood City


By Zachary Clark choice or otherwise influence the outcome place a candidate of their choice.” Shenkman in court it lost.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF of the city’s council elections.” However, Aguirre isn’t the only racial Redwood City is the latest Peninsula city
Latinos comprise 39 percent of Redwood minority on the council. Councilman Jeff to receive a letter from Shenkman. It arrived
A Southern California attorney has threat- City’s population and currently just one of Gee is Asian-American and Mayor Ian Bain Aug. 8.
ened litigation if Redwood City does not the city’s seven councilmembers, Alicia is African-American. In San Mateo County, Menlo Park recent-
switch from at-large to district elections for Aguirre, is Latina. Shenkman has given the city until Sept. ly switched to district elections and South
City Council. Shenkman claims Aguirre has been the 22 to discuss a transition to district elec- San Francisco and Half Moon Bay are in the
Malibu-based Kevin Shenkman claimed only Latino or Latina to serve on Redwood tions. process of transitioning, as is the San
Redwood City’s current election system City’s council in the past 15 years, and City spokeswoman Meghan Horrigan Mateo County Harbor Commission.
violates the California Voting Rights Act notes she wasn’t initially elected, but said the city attorney does not comment on Sequoia Union High and Redwood City
because it “dilutes the ability of Latinos (a appointed in 2005, “underscoring the potential litigation and “city staff are eval- Elementary school district officials and the
‘protected class’) to elect candidates of their inability of Latinos to elect in the first uating next steps.” county Board of Supervisors made similar
Redwood City is the latest Peninsula city choices as well. The San Mateo County
to receive a letter from Shenkman, who has Community College District adopted the
made a similar case in letters to cities across by-district system but without being threat-
California. The one time a city fought ened by a lawsuit.

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GOP hits President
Trump for criticizing
Justice Department
By Catherine Lucey
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump encountered


bipartisan criticism on Tuesday for complaining that his own
Justice Department’s indictments against
two Republican congressmen were endan-
gering the GOP’s midterm election
prospects, with one Republican senator
saying of Trump’s attack, “We can’t nor-
malize that.”
Trump’s tweet was his latest effort to
press the government’s chief law enforce-
REUTERS FILE PHOTO ment agency to react to his personal and
U.S. Sen. Jon Kyl, center, leads a news conference about his opposition to moving forward on a vote to ratify the START treaty Donald Trump political views. Investigators are not
during the current lame duck session with Sen. Jeff Sessions, left, and Sen. Lindsey Graham. supposed to take into account the politi-
cal affiliations of the people they investigate, and the depart-

Former Arizona U.S. Sen. Jon ment has a history of prosecuting lawmakers of both major
political parties no matter which controls the White House.
“It was over and above what he’s done before,” Sen. Jeff

Kyl to replace John McCain


By Melissa Daniels with his family, is McCain’s seat through 2022. The seat
Flake, R-Ariz., told reporters. “To say the Justice Department
ought to punish his enemies and protect his friends goes
beyond what any president in my memory has ever said, and
that we can’t normalize that.”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS currently shepherd- will then be up again for a full six-year Flake has repeatedly criticized Trump for his performance
ing Trump’s nomi- term. If Kyl does not serve after the end as president and is not seeking re-election this fall.
PHOENIX — Prolonging the uncer- nation of Brett of the current congressional term on Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., said in North Korea people
tainty over who will fill the late John Kavanaugh to the Jan. 3, 2019, Arizona’s governor can might see a leader saying “who you prosecute.”
McCain’s U.S. Senate seat, the gover- U.S. Supreme Court. appoint another senator for the remain- “No president of the United States, Republican or
nor of Arizona on Tuesday announced Kyl’s appointment ing year. By state law the senator will Democrat, has ever, ever crossed the line and told people,
the appointment of former Sen. Jon Kyl will make it possi- have to be a member of the same party ‘Don’t prosecute Republicans. Only prosecute Democrats,”’
but said he has only committed to serve ble for him to vote as the departing one, in this case the Leahy said.
until the end of the year. John McCain for the nomination. GOP. Trump tweeted on Monday, “Obama era investigations, of
“It’s my hope that he serves longer.” But it’s unclear For now, Kyl will pad Republicans’ two very popular Republican Congressmen were brought to a
Gov. Doug Ducey, a Republican, said as what more Kyl, 76, will do in margin in the narrowly divided Senate. well publicized charge, just ahead of the Mid-Terms, by the
he announced the pick at the Arizona Washington. He said he agreed to serve They hold a 51-49 majority but that Jeff Sessions Justice Department. Two easy wins now in
Capitol. He said Kyl was “the best pos- briefly out of a “sense of duty” and will dwindled to a single vote while McCain doubt because there is not enough time. Good job Jeff......”
sible person, regardless of politics.” not run for the seat in 2020, when stayed in Arizona for much of this year Trump did not name the Republican congressmen, but he
Kyl, a Republican who retired from Arizona voters will have their first deci- being treated for the brain cancer that apparently was referring to the first two Republicans to
the Senate in 2012 to spend more time sion on who fills the remainder of killed him on Aug. 25. endorse him in the GOP presidential primaries.

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Around the nation


Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel
abandons quest for third term
Woodward puts White House
CHICAGO — Rahm Emanuel, whose tumultuous tenure as
Chicago mayor included an infamous police shooting and a
surge in violent crime, said in a surprise
announcement Tuesday that he would
abandon his plan to seek a third term
back in damage-control mode
By Zeke Miller
next year but gave no reason for the sud- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
den change of heart.
Emanuel also led the effort to conduct WASHINGTON — An incendiary
the largest mass closing of neighbor- tell-all book by a reporter who
hood schools in American history and is helped bring down President Richard
credited with helping to stabilize the Nixon set off a firestorm in the White
Rahm Emanuel city’s finances through politically House on Tuesday, with its descrip-
unpopular increases in taxes and fees. tions of current and former aides call-
The 58-year-old former White House chief of staff known ing President Donald Trump an “idiot
for his pugnacious political style said only that he and his and a “liar,” disparaging his judg-
wife “look forward to writing that next chapter in our jour- ment and claiming they plucked
ney together.” papers off his desk to prevent him
“This has been the job of a lifetime, but it is not a job for from withdrawing from a pair of trade
a lifetime,” the mayor said, reading prepared remarks at a agreements.
news conference where he was joined at the podium by his The book by Washington Post jour-
wife. He held her hand throughout the announcement. nalist Bob Woodward is the latest to
Before becoming mayor in 2011, Emanuel was a throw the Trump administration into
Democratic congressman and chief of staff to President damage-control mode with explosive The book by Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward is the latest to throw the
Barack Obama. In winning the city’s top office, he succeed- anecdotes and concerns about the Trump administration into damage-control mode with explosive anecdotes and
ed Richard M. Daley, who was mayor for more than 20 commander in chief. The Associated concerns about the commander in chief.The Post on Tuesday published details from
years, and won a second term in 2015. Press obtained a copy of “Fear: Trump ‘Fear:Trump in the White House,’ the Watergate reporter's forthcoming examination
in the White House” on Tuesday, a of Trump's first 18 months in office.
EPA watchdog faults agency week before its official release.
for Pruitt’s 24/7 security costs Trump decried the quotes and stories House, in a statement from press sec- Russian election interference and
WASHINGTON — The Environmental Protection Agency in the book on Twitter as “frauds, a retary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, dis- potential coordination with Trump’s
failed to properly justify spending more than $3.5 million con on the public, ” adding that missed the book as “nothing more campaign. Dowd, who stepped down
on around-the-clock security for former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and than fabricated stories, many by for- in January, resigned after the mock
head Scott Pruitt, including nearly $1 chief of staff John Kelly had denied mer disgruntled employees, told to interview, the book said.
million in travel costs for his body- uttering quoted criticisms of the pres- make the President look bad.” “Don’t testify. It’s either that or an
guards, the agency’s internal watchdog ident in the book. Woodward did not immediately orange jumpsuit, ” Dowd is quoted
concluded on Tuesday. And he denied accounts in the book respond to a request for comment. telling the president.
The EPA allowed Pruitt and his team to that senior aides snatched sensitive The book quotes chief of staff John Dowd, in a statement Tuesday, said
increase the security detail to 19 agents, documents off his desk to keep him Kelly as having doubts about Trump’s “no so-called ‘practice session’ or
up from six for Pruitt’s predecessor, from making impulsive decisions. He mental faculties, declaring during one ‘re-enactment”’ took place and denied
without proving the need, “an undocu- said in an interview with The Daily meeting, “We’re in Crazytown.” It saying Trump was likely to end up in
mented decision (that) represents an Caller, “There was nobody taking also says he called Trump an “idiot,” an orange jumpsuit.
Scott Pruitt anything from me.” an account that Kelly denied Tuesday. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is
inefficient use of agency resources,” the
inspector general concluded. The publication of Woodward’s The book says Trump’s former quoted explaining to Trump why the
Pruitt left the EPA in July after less than 1 1/2 years and book has been anticipated for weeks, lawyer in the Russia probe, John U.S. maintains troops on the Korean
amid unending revelations of scandals over his spending and current and former White House Dowd, doubted the president’s ability Peninsula to monitor North Korea’s
and other allegations of abuses of office. The new acting officials estimate that nearly all their to avoid perjuring himself should he missile activities. “We’re doing this
EPA administrator, Andrew Wheeler, ended the unprecedent- colleagues cooperated with the famed be interviewed in special counsel in order to prevent World War III,”
ed full-time security detail that same month. Watergate journalist. The White Robert Mueller’s investigation into Mattis said, according to the book.

Frank Lloyd Wright-designed


Phoenix home for sale for $12.9M
PHOENIX — A Phoenix home that architect Frank Lloyd
California AG hopeful’s ethics hearing starts
Wright designed for his son and was spared from demolition By Don Thompson neys, said during with 46 percent of the votes. Bailey
is up for sale. and Sophia Bollag opening statements advanced to the runoff 21 points
The Arizona Republic reported Monday that the asking THE ASSOCIATED PRESS at the Tuesday hear- behind in second place.
price for the spiral-shaped house in Phoenix’s upscale ing. No decision is expected from the
Arcadia neighborhood is $12.95 million. SACRAMENTO — A former judge The ethics com- commission until well after the Nov. 6
Owner Zach Rawling announced in June he would donate running a longshot campaign to mission has a election. Bailey could be publicly
the David and Gladys Wright House to the local architecture unseat California’s attorney general is “mountain” of evi- admonished but he can’t be disqualified
school established by Wright. facing a judicial ethics tribunal two dence Bailey’s con- from the attorney general’s race.
months before the November election. duct was inappropri- Murphy denies Bailey’s actions
Steven Bailey, a Republican who Steven Bailey ate for a judge, interfered with his judicial impartiali-
served as an El Dorado County judge including testimo- ty and blamed inadvertent errors for
from 2009 through August 2017, is ny from 20 witnesses and more than several of the allegations, including
accused of using the job to aid his 200 exhibits, said Mark Lizarraga, the that Bailey provided a written testi-
political campaign, improperly lawyer presenting the commission’s monial for a political survey compa-
accepting gifts and steering business case. ny.
to a firm where his son worked. The hearing in Sacramento creates The commission is deciding whether
Three special masters from the another hurdle in Bailey’s uphill cam- to discipline Bailey over claims of
Commission on Judicial Performance paign against Attorney General Xavier conduct “that brings the judicial office
on Tuesday began considering the alle- Becerra, a Democrat appointed last into disrepute” and of “willful miscon-
gations. year by Gov. Jerry Brown to fill a duct in office” — the harshest charge
The case against Bailey is “overly vacancy. Becerra is seeking his first and enough that it could have prompt-
zealous” and “politically motivated,” full four-year term. ed his removal if he still were on the
James Murphy, one of Bailey’s attor- Becerra easily won the June primary bench.

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Prison reform programs
Meanwhile, the First Step Act is
Simple pleasures
Other voices
“T
The Post and Courier caught in a conflict between senators he biggest big business in America is not
of Charleston, South Carolina who seek federal sentencing reforms steel, automobiles or television. It is the
partnership between the Department and those who strongly oppose them. manufacture, refinement and distributor of
Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa,

A
prison reform bill that of Corrections and the Department of anxiety.” — Eric Sevareid, America news commentator.
passed the House with a Employment and Workforce, began at chairman of the Senate Judiciary I was reading the morning newspaper and getting more
strong bipartisan majority is Committee, wants to add bipartisan disgusted, outraged and depressed with each turn of the
a Manning facility and is being
slowly dying in the Senate. It must be sentencing reforms that narrowly page. Then I looked outside and noticed what a fantastic
expanded to other sites. Almost 70
rescued and broadened. missed Senate passage in 2016 to the day it was. The wild and crazy riot of color in the garden,
percent of the people who leave the spirited chirping of the birds, the vivid blue sky — all
The First Step Act focuses on ways prison after taking part in the pro- House legislation. That is adamantly
opposed by Sen. John Kennedy, R- washed over my senses. Such simple pleasures! Yet stop-
to help federal prisoners prepare for a gram find work within a year, which is
Louisiana, who opposed the sentenc- ping for a minute and taking in the scene of summer
productive life once they leave prison nearly three times the national aver-
ing reform bill passed by the brightened my day and made a great difference in my out-
and to support them in their search for age, according to corrections chief look on life. It’s very easy to get bogged down by reports
employment. It is a thoughtful Bryan Stirling. Louisiana Legislature last year, and
Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Arkansas, who of murder, mayhem, political offal and other disasters like
attempt to break the destructive cycle In the long run, reducing the num- the plight of so many whose homes have been destroyed
that results in more than half of feder- ber of repeat offenders is the best way argues that federal sentences are not
by the recent horrific wildfires. If we read the newspapers,
al prisoners returning to prison with- to address the burdensome cost of tough enough. watch the news on TV and try to keep up with current
in a few years after their first release. prisons. Instead, some states facing Senate Majority Leader Mitch events, we need some relief from all the depressing news,
Pilot programs have shown that overcrowded prisons and prison riots McConnell, R-Kentucky, could side- including the erratic behavior of our pathologically nar-
recidivism can be sharply reduced by are considering sentencing reforms line the entire prison reform bill to cissistic president.
providing such support. like those enacted last year in avoid a debate pitting Republicans In a recent edition of
The lone problem with the First Louisiana. Reducing sentences saves against each other before the midterm “Time” magazine, K.J.
Step Act is that it addresses only the money in the short run, but it may elections. That would be a shame. Dell’Antonio, author of
225,000 inhabitants of federal pris- prove to be a temporary respite unless Sen. Grassley should do the right “How to be a Happier
ons. That is just 15 percent of the the ex-offenders are successfully rein- thing and drop his effort to attach Parent,” suggests,
nation’s prison population. The bill tegrated into society. All it takes is sentencing reforms to the bill and “Moderate your news
doesn’t help the far more numerous one sensational crime to turn voters instead focus his committee on broad- intake. On any given day,
inmates transitioning from state pris- against what some hard-line legisla- ening it to encourage state action on ugly things have been said
ons and local jails. It should provide tors call “jailbreak” laws too lenient the prison-to-society transition. Sen. and done, justice has not
states with grants to encourage the on prisoners. McConnell should then green-light been served — and vast
establishment of similar prison-to- Upfront costs of reintegration pro- that bill. Such a compromise would forces are now aligned to
society assistance programs. grams can be a major obstacle to state lead to meaningful assistance for peo- be sure we do not miss a
South Carolina has shown that such action. Federal grants could provide a ple trying to put their lives back minute of it. But these
programs can work. The state’s com- helpful financial bridge to meet the together and avoid a return trip to flashes of anxiety are most-
prehensive re-entry program, part of a start-up costs. prison. ly pointless. I may need
and want to know what’s
going on in the world, but news delivered in that manner
evokes fear rather than informs.”
Letters to the editor What better time than summer to loosen up, turn off the
TV and enjoy some positive experiences? This makes me
think of a book I read a while back titled, “Healthy
New health care model needed dealing with bills and insurance while many times per week. We should also Pleasures,” by Robert Ornstein, Ph.D. and David Sobel,
your sick is cruel. It time to make big urgently invest in Millbrae’s M.D. What drew me to the book in first place was the
Editor, changes. nightlife to attract millennial con- authors’ unusual outlook about living healthfully.
The impending doom of Seton sumers. Whether we grimly plod through our days, nose to the
Hospital (“Operator of Seton seeks I believe Millbrae needs to estab- grindstone, never looking around us as we run on a tread-
bankruptcy” in the Sept. 1-2 edition Tim Donnelly lish a Business Improvement District, mill of constant activity, or we let every negative thing
of the Daily Journal) highlights the Burlingame or B.I.D. In a B.I.D., downtown prop- get to us instead of taking the time to enjoy the many
need to wrestle our health care from healthy pleasures that surround us if we take some time to
erty owners will invest a small
the hands of “bean counters.” We can- recognize them. This can make a great difference in our
amount yearly into a fund that will be
not be reliant on hedge funds for Millbrae needs used along with city contributions physical and psychological well-being. The authors
access to medical care and removing wrote: “The collective weight of the evidence strongly
the profit incentive should be a prior- an improvement district and grants to make improvements
points to how positive mood influences resistance to and
ity. Many are promoting “Medicare Editor, such as widening sidewalks and recovery from disease. The opposite is true as well: nega-
for all,” but that just perpetuates the Downtown Millbrae is a tragic installing new outdoor seating. The tive moods, depression, hostility and a lack of pleasure
profit motives and would break the embarrassment and fails to attract B.I.D.’s funds can also be used to all seem to contribute to poor health. There appears to be
bank. visitors. Neighboring cities like host exciting community events such a physiology of happiness which communicates to our
I recommend “VA for all,” or more Burlingame and San Mateo have street music festivals and holiday heart, our immune system, our entire body.”
precisely adopting the English sys- worked hard to develop bustling parades. Funds can only be used to Ornstein and Sobel are careful to caution that it’s best to
tem. It could operate like our educa- downtown districts with fantastic improve downtown Millbrae, and practice moderation in all things. One’s diet, lifestyle,
tion system, whereby government run shopping and food coupled with a directly reduce the burden on our tax- emotional issues and social activities must all be taken
health care would be available free of modern and vibrant atmosphere. payers and strained budget. into account. But if we don’t slow down and become mind-
charge to all residents, while private Burlingame even has a shuttle Burlingame, San Mateo and ful enough to allow ourselves to take in those things that
medical and insurance providers can between its downtown area and Redwood City all have B.I.D.’s, and recharge our batteries and uplift our spirits, not only does
continue to operate for those who hotels. the results speak for themselves. A quality of life suffer, but all of the concentration on calo-
wish to utilize them.  Millbrae has filthy sidewalks, no revitalized downtown Millbrae will rie and cholesterol numbers, aerobic exercise, body
image, etc. won’t do much good. Many studies are cited to
You could easily find negative parking, cigarette butts everywhere, give more opportunities for our resi-
back this up.
examples from the VA or English countless Asian restaurants, shuttered dents to support local businesses, and To enjoy healthy pleasures, our minds and hearts must
health care but the majority of their storefronts and uninviting businesses will put Millbrae on the map as “the be open and receptive. Then, as we tune into our feelings,
users are satisfied with the services that are closed most days. For the place to be.” we will sense a release of tension, a sense of pleasure and
and the cost per patient is much less record, I own a Chinese restaurant in sometimes a bit of transcendence from the mundane. As a
than our private-run system. downtown Millbrae and love Asian result, healthy pleasures help prevent uprightness of all
One thing is certain, what we have food, but we need more diversity in You You Xue sorts — to loosening up the workaholic who feels com-
now, is unsatisfactory. Having to our businesses to increase revenue. Millbrae pelled to be constantly productive, to mellowing those
negotiate a maze of gatekeepers and You can only eat Chinese food so who spend their energy worrying about this calorie and
that pec, or lamenting the state of the nation. And healthy
pleasures delectably enrich the lives of those who have
OUR MISSION:
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those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. thought of some already. How about viewing a beautiful
By combining local news and sports coverage, sunset, listening to and/or moving to inspirational
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Health and tech stocks dip


By Marley Jay hasn’t played in the NFL since the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS end of the 2016 season and is
High: 25,971.77 suing the league, saying owners
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks fin- Low: 25,805.95 conspired to keep him out of the
ished lower Tuesday as losses for Close: 25,952.48 game because of his protests of
health care and technology com- Change: -12.34 social injustice.
panies canceled out gains for Tesla skidded 4. 2 percent to
OTHER INDEXES $288.95 after a Goldman Sachs
banks. Another gain for Amazon
briefly brought its market value to S&P 500: 2896.72 -4.80 analyst said the company will face
$1 trillion. NYSE Index: 12,969.86 -47.02 rising competition from other
Banks rose as interest rates Nasdaq: 8091.25 -18.29 electric car makers as an important
climbed. Nike slumped after it NYSE MKT: 2654.31 -20.76 federal tax credit is phased out,
gave a major endorsement deal to Russell 2000: 1733.38 -7.38 while its spending is likely to
former San Francisco 49ers quar- increase further.
Wilshire 5000: 30,226.71 -47.82
terback Colin Kaepernick, known Goldman analyst David
for his protests of police brutality 10-Yr Bond: 2.90 +0.04 Tamberrino expects the stock to
and racial injustice. Oil (per barrel): 69.37 -0.43 fall to $210 in six months.
Investors didn’t commit to Gold : 1,197.20 -9.50 Amazon briefly traded above $1
many big moves as trading trillion in market value, a mile-
resumed after the Labor Day holi- they are fairly certain they know composite fell 18.29 points, or ny, also slumped. stone only Apple has surpassed
day. They are likely to focus on how the talks will end. 0. 2 percent, to 8, 091. 25. The Nike stock fell 3.2 percent to among publicly-traded U.S. com-
trade this week, as the U.S. is “I’m still pretty confident that Russell 2000 index lost 7. 38 $79.60 after the company said panies. Amazon finished with a
scheduled to resume trade talks before midterms or by the end of points, or 0. 4 percent, to Kaepernick will be one of the gain of 1.3 percent to $2,039.51,
with Canada on Wednesday and the year we’re going to have a 1,733.38. faces of its 30th anniversary “Just which gave it a market value of
could announce new tariffs on handshake agreement with the The S&P 500 has risen in eight Do It” campaign. Investors feared $995 billion.
$200 billion in Chinese imports NAFTA region and China, ” he of the past nine weeks and closed a possible backlash from cus- Apple reached the $1 trillion
later in the week. said. at an all-time high Wednesday. tomers. mark on Aug. 2 and is now valued
Mark Hackett, chief of invest- The S&P 500 index gave up 4.80 Drugmakers and suppliers took Two seasons ago Kaepernick at $1.1 trillion. According to S&P
ment research at financial services points, or 0. 2 percent, to some of the sharpest losses began a wave of protests by NFL Dow Jones Indices, Amazon and
firm Nationwide, said investors 2, 896. 72. The Dow Jones Tuesday, and big technology com- players, kneeling during the Apple combined account for 8 per-
are paying less attention to trade- Industrial Average dipped 12.34 panies including Facebook and national anthem to protest police cent of the current value of the
related headlines recently because points to 25,952.48. The Nasdaq Alphabet, Google’s parent compa- brutality and racial inequality. He S&P 500.

Twitter CEO says company isn’t Business briefs


biased, wants healthy debate
WASHINGTON — Twitter’s CEO says the
As Mercedes unveils its
company isn’t biased against Republicans electric SUV, Tesla’s stock slumps
or Democrats and is working on ways to SAN FRANCISCO — Mercedes-Benz has
ensure that debate is healthier on its plat- unveiled an all-electric SUV that it plans to
form. start producing next year in Germany, the
In prepared testimony released before a latest to challenge Tesla in the luxury elec-
House hearing Wednesday, Jack Dorsey says tric car market.
he wants to be clear about one thing: Daimler AG’s luxury brand showed off its
“Twitter does not use political ideology to EQC sport utility crossover at an event out-
make any decisions, whether related to side Stockholm. It’s seen as a rival to
ranking content on our service or how we Tesla’s Model X.
enforce our rules.” It also comes as Jaguar Land Rover offers
The testimony comes as some the I-Pace electric SUV and Volkswagen’s
Republicans say conservatives have been luxury arm Audi is due later this month to
censored on social media. unveil its e-tron in San Francisco.
Dorsey offered an explanation of how San Tesla’s stock, meanwhile, slumped more REUTERS
Francisco-based Twitter uses “behavioral than 4 percent Tuesday after a Goldman The Amazon.com logo and stock price information is seen on screens at the Nasdaq Market.
Sachs analyst said he expects the company
signals,” such as the way accounts interact
and behave on the service. Those signals
can help weed out spam and abuse.
to face rising competition while its spend-
ing is likely to increase.
Amazon is second U.S. company
to reach $1 trillion market value
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS its brick-and-mortar presence.
The company’s rise has boosted the for-
NEW YORK — Amazon on Tuesday tunes of its founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos: His
became the second publicly traded company 16 percent stake in Amazon is now worth
to be worth $1 trillion, hot on the heels of about $160 billion. Forbes magazine placed
iPhone maker Apple. him at the top of its 2018 billionaires list
Launched as an online bookstore in 1995, for the first time, surpassing Microsoft co-
Amazon.com has changed the way people founder Bill Gates and billionaire investor
shop for toilet paper, TVs and just about Warren Buffett.
anything else. In its two decades, the com- Amazon stock has increased almost 600
pany has expanded far beyond those book- percent in the last five years, including a 70
seller beginnings, combining its world- percent surge so far in 2018 alone. On
spanning retail operations with less flashy Tuesday, the stock climbed enough to push
but very profitable advertising and cloud the company’s valuation pass the $1 tril-
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Wednesday • Sept. 5, 2018

Local duo lands in NY-Penn baseball playoffs


By Terry Bernal pulled aside with team- safely in three regular- been a pleasure to be a part of it — and cele-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF mate, and fellow out- season games, going 4 brate with them and pop Champagne.”
fielder, Billy Wilson. for 10 with a home run. One of the bats in Mahoning Valley’s
They were informed there With a ninth-inning lineup is another San Mateo County guy,
Jonathan Engelmann had already wrapped was more baseball to be pinch-hit single former Serra catcher Michael Tinsley. The
up his season with his first professional played this year, as both Saturday, he also got to two had never played together prior to
team. A 31st round draft pick by the were promoted to the play in the Scrappers’ Engelmann’s promotion.
Cleveland Indians out of University of Short-Season Mahoning playoff clincher, a 5-2
Michigan in June, he landed in the Rookie- For Tinsley, though, it was a welcome
Valley Scrappers of the win over Pirates affiliate addition to touch base with someone
Class Arizona League, playing in 35 games, New York-Penn League.
including an elimination loss in the play-
Jonathan Michael Tinsley West Virginia. from back home. The 2013 Serra gradu-
Engelmann After opening eyes “It’s a team that knows ate has been scuffling through a gruel-
offs to the Arizona League Dodgers. with a .315 batting aver- how to win,” Engelmann said of his recent ing season, hitting just . 147 (16 for
As he was getting ready to pack it in for age (34 for 108) with four home runs and 24 New York-Penn League assignment. “You 109) in his first full season since returning
the 2018 season, Engelmann —  a 2015 RBIs in rookie ball, Engelmann made a can go up and down the lineup and through
graduate of Burlingame High School — got quick splash at Mahoning Valley, hitting the staff, they’ve been on a mission. … It’s See BASEBALL, Page 14

Youth in served on court


Aragon earns first win by handing the Tigers their initial loss
By Nathan Mollat
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

The Notre Dame-Belmont tennis team has it


backward. Last year, with a senior-laden squad,
the Tigers ran roughshod over the West Bay
Athletic League’s Skyline Division, going a
perfect 14-0 in the WBAL’s lower division.
Because of that, the Tigers were bumped up
to the more competitive Foothill Division
this season — a year in which NDB will be
rebuilding having graduated 12 seniors from
last year’s Central Coast Section squad.
“We’re nowhere near as strong as we were
last year,” said NDB’s second-year coach Art TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
Soriano. “[This year’s varsity team] is basi-
cally last year’s JV team.” Hillsdale libero Nadia Barcklay was a digging
Despite the young lineup, the Tigers opened machine in Tuesday’s four-set win at home
the season with a pair of non-league victories. against Gunn-Palo alto.
Tuesday, however, the Tigers took a step up
in competition, facing an always solid Aragon
squad that is experiencing a youth movement
of its own.
Plenty of fight
But the Dons seem further along the growth
scale than the Tigers, as Aragon posted a 6-1
win, its first of the season.
“The girls played a little better than last
inLady Knights
By Terry Bernal
week,” said Aragon coach Dave Owdom, refer- DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
encing a 5-2 loss to Crystal Springs last week.
“I have a lot of girls (in the program) but depth Hillsdale volleyball fans sure have the
… will be tough.” “She’s a freshman!” chant down. That’s
Featuring a singles lineup with two fresh- because they’ve had plenty of practice.
men and a sophomore, along with two more As the Fighting Knights continue to
freshmen and a sophomore playing at doubles, reload in what head coach Dwight Crump
the Dons will also be young and inexperienced calls another rebuilding year, the emergence
this season, as Owdom graduated 10 players of a contender may be on its way sooner
from last year’s squad. rather than later. And it’s much in part to the
Despite that, the Dons took three of the four youth movement.
singles match and swept all three doubles. “We’ve got lots of depth,” Crump said.
NDB’s only win came at No. 1, where Arya “And the team chemistry is awesome for a
Tumuluri improved to 3-0 on the season with a team that’s rebuilding.”
6-3, 6-3 win over Aragon sophomore Hillsdale (4-0 overall) has a trio of
Christina Wu, a former tournament player who dynamo sophomores, all of who played as
is rededicating herself to the sport after sitting varsity freshmen last year. This season,
out for a year. Crump has brought aboard three more fresh-
Tumuluri won the first three games of the men who are apparently just as dynamo as
first set before Wu climbed back into the set by last year’s trio.
winning consecutive games. NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL With sophomore Audrey Gilbert, and
Aragon freshman Jessica Fu steps into a return during her 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 2 singles. The Dons
See TENNIS, Page 16 would go on to beat Notre Dame-Belmont 6-1 in a non-league match in San Mateo. See KNIGHTS, Page 14

Good for business? Nike gets political with Kap ad


By Mae Anderson even if it means sacrific- Most big corporations steer clear of poli- said the ad is provocative but “authentic to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ing everything.” tics, and marketing experts disagreed Tuesday who they are and the communities they repre-
The ad, part of Nike’s over whether the Kaepernick campaign is sent and speak to,” including the athletes.
30th anniversary “Just Do good business. “Even in the face of potential backlash,
NEW YORK — Why do it?
it” campaign, has out- But some noted approvingly that it made a they support their athlete partners, and that’s
Nike has touched off a furor by wading into raged many. Online, peo- an incredibly powerful statement to the ath-
football’s national anthem debate with an ad big splash and set Nike apart. And they said it
ple threatened boycotts could solidify Nike’s bond with athletes, espe- lete community,” Gordon said.
featuring Colin Kaepernick, the former 49ers and posted videos and cially black ones, an important consideration Other athletes in the campaign include ten-
quarterback who was the first athlete to kneel photos of shoes set on for a company that relies heavily on sports nis star Serena Williams, New York Giants
during “The Star-Spangled Banner” to protest fire, Nike gear thrown in
Colin stars to endorse its products. wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and Shaquem
police brutality against blacks and hasn’t the trash, and swoosh
Kaepernick Griffin, a linebacker whose left hand was
played a game since 2016. logos cut out of products. Brian Gordon, CEO of Engine Shop, a
The ad copy reads: “Believe in something, sports and entertainment marketing agency, See NIKE, Page 15
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JC volleyball teams starting fresh in 2018


DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT Which makes the 3-1 start to the CSM (Pittman-Turlock), who is averaging about one match, dropping a 19-25, 25-10, 25-7,
season encouraging. The Bulldogs opened 30 assists per match so far this season. 25-17 decision to Modesto in their season
Despite there being a wealth of volleyball the season last week with a 3-2 win over De Sophomore Honoria Aguilar (Independence- opener last week. They’ll host College of
talent on the Peninsula, not much of it has Anza, before sweeping Taft in three Bakersfield) and freshman Grace Willming Sequoias at 2 p.m. Thursday at CSM as the
trickled up in recent years to the schools in straight. They dropped their first match of (Pittman-Turlock) have turned up the gym at Cañada is being rebuilt.
the San Mateo County Community College the season, 3-1, to Santa Rosa, but bounced defense, combining for 16 digs per match. At least the Bulldogs and Colts are a
District: Cañada, San Mateo and Skyline back with a 3-0 sweep of Alameda. The Bulldogs will look to improve their known quantity at this point, which can’t
colleges. The Bulldogs’ quick start is due in large record today when they host Los Medanos be said for Skyline. After going 4-21 in
The lack of game-changing talent on the part to a pair of freshmen: Hannah Gamez in a noon match. 2015 and 7-18 in 2016, the Trojans did not
rosters of the local community colleges has (Moreau Catholic-Hayward) and arguably Much like CSM, Cañada is looking to field a team in 2017.
made it difficult to make any headway in the the biggest get of any of the local pro- improve on a disappointing 2017 and, like This year, they’re hoping to take a step
standings. CSM and Cañada combined to go grams, Lille Tuivailala (Aragon). Tuivailala the Bulldogs, the Colts will be breaking in forward with the hiring of Nilo Mauricio as
6-16 in Coast Conference play in 2017 and was a first-team All-Bay Division selection a number of new players. the team’s new head coach. They plucked
14-34 overall (both finished with overall last season and one of the best athletes to Cañada will lean heavily on a pair of Mauricio out of the high school ranks,
records of 7-17 last season). come out of the Peninsula in the last year. sophomores for offense, Anmol Sharma where he turned Burlingame into a Central
And Skyline, the most senior of programs Gamez leads the Bulldogs in kills, averag- (Carlmont) and Brooke Krieger (Half Moon Coast Section power the last several years,
among the three, did not even field a team in ing just over 10 a game. Tuivailala is sec- Bay), neither of whom factored much in the culminating with a Peninsula Athletic
2017. ond, with nine. Both average nearly three Colts’ offense last year, combining for League Bay Division championship last
To make things more difficult, while kills per set. As a team, the Bulldogs aver- under three kills per set. season and a spot in the CCS Open
Skyline is trying to field its team, both the age 10.4 kills per game, an early-season Middle blocker Danielle Barsi (Notre Division. In 2016, Mauricio led the
Bulldogs and Colts will be rebuilding in improvement over last season’s 9.7 kills Dame-Belmont) had a total of 15 blocks last Panthers to the CCS Division III title.
2018. CSM has only four sophomores on a per set. season. Skyline opens the 2018 campaign by
roster of 11, while Cañada returns only two The improved offense can be attributed to It’s hard to know what kind of season the hosting Contra Costa College at 6:30 p.m.
players from last season. a new setter in freshman Fallon Evans Colts are in for as they have played only Wednesday.

Sports brief
Furniture Row Racing closing Stanford’s Arcega-Whiteside
a year after winning NASCAR title
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Furniture Row Racing will cease
operations at the end of the season, one year after Martin
capitalizes on focus on Love
Truex Jr. won the NASCAR Cup Series championship driv- By Josh Dubow putting both safeties near the line of scrimmage for much of
ing for the maverick team. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the night to slow down Love even if that meant Arcega-
Whiteside and Trent Irwin got one-on-one matchups on the
Furniture Row is an anomaly in NASCAR in that it is a outside.
STANFORD — JJ Arcega-Whiteside’s phone died follow-
single-car team based in Denver, far removed from the stock The Aztecs did manage to slow down Love, who had 29
ing his season-opening game for Stanford because he got
car series’ North Carolina hub. Team owner Barney Visser yards on 18 carries after leading all Power 5 backs with
so many text messages and notifications following a three-
was a racing enthusiast with a vision when he launched the 2,118 yards rushing a year ago. After a slow start for the
touchdown performance against San Diego State.
team in 2005, determined to do it his own way. Cardinal, Arcega-Whiteside made sure his coaches and quar-
All that attention Arcega-Whiteside got off the field came
in part because the Aztecs paid so little to terback knew he could win his matchups on the outside and
him on the field, choosing to do whatev- the game plan changed.
er it takes to slow down Heisman Trophy He caught six passes for 226 yards — the third most in
runner-up Bryce Love no matter the con- school history — for the game and added a 2-point conver-
sequences. sion to go with his three TD catches.
Loading up the box to stop Love fig- “We were trying to establish the running game and it was
ures to be much more difficult this season getting difficult because their free safety was coming into
against the 10th-ranked Cardinal (1-0) the box and they were playing one-on-one across the
because quarterback K.J. Costello is so board,” he said. “There was a lot of space. That’s something
skilled at throwing the deep pass to you have to bring up to the coaches. ... Because at the end
JJ Arcega- Arcega-Whiteside and a group of talented of the day, if the whole defense is stacking the box, you can
Whiteside pass catchers. only do so much in the run game.”
“It relieves pressure off the run game,” Arcega-Whiteside Some of those catches came on plays where he appeared
said Tuesday. “We have one of the best, if not the best, run- covered but had the ability to jump over the defenders to
ning back in the country. ... To go out the first game of the come down with the ball. Arcega-Whiteside’s 6-foot-3 size
year and have over 300 yards receiving kind of shows we and a vertical leap measured at 34 inches in the spring make
can beat you with our running game or passing game, him an almost impossible matchup for smaller corner-
depending on which one you want to take away.” backs.
That will be the challenge No. 17 Southern California (1- “There’s not a lot of wideouts that I’ve come across that
0) faces Saturday in an early-season Pac-12 showdown. have his knack and ability to position themselves properly
San Diego State made its game plan clear from the start,
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Yankees power past A’s to draw even Stephens


By Michael Wagaman
Defending champ
knocked the game in the seventh, added a two-out RBI
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Yankees 5, A’s 1 single later in the eighth.

OAKLAND — Luke Voit hit a tiebreaking


Four pitchers combined
on a two-hitter for the
Hechavarria homered in the ninth, his first
with the Yankees after being acquired from
out of the US. Open
homer leading off the eighth inning, Adeiny Yankees. David Robertson Pittsburgh last week. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Hechavarria also went deep and the Yankees (8-3) retired three batters Stephen Piscotty hit his 22nd home run for
beat the A’s 5-1 Tuesday night. to earn the win. Oakland. NEW YORK — First, there were four break
Brett Gardner singled twice and scored a pair Voit homered on an 0-1 For the second time in four games, the A’s points squandered, along with an early
of runs for New York. Aaron Hicks added two pitch from Fernando started a reliever. Liam Hendriks, who also chance for the lead.
RBIs. Rodney (4-3), a towering started Saturday, pitched the first inning before Next, three more wasted.
The Yankees didn’t have a baserunner until solo shot to left field. Voit Daniel Mengden took over in the second. Pretty soon, Sloane Stephens’ run at a
the fifth inning and didn’t get their first hit emphatically pointed to Mengden kept the Yankees hitless until U.S. Open repeat was lost too.
Fernando The defending champion was eliminated
until the sixth. But they scored late off the nor- the Yankees dugout and Gleyber Torres singled just past diving short-
Rodney smiled while heading Tuesday, beaten by Anastasija Sevastova 6-
mally reliable A’s bullpen to even a series stop Marcus Semien. Torres was promptly
between the top two teams in the AL wild-card toward first base as a large contingent of New picked off by Ryan Buchter. 2, 6-3 in the quarterfinals.
race. York fans at the Coliseum cheered. Piscotty homered off Yankees starter J.A. “I didn’t play the big
New York increased its lead over Oakland to It was Voit’s seventh home run in 12 games. Happ in the second, matching his season high points well, and you
4 1/2 games for the first wild card. Hicks, who drew a bases-loaded walk to tie set in 2016 with St. Louis. don’t win matches when
you don’t take your
opportunities,” Stephens

Rook’s effort wasted, Rox rally late said.


Stephens
Sevastova in the same
beat
By Dennis Georgatos clear in the seventh, Gorkys Hernandez
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Rockies 6, Giants 2 snapped a 1-1 tie with his second home run
round last year en route to
her first Grand Slam title,
Tuesday night. in as many games. Sloane but she missed numerous
DENVER — Dereck Rodriguez solved Coors “It’s a shame that we can’t hold onto some That set the stage for a rally in the bottom Stephens chances to grab an early
Field, at least for six innings. The Giants, of these games, certainly when he’s pitch- of the seventh by the Rockies, who batted lead in the rematch and could never get back
however, just can’t seem ing,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy said of the around after being into the match.
to solve the Rockies. effort by Rodriguez. “What a nice job he did.” With one out, McMahon drove an 0-1 Sevastova, the No. 19 seed from Latvia,
Rodriguez, the rookie David Dahl, who played in only 19 minor offering from reliever Reyes Moronta (5-2) will play either Serena Williams or 2016
right-hander who has league games last season because of a stress over the wall in straightaway center for his U.S. Open runner-up Karolina Pliskova in
been one of the Giants’ reaction in his rib cage after making his major second pinch homer of the season. her first Grand Slam semifinal.
bright spots in a season league debut late in 2016, also homered for An infield single by Charlie Blackmon — That’s further than it ever appeared
going south in a hurry, the Rockies. On Monday, rookie Noel Cuevas his third hit of the game — and walks to Sevastova would get in tennis when she
limited the first-place had a pinch-hit two-run single to make the dif- D.J. LeMahieu and Nolan Arenado loaded retired in May 2013, her body battered by
Rockies to one run ference in a 9-8 win over the Giants. the bases before Gonzalez tripled to the wall muscular and back-related injuries. She
through six innings. Colorado, bidding for its first NL West in center off Ty Blach. returned nearly two years later and finally
Dereck The Rockies then title, has a lead in the division in September Pinch-hitter Gerardo Parra drew a bases- broke through on her third straight appear-
Rodriguez greeted the Giants’ or October for the first time since 1995. It loaded walk off Sam Dyson to drive in the ance in the U.S. Open quarterfinals.
bullpen with some youth of their own. was the fourth straight loss for the Giants, final run of the inning to vault the Rockies Three-quarters of Arthur Ashe Stadium was
Rookie infielder Ryan McMahon had a who also have lost six in a row to Colorado. into a four-run lead. in the sun on another day of more than 90-
pinch-hit home run and Carlos Gonzalez Rockies starter German Marquez had shut Chris Rusin (2-2) got the final out in the degree temperatures in New York, and
tripled with the bases loaded during a five- down the Giants since allowing a run in the seventh for the victory. Adam Ottavino and Stephens seemed to lack some of her usual
run seventh inning that carried NL West first inning, striking out 11 over 6 2-3 Wade Davis each pitched scoreless innings sideline-to-sideline court coverage in the
leading Rockies past the Giants 6-2 innings. But with two outs and the bases to finish up. heat.
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California Division II champion Sacred getting the ball to Vanos to tool the block After a Game 3 lead slipped away though —

KNIGHTS Heart Prep.


“We stacked up really well with them,”
Crump said. “We stack up well with any team.
off the left side — game over.
Vanos with 12 match kills, and Gilbert
with 11 ruled the opening three sets. Then it
the Knights jumped out to a 6-0 lead, only to
find themselves down in the late-going 24-
20 — something had to change. That’s when
Continued from page 11 It’s just how well they execute.” was Dean who stepped up in the fourth, total- the Hillsdale attack pivoted.
While the Hillsdale offense executed well ing six of her match-high 14 kills in the “When people are better than you, it’s bet-
— exceptionally well at times, struggling to final set. ter for the team,” Vanos said. “And when you
freshmen Victoria Vanos and Jessica Dean
connect with its setters at others — the “[Dean] is one of those players, you wait to get a play, then it’s exciting at the same
each scoring double-digit kills Tuesday, the
team’s most dangerous weapon is junior see what game she’s going to dominate,” time.”
Lady Knights won their fourth straight to
libero Nadia Barcklay. She is a digging Crump said. After a Gunn error gave Hillsdale a side-
start the year with a 25-23, 25-19, 25-27,
27-25 win at home over Gunn-Palo Alto. machine, in her first season donning the This could be said of many of the Knights’ out, Vanos delivered a service ace.
libero’s jersey fulltime, but in her second full deep arsenal of weapons. The team concept Sophomore middle Alexandra Sprowls fol-
Gunn (2-6) was up for a scrappy brawl, and turn on the varsity circuit. has proven key in balancing the array of
turned the match into a fight through the lowed with a block followed by a right-side
“She’s awesome,” Crump said. “She’s young hitters though. kill to tie it at 24-24. Then freshman oppo-
final two sets. Yet Hillsdale was keen to win solid. … She has a knack for the ball. We call Take Vanos, a 6-1 outside hitter who has
most of the extended rallies, a product of site Sophia Makarewycz tooled the block to
her our strong safety. She’s our defensive played volleyball since the third-grade. She’s force set point.
Gunn committing 40 errors in the match. quarterback.” coming off three years with the 650 Xtreme The comeback showed the Knights’ poise
The Knights’ ability to ride out long ral- And clutch situations only make her better. Volleyball club. She is an emotional player under pressure. And while they couldn’t hold
lies is a reason they ran the table in the After letting Game 3 slip away, Hillsdale was who energized the Knights with several sin- on to close out the match in that set, they
Peninsula Athletic League Ocean Division in danger of doing the same in Game 4. Leads cere reactions to dramatic points in Game 2. flipped the script in Game 4, winning it by
last season in capturing the league title, of 20-12 and 24-19 evaporated, and the Yet — zero ego. the same 27-25 score they lost by in the pre-
hence earning a promotion to the Bay Knights soon found themselves trailing in “Especially when my teammates get plays, vious one.
Division. With Bay play opening Thursday extra-points 25-24. I try to pump up the team,” Vanos said. “And
— Hillsdale hosts Half Moon Bay at 7 p.m. “They like to test me,” Crump said of his
With Gunn serving set point, Hillsdale had it’s really fun when I do something and my
— the Knights will have to prove they can team’s dramatics.
to defend a fierce attack, with Barcklay turn- team can pump me up. It’s really great.”
hang with teams like Burlingame, Carlmont ing a difficult dig into a sturdy pass for senior Vanos’ best reaction helped her Knights Not that one could tell from the levelhead-
and Menlo-Atherton that aren’t willing to setter Marcella Jones, who connected with steady a back-and-forth second set with some ed coach’s reaction. In response to the ques-
beat themselves. senior McKenna Anderson for the kill to serious ups through the middle for a kill and tion of who won that test, him or his players,
Crump points to one key win on even the score 25-25. Dean followed with a an 18-15 lead. She turned and yawped up her he offered an easy smile and quick answer.
Hillsdale’s non-league schedule that demon- stuff block to force match point. Then on the team, bringing a new level of excitement to “I always win,” Crump said.
strates his team’s chops — last Tuesday’s final point, Barcklay produced another the court. She went on to score three more of Through four matches this season, that’s a
four-set win over reigning CIF Northern savvy dig, with junior setter Sydney Yuen her six set kills from there. fact.

hometown of Niles, Ohio, though. working hard every day to better myself. Tinsley said. “If you try to overthink it,

BASEBALL
Continued from page 11
Mahoning Valley kicks off a three-game
playoff series Wednesday against Marlins
affiliate Batavia. The series opens with
More important is the organization and
being the best team we can be. I think per-
formance is a byproduct of those things.”
things wouldn’t be too positive because —
it is what it is. … My surgery put me back a
significant amount of time. So it feels like I
Game 1 in Batavia, New York. Games 2 and, Tinsley was a seventh-round pick as a just got drafted this year.”
if necessary, 3 will be played at Mahoning catcher out of Kansas University in 2016, This season, though, has been a grind. He
from surgery in 2016 to repair a torn labrum Valley.
in his throwing shoulder. but played in just eight professional games opened the year in extended spring training,
For Engelmann —  a 21-year-old, 6-4, that season before being shut down with the and didn’t play his first official game until
“I love the kid,” Tinsley said. “He’s a real-
210-pound outfielder —  it has been some- shoulder injury that would require surgery. It June 15 in Mahoning Valley’s Short-Season
ly good hitter. He knows what he’s doing at
thing of a redemptive performance, hitting was over 11 months before he returned to opener. Other than a two-day stretch in July
the plate. It’s nice to see a guy from the area
.322 between two levels of pro ball, play- action in June 2017. — during which he logged a pair of three-hit
that I can really make a connection with.”
The two realized they shared a common ing a majority of games in center field in the The left-handed hitting Tinsley — now a games, going 6 for 10 with two RBIs — he
home base, however, both utilizing the San process, after falling to the late rounds the 23-year-old, 6-foot, 195-pound outfielder has enjoyed just one other multi-hit game
Mateo-based batting cages at The Cage. MLB draft. — batted a promising .253 with five home this season.
“I think this offseason, we’re going to “It’s been fun, ” Engelmann said. runs and 21 RBIs between two levels last “I’m looking forward to next year
wake up and hit together,” Engelmann said. “Working hard. … Going into this year has season. because, frankly, things can only get bet-
There’s still work to do in the Scrappers’ been proving a lot of people wrong and “I’m kind of taking it one step at a time,” ter,” Tinsley said.

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Sports brief
Kerry Perry quits as president of
TENNIS
Continued from page 11
scandal-hit USA Gymnastics
Kerry Perry resigned under pressure as Wu could not capitalize on her momentum,
USA Gymnastics president Tuesday, the however, as Tumuluri won three of the next
move coming days after the U.S. Olympic four games to take the first set.
Committee questioned her ability to lead a Tumuluri took an early lead in the second
path forward for an organ- and never really let Wu back in as she won in
ization rocked by scan- straight sets.
dal. By the time Tumuluri posted her score,
Perry spent nine however, the match had already been decided
months on the job and as the Dons won the first four matches to
repeatedly came under come off the courts, winning all six matches
scrutiny by athletes who without dropping a set.
felt she was mishandling Jessica Fu, a freshman, rolled at No. 2 sin-
the fallout from the gles for Aragon, winning 6-0, 6-0 in a match
tumult surrounding dis- that lasted less than an hour.
Kerry Perry graced former team doctor
“[Fu] has a real good attitude,” Owdom
Larry Nassar.
said. “She lost to [Wu] in a challenge match
Perry, a former communications executive
(to play at No. 1 singles) and said, ‘I want to
with no background in gymnastics, became NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
play her again.’”
president of USA Gymnastics last December. NDB’s Arya Tumuluri improved to 3-0 on the season with a 6-3, 6-3 win at No. 1 singles.
She stressed her focus would be on “creating The Dons’ No. 2 doubles team of Yasmina
an environment of empowerment where all Malouf and Annouk Seibulescu, both return- The Pachtners got a break in the first game “I knew it was happening (the loss of grad-
have a strong voice and we are dedicated ing seniors, gave their team the second of the second set and rode that to the victory, uating players) and I didn’t want a brand-new
every single day to athlete safety.” point of the match with a 6-3, 6-2 win over with Romy Pachtner serving out the match. team (this season),” Soriano said.
The USOC has expressed disappointment Chloe Mohan and Wendy Hu. She fell behind love-30 on her serve, but Aretha Chen, a sophomore, gave Aragon a
following the botched hiring — and then Celine Wen and Simran Bal, as a sopho- won four straight points to clinch the match. fifth point by winning her No. 3 singles
firing — of its elite development coordina- more and freshman making up the Dons’ “They wanted to play together, which sur- match, while Melinda Ma, one of only four
tor. most inexperienced doubles team, dominated prised me,” Owdom said. “Both [Romy seniors on the team, was victorious at No. 4
The coach, Mary Lee Tracy, was an early at No. 3, winning 6-1, 6-1 to give the Dons Pachtner] and [Christina Wu] look pretty singles, winning 6-3, 6-1.
supporter of Nassar when allegations their third point of the match. seasoned for players who are just coming out “It’s a rebuilding year, so it’s going to be a
against him began to surface two years ago. It was the sister act of Marie Pachtner, a (for high school tennis).” challenge,” Soriano said. “I hope to stay out
After the announcement of her promotion, senior, and her freshman sister, Romy St. Geme and Lissin give NDB probably of the bottom of the Foothill (Division).”
Tracy made an attempt to reach out to six- Pachtner, who clinched the match for the its most varsity experience, even though Aragon’s Owdom, on the other hand, does
time Olympic medalist Aly Raisman, who is Dons at No. 1 doubles, with a 6-4, 6-4 win they were both part-time starters last season. not like to use the “R” word.
among the hundreds of women abused by over Maddie St. Geme and Sophia Lissin. Seeing how his team would be losing a ton “Rebuilding —  it sounds like you’ve
Nassar. The Pachtners won their serve to tie the of players to graduation, Soriano started given up. We’re not going to give up,”
USA Gymnastics responded by asking first set at 4 and then broke serve for a 5-4 playing the two together in doubles toward Owdom said. “We’ll see if we can make the
Tracy for her resignation. lead before Marie Pachtner served out the set. the end of last season. playoffs.”
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How to transform broccoli rabe
and sausage into a casserole
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS about 2 minutes; drain and pat dry.
Return pot of water to boil, add pasta, and
In Italy, pasta with broccoli rabe and cook, stirring often, until just starting to
sausage is a popular dish. We transformed soften, about 5 minutes. Drain pasta in
these classic flavors into an easy, yet ele- colander and toss with 1 tablespoon oil;
gant, casserole. Our flavor choices were tra- leave in colander and set aside.
ditional: sweet Italian sausage, red pepper Adjust oven rack to middle position and
flakes, lemon zest and a bit of anchovy for heat oven to 400 F. Dry now-empty pot and
an umami backbone. A rich, creamy sauce heat remaining 1 tablespoon oil over medi-
with two cheeses was the perfect way to um heat until shimmering. Add sausage and
round out our dish. Broccoli cut into 1 1/2- cook, breaking up meat with wooden
inch pieces can be substituted for the broc- spoon, until no longer pink, about 3 min-
coli rabe. utes. Using slotted spoon, transfer sausage
to paper towel-lined plate.
BAKED ZITI WITH Pour off all but 1 tablespoon fat from pot,
SAUSAGE AND BROCCOLI RABE add onion and 1/2 teaspoon salt, and cook
until softened and lightly browned, 5 to 7
Servings: 8 minutes. Stir in garlic, anchovies, lemon
Start to finish: 1 hour 45 minutes (Active zest and pepper flakes and cook until fra-
time 55 minutes) grant, about 30 seconds. Add flour and cook,
1 pound broccoli rabe, trimmed and cut stirring constantly, until golden, about 1
into 1 1/2-inch pieces minute. Slowly whisk in broth, cream, and
Salt and pepper wine, scraping up any browned bits and
1 pound ziti smoothing out any lumps. Bring to simmer A rich, creamy sauce with two cheeses is the perfect way to round out our dish.
2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil and cook until thickened slightly, about 2
1 pound sweet or hot Italian sausage, cas- minutes.
ings removed Off heat, gradually whisk 1 cup fontina
1 onion, chopped fine and 1/2 cup Parmesan into sauce until cheese
8 garlic cloves, sliced thin is melted and sauce in smooth. Stir in lemon
2 anchovy fillets, rinsed and minced juice, broccoli rabe, pasta, and sausage,
2 teaspoons lemon zest plus 2 table- breaking up any clumps. Season with salt
spoons juice and pepper to taste. Transfer pasta mixture
1 teaspoon red pepper flakes to 13-by 9-inch baking dish and sprinkle
1/3 cup all-purpose flour
2 cups chicken broth
1 1/2 cups heavy cream
1/2 cup dry white wine
with remaining 1 cup fontina and remaining
1/2 cup Parmesan.
Place baking dish on aluminum foil —
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boiling water and cook until crisp-tender, g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 127 mg choles-
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town specific plan, which seeks to rejuve- be completed next year. to the restaurant and impeded visibility for

LETTER
Continued from page 1
nate the core commercial corridor.
“There’s a lot of really exciting things
we are bringing to the community that are
At the upcoming meeting, officials will
weigh a proposal to construct another
seven- or eight- story building which is
its sign, which has harmed business,
according to the letter also claiming addi-
tional building with generate more wind,
really going to benefit the city of South designed to house as many as 195 addition- shadows and parking congestion in the
San Francisco,” said Busch, noting the al units. Should commissioners grant area.
restaurant across the street, but believes it vision to add nearly 200 units near the approval, the project would ultimately “It appears that no or minimal consider-
is also incompatible with the city’s down- city’s soon-to-be-relocated Caltrain sta- move before the South San Francisco City ation has been given to the nature of the
town character. tion. Council for a final greenlight. neighborhood and also this landmark
“The proposal as stated does not appear Building the homes downtown, close to Kass, who represents restaurant owner restaurant,” according to the letter.
to take into consideration any of the neigh- the transit station, will reduce traffic con- Peter Sodini, suggests such consent should Busch, meanwhile, said he has tried to
boring businesses [or] the impact on the gestion from those working in the life sci- not be granted and will consider filing a meet with the business owner to discuss
quality of life of the residents of the city of ences industry, while also injecting lawsuit to block the project’s progress. A the issues addressed in the letter, only to
South San Francisco,” according to the let- vibrancy into properties previously central issue raised in the opposition is an have his offer rebuked. Ultimately, Busch
ter. “There are many generations of fami- vacant or underutilized. allegation of disregard for nearby local recognized the fears expressed regarding
lies that have relied on the city of South Busch suggested the development would merchants and residents through the cur- the downtown transformation, but charac-
San Francisco keeping up with the general benefit the entire neighborhood, by mak- rent phase of construction. terized such developments as improve-
heritage of the city along with reasonable ing the area safer and expanding the bound- “It is apparent that the primary concern ments for the city and nearby merchants,
growth. A proposal of an additional 195 aries of downtown. He also noted the hefty of Sares Regis is their pursuit of as much including the restaurant.
units is not in line with these standards.” community benefits package paid by the profits as possible without any regard for “Everyone is concerned about change but
Ken Busch, the senior vice president of developer to the city. the residents of South San Francisco and this change is really going to help them
residential development for Sares Regis, The proposal heading before commis- neighboring businesses i.e. Bertolucci’s because it will bring a lot more people
countered such claims by noting the pro- sioners is the most recent phase of con- restaurant, ” according to the letter. downtown and into their restaurant,” he
ject’s consistency with the city’s down- struction for a project first approved in “Because of this disregard type of attitude, said.
2016, allowing for con- it has put Bertolucci’s Restaurant in a posi-
s t ruct i o n o f 2 7 2 un i t s tion of giving strong consideration to The South San Francisco Planning
al o n g Cy p res s Av en ue. potential litigation including injunctive Commission meets 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept.
Bui l di n g is curren t l y requests to halt construction.” 6, in the Municipal Serv ices Building, 33
underway and expected to The current construction blocked access Arroy o Driv e.

was carried in a gurney. ditions who otherwise could not afford

PLANE
Continued from page 1
Nancy Dellamaria, 49, of Redding
and her daughter, 16-year-old Chloe
King, were on the plane, Dellamaria’s
the transport, said Josh Olson, execu-
tive director of Angel Flight West.
The mother and daughter were being
sister, Nancy Paquette, told the San flown to Palo Alto from Redding
Francisco Chronicle. because the girl had a surgery planned
Redding. There was no immediate word on at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital.
The Federal Aviation Administration their conditions. Olson said pilots who fly for the
says the pilot was executing a go- The identity of the pilot, a man in group are volunteers who are qualified
around at Palo Alto Airport when it his 60s, was not immediately and vetted by the FAA and the organi-
crashed. released. zation typically runs between 10 and
Blackshire says the injured mother The plane was operated by Angel 20 flights per day on the West Coast.
and daughter were taken to a hospital Flight West, a nonprofit organization The FAA and the National
by ambulance. He says one of them that provides free emergency medical Transportation Safety Board are
walked to the ambulance and the other transport to people with serious con- investigating.
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ued tumbling down the mountain. the other woman. Her right thigh had

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 5
Calendar
Sills Combo and the music of Patsy
WU
Continued from page 1
“They hit me in the right shoulder at
full speed and both my crampons came
loose from the ice. By sheer luck my ice
swollen to the size of a watermelon, Wu
said, and he was worried her femur had
snapped. Such a break could cut the
Computer Class: Online Librar y Cline. Cost is $12 to $15. For more
ax stayed in and I was dangling by the femoral artery, which means bleeding
Resources. 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. information call (909) 265-6984. 2-foot leash attached to it. I was hold- out in seconds.
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de for their actions during a ceremony held ing on for dear life,” he said. “One Wu elevated her legs and abdomen.
las Pulgas, Belmont. Free for all ages. FRIDAY, SEPT. 7 on Yerba Buena Island.
For more information call 591-8286. September Free First Friday. 10 moment I was looking up at them and After examining her, he was able to
a.m. to 4 p.m. San Mateo County Wu and Thomas were hiking the then boom, I was looking straight confirm the bone was intact, and he was
Sons in Retirement Branch 4 History Museum, 2200 Broadway, 14,505-foot Mount Whitney, the high- down and I see them tumbling into the also relieved when she was finally able
Lunch. 11:40 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. South Redwood City. Admission is free the
San Francisco Elk’s Lodge, 920 entire day. Additional free programs est mountain in the continental United abyss and out of view, but we could hear to wiggle her toes.
Stonegate Drive, South San for preschoolers available. For more States, in early June and they aimed to them screaming.” The man who fell suffered only minor
Francisco. For more information call information call 299-0104. make it to the top. Armed with moun- Before Wu and Thomas could process arm injures and managed to wrap his
878-5746.
Ar t Break Day. 3:15 p.m. to 5 p.m. taineering gear and plenty of layers, what happened, they heard another arm in a sling by the time Wu arrived.
Myster y Book Club. Noon. South Menlo Park Belle Haven Library, 413 they set off on their journey at mid- scream.
San Francisco Library, 840 W. Orange
Ave., South San Francisco. For more
Ivy Drive, Menlo Park. Free for all
ages. For more information call 330-
night. “Next thing you know we see [a third] Getting help
information call 829-3860. 2540. It took them about six or seven hours person tumbling down the mountain. While Wu administered aid the vic-
to reach an elevation of 12,000 feet. At ... The third person was screaming and tims, Thomas communicated via text
San Mateo Professional Alliance. CuriOdyssey First Friday Family
Noon to 1 p.m. Central Park Bistro, Night. 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. CuriOdyssey, that point, most of the mountain is grunting every time she hit the ice, I message with two of their Coast Guard
181 E. Fourth Ave., San Mateo. 1651 Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo. covered in snow and ice so they remember it vividly,” he said. “She was colleagues in San Francisco, describing
Promotes an environment for idea Admission is $9.50 to $12.50. Swing strapped on helmets, crampons and
sharing, leveraging resources and into the weekend with music, sci- somehow more subdued. The grunts the situation and their precise location
building long-term relationships. ence, food and fun. For more infor- pulled out ice axes for the climb. were sad and you could feel the pain and stressing that they were only acces-
Annual dues are $60 per year, and mation call 342-7755. Before long, they arrived at the base coming from them.” sible via helicopter. Time was of the
members will enjoy solid referrals
from other business members within New Gallery House Show, Summer of what’s called “the chute,” which Wu Shortly after the third person fell, essence.
the group. Make sure to bring your Into Fall — Coastal Paintings. 6 described as an icy half-pipe about 50 two men followed in pursuit. They glis- That text message conversation took
business cards, company brochures p.m. to 8 p.m. Gallery House, 320 S. feet wide, up to 1,000 feet long and at a
and other informational materials. California Ave., Palo Alto. For more saded, or intentionally slid down the awhile as they barely had cellphone
For more information call 430-6500. information call 326-1668. 40-degree angle — the equivalent of a chute at a high speed, in control, but reception and just about every message
black diamond ski slope. That was the just barely, Wu said. They were the had to be sent numerous times before it
Toastmasters Public Speaking and First Friday Art Series with
Leadership Sk ills Development. Alexandra Martinez. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. most hazardous stretch of the trail, he boyfriends of the two girls who fell. went through.
Noon to 1 p.m. BKF Engineers, 255 Burlingame Library, 480 Primrose said, and a slip would mean tumbling all Wu and Thomas collected themselves Wu and Thomas continued to keep the
Shoreline Drive, Suite 200, Redwood Road, Burlingame. For more informa- the way to the bottom without an ice ax and decided to hike down to the base of
Shores. Join us in a friendly and sup- tion call 558-7400. victims warm and stable for four hours
portive atmosphere while learning to break the fall. the chute to help. until the helicopter arrived.
to improve your communication and Park Avenue Jazz. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wu and Thomas were beginning to “We could hear them screaming at the “It was a team effort no doubt,” Wu
leadership skills. For more informa- Cafe Zoë, 1929 Menalto Ave., Menlo
tion call (202) 390-7555. Park. Jazz and classical guitar tire from all the hiking by then, and at bottom and [Thomas] said we need to do said. “The biggest contribution I did
melodies. For more information call that altitude, every breath only brings something and I said yes ma’am,” he was the ABCs and keeping them warm,
Exploring the Insides of a PC. 4 p.m. 322-1926. in about 75 percent of the oxygen one said.
South San Francisco Library, 840 W. elevating them and basic medical
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. All Astronomy Documentary. 8 p.m. to would take in at sea level. But they were On the way down, they saw hiking things, just making sure they were sta-
ages welcome in this hands-on 9 p.m. College of San Mateo, 1700 W. determined to make it to the summit. poles and other gear strewn about, and ble.”
learning experience. For more infor- Hillsdale Ave., building. No. 36, San
mation call 829-3860. Mateo. For more information call About halfway up “the chute,” they someone’s boot had come off with the They later found out that one woman
862-9602. heard a scream from above. crampon still attached. was in her early 20s and suffered severe
New Gallery House Show, Summer
Burlingame Movies in the Park:
The scream was followed by what “At one point I saw a hat and I head trauma. The other woman, who was
Into Fall — Coastal Paintings. 6
p.m. to 8 p.m. Gallery House, 320 S. ‘Coco.’ 8 p.m. to 9:50 p.m. looked like debris rolling down the grabbed it and saw the inside was filled in her mid-30s, sustained spinal, hip
California Ave., Palo Alto. For more Washington Park, 850 Burlingame mountain toward them; they thought it with blood. At that point, I realized how and leg injuries, possibly a broken hip
information call 326-1668. Ave., Burlingame. ‘Coco’ will be play-
ing on the big screen in Washington might be a boulder at first. As it moved serious the situation was,” he said. and spine. Wu didn’t think she was par-
Living a Rich Life: Finding Meaning Park. For more information call 558- closer, they realized it was a person alyzed.
and Purpose. 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Bethany Lutheran Church, 1095
7310. tumbling uncontrollably and bouncing Streaks of blood He heard that the first woman began
Cloud Ave., Menlo Park. For more San Bruno Movies in the Park: violently on the ice at roughly 30 mph. There were intermittent streaks of tumbling after she slipped and the sec-
information call 854-5897. ‘Black Panther.’ 8:15 p.m. San Bruno The person, a woman, was screaming blood down the mountain for hundreds ond woman attempted to glissade down
City Park, 251 City Park Way, San ‘help me, someone stop me,’ and they
Film Screening: ‘She’s B eautiful Bruno. For more information call 616- of feet. the mountain to help, but lost control.
When She’s Angry.’ 6:30 p.m. to 8 7084. were blood-curdling screams, Wu said. The first woman Wu got to was on the The three fell at an approximate eleva-
p.m. Menlo Park Main Library, 800 There were about 10 climbers below ground with her boyfriend standing tion of 13,000 feet and finally came to
Alma St., Menlo Park. For more infor- SATURDAY, SEPT. 8
mation call 330-2512. Second Saturday Divorce Wu and Thomas and about 10 above over her. She drifted in and out of con- a stop at an elevation of about 12,500
Work shop. 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. San them, but they were spread out with sciousness, her face covered in blood. feet.
2018: The Year of the Woman — at Carlos Adult Community Center, 601 some 40 feet between each party.
San Mateo County Democracy for Chestnut St., San Carlos. Workshop She was spitting up blood and cough-
America meeting. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. costs $45 and is intended for women As the woman continued flying down ing. Her eyes were completely swollen ‘Grateful to help’
Woodside Road United Methodist who are in the process of divorce. For the mountain, limbs flailing in all like grapefruit, Wu said.
Church, 2000 Woodside Road, more information call 434-2177.
directions, a man, who was standing After the helicopter took off, Wu and
Redwood City. Speakers from WIRE Wu was in shock himself, but his Thomas, exhausted and dehydrated,
for Women and IGNITE. Free, refresh- R agazzi Boys Chorus Presents about 50 feet up the mountain from Wu, medical training kicked in. He and the
ments, wheelchair accessible. For ‘SingFest’. 9:30 a.m. to noon. Free attempted to save her. The man tackled hiked the six or so additional hours it
more information call 573-7544. half-day mini-camp for boys ages boyfriend repositioned her so she was took to reach the base of the mountain.
seven to 10. Singing, musical games her around the waist like a football parallel to the slope and that seemed to
and a light snack, followed by a short player, but it didn’t stop her momen- They never made it to the top of
THURSDAY, SEPT. 6 help her breathe. Wu had no idea what
Meditate and Feel Great. 9 a.m. to performance for parents. For more
tum, and then he and the woman were Mount Whitney that day, but Wu said he
10 a.m. San Mateo Senior Center, information call 342-8785. her injuries might’ve been; she wasn’t looks forward to returning with more
2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San both tumbling down the mountain, lucid enough to effectively communi-
Mateo. For more information call AARP Monthly Meeting. 10 a.m. to intertwined and just seconds away from experience under his belt.
522-7490. noon. AARP Chapter 2895, 1555 cate how she felt and he couldn’t cut The next weekend, they hiked Mount
Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno. For colliding with Wu. through her clothing because it was so
more information call 583-4499.
Shasta.
Play Poker Like a Pro. 11:30 a.m. to cold and she was lying on ice.
12:30 p.m. San Mateo Senior Center, ‘Holding on for dear life’ Wu is currently studying public poli-
2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San ‘Quilts by the Sea’ Free quilt show. Her lips had turned blue and she was cy at Duke University, and the Coast
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. LDS Church Cultural Having seen what her momentum shivering so Wu wrapped her in spare
Mateo. For more information call
Hall, 475 California Ave., Moss Beach. Guard expedited his award ceremony so
522-7490.
Over 175 quilts. There will be special- did to the man who tried to stop her, layers he brought and was able to warm it could be held before he left town.
Foster City 55+ Club. 11:30 a.m. ty exhibits, demonstrations, make- Wu moved several feet out of their her up. Wu then proceeded to examine “It meant the world to Thomas and me
and-take activities and free parking.
Foster City Recreation Center, 650
Free for all ages. For more informa- path, dug his crampons and ax into her entire body, checking for a reaction to be recognized for our efforts,” Wu
Shell Blvd., Foster City. Make new
friends, see guest lectures, play tion call 631-8132. the ice as deep as he could and braced to the pressure. said. “We both agree that it was posi-
games, contribute to the potluck. For
Sunday Morning Yarn. 10:30 a.m.
for impact. As they approached, he “Our main concern was brain tive that we were there by sheer coinci-
more information call 286-2585. reached out to them with his arm in an swelling, but there wasn’t much we dence and both grateful to help with
South San Francisco Library, 840 W.
Peninsula Senior Care Options: A Orange Ave., South San Francisco. For effort to slow them down, but they could’ve done to mitigate that,” he said. what we could. Hopefully we made the
more information call 829-3860.
Panel Discussion. 5 p.m. South San plowed right through Wu and contin- He performed similar procedures on situation better.”
Francisco Library, 840 W. Orange Ave.,
South San Francisco. For more infor- Financial Literacy Workshop. 10:30
mation call 829-3860. a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Belmont Library,
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110 employment 203 public notices 203 public notices tundra tundra tundra
fiCtitious business nAMe
newspApeR inteRns stAteMent #278356
notiCe of publiC The following person is doing business
JouRnAlisM heARinG as Brook Street Brothers, 139 Brook
The Daily Journal is looking for in- The San Mateo County Street, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Regis-
terns to do entry level reporting, re-
search, updates of our ongoing fea- Board of Supervisors will tered Owners: Duncan Brooks Stewart,
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- hold a public hearing on the Andrew Duncan Stewart and Duncan An-
so welcome. adoption of the County's Fis- drew Stewart, same address. The busi-
cal Year 2018-19 Budget at ness is conducted by a General Partner-
We expect a commitment of four to
eight hours a week for at least four 9:00 a.m. on September 25, ship. The registrants commenced to
months. The internship is unpaid, but 2018, at the Board of Super- transact business under the FBN on N/A.
intelligent, aggressive and talented in-
visors Chambers, 400 Coun- /s/Duncan Andrew Stewart/
terns have progressed in time into This statement was filed with the Asses-
paid correspondents and full-time re- ty Center, 1st Floor, Red- sor-County Clerk on 7/20/18. (Published
porters. wood City, CA 94063. in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/15/18,
College students or recent graduates 8/22/18, 8/29/18, 9/5/18).
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper The budget documents to be
experience is preferred but not neces- adopted will be available to
sarily required. over the hedge over the hedge over the hedge
members of the public at fiCtitious business nAMe
Please send a cover letter describing https://cmo.smcgov.org/bud stAteMent #278436
your interest in newspapers, a resume get-policy-and-performance The following person is doing business
and three recent clips. Before you ap- as Two Souls By Razo, 120 W. 3rd Ave.,
ply, you should familiarize yourself and at the Clerk of the
with our publication. Our Web site: Board's Office, 400 County Apt 1, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Regis-
www.smdailyjournal.com. tered Owner: Erendida Razo, same ad-
Center 1st Floor, Redwood dress. The business is conducted by an
Send your information via e-mail to City, CA 94063 beginning Individual. The registrants commenced
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- September 10, 2018. to transact business under the FBN on
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul-
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 04/01/18.
Any member of the public /s/Erendida Razo/
may appear at the hearing This statement was filed with the Asses-
and be heard regarding any sor-County Clerk on 7/30/18. (Published
item in the budget or for the in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/15/18,
203 public notices inclusion of additional items 8/22/18, 8/29/18, 9/5/18).
in the budget. Members of
fiCtitious business nAMe the public may submit writ-
stAteMent #278524 fiCtitious business nAMe
ten testimony on the budget stAteMent #278578
The following person is doing business
to the Clerk of the Board of 203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices
as International Auto Repair, 1169 Mont- The following person is doing business
gomery Ave, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Supervisors. All proposals as Nest Property, 533 Airport Blvd, Suite fiCtitious business nAMe notiCe of petition to ing on the petition in the following news-
Registered Owner: International Auto for revisions must be sub- 388, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Regis- stAteMent #278620 AdMinisteR estAte of paper of general circulation:
Body, Inc., CA. The business is conduct- The following person is doing business Russ Benito San Mateo Daily Journal
mitted in writing to the Clerk tered Owner: Anna Estevez, 819 Thorn-
as Belmateo Motel, 803 Belmont Ave., Case Number: 18PRO00679 Filed: 8/15/2018
ed by a Corporation. The registrants hill Dr., Daly City, CA 94015. The busi-
commenced to transact business under of the Board of Supervisors BELMONT, CA 94002. Registered Own- To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/
the FBN onN/A. before the close of the pub- ness is conducted by an Individual. The er: Lenore Griffin, Trustee of the Lloyd J. tingent creditors, and persons who may Judge of the Superior Court
/s/Thelma Kotik/ lic hearing. registrants commenced to transact busi- Demartini Survivor Trust, same address. otherwise be interested in the will or es- Dated: 8/13/2018
ness under the FBN on 8/14/18. The business is conducted by a Trust. tate, or both, of Russ Benito. A Petition (Published 8/22/18, 8/29/18, 9/5/18,
This statement was filed with the Asses- 9/5/18 for Probate has been filed by Arthur C. 9/12/18).
sor-County Clerk on 8/8/18. (Published in /s/Anna Estevez/ The registrants commenced to transact
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/15/18,
Cns-3170617# This statement was filed with the Asses- business under the FBN on 1/21/2018. Cachola in the Superior Court of Califor-
nia, County of San Mateo. The Petition
8/22/18, 8/29/18, 9/5/18). sAn MAteo dAily sor-County Clerk on 8/14/18. (Published /s/Lenore Griffin/
for Probate requests that Arthur C. Ca-
JouRnAl This statement was filed with the Asses-
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/22/18, chola be appointed as personal repre-
sor-County Clerk on 8/17/18. (Published sentative to administer the estate of the
8/29/18, 9/5/18, 9/12/18). in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/22/18, decedent. 210 lost & found
stAteMent of AbAndonMent of 8/29/18, 9/5/18, 9/12/18). The petition requests the decedent’s will
the use of A fiCtitious business and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro- lost CAt. Black and White. Black
nAMe stAteMent M-260326 fiCtitious business nAMe bate. The will and any codicils are avail- patch on right eye. REWARD.
Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban- stAteMent #278464 fiCtitious business nAMe able for examination in the file kept by Call (323) 439-7713.
doning the use of the Fictitious Business stAteMent #278614 the court.
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
Name: Lloyd J. Demartini. Name of fiCtitious business nAMe The petition requests authority to admin-
Business: Belmateo Motel. Date of origi- stAteMent #278517 as iClickSmiles, 110 Glenn Way #18, as ibeauty Pro, 861 #4, San Bruno West ister the estate under the Independent books
nal filing: Apr. 8, 2014. Address of Princi- The following person is doing business SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered Ave, San Bruno, CA 94066. Registered Administration of Estates Act. (This au-
as ABA Hearth & Home, 1494 Laurel Owner: Smile Catcher Corporation, CA. Owner: Tsz Wah Chiu, 100 Amador Ave, thority will allow the personal representa- JAMes pAtteRson hardback books.
pal Place of Business: 803 Belmont 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861
Ave., BELMONT, CA 94002. Registrant: Street, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Regis- The business is conducted by a Corpora- San Bruno, CA 94066. The business is tive to take many actions without obtain-
Lloyd J. Demartini, same address. The tered Owner: Hearth & Home, Inc., CA. tion. The registrants commenced to conducted by an Individual. The regis- ing court approval. Before taking certain
The business is conducted by a Corpora- trants commenced to transact business very important actions, however, the per- niCholAs spARKs hardback books.
business was conducted by an Individu- tion. The registrants commenced to transact business under the FBN on July sonal representative will be required to 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861
al. under the FBN on N/A.
transact business under the FBN on 5, 2018. /s/Tsz Wah Chiu/ give notice to interested persons unless QuAlity booKs used and rare. World
/s/Lenore Griffin/ 7/7/18. /s/Thai Nguyen/ This statement was filed with the Asses- they have waived notice or consented to
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Michael Hayden/ & US History and classic American nov-
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 8/16/18. (Published the proposed action.) The independent els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo This statement was filed with the Asses- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/22/18, administration authority will be granted
County on 8/16/18. sor-County Clerk on 8/7/18. (Published in sor-County Clerk on 8/2/18. (Published in unless an interested person files an ob-
8/29/18, 9/5/18, 9/12/18). the hAlo Forerunner saga. 3 books.
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/15/18, the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/22/18, jection to the petition and shows good Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587
nal, 8/22/18, 8/29/18, 9/5/18, 9/12/18). 8/22/18, 8/29/18, 9/5/18). 8/29/18, 9/5/18, 9/12/18). cause why the court should not grant the
fiCtitious business nAMe authority. V.loGVinoV, unusuAl Journey to the
stAteMent #278644 A hearing on the petition will be held in Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus-
The following person is doing business this court as follows: SEP 21, 2018 at sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695
as WHR Tours & Travel, 314 Wellington 9:00 a.m., Department 28, Superior
Ave, DALY CITY, CA 94014. Registered Court of California, County of San Mateo,
Owner: Hedda S. Sales, same address. 400 County Center, Redwood City, CA 294 baby stuff
The business is conducted by an Individ- 94063.
If you object to the granting of the peti- bAby CRib, "Dream on Me", like new
ual. The registrants commenced to tion, you should appear at the hearing with mattress, pad and 2 sheets. $80.00.
transact business under the FBN on July and state your objections or file written (650)592-3540
23, 1998. objections with the court before the hear-
/s/Hedda S. Sales/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
ing. Your appearance may be in person
or by your attorney.
295 Art
sor-County Clerk on 8/21/18. (Published If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/29/18, bRushed finish, 15" X 20" frame
itor of the decedent, you must file your holds 18 various size photos. Never
9/5/18, 9/12/18, 9/19/18). claim with the court and mail a copy to used. $20. 650-369-2486.
the personal representative appointed by
the court within the later of either (1) four
fiCtitious business nAMe months from the date of first issuance of 296 Appliances
stAteMent #278677 letters to a general personal representa-
The following person is doing business tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the AiR ConditioneR 10000 BTU w/re-
as Martha’s Janitorial, 2429 Elliot St., Calilfornia Probate Code, or (2) 60 days mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered from the date of mailing or personal de- brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
Owner: Martha Cabrera, same address. livery to you of a notice under sectioin 0898
The business is conducted by an Individ- 9052 of the Callifornia Probate
ual. The registrants commenced to Code.Other California statutes and legal hotpoint heAVy Duty Dryer excellent
transact business under the FBN on authority may affect your rights as a working condition Burlingame $50 Call
1994. creditor. You may want to consult with an Dan (408)656-0958
/s/Martha Cabrera/ attorney knowledgable in California law.
This statement was filed with the Asses- You may examine the file kept by the KenMoRe window A/C (vert. open-
sor-County Clerk on 8/24/18. (Published court. If you are a person interested in ing) 8700 btu. New in box. $200.00 as
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/29/18, the estate, you may file with the court a is. David Butler (415)608- 1214.
9/5/18, 9/12/18, 9/19/18). Request for Special Notice (form DE-
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- MAytAG wAsheR excellent working
praisal of estate assets or of any petition condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
fiCtitious business nAMe or account as provided in Probate Code (408)656-0958
stAteMent #278383 section 1250. A Request for Special No-
The following person is doing business tice form is available from the court clerk. MfG h20lAbs Model 300 exc cond
as Jorgensen Investigations, 120 Ban- Attorney for Petitioner: counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
croft Rd, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. John C. Martin
1145 Merrill St. Suite 500 new, sinGeR Sewing Machine Univer-
Registered Owner: Clifford W. Jorgen- sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma-
sen, same address. The business is MENLO PARK, CA 94025
(650)329-9500 chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222
conducted by an Individual. The regis- FILED: 7/31/18
trants commenced to transact business (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- RooM heAteR Electric 1320 Watts, Ar-
under the FBN on 7/24/18. nal on 8/29/18, 9/5/18, 9/6/18) vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5.
/s/Clifford W. Jorgensen/ (650)952-3500
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 7/24/18. (Published sewinG MAChine-RoyAl XL 6000
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/29/18, Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150.
9/5/18, 9/12/18, 9/19/18). (650)342-8436.
showtiMe RotisseRie used once
fiCtitious business nAMe oRdeR to show CAuse foR $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave
stAteMent #278652 ChAnGe of nAMe message.
The following person is doing business CASE# 18CIV04005
as Chula Vista, 1123 Chula Vista, BUR- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, unitAp stAndARd centerset bath-
LINGAME, CA 94010. Registered Own- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, room chrome faucet, complete, $10,
er: LBD Enterprises LLC, CA. The busi- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, (650)595-3933
ness is conducted by Limited Liability REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
Company. The registrants commenced PETITION OF VACuuM CleAneR (reconditioned)
to transact business under the FBN on Eelaine Teoh Loo $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645
12/13/2013. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
Petitioner: Eelaine Teoh Loo filed a peti- westeRn wAshboARd Sales made
/s/Jamie D’Alessandro/ of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C.
This statement was filed with the Asses- tion with this court for a decree changing
name as follows: $75. phone 650-369-2486.
sor-County Clerk on 8/22/18. (Published Present name: Eelaine Teoh Loo
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/29/18, Proposed Name: Elaine Teoh Loo
9/5/18, 9/12/18, 9/19/18). 297 bicycles
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
interested in this matter shall appear be- Adult biKes 1 regular and 2 with bal-
stAteMent of AbAndonMent of fore this court at the hearing indicated loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356
the use of A fiCtitious business below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
nAMe stAteMent M-266145 tition for change of name should not be bMX MonGoose Outer Limit Bike,
Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban- granted. Any person objecting to the looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933
doning the use of the Fictitious Business name changes described above must file
Name: Tsz Wah Chiu. Name of Busi- a written objection that includes the rea- bMX with caliper brakes and adjusta-
ness: Holly Nail Spa. Date of original fil- sons for the objection at least two court ble seat, comes with two extra tires. $20.
ing: 7/21/2015. Address of Principal days before the matter is scheduled to (650)595-3933
Place of Business: 219 El Camino Real, be heard and must appear at the hearing
SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Registrant: to show cause why the petition should boCA-lAdies biKe 26 IN., blue and
Tsz Wah Chiu, same address. The busi- not be granted. If no written objection is yellow padded seat, XL, basket holds an
ness was conducted by an Individual. timely filed, the court may grant the peti- 18 pack grandma has to sell (650)678-
/s/Tsz Wah Chiu/ tion without a hearing. A hearing on the 1989 $65 OBO
This statement was filed with the Asses- petition shall be held on 9/26/18 at 9
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, Child’s sChwinn biCyCle, blue in
County on 8/16/18. Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- Order to Show Cause shall be published
nal, 8/22/18, 8/29/18, 9/5/18, 9/12/18). at least once each week for four succes- Good RunninG Bicycle. $50.
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- 650-342-5220.
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297 Bicycles 304 Furniture 310 Misc. For sale
notice to Bidders
Mountain Bike. Top brand. Runs dining taBle (36"x54") and 4 match- Blue oyster cult lp signed by donald
good. $39. (660)342-5220 ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash
1. Notice is hereby given that the governing board (“Board”) of the Burlingame School Dis- $250 .(650)-654-1930. (408)661-6019
trict (“District”) will receive sealed bids for the following project: new 12" girls bike w/ training wheels
$75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave dresser 4-drawer in Belmont for cash register Parts; Much Skin Not
mes $75. Good condition; good for children. Guts $500 (415)269-4784
washington elementary school window replacement, architect's Project number: 1708 Call (650)678-8585
298 collectibles entertainMent center for $50.
clay Pots 6- 1 gal, 4- 1/2 gal, 3- 2 gal
plastic pots. All free. (650)871-8907
2. The Project consists of: Removal of existing interior trims, removal of portions of sus- Good shape, blonde, about 5' high.
pended ceilings tiles where windows extend above ceilings, removal of existing window blinds, 80’s toPs Complete Factory Set All (650)726-4102 coMealong 3/4 ton chain $25 (650)
Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474.
removal of existing window sash, detachment of ductwork and louvers, adjustments to existing 873-6304
window frames, removal of one set of windows from exterior including removal of exterior cement glider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
Badge, 7 Star Special Security Offi- lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. costco Play Pen with travel bag.
plaster (see Additive Alternate), installation of new windows, installation of replacement trims, cer;$25- will text picture (650)218-0121 Used once $35 (650)591-2981
painting of all new trims and other interior finishes affected, installation of new louvers, re-con- San Carlos ikea dresser, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. deluxe Folder Walker - 5" wheels -
nection of existing ductwork, reinstallation of ceiling tiles where removed for this scope. (Installa- BeautiFul herMan Miller pendulum Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347
tion of new blinds shall be by others.) clock. Rich wood finish - works well; nice ikea taBle, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
Free MagaZines. Library discards
chime! $65; 650-591-8851. $ 30. (650)598-9804.
year old ones. Wide variety. Good for
3. To bid on this Project, the Bidder is required to possess one or more of the following dePression glass Dining Plate. 8 loVe chair, velour, tan. $45. crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074
State of California contractors' license(s): Class B 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. (808)631-1365.
$12 (650)762-6048 lionel christMas Holiday expan-
Massage taBle, excellent condition, sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
The Bidder's license(s) must remain active and in good standing throughout the term of the Con- lennox red Rose, Unused, hand folding, $25, (650) 552-9556.
lionel western Union Pass car and
tract. painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
new deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
$12.00. (650) 578 9208.
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
4. To bid on this Project, the Bidder is required to be registered as a public works contrac- Sell! (650) 875-8159. lorex 14” B&W Surveillance System
Miller lite Neon sign , work good Model SG14S1042C-A $75 (415)407-
tor with the Department of Industrial Relations pursuant to the Labor Code. The Bidder's regis- $59 call (650)218-6528 2360 RWC loction.
new twin Mattress set plus frame
tration must remain active throughout the term of the Contract. old, antique, Bottle Collection: 20 $30.00 (650) 347-2356
bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 luggage, red, 21" NEW Samsonite
niagara ViBrating Adjustable bed Spinner,$50.00. (650)729-3000
5. One set of the Contract Documents will be provided to each prequalified General Con- sMall rug beater. $15.00 (650)207- good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
tractor. Copies of the Contract Documents may also be obtained by purchasing them from Barker 4162 (408)656-0958
Makes 6"x6" potholders, frame and
Blue, 363 N. Amphlett Blvd. San Mateo, CA 94401, www.barkerblue.com star wars R2-D2, original 1998 un- oFFice tyPe 34"X 60" heavy solid loops included. FREE. 650-595-3933
opened action figure. $15 in San Carlos. wood with formica wood grain top $25
6. Contract Documents will be available on and after 18 September 2018, for review at the Steve 650-518-6614 (650) 787-9753 Meilink saFe-Fire Proof,
50”x31”X31”, 2200lbs $1200
District Facilities Office. In addition, Contract Documents are available for bidders' review at the telescoPe-celestron astro reclining chair, wine colored $30, www.elo.deals (415)309-3892
following builders' exchanges: Master Newtonian Reflector, w/ tro/pod (650)-583-4985
stand, Like New $150.00
Call (415)239-1348. retro hutch Needs refinishing other- Motley crue lp signed by neil lee
A. Builder's Exchange of San Mateo County (650) 591-4486 wise good condition. Top detaches from sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019
toPPs BaseBall complete set 1987 bottom $25. (650)712-9962
negrini Fencing Epee mask size M
7. Sealed bids will be received until 2:00 p.m., 6 November, 2018, at the District Facilities thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999-
soFaBed, Velour, tan, Excellent & France Lames 5 epee blade $95
4474
Office, 1825 Trousdale Drive, Burlingame, California 94010, at or after which time the bids will be condition. $75. (808)631-1365. (415)260-6940
opened and publicly read aloud. Any bid that is submitted after this time shall be nonresponsive Vintage gucci Boston satchel purse,
solid wood Dining table with exten-
Good Condition. $75.00 (650)536-0513 new lawn SWING 5'1/2" W x 5 '6" H
and returned to the bidder. Any claim by a bidder of error in its bid must be made in compliance sion great piece great condition black $100 (650) 678-6428 aft. 6pm
with section 5100 et seq. of the Public Contract Code. Vintage gucci Boston satchel purse, $80 (650)364-5263
Good Condition. $75.00 (650)536-0513 old style Water dispenser-iron stand-
solid wood Entertainment Center- clay pot-5gal. glass bottle $75. (650)873-
8. Pursuant to Public Contract Code section 20111.5, only prequalified bidders will be eli- TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In 6304
gible to submit a bid for this Project. Any bid submitted by a bidder who is not prequalified shall 299 computers Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
be non-responsive and returned unopened to the bidder. To obtain a prequalified application X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o ray-Ban toP Bar Sunglasses
19" color Monitor with stand VG con- (925)482-5742 RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi-
contact Tim Ryan, Director of Facilities at tryan@burlingameschools.org dition power cord/owners manual includ- wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light-
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 taBle 24"x48" folding legs each end. weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591-
9. All bids shall be on the form provided by the District. Each bid must conform and be re- Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost 6596
i-Pad keyBoard. $25.00. (650)588- $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
sponsive to all pertinent Contract Documents, including, but not limited to, the Instructions to Bid- 0842 saMsonite 26" tan hard-sided suit
ders. three inch egg crate foam twin bed case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
recordaBle cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- mattress for sound sleep, perfect condi- $45. (650)328-6709
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, tion, $20, 650-595-3933
10. A pre-bid conference and site visit will be held on 18 September, 2018, at 3:00 p.m. at (650) 578 9208 silk saree 6 yards new nice color.for
Washington Elementary School, 801 Howard Ave., Burlingame, California. All participants are twin Bed frame-black wrought iron $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341 formation.
required to sign in front of the Administration Building. The site visit is expected to take approxi- 300 toys
mately (.5) hour. twin Bed, mattress, box spring, frame sink, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet,
100 things for little children to do on a $ 50. (650)598-9804. $15.00 (650)544-5306
trip. 4"X6" cards with instructions. Used.
Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, September XX FREE (650)595-3933 twin Bed- Free you pick up. Call slr lens Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6
(650)344-2109 Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171
aMerican Flyer locomotive runs
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 used BedrooM Furniture, FREE. Call slr lens Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6
(650)573-7381. Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
large stuFFed ANIMALS - $3 each
notice to Bidders Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 Veneer chest 6.5’ high, 3 ft. wide tires-set oF four P225 45 R18 $80
$99 (650)322-2814. OBO (650)359-2238.
star wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader
1. Notice is hereby given that the governing board (“Board”) of the Burlingame School $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 wall unit/rooM Divider. Simple tunturi rowing Machine, Good
Dis- lines. Breaks down for transportation. Condition, $75, (650)483-1222
$25.(650)712-9962 leave message
trict (“District”) will receive sealed bids for the following project: 302 antiques uniden harley Davidson Gas Tank
walnut chest, small (4 drawer with phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
MultiPurPose Building ModerniZations 100 y/o family heirloom, hand sewn, upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
hexagon pieced quilt. 8ft. sq. $99. walker - Good Condition - Like New -
(650)556-9708 white wicker Armoire, asking $100, $35 (650)341-5347
2. The Project consists of: Multipurpose Building modernization at five elementary school great condition, text for picture (650)571-
campuses in Burlingame School District - Franklin, Lincoln, McKinley, Roosevelt, and Washing- antique heMingray Glass Tele- 0947 311 Musical instruments
graph Pole Insulator. Aqua colored. Pris-
ton Elementary Schools. Work includes mechanical equipment replacement; lighting replace- tine condition. 4.5"X3.25" $15 (650)762- wood - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
1929 antique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut-
ment; interior finishes; audio-visual equipment; interior basketball standards; access lift to stage; 6048 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call
accessible restroom improvements; interior finishes; and other work as indicated. (650)742-6776.
Beer steins-original from Germa- 306 housewares
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info
3. To bid on this Project, the Bidder is required to possess one or more of the following (650)592-7483 Baldwin BaBy GRAND 1928 vintage
coMPlete set OF CHINA - Windsor in walnut. $7500.00 w/bench (415)608-
State of California Contractor Licenses: Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, 1214
Class A or B 20-pieces in original box, never used.
Mahogany antique Secretary desk, $250 per box (3 boxes available).
The Bidder's license(s) must remain active and in good standing throughout the term of the Con- 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- (650)342-5630 chroMatic harMonica: Horner
tract. elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
(650)278-5776.
crystal (leaded glass) lamp $30.
roseVille tuliP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. Can send picture. (650)464-7860
4. To bid on this Project, the Bidder is required to be registered as a public works $45. (650)574-2490.
contrac- Mikasa set. White. Modern (square) ePiPhone les Paul 100th
303 electronics Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. Anniversary Custom Electric Guitar.
tor with the Department of Industrial Relations pursuant to the Labor Code. The Bidder's regis- Mint. $600.00 650 421 5469
tration must remain active throughout the term of the Contract. BlauPunkt aM/FM/cd Radio and Re- sink douBle cast iron. Good condi-
ceiver with Detachable Face asking tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 eVerett uPright antique piano.
5. Contract Documents in PDF format are available from the Architect by emailing ma- $100. (650)593-4490 Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
dams@haarchs.com. One set of contract documents will be provided to each prequalified gen- 308 tools Fender Mustang I guitar amplifier
cannon coPier. $20. 650-342-5220.
eral contractor by contacting ARC Document Solutions, 945 Bryant Street, San Francisco, CA antique iron Hand Drills. 3 available
70 watts 8-guitar settings.with cover.
94103; www.e-arc.com/ca/sanfrancisco/bryant. Copies of the Contract Documents may also be Free teleVision - Mitsubishi, at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron $80. (650)421-5469
obtained by purchasing them from ARC Document Solutions. 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not
Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local Briggs & Stratton Lawn Mower with Fender Mustang ll guitar amplifier
Delivery available. Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00. 110 watts 8-guitar settings, with cover.
6. Contract Documents are available on 18 September 2018, for review at the District Fa- (650)771-6324. $130.00 (650)421-5469
cilities Office. In addition, Contract Documents are available for bidders' review at the following Motorola BraVo MB 520 (android
4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD craFtsMan 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" For sale: Epiphone Les Paul Cus-
builders' exchanges: card Belmont (650)595-8855 dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 tom Prophecy Electric Guitar. Mint.
$625.00. (650)421-5469.
onkyo aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital lg craFtsMen shop vac 6.5hp $60
A. Builder's Exchange of San Mateo County (650) 591-4486 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, (510)943-9221 huge ludwig Drum Set Silver Sparkle
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
7. Sealed Bids will be received until 2:00 p.m., 6 November, 2018, at the District Office, PluMBing tools and fixtures for Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500
Sale: Drain Cleaners, Pipe Threaders, (916)975-4969
1825 Trousdale Drive, Burlingame, California, at or after which time the bids will be opened and 304 Furniture Pipe Camera, etc. (415) 793-0615.
publicly read aloud. Any bid that is submitted after this time shall be non-responsive and re- Piano, uPright, in excellent condi-
turned to the bidder. Any claim by a bidder of error in its bid must be made in compliance with 2 walnut 3-drawer nitestands. Tops shoPsMith Mark V 50th Anniversary
need work but very good cond. $20/ea most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769
section 5100 et seq. of the Public Contract Code. (650)952-3466. (650)504-0585 Piano-1955 Baldwin Acrosonic 36”
High, Free for anyone to pick-up
8. Pursuant to Public Contract Code section 20111.5, only prequalified bidders will be eli- antique dining table for six people Vintage craFtsMan Jig Saw. Circa (650)295-9121.
with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
gible to submit a bid for this Project. Any bid submitted by a bidder who is not prequalified shall
Vintage shoPsMith and Band Player Piano 1916 W/Bench 25 mu-
be non-responsive and returned unopened to the bidder. To obtain a prequalified application antique Mohagany Bookcase. Four
sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. saw, good shape. $300/obo. Call
contact Tim Ryan, Director of Facilities at tryan@burlingameschools.org (650)342-6993 www.elo.deals
arMchair good condition $55.
9. All bids shall be on the form provided by the District. Each bid must conform and be (650)266-3184 saxoPhone- alto Silver with Case
$250.00 (650)948-4895
re- Bedstead single, poster style, box welder- lincoln AC 220 amps 240
sponsive to all pertinent Contract Documents, including, but not limited to, the Instructions to Bid- spring, mattress available. $40.00. volts $199.00 (650)948-4895 uPright Piano. In tune. Fair condi-
(650)593-7408 tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886.
ders.
Beige soFa $99. Excellent Condition 309 office equipment Vintage lingerie Washboard circa
10. A bid bond by an admitted surety insurer on the form provided by the District, cash, or (650) 315-2319
laPtoP case or bag. Black. Like new.
1920’s The Zinc King #703. Suitable for
a cashier's check or a certified check, drawn to the order of the Burlingame School District, in the strumming $50 (650)369-2486
Bunk Beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564.
amount of ten percent (10%) of the total bid price, shall accompany the Bid Form and Proposal, years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or yaMaha acoustic Guitar, model
as a guarantee that the Bidder will, within seven (7) calendar days after the date of the Notice of B/O (650)685-2494 310 Misc. For sale FG830 electric. $400.00 (650)421-5469
Award, enter into a contract with the District for the performance of the services as stipulated in coMMode, good condition. $20 obo. 200 Plastic trading card holders; $15; ZilJian cyMBals with stands, 21”
the bid. Please call (650)745-6309 (650)591-9769 San Carlos ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99
coMPuter desk (glass) & chair. Like (916)826-5964
11. An pre-bid conference and site visit for bidders will be held on 18 September, 2018, at 3:00 new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or 500-600 Big Band-era 78's--most mint,
gtecher@comcast.net no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
p.m. at Washington Elementary School, 801 Howard Ave., Burlingame, California, and then pro-
ceed to each of the five schools. All participants are required to sign-in in front of the Administra- coMPuter desk For sale $99 78 rPM records in four albums and nine 312 Pets & animals
tion Building. The Site Visit is expected to take approximately two hours. (650)520-4650 sleeves. FREE. San Bruno. (650)794-
0839 airline carrier for cats, pur. from
coMPuter swiVel CHAIR. Padded Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal September XX Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 Bessy sMall Evening Hand Bag With (505)228-1480 local.
Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
desk, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. Boston terrier-PuPPy 8 weeks
(650)458-3578 BiFold shutters 2x28”x79 $10.00 old, Vaccinated, Vet Checked, $2,000
(650)544-5306 (650)400-1144
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312 Pets & animals 345 medical equipment 440 apartments 625 Classic Cars 670 auto service 680 autos Wanted
one kennel Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- adJustable bath shower transfer aPaRtment foR Rent-Bottom Level, meRCedes ‘79 450 SL with hard top.
mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
(650)593-2066
bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976 6 miles from HMB, No Smoking, No
Drugs, No pets, $1750 Includes Utilities
Completely rebuilt. 20K obo. (650)851-
0878 aa smoG Cash 4 CaRs
dRiVe 3-in-1 commode with seat,buck- (530)354-6097 Complete Repair & Service
PaRRot CaGe, Steel, Large - approx et,cover,splash
(510)770-1976
sheild,armrests $10 meRCedes ‘89 300e, Low Miles, Excel. $39.75 plus certificate fee Trucks & Equipment
4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best Condition, Good Engine, Needs paint, (most cars)
485 Residential Care
offer. (650)245-4084
Pet CaRRieR for small dog or cat in ex-
dRiVe deluxe two button walker $10
(510)770-1976
$13,900 (650)355-0259 Leave msg. 869 California Drive .
Burlingame
650.315.3240
cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349- VoRalto VillaGe 630 trucks & suV’s
6059 homediCs dual Shiatsu Massage (650) 340-0492
Cushion. 3 Zone. $45.00. (650)207-4162 at menlo PaRk foRd 1994-PiCkuP truck F-100,V6, Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
Pet taxi Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux 140,000 original miles $6500, (650)589- Novas, running or not
inVeRsion theRaPy table back A welcoming and spa-like secured 6940 Parts collection etc.
Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for stretcher w/ heat $99.00 joe (650)573- memory care community nestled in a So clean out that garage
$25. Call (650)349-6059. 5269 residential neighborhood just blocks West Coast Give me a call
from downtown Menlo Park 635 Vans auto services Joe 650 342-2483
316 Clothes omt table, excellent condition, fold-
ing, $25, (650) 552-9556. Call today to schedule a Visit toyota ‘08 SIENNA LE, excellent con- Cash discounts, DMV
5 boxes male & female square dance Radiation PRoteCtion 1/2-apron (650)322-4100 dition, camera, bluetooth, trailer, 94K Services
clothing. Excellent Condition. As a Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta- miles. $9,000. text (925)786-5545 See
bunch $200 Maryann (650)574-4439. www.voralto.com 786 El Camino Real
ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227- craigslist for pics.
7742. South San Francisco, CA 94080
box of used men's Levi's and misc. (650)588-8993
jeans $99.00 or best offer fair condition 640 motorcycles/scooters
(650)589-0764 Garage sales 515 office space bmW ‘03 F650 GS, $3899 OBO. Call
daWGs bRand Kaymann black and (650) 995-0003
white snake print loafers size 7 (9.3”) $25 -ViRtual offiCes- 670 auto Parts
(650)369-2486 san mateo 14th $59 - $150 motoRCyCle saddlebaGs,
with mounting hardware and other parts 1960s CadillaC hub caps $40
faux fuR Coat Woman's brown multi annual harbortown *Business Internet *Phone Answering
$35. Call (650)670-2888 (650)592-3887
color in excellent condition 3/4
length $50 (650)692-8012 multi-family sale *Conference Rooms *Offices
*Complete IT Services * Mail 645 boats bRidGestone alenza 235/65R17,
$50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty,
Genuine ladies Mink Fur Jacket, CORNER of (650) 373-2000 boat- 7 FT Livingston Fiber Glass., 2.5 used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
$50.00 Call: (650)368-0748.
Fashion Island Blvd. bay area executive offices HP. NIssan Outboard Motor. $800.
CheVy/GmC 1994. Full size. Front
www.bayareaoffices.com (650) 591-5404.
kayano men’s Running shoes size 11 & Mariners Island Blvd. plastic/bumper/grill complete. Perfect
good condition $20 (650)520-7045 Photos. San Mateo $75 (650)727-7266
boat-RaCinG C-Class, 40 hp
ladies ClothinG, some w/tags. Sat. Sept. 8 Tohatsu Engine, Spare Parts included
Gm tRuCk/suV 1994? Large Vehicle.
$99.00 (650)589-0764. 9am to 2pm 620 automobiles $2,000 obo Call Vince (650)515-6091
Front Bumper/plastic/grill unit
ladies sequin dress, blue, size XL, malibu 24 ft with tower. Completely re- complete/perfect. Perfect/photos availa-
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 Furniture, Clothing & 1994 mitsubishi 3000 GT- VR4 Twin
Turbo Perfect Cont. Asking $30,000 built and re-finished. Boat and Motor. ble .$75. (650)727-7266
men's stetson hat, size large, new, Goodies Galore!! (650)315-2959 (650)558-8555 20K obo. (650)851-0878.
mini CooPeR- Hood Best offer-
rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 sea Ray 16 ft . I/B. $1,200. Needs www.elo.deals Call Don(415)309-3892
(650) 578-9208 Join us for our BBQ 1999 CadillaC DeVille Contour-Paid Upholstery. Call (650)898-5732. PeeRless tiRe Chains, used a few
$6,000 Sell $3,000 Good Condition
times. Fits several sizes P165-225. $20
neW With tags Wool or cotton Men's
pullover sweaters (XL) $15/each
Proceeds Go To (650)315-2954 or (650)558-8555
650 RVs obo. (650)745-6309
(650)952-3466 Pets in need don’t lose money Gulf stReam, Sun Voyager ‘04. Rims-ChRome, 17” Set of 4 with caps,
tuxedo size 40, black, including white on a trade-in or 36 ft, Excellent Condition. $39,500.
Off ’02 GMC Truck $200.00 (650)333-
0303
shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
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of more than seven hours of arguing, the gaveled the committee to order. One by late Sen. John McCain. When Kyl is sworn

COURT
Continued from page 1
federal appeals judge spoke repeatedly
about the importance of an independent
judiciary and the need to keep the court
one, Democrats, including Kamala Harris
of California, Cory Booker of New Jersey
and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, all
in, Republicans will hold 51 of the 100
seats.
Sens. Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa
above partisan politics, common refrains potential presidential contenders, Murkowski of Alaska are the only two
among Supreme Court nominees that had demanded that Republicans delay the hear- Republicans even remotely open to voting
The week of hearings on Kavanaugh’s added salience in the fraught political ing. They railed against the unusual vet- against Kavanaugh, though neither has said
nomination began with a sense of atmosphere of the moment. ting process by Republicans that failed to she would do so. Abortion rights supporters
inevitability that the 53-year-old appellate With his wife, two children and parents include documents from three years are trying to appeal to those senators, who
judge eventually will be confirmed, perhaps sitting behind him, Kavanaugh called him- Kavanaugh worked in the Bush administra- both favor abortion access.
in time for the first day of the new term, Oct. self a judge with a straightforward judicial tion, and 100,000 more pages withheld by Kavanaugh sat silently and impassively
1, and little more than a month before con- philosophy. the Trump White House. Some 42, 000 for most of the day, occasionally sipping
gressional elections. “A judge must be independent and must pages were released on the evening before water and taking notes on senators’ points.
However, the first of at least four days of interpret the law, not make the law. A judge of the hearing. Besides his family, he was accompanied by
hearings by the Senate Judiciary Committee must interpret statutes as written. A judge “We cannot possibly move forward, Mr. outgoing White House Counsel Don
began with partisan quarreling over the must interpret the Constitution as written, Chairman, with this hearing,” said Harris at McGahn and Deputy Attorney General Rod
nomination and persistent protests from informed by history and tradition and prece- the top of proceedings. Grassley disagreed. Rosenstein.
members of the audience, followed by their dent,” he said. As protesters repeatedly interrupted the Several dozen protesters, shouting one by
arrests. Kavanaugh also promised to be “a team session, Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, who is one, disrupted the hearing at several points
Strong Democratic opposition to Trump’s player on the Team of Nine.” fighting for his own re-election in Texas, and were removed by police. “This is a
nominee reflects the political stakes for The Supreme Court is often thought of as apologized to Kavanaugh for the spectacle mockery and a travesty of justice,” shouted
both parties in advance of the November nine separate judges, rather than a team. And he said had less to do about the judge’s legal one woman. “Cancel Brett Kavanaugh!”
elections, Robert Mueller’s investigation on the most contentious cases, the court record than Trump in the White House. Others shouted against the president or to
of Trump’s 2016 campaign and the poten- tends to split into conservative and liberal “It is about politics,” said Cruz. “It is protect abortion access. “Senators, we need
tially pivotal role Kavanaugh could play in sides. But justices often do say they seek about Democratic senators re-litigating the to stop this,” called out one.
moving the court to the right. consensus, and they like to focus on how 2016 election.” As patience thinned and tempers flared,
Democrats, including several senators frequently they reach unanimous decisions. The Republicans’ slim majority in the Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, denounced
poised for 2020 presidential bids, tried to Barring a major surprise over the next two Senate was bolstered during the hearing by what he called the “mob rule.” Struggling to
block the proceedings in a dispute over days of questioning, the committee is the announcement from Arizona that Gov. speak over protesters, Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-
Kavanaugh records withheld by the White expected to vote along party lines to send Doug Ducey was appointing Jon Kyl, the Utah, said, “These people are so out of line
House. Republicans in turn accused the Kavanaugh’s nomination to the full Senate. former senator, to fill the seat held by the they shouldn’t be in the doggone room.”
Democrats of turning the hearing into a cir- Majority Republicans can confirm
cus. Kavanaugh without any Democratic votes,
Trump jumped into the fray late in the day, though they’ll have little margin for error.
saying on Twitter that Democrats were “There are battles worth fighting, regard-
“looking to inflict pain and embarrass- less of the outcome,” Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-
ment” on Kavanaugh. Hawaii, said in an unsparing opening state-
The president’s comment followed the ment that criticized Kavanaugh’s judicial
statements of Democratic senators who opinions and the Senate process that
warned that Trump was, in the words of Sen. Democrats said had deprived them of access
Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, to records of important chunks of
“selecting a justice on the Supreme Court Kavanaugh’s time as an aide to President
who potentially will cast a decisive vote in George W. Bush.
his own case.” Democrats raised objections from the
In Kavanaugh’s own statement at the end moment Chairman Chuck Grassley
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Strong typhoon slams western Japan; eight dead By Mari Yamaguchi High seas poured into Kansai
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International Airport, built on artificial
islands in Osaka Bay, flooding one of its
TOKYO — A powerful typhoon slammed two runways, cargo storage and other facili-
into western Japan on Tuesday, inundating ties, and forcing it to shut down, said the
the region’s main international airport and Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport
blowing a tanker into a bridge, disrupting and Tourism. A passenger was slightly
land and air travel and leaving thousands injured by shards from a window shattered
stranded. At least eight people died and by the storm.
scores were injured. A 2,591-ton tanker that was mooring
Jebi, reportedly the strongest typhoon to slammed into the side of a bridge connect-
make landfall in Japan since 1993, headed ing the airport to the mainland, damaging
north across the main island of Honshu the bridge and making it unusable, leaving
toward the Sea of Japan. It was off the north- about 3,000 passengers stranded at the air-
ern coast of Fukui on Tuesday evening with port, transport ministry official Mitsuo
sustained winds of 78 miles per hour and Nakao said.
gusts up to 110 mph, the Japan The tanker was also damaged, but its 11
Meteorological Agency said. crewmembers were not injured and remained
More than 700 flights were canceled, on board, according to the coast guard.
according to Japanese media tallies. High- NHK public television showed passengers
speed bullet train service was suspended sitting or lying on the floor in the airport ter-
from Tokyo west to Hiroshima, though serv- minal in the dark without air conditioning.
ice partially resumed later Tuesday when the A man in his 70s died apparently after
typhoon left the region. being blown to the ground from his apart-
More than 1.6 million households ment in Osaka prefecture. Police said five
remained without power in Osaka, Kyoto others died elsewhere in the prefecture after
REUTERS and four nearby prefectures late Tuesday, being hit by flying objects or falling from
Vehicles damaged by Typhoon Jebi are seen in Osaka, western Japan. according to Kansai Electric Power Co. their apartments.

Tropical-force winds, rain from Gordon slam into Gulf Coast


By Stacey Plaisance and Kevin McGill Center said Gordon’s tight core was about ricane to hit the region in less than a year. Kenny Macdonald filled them for himself
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 75 miles southeast of Biloxi, Mississippi, Families along the coast filled sandbags, and older residents. MacDonald said that
or about 70 miles south of Mobile, took patio furniture inside and stocked up while such preparations become all too
Alabama, where heavy rains and winds on batteries and bottled water ahead of routine, one must remain wary.
GULFPORT, Miss. — Tropical-force picked up shortly before nightfall. Gordon. “You don’t know what the intensity of
winds from fast-moving Gordon smashed Skies quickly turned dark gray as storms The staff at The Hotel Whiskey in Pass the storm is going to be. You don’t want to
into the coastline of Alabama and the west- overshadowed Mobile, a port city. Metal Christian, Mississippi — only about a take it lightly, of course, ” MacDonald
ern Florida Panhandle on Tuesday evening, chairs were lashed together atop tables block from the Gulf of Mexico — were said.
the frontal edge of a system just offshore outside a restaurant in what’s normally a among those carrying out pre-storm prepa- A hurricane warning was in effect for the
that forecasters warned could become a hur- busy entertainment district, and a street ration rituals. The hotel restaurant planned entire Mississippi and Alabama coasts
ricane by the time it makes landfall. musician played to an empty sidewalk just to stay open Tuesday evening as usual, for- with the possibility Gordon would become
Tropical Storm Gordon strengthened before the rain began. Conditions were tified by sandbags to keep out torrential a Category 1 storm. The National
some in the final hours as it neared the cen- expected to deteriorate westward to New rains, the manager said. Hurricane Center predicted a “life-threaten-
tral Gulf Coast, clocking top sustained Orleans as the stormed closed in on the Gulfport was among communities pro- ing” storm surge of 3 to 5 feet along parts
winds of 70 mph. The National Hurricane coast, possibly becoming the second hur- viding sand and bags to residents, and of the central Gulf Coast.

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