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South City examines inclusionary housing

Proposal to require affordable units in rental developments unpopular with builders
By Austin Walsh much as 15 percent of all new rental devel- more below-market-rate housing in South officials seeking a grace period before the
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF opments to be set aside at an affordable rate. San Francisco. proposal is implemented, should it be
The proposal, which comes in the wake of “We want a balanced amount of growth approved.
South San Francisco officials are weigh- slate of housing laws combating the state’s and we want affordable housing to be a part Two executives from housing builders
ing an initiative designed to facilitate con- affordability crisis, is unpopular with exec- of that,” he said. “And we recognize that wrote letters encouraging councilmembers
struction of affordable housing units in new utives from development companies seek- construction costs are increasing and there to exempt projects in the development
rental developments, despite concerns ing an exemption from the proposal. are other factors that are making housing pipeline from being subjected to the poten-
raised by home builders. Alex Greenwood, the city’s Economic and harder to develop, but this has got to be tial ordinance, for fear of disrupting an
The South San Francisco City Council Community Development director, something that is considered.” already established budget.
will consider Wednesday, Sept. 12, an inclu- acknowledged the issues raised by builders The fears surrounding the rising cost of
sionary housing proposal mandating as while also noting the need to construct development are cited by building company See HOUSING, Page 19

Artist’s rendering of Redwood City’s new Veterans Memorial

Senior Center and YMCA project at Red Morton Park.


Members of San Mateo’s Police and Fire Honor Guard prepare to lay a memorial wreath during a ceremony to honor the fallen
9/11 First Responders at Fire Station No. 21. Below: Donald Trump and Melania Trump walk with park superintendent Stephen
Traffic calming
Clark as they tour the Flight 93 National Memorial during the observance at the memorial near Shanksville, Penn.

Somber tributes U.S. marks 9/11;
come together
Redwood City interested in reducing
Trump speaks at traffic speeds at three intersections
Pennsylvania site By Zachary Clark
By Jennifer Petz
and Karen Matthews As part of the design process for Redwood City’s new
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Veterans Memorial Senior Center building, three nearby
intersections have been prioritized for traffic calming
NEW YORK — Americans looked improvements that the City Council would like to see
back on 9/11 Tuesday with tears and installed before or during the first phase of the project if
somber tributes as President Donald funding can be secured. 
Trump hailed “the moment when That was the direction provided during a meeting on
America fought back” on one of the Monday, Sept. 10, after a presentation on the proposed
hijacked planes used as weapons in the improvements and their cost.

See 9/11, Page 18 See TRAFFIC, Page 19

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2 Wednesday • Sept 12, 2018 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day

“We must be willing to pay a price
for freedom, for no price that is ever asked
for it is half the cost of doing without it.”
— H.L. Mencken, American author and journalist

This Day in History

During World War II, a German U-boat

1942 off West Africa torpedoed the RMS

Laconia, which was carrying Italian
prisoners of war, British soldiers and
civilians; it’s estimated more than
1,600 people died while some 1,100 survived after the ship
sank. The German crew, joined by other U-boats, began res-
cue operations.
In   1 8 4 6 , Elizabeth Barrett secretly married Robert
Browning at St. Marylebone Church in London.
In 1 9 1 4 ,  during World War I, the First Battle of the Marne
ended in an Allied victory against Germany.
In  1 9 5 3 , Massachusetts Sen. John F. Kennedy married
Jacqueline Lee Bouvier in Newport, Rhode Island.
In  1 9 5 8 ,   the U.S. Supreme Court, in Cooper v. Aaron,
unanimously ruled that Arkansas officials who were resist-
ing public school desegregation orders could not disregard
the high court’s rulings.
In  1 9 5 9 , the Soviet Union launched its Luna 2 space
probe, which made a crash landing on the moon. The TV
Western series “Bonanza” premiered on NBC. REUTERS
In  1 9 6 0 ,   Democratic presidential candidate John F. A Saudi man with his body covered with bees poses for a picture in Tabuk, Saudi Arabia.
Kennedy addressed questions about his Roman Catholic
faith, telling the Greater Houston Ministerial Association, In other news ...
“I do not speak for my church on public matters, and the
church does not speak for me.” U.S. judge strikes down sonality trait and the decisions that against an Oregon man who had begun
personality trait may lead them to serving a 50-year prison sentence.
In  1 9 7 7 , South African black student leader and anti- California ban on handgun ads make later down the road,” Nunley Joshua Horner, a plumber from the
apartheid activist Steve Biko, 30, died while in police cus-
SAN FRANCISCO — A U.S. judge on said. central Oregon town of Redmond, was
tody, triggering an international outcry.
Tuesday struck down a nearly century- California has other laws that could convicted on April 12, 2017, of sexual
In  1 9 8 6 , Joseph Cicippio, the acting comptroller at the abuse of a minor.
old California law that banned hand- prevent handgun violence without
American University in Beirut, was kidnapped (he was
gun ads at gun shops, saying the state restricting speech in violation of the In the trial, the complainant testi-
released in December 1991).
failed to show it would prevent sui- First Amendment, the judge said. fied Horner had threatened to shoot her
cides or crime. A spokeswoman for the state attor- animals if she went to the police about
Birthdays The 1923 law banned any handgun
ads at gun shops that were visible from
ney general’s office, which defended
the law, said the office was reviewing
the alleged molestation, and said she
saw him shoot her dog and kill it to
outside the store, but did not restrict the decision. make his point.
ads for other firearms. The state Department of Justice cited Six months after a jury convicted
Judge Troy Nunley noted in his rul- one of the plaintiffs, Ten Percent Horner in a verdict that was not unani-
ing that gun shops could display a Firearms, for a metal sign shaped like mous, he asked the Oregon Innocence
large neon sign reading, “GUNS GUNS a revolver in the store’s parking lot Project for help. The group took up his
GUNS” or a 15-foot depiction of a that an inspector spotted in 2010, case.
sporting rifle. The judge said they according to Nunley’s ruling. Another When the group raised concerns in
could also place ads for handguns else- plaintiff, Tracy Rifle and Pistol, April about the case with Deschutes
where such as on a billboard blocks received a citation after an inspector in County District Attorney John
Actor-comedian Basketball Hall of
Rapper 2 Chainz is away. 2014 found large vinyl decals depict- Hummel, he agreed to work with them.
Louis C.K. is 51. 41. Fame player Yao The ruling came in a lawsuit filed in ing three handguns on the store’s win- Horner had insisted he never shot the
Ming is 38. 2014 by several gun dealers who were dows. dog. Finding the dog would show the
Actor Freddie Jones is 91. Actor Ian Holm is 87. Former fined by the state for handgun ads. “As the Court explained today, the complainant had lied under oath. But if
U.S. Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., is 79. Actress Linda Gray The state argued that the ads would government cannot censor commer- it was alive, where was it?
is 78. Singer Maria Muldaur is 76. Actor Joe Pantoliano is 67. spur impulsive people, who are more cial speech in a paternalistic effort to An Oregon Innocence Project volun-
Singer-musician Gerry Beckley (America) is 66. Original prone to suicide and crime, to buy a keep citizens from making unpopular teer and an official from Hummel’s
handgun, according to Nunley’s rul- choices - or choices the government office searched for it. The black Lab
MTV VJ Nina Blackwood is 66. Rock musician Neil Peart
ing. The judge said the state failed to doesn’t approve - if they are told the had reportedly been given away. The
(Rush) is 66. Actor Peter Scolari is 63. Former Kansas Gov.
show that an impulsive handgun pur- truth,” Brad Benbrook, an attorney for investigators were sniffing on the
Sam Brownback is 62. Actress Rachel Ward is 61. Actress Amy trail, but they had trouble tracking
chase results in an impulsive suicide or the plaintiffs said in a statement.
Yasbeck is 56. Rock musician Norwood Fisher (Fishbone) is crime. down the purported dog’s owner.
53. Actor Darren E. Burrows is 52. Rock singer-musician Ben
Folds (Ben Folds Five) is 52. Rock musician Larry LaLonde
“The Government may not restrict Labrador dog named Lucy saves “They made a couple trips around
speech that persuades adults, who are Deschutes County; he was not there,”
(Primus) is 50. Golfer Angel Cabrera is 49. Actor-singer Will neither criminals nor suffer from men-
Oregon man from sex conviction said Steve Wax, legal director of the
Chase is 48. Actor Josh Hopkins is 48. Country singer tal illness, from purchasing a legal and SALEM, Ore. — The discovery of a Oregon Innocence Project. “We heard
Jennifer Nettles is 44. Actress Lauren Stamile is 42. Actor Ben constitutionally protected product, black Labrador named Lucy led to the he was in Seattle. Then we learned he
McKenzie is 40. Singer Ruben Studdard is 40. Singer-actress merely because it distrusts their per- unraveling of a criminal case Monday had a place on the Oregon Coast.”
Jennifer Hudson is 37. Actor Alfie Allen is 32.
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Two Redwood City palms to be removed
Police reports
Some people are sick
Two people were caught stealing med-
Two palm trees in downtown Redwood ication from a supermarket on El
City will be removed next week after they Camino Real in Millbrae, it was report-
succumbed to a fungal infection. ed at 9:33 a.m. Friday, Aug. 3.
On Sept. 17 and 18, the city’s Public
Works Services Department will cut down SAN MATEO
two canary island date palm trees, one of
which stands in front of the Fox Theatre and Drunk dri v er. A man was seen stumbling
the other adjacent to Courthouse Square. The to a truck on South El Camino Real, it was
trees have already been killed by an infec- reported at 3:23 p.m. Sunday, Sep. 9.
tion called fusarium oxysporum, despite the Theft. Two employees stole money from a
city’s best efforts to save them. safe during the overnight shift, it was
City spokeswoman Meghan Horrigan said reported at noon Sunday, Sep. 9.
a number of canary palm trees in the city Sto l en v ehi cl e. Someone stole a vehicle
contracted the same disease and were treated from North Amphlett Boulevard, it was
with a preventative spray that only worked reported at 7:39 a.m. Sunday, Sep. 9.
on some of them. The trees were in planted Theft. Three men stole bottles of alcohol
in 2007 and each one costs $35, 000. from a grocery store on South El Camino
Removing these two palms will cost Real, it was reported at 6:30 p.m. Saturday,
$7,000.    Sep. 8.
Several were removed in 2014 for the Vandal i s m. Someone smashed a vehicle’s
same reason, which also plagued the trees window on Second Avenue, it was reported at
on the Embarcadero in San Francisco. The 10 a.m. Saturday, Sep. 8.
fungus is common in palm trees.
Horrigan said it could take about a year
Two palm trees in downtown Redwood City will be removed next week.
before new trees are planted at those loca- Van dal i s m. A San Bruno resident was
tions because staff will need to test the roots Staff will also ensure whatever new trees are There will be partial road closures and a arrested for pushing a cashier and destroying
after they are cut down to ensure they’re dis- planted meet the “architectural standards” of few parking spaces will be closed off during items in a business on El Camino Real, it
ease-free and won’t infect their replacement. the area.  the two-day removal process. was reported at 1:29 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 19.
Mi s demeano r warrant. A Foster City res-
ident was cited and released for a San Mateo

A different kind of climate summit comes to San Francisco misdemeanor warrant on El Camino Real, it
was reported at 7:05 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18.
Tres pas s i ng . A San Francisco resident was
By Seth Borenstein lars to finance initiatives, the private sector needs to get involved arrested for trespassing onto private proper-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and that’s happening, said Nigel Purvis, chief executive officer of ty on South Broadway, it was reported at 2
the non-profit Climate Advisers and a former climate negotiator in a.m. Saturday, Aug. 18.
The international effort to fight climate change is about to get the Bill Clinton and George W. Bush administrations. Grand theft. Someone stole an unattended
injected with a bit of Hollywood flash, a lot of Wall Street green and “This is the climate action summit, emphasis on the action,” purse and ring valued at $4,490, it was
a considerable dose of cheerleading rather than dry treaty negotia- Purvis said. “Despite the lack of leadership from Washington, it’s reported at 1 a.m. Monday, Aug. 6.
tions. really about action.”

Business leaders, mayors, governors and activists from
around the world gather this week in San Francisco for the
Global Climate Action Summit, where participants will
trumpet what they’ve done and announce new efforts to slow
a warming world.
In addition, a smattering of celebrities such as musician
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Big safety testing failure rate for state pot products
By Michael R. Blood cal industries that company officials say
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS can detect a large number of potentially
harmful species of mold and yeast not cur-
LOS ANGELES — Nearly 20 percent of rently covered in state guidelines.
marijuana products in California have failed The company has seen examples where
tests for potency and purity since the state mold was on cannabis but the sample passed
started requiring the checks on July 1, a fail- state tests.
ure rate some in the industry say has more to Swetha Kaul, the company’s chief scien-
do with unrealistic standards and technical tific officer who sits on the board of the
glitches than protecting consumer safety. California Cannabis Industry Association,
The testing has been especially tough on said in an interview the state needs to “cre-
cannabis-infused cookies, candies and tinc- ate a bigger net to catch things.”
tures: About one-third have been blocked By limiting its required review to a few
from store shelves. mold species the state is “essentially creat-
In much smaller numbers, testing compa- ing a loophole where every other species
nies licensed by the state are finding unac- can get by,” she said.
ceptable levels of pesticides, solvents and California began broad legal sales on
bacteria, including E. coli and salmonella, Jan. 1 and gave companies six months to
according to data provided to the Associated sell off stockpiles of marijuana, oils and
Press by the state Bureau of Cannabis edibles produced without strict testing
Control. requirements.
In the first two months, nearly 11,000 The rules require all cannabis products to
samples were tested and almost 2, 000 clear a range of tests at labs before reaching
failed. In some cases, the product must be REUTERS FILE PHOTO consumers, from ensuring THC is distrib-
destroyed. But many involve labeling Rules require all cannabis products to clear a range of tests at labs before reaching consumers, uted evenly in chocolate bars to making
issues that can be corrected. For example, a from ensuring THC is distributed evenly in chocolate bars to making sure buds have not been sure buds have not been contaminated by
marijuana bud that’s tested to show a differ- contaminated by fuzzy blankets of mold. fuzzy blankets of mold.
ent potency than what’s on the label can be governing the nation’s largest legal pot The California Cannabis Manufacturers From July 1 through Aug. 29, labs tested
relabeled and sold with the right specifica- economy, they are facing pressure to Association, another industry group, is 10,695 product batches and 1,904 were
tion. revamp testing requirements that are being pushing for changes that include allowing rejected, a failure rate of about 18 percent.
To the state, the strict testing program is alternately described as going too far, not companies to challenge lab testing results. Claims on the label, such as THC content,
largely doing what it was designed to do: far enough, or an overly costly burden. “Even if the lab admits it made an error, accounted for 65 percent of the failures, or
identify marijuana buds, concentrates, The California Growers Association, an there is no way to change those results,” 1,279 tests.
munchies and other products that are in industry group, is among those concerned said Bryce Berryessa, an association board This is how the rule works: If a bottled
some way tainted and unsuitable for eating the state is forcing growers and manufactur- member who is CEO of TreeHouse dispensa- juice drink said on the label it was 25 per-
or smoking. ers to hit too tiny a target when gauging ry in Santa Cruz County and president of La cent apple juice, testers would have to find
“Mandatory statewide testing is a new levels of THC, the psychoactive chemical Vida Verde, which produces infused cookies. that the concentration in the juice was with-
thing and it’s going to take some time for that causes marijuana’s high. “Labs are not perfect. Mistakes get in 10 percent of that mark, plus or minus.
everything to run smoothly, but on the Rules require the THC concentration come made,” he said. It’s the same with cannabis.
whole we’re pleased with how things are within 10 percent of what is advertised on a At a state hearing last month, the Santa Next in line: About 400 batches were
progressing,” Bureau of Cannabis Control product label. Company executives say Ana-based testing company Cannalysis flagged for unacceptable levels of pesti-
spokesman Alex Traverso said. some products are being rejected after land- urged regulators to broaden their rules to cides. Impurities such as bacteria and mold
But as regulators consider recasting rules ing outside the margin by tiny amounts. include a test used in food and pharmaceuti- caused 114 rejections.

Daniel Anderson four years on a subma- Sign the guestbook at

Obituaries rine patrolling the
Daniel Anderson, born Oct. 15, 1936,
Engineers working with construction Pacific Ocean and was Christopher ‘Chris’ Rudd
died peacefully in his home Aug. 29, 2018, discharged in 1954. Jim
cranes and elevators. Christopher “Chris” Rudd, born July 25,
leaving behind three was a successful busi-
Dan was an avid hiker, bicyclist and 1972, died Sept. 1, 2018, surrounded by his
beloved children: Mike, nessman and entrepre-
kayaker. He was also a lover of flowers, friends in Half Moon Bay.
Lena and Shanette, as neur. He founded Haltek He was raised in Palo Alto and was a resi-
well as seven grandchil- nature and the magnificence of the great out-
doors. Daniel was a sweet and kind man, Electronics, located in dent of Redwood City. He is survived by his
dren.  Mountain View, life partner, Sofie Petersson; his children
A resident of San always willing to help others. His strong
faith in God gave him guidance throughout California, that later Hunter and Nova Rudd; his parents Rebecca
Mateo County for more became Test Lab Company. He later retired Rudd and Peter Rudd; and a sister Natasha
than 50 years, Dan was his life. 
Daniel will be deeply missed by his chil- in 2001. Rudd.
known in his community A mass in memory of Jim will be 11 a.m. Friends are invited to a celebration of
of Belmont as spearhead- dren, grandchildren, three siblings and
extended family and friends.   Saturday, Sept. 15, at Church of the Chris’ life 1 p.m. Sept. 15, 1044 Moffett
ing a local non-smoking movement that Immaculate Heart of Mary, 1040 Alameda de Circle in Palo Alto.
became a statewide, then national and then las Pulgas, Belmont, CA, 94002 with a Cremation cared for by Crippen & Flynn
global trend to end smoking in public James Manford Trees reception to follow. Woodside Chapel in Redwood City.
places. He was a passionate believer in pos- James Manford Trees, born Feb. 11,
itive action toward social change on a num- 1930, in Clear Lake, Iowa, died Sept. 5,
ber of different issues, including public 2018, in San Carlos, California, at the age AFFORDABLE LIFE INSURANCE
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New data show slow Bay Local briefs

Area housing production “SB 1355 updates cur-
New data shows that Bay Area housing rent law to make clear
increased by only 14,900 new units in that using drones to
2017, less than 30 percent of the number of smuggle contraband into
new jobs in the region during the same peri- correctional facilities is
od, according to data released by the also unlawful,” Hill said.
Metropolitan Transportation Commission The bill will go into
and the Association of Bay Area effect in January, mak-
Governments. ing any infractions pun-
The number of new housing units, mostly ishable by a $500 fine.
apartments and condominiums, was much Jerry Hill
Employees of the pris-
less than the 52,700 new jobs estimated by ons who are authorized to operate drones as
the California Employment Development part of their job will be exempt from the
Department to have been added in the nine- restrictions of the bill.
county Bay Area last year.
The imbalance highlights the region’s Man arrested for
“housing crunch” and reinforces its posi-
tion as one of the nation’s most expensive
allegedly ramming police car
places to live, MTC officials said. A man was arrested Monday after alleged-
Other findings show that permits for sin- ly ramming a police car with his vehicle
gle-family homes have stagnated since while trying to escape from officers who
2008 while multifamily units like apart- were investigating possible burglaries in Donjuan Goode, a 27-year-old El Cerrito resident, was arrested after allegedly ramming a
ment buildings have nearly doubled to the parking lot of The Shops at Tanforan in police car with his vehicle.
15,000 in 2016 from 8,000 units in 2009. San Bruno, police said. Police are currently investigating the 7314, or a tip line at (650) 359-4444.
Multifamily housing accounted for 70 per- Donjuan Goode, a 27-year-old El Cerrito case and ask anyone with information to Online crime tips can be submitted at city-
cent of the 21,000 units permitted by Bay resident, was arrested on suspicion of contact the San Bruno Police Department at
Area municipalities in 2016. felony evasion, felony assault, possession (650) 616-7100 or sbpdtipline@san-
The data is part of the Vital Signs initia- of an embezzled vehicle and identity theft. Tips can be anonymous. Motorcyclist killed
tive by the MTC and ABAG that monitors Goode was allegedly seen casing vehicles
the region’s progress toward reaching key for possible burglaries with a female sus- Man whose body found in crash on Highway 84
environmental, transportation, land use and pect in the parking lot of the mall around A 66-year-old man from Menlo Park died
economic policy goals. More information 6:30 p.m. Monday.
at Pacifica beach identified after his motorcycle collided head-on with a
on housing production data and other find- After locating the suspects’ vehicle, offi- A man whose body was pulled from the pickup truck along state Highway 84 in
ings can be found at cers tried to stop it but Goode allegedly surf at a beach in Pacifica on Sunday morn- Woodside on Sunday evening, San Mateo
rammed the police car head-on, according to ing has been identified by the San Mateo County sheriff’s officials said Tuesday.
Brown signs bill outlawing police. Neither police nor the suspects were County Coroner’s Office as 25-year-old San The motorcyclist, identified by the coun-
drones above state prisons injured in the collision. Francisco resident Elliott Loring ty Coroner’s Office as Stephen Morse, died
The suspects then fled on foot through the Wakefield. in a crash that occurred around 6:45 p.m. on
Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Monday parking lot but officers eventually caught Wakefield’s body was found after officers Highway 84, also known as La Honda Road,
outlawing drone flights over state prisons, them. After searching the suspects, the car were dispatched at 7:27 a.m. to the beach in an area near Grandview Drive, according
jails and juvenile facilities. and their hotel room, officers found numer- below the 800 block of Palmetto Avenue, to the Sheriff’s Office.
State Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, intro- ous stolen IDs and credit cards, police said. police said. The cause of the crash is still being
duced Senate Bill 1355 earlier this year after Goode was booked into county jail while No other details about the death were investigated. Anyone with information
several state prisons reported drugs and the female suspect, a 32-year-old woman immediately released. about the case is asked to contact Sgt.
other contraband that were smuggled into from Oakland, was released pending further Anyone with information about the death Peardon at (650) 372-3215 or
the facilities via drones. investigation. is asked to call Pacifica police at (650) 738-
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‘Big and vicious’: Hurricane Around the nation
Mattis: Afghans boost troop
vetting after insider attacks
Florence closer to Carolinas
By Jonathan Drew
WASHINGTON — Defense Secretary Jim
Mattis says the Afghan military has
increased its vetting of
local forces working
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS with American troops as
a result of recent insider
WILMINGTON, N. C. — Motorists attacks that killed two
streamed inland on highways converted to U.S. service members.
one-way evacuation routes Tuesday as about Mattis says Afghan
1.7 million people in three states were President Ashraf Ghani
warned to get out of the way of Hurricane raised the issue when the
Florence, a hair-raising storm taking dead two men met in Kabul
aim at the Carolinas with 140 mph winds Jim Mattis last week, amid increased
and potentially ruinous rains. concerns about Afghan forces attacking the
Florence was expected to blow ashore late U.S. troops they work alongside. Mattis, in
Thursday or early Friday, then slow down his first public comments about the meet-
and wring itself out for days, unloading 1 to ing, tells reporters at the Pentagon that
2 1/2 feet of rain that could cause flooding Afghan leaders have increased training and
well inland and wreak environmental havoc security checks to make certain they are
by washing over industrial waste sites and identifying any Afghans who have been rad-
hog farms. icalized.
Forecasters and politicians pleaded with The two leaders also discussed security for
the public to take the warnings seriously the upcoming parliamentary election and
and minced no words in describing the broader plans on how to sustain the military
threat. fight while also seeking reconciliation
“This storm is a monster. It’s big and it’s with the Taliban to end the war.
vicious. It is an extremely, dangerous, life-
A view shows Ocean Boulevard empty of tourists after mandatory evacuations were declared
threatening, historic hurricane, ” North
for South Carolina coastal areas ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Florence in Myrtle Beach. Elizabeth Smart kidnapper
Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said.
He added: “The waves and the wind this ahead of its eye, and so wet that a swath some started running out of gas as far west to be released from prison
storm may bring is nothing like you’ve from South Carolina to Ohio and as Raleigh, with bright yellow bags, signs SALT LAKE CITY — A woman convicted
ever seen. Even if you’ve ridden out storms Pennsylvania could get deluged. or rags placed over the pumps to show they of helping a former street preacher kidnap
before, this one is different. Don’t bet your People across the region rushed to buy were out of order. Some store shelves were Elizabeth Smart as a teenager in 2002 from
life on riding out a monster.” bottled water and other supplies, board up picked clean. her Salt Lake City bedroom and hold her
Some hoped for divine intervention. their homes, pull their boats out of the water “There’s no water. There’s no juices. captive will be freed from prison in a sur-
“I’m prayed up and as ready as I can get,” and get out of town. There’s no canned goods, ” Kristin prise move announced Tuesday by state
Steven Hendrick said as he filled up gaso- A line of heavy traffic moved away from Harrington said as she shopped at a Walmart authorities.
line cans near Conway, South Carolina. the coast on Interstate 40, the main route in Wilmington. Wanda Barzee, 72, will be released Sept.
President Donald Trump declared states of between the port city of Wilmington and At 5 p.m., the storm was centered 785 19 after the Utah Board of Pardons and
emergency for North and South Carolina and inland Raleigh. Between the two cities, miles southeast of Cape Fear, North Parole determined it had miscalculated the
Virginia, opening the way for federal aid. He about two hours apart, the traffic flowed Carolina, moving at 17 mph. It was a poten- time she previously served in federal cus-
said the federal government is “absolutely, smoothly in places and became gridlocked tially catastrophic Category 4 storm but tody, board spokesman Greg Johnson said
totally prepared” for Florence. in others because of fender-benders. was expected to keep drawing energy from in a news release.
All three states ordered mass evacuations Only a trickle of vehicles was going in the warm water and intensify to near She will be under federal supervision for
along the coast. But getting out of harm’s the opposite direction, including pickup Category 5, which means winds of 157 mph five years.
way could prove difficult. trucks carrying plywood and other building or higher.
Florence is so wide that a life-threatening materials.
storm surge was being pushed 300 miles Long lines formed at service stations, and
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Less snow prompts push to lengthen Grand Canyon season

By Felicia Fonseca round or most of the year so we can promote
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ourselves as a four-season destination,” said
Camille Johnson, tourism director for Kane
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — With snowfall dwin- County, Utah, in Kanab, the closest major
dling at the Grand Canyon’s North Rim, city in Utah to the North Rim.
tourism promoters see an opportunity to The 30-year average for snowfall at the
stretch out the visiting season at the less North Rim is more than 11 feet yearly, but
popular side of the canyon so more people the average over the past decade has fallen by
experience it and spend money in the more than 3 feet annually, according to the
region. National Weather Service.
The canyon’s North Rim is fully open less The season-to-season amounts can fluctu-
than half of the year and isn’t as easy to get ate greatly. About 3 feet fell between last
to as the South Rim, which attracts 90 per- October and May, indicative of a drier weath-
cent of the canyon’s annual 6.25 million er pattern in the Southwest. More than four
visitors. The North Rim has equally stun- times that amount fell in the same period the
ning views but is more serene, with cooler previous season, making a weather-based
temperatures and far fewer tour buses. decision to extend the visitor season more
The North Rim lodge and its infrastructure difficult.
weren’t meant to handle harsh winters, and Readjusting the North Rim season makes
most employees are hired seasonally because sense from a climate change perspective,
of the historically heavy snow. Last season, said Jonathan Overpeck, a climate scientist
however, saw just a fraction of the area’s at the University of Michigan
average, and the snow didn’t come until “There’s some caution warranted because
January and February. LOCO STEVE ON VISUALHUNT we will still get the big snow storms and the
Overnight lodging at the North Rim shuts The canyon’s North Rim is fully open less than half of the year and isn’t as easy to get to as the big snow years that they want to protect the
down Oct. 15, as do ranger-led programs and South Rim, which attracts 90 percent of the canyon’s annual 6.25 million visitors. visitors from,” he said Tuesday.
most concession services. The rim is open Advocates of lengthening the visiting sea- when the highway has little to no snow. The North Rim sits at more than 8,000 feet
for visitor day trips until the highway closes son, some blaming or thanking climate They’d like to expand the season even more and is bordered by national forest land where
Dec. 1 — or with the first significant snow- change, envision adding a couple of weeks than that later. a herd of bison roam. It has few amenities —
fall — and then the entire area reopens in for now to both ends of the tourist season “The end game for us is to get it open year- a 1930s lodge that’s a national historic land-
mid-May. mark, a gas station and a campground.

Interview: Iran nuclear chief hopes deal will survive

By Jon Gambrell and Nasser Karimi dom” when weighing All this puts further pressure on the admin- Salehi heads the Atomic Energy
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS whether to abandon the istration of Iran’s relatively moderate Organization of Iran, whose Tehran campus
deal if European nations President Hassan Rouhani, to whom Salehi encompasses a nuclear research reactor
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran’s nuclear chief said fail to protect it from reports as one of his vice presidents. But given to the country by the U.S. in 1967
Tuesday he hopes Tehran’s landmark atomic Trump. Salehi dismissed out of hand the idea of cav- under the rule of the shah. But in the time
deal with world powers will survive The U. S. withdrawal ing to American demands to renegotiate the since that American “Atoms for Peace”
President Donald Trump withdrawing the from the deal already has accord. donation, Iran was convulsed by its 1979
U. S. from it, warning the Islamic badly shaken Iran’s ane- “Yes, we have our problems. Yes, the sanc- Islamic Revolution and the subsequent
Republic’s program stands ready to build mic economy, crashing tions have caused some problems for us. But takeover and hostage crisis at the U.S.
advanced centrifuges and further enrich ura- Ali Akbar Salehi its currency, the rial. if a nation decides to enjoy political inde- Embassy in Tehran.
nium. That likely will be com- pendence, it will have to pay the price,” For decades since, Western nations have
In an exclusive interview with the pounded by U. S. sanctions coming in Salehi said. “If Iran decides today to go back been concerned about Iran’s nuclear pro-
Associated Press, Ali Akbar Salehi stressed November that threaten Iran’s oil exports, a to what it was before, the lackey of the United gram, accusing Tehran of seeking atomic
Iran would be guided by “prudence and wis- major source of government funding. States, the situation would” be different. weapons.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Wednesday • Sept 12, 2018 9

Chavez, Mason and Sanchez for San Bruno schools Preying priests
our people are running for hit the ground running. She is also
three seats on the San Bruno Editiorial keenly interested in gaining consen-
Park Elementary School
District Board of Trustees, leaving ing off surplus property simply
sus through open communication.
Former trustee Chuck Zelnik has “A ll power is a trust and we are accountable for its
exercise.” — Disraeli.
It’s the patriarch thing — still predominant in many
voters with a tough choice for the because what makes sense today, may insight, smarts and history but brings
challenging positions. some baggage from the past that institutions of our society. From many families, to the
not make sense tomorrow if enroll- church, to government, men obsessed with authority and
Each of the four candidates would be ment starts to grow. However, the cir- might get in the way of the district’s
a solid choice for the district, in the forward path. If the district was well power mostly run things, people often revere them, and
cumstances of years of financial tur- no matter how corrupt the patriarchs, there are enough
midst of a challenging time when it moil leave little choice. San Bruno on the road of progress, it might be
comes to finances and its future. For able to absorb a new trustee with an people that cling to the father figure tenaciously and fur-
Park is heading in the right direction ther their cause. 
the past few decades, San Bruno Park for its particular needs but this path alternative point of view but now is
has faced difficult decisions when it not the time for that. In spite of the advances of the women’s movement, in
won’t necessarily be smooth because
comes to its finances. The more trou- The current board, however, might many areas patriarchy has managed to remain alive and
of the tough decisions ahead.
ble it has, the more trouble it has heed some of his concerns about its kicking — and its destructive ramifications are often
With that in mind, a little stability
with enrollment. Now with a new approach to getting out of its finan- evident in the news. This is not only about the priest
might go a long way. Appointed
superintendent at the helm, the dis- cial hole as it moves ahead. The dis- child-molesters, but the
incumbent Andy Mason is at the top
trict is moving toward revamping its of the learning curve and interested in trict is by no means out of its finan- church hierarchy’s cavalier
school system with fewer neighbor- keeping lines of communication cial burdens and there is much work to cover-up — patriarchal
hood schools and increasing enroll- open. Longtime incumbent Henry be done. However, it has a plan, and authoritarian mindset
ment at new schools to be recon- Sanchez tends to go along with the that is progress. As long as its turned catastrophic. Add
structed using bond money the district guidance of the superintendent but trustees keep the lines of communica- those who allow them all
hopes to obtain through voter provides some institutional knowl- tion open and incorporate the points that power.
approval this Nov. 6 and by selling edge and perspective. Newcomer Teri of view of everyone in the communi- Many questions come to
off property no longer needed. Sanchez has burnished a resume of ty, that path will lead to prosperity. mind. Why were so many
We always caution the idea of sell- community involvement and would There really is no other choice. of the children who were
sexually abused by the
priests unable to talk
Letters to the editor about what happened?
Why were the few parents
who were told about it in
lic transportation options are limited. wave from the cockpit as he passes such denial that they
Greenhouse gas emissions If the state could afford to build the over the Houston space launch facili- couldn’t comprehend? What kind of arrogance imbued the
Editor, “designer” Bay Bridge that cost bil- ties, as American engineers on the hierarchy who went to such great lengths to cover it up?
One viable method of reducing Bay lions without adding vehicle capaci- ground look up and say “sure wish it Why was it more important for those in charge to protect
Area traffic congestion is rarely dis- ty, surely California could construct a was us instead of the Chinese that had the perpetrator than to protect innocent children? Do
cussed. Another vehicle bridge could crossing to reduce delays and the pol- that pot smokers technology” these priests and the hierarchy feel at all sinful because
be constructed from Highway lution that comes from idling cars and they betrayed people who trusted them as examples of
238/Interstate 880 in Hayward to trucks. morality, integrity and compassion? How desperate are
Interstate 380 near the airport. It John Dillon they to protect their position of unquestioned authority?
would change the pattern of traffic San Bruno A clue: The Dean of the College of Cardinals dismissed
from the Livermore valley; instead of Bill Williams the accusations as “petty gossip.”
going north to the Bay Bridge back- How can so many people who live in a free society go
San Mateo
ing up through Oakland or going Landscape trees not pavement along with any religion that is its antithesis? Doesn’t
south to the San Mateo Bridge, traffic everyone know that giving a closed system that much
could continue west to the Peninsula. Dear Editor,
Controversy on Elon Musk I would like to strenuously object authority and power is never a good idea — even when
This bridge crossing was planned cloaked in the mantle of religion? Is believing that
decades ago but never completed. Editor, to the proposed scope of work for
this project “SMCCCD Building 20 those aligned with religion and the church have godlike
South San Francisco is now a destina- I see where Tesla stock dropped, qualities and that they are beyond reproach comforting
tion due to biotech development, so partially because Elon Musk was Demolition (SCH #2015052007), at
the San Mateo County Community to those who can’t stand uncertainty in their lives? Why
housing advocates should realize new offered a joint on comedian Joe have we been so protective of the church that we have
development will require construction Rogan’s podcast. Elon is obviously College District. Removing the trees,
garden, landscaping and greenhouses avoided the truth for so long? Haven’t we known all
materials and equipment transported not too experienced with it, as he had along that some of those who answer a religious “call-
by trucks. to ask what it was when the smell and increasing the amount of hard
scape paving directly counters the ing” do it for reasons other than we might expect — such
The desire to reduce single occupant would have been a clue to an experi- as guilt, arrogance or to escape freedom and reality.
vehicle trips has ignored the necessi- enced smoker. Additionally, he didn’t state of California and the governor’s
stated climate impact goals of reduc- Erich Fromm in “Escape from Freedom” wrote about
ty for freight delivery; diesel trucks inhale, he rolled the smoke around in authoritarians of all kinds. “In a psychological sense,
idling in traffic generate pollution his mouth like a cigar. ing greenhouse gases and global
warming. the lust for power is not rooted in strength, but in weak-
too. Too bad Musk hasn’t exhibited ness. It is the expression of the inability of the individ-
Recent suggestions to bore another behavior more in line with that of In addition, I have observed the
parking lots during peak hours at the ual to stand alone and live. It is the desperate attempt to
BART tunnel under the Bay are too many big business types like sexual
many existing lots and they are never gain secondary strength where genuine strength is lack-
expensive. BART already has issues harassment of subordinates, insider
near capacity. Therefore, creating ing.”
with train car replacements being trading and the like instead of the car-
more parking is simply a complete So what results from this “secondary strength?”
late, used equipment being installed dinal sin, however ineptly executed,
waste of capital money. Brainwashing a child into unquestioning obedience to
on the new extensions and obsolete of attempted pot smoking.
Now the government has concerns I strongly urge the board to reject any authority may stoke the ego of the authoritarian and
technology requiring custom fabrica-
because Musk being CEO and vision- this wasted capital project and instead satisfy his abundant need for power, but the child loses
tion for maintenance.
U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein has ary of Space X, maker of the worlds install more landscape islands with his autonomy in the process — often the authoritarian’s
mentioned funding for another bridge. most successful private space vehi- trees in  existing parking lots in goal. Many such children come to believe that they are
No one is going to move to the Bay cles, and god knows you can’t take a order to reduce the impact of global not capable of independent thought and, in the case of
Area and begin commuting by car just hit of pot and be successful at that. warming. the church, that those who are in charge are omnipotent.
because a new bridge may be built. Perhaps Musk should offer his serv- In this way, followers, including the children’s parents,
Refusing to add traffic lanes to force ices to the Chinese, starving for the aided and abetted the pedophile priests by going along
John Lewis with the patriarchal mindset of a church that should have
commuters onto public transportation kind of expertise the genius Musk can
is an inadequate strategy because pub- offer for their space program. He can San Mateo moved out of the dark ages long ago.
Is there any better reason for children to be brought up
to be psychologically strong, self-confident, able to
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Tech, energy help send stocks higher

By Marley Jay DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS industry again, and it’s been pres-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS suring other countries to reduce
High: 26,019.92 their imports.
Low: 25,754.32 Those steps came after the
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks ral- Close: 25,971.06 Trump administration withdrew
lied Tuesday as technology com- Change: +113.99 from an international agreement
panies continued to recover from
that is intended to curb Iran’s
their recent losses. OTHER INDEXES
nuclear program.
The approach of Hurricane S&P 500: 2887.89 +10.76 Chipmaker Integrated Device
Florence sent home improvement NYSE Index: 12,952.32 +23.64 Technology soared after it agreed
retailers and gas prices higher. Nasdaq: 7972.47 +48.31 to be bought by Renesas
The Department of Energy said it’s NYSE MKT: 2581.47 -5.67 Electronics of China for $49 a
seeing signs that shipments of oil share, or $6. 34 billion. IDT
Russell 2000: 1718.40 +0.94
from Iran are falling as the U.S. climbed 10.6 percent to $46.56.
prepares to resume sanctions on Wilshire 5000: 30,103.55 +112.23
Yum China Holdings dropped
the Iranian energy industry and 10-Yr Bond: 1.88 13. 3 percent to $31. 94 after
pushes other countries to stop Oil (per barrel): 48.42 Bloomberg News reported that a
buying. Gold : 1,259.00 Chinese consortium has decided to
Apple climbed a day before it’s end its effort to buy the fast food
set to announce new phone The S&P 500 index rose 10.76 political bias. That led to a rare Hathaway and Travelers are some company.
designs and other products. Video points, or 0. 4 percent, to decline for the sector. of the largest catastrophe insurers Wireless speaker maker Sonos
game companies Activision 2, 887. 89. The Dow Jones in the Carolinas and Virginia. plunged 22 percent to $16.56 after
Blizzard and Take-Two Interactive While the stocks are bouncing
Industrial Average gained 113.99 back from that drop, Facebook and while the largest property and its first earnings report as a pub-
also jumped. Other big technolo- points, or 0. 4 percent, to casualty reinsurers include Axis licly traded company. The compa-
gy companies, and their compatri- Twitter have yet to recover from
25,971.06. The Nasdaq composite the big losses they absorbed in Capital, Everest Re and ny went public in early August
ot Amazon, rose for a second day added 48.31 points, or 0.6 per- RenaissanceRe. with an offering that priced at $15
after big declines last week. July after investors began to
cent, to 7,972.47. The Russell worry about their user growth. Most of those stocks inched a share and it had climbed to
Brad McMillan, chief invest- 2000 index of smaller and more $21.24 at Monday’s close.
ment officer for Commonwealth Investors also anticipated pos- higher Tuesday, but they have fall-
U.S.-focused companies inched up en between 3 and 5 percent over Bond prices fell. The yield on
Financial Network, said that when sible gas shortages linked to the 10-year Treasury note rose to
0.94 points, or 0.1 percent, to Florence. Wholesale gasoline the last week.
investors’ confidence in the tech- 1,718.40. 2.98 percent from 2.94 percent.
nology sector wavers, it tends to futures surged 2.8 percent to $2.01 Benchmark U.S. crude jumped The World Trade Organization
come back quickly because the Apple jumped 2.5 percent to a gallon. 2.5 percent to $69.25 per barrel in says it will review China’s request
companies are so profitable: $223.85 and Amazon rallied 2.5 Home Depot rose 1.5 percent to New York. Brent crude, used to to be allowed to impose sanctions
Google and Facebook are free to percent to $1,987.15. Microsoft $213.85 and Lowe’s added 1.6 per- price international oils, climbed on the U.S. for failing to abide by
use, and new users cost the compa- picked up 1.7 percent to $111.24 cent to $114.18 as damage from 2.2 percent to $79.06 a barrel in WTO rules. The dispute is linked
nies practically nothing. and Alphabet climbed 1.3 percent the storm could lead to a quick London. steps the U.S. took in 2013 over
“There’s no way smaller compa- to $1,189.99. boost in sales. But property and The Energy Information Chinese goods that it said were
nies can compete, ” he said, Big technology companies casualty insurance companies Administration also said there is “dumped,” or sold for less than
although that comes with risks. slumped last week as executives have slumped in the last week. evidence that several countries are market value.
“When a company gets successful from Facebook and Twitter According to a note published buying significantly less oil from The dollar rose to 111.59 yen
beyond a certain level it does draw appeared before Congress at hear- Sunday by Morgan Stanley ana- Iran. The U.S. is getting ready to from 111.21 yen. The euro dipped
government attention.” ings about election meddling and lyst Kai Pan, Allstate, Berkshire put sanctions on Iran’s energy to $1.1586 from $1.1597.

Business brief
What’s in the Amazon box?
Tesla cutting number of stock
Maybe a real 7-foot Christmas tree
NEW YORK — Watch out for the 7-foot box on the
doorstep. Amazon plans to sell and ship fresh, full-size
colors to streamline production
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS metallic and red. production problems. “We occasionally
Christmas trees this year. The company, based in Palo Alto, adjust pricing and available options to
But a live tree is no paperback book. Amazon says the NEW YORK — Tesla is dropping two California, has struggled to vault from a best reflect the value of our products and
Christmas trees, including Douglas firs and Norfolk Island of the seven colors it had offered to cus- niche maker of expensive electric cars to streamline our manufacturing opera-
pines, will be bound and shipped without water in the usual tomers as it tries to streamline produc- into a mass-market automaker. It missed tions,” the company said in a statement.
sort of box. Amazon said they’ll be sent within 10 days of tion. several deadlines to produce 5,000 of its Customers should check for current
being cut down, possibly even sooner, and should survive In a tweet early Tuesday, CEO Elon mass-market Model 3 cars per week but pricing and packaging options on
the shipping just fine. Musk said obsidian black and metallic reached that milestone earlier this sum- Tesla’s website, the statement said. said the trees, wreaths and garlands will go silver will still be available, but at a mer. Musk has promised that as it sells There is a waiting list of more than
on sale in November. Some will qualify for Prime free ship- higher cost. more Model 3s the company will turn a 400,000 people who want to buy a
ping, and Amazon will offer pre-orders so shoppers can Tesla fans can still choose solid sustained net profit starting this quarter. Model 3, and some have been waiting
choose a delivery date. The company sold trees shorter than black and “midnight silver metal- A Tesla spokesman said dropping the since March 2016, when the company
3 feet last year, and some other merchants sold bigger ones lic, ” as well as pearl white, deep blue paint colors is not an indication of any first started taking orders.
using its platform as a marketplace. But this is the first year
Amazon is offering the larger trees itself.
“Given the popularity among customers, we increased the
assortment,” the company said.
As job openings reach unprecedented levels, so does quitting
A 7-foot Fraser fir from a North Carolina farm will cost By Christopher Rugaber That could help push up wages broadly With the unemployment rate at 3.9
$115, according to an Amazon holiday preview book. Also THE ASSOCIATED PRESS across the economy. percent, near an 18-year low, business-
listed are a $50 wreath and a $25 red-leafed plant with a dec- The Labor Department said Tuesday es are increasingly desperate to find
orative candy cane speared into the soil. that the number of job openings rose workers. Even as the number of avail-
Will people buy a Christmas tree sight unseen? Tim WASHINGTON — U.S. employers 1.7 percent to 6.9 million, the most able jobs rose, overall hiring in July
O’Connor, the executive director of the National Christmas advertised the most jobs on record in on record dating back to late 2000. The was essentially flat, with about 5.7
Tree Association, said picking out a tree and hauling it back July, and the number of workers quit- number of people quitting jumped 3 million people finding jobs, the
home is part of the fun for families. ting their jobs also hit a new all-time percent to 3.58 million, also a record. report showed.
high. Quits are typically a good sign that The data are from the government’s
Americans are increasingly taking jobs are plentiful, because people usu- Job Openings and Labor Turnover sur-
advantage of a tight labor market to ally quit when they have another job or vey, or JOLTS, which tracks total job
find new, often higher-paying jobs. are confident they can find one. openings, quits and hiring.

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Wednesday • Sept. 12, 2018

’Cats snap Burlingame’s streak

By Terry Bernal Woodside junior Sarah Strus stepped to the service line after
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF an early timeout in the second set, she was all smiles, and
even couldn’t help laughing mid-serve at something one of
The serve receive problems plaguing the Woodside her teammates cracked from the sideline.
Wildcats were no laughing matter. Strus ultimately had reason to smile, going on an seven-
In last week’s Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division point service run, including three aces of her own, as the
volleyball opener, the Wildcats yielded 24 service aces to Wildcats (1-1 PAL Bay, 7-4 overall) bounced back for a four-
Menlo-Atherton. And the opening set of Woodside’s home set victory 15-25, 25-11, 25-21, 25-19 over reigning
opener Tuesday against Burlingame was no different. league champion Burlingame, marking the Panthers’ first
“M-A has really good servers,” Woodside head coach league loss since Oct. 27, 2016.
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL Sonja Gavioli said. “But of course 24 is unacceptable no While Strus sparked the Game 2 turnaround, it was outside
Woodside senior Maddie Mendes helped right the ship in matter who they are. And the first set today as well.”
Tuesday’s four-set win at home over Burlingame. Burlingame scored five aces in a Game 1 win. But as See WILDCATS, Page 14

Triple G-Canelo
M-A wins showdown
By Nathan Mollat
rematch should
be must-see TV
There was an early-season showdown in AS VEGAS — For a sport often
Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division given up for dead, boxing is sud-
girls’ tennis when the top two teams from denly very much alive.
last season — defending champion Menlo- Turn on the TV and there’s probably a
Atherton and second-place Carlmont fight on from somewhere. Tune in, and
—  faced off in the second league match of there’s a good chance even the most casual
the season. boxing fan will find something to like.
The final score looks lopsided — M-A The heavyweight
posted a 6-1 victory —  but the match was division is coming
actually a lot closer than that. A couple back, and there’s a
games here or there and the match could group of welter-
have been much closer. weights so talented
“If you give them an inch, they’re going they are bringing
to take it, ” said Carlmont head coach back memories of the
Margaret Goldsmith about the Bears. 1980s, when fighters
For M-A head coach Tom Sorenson, he like Sugar Ray
was just glad to get out of Belmont with the Leonard, Tommy
win. Hearns and Marvelous
“We’re convinced we’re going to have to Marvin Hagler ruled
play well to beat teams like Carlmont,” TIM the ring and the
biggest fights were
Sorenson said. “We never underestimate the
potential Carlmont has.”
DAHLBERG magical affairs staged
The Scots had first-set leads in five of the outdoors on the Las
seven matches —  No. 1, 2 and 3 singles, Vegas Strip.
and No. 1 and No. 3 doubles. Annika Lin was Networks are getting into bidding wars
up 3-2 in the first set at No. 1 singles, for fights, and a string of new deals means
Sakina Bambot led 5-4 at No. 2 singles, there’s more boxing on free television than
while Veronica Gittoes won her No. 3 sin- ever before.
gles match in straight sets, 7-5, 6-0. And, of course, there’s Saturday night.
Both the Scots’ No. 1 and No. 3 doubles That’s when Gennady Golovkin and
teams —  Juhi Mehta and Alyssa Nguyen, Canelo Alvarez step into the ring at the T-
and Bella Reeves and Nikhila Raman had Mobile Arena to try to settle what they
leads of 2-1 and 4-3, respectively. couldn’t the first time around in a hotly
Each time, however, their M-A counter- anticipated showdown with the mid-
parts rallied. dleweight title at stake. The fight is a
“Some of the girls have learned [not to rematch of their draw last September, and
panic when the match is close],” Sorenson this time both fighters have made it clear
said. “They know they expect to perform they just don’t like each other.
well under pressure. That’s responsible for It’s a combination that should make this
winning close sets.” a pay-per-view worth reaching into the wal-
The Bears’ new No. 1, Alison Brown, a let for, though it’s not cheap. Boxing still
junior who is in her first year of high school insists on a buy-in for its biggest fights,
tennis after being home schooled, got a and at $84.95 to watch at home, this fight
break to tie her match with Lin at 4-all and needs to deliver in a big way to justify the
then held serve to take a 5-4 lead on her way cost.
to a 6-4, first-set victory. Whether it does won’t be known until the
At No. 2 singles, M-A’s Sophia Longo two actually get into the ring together in a
turned a 4-3 deficit into a 5-4 lead on her way NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL fight delayed from May after Alvarez tested
to a first-set win, 6-4. Menlo-Atherton’s Sophia Longo hits a return during her 6-4, 6-0 win at No. 2 singles as the Bears
beat Carlmont 6-1 in Belmont Tuesday. See LOUNGE, Page 16

Terra Nova girls’ water polo rolls to 3rd straight win

By Terry Bernal wins over Hillsdale and way to go.” The backbone of Terra Nova’s fast start,
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Sequoia, the Tigers trav- Senior hole set Kaia though, has been spectacular defense. Senior
elled to San Mateo for a 7- Ford has been a steady goalkeeper Carly Watts continued her domi-
Despite dwelling ocean side, the Terra 1 victory Tuesday after- force on offense. The nance that started a year ago, when she
Nova girls’ water polo team has never been noon. With the win, Terra third-year varsity starter earned team MVP honors as a junior. Watts —
considered a Peninsula Athletic League pow- Nova maintains a share of scored a match-high four who earned Daily Journal Girls’ Track Athlete
erhouse. Not by a long shot. first place in the Ocean goals against San Mateo. of the Year in the spring as a CCS champion
With the Lady Tigers off to a 3-0 start in Division. An impressive perform- discus and shot put thrower — has allowed
PAL Ocean Division play, though, the tide “We’ve definitely start- ance? Sure. But the Tigers just nine goals this season.
may be turning for a program that has never Kaia Ford ed off this year on fire,” Carly Watts have come to expect this “She’s a huge part of our team,” Potter said.
qualified for the Central Coast Section post- Terra Nova head coach from their leading scorer. Eight of the goals Watts has allowed came
season. Don Potter said. “The girls have played “She actually scored less today than she
After opening the season with decisive great. … So far, so good. But we have a long usually does,” Potter said. See TIGERS, Page 15
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Cañada soccer off to TUESDAY

Local sports roundup
the PAL Ocean Division win over the Cougars at Mariner’s
strong start; Skyline Girls’ volleyball
Capuchino 3, Westmoor 1
Katrina Hui finished with a 41 for South City, while
Megan Chan and Guadalupe Rosas finished with a 46 and
48, respectively.

is struggling early on
The Mustangs evened their overall record and PAL mark
with the win over the Rams in a PAL Ocean Division match,
16-21, 25-21, 25-20, 25-19.
HMB was led by Randi Marshall, who shot a 34. Jocelyn
Quiroz finished with a 47 and Mitzi Hernandez shot a 47 for
the Cougars.
Bailey O’Mahony had a huge match for Cap (1-1 PAL
2017 saw both the Cañada and Skyline men’s soccer teams Ocean, 4-4 overall), finishing with 15 kills and 17 digs.
qualify for the playoffs, doing so in different ways. Skyline Devon Oliver added nine kills and 11 digs for the Mustangs. MONDAY
finished with an overall record of 14-3-4; second in the
Coast Conference South Division standings with a 7-2-4
Girls’ water polo Girls’ volleyball
mark; and the No. 6 seed in the Northern California play- Half Moon Bay 10, Mills 3 Menlo School 3, Gunn 0
offs. The Cougars scored five goals in the first period and four The Knights waltzed past the Titans in a non-league
Cañada, on the other hand, squeaked into the postseason in the second to cruise past the Vikings in a PAL Ocean match, 25-14, 25-14, 25-17.
following a fifth-place conference finish (4-4-5) and earned Division match. Sianna Hougton led Menlo with nine kills and 11 digs.
the No. 13 seed with an overall record of 8-4-7. Julie Raffetto led the HMB attack, scoring five goals. Freshman setter Zoe Gregory dished out 22 assists. Another
So far in 2018, the roles appear to be reversed. Cañada is Rachael Jenar, Kacie Sorfleet, Nikki Sorfleet and Lily freshman setter, Hannah Hoffman, added 11 assists of her
off to a strong 2-0-1 start, while Skyline has started slow Nelson all scored as well. own.
out of the gate, dropping its first two decisions. HMB goaltender Jennifer Martuscelli had a big game in Senior Riley Holland dug up 10 balls and added five serv-
If there is a commonality to both teams it’s their willing- the net, finishing with 14 blocks, two steals and an assist. ice aces.
ness to find top-notch non-conference opponents. The
Colts, after opening with a 5-0 pasting of West Hills, tied a Girls’ tennis Girls’ golf
San Joaquin Delta squad, 2-2, that was an honorable men- Burlingame 4, Aragon 3 San Mateo 224, Hillsdale 294
tion in the first rankings of the season last week. Cañada The Panthers’ got a three-set win at No. 1 singles to The Bearcats improved to 4-0 on the season with the vic-
then knocked off defending Big 8 Conference champion clinch the win over the Dons. tory over the Knights at Poplar Creek Golf Course.
Santa Rosa, 1-0. With Burlingame holding a 3-2 team lead, its No. 1 sin- Lindsay Huang shot a 4-over 39 to lead San Mateo.
The Colts will face defending state champion Fresno City gles player, Maddie Wachhorst dropped the first set to Yasmin Pand shot a 42 and Lynn Sasaki finished with a 45
College Thursday in the Central Valley. Christina Wu, 6-3, and was done 5-2 in the second. for the Bearcats.
Skyline opened the season with a 1-0 loss to American But Wachhorst mounted a furious rally, winning five Melanie Cooper led Hillsdale with a round of 48.
River, an honorable mention in the state rankings. The straight games to take the second set, 7-5, and then held off
Trojans followed that with a 3-1 loss to state power Taft, Wu in the third, 6-4. Mercy-Burlingame 255, Sacred Heart Prep 288
which is ranked second in the state in the early going. It clinched the match-winning fourth point for the The Crusaders evened their WBAL record at 2-2 with the
The Trojans will host Coast Conference North rival Panthers, minutes before Aragon grabbed its third win of win over the Gators at Sharon Heights Country Club.
Foothill at 2 p.m. Friday. the match when Jessica Fu downed Vedika Bhaumik in three Brooke Barron scored the low-round of the day for Mercy,
Jorge Lopez, a sophomore midfielder out of Menlo- sets, 6-7 (3-7), 6-2, 6-2. finishing with a 41. Maya Zeidan came in with a 44.
Atherton, is off to a hot start for Cañada, having scored in Molly Wachhorst and Olina Du, playing at No. 3 and 4 SHP was led by Hannah Lesti, who carded a 47.
all three games, with two coming against West Hills. Angel singles respectively, gave Burlingame wins in three of the
Lara-Parga, another sophomore coming out of Sequoia, has four singles matches. Girls’ tennis
scored twice and added an assist, while Oisin Doherty- Annika Ganguly and Sofia Biddle picked up Burlingame’s
Fagan, a freshman defender out of Hillsdale, has assisted on Sacred Heart Prep 4, Mountain View 3
only doubles win with a 6-3, 6-2 decision. The Gators won only one of four singles matches, but
a pair of goals as well. Aragon’s Aretha Chen and Romy Pachtner won at No. 1
Sophomore goalkeeper Manny Alvarado (James Logan- they swept the three doubles to post the non-league win
doubles, 6-0, 6-1, while Yasmina Malouf and Anouk over the Spartans.
Union City) has been stellar to start the season, having Seibulescu grabbed the win for the Dons at No. 2 doubles, 6-
allowed just two goals and posting a pair of clean sheets. He Emmy McGrath and Noorayn Jafri needed a third-set super
1, 6-2. tiebreaker to give SHP the win at No. 1 doubles, 5-7, 6-2,
was outstanding in the 1-0 win over Santa Rosa, finishing
with 10 saves. (10-4).
San Mateo 7, Half Moon Bay 0 The other two doubles win for the Gators came in straight
Skyline has struggled to find the back of the net early in The Bearcats posted their second straight shutout with a
the season, with Jehimy Arias scoring in the 3-1 loss to sets. Lindsay Marcus and Natalie Dias won at No. 2 doubles,
Bay Division win over the Cougars. 6-2, 6-1, while Ella Sheehan and Skylar Schuman posted a
Taft. The best match of the day came at No. 2 singles, where
Skyline goalkeeper Erik Portillo has not been tested a lot 6-3, 6-0 win at No. 3 doubles.
San Mateo’s Grace Wang beat HMB’s Lani Southern in a Sara Quinlan’s win at No. 4 singles proved to be the dif-
so far, facing three shots against American River and four third-set, super tiebreaker. Wang took the first set 6-4, but
more against Taft. But he has allowed four goals on seven ference as she won the first set in a tiebreaker, 7-2, before
Southern returned the favor with a 6-4 win in the second. In going on to finish in straight sets with a 6-2 win the sec-
the tiebreaker, Wang posted a 12-10 decision to win the ond.
See COLLEGE, Page 16 match.
San Mateo went on to win all the other six matches in San Mateo 7, Mercy-SF 0
straight sets, with the No. 3 doubles team of Hannah Battat The Bearcats routed the Skippers in a non-league match,
and Jeevika Adda winning at love, 6-0, 6-0. dropping only one game among the seven matches.
Sarah Fung-Smith, playing at No. 1 singles, won 6-1, 6-
Girls’ golf 0. All other six wins were in straight sets at love for San
South City 216, Half Moon Bay 223 Mateo.
Catherine Batang shot a 2-over 29 to lead the Warriors to
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Fiers stays unbeaten with A’s after win over Orioles

By Todd Karpovich off Lou Trivino. in one-run games, the second-best mark in
A’s 3, Orioles 2 Jeurys Familia, acquired from the Mets on the majors behind Seattle.
Fiers (12-6), who was acquired from the July 21, worked a perfect ninth for his 18th
BALTIMORE — The acquisition of Mike Tigers on Aug. 6, allowed one run and four save overall. TRAINER’S ROOM
Fiers has coincided with the Oakland hits with seven strikeouts and a walk. He is Orioles right-hander Alex Cobb, who was Athl eti cs : LHP Sean Manaea will have
Athletics’ surge toward the postseason. 5-0 in seven starts with the A’s and has won scratched from his scheduled start Sunday season-ending surgery on
With a pitching staff decimated by a career-best six straight decisions overall. with a blister on his throwing hand, pitched his left shoulder next
injuries, the Athletics will be leaning heav- “It seems like other than one (start), two scoreless innings before departing with week in Los Angeles.
ily on the right-hander to maybe, that’s pretty much what he’s been the same injury. Manaea has been on the
help anchor the rotation. giving us,” Oakland manager Bob Melvin “I thought he was on his way to another disabled list since Aug.
Fiers remained unbeat- said. “Six innings and a lead when he good outing tonight and he was crisp, carry- 26. The 26-year-old
en in an Oakland uni- leaves. Seems to get a little stronger at ing a good fastball, ” manager Buck Manaea went 12-9 with a
form, working six solid times as the game goes along.” Showalter said. “He was really frustrated up 3.59 ERA and 108 strike-
innings to lead the Stephen Piscotty went 3 for 4, including the runway, regardless of what kind of stuff outs in 160 2/3 innings
Athletics past the an RBI single in a three-run third inning. He he might have been carrying and what he this year.
Baltimore Orioles 3-2 on extended his hitting streak to 12 games and could have done.” Sean Manaea Ori o l e s : OF Mark
a damp Tuesday night. has driven in a run in six straight. Mike Wright (3-2) entered in the third and Trumbo (right knee sur-
“I feel like if I do my “It just seems like every time we need was hit in the left foot by a sharp grounder gery) and RHP Pedro Araujo (right elbow
Mike Fiers job, I’m going to get a from Ramon Laureano, the second batter he sprain) were each transferred to the 60-day
somebody up in a big situation, (Piscotty)
win, ” Fiers said. comes up and either hits a home run or gets faced. Matt Chapman followed with an RBI disabled list.
“Keeping a team within a couple runs with a big hit to extend the lead or whatever it double, and Khris Davis and Piscotty drove
the way our team is and the way we swing will be,” Melvin said. in runs with singles. UP NEXT
the bats, I find myself in a good chance to Adam Jones was back in the starting line- Wright settled down to retire the next Athl eti cs : Liam Hendriks (0-1, 6.32 ERA)
win us the game.” up for the first time since last Wednesday seven batters. is slated to make his third start of the season.
Oakland extended its winning streak to and had a pair of hits for Baltimore, which He is expected to work an inning or two.
five games and is 33-15 since the All-Star has lost five straight and has the majors’ WINNING LATE, WINNING CLOSE Ori o l es : Andrew Cashner (4-14, 4.89 ERA)
break, the best mark in the majors during worst record (41-103). Jonathan Villar The A’s are the only team in baseball that is looking to stop a four-game losing streak.
that span. The Athletics hold the second AL drove in both Orioles runs with a homer off has not lost when leading after seven In his last outing, Cashner allowed three solo
wild-card spot behind the Yankees. Fiers in the sixth and a single in the eighth innings, going 64-0. Oakland is also 28-12 home runs in a 5-3 loss to the Mariners.

Foltynewicz tosses six-hitter to foil Suarez, Giants

By Janie McCauley Acuna Jr.’s leadoff triple in the fifth with his
Braves 4, Giants 1 11th home run. He replaced injured third
of fun doing it, too.” baseman Johan Camargo, who exited with
SAN FRANCISCO — Mike Foltynewicz Foltynewicz (11-9) retired 13 straight left groin tightness.
has minimal experience pitching in mean- batters after Evan Longoria’s two-out dou- The Giants have just their third double-
ingful September games, so saving the ble in the first. The right-hander carried a digit losing streak since moving West in
Braves bullpen and going the distance as NL shutout into the ninth before allowing 1958 — also in 1985 and 1996 — and sixth
East-leading Atlanta gained separation in Brandon Crawford’s two-out RBI single. since 1908. The club’s last 11-game skid
the division meant so much at this stage. Atlanta’s starter struck out seven and walked was in 1951, when the New York Giants
Foltynewicz pitched a six-hitter to win one while finishing with 108 pitches. He went on to win an NL pennant.
for the first time in nearly a month, Charlie was still hitting the high 90s on the radar San Francisco held a brief team meeting
Culberson hit a two-run homer after enter- gun in the late innings. Tuesday.
ing as an injury replacement and the Braves It marked Foltynewicz’s first victory “I think they’ll get through this and play
sent the San Francisco Giants to a 10th since Aug. 13 against Miami, ending a four- better the last 16 games. We have to,” man-
straight defeat with a 4-1 win Tuesday night. start winless stretch during which he was 0- ager Bruce Bochy said. “We can’t get any
“It’s just really good to go out there and KELLEY L COX/USA TODAY SPORTS
2 following a three-start winning streak. worse, to be honest, with what’s been going
put up a game like this against these guys The Braves’ Nick Markakis slides by Giants
Dansby Swanson added an RBI double in on offensively. We have to get some guys to
in the middle of September,” Foltynewicz catcher Aramis Garcia Tuesday at AT&T Park.
the eighth for the Braves, who moved 6 1/2 get some big hits for us.”
said. “This is kind of my first time really the playoff race. Not too many of us are games ahead of the Phillies in the division. Giants lefty Andrew Suarez (6-11) gave up
pitching in September. Just going out used to that. We’re just taking it day by Ender Inciarte had a sacrifice fly in the three runs and six hits in six innings, struck
there, I felt strong the whole game. It’s in day, pitch by pitch and we’re having a lot fourth then Culberson followed Ronald out three and walked three.

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errors in the field.

Continued from page 11
And the landslide in Game 2 didn’t help
the team’s morale.
“We have a tendency to get down and have
trouble getting out of that,” Solt said.
hitter Elena Campbell who ignited the fiery “That’s a team chemistry thing we’re still
Woodside offense. Recovering from illness, working on.”
Campbell didn’t score a kill in the opening Despite the Wildcats’ serve-receive trou-
set. Over the final three sets, she blew up for bles, they played remarkably clean in the
a match-high 19 kills. field. Woodside committed 21 unforced
“She’s the leader of the team,” Gavioli errors, including just 13 field errors. Over
said. “She didn’t get a kill in the first set and the final three sets, Woodside totaled 41
that’s partly why we didn’t play well. … I’m team kills to Burlingame’ 24.
happy with how she played but she’s usual- Game 3 saw an early back-and-forth but,
ly super spectacular.” with the score tied 8-8, Strus found the floor
Campbell’s first kill of the evening was with a cross-shot off the left side. The
the first service point of Strus’ run in Game Wildcats wouldn’t trail again in the set.
2, an impressive back-row pipe to give the Burlingame drew close at 15-13 on a block
Wildcats a 2-1 lead. A kill through the mid- by senior Melanie Pitzer. But Campbell
dle by senior Mckenna Brown and three answered with a roll shot out of the back row
Strus aces later, and Woodside never looked to spark a four-point Woodside run.
back in the set. In Game 4, Burlingame took an early 9-5
A change at the libero position also lead. Woodside responded with an 8-1 run,
helped Woodside right the ship, especially including a Strus kill off the left side to tie
with serve receive. Senior Maddie Mendes is it 10-10, followed by three straight aces by
one of three players platooning at the posi- TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL Campbell. The Wildcats rolled from there.
tion this season, so donning the libero’s Elena Campbell, right, takes on the double-block of Burlingame Tuesday at Woodside. Campbell finished with a double-double,
jersey mid-match is nothing new for her. play a year ago. In addition to hiring a new and [the winning streak in league] was adding a match-high 15 digs.
She went on to tab 11 serve receives against head coach in K’Lynn Solt, the team gradu- briefly mentioned,” Burlingame senior cap- Smith fronted Burlingame with a double-
just two receiving errors, and also added ated five key seniors, including the league’s tain Caroline Smith said. “But we just set double, totaling 13 kills and 10 digs.
nine digs. MVP in Natalie Ballout — now a freshman out to do as well as we could and to get as far Senior libero Kaitlyn Ngai shared the
The biggest difference was “the attitude of at UC Santa Barbara — and also saw an exo- as we could. But it’s a different group of match-high with 15 digs.
the team and the spirit,” Mendes said. “We dus of expected returning players, with sev- girls … so it definitely wasn’t a main goal “I think we played well,” Smith said. “But
picked it up because we knew we had to.” eral non-seniors from last year’s squad quit- of ours.” serve receive, we were all over the place at
For Burlingame (1-1, 4-7), a marked ting the team. Burlingame, at times, was in disarray times. And just being able to see it through
turnover has affected the team greatly from “Definitely at the beginning of the sea- Tuesday. The Panthers committed 33 to the end, I think there’s room for improve-
its undefeated run through PAL Bay Division son, we discussed our goals for the season unforced errors in the match, including 24 ment there.”

their way to winning the first set, 6-4. hung tough in the second set at No. 1 doubles, game,” Goldsmith said of the first-set defeats.
Having regained their footing, the Bears leading 4-3.
In the other two matches, M-A’s Sarah
went about finishing off most of the matches But like they did in the first set, M-A’s Kirk Marks rolled to a 6-1, 6-1 win at No. 4 singles,
Continued from page 11 in straight sets. Brown would drop the second and Lisman rallied. They broke Carlmont’s while the Bears’ No. 2 doubles team of Elise
set to Lin, 7-5, and with the team match serve to tie the set at 4 and then held serve for Kratzer and Katie Donahue posted a 6-3, 6-0
to a first-set win, 6-4. already decided, Brown prevailed in a third-set a 5-4 lead. They broke again to win the match, victory.
tiebreaker, 7-4. 6-4.
In the doubles matches, the Bears’ No. 1 “We had to play our best to squeak past
team of Laura Kirk and Nia Lisman, with the set After winning the final three games to win At No. 3 doubles, Wu and Xi won the final them,” Sorenson said. “[Carlmont is] definite-
tied at 4-all, won the final two games to take the first set, Longo blitzed Bambot in the sec- three games to post a 6-3 second-set win to ly the second-best team in the PAL. … This is,
the set, while Amelia Wu and Emily Xi got a ond, blanking her 6-0 for the win. take the match. by far, the best match we’ve played the last five
hold and a break to take a 5-4 advantage on The Carlmont tandem of Mehta and Nguyen “[Those losses] all about managing their matches. … [It was] good challenging tennis.”


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Stanford’s Love to sit against Sports briefs NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
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Forbes: Texas A&M named East Division
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Tyler Mexico played a man short after Texas A&M brought in $148 Washington 7, Philadelphia 6, 2nd game, 10 innings Boston 7,Toronto 2
Adams scored his first international Zaldivar took down U.S. captain Wil million in revenue and made $107 Chicago Cubs 3, Milwaukee 0 Cleveland 2,Tampa Bay 0
goal, four minutes after Angel Trapp in the 67th minute, and the million in profit, according to St. Louis 11, Pittsburgh 5 Minnesota 10,N.Y.Yankees 5
Zaldivar was ejected for a studs-up U.S. immediately surged in its attack. Forbes’ estimates. Arizona 6, Colorado 3 Kansas City 6,ChicagoWhite Sox 3
San Diego 2, Seattle 1 Angels 1,Texas 0
Atlanta 4, San Francisco 1 San Diego 2,Seattle 1
keeper. varsity team. Ford played on the

Continued from page 11
In addition to Chung, San Mateo
(2-1) has been fronted by Caroline
Xhu, who is also slight of stature,
team as a freshman and has been
thriving at the varsity level ever
Hillsdale at Menlo-Atherton,San Mateo atWoodside,Mills
yet has helped San Mateo see a Ford is something of a water Boys’ water polo at Sequoia,6:15 p.m.
girls’ water polo renaissance of baby, but not in the swimming Menlo School at Hillsdale,4 p.m.;Half Moon Bay atWood-
in an 18-8 blowout of Sequoia. sorts. pool. She grew up surfing with her side,Burlingame at Carlmont,5 p.m.;Sacred Heart Prep at Boys’ water polo
St.Ignatius,Serra at Bellarmine,6:30 p.m. San Mateo at Priory,Aragon at Mills,4 p.m.;Terra Nova at
Otherwise, she earned a shutout in a “Let’s just say we’re not the father — a native of Ocean City, Capuchino,5 p.m.
16-0 win against Hillsdale to start tallest team in the league,” Parodi New Jersey. She has been surfing at Girls’ water polo
the year. Menlo-Atherton at Castilleja, 3 p.m.; Menlo School at Girls’ water polo
said, “… but they play with big Linda Mar Beach since age 5. Aragon, 5:30 p.m.; Notre Dame-Belmont at Woodside, Terra Nova at San Mateo,4 p.m.;San Mateo vs.Half Moon
Tuesday’s performance was also hearts.” A two-sport athlete at Terra Nova Burlingame at Carlmont,6 p.m. Bay at Priory, Hillsdale at Mills, Capuchino at Sequoia, 5
exceptional in that San Mateo p.m.; Mercy-Burlingame vs.Sequoia at Priory,6 p.m.
While the program has tradition- — she also plays soccer — Ford College volleyball
earned three penalty shots. Watts ally struggled with roster numbers, joined the high school water polo Sierra at San Mateo,noon;Foothill at San Mateo 4 p.m.; Women’s college soccer
was a perfect 3 for 3 in defense of this year the Bearcats added a jun- team at the bidding of her friend, Menlo at University of St.Katherine-Escondido,4:30 p.m. NDNU at CSU San Bernardino,3 p.m.
them. And this against a team that ior-varsity team for the first time in and now fellow senior, Sara Olsen. THURSDAY Men’s college soccer
is usually a good penalty shooting over 10 years. Now, she as at the forefront of a Girls’ tennis NDNU at CSU San Bernardino,12:30 p.m.
team, according to San Mateo head Hillsdale at Menlo-Atherton,Half Moon Bay at El Camino,
“When a season starts, you never team that can do a little something BurlingameatCarlmont,AragonatSanMateo,Capuchino FRIDAY
coach Kathy Parodi. know if they’re all going to stick of everything, Ford said. atTerraNova,millsatOceana,SouthCityatSequoia,West- Football
moor atWoodside,4 p.m. Menlo School at Overfelt, King’s Academy at Home-
Only San Mateo senior Megan around,” Parodi said. “And they all “I think our team brings in every stead,Mission at Sequoia,Mills atYerba Buena,7 p.m.;Palo
Chung — a 5-1 utility player — did.” strength,” Ford said. “So, when we Girls’ volleyball Alto at Aragon,El Camino at Half Moon Bay,Sacred Heart
was able to find the back of the net Terra Nova saw a similar trend put it together, it makes for a El Camino at Westmoor, Capuchino at South City,Terra Prep at Hillsdale, Watsonville at Burlingame, Carlmont
NovaatJefferson,5:15p.m.;CrystalSpringsatCastilleja,5:45 at San Mateo,South City at Jefferson,7:30 p.m.
against Terra Nova’s near-perfect three years ago in adding its junior- strong and competitive team.” p.m.;Half Moon Bay at Carlmont,Aragon at Burlingame,
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“It’s very strange because we know what “It’s definitely more personal now. I really everyone put in front of him (38-0-1, 34
Continued from page 11
happened. He was caught for doing illegal
substances,” Golovkin said through an inter-
preter. “As far as his stories about the meat,
don’t like him,” Alvarez said. “It’s personal,
and I take it that way. It will make me train
harder and give it the extra push to knock
knockouts) has vowed to be more aggressive
in the rematch. Alvarez, too, says he has
some new tricks he will pull out to try to
you have to be really stupid to believe these him out.” regain a fan base upset with him after his
kind of stories after being caught doping.” The fight itself is a classic matchup that positive test for PEDs.
positive for a performance-enhancing drug. Whatever the strategy, it’s the kind of fight
Golovkin’s other complaint centered on has the potential to deliver more than the
But there’s a lot to like about two big punch- that might have taken place it in the 1980s,
the purse split for the fight. Alvarez, who first fight, a good scrap that lacked the drama
ers meeting to settle things at 160 pounds when the best fought the best under the stars
was a proven pay-per-view draw, got 70 per- of knockdowns and ended in a draw that satis-
the way fighters used to do it back in the day. at Caesars Palace. Boxing is on a roll again,
cent of the take in the first fight, and was fied neither fighter. Whether it does largely
“I believe it will be a big drama show,” and the biggest fight of the year should set a
supposed to get 65 percent in the second, had depends on the chances both fighters take —
Golovkin said. “I wanted the first fight to be tone for the sport moving forward.
it happened in May as planned. or refuse to take.
a big drama show, but he wouldn’t fight me.”
But Triple G stood his ground, finally get- Golovkin, the Kazakh who lives in Los A year after they first met, Golovkin-
Golovkin’s complaint about Alvarez not
ting a 45 percent share after already booking Angeles, thought he won the first fight easi- Alvarez II is once again must-see TV.
standing toe-to-toe with him in the first fight
isn’t his only issue with the rematch. He also another fight elsewhere that would have paid ly, even though one judge had it 118-110 for
believes Alvarez is a cheater, and dismisses him only a fraction of the millions both he Alvarez. Golovkin did win the early rounds
his claim that eating tainted meat in his and Alvarez will make for their showdown. and seemed to be controlling the action until Tim Dahlberg is a national sports columnist for
he faded late in the fight. The Associated Press. Write to him at
native Mexico led to the positive test for All of which, of course, has raised some tdahlberg(at) or
clenbuterol. bitter feelings in the Alvarez camp. Golovkin, who has knocked out almost dahlberg

defense for both squads. While Skyline is ior season at Southern Oregon University in
COLLEGE scoring an average of two goals per game, it
has allowed a combined 19 goals, good for
more than four goals a game.
Ashland, Oregon, was the 2016 Northern
California Community College Player of
the Year following her sophomore year at
Continued from page 12 CSM.
Cañada has scored four and allowed nine
as the Colts have opened the season 0-4. During her two years with the Bulldogs,
shots in the two games so the Trojans will Former Woodside standout, sophomore Alex
need to button up its defense. she set the CSM career home run record with
Augulis, has scored both goals for the Colts 38, batting .487 and driving in 140 runs
so far this season. and had an onbase-plus-slugging percent-
Women’s soccer age of 1.114.
Both Skyline and Cañada have struggled Softball This came on the heels of earning PAL
to open the season, going a combined 1-7 PHOTO COURTESY OF CSM
going into play Tuesday. The Trojans have The CSM softball team surprised former Bay Division Player of the Year honors dur- Harlee Donovan, second from left, bottom
the lone win between the pair, posting a 4- standout Harlee Donovan over the weekend ing her senior year at Half Moon Bay. row, had her CSM No. 13 retired as one of the
1 win over Merritt last Friday. by retiring her Bullodgs’ No. 13 jersey. Donovan is returning to Southern Oregon most decorated players in school history.
The most obvious issues have come on Donovan, who was named NAIA Player of University this year as a graduate assistant Donovan earned the NAIA Player of Year this
the Year this past spring following her sen- coach for the school’s softball team. season at Southern Oregon University.
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Tart cranberries and sour cream

make a tasty pound cake sparkle
CRANBERRY-SOUR medium-high and beat until pale and
fluffy, 3 to 5 minutes, scraping down
Pound cake is simple but elegant;
CREAM POUND CAKE bowl as needed. Reduce speed to medi-
it’s also incredibly rich. We thought Servings: 8 um and gradually add egg mixture in
tart cranberries and tangy sour cream Start to finish: 2 hours 30 minutes slow, steady stream. Scrape down
would provide a welcome contrast to 5 large eggs, room temperature bowl and continue to mix on medium
the buttery cake, and the bright cran- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract speed until uniform, about 1 minute
berries would also contribute a burst of 1 3/4 cups (8 3/4 ounces) all-pur- (batter may look slightly curdled).
color for an extra-special dessert. pose flour Reduce speed to low and add flour mix-
Salt ture in 3 additions, alternating with
We wanted this pound cake to have a sour cream mixture in 2 additions,
crumb that wasn’t quite as tight as a 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/3 cup sour cream scraping down bowl as needed. Give
classic all-butter pound cake, so we batter final stir by hand. Toss cranber-
used all-purpose flour instead of cake 2 tablespoons milk
14 tablespoons unsalted butter, cut ries with confectioners’ sugar and 1/8
flour and we thoroughly creamed the teaspoon salt in bowl until evenly
butter. into 14 pieces and softened but still
cool coated, then gently but thoroughly
While cranberries should add tart- 1 1/4 cups (8 3/4 ounces) granulated fold into batter.
ness, fresh cranberries can border on sugar Transfer batter to prepared pan and
acerbic. To tame the sourness, we 4 ounces (1 cup) fresh or frozen gently tap pan on counter to release
tossed coarsely chopped cranberries cranberries, chopped coarse air bubbles. Bake until toothpick
with confectioners’ sugar before 1 tablespoon confectioners’ sugar inserted in center comes out clean, 1
adding them to the batter; this also Adjust oven rack to lower-middle 3/4 hours to 1 hour 55 minutes, rotat-
prevented them from sinking to the position and heat oven to 300 F. ing pan halfway through baking. Let
bottom of the pan. Spray 8 1/2-by-4 1/2-inch loaf pan cake cool in pan on wire rack for 15
Baking the loaf slowly (for almost 2 with baking spray with flour. minutes. Remove cake from pan and
hours) in a low (300 F) oven ensured Whisk eggs and vanilla together in let cool completely on rack, about 2
that the inside cooked through before 2-cup liquid measuring cup. Sift flour, hours. Serve. (Cake can be stored at Cranberries and tangy sour cream provide a welcome contrast
the exterior became too brown. If 3/4 teaspoon salt, and baking powder room temperature for up to 3 days or to buttery pound cake, and bright cranberries also contribute
you’re using frozen cranberries, into bowl. Whisk sour cream and milk frozen for up to 1 month; defrost cake a burst of color for an extra-special dessert.
there’s no need to thaw them first. The together in second bowl. at room temperature.)
ideal temperature for the eggs and but- Using stand mixer fitted with pad- Nutrition information per serving:
ter is 60 F. The test kitchen’s preferred dle, beat butter on medium-high speed 450 calories; 221 calories from fat; 25
loaf pan measures 8 1/2-by-4 1/2- until smooth and creamy, 2 to 3 min- g fat (15 g saturated; 1 g trans fats);
inches; if you use a 9-by 5-inch loaf utes, scraping down bowl once. 192 mg cholesterol; 117 mg sodium;
pan, start checking for doneness 5 Reduce speed to medium and gradually 51 g carbohydrate; 1 g fiber; 33 g
minutes early. add granulated sugar. Increase speed to sugar; 6 g protein.

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American heroes,” said Trump. Organizers of the ground zero ceremony a few blocks of the World Trade Center on

Continued from page 1
At the Pentagon, Vice President Mike
Pence recalled the heroism of service mem-
bers and civilians who repeatedly went back
allow politicians to attend, but they’ve
been barred since 2011 from reading names
or delivering remarks.
In December, a would-be suicide bomber
set off a pipe bomb in a subway passageway
into the Pentagon to rescue survivors. If not political speeches, there were polit- near Times Square, authorities said. They
The terrorists “hoped to break our spirit, ically tinged appeals from some victims’ said suspects in both attacks were inspired
deadliest terror attack on U.S. soil. and they failed,” he said. relatives amid the reading. by the Islamic State extremist group.
Victims’ relatives said prayers for their At the United Nations, Security Council “May we support our president to lead our The recent attacks scare Ruben Perez, who
country, pleaded for national unity and members stood for a moment of silence, led country,” said Joanne Barbara, who lost her read names at the trade center Tuesday.
pressed officials not to use the 2001 terror by U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley. husband, Fire Department Assistant Chief “I get very worried for the state of society.
attacks as a political tool in a polarized Hours after the ceremony, two powerful Gerard Barbara. ... It’s part of what it means to be human in
nation. light beams soared soar into the night sky Another victim’s family sent a different the 21st century, a fear for public safety,”
Seventeen years after losing her husband, from lower Manhattan in the annual message. said Perez, 23, who lost his uncle, Calixto
Margie Miller came from her suburban home “Tribute in Light.” “My hope is that discrimination, hatred Anaya Jr.
to join thousands of relatives, survivors, The 9/11 commemorations are by now and bigotry will cease and that we all will Memorials to 9/11 continue to grow at
rescuers and others on a misty morning at familiar rituals, centered on reading the come together and love,” said Debra Epps, a Shanksville, where a newly dedicated Tower
the memorial plaza where the World Trade names of the dead. But each year at ground sister of victim Christopher Epps. Another of Voices will eventually include a wind
Center’s twin towers once stood. zero, victims’ relatives infuse the ceremony sister, Chaundera, had an answer for anyone chime for each of the 40 people killed there,
“To me, he is here. This is my holy with personal messages of remembrance, who wonders why families still come to and ground zero, where work is to begin
place,” she said before the hourslong read- inspiration and concern. such ceremonies after 17 years. soon on a pathway honoring rescue and
ing of the names of her husband, Joel For Nicholas Haros Jr., that concern is “Because soldiers are still dying for our recovery workers.
Miller, and the nearly 3,000 others killed officials who make comparisons to 9/11 or freedom. First responders are still dying and It will serve as a way to recognize those
when hijacked jets slammed into the towers, invoke it for political purposes. being ill,” Chaundera Epps said, adding, who became sick or died from exposure to
the Pentagon and a field near Shanksville, “Stop. Stop,” implored Haros, who lost “God bless America that’s never, ever, toxins released when the Trade Center’s
Pennsylvania on Sept. 11, 2001. his 76-year-old mother, Frances. “Please stopped being great.” twin towers collapsed. Researchers have
The president and first lady Melania stop using the bones and ashes of our loved Trump uses “Make America Great Again” documented elevated rates of respiratory ail-
Trump joined an observance at the Sept. 11 ones as props in your political theater. as a slogan. ments, post-traumatic stress disorder and
memorial near Shanksville, where one of Their lives, sacrifices and deaths are worth Other relatives laid bare the toll their other illnesses among people who spent
the jetliners crashed after 40 passengers and so much more. Let’s not trivialize them.” losses had taken on their families. Thomas time in the rubble.
crew members realized what was happening This year’s anniversary comes as a heated Langer said his brother, Timmy, “drank About 38,500 people have applied to a
and several passengers tried to storm the midterm election cycle kicks into high himself to death” after losing his wife, compensation fund, and over $3.9 billion
cockpit. gear. But there have long been some efforts Vanessa, and their unborn child on Sept. 11. in claims have been approved.
Calling it “the moment when America to separate the solemn anniversary from “I witnessed my brother endure the pain Meanwhile, a subway station destroyed
fought back,” Trump said the fallen “took political campaigns. The group 9/11 Day, that no one human being was ever meant to on 9/11 finally reopened Saturday. In June,
control of their destiny and changed the which promotes volunteering on the bear,” Thomas Langer said. doors opened at the 80-story 3 World Trade
course of history.” anniversary, asks candidates not to cam- Sept. 11 still shapes American policy, Center, one of several rebuilt office towers
They “joined the immortal ranks of paign or run political ads for the day. politics and everyday experiences in places that have been constructed or planned at the
from airports to office buildings, even if it’s site.
less of a constant presence in the public Victims’ families, too, have evolved and
consciousness after 17 years. grown.
A stark reminder came not long after last “Even though I never met you,” Isabella
year’s anniversary: A truck mowed down Del Corral said of her slain grandfather,
people, killing eight, on a bike path within Joseph Piskadlo, “I’ll never forget you.”


Sunday, September 16, 10 AM – 2 PM
Meet Council Member Mark Olbert!
Music by DJ Silvershots!
Rain or Shine

For more information, visit:

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ing measures are needed for the project,

Center, 458 San Mateo Ave., San
Continued from page 1
but $15 million won’t pay for the
building and traffic calming.”
The council approved the design for
Fundamentals of Geology. Little Bruno. One-on-one business coun- the new Veterans Memorial Senior
House, The Roslyn Morris Activity seling. Cost is $99. To register and for Center and YMCA complex earlier this
Center, 800 Middle Ave. Menlo Park. more information visit sanmateosb- First, a traffic circle to reduce speeds year. The two buildings encompass
Cost $70. Learn to use common and provide new crossing opportuni-
genealogical record types and business-0. 80,000 square feet and will be home to
important family history websites. ties and refuge islands for pedestrians two swimming pools — one indoor,
For more information call 326-2025. FRIDAY, SEPT. 14 has been proposed for the intersection one out — open year-round, a 300-seat
Friends of the San Mateo Public
Drop-In Computer Help. 10 a.m. to Library Annual Fall Book Sale. 10 of Vera Avenue and Valota Road. That theater, a cafe, gym and plenty of
Noon. Redwood City Public Library, a.m. to 4:30 p.m. San Mateo Main would cost $900,000.  recreation and hangout space intended
1044 Middlefield Road, Redwood Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San Mateo.
City. Free. For more information call Pick from a great selection of books Data show people often drive in for daytime and nighttime uses. The
780-7098. at bargain prices. For more informa- excess of 25 mph there and as fast as 50 project will replace the aging senior
tion call 522-7802.
San Mateo Professional Alliance.
mph, and the proposed improvements center currently located at Red Morton
Noon to 1 p.m. Central Park Bistro, Friends of the San Mateo Public will bring speeds down to 20 mph, said Park.
181 E. Fourth Ave., San Mateo. Library Annual Fall Book Sale. 10 Clarence Mamuyac of ELS Architecture,
Promotes an environment for idea a.m. to 4:30 p.m. San Mateo Main markers, paint and cones for about City Attorney Veronica Ramirez said
sharing, leveraging resources and Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San Mateo. the company in charge of designing park impact fees couldn’t be used for
building long-term relationships. Pick from a great selection of books the new community centerpiece.   $100,000 to $150,000 to test their
Annual dues are $60 per year, and at bargain prices. For more informa- effectiveness. But such a pilot wouldn’t traffic calming until the project is offi-
members will enjoy solid referrals tion call 522-7802. “This is the big ticket item of the cially approved and the California
be possible at Vera Avenue and Valota
from other business members with- three,” he said. Environmental Quality Act process is
in the group. Make sure to bring Adult Crafternoon: Stained Glass Road, Mamuyac said.
your business cards, company Jars. 1 p.m. South San Francisco The second intersection identified — complete. And that wouldn’t be until
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South Hudson Street at Madison Avenue — While several councilmembers
brochures and other informational May or June of 2019 at the earliest,
materials. For more information call San Francisco. For more information
already has a traffic circle and calming appeared interested in the pilot
430-6500. call 829-3860. Beth said.
measures, but Mamuyac said cars can approach, Parks and Recreation
Director Chris Beth said those meas- Councilman John Seybert suggested
Toastmasters Public Speak ing and Table Talk: Open Gaming at the still zip through there at high speeds. 
Leadership Sk ills Development. Library. 2 p.m. South San Francisco ures could not be included in the current looking into alternative capital fund-
Noon to 1 p.m. BKF Engineers, 255 Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South So his team has proposed tightening ing sources to get the traffic calming
Shoreline Drive, Suite 200, Redwood San Francisco. Learn how to play the intersection by expanding the project and funding for them would
Shores. Join us in a friendly and sup- board games or bring one to share. have to be approved separately by the improvements moving forward soon-
portive atmosphere while learning For more information call 829-3860. curbs on all four corners for $450,000. er. 
to improve your communication The traffic circle would also be slightly council in the next fiscal year.  
First Annual Open House. 5 p.m. to
“It makes sense to me to get this
and leadership skills. For more infor-
7 p.m., Voices of Recovery 1842 Bay reduced in size and the crosswalks He said about $15 million in park work done right away, it’s a good front-
mation call (202) 390-7555.
Road, East Palo Alto. Supporting would be shorter. impact fees has been set aside for the end of a project, it builds a lot of good-
TheatreWork s Silicon Valley lifestyles free of addiction. Call 289-
Improvements for the third intersec- YMCA project, and some of that will in terms of moving towards a sig-
Presents ‘Native Gardens.’ 2 p.m. 7670.
Mountain View Center for the tion identified — Valota Road at money could be spent on the perma- nificant change in a neighborhood,” he
Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., New Gallery House Show, Summer
Madison Avenue — range from nent traffic calming measures, but not said.
Mountain View. Cost $40 to $100, Into Fall — Coastal Paintings. 6
savings available for educators, sen- p.m. to 8 p.m. Gallery House, 320 S. $30,000 to $110,000 and could entail the pilot ones.   Each of the intersections and pro-
iors and patrons 35 and under. For California Ave., Palo Alto. For more the installation of a traffic circle, City Manager Melissa Stevenson
more information contact boxof- information call 326-1668. posed improvements are a result of four raised crosswalk or a traffic diverter Diaz added that there isn’t currently neighborhood workshops devoted
Short Reads for People with No called a chicane, which would be cou- enough money for traffic calming. specifically to traffic in around the
New Gallery House Show, Summer Time. South San Francisco Library,
Into Fall — Coastal Paintings. 6 840 W. Orange Ave., South San pled with curb extensions.  “In addition to the legal piece, we project site.
p.m. to 8 p.m. Gallery House, 320 Francisco. Teen book club focused Mamuyac said implementing all don’t have enough money in the $15 In other business, the council offi-
South California Ave., Palo Alto. For on short stories, novellas and other
more information call 326-1668. brief works. Free. For more informa- three proposed improvements would million to both fully fund the entire cially received $450,000 from the San
tion call 829-3860. cost $1.7 million. construction of the project plus traffic Mateo County Transportation
Introduction to Chinese Music. 6 Another option is to pilot each of calming,” said Stevenson Diaz. “We Authority to study the feasibility of a
p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave., Single and Dating Couples Group.
Millbrae. Intro to Chinese music by 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Highlands Church, the improvements with temporary can use that source if those traffic calm- public ferry service in Redwood City. 
comparing the guqin and guzheng. 1900 Monterey St., San Bruno. Join a
Explantation of music and tea, friendly, supportive group for ages
32 and up. Every four weeks until enced,” said the letter. projects, rather than just for sale,” said
mooncakes and the Mid-Autumn
Festival. Mookcakes will be served. Dec. 7, meet with a group facilitator
Free. To register visit and have a book study with open The letter also requests a grace period Greenwood.
discussion. Snacks, beverages and before implementation and an exemp- He added the enhanced local control
The Art of Listening: An Act of child care provided at no charge. tion for proposed and planned proj- syncs well with the ongoing focus by
Love. 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Bethany Free. For more information call 921- Continued from page 1
Lutheran Church, 1095 Cloud Ave., 1944. ects, similar to the exception granted South San Francisco officials to facili-
Menlo Park. Featuring a film of com-
San Bruno Movies-in-the-Par k:
when officials recently imposed addi- tate all types of affordable housing
piled interviews asking participants
‘Paddington 2.’ 8:15 p.m. San Bruno
“We are extremely concerned that, tional park fees for developers. construction.
how they want to be remembered.
For more information call 854-5897. City Park, 251 City Park Way, San based on that deadline, our project will Under the proposal going before “The council has been very focused
Bruno. For more information call be subject to the proposed inclusion- councilmembers, builders would be on affordable housing for many years,
THURSDAY, SEPT. 13 616-7084.
Meditate and Feel Great. 9 a.m. to
ary housing ordinance which would required to set aside 10 percent of all especially in recent years, and the
10 a.m. San Mateo Senior Center, SATURDAY, SEPT. 15 render the project infeasible based on units in a rental project at an affordable council is very aware and concerned
2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San Subaru Kids Obstacle Challenge long established project economics,”
Mateo. For more information call Bay Area. 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Kids rate, and that amount would jump to 15 about the impact rising housing costs
522-7490. Obstacle Challenge is an adventure said a letter from Ed McCoy and percent the following year. are having on residents,” he said.
and obstacle course event series for Brendan Hayes, senior vice presidents
Peninsula Choralier s. 10 a.m. to kids ages 5-16, with 12-15 obstacles Greenwood said the proposal takes As councilmembers take on the pro-
11:30 a.m. Christian Science Church, and lots of mud. Parents get to run with Fairfield Residential, which is advantage of Assembly Bill 1015, posal, Greenwood said the challenge
150 N. El Camino Real, San Mateo. with their kids for free. 1.5-2 mile building 157 units along Airport passed last year by state lawmakers will be to assure the cost foisted on
The Women’s choir sings oldies, course at Coyote Point Recreation
Broadway and pop and prepares Area in San Mateo. Participants can Boulevard. under an effort to revitalize the inclu- developers will not become so great
programs for Senior Living facilities rope swing into a mud pit, army A representative from Bella Vista sionary housing mandate stripped by that development is halted, potential-
and civic events. All performances crawl through tough terrain, scale Development, which is interested in
are during the day. Choral experi- up rugged cargo nets and slide into the Palmer state Supreme Court rul- ly worsening the shortage of available
ence is helpful but not required. For a muddy paradise. Cost $42 to $66. building 283 apartments also on ing. units.
more information call 593-4287. For more information call (844) 562- Airport Boulevard, shared a similar
5437. Previously, city officials could only “Ultimately, it is a decision for the
Play Poker Like a Pro. 11:30 a.m. to
concern. require a portion of units in a for-sale council as far as where they want to
12:30 p.m. San Mateo Senior Center, Bayfront Coastal Cleanup. 9 a.m. to “There are several ‘pipeline’ projects development to be reserved at an strike that balance,” he said.
2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San noon, 150 Anza Blvd. behind
Embassy Suites, Burlingame. Join that will become economically infea- affordable rate, but the new law
Mateo. For more information call
522-7490. community members to clean up sible if subjected to a 10 percent low- extends to rental properties. The South San Francisco City
the Burlingame shoreline along the income requirement, especially given
Educators Presale: Friends of the San Francisco Bay trail. For more “This is the first time we’ve had leg- Council meets 7 p. m. Wednesday,
San Mateo Public Librar y Annual information call 333-5984. the astronomical escalation of con- islative authority to consider inclu- Sept. 12, in the Municipal Serv ices
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104 Training 110 Employment 110 Employment

TERMS & cONDITIONS FINPEAK, INc. seeks Software Engi-
The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi- neer - Lead Architect. Position requires
fieds will not be responsible for more
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia-
bility shall be limited to the price of one
cAREGIvERS related degree, experience, and skills.
Work location: Burlingame, CA. Please
insertion. No allowance will be made for mail resumes to Attn: Xingxin Liu, CEO,
errors not materially affecting the value
of the ad. All error claims must be sub-
2 years experience Finpeak, Inc., 1338 Old Bayshore Hwy,
Burlingame, CA 94010
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis-
ing conditions, please ask for a Rate
110 Employment Immediate placement INTERNSHIPS
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking
SALES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales
on all assignments. for ambitious interns who are eager to
jump into the business arena with both
Representative needed to sell newspa- feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs
per print and web advertising and event
marketing solutions. To apply, please call call of the newspaper and media industries.
This position will provide valuable
experience for your bright future.
650-344-5200 and send resume to (650)777-9000 Email resume
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Caregivers Wanted
Caregivers Wanted 110 Employment 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
Home CCare
(650) 600-8108 NEWSPAPER INTERNS The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
JOURNALISM as Nest Property, 533 Airport Blvd, Suite as WHR Tours & Travel, 314 Wellington
mail: jobs@starligh The Daily Journal is looking for in- 388, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Regis- Ave, DALY CITY, CA 94014. Registered
terns to do entry level reporting, re- tered Owner: Anna Estevez, 819 Thorn- Owner: Hedda S. Sales, same address. search, updates of our ongoing fea- hill Dr., Daly City, CA 94015. The busi- The business is conducted by an Individ-
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- ness is conducted by an Individual. The ual. The registrants commenced to
pply online or walk-in
walk-in so welcome.
registrants commenced to transact busi- transact business under the FBN on July
23, 1998.
4600 EEll Camino
Camino Real,
Real, # 211,, Los
Los Altos
Altos We expect a commitment of four to ness under the FBN on 8/14/18.
/s/Hedda S. Sales/
eight hours a week for at least four /s/Anna Estevez/ This statement was filed with the Asses-
months. The internship is unpaid, but This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 8/21/18. (Published
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- sor-County Clerk on 8/14/18. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/29/18,
terns have progressed in time into in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/22/18,
paid correspondents and full-time re- 9/5/18, 9/12/18, 9/19/18).
8/29/18, 9/5/18, 9/12/18).

College students or recent graduates FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME

Day or Night
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Shifftsts, Immediate
Immediate Placement
Placement are encouraged to apply. Newspaper FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #278677
experience is preferred but not neces- STATEMENT #278464 The following person is doing business
Required: 2 years
years paid experience
experience sarily required. The following person is doing business as Martha’s Janitorial, 2429 Elliot St.,
as iClickSmiles, 110 Glenn Way #18, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered
or ccurrent
urrent CNA CCertification;
ertification; Please send a cover letter describing SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered Owner: Martha Cabrera, same address.
Must DDrive
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peak and writ
writee EEnglish
nglish your interest in newspapers, a resume
and three recent clips. Before you ap-
Owner: Smile Catcher Corporation, CA. The business is conducted by an Individ-
The business is conducted by a Corpora- ual. The registrants commenced to
ply, you should familiarize yourself tion. The registrants commenced to transact business under the FBN on
with our publication. Our Web site: 1994.
Team Leader for Project Managers. transact business under the FBN on July
Foster City, CA. Manage IT projects. 5, 2018. /s/Martha Cabrera/
MS/MA in Com Sci, Engnrng or rltd + 1 Send your information via e-mail to /s/Thai Nguyen/ This statement was filed with the Asses- or by reg- This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 8/24/18. (Published
yr exp. US/Intl travel reqd 5% time. In- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/29/18,
benta Technologies, ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- sor-County Clerk on 8/2/18. (Published in
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/22/18, 9/5/18, 9/12/18, 9/19/18).
Inc., 8/29/18, 9/5/18, 9/12/18).
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME The following person is doing business
STATEMENT #278620 as Jorgensen Investigations, 120 Ban-
The following person is doing business croft Rd, BURLINGAME, CA 94010.
as Belmateo Motel, 803 Belmont Ave., Registered Owner: Clifford W. Jorgen-
BELMONT, CA 94002. Registered Own- sen, same address. The business is
er: Lenore Griffin, Trustee of the Lloyd J. conducted by an Individual. The regis-
Demartini Survivor Trust, same address. trants commenced to transact business
The business is conducted by a Trust. under the FBN on 7/24/18.
The registrants commenced to transact /s/Clifford W. Jorgensen/
business under the FBN on 1/21/2018. This statement was filed with the Asses-
/s/Lenore Griffin/ sor-County Clerk on 7/24/18. (Published
This statement was filed with the Asses- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/29/18,
sor-County Clerk on 8/17/18. (Published 9/5/18, 9/12/18, 9/19/18).
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/22/18,
8/29/18, 9/5/18, 9/12/18).
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME The following person is doing business
STATEMENT #278614 as Chula Vista, 1123 Chula Vista, BUR-
The following person is doing business LINGAME, CA 94010. Registered Own-
as ibeauty Pro, 861 #4, San Bruno West er: LBD Enterprises LLC, CA. The busi-
Ave, San Bruno, CA 94066. Registered ness is conducted by Limited Liability
Owner: Tsz Wah Chiu, 100 Amador Ave, Company. The registrants commenced
to transact business under the FBN on
San Bruno, CA 94066. The business is 12/13/2013.
conducted by an Individual. The regis- /s/Jamie D’Alessandro/
trants commenced to transact business This statement was filed with the Asses-
under the FBN on N/A. sor-County Clerk on 8/22/18. (Published
/s/Tsz Wah Chiu/ in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/29/18,
This statement was filed with the Asses- 9/5/18, 9/12/18, 9/19/18).
sor-County Clerk on 8/16/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/22/18,
8/29/18, 9/5/18, 9/12/18). FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
The following person is doing business
as: 1141 El Camino Real, 1141 El Cami-
no Real, BURLINGAME, CA 94010.
Registered Owners: Richard Tod Spieker
and Catherine R. Spieker, 60 Mulberry
Lane, Atherton, CA 94027. The busi-
ness is conducted by a Trust. The regis-
trant commenced to transact business
under the FBN on 7/23/14.
/s/Richard Tod Spieker/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 8/22/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18,
9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18).


The following person is doing business
as: 1)West Coast Financial 2)Sunset
West Investment, 333 Gellert Blvd, Ste
210, DALY CITY, CA 94015. Registered
Owner: Sunset West Capital, Inc., CA.
The business is conducted by a Corpora-

GOT JOBS? tion. The registrant commenced to trans-

act business under the FBN on N/A.
/s/Lawrence Woo/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
The best career seekers sor-County Clerk on 9/6/18. (Published in
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18,
read the Daily Journal. 9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18).
We will help you recruit qualified, talented
individuals to join your company or organization. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
The Daily Journal’s readership covers a wide The following person is doing business
range of qualifications for all types of positions. as: Katie Eiseman Consulting, 2104 Roo-
sevelt Ave., BURLINGAME, CA 94010.
For the best value and the best results, Registered Owner: Almacare, Inc., CA.
recruit from the Daily Journal... The business is conducted by a Corpora-
tion. The registrant commenced to trans-
Contact us for a free consultation act business under the FBN on N/A.
/s/Thomas Eiseman/
Call (650) 344-5200 or This statement was filed with the Asses-
Email: sor-County Clerk on 9/7/18. (Published in
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18,
9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18).
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203 Public notices 203 Public notices 294 Business equipment 300 toys 304 Furniture 310 Misc. For sale
FictitiOus Business naMe Order tO shOw cause FOr restaurant equiPMent- Every- star wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader twin Bed- Free you pick up. Call MOtley crue lp signed by neil lee
stateMent #278535 chanGe OF naMe thing must go! Closing-out sale CALL $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 (650)344-2109 sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019
The following person is doing business CASE# 18CIV04005 (650)340-9995
as: Cleanologie Homes, 139 Arden Ave, SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, used BedrOOM Furniture, FREE. Call neGrini FencinG Epee mask size M
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, 302 antiques (650)573-7381. & France Lames 5 epee blade $95
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, 294 Baby stuff (415)260-6940
Registered Owners: Ana Melissa Jacobo REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 100 y/O family heirloom, hand sewn, Veneer chest 6.5’ high, 3 ft. wide
and Neri Jacobo, same address. The PETITION OF hexagon pieced quilt. 8ft. sq. $99. $99 (650)322-2814. new lawn SWING 5'1/2" W x 5 '6" H
business is conducted by a Married Cou- BaBy criB, "Dream on Me", like new
Eelaine Teoh Loo (650)556-9708 $100 (650) 678-6428 aft. 6pm
with mattress, pad and 2 sheets. $80.00. wall unit/rOOM Divider. Simple
ple. The registrant commenced to trans- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: (650)592-3540 lines. Breaks down for transportation.
act business under the FBN on 8/7/18. Petitioner: Eelaine Teoh Loo filed a peti- antique heMinGray Glass Tele- Old style Water dispenser-iron stand-
tion with this court for a decree changing $25.(650)712-9962 leave message clay pot-5gal. glass bottle $75. (650)873-
/s/Ana Melissa Jacobo/ 295 art graph Pole Insulator. Aqua colored. Pris-
This statement was filed with the Asses- name as follows: tine condition. 4.5"X3.25" $15 (650)762- 6304
Present name: Eelaine Teoh Loo walnut chest, small (4 drawer with
sor-County Clerk on 8/9/18. (Published in 6048 upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
Proposed Name: Elaine Teoh Loo Brushed Finish, 15" X 20" frame ray-Ban tOP Bar Sunglasses
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18, holds 18 various size photos. Never RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi-
Beer steins-OriGinal from Germa- white wicKer Armoire, asking $100,
9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18). THE COURT ORDERS that all persons used. $20. 650-369-2486. ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light-
great condition, text for picture (650)571-
interested in this matter shall appear be- (650)592-7483 0947 weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591-
fore this court at the hearing indicated 296 appliances 6596
FictitiOus Business naMe below to show cause, if any, why the pe- wOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
stateMent #278805 tition for change of name should not be MahOGany antique Secretary desk, 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 saMsOnite 26" tan hard-sided suit
air cOnditiOner 10000 BTU w/re-
The following person is doing business granted. Any person objecting to the 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
name changes described above must file elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. $45. (650)328-6709
as: 3D Kawaiko, 1271 Claremont Drive, a written objection that includes the rea- brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
306 housewares
SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Registered sons for the objection at least two court rOseVille tuliP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. silK saree 6 yards new nice color.for
Owner: Valerie Kimiko Himuro, same ad- days before the matter is scheduled to $45. (650)574-2490. cOMPlete set OF CHINA - Windsor $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
dress. The business is conducted by an be heard and must appear at the hearing hOtPOint heaVy Duty Dryer excellent Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, formation.
Individual. The registrant commenced to to show cause why the petition should working condition Burlingame $50 Call 20-pieces in original box, never used.
transact business under the FBN on not be granted. If no written objection is Dan (408)656-0958 303 electronics $250 per box (3 boxes available). sinK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet,
June 1, 2018. timely filed, the court may grant the peti- (650)342-5630 $15.00 (650)544-5306
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the KenMOre windOw A/C (vert. open- aMaZOn Kindle brand new $10.00
/s/Valerie Kimiko Himuro/ petition shall be held on 9/26/18 at 9 ing) 8700 btu. New in box. $200.00 as call (650)872-2371 slr lens Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6
This statement was filed with the Asses- crystal (leaded glass) lamp $30.
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, is. David Butler (415)608- 1214. Can send picture. (650)464-7860 Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171
sor-County Clerk on 9/7/18. (Published in Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this BlauPunKt aM/FM/cd Radio and Re-
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18, Order to Show Cause shall be published MaytaG washer excellent working ceiver with Detachable Face asking MiKasa set. White. Modern (square) slr lens Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6
9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18). at least once each week for four succes- condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan $100. (650)593-4490 Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- (408)656-0958
cannOn cOPier. $20. 650-342-5220. sinK dOuBle cast iron. Good condi- tires-set OF four P225 45 R18 $80
ing on the petition in the following news- OBO (650)359-2238.
paper of general circulation: MFG h20laBs Model 300 exc cond tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408
FictitiOus Business naMe counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. Free teleVisiOn - Mitsubishi,
stateMent #278800 San Mateo Daily Journal uniden harley Davidson Gas Tank
26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not
The following person is doing business Filed: 8/15/2018 new, sinGer Sewing Machine Univer- Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local 308 tools phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
/s/Jonathan E. Karesh/
as: Peninsula Infiniti, 386 Convention Judge of the Superior Court
sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- Delivery available. walKer - Good Condition - Like New -
Way, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Reg- chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 antique irOn Hand Drills. 3 available
Dated: 8/13/2018 at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron $35 (650)341-5347
istered Owner: Peninsula Infiniti LLC, (Published 8/22/18, 8/29/18, 9/5/18, MOtOrOla BraVO MB 520 (android
CA. The business is conducted by a rOOM heater Electric 1320 Watts, Ar- 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD
9/12/18). vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5. BriGGs & Stratton Lawn Mower with 311 Musical instruments
Limited Liability Company. The regis- card Belmont (650)595-8855
(650)952-3500 Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00.
trant commenced to transact business OnKyO aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital (650)771-6324. 1929 antique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut-
under the FBN on 2001. sewinG Machine-rOyal XL 6000 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call
/s/Gordon MacDonald/ Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 craFtsMan 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" (650)742-6776.
This statement was filed with the Asses- Order tO shOw cause FOr (650)342-8436. dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
sor-County Clerk on 9/7/18. (Published in chanGe OF naMe
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18,
CASE# 18CIV04268 shOwtiMe rOtisserie used once 304 Furniture lG craFtsMen shop vac 6.5hp $60 Baldwin BaBy GRAND 1928 vintage
in walnut. $7500.00 w/bench (415)608-
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave (510)943-9221
9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18). COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, 2 walnut 3-drawer nitestands. Tops 1214
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, need work but very good cond. $20/ea shOPsMith MarK V 50th Anniversary
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 most attachments. $1,500/OBO. chrOMatic harMOnica: Horner
VacuuM cleaner (reconditioned) (650)952-3466. The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
in accOrdance with the PETITION OF $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 (650)278-5776.
Amina Audrey Kim Martel antique dininG table for six people
provisions of commercial TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: western washBOard Sales made with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
VintaGe craFtsMan Jig Saw. Circa
1947. $60. (650)245-7517
code 7209, with these being Petitioner: Amina Audrey Kim Martel filed of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C.
$75. phone 650-369-2486. ePiPhOne les Paul 100th
a petition with this court for a decree antique MOhaGany Bookcase. Four
unpaid storage charges, no- changing name as follows: feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
VintaGe shOPsMith and Band
saw, good shape. $300/obo. Call
Anniversary Custom Electric Guitar.
Mint. $600.00 650 421 5469
tice is hereby given that the Present name:
297 Bicycles arMchair GOOd condition $55.
Amina Audrey Kim Martel
household and personal ef- Proposed Name: (650)266-3184
eVerett uPriGht antique piano.
Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
adult BiKes 1 regular and 2 with bal-
fects and/or business effects Amina Kim Martel
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 Bedstead sinGle, poster style, box
of: welder- lincOln AC 220 amps 240 Fender MustanG I guitar amplifier
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons spring, mattress available. $40.00. 70 watts 8-guitar settings.with cover.
BMx MOnGOOse Outer Limit Bike, (650)593-7408 volts $199.00 (650)948-4895
Mary Cahill, Ricky Scales, interested in this matter shall appear be-
fore this court at the hearing indicated looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933 $80. (650)421-5469
Kaiva Dahrian, John East- below to show cause, if any, why the pe- BMx with caliper brakes and adjusta-
BeiGe sOFa $99. Excellent Condition 309 Office equipment Fender MustanG ll guitar amplifier
wold, Esther Chun, and Da- tition for change of name should not be (650) 315-2319 110 watts 8-guitar settings, with cover.
ble seat, comes with two extra tires. $20. laPtOP case or bag. Black. Like new.
granted. Any person objecting to the $130.00 (650)421-5469
vid Forbes will be sold at name changes described above must file
(650)595-3933 BlacK Metal 4 drawer file cabinet Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564.
$25.00. call (650)872-2371
Auction on October 03, 2018 a written objection that includes the rea- BOca-ladies BiKe 26 IN., blue and FOr sale: Epiphone Les Paul Cus-
at 10:00 a.m. at AMS Relo-
sons for the objection at least two court yellow, padded seat, XL, basket holds an BunK Beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 310 Misc. For sale tom Prophecy Electric Guitar. Mint.
days before the matter is scheduled to 18 pack; grandma has to sell (650)678- $625.00. (650)421-5469.
years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or
cation Inc., 1873 Rollins be heard and must appear at the hearing
to show cause why the petition should
1989 $50 OBO. B/O (650)685-2494 200 Plastic trading card holders; $15;
(650)591-9769 San Carlos huGe ludwiG Drum Set Silver Sparkle
Road, Burlingame, CA not be granted. If no written objection is child’s schwinn Bicycle, Blue in & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
cOMMOde, GOOd condition. $20 obo.
94010 timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. Please call (650)745-6309 500-600 BiG Band-era 78's--most mint, Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500
no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 (916)975-4969
petition shall be held on 10/10/18 at 9 GOOd runninG Bicycle. $39. cOMPuter desK (glass) & chair. Like
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, 650-342-5220. new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or 78 rPM records in four albums and nine PianO, uPriGht, in excellent condi-
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this sleeves. FREE. San Bruno. (650)794- tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769
nOtice tO creditOrs Order to Show Cause shall be published MOuntain BiKe. Top brand. Runs 0839
at least once each week for four succes- good. $39. (660)342-5220 cOMPuter swiVel CHAIR. Padded PianO-1955 Baldwin Acrosonic 36”
Estate of Leonel A. Breault sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 Bessy sMall Evening Hand Bag With High, Free for anyone to pick-up
ing on the petition in the following news- new 12" girls bike w/ training wheels Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 (650)295-9121.
Date of Birth: January 1, 1926 paper of general circulation: $75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave
desK, Gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o.
San Mateo Daily Journal (650)458-3578 BiFOld shutters 2x28”x79 $10.00 Player PianO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu-
To All Creditors: Filed: 8/24/2018 (650)544-5306 sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ 298 collectibles
Notice to Creditors: The decedent, Judge of the Superior Court Blue Oyster cult lp signed by donald
dininG taBle (36"x54") and 4 match- r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash
Leonel A. Breault, who lived at Dated: 8/23/2018 ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for saxOPhOne- altO Silver with Case
80’s tOPs Complete Factory Set All (408)661-6019 $250.00 (650)948-4895
125 Barkentine Street, Foster City, CA (Published 9/12/18, 9/19/18, 9/26/18, Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474. $250 .(650)-654-1930.
94404-3107, died on August 11, 2018. 10/3/18).
cash reGister Parts; Much Skin Not uPriGht PianO. In tune. Fair condi-
BadGe, 7 Star Special Security Offi- dresser 4-drawer in Belmont for Guts $500 (415)269-4784 tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886.
Creditors of the decedent are notified cer;$25- will text picture (650)218-0121 $75. Good condition; good for children.
that all claims against the estate will be San Carlos Call (650)678-8585 cOMealOnG 3/4 ton chain $25 (650) VintaGe linGerie Washboard circa
forever barred unless presented to Joe 873-6304 1920’s The Zinc King #703. Suitable for
stateMent OF aBandOnMent OF BeautiFul herMan Miller pendulum entertainMent center for $50. strumming $50 (650)369-2486
Chan, CPA, named personal representa- the use OF a FictitiOus Business clock. Rich wood finish - works well; nice Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. cOstcO Play Pen with travel bag.
tive, at 370 San Bruno Avenue West, naMe stateMent M-266145 chime! $65; 650-591-8851. (650)726-4102 Used once $35 (650)591-2981 yaMaha acOustic Guitar, model
Suite A, San Bruno, CA 94066-3164 Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban- FG830 electric. $400.00 (650)421-5469
within 180 days after the date of the pub- doning the use of the Fictitious Business dePressiOn Glass Dining Plate. 8 Glider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- deluxe FOlder Walker - 5" wheels -
lication of this notice. Name: Tsz Wah Chiu. Name of Busi- 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 ZilJian cyMBals with stands, 21”
ness: Holly Nail Spa. Date of original fil- $12 (650)762-6048 ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99
ing: 7/21/2015. Address of Principal Grey Metal storage cabinet with 4 Free MaGaZines. Library discards (916)826-5964
September 12, 2018 Place of Business: 219 El Camino Real, year old ones. Wide variety. Good for
lennOx red Rose, Unused, hand shelves $40.00 call(650)872-2371
SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Registrant: crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, 312 Pets & animals
Joe Chan, CPA Tsz Wah Chiu, same address. The busi- $12.00. (650) 578 9208. iKea dresser, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
Personal Representative ness was conducted by an Individual. 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. liOnel christMas Holiday expan-
for the Estate of Leonel A. Breault /s/Tsz Wah Chiu/ sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 airline carrier for cats, pur. from
Miller lite Neon sign , work good
370 San Bruno Avenue West, Suite A This statement was filed with the Asses- $59 call (650)218-6528 iKea taBle, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo $ 30. (650)598-9804. liOnel western Union Pass car and (505)228-1480 local.
San Bruno, CA 94066-3164 dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
County on 8/16/18. Old, antique, Bottle Collection: 20
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 lOVe chair, velour, tan. $45. BOstOn terrier-PuPPy 8 weeks
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- (808)631-1365. lOrex 14” B&W Surveillance System
nal, 8/22/18, 8/29/18, 9/5/18, 9/12/18). Model SG14S1042C-A $75 (415)407- old, Vaccinated, Vet Checked, $2,000
nal 09/12/18, 09/14/18, 09/17/18) sMall ruG beater. $15.00 (650)207- (650)400-1144.
MassaGe taBle, excellent condition, 2360 RWC loction.
folding, $25, (650) 552-9556. One Kennel Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
210 lost & Found star wars R2-D2, original 1998 un- luGGaGe, red, 21" NEW Samsonite
Spinner,$50.00. (650)729-3000 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
opened action figure. $15 in San Carlos. new deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
stateMent OF aBandOnMent OF ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must (650)593-2066
lOst cat. Black and White. Black Steve 650-518-6614
the use OF a FictitiOus Business patch on right eye. REWARD. Sell! (650) 875-8159.
MaKes 6"x6" potholders, frame and ParrOt caGe, Steel, Large - approx
naMe stateMent M-260326 Call (323) 439-7713. telescOPe-celestrOn astrO 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban- Master Newtonian Reflector, w/ tro/pod new twin Mattress set plus frame loops included. FREE. 650-595-3933
$30.00 (650) 347-2356 offer. (650)245-4084
doning the use of the Fictitious Business Books stand, Like New $150.00 MeilinK saFe-Fire Proof,
Name: Lloyd J. Demartini. Name of Call (415)239-1348. 50”x31”X31”, 2200lbs $1200 Pet carrier for small dog or cat in ex-
niaGara ViBratinG Adjustable bed
Business: Belmateo Motel. Date of origi- JaMes PattersOn hardback books. good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan (415)309-3892 cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349-
tOPPs BaseBall complete set 1987 6059
nal filing: Apr. 8, 2014. Address of Princi- 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861 thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- (408)656-0958
pal Place of Business: 803 Belmont 4474
Ave., BELMONT, CA 94002. Registrant: nichOlas sParKs hardback books. OFFice tyPe 34"X 60" heavy solid
Lloyd J. Demartini, same address. The 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861 unique 1920's -1930's imprinted milk wood with formica wood grain top $25
business was conducted by an Individu- bottle with creamer top from Golden (650) 787-9753
quality BOOKs used and rare. World
al. & US History and classic American nov- State dairy. $25 (650)762-6048
reclininG chair, wine colored $30,
/s/Lenore Griffin/ els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 (650)-583-4985
VintaGe Gucci Boston satchel purse,
This statement was filed with the Asses- Good Condition. $75.00 (650)536-0513
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo the halO Forerunner saga. 3 books. retrO hutch Needs refinishing other-
County on 8/16/18. Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587 VintaGe Gucci Boston satchel purse, wise good condition. Top detaches from
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- Good Condition. $75.00 (650)536-0513 bottom $25. (650)712-9962
V.lOGVinOV, unusual Journey to the
nal, 8/22/18, 8/29/18, 9/5/18, 9/12/18). Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus- sOFaBed, VelOur, tan, Excellent
sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695 299 computers condition. $75. (808)631-1365.
19" cOlOr Monitor with stand VG con- sOlid wOOd Dining table with exten-
dition power cord/owners manual includ- sion great piece great condition black
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 $80 (650)364-5263

leGal nOtices i-Pad KeyBOard. $25.00. (650)588-

recOrdaBle cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop-
sOlid wOOd Entertainment Center-
TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
Fictitious Business Name Statements, ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, (650) 578 9208
taBle 24"x48" folding legs each end.
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, 300 toys Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
Notice of Public Sales and More. $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
100 thinGs for little children to do on a
trip. 4"X6" cards with instructions. Used. three inch egg crate foam twin bed
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. FREE (650)595-3933 mattress for sound sleep, perfect condi-
tion, $20, 650-595-3933

Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 aMerican Flyer locomotive runs

good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433
twin Bed frame-black wrought iron
from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341
Email them to: larGe stuFFed ANIMALS - $3 each twin Bed, mattress, box spring, frame
Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 $ 50. (650)598-9804.
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312 Pets & animals 345 medical equipment 515 office space 625 Classic Cars 650 RVs 670 auto Parts
Pet taxi Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux homediCs dual Shiatsu Massage meRCedes ‘74 450 SEL, One owner, RV toW bar blue ox 2" ball model b330 Rims-ChRome, 17” Set of 4 with caps,
Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for Cushion. 3 Zone. $45.00. (650)207-4162 -ViRtual offiCes- No Accidents, Needs engine work, Pale $90 (650)948-4895 Off ’02 GMC Truck $200.00 (650)333-
$25. Call (650)349-6059. $59 - $150 Yellow, $2,500 OBO (650)375-1350. 0303
inVeRsion theRaPy table back
stretcher w/ heat $99.00 joe (650)573- *Business Internet *Phone Answering meRCedes ‘79 450 SL with hard top. 670 auto service the Club steering wheel locks 2 each
316 Clothes 5269 *Conference Rooms *Offices Completely rebuilt. 20K obo. (650)851- new. $ 20.00 (650)871-8907
*Complete IT Services * Mail 0878
5 boxes male & female square dance
clothing. Excellent Condition. As a
omt table, excellent condition, fold-
ing, $25, (650) 552-9556. (650) 373-2000 meRCedes ‘89 300e, Low Miles, Excel. aa smoG White staR Tire Chains, never used.
P195/75R14. $25 obo. (650)745-6309.
bunch $200 Maryann (650)574-4439. Radiation PRoteCtion 1/2-apron
bay area executive offices Condition, Good Engine, Needs paint, Complete Repair & Service
Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta- $13,900 (650)355-0259 Leave msg. $39.75 plus certificate fee 680 autos Wanted
box of used men's Levi's and misc. ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227- (most cars)
jeans $99.00 or best offer fair condition 7742. 630 trucks & suV’s 869 California Drive .
(650)589-0764 Burlingame
daWGs bRand Kaymann black and
620 automobiles foRd 1994-PiCkuP truck F-100,V6,
140,000 original miles $6500, (650)589- (650) 340-0492
Cash 4 CaRs
white snake print loafers size 7 (9.3”) $25 Garage sales 1994 mitsubishi 3000 GT- VR4 Twin 6940 Trucks & Equipment
(650)369-2486 Turbo Perfect Cont. Asking $30,000
faux fuR Coat Woman's brown multi
(650)315-2959 (650)558-8555
635 Vans 650.315.3240
color in excellent condition
length $50 (650)692-8012
GaRaGe sales 1999 CadillaC DeVille Contour-Paid
$6,000 Sell $3,000 Good Condition
West Coast
auto services
toyota ‘08 SIENNA LE, excellent con-
Genuine ladies Mink Fur Jacket,
$50.00 Call: (650)368-0748.
estate sales (650)315-2954 or (650)558-8555 dition, camera, bluetooth, trailer, 94K
miles. $9,000. text (925)786-5545 See Cash discounts, DMV Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
Novas, running or not
don’t lose money craigslist for pics. Services Parts collection etc.
kayano men’s Running shoes size 11 make money, make room!
good condition $20 (650)520-7045 on a trade-in or 640 motorcycles/scooters 786 El Camino Real So clean out that garage
Give me a call
consignment! South San Francisco, CA 94080
ladies ClothinG, some w/tags.
$99.00 (650)589-0764.
List your upcoming bmW ‘03 F650 GS, $3899 OBO. Call (650)588-8993
Joe 650 342-2483

ladies sequin dress, blue, size XL,

garage sale, sell your vehicle in the (650) 995-0003

pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 moving sale, daily Journal’s motoRCyCle saddlebaGs,
with mounting hardware and other parts
auto Classifieds. 670 auto Parts
men's stetson hat, size large, new,
rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 estate sale, $35. Call (650)670-2888
1960s CadillaC hub caps $40
(650) 578-9208
yard sale, Just $45 645 boats (650)592-3887
neW With tags Wool or cotton Men's
pullover sweaters (XL) $15/each rummage sale, We’ll run it boat- 7 FT Livingston Fiber Glass., 2.5 bRidGestone alenza 235/65R17,
‘til you sell it! HP. NIssan Outboard Motor. $800.
clearance sale, or (650) 591-5404.
$50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty,
used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
tuxedo size 40, black, including white
shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189 whatever sale you Reach 83,450 drivers boat-RaCinG C-Class, 40 hp
CheVy/GmC 1994. Full size. Front
Wilson leatheR Lady Jacket. Small, have... from south sf to Tohatsu Engine, Spare Parts included
$2,000 obo Call Vince (650)515-6091 plastic/bumper/grill complete. Perfect
like new. $45. (808)863-1136. Palo alto Photos. San Mateo $75 (650)727-7266
malibu 24 ft with tower. Completely re-
Wilson leatheR, burgundy lady jack- Call (650)344-5200
et, Small, like new $45 (808)863-1136 Reach over 83,450 readers
built and re-finished. Boat and Motor.
20K obo. (650)851-0878.
Gm tRuCk/suV 1994? Large Vehicle.
Front Bumper/plastic/grill unit
WoRk boots. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
from South San Francisco complete/perfect. Perfect/photos availa-
sea Ray 16 ft . I/B. $1,200. Needs
brown, with steel metatarsal protection. to Palo Alto. Upholstery. Call (650)898-5732.
ble .$75. (650)727-7266
In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494
in your local newspaper. CadillaC ’90 El Dorado Runs Great, mini CooPeR- Hood Best offer-
318 sports equipment 128,000 miles, $2000 (650)922-9114 650 RVs Call Don(415)309-3892

15 sf Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds,

Call (650)344-5200 CheVRolet ‘86 ASTROVAN, 84K Gulf stReam, Sun Voyager ‘04. PeeRless tiRe Chains, used a few
miles, $3000 (650)481-5296 36 ft, Excellent Condition. $39,500. times. Fits several sizes P165-225. $20
Jeff Kent, JT Snow. 6' x 2.5' Unused. $4 650-349-3087. obo. (650)745-6309
each. $35 all. (650)588-1946 San Bruno CheVy ‘08 hhR - Grey, spunky car
loaded, even seat warmers, $9,500.
biG beRtha, Golfsmith Titanium Driver (408)807-6529.

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,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
(415)999-4474 379 open houses CheVy ‘10 HHR . 68K. EXCELLENT
CONDITION. $8888. (650)274-8284.

Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Nichols Lewis

boW flex Max Trainer M-3-Very Good
Condition, Like New, Assembled, Paid dodGe ‘99 maintenanCe Van, ,
$1200 asking $800 Call Michael $2,500 OBO Good condition. Call
(650)784-1061. oPen house (650)481-5296
ACROSS DOWN 34 Uses a swizzle 54 Use the good
bRand neW Golf bag with Stand.
listinGs Got an oldeR 1 Los Angeles 1 Authentic stick china, say
player 2 Diva’s moment 35 Daysail 55 Healthful
Makes a great gift. $70. 415-867-6444.
CaR, boat, oR RV?
bRand neW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
List your Open House
Do the humane thing. 4 Dancer Charisse 3 West African destination getaway
7 1938 “The War of country
Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
gift $99. 415-867-6444. Donate it to the 43 Mike Trout and 56 Despot portrayed
in the Daily Journal. Humane Society.
the Worlds” radio 4 Atlanta-based Mickey Mantle, by Forest
Call 1- 866-899-3051
broadcaster health agcy.
easton aluminum bat.33 inches, 30
oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513 by pos. 57 Drink from a
Reach over 83,450 10 Chewed-over 5 Traffic directive 44 Hectic hosp. kettle
elliPtiCal-noRdiC tRaCk Like new
Barely Used, Paid $600, Asking $300 potential home buyers & hyundai 2013 Tucson Limited Edi- material 6 Guess apparel areas 58 “The Simpsons”
obo. (650)235-0066. renters a day, tion White, Automatic 6-cyl, naviga-
tion, heated front seats, panoramic 13 The Obama 7 Luxury voyage 50 More pleasant disco guy
eVeRlast 80# MMA Heavy Bag and from South San Francisco roof, leather interior 80k miles excel- years, e.g. vessel 51 Grenoble’s river 59 Cariou of “Blue
Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
to Palo Alto.
lent condition $10,950 OBO. Text or 14 Cube that rolls 8 Seriously 52 British bombshell Bloods”
15 “The Murders in
leave msg (650)533-0671.
Golf Clubs {13}, Bag, & Pull Cart all--
in your local newspaper. overcooked Diana 60 Actor Beatty
$90.00 (650)341-8342
the __ Morgue” 9 “Capisce?”
16 Harlem 10 Shrewd
Golf Clubs, used set with Cart for mazda ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con-
$50. (650)593-4490 Call (650)344-5200 dition One owner Fully loaded Low
Globetrotters 11 Car service app
miles reduced $16,995 obo (650)520-
Guthy-RenkeR PoWeR Rider,Ever- 4650 promoter 12 Floor sample
Saperstein 19 1989 Al Pacino
last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
erciser $20 (510)770-1976
mazda 2016 Sky Active one owner per- 17 Feel out of sorts thriller
440 apartments 18 Official reproach 22 Website’s list of
knee RideR $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269 fect condition 4DR Silver Low miles
$19,995 OBO (650)520-4650
men's RossiGnol Skis. $95.00,
aPaRtment foR Rent-1br, 2br, 3br; 20 Diamond, for one browser data
21 Not of the clergy
good condition, (650)341-0282.
Prime Location, Quiet Buildings, No nissan ‘84 300zx Former Drift Car No
23 Peaceful ’60s
engine/Transmission $1,200
24 Magic ring-
one dozen Official League Diamond Smoking, No Pets, $2100.00 and up
Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger (650)579-0805 (650)341-1306
(650)771-6324. protest wielding
24 Sandwich with superhero
PontiaC 1997 Passenger Van. Alumi-
num Rims with good tires. Needs engine
PoP uP tent. Sleeps. 2-3. Like new. In- 470 Rooms tzatziki sauce
flatable camping bed. Sleeping bag. work! $900. Call (650)365-8287 or cell 26 Get beaten
25 Vermeer, notably 27 “House” actor
$50.00. (650)588-0842. 9650)714-3865.

28 Cold response?
hiP housinG
PRinCe tennis 2 section nylon black Non-Profit Home Sharing Program toyota ‘13 Corolla - Black, Excellent Omar
Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket- San Mateo County condition Like new, Automatic, One own-
er, $7,295.00 (650)212-6666. 31 Actor Pesci 28 Borders on
32 __ Free: caffeine-
29 Sir Arthur __
total Gym XLS, excellent condition. 625 Classic Cars free soda Doyle
36 They’re bound
Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
(650)588-0828 485 Residential Care 30 Spicy Mexican
to sell
CadillaC ‘85 Classic El Dorado
44,632 original miles. Needs body work wraps
37 CIO partner 33 Serves as
touRedGe ReaCtion ii uniflex sys- and headliner $2,975 OBO (650)218-
tem 8 irons 3-9 and pitch irons VoRalto VillaGe
38 Hides from
new $75. Call May (650)349-0430
at menlo PaRk matchmaker 09/12/18
tReadmill in very good condition. Pic- CheVy ‘55 BEL AIR 2 door, Standard animals
ture available on request. $50 obo. A welcoming and spa-like secured
memory care community nestled in a
Transmission V8 Motor, non-op $22,000
obo. (650)952-4036. 39 Remove, as a
650 322 9598.
residential neighborhood just blocks knot
tReadmill-hoRizon like New, limit- from downtown Menlo Park CheVy ‘86 CoRVette. Automatic. 40 10% of MDX
41 Poky one
ed use, Paid $750-Asking $450 OBO 93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800
(650)508-8662 Call today to schedule a Visit obo. (650) 952-4036.
(650)322-4100 42 London gallery
43 Unisex fragrance
tRek mountain train tag a long; exec CoRVette ‘69 350 4-sPeed. 50k
condition;$75;will text photo; (650)218- miles. $19,000 OBO or trade for ‘50
0121 San Carlos Oldsmobile Cpe.. (650)481-5296. 45 Strings for
46 “Just like that!”
VintaGe nash Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439 sound
WoRkout benCh, weights, bars, for 47 High
flat/incline bench and legs. $100. temperature
48 Abbr. in job titles
yamaha Roof RACK, 58 inches $75. 49 2001 Pixar hit,
and a hint to the

340 Camera & Photo equip. start of 19-, 22-

and 24-Down
nikon 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044 52 Spanish
omeGa b600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En- 53 Poker variety
larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940 55 Formally ask for
ViVitaR V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and 58 Ignore the alarm
original manual. Like new. $99 SSF clock
(650)583-6636 61 Come before
345 medical equipment 62 Ceramic
casserole dish
adJustable bath shower transfer 63 Ancient land
bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976 in the Fertile
Crescent By C.C. Burnikel
dRiVe 3-in-1 commode with seat,buck-
64 Still going on ©2018 Tribune Content Agency, LLC
et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
dRiVe deluxe two button walker $10
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Trump-backed ex-cop gets GOP nod for House in N.H.
By Holly Ramer four nonconsecutive terms resulted in a
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS swarm of candidates seeking to replace her,
including Levi Sanders, son of Vermont sen-
CONCORD, N. H. — A black former ator and former presidential hopeful Bernie
police chief backed by the Trump adminis- Sanders. He came up far short Tuesday in an
tration won the Republican nomination 11-way race won by restaurateur Chris
Tuesday in New Hampshire’s toss-up con- Pappas, who would be New Hampshire’s first
gressional district, while Democrats picked openly gay member of Congress.
experienced, establishment-backed nomi- Former Obama administration official
nees for both that seat and for governor. Maura Sullivan raised more money than the
Eddie Edwards, who was endorsed by other 10 candidates combined, but she faced
Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, defeated six criticism for being both new to the state and
Republican opponents in the 1st voting in general, having just moved to
Congressional District, which covers the New Hampshire last year and acknowledg-
eastern half of the state. A Navy veteran ing she failed to vote in several recent elec-
who also served as enforcement chief for the tions.
state liquor commission, Edwards is the sec- Pappas is a former state lawmaker who is
ond African-American to be nominated to a serving his third term on the governor’s
U.S. House seat in New Hampshire. Executive Council and runs a family restau-
The district, which covers the eastern half rant in Manchester. He had the backing of
of the state, was once reliably Republican the state’s two Democratic U.S. senators,
but has flipped in each of the past four and said he was proud that most of the
cycles. In 2016, it returned Democrat Carol money he raised came from within the state.
Shea-Porter to Congress but backed Pappas told supporters Tuesday evening
Eddie Edwards, who was endorsed by Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, defeated six Republican President Donald Trump. his campaign will be about decency, unity
opponents in the 1st Congressional District, which covers the eastern half of the state. Shea-Porter’s decision to step down after and progress.

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Russia launches biggest war games in decades involving China

By Vladimir Isachenkov deploying the THAAD missile defense sys-
and Sergei Grits tem in South Korea, relieve it of any need
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to take Washington’s views into considera-
tion when deepening strategic trust with
CHITA, Russia — Russia on Tuesday Moscow.
launched its largest military exercise since “The war games have laid a foundation for
the Cold War, war games that will also China and Russia to enhance cooperation
involve thousands of Chinese troops in a on international arena and will lift the com-
show of burgeoning military ties between bat proficiency of both sides,” he said.
Moscow and Beijing amid spiraling ten- The Chinese media touted the Chinese
sions with the West. involvement in the maneuvers as the coun-
Moscow said the Vostok (East) 2018 try’s largest-ever dispatch of forces abroad
maneuvers will span vast expanses of for war games.
Siberia and the Far East and involve nearly Some noted that the People’s Liberation
300,000 Russian troops, more than 1,000 Army, which hasn’t fought a war since the
aircraft, about 36,000 tanks and other mil- attempted invasion of Vietnam in 1979, is
itary vehicles and 80 warships. keen to learn from Russia’s experience in
China is sending about 3,200 troops, the Syrian campaign, where it tested its lat-
900 combat vehicles and 30 aircraft to join est weapons and tactics.
the drills at a Siberian firing range, a sig- From China’s perspective, the emerging
nificant deployment that reflects its shift military alliance with Russia sends a
toward a full-fledged military alliance with strong signal to the U.S. and its ally Japan
Russia. Mongolia also has sent a military as Beijing moves to defend its interests in
contingent. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping attend a meeting with the South China Sea, which China claims
As the maneuvers kicked off, Chinese participants of a round table discussion on Russia-China Cooperation on the sidelines of the virtually in its entirety, as well as Taiwan
President Xi Jinping visited Russia Tuesday Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, Russia. and the Senkaku and Diaoyu islands con-
to attend an economic forum in expressing their shared opposition to the “They feel they need to embrace to deal trolled by Japan but claimed by Beijing.
Vladivostok. President Vladimir Putin “unipolar” world, the term they use to with the increasingly high pressure and Hong Kong-based commentator Song
treated Xi to pancakes with caviar and shots describe perceived U.S. global domination. containment from the U.S.,” said Yue Gang, Zhongping said China is anxious to acquire
of vodka in a show of their warm personal Some experts pointed that the U. S. a military expert and retired Chinese army more experience in large-scale operations
ties. helped spawn closer Russia-China military colonel. that might become a factor in a conflict
Moscow and Beijing have forged what ties by labeling them strategic competi- He noted that China feels that the U.S.’s with the U.S. and others over territorial
they described as a “strategic partnership,” tors. hostile attitude and actions, such as claims in Asia.

Iran relocates consulate in Bus accident in south capital, Transport Minister P. Maneder
Around the world Reddy said. The overcrowded bus pitched
Iraq’s Basra following unrest India kills at least 55 people into a gorge.
Angry demonstrators torched nearly
BASRA, Iraq — Iran’s ambassador to Iraq every government building in Basra last HYDERABAD, India — A bus carrying Crowds often throng the temple on
says his country is relocating its consulate week as well as the offices of several Iran- pilgrims from a Hindu temple in the hills of Tuesdays. The temple is dedicated to the
in Basra, after demonstrators burned down backed militias that operate in the city. south India plunged off a road Tuesday, Hindu god Hanuman, and Tuesdays are seen
the old one four days ago. Ambassador Iraj Masjedi on Tuesday said killing at least 55 people including four as auspicious for offering prayers to him.
Protests in the oil-rich city that began the old consular building was “completely children, officials said. At least 33 others Passersby rushed to help after the bus
over failing services and contaminated burned.” It was occupied and torched on were injured. crashed, mangling the front of the vehicle.
drinking water have morphed into a con- Friday. Protesters returned to the streets The driver lost control as he hit a speed Volunteers crawled into the bus through
demnation of Iraq’s entire political class, as Monday night to chant against Prime bump on a road leading from the popular broken windows, carrying the dead and
well as of Iran, which holds a large sway Minister Haidar al-Abadi and Basra Anjaneya Swamy temple in Telangana state, injured though thick grass and up the hill to
over politics. Governor Asaad al-Aidani. about 118 miles from Hyderabad, the state the road.