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South City OKs housing policy
Officials approve inclusionary zoning to build more affordable units, despite cost concerns
By Austin Walsh expand the pol- affordable housing construction direction to be able to provide increase to 15 percent. Builders
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF icy requiring by empowering local officials, some units at an affordable rate,” seeking to avoid building the
builders to set a with an eye on combating she said, according to video of the affordable units will be allowed to
Officials approved broadening portion of new California’s housing crisis. meeting. “And I’m sorry, I’m just pay an in-lieu fee of $308,000 per
the reach of South San Francisco’s for-rent proj- Mayor Liza Normandy said she not for market rate in South San unit.
inclusionary housing policy to ects aside at an supported the proposal as a means Francisco any longer. There has to The proposal was unpopular
include rental units, despite con- affordable rate. of assuring new, affordable units be some kind of balance.” with representatives from housing
cerns that the initiative may stifle The decision are built in South San Francisco Under the decision, 10 percent development companies who
further residential development. Thursday, Sept. following an extended stretch of of all new rental projects as of sought an exemption, with con-
The South San Francisco City 13, is aligned Liza Normandy constructing market-rate projects. Thursday, Nov. 1, will be required cerns that mandates would render
Council agreed, with Councilman with an effort “We have an opportunity based to be set aside at an affordable rate.
Pradeep Gupta dissenting, to by state lawmakers to facilitate on the housing subcommittee’s Next year, that mandate will See HOUSING, Page 18

Hearing set to be
a showdown with
nominee, accuser
New revelations putting skid on Kavanaugh’s
once smooth nomination to Supreme Court
By Alan Fran and Lisa Mascaro Grassley, R-
panel would
WASHINGTON — Republicans hold a hearing
on Monday abruptly called Brett next Monday
Kavanaugh and the woman accus- “to provide
ing him of sexual assault decades ample trans-
ago to testify publicly next week, parency.”
grudgingly setting up a dramatic The move
JOEL WADE PHOTOGRAPHY showdown they hoped would pre- Brett f o r c e d
Dancing and music will be well represented during the Oktoberfest celebration that launches in Redwood City vent the allegation from sinking Republicans to
Wednesday. Below, there will be kegs and beer aplenty at the Oktoberfest celebration. his nomination to the Supreme put off a
Court. planned committee vote for

Oktoberfest returns Senate leaders announced the
move under pressure from fellow
Republicans who wanted a fuller,
open examination of the allega-
Thursday on Kavanaugh’s nomina-
tion. The delay makes it increas-
ingly difficult for Kavanaugh to
win approval by Oct. 1, when the
new session of the Supreme Court
Redwood City celebration runs from Sept. 19-23 tions from Christine Blasey Ford,
a college professor in California. begins. It also sets up a public,
televised airing of sexual miscon-
After initially suggesting a pri-
By Zachary Clark vate conference call on the matter duct allegations, reminiscent of
would suffice, Senate Judiciary
Committee Chairman Chuck See JUSTICE, Page 19
Steins brimming with beer,
grilled bratwurst and traditional
German dancing are a few of the
main attractions at Oktoberfest in
Speier pushes for federal funding
Redwood City, which will take
over Courthouse Square from Sept.
19 to 23.
to help preserve San Francisco Bay
By Anna Schuessler Dubbed the
“Often [Oktoberfests] are an art DAILY JOURNAL STAFF San Francisco
and wine affair with a German vibe, B a y
but ours is different,” said Lucas Thriving Bayside wetlands and Res t o rat i o n
Wilder, management analyst for improved flood protections are Act, the bill
the city. “People like it because if among the improvements U. S. would authorize
you saw movies that showcase Rep. Jackie Speier, D-San Mateo, $25 million
Oktoberfest — that’s how [the is hoping will come to pass if a annually for
Redwood City event] looks.” bill she reintroduced earlier this Jackie Speier five years to the
month is successful in boosting
See FEST, Page 18 funding for the San Francisco Bay. See BAY, Page 19
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2 Tuesday • Sept 18, 2018 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day
“We want the facts to fit the preconceptions.
When they don’t it is easier to ignore the
facts than to change the preconceptions.”
— Jessamyn West, American author (1902-1984).

This Day in History
Newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst was

1975 captured by the FBI in San Francisco,
19 months after being kidnapped by
the Symbionese Liberation Army.
In 1 7 5 9 , the French formally surrendered Quebec to the
In 1 7 9 3 , President George Washington laid the corner-
stone of the U.S. Capitol.
In 1 8 5 0 , Congress passed the Fugitive Slave Act, which
created a force of federal commissioners charged with return-
ing escaped slaves to their owners.
In 1 8 5 1 , the first edition of The New York Times was pub-
In 1 9 4 7 , the National Security Act, which created a
National Military Establishment and the position of
Secretary of Defense, went into effect.
In 1 9 5 9 , during his U.S. tour, Soviet leader Nikita
Khrushchev visited Wall Street, the Empire State Building
and the grave of President Franklin D. Roosevelt; in a JONATHAN DRAKE/REUTERS
speech to the U.N. General Assembly, Khrushchev called on Jimmy Shackleford transports his son Jim Shackleford and his wife Lisa, and their pets Izzy, Bella and Nala (in the cage) in the
all countries to disarm. bucket of his tractor as the Northeast Cape Fear River breaks its banks during flooding in Burgaw, North Carolina.
In 1 9 6 1 , United Nations Secretary-General Dag
Hammarskjold (dahg HAWM’-ahr-shoold) was killed in a
plane crash in northern Rhodesia.
In other news ...
In 1 9 7 0 , rock star Jimi Hendrix died in London at age 27. ‘GoT,’‘Mrs. Maisel’ series or movie for “Seven Seconds,”
which tracks the fallout from a white
In 1 9 8 7 , the psychological thriller “Fatal Attraction,” triumph at Emmys police officer’s traffic accident involv-
starring Michael Douglas and Glenn Close, was released by ing a black teenager.
Paramount Pictures. LOS ANGELES — Amazon’s “The
Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” became the She was followed by Darren Criss,
In 1 9 9 4 , tennis star Vitas Gerulaitis, 40, was found dead in first streaming series to win top Emmy who won the lead acting award for the
the guest cottage of a friend’s home in Southampton, New comedy honors and HBO’s “Game of miniseries “The Assassination of
York, of accidental carbon monoxide poisoning. Thrones” recaptured the best drama Gianni Versace” and who is of Filipino
series award Monday at a ceremony that descent.
Birthdays largely slighted its most ethnically
diverse field of nominees ever.
Thandie Newton won best supporting
drama actress for “Westworld,” and
“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” Peter Dinklage added a third trophy to
Amazon’s freshman sitcom about an his collection for “Game of Thrones.”
Rachel Brosnahan, who stars in Bill Hader collected the best comedy
unhappy 1950s homemaker liberated
Amazon’s ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ actor award for “Barry,” a dark comedy
by stand-up comedy, earned best actress
kisses her Emmy after winning best about a hired killer who stumbles into a
honors for star Rachel Brosnahan.
actress honors. possible acting career.
Her castmate Alex Borstein earned
the supporting actress trophy and the ing, won despite competition from Henry Winkler, aka “The Fonz,” won
series creator, Amy Sherman- defending champ “The Handmaid’s a supporting actor award — his first
College football Palladino, nabbed writing and directing Tale.” Emmy — for “Barry,” four decades after
Singer Frankie Hall of Famer Actress Aisha Tyler awards. In a ceremony that started out con- gaining fame for his role in “Happy
Avalon is 78. Billy Sims is 63. is 48. Claire Foy of “The Crown” and gratulating TV academy voters for the Days.”
Matthew Rhys of “The Americans” won most ethnically diverse field of nomi- “If you stay at the table long enough,
Singer Jimmie Rodgers is 85. Actor Robert Blake is 85. top drama acting Emmys, their first tro- nees ever, the early awards all went to the chips come to you. Tonight, I got
Actor Fred Willard is 85. Actor Eddie Jones is 84. Gospel phies for the roles and last chance to whites. to clear the table,” an ebullient Winkler
singer Bobby Jones is 80. Actress Beth Grant is 69. Rock claim them, with Foy’s role as Queen “Let’s get it trending: said, with an equally delighted auditori-
musician Kerry Livgren is 69. Actress Anna Deavere Smith is Elizabeth II going to another actress (hash)EmmysSoWhite,” presenter um audience rising to give him a stand-
68. The U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, and Rhys’ show wrapped. James Corden joked at the midway ing ovation. To his grown children, he
Ben Carson, is 67. Basketball Hall of Fame coach Rick Pitino The field bested by Foy included last point, riffing off an earlier tribute to said: “You can go to bed now, daddy
is 66. Movie director Mark Romanek is 59. Baseball Hall of year’s winner Elisabeth Moss for “The Betty White. won!”
Famer Ryne Sandberg is 59. Alt-country-rock musician Mark Handmaid’s Tale” and Sandra Oh of “I want to say six awards, all white The biggest award so far won by a
Olson is 57. Singer Joanne Catherall (Human League) is 56. “Killing Eve,” who would have been winners, and nobody has thanked Jesus broadcast network was “Saturday Night
Actress Holly Robinson Peete is 54. Rhythm-and-blues the first actor of Asian descent to get a yet,” co-host Michael Che said, refer- Live” for best variety sketch series.
singer Ricky Bell (Bell Biv Devoe and New Edition) is 51. top drama award. ring back to his earlier joke that only The Emmys had a real-life dramatic
Former racing cyclist Lance Armstrong is 47. Opera singer “This wasn’t supposed to happen,” African-American and Republican win- moment when winning director Glenn
Anna Netrebko is 47. Actress Jada Pinkett Smith is 47. Actor said a startled Foy. ners do. Weiss, noting his mother had died two
“Game of Thrones,” which sat out Then Regina King broke the string, weeks ago, proposed to his girlfriend,
James Marsden is 45. Actress Emily Rutherfurd is 44. Actor
last year’s Emmys because of schedul- with a best actress trophy in a limited Jan Svendsen.
Travis Schuldt is 44. Rapper Xzibit is 44.

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and possession of a controlled substance on
Baby-sitter faces long prison term Police reports Rollins Road, it was reported at 5:41 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 5.
Lewd acts alleged among middle school boys Funny money
A man was cited for possession of a
Sho pl i fti ng . A resident of San Francisco
was arrested and transported to County Jail
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT and their parents as a baby-sitter, Gutierrez controlled substance and counterfeit after stealing $2,086 worth of items from a
Monney is said to have driven the boys U.S. currency on San Carlos Avenue, it grocery store on El Camino Real, it was
A Redwood City man accused of molesting home from school, taken them to movies was reported at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, reported at 7:28 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5.
two children and communicating with three and slept over at some of their homes and Sept. 6. Sho pl i fti ng . A man was cited for two war-
others with the intent of engaging in a sex invited at least four of them to sleep over at rants one with the San Francisco Police
act earlier this year is facing 25 years to life his home between May 1 and Sept. 6, Department and one out of state warrant; he
in prison for 10 felony charges, according according to prosecutors. BURLINGAME was shoplifting $185 of goods from a store
to the San Mateo County Reckl es s dri v ers . Someone was seen on El Camino Real, it was reported at 1:20
He allegedly touched the genitals of two
District Attorney’s driving recklessly on Burlingame Avenue a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5.
of the victims during sleepovers in May of
Office. 2018 and sent Snapchats to the three other near Rollins Road, it was reported at 6:16 Mi s demeano r warrant. An Oakland resi-
Arraigned Monday, 32- victims requesting photos of them. A friend Thursday, Sept. 6. dent was arrested and booked into County
year-old Angel Leopoldo of one of the victims allegedly told his Grand theft. Someone stole a tablet from a Jail for misdemeanor warrants with the
Gutierrez Monney, is in father about Gutierrez Monney regularly bar on Park Road, it was reported at 3:27 BART Police Department; he was found in
custody on $2 million purchasing video games and gifts for the p.m. Thursday, Sept. 6. possession of a glass pipe, it was reported
bail after a friend of one boys and hanging out with children much Burg l ary. Someone broke into laundry at 12:43 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5.
of the five victims, male younger than him, causing the man to call machines and stole coins from them on
students between the
Angel Monney ages of 10 and 13 at the Detective Bureau Sept. 4 to report a pos- Airport Boulevard, it was reported at 12:53 SAN CARLOS
sible child predator, according to prosecu- p.m. Monday, Sept. 3.
Tierra Linda Middle Mal i ci o us mi s chi ef. Someone spray- Mi s demeano r warrant arres t. A man
tors and sheriff’s detectives. was arrested and transported to County Jail
School in San Carlos, told his father about painted a wall on Burlingame Avenue, it was
Gutierrez Monney’s suspicious behavior The county’s private defender program for a misdemeanor warrant out of San Mateo
reported at 10:09 a.m. Monday, Sept. 3.
earlier this month, according to prosecutors was appointed to represent Gutierrez County Sherrif’s Office; he was found with a
and the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office. Monney when he appeared in court Monday, MILLBRAE controlled substance and drug paraphernalia
Gutierrez Monney allegedly did not meet and he will next appear in court Sept. 24 for it happened on Dartmouth Avenue, it was
appearance of a designated attorney and Tres pas s . A man was cited for trespassing reported at 12:19 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11.
the students through the school, and was
employed as a ride-hailing driver and part- entry of plea, according to prosecutors.
time baby-sitter with a child care website, If you or your children had any contact
according to prosecutors and sheriff’s detec- with Gutierrez Monney call Detective J.
tives. Myers (650) 363-4050 or Detective J. Fava
Believed to have befriended the children at (650) 363-4192.
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South San Francisco school district race is on
Candidates rally campaigns to fill three open spaces on unified district board
By Austin Walsh them and creating a committee to apply for
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF them would help our district,” she said.
Baker said partnering with some of the
The race is forming for the South San development companies which are building
Francisco Unified School District Board of the many housing projects under construc-
Trustees, as candidates seek to offer some tion in South San Francisco currently could
stability to a school system serving a com- be a worthy venture too.
munity in transition. He added it would be unlikely to expect
Incumbent John Baker is running along- residents to support another tax measure to
side challengers Kristina Anderson, Eddie John Baker Eddie Flores Reem Nasrah Mina Richardson shore up the district’s finances, since faith
Flores, Patty Gomez, Maria Gonzalez, in officials is shaken through the misman-
Reem Nasrah, Mina Richardson and Chad ing the district remain focused on improv- working with local labor unions as poten- agement of the bond program.
Ryan, as the candidates vie for the three ing education opportunities for students tial partners. Flores too acknowledged the communi-
open seats. Incumbents Rosa Acosta and through the transition. “I would recognize that value of having ty’s frustration with the bond measure, and
Patrick Lucy chose not to seek re-election One of those key goals is closing the those partnerships, ” said Richardson, expressed a commitment to learning from
this fall, while candidates Anderson, achievement gap which exists among dis- whose children graduated from the district. the lessons of the previous struggles.
Gomez, Gonzalez and Ryan could not be trict students, said Flores, who also serves For her part, Nasrah concurred more voca- “It left so much to be desired, but we can-
reached to participate in the Daily Journal’s on the city’s Park and Recreation tional training would be useful for students, not give up. Measure J was not an easy
endorsement process. Commission. while also keeping an eye to building softer thing for the community,” he said.
As residential development continues to To overcome that hurdle, Flores suggested skills through programs such as art, music Richardson also recognized the difficul-
sweep across South San Francisco, bring- it would be a worthy initiative to collabo- and physical education. ties around the bond, and suggested in the
ing demographic and quality of life changes rate with families and community partners Beyond her programmatic proposals, future officials should rely on the wisdom of
to the school system, Baker relied on his such as other local businesses and the coun- Nasrah, who has three children in the dis- local trade unions to avoid similar issues.
experience as a key asset in his campaign. ty community college district. trict, said she maintains concerns regarding “We got to trust the trades to tell us what
“This is a changing time for our commu- “We have to be able to look outside the the school system’s facilities too. Officials to do, because we cannot leave it to the
nity, and we need to be able to adapt to that box,” said Flores. have grappled for years with the difficulties administration in the school district,” she
change,” said Baker, who was appointed to Richardson agreed it would benefit local stemming from a mismanaged bond spend- said.
fill the void left by former trustee Maurice students to expand the district’s program- ing program, which resulted in the district For Nasrah, she said the hard lessons
Goodman’s departure to the San Mateo ming as well, and pointed to job training needing to draw from its general fund to learned will help the district improve as it
County Community College District Board programs offered by those in the city’s complete ongoing projects. looks to the future and addressing the needs
of Trustees. Baker was elected to a two-year biotech business community as evidence of To address the financial hurdles presented of its students.
term eight months later. those efforts already implemented. by the Measure J trouble, Nasrah said offi- “All of Measure J was really unfortunate. I
With at least two new board members She said she would like to further that ini- cials should seek outside assistance from think there were oversights by a lot of peo-
coming next year, Baker said his breadth of tiative by developing the district’s voca- partner agencies to help right the ship. ple. But we learn from our mistakes and we
knowledge can be a vital resource in help- tional training program, and suggested “I think that getting grants and creating will try to make it better,” she said.

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Nick Evangelos Peponis
Japanese billionaire gets moon flight invite
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS guests to be exact amount. in 1972.
Nick Evangelos Peponis, born inspired to cre- He said Maezawa, founder of The mission will not involve a
Dec. 2, 1930, Levidi, Greece, died LOS ANGELES — Japanese bil- ate once they Japan’s largest retail website and lunar landing.
Sept. 12, 2018, at A. M. lionaire Yusaku Maezawa said return to Earth one the country’s richest people, On its website, SpaceX is touting
Residential Care Home in Monday that he plans to blast off on “to inspire the came to SpaceX with the idea for the the “first passenger on lunar BFR
Burlingame, California. the first-ever commercial trip dreamer in all of flight. mission,” implying there will be
Mr. Peponis immigrated to the around the moon and will invite six us.” SpaceX founder Elon Musk says more moon trips.
United States to eight artists, architects, design- “I wish to cre- the BFR is still in development and Astronauts last visited the moon
Ge n e s e o , ers and other creative people on the ate amazing will make several unmanned test during NASA’s Apollo program.
Illinois after weeklong journey. Yusaku works of art for launches before it takes on passen- Twenty-four men flew to the moon
graduating from The SpaceX Big Falcon Rocket is h um a n k i n d, ” gers. The reusable 118-meter (387- from 1968 through 1972 and half of
high school in scheduled to make the trip in 2023,
Maezawa said. foot) rocket will have its own dedi- them made it to the lunar surface.
Greece to work Maezawa and company founder Elon “Just thinking about it now gets cated passenger ship. NASA is planning its own lunar
with his Uncle Musk announced at an event my heart racing.” The average distance from Earth flyby with a crew around 2023. The
Dennis at John Monday at its headquarters near Los Musk said the billionaire will to the moon is about 237,685 miles space agency also aims to build a
Deere for some Angeles. pay “a lot of money” for the lunar (382,500 kilometers). No one has staffed gateway near the moon dur-
years. He Maezawa, 42, said he wants his orbit but he declined to disclose the been there since an Apollo mission ing the 2020s.
Nick Peponis moved to
California in
1969 and eventually bought a
retail-wholesale business in San
Jose, California making strudel
California deputy killed during shootout with suspect
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “It’s incredibly difficult for all of engaged the subject he turned as if to Monday’s shooting was the second
filo, Greek pastries, and sold us,” Jones said outside the scene. run or flee and then immediately fatal incident for the Sacramento
imported Greek products. RANCHO CORDOVA — One turned around and started firing with- County sheriff. Deputy Robert
Preceded in death by ex-wife The suspect and a bystander were
Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy also shot. Jones said he did not know out warning,” Jones said. French was killed and two California
Stacia Peponis. Survived by two was killed Monday and another Highway Patrol officers were wound-
stepdaughters: Sharon A. Jackson the suspect’s specific condition but Stasyuk was struck in the “upper
wounded after exchanging gunfire that he was alert and talking to offi- body,” Jones said, while Robertson ed last August during an investigation
of Sequim, Washington, and Mary with a suspect at an auto shop just into a car-theft ring in an unincorpo-
H. Medeiros of Azores, Portugal. cers and was expected to survive. The was hit in the arm. She returned fire as
outside of the capital city. bystander suffered non-life threaten- the suspect fled. He was taken into rated area outside Sacramento.
Funeral Service will be 11 a.m. A man, whose identity has was not
Friday, Sept. 21, 2018, at the ing injuries, Jones said. custody by to other officers, who also
released, shot and killed 27-year-old Stasyuk had been with the depart-
Greek Orthodox Church of the The suspect fired at Stasyuk and exchanged gunfire with him.
Deputy Mark Stasyuk and injured ment for nearly five years, while
Holy Cross, 900 Alameda de las Deputy Julie Robertson, 28, said Robertson as soon as they encoun- Neither deputy was wearing a body Robertson has been there for two and
Pulgas in Belmont, California. Sheriff Scott Jones. They were tered him, Jones said. Neither knew camera. a half. Both were assigned to patrol in
Interment to follow at the Greek responding to a call about a dispute the suspect had a gun when they The incident shut down a busy road- Rancho Cordova, which contracts
Orthodox Memorial Park, 1148 El between the suspect and an employee approached. way in Rancho Cordova, a city just with the sheriff’s office for law-
Camino Real in Colma, CA. at Pep Boys auto shop. “As soon as they arrived and outside of Sacramento. enforcement services.

New rules for Belmont tion process, members will be even more participate in city events, debate and learn
Local brief engaged in the program and more closely about local government firsthand and pre-
youth advisory committee connected to their advisors. Members can pare themselves for college and life
Two-year terms will be offered to certain
reapply to the committee for up to three beyond. 
Belmont’s Youth Advisory Committee members of the committee so it doesn’t lose
terms. In the 2017-2018 school year, the coun-
now has term lengths up to two years long momentum throughout the summer, said
The committee was established in 2016 to cil interviewed and appointed all 14 appli-
and members will be interviewed and select- Parks and Recreation Director Brigitte
promote civic engagement, and 30 middle cants, including seven returning members.
ed by Parks and Recreation staff. Shearer.
school and high school students have par- This year, members were selected by early
And Parks and Recreation staff hopes that
The two rule changes were adopted by the ticipated in it since then. The program pro- September and the committee’s first event
by now handling the interview and selec-
City Council in August. vides an opportunity for young residents to is scheduled for Oct. 11. 
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New law to help sidewalk Swollen NC rivers near record levels THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

vendors operate legally WILMINGTON, N.C. — With Wilmington
cut off from the rest of North Carolina by
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS harassed and arrested. His office pointed to an
still-rising floodwaters from Florence, offi-
incident where a woman selling corn on a side-
SACRAMENTO — California Gov. Jerry cials plan to airlift food and water to a city
walk in Rancho Cucamonga was detained by
Brown has signed a bill to make it easier for of nearly 120,000 people as rescuers else-
Immigrations and Customs Enforcement and
sidewalk vendors to operate legally in the state. where pull inland residents from homes
later released by an immigration judge.
threatened by swollen rivers.
It’s one of dozens of bills Brown announced The other bills Brown announced signing
The spreading disaster claimed additional
signing Monday, including measures to help Monday include:
lives Sunday, with at least 17 people con-
voters ensure their mail ballots are counted and • SB759 requires counties tell voters if the firmed dead, and the nation’s top emergency U.S. COAST GUARD
standardize balcony inspections. signature on their ballot envelope doesn’t official said other states were in the path Officials in Wilmington, North Caolina plan to
The new sidewalk vending law will let cities match the one on file and give them an opportu- this week. airlift food and water to the city that has been
and counties create permit programs for vendors nity to fix it. It aims to ensure votes are counted
“Not only are you going to see more cut off by flooding.
and limits when they can be criminally prose- even if voters’ signatures have changed since
impact across North Carolina, ... but we’re
cuted. they registered. It takes effect immediately, in
also anticipating you are about to see a lot Philippines with strong winds and heavy
“We can start seeing sidewalk vendors for time for the November election. rain that left dozens dead. More than 2.4
of damage going through West Virginia, all
who they are - women and seniors, single par- • AB2218 creates a system that by 2020 will the way up to Ohio as the system exits out,” million people were evacuated from China’s
ents, and micro-business owners taking that let voters track their ballot through the mail. Brock Long of the Federal Emergency southern Guangdong province ahead of the
first step to starting their own business,” said The system will notify voters once their ballots Management Agency said Sunday on Fox massive typhoon, the strongest to hit the
Sen. Ricardo Lara, the Bell Gardens Democrat have been counted and send reminders to those News. region in nearly two decades.
who authored the bill, SB946. “Gov. Brown’s who haven’t yet mailed theirs. In North Carolina, fears of what could be
In Wilmington , the state’s eighth-largest
signature validates that thousands of sidewalk • SB721 standardizes balcony inspections at the worst flooding in the state’s history led
city, residents waited for hours outside
vendors are an important part of our economy.” apartment buildings after the collapse of a bal- officials to order tens of thousands to evac-
stores and restaurants for basic necessities
Sidewalk vendors, who typically sell food or cony at a Berkeley apartment building in June like water. Police guarded the door of one uate, though it wasn’t clear how many had
other goods, can be required to hold business 2015 that killed six college students, most of store, and only 10 people were allowed fled or even could.
licenses and pay taxes under the law. Cities and them from Ireland. It will require that inspectors inside at a time. President Donald Trump said federal emer-
counties can also establish health and safety check the waterproofing on decks and balconies County commission chairman Woody gency workers, first responders and law
policies for vendors. of all buildings with three or more multifamily White said officials were planning for food enforcement officials were “working really
Lara says he introduced the legislation after units by January 2025 and then again every six and water to be flown into the coastal city. hard. ” As the storm “begins to finally
hearing stories about sidewalk vendors being years. “Our roads are flooded,” he said. “There is recede, they will kick into an even higher
no access to Wilmington.” gear. Very Professional!” he declared in a
Around the state About 70 miles (115 kilometers) away tweet.
from the coast, residents near the Lumber The storm’s death toll climbed to 17 when
Stanford to drop ‘Serra’ his name. River stepped from their homes directly authorities said a 3-month-old child was
Serra founded the first nine of 21 missions into boats floating in their front yards; killed when a tree fell on a mobile home in
name from its address built by Spanish colonists from 1769 to 1823, river forecasts showed the scene could be North Carolina. Three people died in weath-
PALO ALTO — Stanford University is drop- The San Francisco Chronicle reported Sunday. repeated in towns as far as 250 miles inland er-related traffic accidents, officials said.
ping the name of a controversial 18th century Native Americans were kept as slave labor and as waters rise for days. Victor Merlos was overjoyed to find a
Spanish priest and colonizer from its mailing punished if they tried to escape. Downgraded to a tropical depression, store open for business in Wilmington
address and two dormitories. The university is seeking to rename its mail- Florence was still massive. Radar showed since he had about 20 relatives staying at
Junipero Serra led the system of missions in ing address, Serra Mall, for its co-founder Jane parts of the sprawling storm over six states, his apartment, which still had power. He
California that “contributed to the destruction of Stanford. Two dorms named for Serra will get with North and South Carolina in the bull’s- spent more than $500 on cereal, eggs, soft
the cultural, economic, and religious practices new monikers. eye. drinks and other necessities, plus beer.
of indigenous communities and left many tribal The decision is the latest example of universi- Meanwhile, half way around the world, “I have everything I need for my whole
communities decimated,” according to the advi- ties, cities and other institutions abandoning Typhoon Mangkhut barreled into southern family, ” said Merlos. Nearby, a Waffle
sory committee that recommended removing statues or names of controversial figures. China on Sunday after lashing the House restaurant limited breakfast cus-

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Trump declassifies papers related to FBI Russia probe
By Chad Day Trump’s decision will Surveillance Act to monitor the communica- The declassification of the documents was
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS result in the release of tions of former Trump campaign adviser quickly praised by Trump allies in Congress
text messages and docu- Carter Page and FBI interviews conducted to and attacked by Democrats.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump ments involving several secure that warrant. “Transparency wins. This is absolutely
on Monday declassified a trove of docu- top Justice Department He also is declassifying all FBI reports the right call from (at)POTUS,” said Rep.
ments related to the early days of the FBI’s and FBI officials who documenting interviews with senior Justice Mark Meadows, a North Carolina
Russia investigation, including portions of Trump has repeatedly Department official Bruce Ohr, who was in Republican, on Twitter. Meadows, who had
a secret surveillance warrant and former FBI attacked over the last contact with ex-British spy Christopher pushed for the documents’ release, said it
Director James Comey’s text messages. year. Steele. Steele was a longtime FBI informant will allow the American people to decide
Trump made the extraordinary move in Donald Trump White House press whose Democratic-funded research into “what happened at the highest levels of
response to calls from his allies in secretary Sarah Trump ties to Russia was compiled into a their FBI and Justice Department.”
Congress who say they believe the Russia Huckabee Sanders announced Trump’s deci- dossier that has become a partisan light- But Rep. Adam Schiff of California, the
investigation was tainted by anti-Trump sion in a written statement, saying the pres- ning rod since its publication in January ranking Democrat on the House intelli-
bias within the ranks of the FBI and Justice ident had directed the Office of the Director 2017. gence committee, called Trump’s decision a
Department. It also came as Trump contin- of National Intelligence and the Justice According to Sanders’ statement, Trump “clear abuse of power” intended to advance a
ued his efforts to undermine special counsel Department to declassify the documents “at also directed the Justice Department to pub- “false narrative” to help in his defense from
Robert Mueller’s probe in the wake of the the request of a number of committees of licly release in full the text messages of Mueller’s probe.
guilty plea of his former campaign chair- Congress, and for reasons of transparency.” Comey, Ohr, former acting FBI Director Schiff said the FBI and Justice Department
man, Paul Manafort, and amid the ongoing According to the statement, Trump declas- Andrew McCabe, former FBI lawyer Lisa had said releasing the documents would
grand jury investigation into a longtime sified about 20 pages of the warrant Page and former FBI special agent Peter cross a “red line” because doing so would
associate, Roger Stone. obtained under the Foreign Intelligence Strzok. compromise sources and methods.

Barack Obama’s return: good or bad for Democrats?
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS GOP a gift at a time when voting rights in the future. Scott Mulhauser, who served as Vice
they face an uphill battle “First and foremost, it’s important for the President Joe Biden’s deputy chief of staff dur-
WASHINGTON — Nearly two years out of to maintain their grip on people who live in Ohio,” he said. “But sec- ing the 2012 election, said Obama left office
the White House, former President Barack Congress. ondly, there are also significant national as the “most admired man in the country, and
Obama is facing another political test. “This is perfect for us,” implications, and I think the (former) presi- his popularity has only increased since.”
said Rep. Lou Barletta, dent weighed those in making the decision.” “Part of his success is being strategic in his
To the delight of many Democrats, he’s the Republican challeng-
stepped back into the fray that former presi- An aide to the former president said Obama approach to campaigning — coordinating
ing Casey for the Senate with campaigns to maximize his impact and
dents often try to avoid, campaigning for seat. “It will energize is aware that he does not have a strong record
Democratic candidates ahead of the midterms of aiding Democrats in midterm elections and minimize any blowback, stumping where it
and blasting the political culture of the Trump Barack Obama Republicans as a
that his presence can have the effect of galva- makes sense and avoiding where it doesn’t,”
reminder.” Mulhauser said, noting Obama’s role in the
era. He attracted a large, adoring crowd this The former president will also “energize nizing Republican voters. The aide said
past week in Ohio and will be in Obama would take a strategic approach to the Jones campaign. “He’s rightfully out on the
those blue-collar Democrats who worried trail for certain campaigns, taking a pass on
Pennsylvania on Friday campaigning for about their jobs under Obama and went out to midterm races and pointed to the light foot-
Democratic Sen. Bob Casey. print that the former president kept earlier in others and recording calls and sending emails
vote for Donald Trump,” Barletta added. on behalf of those that want to use him and
But Obama’s return poses challenges for For their part, Democrats say an Obama his post-presidency. That’s when he recorded
both the former president and his party. For a get-out-the-vote robocall for Democrat his popularity in a targeted manner.”
visit is a huge boon. Massive crowds give
one, Obama has struggled to turn admiration candidates and the party a chance to organize, Doug Jones, rather than travel to Alabama to In Pennsylvania, Obama returns to a state
for him into votes when he’s not on the bal- update contact lists, motivate new donors and appear with Jones ahead of his upset Senate he carried twice but that swung to Trump in
lot. Democrats lost significant ground in the boost volunteerism. victory. The aide cast the decision as an 2016. The state features critical contests for
2010 and 2014 midterms and his enthusiastic Michael Halle, the campaign manager for example of how Obama could still lend his Congress and governor. Rep. Dwight Evans
campaigning for Hillary Clinton didn’t carry Richard Cordray, the Democratic candidate for voice in a part of the country where he is less of Philadelphia, where Obama will campaign,
her across the finish line in 2016. Perhaps governor in Ohio, said Obama’s visit sent a popular. said that the former president’s presence will
more importantly, Obama’s public re-entry message about the stakes of the race, which The aide lacked authorization to discuss be important for his ability to motivate
into politics could serve as a motivating fac- could have implications for redistricting and publicly Obama’s thinking and spoke on African-American voters, college-aged voters
tor for Republicans, potentially handing the condition of anonymity. and the poor.

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Coca-Cola studying WikiLeaks files expose
cannabis in drinks group’s inner workings
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS emails, chat logs, financial records,
secretly recorded footage and other
discuss the personal details of visa
LONDON — Julian Assange had documents leaked to the AP. The files WikiLeaks has repeatedly been hit
The Coca-Cola Company said just pulled off one of the biggest provide both an intimate look at the by unauthorized disclosures , but the
Monday it is “closely watching” the scoops in journalistic history, splay- radical transparency organization and tens of thousands of files obtained by
expanding use of a cannabis element ing the innards of American diploma- an early hint of Assange’s budding the AP may be the biggest leak yet.
in drinks, another sign cannabis and cy across the web. But technology relationship with Moscow.
firms were cut- The AP has confirmed the authen-
cannabis-infused products are get- The ex-hacker’s links to the ticity of many of the documents by
ting more acceptance in mainstream ting ties to his
WikiLeaks web- Kremlin would become increasingly running them by five former
culture and a harder look from long- salient before the 2016 U.S. presi- WikiLeaks associates or by verifying
established pillars of American busi- The Coca-Cola Company is keeping site, cable news
a close eye on the cannabis pundits were call- dential election, when the FBI says non-public details such as bank
ness. Russia’s military intelligence agency accounts, telephone numbers or air-
The statement came after reports
beverage market. ing for his head
and a Swedish directly supplied WikiLeaks with line tickets .
the beverage giant was in talks with cannabis by established companies stolen emails from Hillary Clinton’s
a Canadian cannabis company to cre- sex crime case One of the former associates, an ex-
and of the importance of Canada to campaign chairman and other employee, identified two of the
ate a health drink infused with was threatening
the development of those business- Democratic figures. names that frequently appeared in the
cannabidiol, a naturally occurring es. Marijuana becomes legal across Julian Assange to put him documents’ metadata, “Jessica
non-psychoactive compound behind bars. In a statement posted to Twitter,
Canada on Oct. 17. Cannabis com- Longley” and “Jim Evans Mowing,”
derived from the cannabis plant. Caught in a vise, the silver-haired WikiLeaks said Assange never
panies from the U.S. — where mari- as pseudonyms assigned to two
Shares of the company, Aurora Australian wrote to the Russian applied for the visa or authored the
juana remains illegal at the federal WikiLeaks laptops.
Cannabis Inc., closed up nearly 17 Consulate in London. letter, naming a former associate of
level — have flocked to Canada to
percent on the Toronto Stock “I, Julian Assange, hereby grant his as the alleged source of the docu- All five former associates spoke to
raise funds and establish businesses
Exchange after the report. full authority to my friend, Israel ment. WikiLeaks did not return a fol- the AP on condition of anonymity, in
Spokespeople for the companies Shamir, to both drop off and collect low-up email seeking clarification on some cases because they didn’t want
American companies interested in
declined to comment on the report my passport, in order to get a visa,” whether Shamir applied on his their past association with
making a play in the cannabis space
but acknowledged their interest in said the letter , which was obtained behalf, or whether a lawyer or some- WikiLeaks to become public, and in
can try things out in Canada without
that segment of the cannabis market. exclusively by The Associated Press. one else at WikiLeaks might have others because they feared legal retal-
risking doing something illegal at
Cannabidiol, or CBD, does not The Nov. 30, 2010, missive is part drafted the letter. The Russian iation or harassment from the group’s
produce the high commonly associ- of a much larger trove of WikiLeaks Embassy in London said it doesn’t supporters.
Constellation Brands, a giant spir-
ated with marijuana. It is believed by its company that counts Corona beer
many to have anti-inflammation and
pain-relieving properties, and
numerous CBD-infused products
among its labels, bought a multibil-
lion-dollar minority stake in
Canopy Growth, a Canadian medical
Russian influence-peddling in
have emerged recently.
Aurora spokeswoman Heather
MacGregor said her company “has
marijuana producer.
Coca Cola’s statement shows the
company has learned from its past
Macedonia condemned by Mattis
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “They have cate Greece, which has for years
expressed specific interest in the missteps picking up on new drink transferred blocked Macedonia’s path to NATO
infused-beverage space and we intend trends, said Ali Dibadj, a senior ana- SKOPJE, Macedonia — Defense money, and and the European Union. But any
to enter that market.” lyst at AllianceBernstein with an Secretary Jim Mattis on Monday they’re also progress toward NATO membership
A Coke spokesman said the bever- expertise in U.S. beverage and snack condemned Russia’s efforts to use c o n duc t i n g by the Balkan nation is strongly
age giant has made no such decision. food companies. its money and influence to build broader influ- opposed by Russia, which doesn’t
“Along with many others in the “The company has been caught opposition to an upcoming vote ence cam- want the alliance to expand to areas
beverage industry, we are closely flat-footed in the past in not keeping that could pave the way for paigns,” Mattis formerly under Moscow’s influence.
watching the growth of non-psy- up with trends in beverages. They Macedonia to join NATO, a move said. “We ought Mattis, speaking after a meeting
choactive CBD as an ingredient in missed the energy drink phenome- Moscow opposes. to leave the with Prime Minister Zoran Zaev,
non, they missed — and then had to
Jim Mattis
functional wellness beverages Mattis told reporters traveling M a c e do n i a n made no mention of Russia but
around the world. The space is buy into — the functional waters like with him to Skopje that there is “no people to make up their own announced that the U.S. plans to
evolving quickly,” Coke spokesman Vitamin Water and coffee,” Dibadj doubt” that Moscow has been fund- minds.” expand its cybersecurity coopera-
Kent Landers said. said. “I think what they’re saying is ing pro-Russian groups to defeat Macedonians will vote Sept. 30 tion with Macedonia “to thwart
Coke’s interest is another indica- what they should be saying on this the referendum on a name change on whether to approve the name malicious cyber activity that threat-
tion of the growing acceptance of very new and emerging beverage.” later this month. North Macedonia in an effort to pla- ens our democracies.”

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Not yet trusting the CPUC Answering the
call to service
That’s a legal matter.”
The San Diego Union-Tribune Other voices This is the leader of the CPUC say-
ing there’s nothing he can do about
of shuttering the broken plant to the his agency’s deceit toward both the

T “A
he California Public Utilities Legislature and the attorney general s k n o t wh at y o ur co un t ry can do fo r y o u,
ratepayers of Southern California as k wh at y o u can do fo r y o ur co un t ry. ” —
Commission has long had a because those responsible were
Edison and San Diego Gas & Electric, Pres i den t J o h n F. Ken n edy, J an uary 2 0 ,
reputation for being far too which jointly own it. A year later, the agency lawyers.
chummy with the giant investor- 1961.
Union-Tribune revealed that Peevey Picker also questioned the accuracy Pres i den t Ken n edy ’s famo us i n aug ural addres s i s
owned electrical utilities it regulates secretly crafted the deal in an unre- of news coverage that faulted the h i s t o ri cal l y ren o wn ed fo r h i s g reat cal l t o s erv i ce fo r
— as well as being hostile to law- ported meeting with an Edison execu- CPUC’s failure to follow up on wild- t h e Ameri can p eo p l e.
makers, activists and journalists try- tive in Poland in 2013. This led to
ing to understand its decision-making fire safety rules and the dubiousness Ken n edy ’s n at i o n al cal l fo r s erv i ce was t i mel y. Th e
Edison being fined $16.7 million, of its 2015 sanctions against Pacific n at i o n was at t h e h ei g h t o f t h e Co l d War wi t h Rus s i a.
process. But that’s not how the CPUC the deal being revised, and criminal
sees it. In response to a critical Aug. Gas & Electric over the 2009 San Ken n edy reco g n i zed t h at , g i v en t h e cri t i cal ci rcum-
investigations of Peevey. Bruno disaster, saying, “the news s t an ces o f t h e t i me, co n v i n ci n g t h e Ameri can p eo p l e
10 piece on the CPUC by The San It also led the CPUC to request and
Diego Union-Tribune Editorial Board, industry is in decline and it’s sad that t o reques t mo re o f t h ei r g o v ern men t wo ul d b e co un -
receive $6 million from the t eri n t ui t i v e t o t h e n eeds o f t h e n at i o n . Al t h o ug h t h e
a communications aide to commis- Legislature in 2016 so the agency reporters have to work hard and they
sion President Michael Picker sent an don’t always have time to truly under- y o un g es t o f an y p res i den t o n reco rd, Ken n edy was
“can cooperate” with the criminal wi s e en o ug h t o un ders t an d
email saying the CPUC was different probes by hiring private attorneys. stand these massive documents that
now than it had been under President we prepare.” t h at t h e n at i o n was i n di re
Documents unsealed by a Los Angeles n eed o f a mes s ag e t h at
Michael Peevey, who left office under Superior Court judge in 2017 showed The fact Picker met with us shows
a cloud in 2014. i n s p i red t h e Ameri can p eo p l e
the CPUC instead sought to obstruct he is an improvement on Peevey.
Refreshingly, an email exchange t o co mmi t t o s el fl es s act s o f
the probe, fighting the execution of This quote alone was a revelation: s erv i ce fo r o t h ers .
led Picker to agree to meet with the search warrants. A judge blasted the “We are an antiquated body that uses a
editorial board on Aug. 29. While we Ken n edy ’s wo rds warran t
agency’s “inequitable conduct” and forum of rulemaking and decision s i n cere refl ect i o n t o day.
appreciated the visit — and the can- said it had not honored a promise to making that is not something people
dor that Picker showed in describing Fro m n at i o n al s ecuri t y an d
work with investigators from the are used to, and I think that is a prob- i mmi g rat i o n t o h o us i n g
the structural reasons why his agency state Attorney General’s Office. lem. People will probably always co s t s an d affo rdab l e h eal t h
seems so slow-moving and mysteri- That was, simply put, an outrageous have doubts.” care, t h e Ameri can p eo p l e
ous to outsiders — he wasn’t able to display of bad faith by a government
And he doesn’t plan on defending deman d much o f o ur federal
shake our concern that his agency agency — one that compounded the
the CPUC forever. When asked if he’d g o v ern men t at a t i me wh en
can’t be trusted. That’s not because of mistakes of Peevey and Edison. But
seek another six-year term, he color- t h e g o v ern men t i s s i g n i fi - Jonathan Madison
a Peevey hangover. It’s because of Picker doesn’t agree. When asked can t l y o v erb urden ed. We curren t l y face a n at i o n al
what’s happened since Picker took repeatedly about this bad faith, he fully said, “No (expletive) way.”
His whole interview is worth read- deb t o f mo re t h an $ 1 8 t ri l l i o n , are en g ag ed i n a
over in 2015. offered several versions of this state- g l o b al war o n t erro r, an d a frag i l e eco n o mi c reco v ery
This is exemplified by the agency’s ment: “I have to listen to what my ing at It offers
fo l l o wi n g o n e o f t h e wo rs t fi n an ci al cri s es i n h uman
response to the San Onofre nuclear attorneys tell me is proper for the insights into him — and how he still
h i s t o ry.
plant scandal under Picker. In 2014, courts and particularly when it’s an circles the wagons to protect an Mo re t h an an y t i me i n o ur n at i o n ’s h i s t o ry, we
the CPUC approved a plan to assign investigation of the agency. I don’t agency that deserves its bad reputa- h ear deman ds o f wh at o ur g o v ern men t can do fo r t h e
$3.3 billion of the $4.7 billion cost get to make those kinds of decisions. tion. Trust the CPUC? Not yet. Ameri can p eo p l e. An ag e-o l d Bi b l i cal v ers e t each es
us t o rev ers e t h i s ques t i o n . In Ph i l l i p i an s 2 : 4 , t h e
Letters to the editor p as s ag e reads , “Let each o f y o u l o o k n o t o n l y t o h i s
o wn i n t eres t s , b ut al s o t o t h e i n t eres t s o f o t h ers . ”
To o s el do m do we as k t h e ques t i o n o f h o w we can
Inclusionary housing Trump rebuttal cist has brought pride back to up l i ft o t h ers i n o ur s urro un di n g co mmun i t i es t o mak e
being American. ” Apparently Mr. o ur n at i o n s t ro n g er as a wh o l e. Sel fl es s act s o f s erv -
Editor, Editor, Conway thinks the U. S.  being the i ce are at t h e h eart o f wh at mak es o ur n at i o n a “b ea-
What a surprise the developers are How ironic is it on the day of the only country to not be a member of co n up o n a h i l l , ” an d Ken n edy un ders t o o d t h at .
raising concerns over the possibility 9/11 commemoration, two authors the Paris Climate accord is a point I l earn ed t h e v al ue o f p ub l i c s erv i ce as a men t o r o f
of safeguards to be put in place for the wrote to the San Mateo Daily of pride.  Perhaps it is also why Bi g Bro t h ers an d Bi g Si s t ers — a co mmun i t y s erv i ce
betterment of the community, and not Journal to praise Trump,  the great- several countries, Ireland being the o rg an i zat i o n t h at p ro v i des men t o rs fo r at -ri s k y o ut h
their profit margin (“South City exam- est threat to our national security. most recent example, made it i n v ari o us co mmun i t i es . As a men t o r i n Was h i n g t o n ,
ines inclusionary housing” in the Vi rg i l St ev en s , i n t h e l et t er known Trump is not welcome. D. C. , I was as s i g n ed t o a 9 -y ear-o l d n amed Marcel
Sept. 12 edition of the Daily Journal).  “Trump ’s s i n ceri t y ” i n t h e Sep t . Perhaps Mr. Conway is proud of (Hi s n ame h as b een mo di fi ed fo r p urp o s es o f t h i s
They’re claiming “the rising cost of 11 edi t i o n o f t h e Dai l y J o urn al , Trump separating immigrant chil- co l umn ). On ce a mo n t h , Marcel an d I wo ul d en g ag e
development,” and “encouraging s ay s “s o far Trump h as b een t h e dren at the border with no plan of i n a n umb er o f act i v i t i es , s uch as l o cal l i b rari es ,
council members to exempt projects mo s t h o n es t p o l i t i ci an t h at we reconnecting with their parents. mus eums an d mo v i e t h eat ers .
... for fear of disrupting an already h av e ev er h ad. ” Do cumen t ed 4 , 7 1 3 Perhaps it explains why, in a Marcel ’s fat h er l eft wh en h e was o n l y an ado l es -
established budget.” Citing it’s “eco- l i es t al l i ed b y t h e Was h i n g t o n booming economy, Trump has a 35 cen t , an d h e l ack ed a ro l e mo del t o t ak e aft er. Th us ,
nomically infeasible ... given the Po s t ; dai l y  un t rue t weet s t o rms ; percent approval rating. Call i t was n o s urp ri s e t o me wh en I fi rs t as k ed Marcel
astronomical escalation of construc- man y Wh i t e Ho us e wo rk ers Trump what he is: a ab o ut wh at h e wan t ed t o b e wh en h e g rew up . He g av e
tion costs the market has experi- liar,  conman,  thief, tax and draft
des cri b i n g Trump ’s di s h o n es t y n o v erb al res p o n s e. He merel y s h rug g ed h i s s h o ul -
enced.” I believe that’s kind of part of dodger, an amoral person without
i n  t el l al l b o o k s ;  h i s Rus s i an  co n - ders an d s t ared at h i s s h o es . Marcel ’s s t o ry i s s y m-
the risks involved when pursuing such the knowledge, skill and attitude
s p i racy ; h i s cri mi n al act i v i t y wi t h b o l i c o f man y o f o ur at -ri s k y o ut h wh o h av e b een
projects as a course of your business. for the presidency. Instead of pride,
camp ai g n fi n an ces ; al l  at t es t  h e i s b o rn i n t o an adv ers e l i v i n g s i t uat i o n .
Look at the long saga at the corner he has revealed racism, shame,
t h e l eas t h o n es t p o l i t i ci an we On o n e o ccas i o n , I deci ded t o b ri n g Marcel o n a
of Spruce and El Camino. I’m sorry if anger and hostility.  
h av e ev er h ad.  Li k el y o n e o f t h e t o ur o f t h e U. S. Cap i t o l b ui l di n g . I was deep l y h um-
your profit margin has been influ- Fortunately, we can take a real les-
g reat es t t rag edi es o f Trump i s t h e b l ed t o l earn t h at , wh i l e h e l i v ed n i n e y ears i n D. C. ,
enced by outside factors, but isn’t son from 9/11. Unite, pick ourselves
credi b i l i t y l o s s o f t h e v en erat ed h e h ad n ev er s een o ur n at i o n ’s Cap i t o l b ui l di n g ,
that the nature of the game? I encour- up, fight back and vote blue in the
o ffi ce. wh i ch was n o mo re t h an a mere t wo mi l es fro m h i s
age the South City Council to hold coming election. Only then will our
Christopher Conway, in his letter h o us e.
firm for the quality of life for all.  national nightmare end.
“Our chaotic president” in the Sept. Sev eral y ears p as s ed an d I mo v ed t o San Fran ci s co .
Peter C. Carey 11 edition, writes on the virtues of Rel Kempf Th e n ex t t i me I s p o k e wi t h Marcel , h e i n fo rmed me
San Bruno Trump’s foreign policy: “this fas- San Mateo t h at h e h ad deci ded wh at h e wan t ed t o do fo r h i s
career — b eco me a fi refi g h t er. I s mi l ed, n o dded an d
OUR MISSION: as k ed h i m wh y. Marcel ch eerful l y rep l i ed, “Th ere i s
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By combining local news and sports coverage,
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, We can v o l un t eer at fo o d s h el t ers . We can b e a b i g
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Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Paul Moisio Jeff Palter provide our readers with the highest quality t h at are i n n eed o f di rect i o n an d g ui dan ce. Of co urs e,
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10 Tuesday • Sept 18, 2018 BUSINESS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Tech lead slide as trade worries weigh on US stocks
By Alex Veiga lost 92.55 points, or 0.4 percent, to
High: 26,184.47 The tech-heavy Nasdaq composite
A slide in technology companies Low: 26,030.35 gave up 114.25 points, or 1.4 per-
helped pull U.S. stocks lower Close: 26,062.12 cent, to 7,895.79. The Russell 2000
Monday, snapping a five-day win- Change: – 92.55 index of smaller companies fell
ning streak for the market. 18.17 points, or 1.1 percent, to
OTHER INDEXES 1,703.55. Most stocks closed lower
The sell-off came amid speculation
that the Trump administration was S&P 500: 2888.80 - 16.18 on the New York Stock Exchange.
preparing to impose tariffs on NYSE Index: 13,031.89 - 18.64 The U.S. has been locked in an
another $200 billion worth of Nasdaq: 7895.79 - 114.25 escalating trade dispute with China,
Chinese goods. The two govern- NYSE MKT: 2608.72 - 4.12 it’s biggest trading partner.
ments have already imposed 25 per- Russell 2000: 1703.55 - 18.17 Washington contends that Beijing
cent tariffs on $50 billion of each Wilshire 5000: 30,068.73 - 206.80 uses predatory tactics to acquire tech-
other’s goods, and another round of nology know-how in an effort to
tariffs would represent a significant 10-Yr Bond: 3.00 +0.00 overtake America’s global suprema-
escalation in the trade dispute Oil (per barrel): 68.68 - 0.31 cy in technology.
between the world’s two largest Gold : 1,204.70 +3.60 Over the last few weeks it looked
economies. like the two countries were about to
“It’s definitely a setback for the reach some kind of pragmatic deci- nology stocks, the market’s biggest estate and utilities rose. Oil prices resume talks. This weekend, news
market that they can’t seem to get to sion.” gainers this year. Department stores fell, erasing early gains. reports indicated that the White
the table,” said JJ Kinahan, chief Investors used the prospect of a and other consumer-focused compa- The S&P 500 index fell 16.18 House was set to announce tariffs on
market strategist for TD Ameritrade. deeper U.S.-China trade conflict to nies also accounted for a big slice of points, or 0.6 percent, to 2,888.80. $200 billion more in Chinese
“It’s in everybody’s best interest to take some profits, especially in tech- the losses. Safe-play sectors like real The Dow Jones Industrial Average imports as soon as Monday.

Saudi fund invests in electric car firm Rescue diver sues Musk
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and testing of the Lucid Air, construct its fac- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ing false and heinous
tory in Arizona, enter production for the accusations of criminali-
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Saudi Lucid Air to begin the global rollout of the A British diver who helped rescue youth ty against him to the pub-
Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund invested over company’s retail strategy starting in North soccer players trapped in a cave in Thailand is lic.”
$1 billion Monday in an American electric America.” suing Elon Musk, alleging that the Tesla CEO In a series of tweets
car manufacturer just weeks after Tesla CEO Lucid issued a statement quoting Peter falsely accused him of being a pedophile. July 15, Musk, who per-
Elon Musk earlier claimed the kingdom Rawlinson, its chief technology officer, sonally delivered the sub-
would help his own firm go private. Diver Vernon Unsworth, who lives north of
welcoming the investment. London, contends that Musk made the false marine to the cave, wrote
Tesla stock dropped briefly Monday in “At Lucid, we will demonstrate the full that he never saw
reaction to the news, the same day that the allegation on Twitter and then repeated multi-
potential of the electric-connected vehicle ple other falsehoods after the dramatic rescue Elon Musk Unsworth and challenged
Saudi fund announced it had taken its first in order to push the industry forward,” said him to show a video of
loan, an $11 billion borrowing from global of a dozen youth soccer players and their
Rawlinson, who worked as the lead engineer coach in July. the final rescue. “Sorry pedo guy, you really
banks as it tries to expand its investments. of the Tesla Model S before joining Lucid. did ask for it,” Musk tweeted. Later on Twitter,
It wasn’t immediately clear if that loan The lawsuit filed in Los Angeles federal
The over $1 billion investment easily court Monday seeks more than $75,000 in Musk wrote “Bet ya a signed dollar it’s true.”
money played a part in the electric-car Later Musk deleted the tweets and apolo-
investment. dwarfs prior funding for the manufacturer and damages and a court order stopping Musk
puts Saudi Arabia clearly in the firm’s driver from making further allegations. Tesla did gized after being criticized by shareholders,
The electric-car investment is a bold move the lawsuit alleged, stating in a tweet that his
for Saudi Arabia, an ultraconservative king- seat. Three previous venture funding rounds not immediately respond to a request for com-
have netted Lucid Motors some $131 mil- ment. words were “spoken in anger” and that the sub
dom that for decades has relied on its oil was built out of kindness according to speci-
wealth as the world’s top crude exporter. But lion, according to the business information Musk called Unsworth a “pedo” in a tweet
website fications from the dive team leader.
previous splashy market-moving promises to his 22.5 million followers after Unsworth
The firm’s all-electric Lucid Air will have a But on Aug. 28, Musk tweeted about
by the kingdom’s assertive Crown Prince criticized Musk in a July 13 television inter-
range of over 400 miles (640 kilometers). Unsworth once again, writing: “You don’t
Mohammed bin Salman have yet to material- view with CNN about the rescue.
The company already is taking deposits for think it’s strange he hasn’t sued me? He was
ize. Musk and engineers from his rocket com- offered free legal services.” The lawsuit states
The Saudi Public Investment Fund said it the vehicle, which they’ve priced at pany, SpaceX, built a small submarine and
$52,500. that with the tweet, Musk sought to tell the
would invest the over $1 billion in Newark, shipped it to Thailand to help with the rescue. average reader that Unsworth’s failure to sue
California-based Lucid Motors, an 11-year- Lucid plans to make the Air at a factory it’s The device wasn’t used and in the interview, at the time was evidence that Unsworth is a
old private company that has yet to bring a building in Casa Grande, Arizona. The com- Unsworth called it a “PR stunt” and said it pedophile.
vehicle to market. pany wants to make up to 130,000 vehicles wouldn’t have worked to free the boys who Two days after the Aug. 28 tweet, Musk
The investment “will provide the neces- per year by 2022. were trapped in the flooded cave. He also said emailed a BuzzFeed News reporter, suggest-
sary funding to commercially launch Lucid’s The Saudi announcement comes after Musk Musk “can stick his submarine somewhere ing that the reporter investigate Unsworth
first electric vehicle, the Lucid Air, in 2020,” on Aug. 7 tweeted that he had “funding where it hurts.” and “stop defending child rapists,” according
the sovereign wealth fund said in a state- secured” to take Tesla private. Investors The lawsuit alleges that Musk, apparently to the lawsuit, which is 65 pages with
ment. “The company plans to use the fund- pushed Tesla’s shares up 11 percent in a day, angered by Unsworth’s remarks, began a cam- exhibits.
ing to complete engineering development boosting its valuation by $6 billion. paign to destroy his reputation “by publish-

Business in brief
Oracle: 1Q results beat veyed by Zacks Investment Research was
for earnings of 68 cents per share.
Wall Street expectations
The software maker posted revenue of
REDWOOD CITY — Oracle Corp. (ORCL) $9.19 billion in the period. Its adjusted rev-
on Monday reported fiscal first-quarter earn- enue was $9.2 billion, falling short of
ings of $2.27 billion. Street forecasts. Twelve analysts surveyed
On a per-share basis, the Redwood City, by Zacks expected $9.28 billion.
California-based company said it had profit Oracle shares have increased 4 percent
of 57 cents. Earnings, adjusted for stock since the beginning of the year, while the
option expense and amortization costs, Standard & Poor’s 500 index has climbed 8
were 71 cents per share. percent. In the final minutes of trading on
The results beat Wall Street expectations. Monday, shares hit $49.21, a rise of 1 per-
The average estimate of 15 analysts sur- cent in the last 12 months.
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homer as Giants down Padres 4-2
Tuesday • Sept. 18, 2018

Burlingame boasts four in minor league ball
By Terry Bernal major league pitcher playing with Arobio and Caulfield as soph- just stuck together all the way through high
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Scott Feldman, that omores. When Arobio and Caulfield — school.”
makes five Burlingame Burlingame’s longtime up-the-middle tan- Arobio has bragging rights after a 2018
When it comes to producing next-level grads in the pro ranks. dem — were seniors, Engelmann played season that saw his Great Falls Voyagers —
talent, there are no San Mateo County pub- The four minor lea- with them as a sophomore. the Rookie-Class affiliate of the Chicago
lic schools that compare to Burlingame guers are all connected, “I think it had a lot to do with that high White Sox — capture the Pioneer League
High School. though, having each school team,” Arobio said of the pro suc- championship last Thursday with a 6-4 win
The Panthers saw four alumni — pitcher played for current cess. “Just playing for Shawn, he just over Rockies affiliate Grand Junction.
Vince Arobio, infielder Phil Caulfield, out- Panthers manager Shawn expected more from us. And it just seemed The Voyagers swept through two playoff
fielder Jonathan Engelmann and pitcher Zac Vince Arobio Scott. And they share like our group from when I was a freshman series, taking two straight in the best-of-
Grotz — finish the 2018 season in the affil- just one degree of separa- to a senior, those guys were playing (Little
iated minor leagues. If you count free agent tion, with Grotz, having graduated in 2011, League) All-Star teams together and they See AROBIO, Page 13

Spindt fronts resurgent M-A Ganassi, Penske
By Terry Bernal
Athlete of the Week
in sync racing in
Vegas, Sonoma

Emma Spindt isn’t exactly the prototypi-
cal kid sister.

oger Penske stood atop the tim-
Much younger than her older sister Ali, ing stand at Sonoma Raceway,
seven years younger to be exact, a genera- transfixed by the overtime laps
tion of Menlo-Atherton volleyball — of NASCAR’s playoff opening race at Las
including two coaching changes, two Vegas. He had three drivers in contention
Central Coast Section titles and two appear- for a critical victory, and when Brad
ances in the state championship — has Keselowski crossed the finish line for
passed since the one graduated after the 2012 Team Penske’s 500th organizational win,
season and the other arrived in ’17. the Captain pumped his fist in the air.
Ali was part of the first great resurgent age Two hours later, Scott Dixon gave Chip
of M-A volleyball in the 21st century. From Ganassi Racing its 12th IndyCar champi-
2010-12, her varsity teams posted an 81-24 onship and team owner Ganassi was far
overall record, including just two losses in more demonstra-
Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division tive than Penske in
play through those three seasons. the celebration.
The younger Spindt’s first foray into var- Ganassi dove off
sity volleyball last season as a freshman, the championship
however, was not nearly as prosperous, as stage for a brief go
the team became the first at M-A since 2008 at crowd surfing,
to not qualify for the CCS playoffs. same as he did the
“The year before last we graduated eight last time Dixon
seniors,” Spindt said. “It was a very young won a title.
team with just three seniors. So we were just It was one of
getting a feel for each other.” those rare days in
Judging by a new resurgence in Spindt’s Jenna racing when
sophomore season, maybe the sisters are NASCAR and
more alike than the calendar suggests. Now Fryer IndyCar were in
just one season removed from finishing in sync. The playoffs
sixth place in the Bay Division, the Bears began in Las Vegas and Keselowski’s
are off to an astounding start, going 9-2 three-race winning streak has turned a
overall while being the only Bay team to go staid NASCAR season upside down. When
3-0 to open league play. that action-packed race ended, NBC
Spindt all but cinched Daily Journal Sports Network went directly to the
Athlete of the Week honors with M-A’s two IndyCar season finale and Dixon’s bid for
league wins last week — a four-set triumph at a fifth series title.
Carlmont, followed by a sweep of Hillsdale Both events fittingly belonged to
to hand the Fighting Knights their first over- Penske and Ganassi. Both left Sonoma
all loss of the year — through which, she victorious and proved again how vital
totaled 15 and 12 kills, respectively. they are to motorsports.
It was her steady rocket arm throughout It took Penske 52 years of racing
Saturday’s Chris Chandler Invitational tour- across the globe to get to 500 victories,
nament at Menlo School that put Spindt and he did it with 50 different drivers
over the top though. And that’s steady as across 14 series. Will Power in May gave
steady can be, as the sophomore totaled pre- the organization its 17th victory in the
cisely eight kills in each of M-A’s two-set Indianapolis 500.
wins, including swinging .444 against host “Reaching 500 wins is really more
Menlo in the championship match to cap- proof of what racing means to Roger and
ture the tournament crown. DAILY JOURNAL FILE PHOTO
Sophomore outside hitter Emma Spindt has emerged as the top terminator for an M-A team
See AOTW, Page 12 that has started the year 9-2, including 3-0 in PAL Bay Division play. See RACING, Page 14

Niners fortunate to escape with win
By Josh Dubow control the out- offense, the 49ers almost gave it away.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS come of the game,” Jimmy Garoppolo threw an intercep-
coach Kyle tion that Tracy Walker returned to the
SANTA CLARA — Nearly squander- Shanahan said San Francisco 7 only to have the play
ing a 17-point fourth quarter lead left a Monday. “We wiped out by a holding penalty against
sour taste in the mouths of the 49ers allowed them to get Quandre Diggs on the other side of the
following their first win of the season. back into it where field.
San Francisco held on for a 30-27 the outcome wasn’t The penalty gave the Niners a first
victory over the Detroit Lions on in our hands.” down but they still were unable to run
Sunday in a game that they seemed to Kyle Shanahan San Francisco (1- out to clock, needing to survive a des-
have wrapped up before needing a 1) led the game 30- peration last drive attempt by Stafford
favorable penalty call to escape. 13 before allowing Matthew Stafford before getting the win.
SERGIO ESTRADA/USA TODAY SPORTS “I was telling our guys some things to throw two touchdown passes to get The narrow escape left Shanahan’s
49ers tight end Garrett Celek catches a touchdown pass are out of our control. But usually the Lions back into the game. Then
against Detroit’s Glover Quin, left, Sunday at Levi’s Stadium. when you get that type of lead you can with a chance to seal the game on See 49ERS, Page 15
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Honor roll
Saturday at Toro Park. And Madgic led the shutout against Cap marks Watts’ second of
way. The senior recorded the top time of five the year in league play.
solid Aragon performances, crossing the fin- Gi o v anni Fabi ani -Wy att and Jared
ish line in 19 minutes, 21 seconds, the ninth- Jul i an, Terra No v a fo o tbal l . The Tigers
best overall girls’ time and fourth among sen- are off to a 4-0 start for the first time since
iors. Aragon senior Beata Gold added a time of 2013, most recently knocking off Piedmont
20:16; freshman Caitlin Clark a 20:53; fresh- in a 59-39 barnburner. Fabiani-Wyatt
man Mary Torres a 21:44; and sophomore enjoyed a career night out of the backfield,
Niyati Reddy a 21:44. as the senior carried 16 times for a career-
Jo s h Po ul o s , Menl o Scho o l bo y s ’ high 178 yards and a touchdown. Julian,
water po l o . The Knights captured the meanwhile, hit pay dirt six times, as the
championship at the St. Francis Invitational senior quarterback was 5-of-12 passing for
for the second time in three years, and Poulos 131 yards and two touchdowns, and rushing
was a big reason why. The junior goalkeeper 15 times for 108 yards and four more TDs.
dominated the cage, totaling 25 saves vs. 10 Stephani e Hu, Paci fi c Bay Chri s ti an
goals allowed in Menlo’s three victories. In v o l l ey bal l . The Eagles opened Private
a defensive standoff against De La Salle in School Athletic League North Division play
the semifinals, a 4-2 Knights win, Poulos with sweeps over Mid-Peninsula and
totaled 12 saves. He went on to total nine in Kehillah Jewish-Palo Alto last week. Despite
the championship game, a 9-7 victory over making quick work of the latter, Pacific Bay
Buchanan. got a big performance from Hu, as the senior Elena Campell recorded two double-doubles
Tariq Byrd, right, caught two of Joaquin To mmy Barnds , Sacred Heart Prep outside hitter recorded a triple-double with 10 last week for Woodside.
Alvarez’s, left, six TD passes against South City. fo o tbal l . The senior running back had kills, 16 digs and 10 assists. El ena Campel l , Wo o ds i de v o l l ey -

o aqui n Al v arez and Tari q By rd, never rushed for triple-digits in three varsi- Jul i an Mo ri n, Carl mo nt fo o tbal l . It bal l . When the junior outside hitter gets
Jeffers o n fo o tbal l . Alvarez put on a ty seasons — until Friday night. Then was no secret Carlmont and San Mateo were going, look out. Her presence was certainly
show in the Grizzlies’ third straight Barnds broke loose in a 39-6 drudging of going to attack each other via the ground felt in the Wildcats’ four-set win last Tuesday
win, a 48-8 rout of South City. The senior was Hillsdale, carrying 10 times for career-high game. Even keying on Morin was not over Burlingame. Campell didn’t record a
16-of-22 passing for a season-high 272 yards 162 yards and two touchdowns. enough to stop the senior, who rushed 14 single kill in Game 1, the only set
and a career-best six touchdown throws. Byrd Carl y Wat t s , Te rra No v a g i rl s ’ times for 181 yards and a touchdown. Burlingame won. From there, she rocked a
was his best target on the night, as the junior water po l o . The Lady Tigers are off to a 4- San Mateo g i rl s ’ g o l f. Senior Lynn career-high 19 kills. She also totaled 15 digs
receiver totaled five catches for a career-high 0 start in PAL Ocean Division play and Sasaki, sophomore Zoe Pang and freshman to record a double-double, her first of two on
120 yards and two touchdowns. Watts has been the team’s anchor in the Lindsey Huang have each earned medalist the week. She also went for 16 kills and 12
Emma Madg i c, Arag o n g i rl s ’ cro s s - cage. The junior keeper allowed just one honors as the Bearcats have jumped out to a digs during a pool-play win against Sacred
co untry. The Lady Dons took fifth place at goal in two wins last week, 7-1 over San 4-0 start in league play to find themselves Heart Prep in the Chris Chandler Invitational
the Earlybird Cross-Country Invitational Mateo and 23-0 over Capuchino. The atop the PAL Bay Division standings. tournament Saturday at Menlo School.

Spindt has emerged as a cornerstone. Not “I think we were all super ready to go totaling 15 as a team. Junior middle Merit

AOTW that this should come as a surprise. She was
raised right, taking up the sport in the fifth-
grade and immediately joining the Vision
because, especially from last year, they
were a really good team,” Spindt said. “They
beat us last year. So we were ready to fight.”
Hoyem scored five blocks and four aces. And
on defense, not only did Grover complete a
double-double with 13 digs, senior Erica
Continued from page 11 Volleyball Club. She was immediately get- Game 1 was precisely that — a fight — Fisher proved a game-changer with a match-
ting coaching from Ali, who taught her how going to extra-points only to see Carlmont high 22 digs.
to strike a ball over a makeshift net crafted prevail 27-25. Something Garcia has
Not that second-year head coach Jairo out of a single string draped across their Grover’s twin sister Mariah Grover
instilled in his team since summer work-
Garcia could have anticipated M-A’s fast courtyard at home. enjoyed a spectacular night as well. M-A
outs, though, is a relentless work ethic. He
start. entered the year planning to return to a 6-2
Ali went off to play Division I volleyball admits it hasn’t always made him the most
“No, not at all,” Garcia said. “To be hon- offense, with Mariah Grover sharing setter
as an All-Big West outside hitter at UC Santa likeable coach.
est, when I stepped in last year the biggest detail with sophomore Rachel Park. In the
Barbara. The younger Spindt embarked on a But Garcia’s vigorous approach — “If it
thing was getting comfortable. Not only did weeks leading up to the season, however,
career that culminated this past club season was up to me I’d be down to have two-a-days
we graduate eight seniors … but we had to Park suffered a possible season-ending
with her Vision 15U team ranking fourth every day,” he said — has yielded irrefutable
start a whole new culture altogether.” injury. Hence, Mariah Grover had to learn to
overall in Northern California. results. Backed by Spindt’s double-double
It was a tall order for Garcia to embark on run the offense by her lonesome, and on the
“She had that elite mindset as a volleyball performance of 15 kills and 15 digs, the fly.
his first season at M-A in 2017. He was player, just understanding the game,” said Bears emerged to win the games 2 through
hired late in the offseason, at the outset of Garcia of Spindt’s arrival at M-A, describ- 4, 25-19, 25-17, 25-17. Mariah Grover’s performance at Carlmont
summer break, and didn’t have time to pre- ing how she brings a complete skillset to “You could tell we weren’t getting tired,” ended with a career-high 48 assists, includ-
pare a preseason open gym regiment. the court. “She wasn’t as dynamic yet … but Garcia said. “The other team was fighting ing plenty of effective sets to the pins for
This year was different, with Garcia put- every year it keeps getting better.” but we really wanted to keep fighting. … Spindt to convert.
ting an emphasis on structure and disci- The linchpin to this year’s success was The girls responded well and there was a lot
pline. “They’ve found a groove,” Garcia said,
last week’s showdown at Carlmont. In of energy.”
“and now they’re able to connect a lot more
“This time around our goals are a little bit 2017, the Lady Scots swept the season It was a well-rounded performance. Senior often.”
higher,” Garcia said. “We want to make it at series from M-A for the first time in 10 middle Alicia Letvin and junior outside hit-
least to playoffs and we want to see what’s years. So, the Bears travelled to Belmont ter Natalie Grover totaled 11 kills apiece. In other words, Spindt and company are
in store for us, more importantly.” with a proverbial chip on their shoulder. Grover added five service aces, with M-A just getting warmed up.

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Seattle powers past Houston 4-1 MLB brief
HOUSTON — Rookie pinch-hitter Daniel
Vogelbach’s first career grand slam with two
outs in the eighth inning lifted the Seattle
field that looked like it would drop in for a
hit, but Jake Marisnick sprinted before div-
Crawford, Longoria homer
Mariners over the Houston Astros 4-1 on
Monday night.
The loss cut Houston’s lead in the AL West
to four games over Oakland, which was off
ing and extending his arm to make the
Rondon walked pinch-hitter Denard Span
to load bases before Vogelbach sent a 97-
to carry Giants over Padres
By Bernie Wilson
Monday night.
mph fastball into the bullpen in right-cen-
Giants 4, Padres 2
The Mariners trailed 1-0 when Nelson Marwin Gonzalez had an RBI double to Suarez said.
Cruz singled off Hector Rondon (2-5) with give the Astros the lead in the fourth. But SAN DIEGO — The Giants’ rookies got the Will Smith pitched the ninth for his 13th
no outs in the eighth, and Kyle Seager sin- they couldn’t muster much else on a night better of the San Diego Padres’ youngsters in save.
gled with one out. Pinch-hitter Robinson they managed just three hits, with the last a matchup of NL West teams playing out the The rebuilding Padres dropped to 60-91 to
Cano then hit a ball into shallow center one coming in the fifth. season. match last year’s loss total with 11 games to
While veterans Brandon Crawford and Evan play. Ownership had expected the Padres to be
Longoria homered off better than the club that finished 71-91 last
spring training he experienced minor

AROBIO inflammation of the rotator cuff in his
pitching shoulder. It cost him six weeks,
during which he remained in extended spring
Bryan Mitchell in the
Giants’ 4-2 win Monday,
three rookies had nice
nights. Left-hander
year, but San Diego has lost at least 91 games
for the third straight season and the fourth
time in eight years.
Mitchell (1-4) had pitched well in his two
Continued from page 11 training. He did not receive his first assign- Andrew Suarez pitched
ment of the season until he joined Great previous starts since his return from a long
into the eighth inning, stay on the disabled list, but reverted to the
Falls, making his season debut June 15. Chris Shaw had his first
three semifinal from Diamondbacks affiliate early season form that got him demoted to the
“I would say I’m happy with how [extend- three-hit game and Aramis
Missoula. Then in the best-of-three champi- bullpen.
ed spring] went because I got to work on Garcia added an RBI sin-
onship series, Great Falls swept again to Brandon After scattering three singles through the
some stuff,” Arobio said. “But I just didn’t gle.
realize the Pioneer League championship. Crawford first three scoreless innings, Mitchell
feel really polished with my command.” “They did a great job,
“Winning the championship was like allowed Crawford’s homer to right-center lead-
nothing I’d ever been a part of,” Arobio As he continues to hone the precision of starting with Suarez,” manager Bruce Bochy ing off the fifth, his 13th. Shaw doubled with
said. “That was blast.” his curveball, Arobio will use the offseason said. one out and scored on Garcia’s two-out single.
Arobio didn’t pitch through the four post- to undertake a similar feel for his cutter. Suarez (7-11) snapped a two-start skid by With Gregor Blanco aboard on a leadoff sin-
season games, but finished off an up-and- While he only returned home to Burlingame holding San Diego to two runs and four hits gle in the fifth, Longoria homered off the bal-
down regular season with two victories in last Friday, he is already slated to head back while striking out four and walking three in 7 cony on the third level of the Western Metal
his last three appearances. This came on the to Arizona Tuesday where he will report the 2/3 innings. Supply Co. Building in the left-field corner,
heels of his going 0-4 in July, despite it White Sox’s instructional league, spanning “He had a good fastball going, good move- his 16th.
otherwise being his best overall month of through Oct. 17. ment on it. Really all his pitches, very effi- Mitchell allowed four runs and nine hits in
the season. Arobio said he is now pitching pain free. ciently,” Bochy said. “Shaw, nice game by five innings, struck out four and walked none.
“Sometimes that’s just how things go but “Feels good,” Arobio said. “I had that him, big hit by Garcia. It was good to see “I don’t want to sugarcoat it, but I’ve defi-
he took it in stride,” Great Falls pitching tough shoulder injury and it’s finally settled those kids play well.” nitely thrown the ball worse and had better
coach John Ely said after Arobio’s fourth down. So I’m actually excited.” Suarez has gone at least six innings in five
results,” Mitchell said. “The balls and strikes
straight loss. “Lately he’s started to trust the Caulfield — a 32nd round pick by the straight starts. He thought he had a good
were really good. I was attacking for the most
life on his fastball and let the action work Washington Nationals out of Loyola chance of finishing the eighth.
“My pitch count was low for being that deep part. If I execute maybe three or four pitches a
for itself.” Marymount in 2017 — hit .215 over two
in the game,” he said. “I just think it’s more little better, it’s probably a different story.”
The 23-year-old right-hander is in his sec- levels of Class-A ball this season. He batted
my mechanics. I think I do a good routine in Mitchell said Longoria “put a hell of a
ond season of professional baseball after .263 (10 for 38) at Low-A Auburn before
struggling with a .188 (13 for 69) average at between starts to stay strong and ready for my swing on that pitch. It was in and up out of the
being drafted by the White Sox in the 24th zone. I just think it was probably a little bit of
round in 2017 out of University of the Low-A Hagerstown. start date.”
Engelmann — a 31st round pick by the Suarez looked disappointed when Bochy a predictable pitch at that point. I maybe
Pacific. He posted a 3-6 record with a 5.67
ERA in 24 relief appearances this season, Cleveland Indians out of Michigan in 2018 came out to pull him. Suarez said he thought could’ve set it up a little better. He put a really
but showed a propensity to get swings and — hit .322 over two levels, batting .322 he showed up his manager, so he apologized. good swing on it. You’ve got to live with that
misses by striking out 44 in 33 1/3 (38 for 118) with four home runs and 24 “He liked it that I was being competitive,” sometimes.”
innings. RBIs in the Rookie-Class Arizona League
There is one clear-cut ticket to Arobio’s before being promoted to Low-A Mahoning
strikeout stuff, according to Ely. And that’s Valley, where he went 3 for 10 with a homer.
the right-hander’s wicked curveball. Grotz — a free-agent pickup by the New
“It’s got some serious bite to it,” Ely said. York Mets in 2018 — went 3-7 with a 4.61
“It’s a big league pitch.” ERA through 13 starts for at Low-A
Sure, Arobio features a cutter that sits 89- Columbia.
91 mph. He also throws a changeup. But it is The right-hander Grotz was originally
the spike curveball he learned from pitcher drafted in the 28th round by the Houston
Kyle Serrano — a 10th round pick by the Astros out of Embry-Riddle University in
Astros out of Tennessee in 2017 — when the 2015. He was released by the Astros in
two were teammates for the Matsu Miners in 2016, but shined later that season in the
the Alaskan Summer League in 2014. independent Frontier League, and continued
Arobio worked through some arm troubles to deal through 2017 in the independent
at the outset of the year as well. During Atlantic League.
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Mack, Amukamara lead Bears over Seahawks 24-17
By Andrew Seligman Green Bay, except there was one key difference. “We’re still a work in progress,” he said.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Bears came out on top after blowing a Wilson has been sacked six times in each
20-point lead against a hobbled Aaron game this season. With the Bears applying
CHICAGO — Khalil Mack had one of six Rodgers in a loss to the Packers. constant pressure and his receivers struggling
sacks against Russell Wilson, Prince “That’s a great feeling,” Mack said. “We to get open, the four-time Pro Bowl quarter-
Amukamara returned an interception 49 yards took it over the top.” back completed 22 of 36 passes for 226 yards
for a touchdown and the Bears beat the Amukamara jumped the route on a pass with two touchdowns and an interception.
Seahawks 24-17 Monday night to give intended for Rashaad Penny near midfield for Chicago’s Mitchell Trubisky was 25 of 34 for
coach Matt Nagy his first career victory. his first career touchdown, making it 24-10 200 yards. The No. 2 overall pick in last year’s
Mack sprinted out of the tunnel to a neat ova- with 6:37 left. It was his first interception draft, Trubisky threw touchdown passes to Trey
tion prior to his first appearance at Soldier Field since 2015 with the New York Giants. Burton on Chicago’s first possession and rook-
since a blockbuster trade from Oakland just over Danny Trevathan then stripped Wilson with ie Anthony Miller early in the fourth quarter. But
MIKE DINOVO/USA TODAY SPORTS his second sack of the game. The Bears’ he was also intercepted two times by Shaquill
two weeks ago. That deal happened after he held
out the entire offseason and preseason seeking a Bears LB Khalil Mack tackles Seahawks WR Leonard Floyd recovered the fumble, and Griffin — on a deep ball that was underthrown
contract extension from the Raiders rather than Brandon Marshall Monday at Soldier Field. Chicago hung on after blowing a 20-point and on another throw tipped at the line.
play under the final year of his rookie contract. sack in the first half, smacking the ball out of lead in a season-opening loss to a hobbled “I’m really proud with how he handled
Chicago gave him a six-year, $141 million Wilson’s hand as he wound up to pass, and he Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. himself from Play 1 until the end of that
extension that guarantees $90 million — the consistently pressured the quarterback. It was The Seahawks (0-2) lost for just the sec- fourth quarter,” Nagy said. “His attitude was
richest deal ever for an NFL defensive player. more of the same from last week, when he had a ond time in nine Monday night games under great. He didn’t worry about anything. And
Mack also had the crowd roaring with a strip strip-sack and interception return for a TD at coach Pete Carroll. so that’s growth right there.”

fewer than A.J. Foyt’s record — and he fin- teams before agreeing to an extension with community can be.

RACING ished second to Franchitti in the champi-
onship race twice.
The title run this year came in a flawless
Ganassi, ultimately deciding the organiza-
tion is where he belongs.
“Chip has a big heart. He can come
Racing can be cruel and this season has
been hard on many. Attendance and televi-
sion ratings are challenges for every
Continued from page 11 season in which Dixon finished all but four across harsh, brash, but he’s always been a series, sponsorship is scarce, many busi-
of IndyCar’s 2,368 laps, an astounding 99.8 good friend of mine,” Dixon said. “There ness models are broken and the race teams
everyone in the organization,” said four- percent completion during a free agency year was definitely a period throughout this year — even the ones with the deepest pockets
time Indy 500 winner Rick Mears. “It in which he was courted by others. He’s 38 where we were talking to other people, but — are chasing money. IndyCar’s Robert
shows their continued dedication to the and the longest-tenured driver in Ganassi it just felt right. It felt right. Felt like this Wickens remains hospitalized with a
sport and how much Roger loves it, and it’s team history — 17 seasons, a lifetime with a was home, somewhere that I should stick spinal cord injury and Martin Truex Jr.’s
still so important to him.” short-fused boss who doesn’t suffer fools. out for the time being.” championship-winning NASCAR team is
Ganassi’s resume isn’t as sharp as rival “I’m trying to remember my first experi- Now both Penske and Ganassi shift their shutting down in November.
Penske, but the owner has certainly ence with him,” Ganassi said. “I just remem- focus away from IndyCar to their other NASCAR is leaderless since Chairman
enjoyed chasing the titan of motorsports. ber, like, I would say things. He’d say, motorsports properties. That includes nine Brian France’s arrest in November and Jay
And unlike Penske, who views racing as “OK.” I’d say something else. He’d say, remaining races in NASCAR’s playoffs and Frye, the executive widely credited with
his getaway from his global business “Yes.” I mean “yes” and “OK” were the first possibly more celebrations. Kyle Larson helping IndyCar find recent stability, is
empire, Ganassi has no other job. Owning 37 things he said to me. That was it. Does finished second in a Ganassi car to believed to be mulling a return to NASCAR.
a race team is how Ganassi makes his liv- this guy say anything? I’m thinking, ‘This Keselowski in Las Vegas, and Ross Chastain was driving the Ganassi car for free
ing, so winning is essential to his success. kid is good, but does he say anything?’ Chastain drove a Ganassi car to victory in when he won in Las Vegas.
The victories have come at a fevered Obviously he developed into a gem of a guy. the Xfinity Series race a day before. Racing has had a rough go lately, which
pitch with Dixon, pushed midway through Back then, he was a kid from New Zealand. I There’s a symmetry to a weekend that makes days like Sunday all the more special.
his career by close friend Dario Franchitti wasn’t sure he could string sentences togeth- belonged to Penske and Ganassi, that it It emphasized the importance of a Ganassi
and unrivaled since Franchitti’s retirement. er. But he’s OK. He’s great now.” came in NBCSN packaged programming and a Penske, the brilliance of Dixon, the
Dixon’s 18-year career now includes five Dixon said after Sunday’s championship designed to expose viewers to both series gusto of Keselowski — the elements that
titles — one more than Franchitti, two celebration he did indeed talk to other and show how intertwined the motorsports define what’s good about motorsports.
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NFL briefs
Gruden says no regrets over Mack trade
By Josh Dubow
Browns trade Gordon to Patriots
CLEVELAND — The Browns have traded
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS problematic wide receiver Josh Gordon to
the Patriots for a fifth-round draft pick.
ALAMEDA — Coach Jon Gruden was in The deal came together Monday, two days
no mood to rehash Denver’s final drive that after the Browns reached
handed the Raiders a second straight defeat a breaking point with
to open his tenure as coach. Gordon, who has been
Case Keenum and the Broncos were able to suspended for much of his
move the ball down the field with little pres- NFL career. Gordon
sure in the heat and altitude of Denver and get played in Cleveland’s
a 36-yard field goal from season opener, but
Brandon McManus in the reported to the team on
closing seconds of a 20- Saturday with a ham-
19 victory Sunday. Josh Gordon string injury after prac-
A second straight game ticing all week.
with no consistent pass The Browns have been supportive of
rush raised an obvious Gordon, but the team felt betrayed and
question for Gruden about decided it was time to cut ties.
whether the decision to Gordon’s tantalizing talent had caused the
ISAIAH J. DOWNING/USA TODAY SPORTS Browns to hang onto him while he dealt
trade edge rusher Khalil
Jon Gruden Mack, who was holding Broncos wide receiver Tim Patrick runs through the tackle of Raiders CB Gareon Conley. with drug and alcohol dependence. He
out, to Chicago for a package of draft picks moved the ball from his 10 to the Oakland 18 the final two quarters for the worst second- missed training camp to receive treatment
was a wise move. with under two minutes remaining. half scoring margin in the league. and the Browns were cautiously optimistic
“It doesn’t make me regret,” Gruden said “Well obviously we need to get more out of They had chances to close out the Broncos he would help them this season.
Monday “We made the trade. We made the our captain,” Gruden said. “He’s put in some even before the defense allowed the game-win- In New England, he’ll be reunited with for-
trade. There has got to be hindsight, 50-50, tough spots, certainly. He’s a good player. ning drive. Early in the fourth quarter, fullback mer Cleveland and Baylor teammate Corey
all that stuff. We would have loved to have He’s had some really good snaps. We need Keith Smith dropped a pass from Derek Carr Coleman, who had his own issues with the
him here and I’m not going to keep rehash- more and more from him. I know he’s giving on fourth-and-1 from the Denver 33. Browns before being traded last month.
ing this. I would have loved to (have) us everything he has and it’s tough on him, Instead of the Raiders going in for anoth-
coached him, loved to have him here, but certainly, because we do have a lot of new guys er score to extend a 19-10 lead, the Broncos Wentz cleared to return for Eagles
he’s not here. Somebody’s got to step up.” around him upfront. We’re happy he’s here.” took over and drove for a touchdown. PHILADELPHIA — Carson Wentz has
That hasn’t happened through two games The Raiders also hoped to get a boost Oakland got the ball back with less than been cleared to return and is slated to start
so far this season as Oakland has just two from three rookie draft picks in end Arden six minutes to go and a chance to ice the for the Philadelphia Eagles against
sacks combined in losses to the Los Angeles Key and tackles P.J. Hall and Maurice Hurst. game. The Raiders got two first downs but a Indianapolis in Week 3.
Rams and Broncos in the opening two weeks. Key excelled in the preseason but has double pass interference call against Wentz tore his left ACL and LCL on Dec.
Bruce Irvin, who used to be nicknamed looked overmatched at times now that the Denver’s Bradley Roby and Oakland’s Amari 10, 2017 in a game against the Los Angeles
Robin to Mack’s Batman, has been unable regular season has started. Cooper wiped out a 29-yard gain to Cooper. Rams and had surgery three days later.
to deliver with the bigger responsibility of Hurst had the team’s only sack Sunday and Then a false start on second-and-4 by tight Backup quarterback Nick Foles led the
being the top pass rusher. He had one sack Hall played on an injured ankle for much of end Jared Cook helped stall the drive and led Eagles to their first NFL title since 1960
in the opener against the Rams but didn’t the opener before missing the game against to a punt that set up Denver’s winning drive. and was Super Bowl MVP in the 41-33 vic-
provide much this past week. the Broncos and likely a little more time. “This is the National Football League. tory over New England.
He committed a personal foul that extended a The lack of a pass rush has played a role in You have to be able to finish the game,” Wentz set a single-season franchise
touchdown drive for the Broncos after Oakland Oakland struggling in the second half the Raiders cornerback Rashaan Melvin said. record with 33 touchdown passes last sea-
had appeared to make a third-down stop and first two weeks. The Raiders led both games “That’s something we haven’t done as a son. The final one came a few plays after he
looked gassed on the final drive when Keenum at halftime but have been outscored 43-7 in team and we really need to focus on doing.” suffered his injury.

Garoppolo avoided any turnovers. But the his receivers were unable to break free from don’t win, you have to get rid of it. Or you

49ERS passing game was far from efficient.
Garoppolo threw for just 206 yards — his
fewest in seven starts with San Francisco —
Detroit’s aggressive man coverage.
Shanahan said Garcon did the best job fight-
ing through the physical play but the other
have to get off them early if you see they
aren’t winning, anticipate that it’s not look-
ing good early and move onto number two.”
Continued from page 11 but took six sacks against a Lions defense receivers struggled. No tes : LB Reuben Foster rejoined the
missing top pass rusher Ezekiel Ansah. When that happens, Shanahan said he team following his two-game suspension.
Garoppolo held the ball an average of needs to do a better job of coming up with The 49ers don’t have to make a roster move
players far from satisfied after the game.
6.522 seconds on those sacks, according to schemes to attack man coverage and until later in the week. ... Shanahan said the
While he spent most of his film session
Sportradar, more than two seconds longer Garoppolo must get through his progres- team looked into trading for WR Josh
Monday focusing on the team’s good plays
than his average sack with the 49ers. sions faster and get rid of the ball if no one Gordon, who was dealt along with a sev-
like Pierre Garcon’s downfield block on
“Jimmy might have had an opportunity is open. enth-round pick from Cleveland to New
Matt Breida’s 66-yard touchdown run,
Shanahan saw plenty of room for improve- on a couple of those but definitely not on all “He definitely couldn’t have done that on England for a fifth-round pick. “That’s
ment in the passing game. six,” Shanahan said. “They did a good job all of them,” Shanahan said. “It was definite- something that we looked into. Obviously,
covering it and a good job getting to us and ly a group effort. There were a couple he had it went a different way. ... They did more
One week after throwing three intercep- he had to hold onto it because of that.” a chance to get rid of it. You wait on a guy in than we did,” Shanahan said. ... S Jaquiski
tions in his first loss as an NFL starter, Shanahan said one of the issues was that man coverage and if you wait on him or they Tartt is day to day with a shoulder stinger.

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NFL STANDINGS Quakes fire first-year head Quakes brief
AMERICAN CONFERENCE East Division East Division Landon Donovan’s MLS goals
East W L Pct GB W L Pct GB SAN JOSE — The San Jose record, are 2-9-3 as the season
W L T Pct PF PA Earthquakes have fired first-year
Miami 2 0 0 1.000 47 32 Atlanta 83 67 .553 — z-Boston 103 47 .687 — nears its final month.
New England 1 1 0 .500 47 51 Philadelphia 76 73 .510 6 1/2 New York 91 58 .611 11 1/2 head coach Mikael Stahre with the Ralston had a decorated 15-year
N.Y. Jets 1 1 0 .500 60 37 Washington 76 75 .503 7 1/2 Tampa Bay 83 66 .557 19 1/2 team sitting at the bottom of the
Buffalo 0 2 0 .000 23 78 MLS career and became a San Jose
New York 70 80 .467 13 Toronto 68 82 .453 35 Western Conference standings.
Miami 59 91 .393 24 Baltimore 43 107 .287 60
assistant in 2015 after four years
Jacksonville 2 0 0 1.000 51 35
Tennessee 1 1 0 .500 40 44 San Jose named Steve Ralston as an assistant with the Houston
Indianapolis 1 1 0 .500 44 43 Central Division Central Division interim head coach Monday for the Dynamo. A seven-time MLS All-
Houston 0 2 0 .000 37 47
North Chicago 88 62 .587 — x-Cleveland 83 66 .557 — team’s remaining six matches Star, Ralston appeared in four MLS
Cincinnati 2 0 0 1.000 68 46 Milwaukee 86 65 .570 2 1/2 Minnesota 69 81 .460 14 1/2 while making the announcement Cup finals for New England. When
Baltimore 1 1 0 .500 70 37
Cleveland 0 1 1 .250 39 42
St. Louis 83 68 .550 5 1/2 Detroit 61 89 .407 22 1/2 of the coaching change. The team he retired in 2010, he was the
Pittsburgh 75 74 .503 12 1/2 Chicago 59 90 .396 24 also dismissed assistant coach
Pittsburgh 0 1 1 .250 58 63
Kansas City 52 98 .347 31 1/2
league’s all-time assists leader
West Cincinnati 64 87 .424 24 1/2
Kansas City 2 0 0 1.000 80 65 Alex de Crook. with 135 and also the leader in
Denver 2 0 0 1.000 47 43
West Division West Division The Quakes, with forward Chris games played (378), starts (372),
L.A. Chargers 1 1 0 .500 59 58
Raiders 0 2 0 .000 32 53 Los Angeles 83 68 .550 — Houston 94 56 .627 — Wondolowski closing in on and minutes (33,143).
Colorado 82 68 .547 1/2 A’s 90 60 .600 4
1 1 0
1 1 0
San Diego
Rhode Island town council
Philadelphia 1 1 0
N.Y. Giants
0 2 0
Monday’s Games z-clinched playoff berth joins others boycotting Nike
Tampa Bay 2 0 0 1.000 75 61 N.Y. Mets 9, Philadelphia 4 x-clinched division THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The American Civil Liberties
Atlanta 1 1 0 .500 43 42
Carolina 1 1 0 .500 40 39
Pittsburgh 7, Kansas City 6 Union of Rhode Island said the
Miami 8,Washington 5 Monday’s Games
New Orleans 1 1 0 .500 61 66 PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A Rhode town could be held legally and
North St. Louis 11, Atlanta 6 Pittsburgh 7,Kansas City 6
Green Bay 1 0 1 .750 53 52 Toronto 5,Baltimore 0
Island town council has voted to financially liable for violating the
Milwaukee 8, Cincinnati 0
Minnesota 1 0 1 .750 53 45
Chicago Cubs 5, Arizona 1 Minnesota 6,Detroit 1 ask its departments to refrain from First Amendment and told members
Chicago 1 1 0 .500 47 41
Detroit 0 2 0 .000 44 78 L.A. Dodgers 8, Colorado 2 Tampa Bay 3,Texas 0 purchasing Nike products, one of a of the council: “Just don’t do it.”
West San Francisco 4, San Diego 2 Seattle 4,Houston 1 handful of local governments or The mayor of a New Orleans sub-
L.A. Rams 2 0 0 1.000 67 13 Tuesday’s Games agencies that have called for boy-
49ers 1 1 0 .500 46 51 Tuesday’s Games urb recently rescinded a similar
Seattle 0 2 0 .000 41 51 KC (Skoglund 1-5) at Bucs (Taillon 13-9), 4:05 p.m. Boston (Eovaldi 5-7) at NYY (Happ 16-6),10:05 a.m. cotts in recent weeks. directive based on an attorney’s
Arizona 0 2 0 .000 6 58 NYM (Matz 5-11) at Philadelphia (Nola 16-5),4:05 p.m. Toronto (Sanchez 4-6) at O’s (Bundy 8-14),4:05 p.m. The North Smithfield Town
ChiSox (Covey 5-13) at Cleveland (Kluber 18-7),4:10 p.m.
Nats (Strasburg 8-7) at Miami (Alcantara 2-0),4:10 p.m. Council passed the resolution on a
Thursday’s Games
St. L (Gomber 5-1) at Atlanta (Sanchez 6-5), 4:35 p.m. Twins (Odorizzi 6-10) at Detroit (Norris 0-4),4:10 p.m. Kenner Mayor Ben Zahn, a
Cincinnati 34, Baltimore 23
Sunday’s Games Reds (Lorenzen 3-1) at Brews (Anderson 9-7),4:40 p.m. Tampa Bay (Snell 19-5) at Texas (Gallardo 8-5),5:05 p.m. 3-2 vote Monday evening, Council Republican, had issued a memo
Indianapolis 21, Washington 9
New Orleans 21, Cleveland 18 Cubs (Montgomery 4-5) at Arizona (Andriese 3-5),6:40 p.m. Seattle (Leake 10-9) at Houston (James 0-0),5:10 p.m. President John Beauregard said. saying that Nike products could
Tennessee 20, Houston 17 Rox (Freeland 15-7) at L.A. (Kershaw 8-5), 7:10 p.m. Angels (Skaggs 8-8) at Oakland (Hendriks 0-1),7:05 p.m. The resolution is nonbinding. not be purchased for use at city
Miami 20, N.Y. Jets 12 Beauregard, a former state troop-
L.A. Chargers 31, Buffalo 20 SF (Holland 7-8) at SD (Lucchesi 8-8), 7:10 p.m. Wednesday’s Games recreation facilities. It also
Atlanta 31, Carolina 24 Wednesday’s Games Minnesota at Detroit,10:10 a.m. er, is upset with Nike’s decision to required the parks and recreation
Tampa Bay 27, Philadelphia 21 Tampa Bay at Texas,11:05 a.m.
Kansas City 42, Pittsburgh 37
St. Louis at Atlanta, 9:10 a.m. use former San Francisco 49ers director to approve all athletic pur-
Green Bay 29, Minnesota 29, OT N.Y. Mets at Philadelphia, 3:05 p.m. Boston at N.Y.Yankees,4:05 p.m.
L.A. Rams 34, Arizona 0
quarterback Colin Kaepernick in an chases by booster clubs using the
Kansas City at Pittsburgh, 4:05 p.m. Kansas City at Pittsburgh,4:05 p.m.
San Francisco 30, Detroit 27
Cincinnati at Milwaukee, 4:40 p.m. Toronto at Baltimore,4:05 p.m.
ad campaign. The town’s adminis- facilities. The order prompted a
Jacksonville 31, New England 20 trator didn’t know of any specific
Denver 20, Oakland 19 San Francisco at San Diego, 6:10 p.m. Chicago White Sox at Cleveland,4:10 p.m. protest that included three mem-
Dallas 20, N.Y. Giants 13 Chicago Cubs at Arizona, 6:40 p.m. Seattle at Houston,5:10 p.m. Nike products that municipal bers of the NFL’s New Orleans
Monday’s Games
Chicago 24, Seattle 17 Colorado at L.A. Dodgers, 7:10 p.m. Angels at Oakland,7:05 p.m. departments are currently using. Saints and hundreds of others.
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Two million US teens vaping marijuana Safeguards slammed for
By Carla K. Johnson
foster kids on psych drugs
A school-based survey shows nearly
1 in 11 U.S. students have used mari- WASHINGTON — Thousands of foster children may be
juana in electronic cigarettes, height- getting powerful psychiatric drugs prescribed to them with-
ening health concerns about the new out basic safeguards, says a federal watchdog agency that
popularity of vaping among teens. found a failure to care for youngsters whose lives have
E-cigarettes typically contain nico- already been disrupted.
tine, but many of the battery-powered A report released Monday by the Health and Human
devices can vaporize other substances, Services inspector general’s office found that about 1 in 3
including marijuana. Results published foster kids from a sample of states were prescribed psychi-
Monday mean 2.1 million middle and atric drugs without treatment plans or follow-up, standard
high school students have used them to steps in sound medical care.
get high. Kids getting mood-altering drugs they don’t need is only
Vaping is generally considered less part of the problem. Investigators also said children who
dangerous than smoking, because need medication to help them function at school or get
burning tobacco or marijuana gener- along in social settings may be going untreated.
ates chemicals that are harmful to The drugs include medications for attention deficit disor-
lungs. But there is little research on e- der, anxiety, PTSD, depression, bipolar disorder and schizo-
cigarettes’ long-term effects, including phrenia. Foster kids are much more likely to get psychiatric
whether they help smokers quit. drugs than children overall.
The rise in teenagers using e-ciga- REUTERS “We are worried about the gap in compliance because it has
rettes has alarmed health officials who A survey shows nearly 10 percent of U.S. high school students have used an immediate, real-world impact on children’s lives,” said
worry kids will get addicted to nico- marijuana in electronic cigarettes. Ann Maxwell, an assistant inspector general.
tine, a stimulant, and be more likely to Among the situations investigators encountered was the
try cigarettes. Last week, the Food and tobacco user were more likely than in public and private schools. More case of a 6-year-old boy diagnosed with ADHD, learning and
Drug Administration gave the five others to report vaping marijuana. than 20,000 students took the survey speech disorders, outbursts of temper and defiance, and hair-
largest e-cigarette makers 60 days to It’s unclear whether marijuana vap- in 2016. pulling disorder. He had been put on four psychiatric drugs.
produce plans to stop underage use of ing is increasing among teens or hold- A different survey from the But a medication review questioned the need for some of
their products. ing steady. The devices have grown University of Michigan in December the medications. Of the four, two were discontinued and one
Nearly 9 percent of students surveyed into a multi-billion industry, but they found similar results when it asked for was reduced in dosage, investigators said. Two different med-
in 2016 said they used an e-cigarette are relatively new. the first time about marijuana vaping. ications were prescribed.
device with marijuana, according to In states where marijuana is legal, In that study, 8 percent of 10th graders Investigators found no evidence that a treatment plan for
Monday’s report in the journal JAMA shoppers can buy cartridges of liquid said they vaped marijuana in the past the boy had been developed in the first place, before starting
Pediatrics. That included one-third of containing THC, the chemical in mari- year. him on medication.
those who ever used e-cigarettes. juana that gets people high, that work “The health risks of vaping reside In another case, an 11-year-old boy had been put on two
The number is worrying “because with a number of devices. Juul, by far not only in the vaping devices, but in medications after being diagnosed with ADHD, anxiety and
cannabis use among youth can the most popular e-cigarette device, the social environment that comes behavior problems. But over a three-month period his foster
adversely affect learning and memory does not offer marijuana pods, but with it,” said University of Michigan
and may impair later academic achieve- users can re-fill cartridges with researcher Richard Miech. Kids who See KIDS, Page 18
ment and education, ” said lead cannabis oil. vape are more likely to become known
researcher Katrina Trivers of the It was the first time a question about as drug users and make friends with
Centers for Disease Control and marijuana vaping was asked on this drug users, he said, adding that “hang-
Prevention. particular survey, which uses a nation- ing out with drug users is a substantial
Students who said they lived with a ally representative sample of students risk factor for future drug use.”
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build the units commensurate with the sauerkraut, about 1,800 pounds of smoked

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demand to live locally.
“We need to build the supply. Yes, we need
housing. We need affordable housing. But in
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and Nuremberg sausages courtesy of
Southern California’s Nava Sausage Co. are
waiting for the grill. Everything on the
order to make that happen, we need to make menu is priced between $6 and $13.
potential projects financially infeasible. sure the builders building those projects This is the fifth year that the German tra-
will be willing to build,” he said. Music, games and dances are on the lineup
Brendan Hayes, a senior vice president dition has been celebrated in downtown
each day. Taking the stage Wednesday, Sept.
with Fairfield Residential which is building Though his fellow councilmembers recog- Redwood City. The event drew well over
5,000 people last year and almost sold out; 19 is Deutscher Musikverein, which has
157 units along Airport Boulevard, asked nized Gupta’s concerns, ultimately their
support for the initiative outweighed his Wilder expects similar numbers this year. been performing traditional German march-
officials to consider grandfathering in proj-
ects already part of the development dissent. Broadway will be closed to traffic, a big es, polkas and European folk music around
pipeline. tent is decorated for the occasion and there the Bay Area since 1938. The Internationals
Vice Mayor Karyl Matsumoto was espe- will also play polkas along with waltzes,
More broadly, developers raised concerns cially skeptical of the suggestion that will be over 1,100 feet of “family style”
about cutting profit margins during an bench seating. schottisches and American classics the fol-
establishing the regulations would slow
already expensive period for construction in down development locally. As evidence, she Revelers will collectively down about lowing day, and The Alpiners will perform
the Bay Area would result in suppressing pointed to similar concerns expressed when 180 to 200 kegs of beer throughout the five- Oktoberfest standards, including authentic
development in South San Francisco. officials considered establishing levying day celebration, and they can choose from a yodeling by a Bavarian native, throughout
Such a concern resonated with Gupta, cit- new fees against the local biotech industry, variety of styles: a lager, Oktoberfest brew, the weekend.
ing fears about discouraging builders from which subsequently continued to boom. doppelbock and hefeweizen — all brewed by
proposing projects locally. Munich-based Spaten. A popular root beer The Golden Gate Bavarian Club was found-
Noting the calls she has heard from resi- ed in 2005 to preserve and promote
“I would like to make sure that we do not brewed by San Carlos’ Devil’s Canyon
dents seeking more affordable housing, Bavarian culture in the Bay Area and it will
unnecessarily cause those obstructions Brewing Company will also be on tap.
Matsumoto said she supported the proposal
which may prevent those projects from The Bavarian Bread Company out of San be doing just that Friday through Sunday.
and was willing to take the risk that the
going forward,” said Gupta, who voted in reduced profit margin would not chase away Leandro will again provide traditional soft Donning authentic and German-made out-
support of two other proposals to align the developers. pretzels — 4,000 of them to be exact. fits, the club will sing, dance and lead vari-
city’s regulations with the state and estab- Baking begins at 3 a.m. each day, and ous traditional and sometimes interactive
lish the in-lieu fee. “Human life is more important to me and Wilder said his team has perfected a warming skits and activities.
While recognizing the need for additional I’m willing to gamble that there will be technique to ensure the pretzels are always
affordable housing, he added it is important opportunities if we hold fast,” she said. fresh and never dry out. The finished product Entry tick ets include a commemorativ e
for South San Francisco to remain a devel- Councilman Rich Garbarino was absent is served with salame and cheese. stein and one drink tick et. Visit redwoodci-
opment destination if the city hopes to from the meeting. Accompanied by German potato salad and ty /org/Ok toberfest for more information.

ly important, they are at risk of getting pow- Foster children come into the mental for foster children through Medicaid, which

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erful medications that they do not need,”
Maxwell said.
The inspector general is recommending
health system with added complications.
Their most basic connections in life have
been stressed or severed. They may have suf-
spends hundreds of millions of dollars annu-
ally on psychiatric drugs. Nationally, it’s
been estimated that about 120,000 children
that the HHS Administration for Children and fered neglect or abandonment. They may in foster care take at least one such medica-
Families develop a strategy to help states have witnessed or been a victim of abusive tion.
mother had problems getting prescription behavior or violence. The inspector general scrutinized a sample
refills. By the fourth month, the boy’s life meet their existing requirements for prescrib-
ing psychiatric drugs to foster children, and A 2010 study from the Tufts Clinical and of 125 cases from each of five states with the
was out of control. His decline included steal- Translational Science Institute found that highest overall percentages of foster chil-
ing, lying, bullying and an in-school sus- to generally raise standards for case-by-case
oversight. estimated rates of psychiatric drug use among dren treated with psychiatric drugs. Those
pension. youth in foster care are much higher (13 per- states were Iowa, Maine, New Hampshire,
In a formal response to the report the chil- cent to 52 percent) than among youth overall
Investigators found there was no require- North Dakota and Virginia. The cases covered
dren’s agency said it may need additional (4 percent).
ment in that state for case workers to follow the period from October 2014 through March
legal authority. The agency also said it is
up with foster parents about medications. Compounding the challenge for foster 2015. Investigators looked at each state’s
committed to making sure foster children get
The lack of effective follow-up contributed to children is the fact that responsibility for compliance with its own particular require-
psychiatric medications only when medical-
the boy’s downward spiral. their well-being is often divided among fos- ments for treatment planning and follow-up.
ly appropriate. Officials noted that the
“These children are at greater risk of not inspector general’s findings covered just five ter parents, birth parents, relatives and case Maxwell said the finding that 34 percent of
getting the medications they need, but equal- states. workers. That can increase chances for mis- children did not have either treatment plans
communication and conflict, not to mention or follow-up monitoring translates to about
everyday problems going unaddressed until 4,500 children in the five states examined.
they escalate. She said the national number would certainly
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Lewis, executive director of the nonprofit Save The Bay. By
Calendar BAY underscoring the need and demand for restoration projects,
Lewis is hoping Speier’s legislation will help get critical
TUESDAY, SEPT. 18 Cloud Ave., Menlo Park. For more restoration projects off the ground, and, in turn, boost
The Art of Drawing. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. information call 854-5897. Continued from page 1 efforts to reduce pollution and clean up contaminants in the
San Carlos Adult Community Center,
601 Chestnut St., San Carlos. Learn Helping Your Teen Transition to Bay.
basic skills and explore a variety of High School. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Menlo U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to award grants He noted the bill would also create a San Francisco Bay
drawing tools and subject matter. Park Main Library, 800 Alma St., Menlo toward projects aimed at conserving and restoring the Bay
18+. Cost is $30 for eight two-hour Park. For more information call 330- Program Office within the Environmental Protection
classes. For more information call 2501. if it passes. Speier said the $4 million to $5 million in Agency and allow the agency to appoint an office director
802-4384. annual federal funds the agency has previously dedicated to to ensure the funds are spent according to a comprehensive
Happiness Through Yoga. 7 p.m. to
Job Lab. 10 a.m. to noon. Redwood 8:30 p.m. Burlingame Library, 480 projects in the San Francisco Bay pales in comparison to conservation and monitoring plan mandated by the agency.
City Downtown Library, 1044 Primrose Road, Burlingame. All activi- the some $12 million in annual federal funding it has com- “This would give the San Francisco Bay a much firmer and
Middlefield Road, Redwood City. Help ties will be done sitting on a chair or
with job searches, online applications standing. No floor exercises. Free. For mitted to the Long Island Sound, a much smaller estuary. more substantial basis for annual funding, ” he said.
and resume writing. For more infor- more information call 558-7407. She noted the most recent introduction of the bill spurred “There’s just not very much funding compared to the need
mation call 780-7058.
Mabon: Celebrating the Equinox a study released in August by the U. S. Government and the demand.”
Keeping Safe from Financial Fraud. with Circus. 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Accountability Office, which she said emphasized the Bay In addition to the Measure AA funds, Bay and marsh
1 p.m. to 2 p.m. San Mateo Senior Dragon Productions Theatre Co., is at risk for long-term restoration defects if more funding
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, 2120 Broadway, Redwood City. For restoration will also be supported by the some $20 million
San Mateo. Free. Registration is ages 18 and older. $25 at the door. For isn’t made available soon. dedicated for bay and marsh restoration in Proposition 68,
required for this class. For more infor- more information call 493-2006. “With each introduction, we have highlighted the fact
mation and to register call 522-7490. which was approved by voters in June, and another $200
THURSDAY, SEPT. 20 that the San Francisco Bay estuary is the largest estuary on million that would be dedicated to tidal marsh restoration in
Menlo Park Memoir Classes. 1 p.m. Meditate and Feel Great. 9 a.m. to the entire West Coast and has over 100 endangered species,”
to 2:30 p.m. 800 Middle Ave., Menlo 10 a.m. San Mateo Senior Center, the Bay if Proposition 3 is approved by voters in
Park. Guidance in using life to create 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San she said. “Yet we receive a really infinitesimal amount of November. Lewis said the addition of federal dollars to the
Memoir for personal use or publica- Mateo. For more information call 522- resources to help to protect it.” funding pool supporting restoration projects would make
tion. Cost is $60 for series of four 7490.
classes or $20 for drop-in. For more Speier said the study also pointed out local actors in the more resources available right away.
information call 326-0723. San Mateo AARP Chapter 139 region have been good collaborators with the federal gov- An effort to restore the habitat and provide flood protec-
Meeting. 11 a.m. Beresford
Your Best Resume. 1 p.m. Millbrae Recreation Center, 2029 Alameda de ernment, noting the willingness of voters to pass in 2016 tions at the Ravenswood salt ponds in Menlo Park is one
Library, 1 Library Ave., Millbrae. Learn las Pulgas, San Mateo. Free. Social Measure AA, a $12 annual tax on every parcel aimed to pro- among many projects that could be accelerated with the pro-
how to make a concise resume from hour and a business meeting fol-
Nova Jobs of San Mateo. Free. To reg- lowed by entertainment. vide a total of $500 million for Bay restoration projects. posed funding, said Lewis, who added restoration projects
ister, visit Expected to generate some $25 million annually, Measure planned for Bay wetlands in Hayward and in the North Bay
Foster City 55+ Club. 11 a.m. to
LittleBits: Bubble Machines. 4 p.m. 12:10 p.m. Foster City Recreation AA demonstrates Bay Area residents recognize what’s at near Skaggs Island could also stand to benefit from the fund-
South San Francisco Library, 840 West Center, 650 Shell Blvd, Foster City. stake if restoration projects are not supported with funding, ing.
Orange Avenue, South San Francisco. Game day. Free. For more information said Speier.
Cost is free. For more information call call 286-2585. Lewis and Speier looked to the improvements that could
829-3860. “It shows that we are good partners and if the federal gov- be ushered in by the funding to also protect the area against
Play Poker Like a Pro. 11:30 a.m. to ernment matches what we’re putting up, we could make
Yom K ippur Kol Nidrei with 12:30 p.m. San Mateo Senior Center, sea level rise. Because marshes can absorb high tides and
Chabad of the North Peninsula. 7 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San some significant inroads to protecting the watershed area,” storm water, they can be cost-effective flood protection
p.m. Wornick Jewish Day School, 800 Mateo. For more information call 522- she said. strategy for shoreline infrastructure when compared to sea
Foster City Blvd., Foster City. For more 7490.
information call 667-9556. Considering most of the property where tidal marsh walls and levees, said Lewis.
Let’s Talk Book s: Mark Twain’s restoration is occurring in the Bay is federal land, the gap “The most significant impact would be that it would pro-
Poetry Night. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Huckleberry Finn. Noon to 1 p.m.
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de las Redwood City Downtown Library, between what locals and the federal government have com- vide barriers for sea level rise, which is of grave concern to
Pulgas, Belmont. For more informa- 1044 Middlefield Road, Redwood mitted to Bay restoration projects is striking, noted David all of us in the region,” said Speier.
tion call 591-8286. City. For more information call 780-
Anthony Kennedy.

Pennisula Rose Society Meeting.
7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Redwood City Tod Dickow with Charged Particles
Veterans Memorial Center, 1455 Play the Music of Michael Brecker. Among the GOP defectors was Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona, a
Madision Ave. Redwood City. Learn to 2:30 p.m. Redwood City Public Judiciary Committee member who has clashed bitterly with
use composition and lighting to best Library, Fireplace Room, 1044 Trump and is retiring from the Senate. Flake said he told No.
capture roses. Free. For more informa- Middlefield Road, Redwood City. For Continued from page 1
tion call 595-4402. more information call 780-7018. 2 Senate Republican leader John Cornyn of Texas on Sunday
that “if we didn’t give her a chance to be heard, then I would
Fundamentals of Genealogy. Little Oktoberfest Redwood City 2018. 5
the seminal hearings against Clarence Thomas in 1991, that vote no.”
House, The Roslyn Morris Activity p.m. to midnight. Courthouse Square, could derail Kavanaugh’s nomination altogether. There was enormous pressure on GOP Sens. Susan Collins
Center, 800 Middle Ave. Menlo Park. 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. Fun Just hours earlier, top Republicans had shown no interest
Cost $70. Learn to use common and merriment, music, dancing, con- of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, two moderates who
genealogical record types and impor- tests, cold beer and other beverages, in a theatrical spectacle that would thrust Kavanaugh and Ford have yet to announce their positions on Kavanaugh and
tant family history websites. For more food and more. Cost $15 to $23. For before television cameras with each offering public— and no
information call 326-2025. more information call 780-7311. aren’t on the Judiciary Committee.
doubt conflicting and emotional — versions of what did or Collins said that in a telephone conversation with
Drop-In Computer Help. 10 a.m. to Fortnite Dance Challenge. 3 p.m. to didn’t happen at a high school party in the early 1980s. Kavanaugh on Friday, he was “absolutely emphatic” that the
Noon. Redwood City Public Library, 5 p.m. South San Francisco Library,
1044 Middlefield Road, Redwood 840 West Orange Avenue, South San Instead, Grassley had said he’d seek telephone interviews assault didn’t occur, and she said it would be “disqualifying”
City. Free. For more information call Francisco. For all ages, cost is free. For with Kavanaugh and Ford, winning plaudits from Senate
780-7098. more information call 829-3860. if Kavanaugh was lying. Murkowski said Ford’s story “must
The Bills in concert. 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., for planning to be taken seriously.” Neither Collins nor Murkowski faces re-
Meditation with Pablo Gonzalez. 6 p.m. Odd Fellows Lodge, 526 Main St., handle the episode “by the book.” Democrats rejected that election this fall.
p.m. to 11:59 p.m. Grand Avenue Half Moon Bay. The Bills are
Branch Library, 306 Walnut Avenue, renowned for their instrumental vir- plan, saying the seriousness of the charges merited a full FBI With the (hash)MeToo movement galvanizing liberal and
South San Francisco. Practice mind- tuosity, lush vocal arrangements, investigation. female voters and already costing prominent men their jobs
fulness meditation. Cost is free. For evocative songwriting, and a refresh-
more information call 877-8530. ing sound that transcends musical Republicans had also displayed no willingness to delay a in government, journalism and entertainment, a hearing
boundaries and defies simple cate- Judiciary panel vote that Grassley had planned for this would offer a fuller vetting of Ford’s charges but also present
San Mateo Professional Alliance. gorization. Free but $20 donations
Noon to 1 p.m. Central Park Bistro, 181 accepted. 18 and over. For more infor- Thursday to advance the nomination. But President Donald a politically jarring prelude to November’s midterm elec-
E. Fourth Ave., San Mateo. Promotes mation call 350-0425. Trump telegraphed earlier Monday that that schedule might tions.
an environment for idea sharing, slow. He told reporters at the White House: “If it takes a lit-
leveraging resources and building San Bruno Movies-in-the-Park: Cornyn said Senate Republicans used a closed-door meet-
long-term relationships. Annual dues Jumanji—Welcome to the Jungle. tle delay, it will take a little delay.” ing Monday to agree to the public hearing.
are $60 per year, and members will 8:15 p.m. San Bruno City Park, 251 City
enjoy solid referrals from other busi- Park Way, San Bruno. For more infor- If the Judiciary committee’s timetable slips further, it Some Democrats raised questions about whether Grassley’s
ness members within the group. mation call 616-7084. would become increasingly difficult for Republicans to plan was sufficient.
Make sure to bring your business schedule a vote before the Nov. 6 elections, in which con-
cards, company brochures and other SATURDAY, SEPT. 22 Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, the top Democrat on
informational materials. For more Researching Your Civil War gressional control will be at stake. the Judiciary panel, told reporters that “there needs to be
information, call 430-6500. Ancestors. 10 a.m. to noon. Grace
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110 employment 110 employment 127 elderly care 203 public notices 210 lost & found
letters to a general personal representa- loSt cat. Black and White. Black
Caregivers Wanted
Wanted family reSource tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
patch on right eye. REWARD.
Call (323) 439-7713.
Home CCare
are Jobs guide from the date of mailing or personal de-
The San Mateo Daily Journal’s livery to you of a notice under sectioin books
twice-a-week resource guide for 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth-
(650) 600-8108 children and families. er California statutes and legal authority JameS patterSon hardback books.
may affect your rights as a creditor. You
mail: every tuesday & weekend may want to consult with an attorney 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861
knowledgeable in California law.
w Look for it in today’s paper to You may examine the file kept by the nicholaS SparKS hardback books.
find information on family court. If you are a person interested in 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861
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resources in the local area, the estate, you may file with the court a quality booKS used and rare. World
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Altos including childcare. Request for Special Notice (form DE- & US History and classic American nov-
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praisal of estate assets or of any petition
or account as provided in Probate Code the halo Forerunner saga. 3 books.
section 1250. A Request for Special No- Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587
203 public notices tice form is available from the court clerk.
Attorney for Petitioner: V.logVinoV, unuSual Journey to the
fictitiouS buSineSS name Mercy L. Hall Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus-
Day or Night
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Placement Statement #278695 57 Post Street, Suite 903 sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695
The following person is doing business SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104
Required: 2 years
years paid experience
experience as Summit Auto Body and Painting, 317 (415)496-9273
or current
current CNA Certification;
Certification; Old County Road, BELMONT, CA FILED: 8/31/2018 294 business equipment
94002. Registered Owner: Christopher (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
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Car; Speak
Speak and writewrite English
English Zammit, 735 Laurelwood Rd., San Ma- nal on 9/18/18, 9/25/18, 9/26/18 ) reStaurant equipment- Every-
teo, CA 94403. The business is conduct- thing must go! Closing-out sale CALL
ed by an Individual. The registrants (650)340-9995
commenced to transact business under
the FBN on 04/01/1979.
/s/Christopher Zammit/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
294 baby Stuff
sor-County Clerk on 8/27/18. (Published notice of Sale of baby crib, "Dream on Me", like new
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/4/18, real property at priVate Sale with mattress, pad and 2 sheets. $80.00.
9/11/18, 9/18/18, 9/25/18). SUPERIOR COURT OF THE (650)592-3540
notice of petition to In the Matter of the
adminiSter eState of SAMDAY 2006 TRUST
Corwin Jarvis Evans bruShed finiSh, 15" X 20" frame
Case Number: 18PRO00915 holds 18 various size photos. Never
To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- Notice is hereby given that the under- used. $20. 650-369-2486.
signed will sell at private sale, on or after
newSpaper internS tingent creditors, and persons who may
otherwise be interested in the will or es- October 3, 2018, at the office of Nancy
296 appliances
D. Rasch, 165 South Park, San Francis-
JournaliSm tate, or both, of Corwin Jarvis Evans; Co-
ry Evans. A Petition for Probate has co, CA, to the highest and best bidder,
The Daily Journal is looking for in- been filed by Erin L. Markey in the Su- and subject to confirmation by said Su- air conditioner 10000 BTU w/re-
perior Court, all right, title and interest of mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
terns to do entry level reporting, re- perior Court of California, County of San
brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
Mateo. The Petition for Probate requests said trust in and to all that certain real
search, updates of our ongoing fea- that Erin L. Markey be appointed as per- property situated in the County of San 0898
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- sonal representative to administer the Mateo, State of California, commonly
so welcome. estate of the decedent. known as: hotpoint heaVy Duty Dryer excellent
The petition requests authority to admin- working condition Burlingame $50 Call
We expect a commitment of four to ister the estate under the Independent 382 Dorado Way Dan (408)656-0958
Administration of Estates Act. (This au- South San Francisco, CA 94080
eight hours a week for at least four thority will allow the personal representa-
months. The internship is unpaid, but Kenmore window A/C (vert. open-
tive to take many actions without obtain- APN: 013124010 ing) 8700 btu. New in box. $200.00 as
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- ing court approval. Before taking certain
is. David Butler (415)608- 1214.
terns have progressed in time into very important actions, however, the per- Terms of sale are cash in lawful money
sonal representative will be required to of the United States on confirmation of
paid correspondents and full-time re- give notice to interested persons unless maytag waSher excellent working
sale, or part cash and balance upon such
porters. they have waived notice or consented to terms and conditions as are agreeable to condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
the proposed action.) The independent the personal representative. Ten (10%) (408)656-0958
College students or recent graduates administration authority will be granted of amount bid to be deposited with bid.
unless an interested person files an ob- mfg h20labS Model 300 exc cond
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper jection to the petition and shows good
Bids or offers must be in writing and will
counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
experience is preferred but not neces- cause why the court should not grant au- be received at the office of Nancy D.
Rasch at any time after the first publica-
sarily required. thority.
tion of this notice and before the date of new, Singer Sewing Machine Univer-
A hearing on the petition will be held in sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma-
this court as follows: OCT. 10 2018 at said sale.
Please send a cover letter describing chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222
9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of
your interest in newspapers, a resume California, County of San Mateo, 400 /s/Nancy D. Rasch/
Attorney for the Successor Trustee room heater Electric 1320 Watts, Ar-
and three recent clips. Before you ap- County Center, Redwood City, CA
vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5.
94063. Law Office of Nancy D. Rasch
ply, you should familiarize yourself 165 South Park (650)952-3500
If you object to the granting of the peti-
with our publication. Our Web site: tion, you should appear at the hearing San Francisco, CA 94107 and state your objections or file written (415)440-4947 Sewing machine-royal XL 6000
objections with the court before the hear- Dated: September 14, 2018 Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150.
Send your information via e-mail to ing. Your appearance may be in person (650)342-8436.
or by your attorney. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- or by reg- If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- nal 09/18/18, 09/25/18, 09/26/18) Showtime rotiSSerie used once
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- itor of the decedent, you must file your $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 claim with the court and mail a copy to message.
the personal representative appointed by
the court within the later of either (1) four Vacuum cleaner (reconditioned)
months from the date of first issuance of
$20 Call Ed (415)298-0645

legal noticeS
Fictitious Business Name Statements,
Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate,
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons,
Notice of Public Sales and More.
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County.
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296 Appliances 298 collectibles 304 Furniture 304 Furniture 310 Misc. For sale 311 Musical Instruments
wEsTERn wAsHbOARD Sales made vInTAgE guccI Boston satchel purse, 2 wALnuT 3-drawer nitestands. Tops REcLInIng cHAIR, wine colored $30, cOMEALOng 3/4 ton chain $25 (650) uPRIgHT PIAnO. In tune. Fair condi-
of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C. Good Condition. $75.00 (650)536-0513 need work but very good cond. $20/ea (650)-583-4985 873-6304 tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886.
$75. phone 650-369-2486. (650)952-3466.
RETRO HuTcH Needs refinishing other- cOsTcO PLAY Pen with travel bag. vInTAgE LIngERIE Washboard circa
299 computers AnTIquE DInIng table for six people wise good condition. Top detaches from Used once $35 (650)591-2981 1920’s The Zinc King #703. Suitable for
297 bicycles with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 bottom $25. (650)712-9962
DELuxE FOLDER Walker - 5" wheels -
strumming $50 (650)369-2486
19" cOLOR Monitor with stand VG con-
ADuLT bIkEs 1 regular and 2 with bal- dition power cord/owners manual includ- AnTIquE MOHAgAnY Bookcase. Four sOFAbED, vELOuR, tan, Excellent Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 YAMAHA AcOusTIc Guitar, model
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. condition. $75. (808)631-1365. FG830 electric. $400.00 (650)421-5469
FREE MAgAzInEs. Library discards
ARMcHAIR gOOD condition $55. sOLID wOOD Dining table with exten- year old ones. Wide variety. Good for zILJIAn cYMbALs with stands, 21”
bMx MOngOOsE Outer Limit Bike, I-PAD kEYbOARD. $25.00. (650)588- sion great piece great condition black crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074
looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933 0842 (650)266-3184 ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99
$80 (650)364-5263 (916)826-5964
bEDsTEAD sIngLE, poster style, box HAT, T-sHIRT, sweatshirt and comput-
bMx wITH caliper brakes and adjusta- REcORDAbLE cD-R 74, Sealed, Unop- erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648
ble seat, comes with two extra tires. $20. ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, spring, mattress available. $40.00. sOLID wOOD Entertainment Center-
(650)595-3933 (650) 578 9208 (650)593-7408 TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
LIOnEL cHRIsTMAs Holiday expan-
312 Pets & Animals
Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
bEIgE sOFA $99. Excellent Condition X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 AIRLInE cARRIER for cats, pur. from
bOcA-LADIEs bIkE 26 IN., blue and
yellow, padded seat, XL, basket holds an 300 Toys (650) 315-2319 (925)482-5742 LIOnEL wEsTERn Union Pass car and Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
18 pack; grandma has to sell (650)678- dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 (505)228-1480 local.
1989 $50 OBO. 100 THIngs for little children to do on a bLAck METAL 4 drawer file cabinet TAbLE 24"x48" folding legs each end.
trip. 4"X6" cards with instructions. Used. $25.00. call (650)872-2371 Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost LOREx 14” B&W Surveillance System bOsTOn TERRIER-PuPPY 8 weeks
cHILD’s scHwInn bIcYcLE, bLuE in FREE (650)595-3933 $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 Model SG14S1042C-A $75 (415)407- old, Vaccinated, Vet Checked, $2,000
bunk bEDs for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 (650)400-1144.
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or 2360 RWC loction.
AMERIcAn FLYER locomotive runs THREE IncH egg crate foam twin bed
gOOD RunnIng Bicycle. $39. B/O (650)685-2494 mattress for sound sleep, perfect condi- LuggAgE, RED, 21" NEW Samsonite OnE kEnnEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433
650-342-5220. tion, $20, 650-595-3933 Spinner,$50.00. (650)729-3000 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
LARgE sTuFFED ANIMALS - $3 each cOMMODE, gOOD condition. $20 obo. (650)593-2066
MOunTAIn bIkE. Top brand. Runs Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 Please call (650)745-6309 TwIn bED frame-black wrought iron
good. $39. (660)342-5220 from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341 MAkEs 6"x6" potholders, frame and PARROT cAgE, Steel, Large - approx
sTAR wARs Celebration 3 Darth Vader cOMPuTER DEsk (glass) & chair. Like
new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or loops included. FREE. 650-595-3933 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
nEw 12" girls bike w/ training wheels $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 TwIn bED, mattress, box spring, frame offer. (650)245-4084
$75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave $ 50. (650)598-9804. MEILInk sAFE-FIRE Proof,
302 Antiques cOMPuTER swIvEL CHAIR. Padded TwIn bED- Free you pick up. Call
50”x31”X31”, 2200lbs $1200 (415)309-3892
PET cARRIER for small dog or cat in ex-
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 (650)344-2109 cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349-
298 collectibles 100 Y/O family heirloom, hand sewn, 6059
hexagon pieced quilt. 8ft. sq. $99. DEsk, gD. cond. $99.99 or b.o. usED bEDROOM Furniture, FREE. Call
80’s TOPs Complete Factory Set All (650)458-3578 (650)573-7381. MOTLEY cRuE lp signed by neil lee PET TAxI Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux
(650)556-9708 sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019 Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for
Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474.
vEnEER cHEsT 6.5’ high, 3 ft. wide $25. Call (650)349-6059.
AnTIquE HEMIngRAY Glass Tele- $99 (650)322-2814. nEgRInI FEncIng Epee mask size M
bADgE, 7 Star Special Security Offi- DInIng TAbLE (36"x54") and 4 match- & France Lames 5 epee blade $95
graph Pole Insulator. Aqua colored. Pris-
cer;$25- will text picture (650)218-0121
tine condition. 4.5"X3.25" $15 (650)762-
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for wALL unIT/ROOM Divider. Simple (415)260-6940 316 clothes
San Carlos $250 .(650)-654-1930.
6048 lines. Breaks down for transportation.
$25.(650)712-9962 leave message nEw LAwn SWING 5'1/2" W x 5 '6" H 5 bOxEs male & female square dance
bEAuTIFuL HERMAn Miller pendulum DREssER 4-DRAwER in Belmont for $100 (650) 678-6428 aft. 6pm clothing. Excellent Condition. As a
clock. Rich wood finish - works well; nice bEER sTEIns-ORIgInAL from Germa- $75. Good condition; good for children. wALnuT cHEsT, small (4 drawer with bunch $200 Maryann (650)574-4439.
chime! $65; 650-591-8851. ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info Call (650)678-8585 OLD sTYLE Water dispenser-iron stand-
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
(650)592-7483 clay pot-5gal. glass bottle $75. (650)873- bOx OF used men's Levi's and misc.
DEPREssIOn gLAss Dining Plate. 8 EnTERTAInMEnT cEnTER for $50. wHITE wIckER Armoire, asking $100, 6304
3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. jeans $99.00 or best offer fair condition
Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. great condition, text for picture (650)571- (650)589-0764
$12 (650)762-6048 MAHOgAnY AnTIquE Secretary desk, (650)726-4102 0947 RAY-bAn TOP Bar Sunglasses
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- DAwgs bRAnD Kaymann black and
LEnnOx RED Rose, Unused, hand gLIDER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- wOOD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light-
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. white snake print loafers size 7 (9.3”) $25
lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- (650)369-2486
$12.00. (650) 578 9208. 6596
ROsEvILLE TuLIP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. gREY METAL storage cabinet with 4
MILLER LITE Neon sign , work good $45. (650)574-2490. shelves $40.00 call(650)872-2371 306 Housewares sAMsOnITE 26" tan hard-sided suit
FAncY HIgH hee; shoes, never worn
$59 call (650)218-6528 size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
IkEA DREssER, black, 3 shelf. 23" x cOMPLETE sET OF CHINA - Windsor $45. (650)328-6709
OLD, AnTIquE, Bottle Collection: 20 303 Electronics 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
FAux FuR Coat Woman's brown multi
bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 20-pieces in original box, never used. sILk sAREE 6 yards new nice color.for
IkEA TAbLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. $250 per box (3 boxes available). color in excellent condition 3/4
sMALL Rug beater. $15.00 (650)207-
AMAzOn kInDLE brand new $10.00 $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- length $50 (650)692-8012
call (650)872-2371 $ 30. (650)598-9804. (650)342-5630 formation.
LOvE cHAIR, velour, tan. $45. gEnuInE LADIEs Mink Fur Jacket,
sTAR wARs R2-D2, original 1998 un- bLAuPunkT AM/FM/cD Radio and Re- (808)631-1365. cRYsTAL (LEADED glass) lamp $30. sInk, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, $50.00 Call: (650)368-0748.
opened action figure. $15 in San Carlos. ceiver with Detachable Face asking Can send picture. (650)464-7860 $15.00 (650)544-5306
Steve 650-518-6614 $100. (650)593-4490 MAssAgE TAbLE, excellent condition, kAYAnO MEn’s Running shoes size 11
MIkAsA sET. White. Modern (square) sLR LEns Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6 good condition $20 (650)520-7045
folding, $25, (650) 552-9556. Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152.
TELEscOPE-cELEsTROn AsTRO Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171
cAnnOn cOPIER. $20. 650-342-5220.
Master Newtonian Reflector, w/ tro/pod nEw DELuxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin- LADIEs cLOTHIng, some w/tags.
sInk DOubLE cast iron. Good condi- sLR LEns Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 $99.00 (650)589-0764.
stand, Like New $150.00 FREE TELEvIsIOn - Mitsubishi, ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
Call (415)239-1348. 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not Sell! (650) 875-8159.
LADIEs sEquIn dress, blue, size XL,
Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local TIREs-sET OF four P225 45 R18 $80
TOPPs bAsEbALL complete set 1987 Delivery available. nEw TwIn Mattress set plus frame 308 Tools OBO (650)359-2238.
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- $30.00 (650) 347-2356 MEn's sTETsOn hat, size large, new,
4474 AnTIquE IROn Hand Drills. 3 available unIDEn HARLEY Davidson Gas Tank
MOTOROLA bRAvO MB 520 (android nIAgARA vIbRATIng Adjustable bed at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 (650) 578-9208
unIquE 1920's -1930's imprinted milk good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
bottle with creamer top from Golden card Belmont (650)595-8855 (408)656-0958 bRIggs & Stratton Lawn Mower with wALkER - Good Condition - Like New -
$35 (650)341-5347 nEw wITH tags Wool or cotton Men's
State dairy. $25 (650)762-6048 Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00. pullover sweaters (XL) $15/each
OnkYO Av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital OFFIcE TYPE 34"X 60" heavy solid (650)771-6324.
Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, wood with formica wood grain top $25 (650)952-3466
vInTAgE guccI Boston satchel purse,
Good Condition. $75.00 (650)536-0513 Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 (650) 787-9753 cRAFTsMAn 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
311 Musical Instruments
TuxEDO sIzE 40, black, including white
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 1929 AnTIquE Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
Lg cRAFTsMEn shop vac 6.5hp $60 ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call
(650)742-6776. wILsOn LEATHER Lady Jacket. Small,
(510)943-9221 like new. $45. (808)863-1136.
sHOPsMITH MARk V 50th Anniversary bALDwIn bAbY GRAND 1928 vintage wILsOn LEATHER, burgundy lady jack-
most attachments. $1,500/OBO. in walnut. $7500.00 w/bench (415)608- et, Small, like new $45 (808)863-1136
(650)504-0585 1214
wORk bOOTs. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
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fect condition 4DR Silver Low miles
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South San Francisco, CA 94080
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14 Lost cause
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16 Hawaiian island vessel 49 Safety feature 59 Pants, briefly
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23 Pool tool 23 LP successors
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28 Main attraction 29 Erma Bombeck’s
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navigator 30 Décor choice
93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800 obo. (650)745-6309
obo. (650) 952-4036.
33 Letter flourish 31 MLB’s D-backs Rims-ChRome, 17” Set of 4 with caps,
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34 “... good witch, 35 Editorial “let it
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__ bad witch?” stand”
Oldsmobile Cpe.. (650)481-5296.
the Club steering wheel locks 2 each
35 Angry or achy 37 Event often meRCedes ‘74 450 SEL, One owner,
new. $ 20.00 (650)871-8907

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No Accidents, Needs engine work, Pale
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White staR Tire Chains, never used.
P195/75R14. $25 obo. (650)745-6309.
reminder evening sky
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measurements $12,500 (650)759-3188 Joe 650 342-2483

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Turkey, Russia agree on demilitarized zone in Syria Around the world
Hope fades in Philippines
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the deal would be implemented in the
province, which is home to more than 3 mil- for dozens buried in landslides
MOSCOW — The leaders of Russia and lion Syrians and an estimated 60,000 rebel ITOGON, Philippines— Dozens of people
Turkey agreed Monday to establish a demilita- fighters from various groups. believed buried in a landslide unleashed by
rized zone in Syria’s Idlib region, the last “I believe that with this agreement we pre- Typhoon Mangkhut in the Philippines
major stronghold of anti-government rebels vented a great humanitarian crisis in Idlib,” probably did not survive, a mayor said
where fears had been running high of a devas- Erdogan said at a joint briefing with Putin. Monday, although rescuers kept digging
tating offensive by government forces. Turkey has been eager to prevent an assault through mud and debris covering a chapel
The zone will be established by Oct. 15 and by Syrian government troops in the where they had taken shelter.
be 15-20 kilometers (9-12 miles) deep, with province.
troops from Russia and NATO-member Turkey Of the 40 to 50 miners and their families
Putin said he believed the agreement on
conducting coordinated patrols, President believed inside the chapel, there is a “99
Idlib could hasten final resolution of Syria’s
Vladimir Putin said at the end of a more than percent” chance that they all were killed,
long and devastating civil war.
three-hour meeting with Turkish President said Mayor Victorio Palangdan of Itogon,
“We agreed that practical implementation of
Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Sochi. the Benguet province town that was among
the steps we plan will give a fresh impetus to
The deal marked a significant agreement the hardest hit by the typhoon that struck
the process of political settlement of the
between the two leaders and effectively delays Saturday.
Syrian conflict and will make it possible to REUTERS
an offensive by Syria and its Russian and invigorate efforts in the Geneva format and Mangkhut already is confirmed to have
Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan, left, and killed 66 people in the Philippines and four
Iranian allies, one that Turkey fears would cre- will help restore peace in Syria,” he said. Russian president Vladimir Putin shake hands
ate a humanitarian crisis near its border. Asked whether Syrian President Bashar in China, where it weakened to a tropical
after agreeing to a demilitarized zone in storm as it churned inland Monday.
Putin said “radical militants” would have to Assad’s government agreed with the Putin- Syria’s Idlib region.
withdraw from the zone. Among them would Erdogan plan, Russian Defense Minister Palangdan said rescuers have recovered 11
be those from the al-Qaida-linked Hayat Tahrir Sergei Shoigu told reporters in Sochi that “in agreement offered Russia a chance to walk bodies from the muddy avalanche, which
al-Sham — Arabic for Levant Liberation the coming hours, we will agree with them on back its threat against Idlib and represented a covered a former bunkhouse for the miners
Committee. The group denies it is linked to all the positions put forth in this document.” success for diplomatic pressure from Turkey that had been turned into a chapel. Dozens
al-Qaida. Ahmed Ramadan, a spokesman for the and the United States, which was also against of people sought shelter there during the
It was not immediately clear exactly how Syrian political opposition in exile, said the an offensive. storm despite warnings it was dangerous.




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