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Jury: Gypsy Hill killer guilty


42 years later, jury finds DNA establishes link between violent convict and teen murders
By Anna Schuessler Peninsula in a five- — which led to Cascio being found dead in cl o s er t o a s en s e o f j us t i ce.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF month period, Cascio and the Sharp Park Golf Course in Pacifica in Though District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe
Baxter’s murders sat January of 1976 and the discovery of was surprised the jury’s verdict was returned
Since 1976, the families of 18-year-old unsolved for years until Baxter’s body behind a church in Millbrae a little more than an hour after they began
Veronica Anne Cascio and 17-year-old Paula DNA connected violent about a month later — a jury found deliberations Tuesday afternoon, he noted it
Baxter have faced a cloud of mystery sur- convict 70-year-old Halbower guilty of first-degree murder in couldn’t come soon enough for those who
rounding the violent murders of the two Rodney Halbower to the teens’ deaths Tuesday. have waited more than four decades for the
teenage girls in San Mateo County more them in 2014. An d i n do i n g s o , t h ey h av e des t i n ed girls’ killer to be held accountable.
than 42 years ago. Some four years after Hal b o wer fo r a l i fe p ri s o n s en t en ce an d “I can’t imagine what they feel after 42
Thought to be two in a string of five Rodney he was charged with the a p at h p ro s ecut o rs b el i ev e wi l l h el p
killings of teens and young women on the Halbower girls’ gruesome murders b ri n g Cas ci o an d Bax t er ’s fami l i es See GUILTY, Page 18

REUTERS FILE PHOTO


Containers are seen in Shanghai, China.

Trade war
escalating
with China
China’s Finance Ministry announces
ZACHARY CLARK/DAILY JOURNAL
Supervisor Don Horsley has led the effort to create farmworker housing in San Mateo County with Measure K funds. Horsley retaliatory increases on U.S. imports
celebrated the project during the ribbon-cutting ceremony and was joined at the podium by Blue House Farm owner Ryan By Joe McDonald
Casey and Daniel Olstein, director, land programs and stewardship at POST. Below: The four three-bedroom units will be THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
occupied in five to six weeks by farmworkers paying substantially below market-rate rents.The plan is to further improve the
area with landscaping and plan a privacy hedge. BEIJING — The U.S.-China trade war escalated further
Tuesday, with China announcing retaliatory tax increases

Farmworker housing unveiled on $60 billion worth of U.S. imports, including coffee,
honey and industrial chemicals.
The increases are in response to the U.S. announcing it
will impose tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese-made
County, nonprofit creates four new units at Blue House Farm in San Gregorio See CHINA, Page 19
By Zachary Clark
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Four three-bedroom units have been


Burlingame trims hotel
installed on a coastside farm and will
soon be rented by laborers at substan-
tially below-market rates.
parking requirements
The Blue House Farm project in San Officials OK allowing hoteliers to seek
Gregorio is the largest of several that
the county and nonprofit Peninsula higher and better use for parking lots
Open Space Trust have collaborated on
this year to create much-needed afford- By Austin Walsh
able housing for farmworkers in San DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Mateo County.
Supervisor Don Horsley has led the Burlingame hotels need less parking than ever before,
effort and was joined by Blue House and city officials are OK with that.
Farm owner Ryan Casey and POST rep- The Burlingame City Council unanimously approved

See HOUSING, Page 27 See PARKING, Page 19


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2 Wednesday • Sept 19, 2018 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“He who is unable to live in society, or who has
no need because he is sufficient for himself, must
be either a beast or a god; he is no part of a state.”
— Aristotle, Greek philosopher

This Day in History


The 20th president of the United

1881 States, James A. Garfield, died 2 1/2


months after being shot by Charles
Guiteau; Chester Alan Arthur became
president.
In 1 7 7 7 , the first Battle of Saratoga was fought during the
Revolutionary War; although British forces succeeded in
driving out the American troops, the Americans prevailed in
a second battle the following month.
In 1 7 8 3 , Jacques Etienne Montgolfier launched a duck, a
sheep and a rooster aboard a hot-air balloon at Versailles in
France.
In 1 7 9 6 , President George Washington’s farewell address
was published. In it, America’s first chief executive advised,
“Observe good faith and justice toward all nations.
Cultivate peace and harmony with all.”
In 1 9 3 4 , Bruno Hauptmann was arrested in New York and
charged with the kidnap-murder of 20-mont-old Charles A.
Lindbergh Jr.
In 1 9 4 5 , Nazi radio propagandist William Joyce, known REUTERS
as “Lord Haw-Haw,” was convicted of treason and sentenced Co-hosts Julie Chen, left, and Leah Remini joke during the CBS, Showtime and the CW Television Critics Association press
to death by a British court. tour in Beverly Hills. Chen is leaving ‘The Talk.’ The co-host of the CBS daytime talk show hasn’t appeared on the program
In 1 9 5 9 , Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, in Los Angeles since her husband, Les Moonves, was forced to resign as CEO and Chairman of CBS in the wake of sexual harassment allegations.
as part of his U.S. tour, reacted angrily upon being told that,
for security reasons, he wouldn’t get to visit Disneyland.
In 1 9 7 0 , the “Mary Tyler Moore” show debuted on CBS- In other news ...
TV. boy. “RIP Johnny,” one sign noted. Kansas City, Missouri, and Durham,
In 1 9 8 2 , the smiley emoticon was invented by Carnegie U.S. appeals court rules for North Carolina. The targeted restau-
But when Victorville police investi-
Mellon University professor Scott E. Fahlman, who sug- bartenders, waiters in tip fight gated Monday they discovered the lit- rants kept serving food, with organiz-
gested punctuating humorously intended computer mes- tle boy was not deceased and that water ers saying the goal was not to shut
sages with a colon followed by a hyphen and a parenthesis SAN FRANCISCO — A U.S. appeals
court is siding with bartenders and bottles held by the trio contained cash them down.
as a horizontal “smiley face.” :-) allegedly donated as a result of the Protesters demanded that
waiters in a fight over whether restau-
rants can pay them less because they fraudulent signs. McDonald’s require anti-harassment
Birthdays receive tips. A San Bernardino County Sheriff’s training for managers and employ-
ees. They also want a national com-
Under federal law, an employer can Department press release says a 20-
pay workers who receive tips as little year-old man and two 14-year-old boys mittee formed to address sexual
as $2.13 an hour as long as their tips were arrested for investigation of theft harassment, made up of workers,
bring their earnings to minimum by false pretenses. managers and leaders of national
wage. The department says deputies con- women’s groups.
The 9th U. S. Circuit Court of tacted one victim of the scheme who McDonald’s declined to comment on
Appeals on Tuesday said employers was nearby the scene on U.S. 395 and the protests, saying it stood by a state-
cannot use that tip credit when the they are seeking others. ment issued last week defending its
workers are engaged in tasks that don’t anti-harassment policies. The compa-
offer tips such as cleaning toilets and McDonald’s workers across U.S. ny also disclosed last week that it will
Actor Jeremy Irons “Tonight Show”
Celebrity chef that are not related to bartending or turn to outside experts to help
is 70. host Jimmy Fallon
Mario Batali is 58. serving.
protest against sex harassment “evolve” those policies, including
is 44. The ruling revived a lawsuit by 14 NEW ORLEANS — McDonald’s consultants from Seyfarth Shaw at
Author Roger Angell is 98. Host James Lipton (TV: “Inside bartenders and servers accusing restau- workers staged protests in several Work, an employment law training
the Actors Studio”) is 92. Actress Rosemary Harris is 91. rant chains including P.F. Chang’s cities Tuesday in what organizers firm.
Former Defense Secretary Harold Brown is 91. Actor David China Bistro and J. Alexander’s of fail- billed as the first multistate strike Protest organizers called on
McCallum is 85. Singer-songwriter Paul Williams is 78. ing to pay minimum wage. seeking to combat sexual harassment McDonald’s to drop Seyfarth Shaw,
Singer Bill Medley is 78. Singer Sylvia Tyson (Ian and Emails to attorneys for the two in the workplace. depicting it as an “anti-worker law
Sylvia) is 78. R&B singer Freda Payne is 76. Golfer Jane restaurant chains were not immediately In Chicago, one of the targeted firm.” They noted that it has defended
Blalock is 73. Singer David Bromberg is 73. Actor Randolph returned. cities, several dozen protesters rallied the Weinstein Co. in a lawsuit over
Mantooth is 73. Rock singer-musician Lol Creme (10cc) is in front of McDonald’s headquarters sexual harassment allegations against
71. Former NFL running back Larry Brown is 71. Actress Three arrested in allegedly while a plane flew overhead with a ban- former Hollywood mogul Harvey
ner reading, “McDonald’s: Stop Sexual Weinstein.
Twiggy Lawson is 69. TV personality Joan Lunden is 68. fraudulent funeral fund scam Harassment.” In New Orleans, current At the New Orleans protest,
Singer-producer Daniel Lanois is 67. Actor Scott Colomby is and former employees chanted, “Hey,
VICTORVILLE — The signs being McDonald’s employees arrived at a
66. Musician-producer Nile Rodgers is 66. College Football McDonald’s, you can’t hide — we can
held by three people along a Southern restaurant with red tape over their
Hall of Famer and former NFL player Reggie Williams is 64. see your nasty side.”
California desert interstate said mouths emblazoned with the #MeToo
Singer-actor Rex Smith is 63. Rock singer Lita Ford is 60. “Funeral Donations,” “Anything is a Other protests were held in San phrase. They pulled off the tape to
Actor Kevin Hooks is 60. Actress Carolyn McCormick is 59. blessing” and had photos of a little Francisco; Los Angeles; St. Louis; chant their slogans.
Actress-comedian Cheri Oteri is 56.
THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL/STATE Wednesday • Sept 19, 2018 3


Suspect in California deputy’s Police reports
Making waves
killing has former gun charges
By Jonathan J. Cooper Deputy Mark Stasyuk, He has faced three other misdemeanor
Two people were fighting in a pool on
South El Camino Real in San Mateo, it
was reported at 1:39 p.m. Friday, Sep
7.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 27, was shot in the upper cases since 1998, records show.
body and killed. Deputy Moore faced felony charges of assault
SACRAMENTO — A 38-year-old man on Julie Robertson, 28, was with a firearm in 2003 but was acquitted by a REDWOOD CITY
probation for a gun crime has been accused hit in the arm but shot jury. Sto l en v ehi cl e. Someone stole a vehicle
of killing a sheriff’s deputy and wounding back as the attacker fled. Monday’s shooting was the second fatal from Stafford Street, it was reported at 5:15
another in a shootout that started with an Robertson and a incident for the Sacramento County p.m. Monday, Sep. 3.
argument at an auto parts store in the bystander who was hit in Sheriff’s Department in little more than a Petty theft. Someone stole a cellphone
Sacramento area, authorities said Tuesday. the crossfire were released year. from a locker on Broadway, it was reported
Anton Lemon Moore of the city of Anton Moore from the hospital Deputy Robert French was killed and two at 4:26 a.m. Monday, Sep. 3.
Rancho Cordova, just outside the capital Tuesday, sheriff’s Sgt. California Highway Patrol officers were Reckl es s dri v ers . Someone was seen
city, was hospitalized after being shot mul- Shaun Hampton said. wounded last August during an investigation speeding and swerving in a black vehicle
tiple times during gunbattles with deputies Moore, who is also known as Anton into a car theft ring in an unincorporated on Highway 101, it was reported at 9:21
Monday, the sheriff’s department said. Lemon Paris, was taken into custody by area outside Sacramento. p.m. Sunday, Sep. 2.
Deputies responded to a report of a dispute other officers after a second shootout, Jones “It’s an incredible hole that never quite Sto l en v ehi cl e. Someone stole a vehicle
between a customer and an employee at a said. gets filled in the hearts of our department,” from a parking lot on Roosevelt Avenue, it
Pep Boys in Rancho Cordova in a “routine Moore pleaded no contest to a misde- Jones said. was reported at 7:13 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 2.
call” that gave no indication the customer meanor charge of carrying a loaded firearm Stasyuk was a four-year veteran of the Reckl es s dri v ers . Someone was speed-
had a gun, Sheriff Scott Jones said. in 2016 and was sentenced to 15 days in jail department, and Robertson has been with ing and circled the intersection in a white
“As soon as they arrived and engaged the and three years of probation, according to the agency for about three years. Both were vehicle, it was reported at 2:12 p. m.
subject, he turned as if to run or flee and then Sacramento County court records. He was assigned to patrol in Rancho Cordova, Sunday, Sep. 2.
immediately turned around and started firing prohibited from possessing a firearm for 10 which contracts with the sheriff’s office for Theft. A woman stole items from a busi-
without warning,” the sheriff said. years. law-enforcement services. ness on El Camino Real, it was reported at
2:02 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 2.

Los Angeles takes step toward banning sale of fur products Theft. A woman stole packages from a
doorstep on Kentfield Avenue, it was
reported at 1:41 p.m. Sunday, Sep. 2.
By Ariel Tu a future date for final approval. whole or in part of fur, including clothing,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “This is something that is not just a good handbags, shoes, hats, earmuffs, jewelry SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
legislative win, it’s a moral win, ” and keychains. Only used fur products could
Councilman Bob Blumenfield said. “We feel be sold. Threat cas e. Someone threatened a per-
LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles, one of the like we’re evolving as a city as people to Councilmen Bob Blumenfield and Paul son on Baden Avenue, it was reported at
world’s major fashion centers and long a stop this kind of unnecessary cruelty.” Koretz submitted the motion. 8:34 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 29.
symbol of glitz and glamour, is taking steps The vote also directed the city attorney to Blumenfield said there’s no reason to wear Petty theft. Someone stole items from a
to ban the sale of new fur products, a move report back to the council on several issues, fur in 2018. “Certainly not in sunny Los grocery store on Gellert Boulevard, it was
that would make it the largest city in the including how fur apparel is utilized by reli- Angeles,” he said. reported at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 29.
U.S. to do so. gious organizations, and possible exemp- “There’s nothing humane about raising an Gran d t h e f t . Someone stole various
A proposal to ban the sale of fur prod- tions, as well as potential conflicts with animal and killing it for unnecessary vani- items from a wholesale store on Dubuque
ucts advanced in the City Council on federal and state laws relating to sale of fur ty,” Koretz said. Avenue, it was reported at 10:45 a. m.
Tuesday. The council voted unanimously products derived from legally trapped ani- The effort to ban the sale of fur products in Tuesday, Aug. 28.
to direct the city attorney to draft an ordi- mals. Los Angeles is part of a national movement, Petty theft. Someone stole various items
nance that will prohibit the manufacture A ban would take effect two years after said Christina Sewell, campaign manager at from a grocery store on Chestnut Avenue,
and sale of new fur products. The ordi- final approval of the ordinance. People for the Ethical Treatment of it was reported at 3:58 p.m. Tuesday, Aug.
nance must be presented to the council at The ban would cover apparel made in Animals. 28.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Wednesday • Sept 19, 2018 5

Devastating floodwaters of Florence


put North Carolina dams under stress
By Sarah Rankin call was canceled — another false alarm.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A Facebook post claiming a dam in Hope
Mills, a suburb of Fayetteville, had failed
Devastating flooding in North Carolina caused trouble there Sunday night, Mayor
in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence has Jackie Warner said.
raised concerns about whether dams across “It created a panic because people thought
the state, some of them already in poor con- the dam had broken, and they didn’t know
dition, will be able to hold up under the which way the water would go,” she said.
strain. Residents started calling asking if they
State and local officials have been moni- needed to leave their homes, she said.
toring dam safety and say there have been at The dam held up just fine.
least two breaches so far that caused no Two of North Carolina’s high-hazard
major issues. But there have been several dams are at Duke Energy’s Weatherspoon
other locations of concern and false alarms Plant in Robeson County, an area that has
about dam failures that have caused panic. been swamped with water. One is at a cool-
According to data submitted to the ing pond and the other at a coal ash pond.
National Inventory of Dams for this year’s The dam at the coal ash pond was found to
deadline and obtained by the Associated be in poor condition during an inspection
Press, the state has 1,445 dams rated high last year, according to the data.
hazard out of about 5,700 dams total, rang- Both were performing well and no prob-
ing from large federally owned ones to lems were expected, Duke spokeswoman
small private ones. That hazard classifica- Paige Sheehan said Monday.
tion does not indicate the likelihood of Catastrophic dam failures are infrequent,
failure — just that any failure would be like- and age is a leading indicator of dam failure,
ly to cause the loss of one or more human with the exception of seismic or weather
lives. events, a 2008 Congressional Research
Of those high-hazard dams, 185 had con- REUTERS
Service report found.
ditions of poor or unsatisfactory during U.S. Coast Guard personnel assist people after a dam breach caused flooding and trapped The American Society of Civil Engineers
recent inspections, the data show. And residents near Boiling Springs Lake, N.C. gave a “D” grade to the state of the country’s
many of those dams were in areas that have dams in a 2017 report, noting the average
been inundated with water. Center since before the storm, Munger Diggs said Tuesday. age of the dams is 56 years old. The ASCE
Ahead of the storm, workers with North added. On Sunday night, an Associated Press estimated there are more than 2,000 “defi-
Carolina’s Dam Safety Program identified State Emergency Management Director reporter was with a U.S. Army swift-water cient high-hazard” dams lacking invest-
vulnerable structures, contacted dam owners Mike Sprayberry said Monday that there rescue team in Fayetteville when a call came ment in repairs and upgrades.
and operators to call attention to the threat had been one dam breach in Brunswick over the radio about a dam failure in Mark Ogden, a technical specialist with
and asked them to consider lowering County. He said no homes were affected in Pinehurst, which turned out to be a false the Association of State Dam Safety
impoundment water levels to temporarily the inundation area. alarm. Then another call came in reporting Officials, said states have made significant
increase storage capacity prior, Bridget A failure at an unregulated dam in Anson another dam breach. strides in improving dam safety in recent
Munger, a spokeswoman for the state County prompted the evacuation of about Soldiers who had been resting on cots years. But he said rising numbers of people
Department of Environmental Quality said. 12 homes Monday night but the water reced- starting donning boots, helmets and life living downstream of old dams, new dam
Dam safety personnel have also been ed and the evacuees have since been allowed vests, and a team deployed toward a nearby safety technologies and other factors mean
deployed to the state Emergency Operations to return, emergency manager Rodney fire department. About halfway there, the lots of upgrades are needed.

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U.S. slashing number of refugees it will accept


By Susannah George highest level in decades. ”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS David Bier said the new celling “simply
cannot be justified” and pointed to a Trump
WASHINGTON — For a second straight administration analysis that “found that
year the U.S. will slash the number of refugees are fiscally beneficial to the U.S.
refugees it will accept, Secretary of State government, and the chance of a refugee
Mike Pompeo said, insisting amid criticism killing a U.S. resident is less than 1 in 3.6
from human rights groups that the country billion annually.”
is still committed to providing sanctuary to Pompeo sought to head off potential crit-
people fleeing the world’s danger zones. icism of the reduction by noting that the
Up to 30,000 refugees will be allowed U.S. would process more than 280,000 asy-
into the country next year, down from a cap lum claims in addition to more than
of 45,000 this year. It will be the lowest 800,000 already inside the country who are
ceiling on admissions since the program awaiting a resolution of their claims.
began in 1980. The announcement Monday “These expansive figures continue the
came despite calls from global humanitari- United States’ long-standing record as the
an groups that this year’s cap of 45,000 was most generous nation in the world when it
too low. comes to protection-based immigration and
The announcement drew harsh criticism assistance,” he said.
from Democratic lawmakers. The 30,000 cap is the maximum number
“The Trump administration is not only of refugees the U.S. will admit during the
abandoning America’s long bipartisan his- fiscal year that starts Oct. 1. The actual
tory of humanitarian leadership, but also number allowed in could be lower. So far
threatening national and regional security,” this year, the U. S. has only admitted
REUTERS FILE PHOTO
Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California and 20,918 refugees for the fiscal year set to end
Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois said in a joint
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo waves to the media before his meeting with Egyptian in two weeks, according to State
statement on Tuesday.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry at the State Department. Department records.
Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey called with Congress, Secretary of State spokes- An analyst with the CATO Institute, a President Barack Obama raised the ceiling
the decision “truly repugnant” while Rep. woman Heather Nauert told reporters libertarian think tank in Washington, to 110,000 in 2017, but the pace slowed
Eliot Engel of New York said it will “surely Tuesday. But in the past the number pro- also criticized lowering the cap, saying dramatically after Trump took office and
go down as one of the ugliest chapters” in posed by the administration is generally the Trump administration is “shrinking issued an executive order addressing
Donald Trump’s presidency. left unchanged by lawmakers. t h e refug ee p ro g ram at ex act l y t h e refugees. In 2016, the last full year of the
The final number for the cap on refugees “The White House will make the final moment when the number of people who Obama administration, the U.S. welcomed
next year could change after consultations determination on that number,” Nauert said. need to flee violence has reached the nearly 85,000 refugees.

who assaulted the victim. He was also found


Man pleads to hit-and-run in Local briefs Sex offender pleads to be a registered sex offender, according to
death of Half Moon Bay bicyclist dent, was identified as
to indecent exposure police previously. 
A Half Moon Bay man who collided with the bicyclist and pro- A San Mateo man accused of attempting to Walker will next appear in court Oct. 23
and killed a bicyclist on Highway 1 last nounced dead at the rape an intoxicated woman on the first for sentencing, according to prosecutors. 
spring pleaded no contest Tuesday to felony scene, which was near block of 42nd Avenue in March is facing a His defense attorney Peter Fitzpatrick said
hit-and-run where great bodily injury or the intersection of two-year prison term after he pleaded no his client has been diagnosed with schizo-
death occurred, according to the San Mateo Highway 1 and Furtado contest to felony indecent exposure phrenia and he felt prosecutors and the court
County District Attorney’s Office. Lane in Miramar, accord- Tuesday, according to the San Mateo County took into account his client’s circumstances
ing to prosecutors. District Attorney’s Office.  in reaching the plea bargain. 
Angel Gongora-Mis, 30, will face up to
one year in county jail when he returns to Gongora-Mis was Though Eli Walker, 35, was facing charges
court for sentencing Nov. 8. He remains out allegedly found about a of attempted oral copulation and attempted Man arrested for attempted rape
Angel
of custody on a $60,000 bail bond, accord- Gongora-Mis mile away with the bicy- forcible rape for a March 27 incident with a A 19-year-old East Palo Alto man was
ing to prosecutors. cle trapped under his 58-year-old woman, he pleaded to felony arrested Monday afternoon and booked into
On April 29, 2017, sheriff’s deputies vehicle. Though he allegedly admitted to a indecent exposure with a prior felony convic- San Mateo County Jail on suspicion of
responded to a reported collision involving collision, he told deputies he thought he hit tion when he appeared in court for pretrial attempted rape, Menlo Park police said.
a 44-year-old bicyclist on a stretch of a guardrail and continued until he pulled over conference Tuesday, according to prosecutors. A 33-year-old Menlo Park woman called
Highway 1 in Half Moon Bay at around 7:30 to investigate a noise his car was making, At approximately 5:10 p.m. March 27, police at about 4:40 p.m. Monday, saying a
a.m. Edward Wade, a Half Moon Bay resi- according to prosecutors. police responded to the location on the man had tried to rape her on Oak Court near
report from an employee of a grocery store Woodland Avenue. The woman fought back
Prosecutors do not believe
at 49 42nd Ave. who saw Walker outside the and broke free from her attacker, who she
drugs or alcohol were
store and on top of a woman. The employee last saw running west on Oak toward
involved in the collision, saw him without pants on and reported he Menalto Avenue.
for which there are no wit- was trying to have sex with the woman as A few minutes later, police officers found a
nesses. A lengthy investiga- she protested. The employee yelled at him to man matching the attacker’s physical
tion by the California stop, to which he allegedly responded it was description, and he was identified by the vic-
Highway Patrol delayed the not a problem because the woman was his tim. Rogelio Artiga was arrested and booked
filing of charges for some girlfriend, according to prosecutors.  into jail on suspicion of attempted rape,
nine months, according to Police arrived to find the victim very sexual battery, kidnapping and preventing
prosecutors. intoxicated and crying, reporting that she use of a wireless device.
Gongora-Mis’ defense was sleeping when Walker tried to rape her, Anyone with more information about the
attorney Maria Fonseca according to prosecutors.  case is asked to contact Menlo Park police
could not be immediately Walker was located a short distance away Detective Josh Russell at (650) 330-6300
reached for comment. from the scene and was identified as the man or jprussell@menlopark.org.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Wednesday • Sept 19, 2018 7


Kavanaugh’s accuser
wants an FBI probe
before she testifies
By Alan Fram and Lisa Mascaro
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — Christine Blasey Ford wants the FBI to


investigate her allegation that she was sexually assaulted
by Supreme Court nominee Brett
Kavanaugh before she testifies at a
Senate Judiciary Committee hearing next
week, her lawyers said in a letter sent
Tuesday to the panel.
The lawyers wrote that Ford, who is
now a college professor in California,
wants to cooperate with the panel. But in
the days since she publicly accused
Christine Ford Kavanaugh of the assault when they were
teens at a party 35 years ago, she has
been the target of “vicious harassment
and even death threats.” Her family has
relocated, they said.
REUTERS An FBI investigation “should be the
Donald Trump answers a question about the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court and allegations first step in addressing the allegations,”
of sexual assault against Kavanaugh during a joint news conference with Poland’s President Andrzej Duda. the lawyers wrote in the letter, which was
obtained by the Associated Press.

Trumps says declassified Russia Brett


The development comes as President
Donald Trump showered sympathy on his
embattled Supreme Court nominee and as

probe papers expose ‘bad things’ Kavanaugh Senate Republicans and Democrats
fought determinedly over who should
testify at a high-stakes hearing on the allegation just six
By Eric Tucker and Chad Day Justice Department national security brazen abuse of power. ” weeks before major congressional elections.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS division head. “That’s problematic.” The letter said, “Any decision by Democrats have said they wanted more time for the FBI to
The Justice Department says it’s your offices to share this material with investigate — and more witnesses besides Kavanaugh and
WASHINGTON — President Donald begun complying with the order, the President or his lawyers will vio- Ford, hoping to avoid what would turn into merely a “he-
Trump is flexing his executive power though it’s not clear when the docu- late longstanding Department of said-she-said” moment. Those witnesses would include
to declassify secret documents in the ments might be released. It’s also Justice policies.” It was signed by Kavanaugh’s high school friend Mark Judge, who Ford said
Russia investigation, an extraordinary unclear if the multi-agency review now House Democratic Leader Nancy was in the room when she was assaulted, but Judge said no.
move he says will ensure that “really underway might find ways to try to Pelosi, Senate Democratic Leader Kavanaugh has denied Ford’s allegation, and Judge says he
bad things” at the FBI are exposed. withhold certain information or limit Chuck Schumer, and the top Democrats doesn’t remember any such incident.
But the decision, made against the whatever damage, such as outing on the House and Senate intelligence The lawyers for Ford predicted the hearing, as now sched-
backdrop of Trump’s spiraling outrage sources or scaring off would-be ones, committees, Adam Schiff and Mark uled, “would include interrogation by senators who appear
at the special counsel’s Russia investi- that may arise from the release. Warner. to have made up their minds” that she is “mistaken” and
gation, may expose sensitive sources Trump and Republican supporters The documents the president ordered mixed up.
and methods and brush up against pri- want the records out in hopes they’ll declassified include a portion of a
vacy law protections, experts say. reveal law enforcement bias in the secret surveillance application for a
The order is likely to further divide early stage of the Russia investigation
and prove the probe was opened with-
former Trump campaign adviser, mate-
rials by default treated as highly secret
Around the nation
the president from the intelligence
agencies he oversees and raises new out good reason. and withheld from public view. Hispanic group in Congress
concerns that Trump is disclosing Democrats say the material is too Trump appeared unconcerned
government secrets for his own politi- secret for disclosure and object to any Tuesday by the national security boycotts White House event
cal gain. Critics of the move say the meddling in an ongoing investiga- implications of the order, tweeting ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. — Citing President Donald
president has a clear conflict by trying tion. about a supportive congressman and Trump’s policies and comments about Latinos, members of
to discredit an investigation in which In a letter Tuesday to Director of saying, “Really bad things were hap- the influential Congressional Hispanic Caucus boycotted a
he himself is a subject. National Intelligence Daniel Coats, pening, but they are now being Hispanic Heritage Month celebration hosted by Trump at
“This radical policy choice is not Dep ut y At t o rn ey Gen eral Ro d exposed. Big stuff!” At the White
the White House.
being made on traditional policy Ro s en s t ei n an d FBI Di rect o r House he said he wants “total trans-
Ch ri s t o p h er Wray, fo ur top parency, ” insisting again that the In a letter to the president, caucus Chairwoman Rep.
grounds. It’s being made on conflicted
Democrats called Trump’s action “a Russia investigation is a “witch hunt.” Michelle Lujan Grisham, a New Mexico Democrat whose
grounds,” said David Kris, a former
district includes Albuquerque, also cited Trump’s denial that
nearly 3,000 lives were lost in Puerto Rico due to Hurricane
Maria last year.
“You have ignored and recently tweeted lies about the dev-
astation and loss of life in Puerto Rico from Hurricane
Maria, compared immigration to an infestation and attacked
a judge because of his Hispanic heritage,” Lujan Grisham
wrote in a Thursday letter to Trump.
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, the nation’s only
Latina governor, was one of the only elected Hispanic offi-
cials to attend the event on Monday.
Martinez, a once rising star within the Republican Party,
previously denounced Trump’s campaign rhetoric about
Mexican immigrants during the 2016 campaign.
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Putin seeks to defuse downing of plane off Syria


By Vladimir Isachenkov But Putin took a more cautious tone,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS describing the incident as “a chain of tragic
accidental circumstances.” At the same time,
MOSCOW — A Russian reconnaissance he said Russia will respond by “taking addi-
aircraft was shot down by Syrian forces tional steps to protect our servicemen and
responding to an Israeli airstrike, killing all assets in Syria.”
15 people aboard, in what President “It will be the steps that everyone will
Vladimir Putin said Tuesday was “a chain of notice,” he said without elaboration.
tragic accidental circumstances.” Netanyahu, who has maintained warm per-
The downing of the Il-20 highlighted the sonal ties with Putin and frequently traveled
dangers posed by the conflicting interests to Russia for Syria-focused talks, noted the
of various powers in the crowded skies over need for Russia and Israel to continue coor-
Syria and threatened the close security ties dinating their action in Syria. At the same
between Russia and Israel. time, he emphasized Israel would not toler-
In an effort to maintain that relationship, ate the Iranian military presence in Syria.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Putin told Netanyahu that the Israeli raid
quickly called Putin to express sorrow over violated Syria’s sovereignty and breached
the death of the plane’s crew, blamed the the Russian-Israeli de-confliction agree-
plane’s loss squarely on Syria and offered to ment. He urged the Israeli side “not to allow
send Israel’s air force chief to Moscow to such situations to happen again,” according
share information about the incident. to the Kremlin.
The Russian military said the plane was Israel has refrained from taking sides in
hit 35 kilometers (22 miles) offshore late the Syrian civil war, but it has carried out
Monday night as it was returning to the REUTERS
scores of airstrikes against archenemy Iran
Russian air base in Syria. Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during a joint news conference with Hungarian Prime and its Shiite proxy Hezbollah.
The incident triggered testy exchanges of Minister Viktor Orban following their talks at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia. Israel has acknowledged attacking Iranian
blame between Israel and Russia. targets some 200 times, and Israel and
The Israeli military said its fighter jets But the Russian Defense Ministry said the of fire of the Syrian air defense,” said Russia have maintained a hotline to prevent
were targeting a Syrian military facility Israeli warning came less than a minute Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Maj. clashes between their forces in Syria. Israeli
involved in providing weapons for Iran’s before the strike, leaving the Russian air- Gen. Igor Konashenkov. military officials have previously praised
proxy Hezbollah militia, noting that it craft in the line of fire. It pointedly accused Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu its effectiveness.
warned Russia of the coming raid in line the Israeli military of deliberately using the called his Israeli counterpart, Avigdor “Until now, Russia’s armed forces have
with de-confliction agreements. It said the Russian plane as a cover to dodge the Syrian Lieberman, to declare that “the Israeli side granted Israeli jets the freedom to strike tar-
Syrian army launched the missiles that hit defenses and threatened to retaliate. bears full responsibility” for the plane’s gets in Syria at will, on the condition that a
the plane when the Israeli jets were already “The Israeli pilots were using the Russian downing and to warn that Russia “reserves sufficiently early warning is provided to
inside Israeli airspace. aircraft as a shield and pushed it into the line the right to retaliate.” Russia,” said Charles Lister.

Top German spy ousted after clash with Merkel over migrants
By Frank Jordans Maassen, who took protests following the his assertion, but his comments were seized
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS charge of the BfV spy killing of a German man, upon by the far-right Alternative for
agency in 2012, was still allegedly by migrants, in Germany party, which called him “a very
BERLIN — The head of Germany’s domes- suitable for the post over the eastern city of good top civil servant who had the courage
tic intelligence agency lost his job Tuesday his handling of the 2016 Chemnitz, Maassen said to criticize Merkel’s completely failed asy-
after his remarks downplaying anti-migrant Berlin Christmas market his agency had no reliable lum policy” and now faces a “witch hunt.”
violence became a battleground between attack and his contacts evidence that foreigners Merkel’s coalition partners, the center-left
Chancellor Angela Merkel and her conserva- with the far-right were “hunted” down in the Social Democrats, accused Maassen of down-
tive critics. Alternative for Germany streets — a term Merkel playing apparent anti-migrant violence and
The ouster of Hans-Georg Maassen is the Hans-Georg party. Angela Merkel had used. called for him to be fired .
latest political aftershock resulting from the Maassen Maassen’s decision to He added that “accord- For a senior civil servant to publicly wade
influx of more than a million refugees into openly contradict Merkel ing to my cautious evaluation, there are good into such a politically sensitive issue would
Germany since 2015, which has boosted in an interview with the mass-circulation reasons for thinking that it is deliberate mis- normally have meant swift career death, but
right-wing populism in Germany and daily Bild this month appears to have sealed information, possibly in order to distract the Maassen’s direct boss — Interior Minister
beyond. his fate. public from the murder in Chemnitz.” Horst Seehofer — initially backed the spy
Critics have long questioned whether Responding to violent right-wing Maassen provided no evidence to back up chief.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Wednesday • Sept 19, 2018 9


Baker, Flores, Nasrah for South City school board Failure to thrive
A
mong the eight candidates sketches, we can imagine them filled
Editorial
“T
seeking three seats on the out with hard work and dedication. His he essential ingredient in most children’s suc-
South San Francisco Unified ideas of pointing people toward cur- cess in school is a positive relation to his par-
School District Board of Trustees, three able to establish some true successes rent resources and establishing men- ents and to their involvement in intellectual
candidates stand clearly above the rest — most notably the ribbon-cutting of torship opportunities are solid. matters.” — Bruno Bettelheim, “ A Good Enough Parent.”
— making the decision as to who a revamped Buri Buri Elementary Nasrah has the requisite experience Besides the problems of lack of funding and limited cur-
should serve a relatively easy one. for a board member. She knows the ricula we hear and read about often, there are other common
School.
Incumbent John Baker is a relative district, its finances and its successes deterrents to student achievement — the role of families
The bond measure’s cost overruns
newcomer to the board having just and shortfalls — yet brings a know- and culture. A recent Today Show featured a segment about
and subsequent financial trouble led to the responsibility of parents to get their children to school
completed a two-year term after being mistrust in the community but the dis- ing and thoughtful energy to the con-
appointed for an eight-month period versation rather than a jaundiced eye. regularly and on a time. This has become a real problem in
trict’s leadership was able to learn especially low-income areas. Some states, including
to fill a vacant term. Joining him are from it and build on those lessons. It is her patient and thoughtful energy
that will serve the board well and the California, have taken measures to fine or charge parents
Reem Nasrah, a longtime PTA leader Notably, it is Baker himself who with misdemeanors if their kids are chronically late or tru-
with a long history of involvement, said ambitious plans must be scaled district, its administrators, its teach- ant.
and Eddie Flores, a Parks and back and more of a focus should be ers and, most importantly, its stu- The impact of poverty on
Recreation commissioner and life- placed on one or two projects at a dents will be better for it. Simple student achievement was
long advocate for education. time. Though he has just under three ideas such as having high school stu- once verified in a column by
The district has had a challenging years on the board, Baker has proven dents learn leadership through tutor- Joe Nocera in the New York
time with its last bond measure, but to be thoughtful, accessible, creative ing elementary students can go far in Times. “Social scientists
appears to be turning a corner with and smart and will easily work into burnishing the community spirit for have contended — and
Superintendent Shawnterra Moore, the role of experienced vet. which South San Francisco is known. unquestionably proved —
who came into the leadership role Flores too has a good handle on the Nasrah will hit the ground running. that students’ socioeconom-
after much of the trouble manifested. nuances of the board and his mantras With three available seats, South ic background vastly out-
Under her leadership, and a more of “giving back” and “being a role San Francisco voters will be best weighs what goes on in the
active presence by the current board model” will go far with the district’s served with Baker, Flores and Nasrah school as factors determin-
and community leaders, the district is students. Though his ideas are rough leading its school board. ing how much they learn.”
He also reports that the
members of the public
Letters to the editor school reform movement
seem to think that good
teaching alone can over-
The PSAT: The master’s degree at Stanford. I think Support Stone, Lieberman and come such obstacles.
the College Board tests are an honest Consider that poverty-stricken parents are much more
gateway to scholarships measure of ability and I am grateful to Mates for Belmont City Council likely to be greatly stressed, unemployed, living an
Editor, all who donate for college scholar- Editor, unhealthy lifestyle and not getting good (if any) medical
Shavonne Lin’s Student News col- ships. I am writing to express my support care. They are more likely to produce offspring who have
umn, “The SAT — what it measures” for Charles Stone, Warren Lieberman two strikes against them even before school age. Problems
in the Sept. 1 issue of the Daily Jane Peterson and Julia Mates as they campaign to can start in utero. Was the mother affected by damaging
Journal claimed the Scholastic continue their service on Belmont’s chemicals such as organo phosphate, etc. in such products
Menlo Park
Aptitude Test (SAT) favored the rich City Council. as “Raid” and weed killers, etc. that cause brain damage,
and advantaged. Actually, the Pre- Death of integrity Each has done an excellent job lead to low birth rate, decreased IQ, ADHD etc.? How much
Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) taken improving our infrastructure, bringing do the parents smoke and/or drink? Was the mother mal-
Editor, business to Belmont, working with nourished when the baby was conceived and throughout her
one year before the SAT offers oppor- We have attained a desolate state of our school district and establishing a pregnancy? Did she have prenatal care? Did she suffer from
tunities for students from many back- affairs in our collective national congenial and effective atmosphere for
grounds to win scholarships to many high stress and psychological problems? All can have
deliberations. accomplishing the people’s work. All much to do with the health and intellect of the newborn.
very good colleges. The money is In the fresh revelation of a Google three listen to residents with different Obviously, a child born under such circumstances is more
provided by organizations, and by company meeting immediately after perspectives and have been willing to likely to experience learning difficulties.
the rich and advantaged who may the 2016 election (that was more a modify proposals in response. A related editorial in the San Francisco Chronicle a few
have studied at that college or who wake than a meeting), C-class execu- Their opponent, someone with no years ago was quite startling. “Many Americans might be
have businesses in that area. The tives revealed their disdain for Trump experience in local government, may surprised, if not ashamed, to learn that a nation of great
PSAT is the gateway to scholarships. and surreptitiously all “deplorables” disagree with their policy choices, but wealth and profession of family values ranked 31st of 44
The PSAT is taken by thousands of who voted for him. claiming they aren’t responsive just developed countries in Save the Children’s annual ranking
students every year. We have over It underlines severely how anyone isn’t true. of conditions for motherhood.” This covered everything
2,000 colleges and universities in the can trust a company responsible for Despite our current president’s exam- from our high rates of maternal and infant mortality to sin-
United States trying to attract the 90 percent of internet searches to ple to the contrary, we should not be gle mothers trying to raise families in a society where pub-
best students they can. They use the deliver unbiased results. Coupling so casual with the truth. The truth is lic policies (like maternity leave and day care) are weighted
test scores from the College Board to that with U.S. Sen. Dianne that all three give their time and talent against them. It revealed a serious lack of concern for the
decide what students to offer scholar- Feinstein’s reaching back to the ado- to ensure Belmont is a wonderful place well-being of many children in this country.
ships to. Top tier colleges are known lescent days of Kavanaugh to elicit for everyone. As the child grows, we need to ask: Do the parents value
throughout and world and only accept some dirt to derail his Supreme Court Indeed, especially as it relates to Mr. education? Do they provide materially and psychological-
Stone, I can remember no member on a ly? Do they operate by a set of values that lead to healthy
less than five percent of their appli- appointment leaves many of us with
city council who has given so much of living? Is the child protected as much as possible from
cants. Second-tier colleges mail out legitimate reasons to distrust the
his time and energy to our community. chemical pollutants in her surroundings, in her food, and in
letters asking top scoring students to integrity of the business and political He has helped residents who were
apply, with the promise of a scholar- processes. many household products and furnishings? Does the child
beset by tragedy, worked to help the get plenty of sleep and eat a healthy breakfast? Does he
ship. Is Feinstein now Googling beyond elderly and advocated to bring our
Kavanaugh’s adolescent years to miss little school because of illness? Is he protected from
My daughter scored in the top one community together all while taking violent and erotic television and the kind that provides
half of 1 percent of students taking grade and preschool, as Google care of his young family. He, Mr. constant stimulation and denigrates anything intellectual?
the PSAT. She received at least a ensures present and future employees Lieberman, and Ms. Mates deserve Are the parents free of addictions? Do they speak English?
dozen letters from colleges around the adhere to the party line to secure Belmont’s support and votes. Thank Does the family have access to essentials like medical care,
country. She chose a small engineer- politically correct web searches? you. decent housing, nutritious food and adequate child care?
ing college out of state. Her class- Does the child spend quantity time with a loving adult who
mates were from all over the country Tony Favero Brian Matthews nurtures her, plays with her, reads to her and makes her feel
and many had top scholarships. Later Half Moon Bay Belmont appreciated? You can’t expect a child who hasn’t enjoyed
her employer paid for her to earn a most of the above to thrive.
Of course there are many ways our schools could
improve, but for any substantial gains to be made, they
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Stocks rise as traders shrug off new tariffs


By Alex Veiga
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
market. Netflix rose 4.9 percent to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS $367.65.
High: 26,317.34 Investors also had their eye on
Once again, Wall Street’s jitters Low: 26,076.21 the latest batch of corporate earn-
over the escalating trade dispute Close: 26,246.96 ings reports.
between the U. S. and China Change: +184.84 Cereal maker General Mills and
proved to be short-lived. package delivery giant FedEx
U.S. stocks closed solidly high- OTHER INDEXES declined sharply after reporting
er Tuesday as investors largely S&P 500: 2904.31 +15.51 quarterly results that fell short of
brushed off the Trump administra- NYSE Index: 13,091.99 +60.08 Wall Street’s forecasts. General
tion’s decision to impose tariffs Nasdaq: 7956.11 +60.32 Mills slumped 7. 6 percent to
on an additional $200 billion of NYSE MKT: 2643.91 +35.19 $44.13, while FedEx dropped 5.5
Chinese goods. A swift response Russell 2000: 1710.97 +7.42 percent to $241.58.
by China, saying it will increase Wilshire 5000: 30,226.39 +157.67 Tesla slid 3. 4 percent to
tariffs on $60 billion worth of $284.96 after Bloomberg reported
U.S. goods, also didn’t dampen 10-Yr Bond: 3.04 +0.04 that the electric car maker is being
investors’ buying mood. Oil (per barrel): 69.84 +0.93 investigated by the Justice
“The tariffs, they kind of came Gold : 1,202.40 -3.40 Department over public state-
in as expected, but there’s been ments made by CEO Elon Musk.
this ongoing hope that this even- 2000 index of smaller companies month included coffee, honey and ket strategist for Voya Investment Early last month Musk tweeted
tually will get resolved,” said Erik added 7.42 points, or 0.4 percent, industrial chemicals. Management. that he had secured funding to take
Davidson, chief investment offi- to 1,710.97. Trump has threatened to add Technology stocks accounted the company private. A couple of
cer for Wells Fargo Private Bank. The Trump administration another $267 billion in Chinese for much of the market’s gains. weeks later, he put out a statement
Gains in technology stocks and announced late Monday that it will imports to the target list in Chipmaker Micron Technology saying the go-private deal was off.
consumer-focused companies impose tariffs on an additional response to any retaliation by climbed 4 percent to $45.33. Oil prices climbed ahead of an
powered Tuesday’s broad rally, $200 billion of Chinese goods China. That would raise the total Apple, which received an upcoming OPEC meeting where
which reversed nearly all of the starting next Monday, potentially to $517 billion, covering nearly exemption to the new tariffs on members will weigh how to
indexes’ losses from a day earlier. raising prices on goods ranging everything China sells in the goods imported from China, added address the loss of supply from
Bond yields climbed, sending from handbags to bicycle tires. United States. 0.2 percent to $218.24. Fitbit Iran, which faces U.S. sanctions.
banks higher. Energy stocks also The tariffs will start at 10 percent Even so, there were no signs of also benefited from some of com- Benchmark U.S. crude rose 1.4
rose along with crude oil prices. and then climb to 25 percent on the jitters Tuesday that caused ponents that the company uses to percent to settle at $69.85 a barrel
The S&P 500 index rose 15.51 Jan. 1. Monday’s sell-off, snapping a manufacture its fitness monitor- in New York. Brent crude, used to
points, or 0. 5 percent, to China responded by saying it five-day winning streak for the ing bands not being among the price international oils, gained
2, 904. 31. The Dow Jones will increase tariffs on $60 billion S&P 500. items subject to the new tariffs. 1.3 percent to close at $79.03 a
Industrial Average climbed 184.84 worth of U.S. goods. The move “Some companies will be affect- The stock jumped 6.4 percent to barrel in London.
points, or 0. 7 percent, to involves increases of 10 percent ed, but there was an expectation $5.80. The pickup in oil prices helped
26,246.96. The Nasdaq composite and 5 percent on 5,207 types of that this could have been far Gains by consumer-focused send energy stocks higher.
gained 60.32 points, or 0.8 per- U.S. goods. A list released last worse,” said Doug Cote, chief mar- companies also helped lift the Marathon Oil climbed 3 percent to
cent, to 7,956.11. The Russell $21.50.

ACLU: Facebook allows gender-biased ads on its platform


saying that there is “no place for for jobs such as tire salesman, “year round” with a starting salary age, sex, sexual orientation, gen-
By Barbara Ortutay
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS discrimination” on its platform mechanic, roofing worker and of $38,222. The ad placed by the der identity, family status, disabil-
and that it will defend its practices security engineer, said Galen city was targeted to “men ages 25 ity, medical or genetic condition.”
NEW YORK — Facebook is once it can review the complaint. Sherwin, senior staff attorney at to 35 who live or were recently In April, the U.S. Department of
allowing job ads on its platform The ACLU and the the ACLU’s Women’s Rights near Philadelphia.” Such targeting Housing and Urban Development
that exclude women, according to Communications Workers of Project. information is available to filed an administrative complaint
the American Civil liberties America labor union say the ads The ACLU says that the women, Facebook users when they click saying Facebook’s advertising
Union. target potential job applicants as well as the union’s other female on “why am I seeing this” on a tools allow landlords and real
In a complaint filed Tuesday based on gender. This includes and other non-male members, drop-down menu on the ad. estate brokers to engage in hous-
with the Equal Employment women as well as people who do have “routinely been denied the A representative for the city of ing discrimination. Facebook said
Opportunity Commission, the not identify as either men or opportunity” to receive job ads Greensboro did not immediately at the time that it prohibits such
ACLU lists 10 employers that it women, or “non-binary” people. and recruitment on Facebook that calls Tuesday. Other ads had a sim- discrimination and that it has been
claims have placed ads on The complaint was filed on their male counterparts received. ilar format and while the text of working to strengthen its sys-
Facebook that violate federal and behalf of three women, living in Targeting job ads by gender is ille- the ads shown in the complaint is tems.
state discrimination laws. Pennsylvania, Ohio and Illinois, gal under Title VII of the Civil neutral, the images, when they But Tuesday’s complaint says
Changes Facebook made to its ads who allegedly were not shown ads Rights Act of 1964. have them, include only men. Facebook has “long known” that
systems this year to prevent dis- for jobs in traditionally male- In one of the ads in the com- Facebook already tells advertis- employers and employment agen-
crimination based on race, ethnic- dominated fields, even though plaint, the City of Greensboro, ers that their ads must not discrim- cies were using its platform to dis-
ity, religion and other characteris- they appeared qualified for those North Carolina is advertising jobs inate, or encourage discrimination criminate on the basis of gender.
tics didn’t extend to gender, the positions. The ads, which at its police department. The ad against people based on “personal Instead of eliminating this behav-
group said. appeared over the course of sever- shows a photo of two policemen attributes such as race, ethnicity, ior, the ACLU said Tuesday,
Facebook responded quickly, al months in 2017 and 2018, were and says the department is hiring color, national origin, religion, Facebook has encouraged it.

Visa, Mastercard in new


settlement of credit card fee suit
NEW YORK — Visa and Mastercard said
Business brief
alleged Visa and MasterCard conspired to fix
Tesla says it has turned
Tuesday they will pay $6.2 billion to settle
part of a long-running lawsuit brought by
merchants over fees on credit card transac-
fees that are charged to stores for handling
credit card payments. Tuesday’s settlement
covers the monetary claims in the lawsuit.
But the lawsuit still has two other pieces
over documents to feds
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Commission. The news
tions. to it that need to be resolved: a dispute over service cited two people
Visa says it will pay $4.1 billion and the rules Visa and Mastercard impose to DETROIT — Tesla Inc. has turned over familiar with the matter
Mastercard will pay about $900 million. The accept their cards, and the merchants who documents to the U.S. Justice Department that it did not identify.
two companies say they’ve already set aside chose not to participate in the settlement, after statements by CEO Elon Musk about The Justice
money to cover the payment. which is likely to number in the thousands. taking the company private, the electric Department generally
A group of 19 merchants and trade groups car maker confirmed Tuesday. does not confirm or deny
The Palo Alto company cooperated with investigations, spokes-
the request and believes the matter should woman Nicole Navas
be resolved quickly once federal prosecu- Elon Musk Oxman in Washington
tors review information they have said.
received, according to a company state- Tesla said it was contacted by prosecu-
ment. tors after Musk tweeted last month that
News of a potential criminal investiga- funding was secured to take the company
tion pushed Tesla stock down 5 percent in private. The announcement raised the
morning trading Tuesday, but the decline stock price 11 percent in one day, but it has
subsided a bit by early afternoon to 3 per- since fallen.
cent, at $286.67. Later the company admitted that funding
“We have not received a subpoena, a wasn’t lined up and eventually Musk aban-
request for testimony, or any other formal doned the idea.
process,” Tesla’s statement said. Short-sellers, who bet against the stock
Bloomberg News reported Tuesday morn- appreciating, complained that Musk’s
ing that the Justice Department is running announcement was done to manipulate the
a criminal probe parallel to an investiga- stock price and cost them money.
tion by the Securities and Exchange
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<<< Page 12, Seventh-ranked Cardinal get


Love back in time to face No. 20 Oregon
Wednesday • Sept. 19, 2018

Mills notches important win and see what happens. ” best offensive output of the
By Nathan Mollat
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF While the strategy did not have the match, the way goaltender
desired effect —  several times Veronica Turner was playing, it
The NFL is not the only copycat Mills had a player was wide open, was more than enough.
league. but she could not convert —  it Turner, a sophomore, was like a
Erik Anderson, the head coach seemed that it loosened up the San wall throughout the match, finish-
for the Mills girls’ water polo Mateo defense and allowed the ing with 18 saves. She was espe-
team, incorporated something Vikings to post a 6-3 road victory. cially strong in the third period,
into his offense Tuesday that he “We were unable to capitalize, when she stopped eight of nine
saw another team do against the but it put [San Mateo] off kilter,” shots from San Mateo (2-3).
Vikings. Anderson said. “We had a lot of opportunities,”
“When we played Hillsdale, they Mills (4-1 PAL Ocean) took con- said Bearcats head coach Kathy
kept a girl back, cherry picking. It trol of the match in the first peri- Parodi. “We took a lot of shots.” NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
took us a while to figure it out,” od, scoring three unanswered Mills goaltender Veronica Turner makes one of her 18 saves during the
Anderson said. “So I said we’ll try goals. While it was the Vikings’ See POLO, Page 16 Vikings’ 6-3 win over San Mateo.

Menlo adjusts on the fly


By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

With two freshman setters in the starting


lineup, it’s safe to say a new era of Menlo
School volleyball is upon us.
The emergence of Hanna Hoffman and Zoe
Gregory was inevitable. Menlo has long
thrived in the 6-2 offense, especially in
recent years with current senior Selina Xu
and now-graduated Kristin Sellers — who
last week was selected Ivy League Rookie of
the Week as a freshman at Brown University
— running the set.
When Xu was lost to injury prior to the sea-
son — likely marking the
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
end of the Stanford-bound
San Mateo No. 2 single Grace Wang fires a
senior’s high school
forehand volley in her 6-1, 6-3 win Tuesday.
career — the plan to phase
in Hoffman and Gregory
suddenly became an open-
ing-day target date.
“Obviously I was look-
Mateo wins
Selina Xu
ing forward to having
Selina as a setter,” said
Grace King, Menlo’s sen-
4th straight
By Terry Bernal
ior outside hitter. “She’s incredible. So when I
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
found out she wasn’t going to be here, it was a
super bummer. … But I think with both fresh-
men (setters), they’ve both been incredible.” A new coach and a young lineup seem to
King fronted an impressive performance be a recipe for success for the San Mateo
by the freshman tandem in Tuesday’s West girls’ tennis team.
Bay Athletic League Foothill Division First-year coach Bryan Jeong inherited a
opener as Menlo (1-0 WBAL, 10-7 overall) varsity squad with just two seniors on ros-
swept past Mercy-Burlingame 25-14, 25- ter. Since opening the year with back-to-
15, 25-16 at Serra’s Morton Family back losses, though, the Bearcats (3-1
Gymnasium. Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division, 4-
“We’ve had a lot of ups and downs,” Mercy 2 overall) have been on a roll. With
coach Chris Balistreri said. “I didn’t think it Tuesday’s sweep of El Camino (0-4, 0-4) in
was our best effort. When you play Menlo, San Mateo, the Bearcats have now won four
you know you’re in for a fight. And we straight.
weren’t ready for it.” While Jeong is in his first year heading up
King’s firepower led the way for Menlo. The the program at San Mateo, he brings plenty
senior totaled a match-high 10 kills, with of coaching experience. The Bearcats gig
half of those being struck from the back row. marks his third current head coaching posi-
The Knights altered their offense, running tion. In the spring, he also serves as head
a 5-1 for much of the evening. Hoffman led coach for the Cañada College women’s team
the way with 28 assists, while Gregory — in and the co-ed team at his alma mater Mid-
taking the 6-2 for a spin in Game 2 — Peninsula.
totaled six assists. “This year I was lucky to inherit a deep,
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL deep squad,” Jeong said. “And I have a lot of
Menlo senior Grace King scorches one of her 10 kills as the Lady Knights swept the West Bay
See MENLO, Page 14 Athletic League Foothill Division opener Tuesday against Mercy-Burlingame at Serra. See TENNIS, Page 14

Season’s first loss enables Bulldogs football team to grow


“When you say someone is ‘giving you The loss dropped CSM ed out rather well.
By Nathan Mollat
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF fits,’ it means they’re rolling you up,” in the JC Athletic Bureau “We’re a team that’s growing. We lost a
Tulloch said. “I wouldn’t take a position of rankings from No. 2 to close one at an away game against a very
that team giving us fits. They do a good job No. 8 in the latest poll good team,” Tulloch said. “What you look
For the third time in three years, the and we’ve had some classic battles with released Monday. ARC for early in the season is, are you getting
American River College football team hung them. moved up two spots to better every week? And, did you play your
a regular-season loss on College of San “They made a couple plays at the end of No. 10 with the win. best? We played Delta the week before (a 31-
Mateo, beating the Bulldogs 18-13 last the day.” But for Tulloch, the 12 win) and we definitely didn’t play our
Saturday. ARC connected on two long passes — final score is not as best.
But CSM head coach Tim Tulloch doesn’t including a 41-yard scoring strike with Tim Tulloch important as how the
“We played better as a team Saturday and
believe the final score means anything under a minute to play — to beat CSM (2-1 team played and, given
more than the result of playing a good team. overall). the caliber of opponent, the Bulldogs grad- See CSM, Page 16
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TUESDAY
Local sports roundup
third-set, super tiebreaker, (11-9).
No. 7 Stanford will have
Girls’ tennis
Girls’ water polo
Half Moon Bay 13, Sequoia 1
Love back for the Ducks
Menlo-Atherton 7, Aragon 0 By Josh Dubow
The Cougars improved to 5-0 in Ocean Division play with
The Bears stayed undefeated in PAL Bay Division play THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
a lopsided win over the Cherokees.
while handing the Dons their third straight loss. HMB scored four goals in each of the first two periods to
M-A (4-0 PAL Bay) was hardly even pushed by Aragon (1- take an 8-1 lead at halftime. STANFORD — Stanford will get star running back Bryce
3) as the Bears won all their matches in straight sets. Julie Raffetto led the Cougars’ offense with five goals. Love back for this week’s Pac-12 North showdown against
Allison Brown, playing at No. 1 singles, was especially Nikki Sorfleet and Rachel Jenar each netted a hat trick, No. 20 Oregon but the seventh-ranked Cardinal will be
dominant for M-A, winning at love. Charlie Smith and while Kacie Sorfleet and Lily Nelson rounded out the scor- without a key defensive player.
Sarah Marks dropped only one game each, with Smith win- ing with a goal each. Coach David Shaw said Tuesday that outside linebacker
ning her No. 3 singles match 6-1, 6-0 and Marks posting a HMB goaltender Jennifer Martuscelli continues to have a Casey Toohill will miss the game against the Ducks (3-0, 0-
6-0, 6-1 at No. 4 singles. strong season, finishing with 11 saves, two assists and a 0 Pac-12) with an undisclosed injury.
Laura Kirk and Nia Ziaman won their No. 1 doubles match steal. Shaw said Love was “100 percent” after
6-2, 6-0, while Emily Xi and Amelia Wu won 6-3, 6-0 at No. resting some minor ailments last week
3 doubles. MONDAY when the Cardinal (3-0, 1-0) easily beat
FCS-level UC Davis 30-10.
Burlingame 5, Half Moon Bay 2 “Last week he was Coach Bryce, work-
The Panthers evened their PAL Bay Division record with
Girls’ golf ing with the other guys, telling them
the win over the Cougars. San Mateo 218, Mills 341 what he saw and walking around with a
The Wachhorst sisters, Maddie Wachhorst at No. 1 sin- The Bearcats improved to 6-0 in PAL Bay Division play script,” Shaw said. “He still got his
gles and Molly Wachhorst playing at No. 3 singles, won with the victory over the Vikings at Poplar Creek Golf workouts in last week so he’s physically
their matches in straight sets. Maddie Wachhorst posted a 6- Course in San Mateo. Bryce Love ready this week. This week he doesn’t
1, 6-2 win, while Molly Wachhorst had to work a little hard- Freshman Lindsey Huang led San Mateo with a 3-over 38. need to coach anybody. He just needs to
er, needing a first-set tiebreaker to win 7-6 (7-1), 7-5. Senior Lynn Sasaki finished with a 40 and Yasmin Pandora carry the ball.”
Half Moon Bay took the other two singles matches, with came in with 42. The Cardinal will be counting on Love in the tough envi-
Lani Southern winning 6-3, 6-0 at No. 2 singles and Mills was led by Jadyn Gee, who shot a 57. ronment of Autzen Stadium against a defense that has
Brithany Garcia needing three sets to get past Allie allowed opponents just 2.0 yards per carry and 77 yards per
McHugh, 7-5, 2-6, (10-6). Castilleja 218, Sacred Heart Prep 272, Notre Dame- game on the ground.
The Panthers, however, swept the three doubles matches Belmont 303 Stanford hasn’t hit its stride yet running the ball after last
to take home the win, with Annika Ganguly and Sofia Biddle Castilleja beat both the Gators and Tigers in a WBAL tri- year’s stellar campaign that made Love the Heisman Trophy
clinching the match-winning fourth point with a 6-3, 6-3 meet at Menlo Country Club. runner-up. He ran for 2,118 yards a year ago for the most of
win at No. 2 doubles. Castilleja’s Divya Tadimeti won one of three players to any Power 5 player, averaged 8.1 yards per carry and set an
shoot rounds in the 30s, finishing with an even-par 35. FBS record with 13 runs of at least 50 yards.
Menlo School 6, Crystal Springs 1 Teammate Niav Layton was shot back with a 1-over 36. Love ran for 147 yards and two TDs on 17 carries in last
The Knights opened West Bay Athletic League play with a Avani Tumuluri was the low scorer for NDB, shooting a year’s 49-7 win over Oregon.
victory over the Gryphons in dominant fashion. 45, while Hannah Lesti paced SHP with a 48. He hasn’t had as easy a go of it this year as defenses have
Addie Ahlstrom (No. 1 singles), Lindsey Ball (No. 2 sin- loaded up the box to limit his production.
gles) and Brynn Brady (No. 4 singles) all won their match- Half Moon Bay 230, Capuchino 247 Love was held to 29 yards on 18 carries in a season-open-
es, 6-0, 6-0. The Cougars earned their first PAL Ocean Division win of ing win over San Diego State. He fared much better in Week
Tricia Zhang dropped only one game in winning her No. the season, beating the Mustangs at the par-30 Fleming 2 with 136 yards on 22 carries against USC but has yet to
3 singles match, 6-0, 6-1. Golf Course in San Francisco. break a long TD run this season.
The Knights’ No. 3 doubles team of Ellen Cho and Yvonne Randi Marshall carded a 39 to lead HMB. As a team, the Cardinal are averaging just 3.8 yards per
Lin dropped only one game in each set of a 6-1, 6-1 victo- carry this season and haven’t topped 160 yards on the
ry. South City 211, El Camino 255 ground in any of their three games.
Crystal Springs got its win at No. 1 doubles, where Catherine Batang shot a 3-over 30 to lead the Warriors to “Two out of three games, the defenses were just saying,
Lindsay Han and Camille Zu won 6-3, 6-2. the Ocean Division win over the rival Colts at Mariner’s ‘We’re going to put one more guy in the box than you can
Point in San Mateo. block,”’ Shaw said. “I’m stubborn enough to keep running
Sacred Heart Prep 4, Harker 3 Batang was the only golfer to shoot in the 30s. Briana it and try to establish the run game, knowing that we have a
Padilla came in with a 41 for South City, while Lupe Rosas running back that even if they do load the box if we get a
The Gators won two of the four singles matches and two
finished with a 43. crease he’ll still take it the distance.”
of the three doubles matches to beat the Eagles in the WBAL
Cassie Jensen paced El Camino shooting a 42. This will be the first time this year the Cardinal will have
Foothill Division opener for both squads.
a healthy Love and starting center Jesse Burkett, who
SHP’s No. 2 single player Isa Robinson and the No. 2 Girls’ tennis missed the first two games with injuries.
doubles team of Noorayn Jafri and Emmy McGrath had
Palo Alto 5, Sacred Heart Prep 2 That leadership of a fifth-year senior anchoring the
the easiest wins. Robinson posted a 6-2, 6-2 win,
The Gators were beaten by the Vikings in a non-league offense line will be important at the usually loud Autzen
wh i l e J afri an d McGrat h wo n 6 -3 , 6 -3 .
match. Stadium.
The other two Gators’ wins were grinds. Lindsay Lynch,
SHP (3-3 overall) got its two wins in three setters at No. “There are things he’ll see that a first-year starter is not
SHP’s No. 1 singles player, needed a third-set, super
2 and 3 doubles. Noorayn Jafri and Emmy McGrath posted a going to see,” Shaw said. “There’s some things he’ll antic-
tiebreaker to win 5-7, 7-5, (10-5). The No. 1 doubles
6-3, 1-6, (10-4) win at the second doubles position, while ipate happening. There’s also a command he has. ... That
team of Nathalie Rotenberg and Sarah McGrath also
Natalie Dias and Lindsay Marcus posted a 7-5, 5-7, (11-9) guy walks in and makes a call and if anybody has a question,
came back from a set down, 2-6, and then needed a
win at third doubles. he’ll make it louder and you’re going to do it.”
tiebreak win in the second 7-6 (7-5) before winning a
While the Cardinal should be healthier on offense, they
will miss Toohill on defense. He has 14 tackles, two pass
breakups, three quarterback hurries and one sack in three
games this season as part of Stanford’s best position group
on defense. The Cardinal lead the nation in scoring defense
Ask a Professional at 7.7 points per game.

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Toohill’s injury will put Jordan Fox into the starting line-
If I choose up against a challenging Ducks offense that features an ath-
letic quarterback in Justin Herbert.
cremation, “It will be tough without Casey,” linebacker Joey Alfieri
said. “He brings a lot to our defense. Jordan Fox will have
what are my to step up. ... We have a lot of young guys who have shown
a lot of good ability in camp and in the first three games.”
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Cowart’s slam leads Angels past A’s Hall of Famers


By Janie McCauley
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Angels 9, A’s 7
Mike Trout homered in
Oakland’s Liam Hendriks recorded the
first three outs on seven pitches. Then his
day was done, and Mengden took over for
may boycott
OAKLAND — Kaleb Cowart hit a go-
ahead grand slam in a six-run sixth inning
before adding an RBI triple, and the Angels
the top of the fourth for
Los Angeles and stole his
24th base in the ninth.
the A’s, who again began the game with a
reliever as manager Bob Melvin copes with
an injury-plagued rotation.
NFL inductions
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
rallied past the A’s 9-7 Tuesday night. Trout’s 35th home run
Oakland dropped five games back of the broke a scoreless tie Ohtani top rookie? A group of Pro Football Hall of Famers led
AL West-leading Astros and 2 1/2 behind when he connected off
the Yankees for the top wild card after Daniel Mengden. Don’t ask Angels manager Mike Scioscia by Eric Dickerson is demanding health insur-
Houston and New York each won. Angels left-hander who else but Shohei Ohtani should be con- ance coverage and a share of NFL revenues or
Andrelton Simmons hit a two-run single Tyler Skaggs returned sidered for AL Rookie of the Year — he does- else those former players
Daniel will boycott the induction
to get the Angels started in the sixth before from a third stint on the n’t have another name to offer.
Mengden ceremonies.
Cowart connected against Lou Trivino (8-3) disabled list this season Just his Japanese two-way star.
for his club’s first grand slam of the season. to throw three scoreless innings. He missed In a letter sent to NFL
With Simmons batting before his hit, the 32 games with a strained muscle in his left “To do what Shohei did, it’s on a different Commissioner Roger
A’s challenged that a fan interfered on a leg during his latest trip to the DL. He last level,” Scioscia said of the designated hitter Goodell, NFLPA Executive
potential catch by right fielder Stephen pitched Aug. 11 against the A’s before deal- and pitcher. “He’s doing everything you Director DeMaurice Smith
Piscotty in foul territory. But the call was ing with leg issues once more. could imagine a kid 23 years old coming in and Hall of Fame President
upheld, with no interference charged. Oakland loaded the bases in the fourth and doing. I think he’s Rookie of the Year.” David Baker — and
Noe Ramirez (6-5) pitched 1 1/3 innings against Cam Bedrosian, getting walks by obtained by The
of relief for the win. Ty Buttrey allowed a Jed Lowrie and Piscotty sandwiched around Trainer’s room Eric Dickerson Associated Press — 21
two-run single to pinch-hitter Dustin a single by Khris Davis. Matt Olson and Hall of Fame members
Fowler in the eighth but got five outs for Marcus Semien each struck out swinging Trevor Cahill, scratched from his sched- cited themselves as “integral to the creation of
his fourth save. before Canha came through with a bases- uled Saturday start at Tampa Bay with a the modern NFL, which in 2017 generated $14
Mark Canha hit a three-run double in the clearing double off the left-field wall. strain in his upper back before getting trig- billion in revenue.”
fourth for the A’s, who lost for the fourth Jonathan Lucroy followed with an RBI sin- ger-point injections, played catch from 120 Among the signees were Dickerson, who is
time in five games. gle to chase Bedrosian. feet. listed as chairman of the newly created Hall of
Fame Board the group has formed; Jim Brown;
Joe Namath; Lawrence Taylor; and Sarah

Shaw the hero as Giants top last-place Pads White, the widow of Reggie White.
There were questions, though, about how
well-organized the group was. Two players
By Bernie Wilson
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Giants 5, Padres 4 whose names are on the letter said they were
not part of the boycott effort. Another name on
and Nick Hundley and Reyes and Renfroe. the list of 22 signees including Sarah White
SAN DIEGO — Giants rookie Chris Shaw Brandon Crawford came Reyes gave the Padres a 4-3 lead on his was Carl Ellard, but no one by that name has
hit a two-run single in the eighth inning racing home to give the two-run homer in the fifth off lefty Derek played professional football. Former Vikings
and San Francisco rallied to beat San Diego Giants the lead. Craig Holland that had to withstand a video review defensive end Carl Eller, however, is a Hall of
5-4 on Tuesday night, assuring that the Stammen (8-3) loaded the for potential fan interference. It was deter- Famer.
rebuilding Padres will finish last in the NL bases with no outs before mined that a fan who went for the ball didn’t “The time has come for us to be treated as part
West. getting Pence to ground interfere with Shaw in left field. It was of a game we’ve given so much to,” the letter
Hunter Pence homered, doubled and drove into a force at home, but Reyes’ 16th and it came with pinch-hitter states. “Until our demands are met, the Hall of
in three runs for the Giants. then gave up Shaw’s deci- A.J. Ellis aboard on a leadoff walk. Famers will not attend the annual induction cer-
Freddy Galvis had four hits and scored Chris Shaw sive hit. emony in Canton. It’s well known that the NFL
Pence had a big night Reyes also hit an RBI single in the third is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2020,
twice for the Padres, who dropped to 60-92,
otherwise, hitting a two-run homer in the and Renfroe had an RBI double in the first. and while we are proud of our role in building
one more loss than last year with 10 games
to play. Ownership expected the team would second, his third, and adding an RBI double Holland allowed four runs and five hits in this league, we don’t believe 100 years of play-
improve from last season, when it finished in the fourth to give the Giants a 3-2 lead. five innings. He struck out six and walked er exploitation is something to celebrate.”
71-91, seven games better than San Sam Dyson (4-3) pitched the seventh for two. The strongly worded letter called out the
Francisco. the win. Will Smith worked the ninth for Padres rookie lefty Joey Lucchesi yielded league for paying Goodell $40 million, saying
Shaw’s bases-loaded flare fell in just in his 14th save, allowing Galvis’ one-out three runs and seven hits in five innings. He “there are better uses for that money.” It also
front of diving left fielder Hunter Renfroe, double before striking out rookie Franmil struck out eight and walked one. criticized Smith for his salary and the lack of a
former player on the players’ association exec-
utive board. But there have been two former
players on that executive board since 2009.
Jerry Rice, whose name is on the letter, said
he wasn’t on the Hall of Fame Board. And in a
statement on Twitter , the former wide receiver
said he plans to support the Hall of Fame and
“looks forward to attending the 100th anniver-
sary in 2020.”
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through the opening points of Game 1. Balisteri pointed to Mercy’s Sept. 7 non-

MENLO Borabo scored each of Mercy’s first four


points on four kills. King responded with
five kills and two aces in the set, peppering
league match against Hillsdale. While the
Crusaders fell in four sets, Borabo was a force,
scoring a season-high 18 kills.
Continued from page 11 the ball with impressive velocity, even more “We were right there with [Hillsdale] and
impressive than last year when she led the she decided she wanted to be the best player
team with 3.4 kills per set. And the back-row on the court,” Balistreri said. “And she was
The setters are part of a youth movement
kills are absolutely by design to give Menlo that night.”
that includes four underclassmen, along with
an array of attacking options. Menlo put a crimp in Borabo’s night with a
sophomore outside hitter Roxy Karrer and
freshman middle Sharon Nejad, who scored “She’s such a strong hitter, we want to use brilliant service showing in Game 2.
six kills apiece Tuesday. her six rotations,” Paglialunga said. Balistreri had to sub in his best defensive back
The additions are due to the forward think- Menlo junior Madison Fitzgerald emerged row, with Borabo coming off the floor, after
ing of head coach Marco Paglialunga, who as one of those attacking options late in the the Knights ran up an early 6-1 lead by virtue
recognizes the program will be graduating the opening set. She totaled five match kills, of four aces. They went on to score six in the
last four players — in seniors King, Xu, out- four of them coming in Game 1, but did not set, with two apiece from King and Holland,
side hitter Sianna Houghton and libero Riley score her first one until a left-side swing put while Gregory and Fitzgerald added one each.
Holland — who played for the 2016 Division the Knights up 19-7. She went on to score on In Game 3, Mercy managed to tie it 5-5 on
IV state championship team. a variety of shots, including an impressive a rood by junior middle Malayah Hernendez.
“The cycle will end because three starters fade to make it 21-12. She later scored a serv- Menlo responded with a four-point run, start-
of the start championship team will leave,” ice ace to up the lead to 23-13 before King ing with a picturesque roll shot off the right
Paglialunga said. “They’re seniors now … closed it out with back-to-back cross shots side by Houghton. King and a revamped line-
so we were planning to bring some fresh- off the left side. up throttled from there, with junior outside
men up to start a new cycle. So it was Borabo went on to settle for seven match hitter Emma Holland scoring each of her three
already planned.” kills. kills in the closing set, including a flat-foot-
Menlo was on its game against Mercy (0-1, “She still has a lot of room to grow,” ed, back-row smash to end it.
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL 7-6), outscoring the Crusaders 40-19 in total Balistreri said. “She’s definitely our favorite “We are getting there,” Paglialunga said.
Freshmen Hanna Hoffman, left, and Zoe match kills. King set the tone early, brawling offensive weapon. She can take over a match “We are still inconsistent. … You can see we
Gregory took over as Menlo’s setters this year. with Mercy senior outside hitter Alister Borabo in a hurry.” are young.”

“They’re gelling pretty long to get her act down, though, and that The loss for Kyaw had a historic context

TENNIS well and bring a lot of


energy to the court.”
The tandem has big
goes for off the court as well as on.
Following her team’s quick win Tuesday, the
freshman scored some serious style points,
to it, as it was the sophomore’s first-ever
loss in PAL play. Spanning back to the start
of her freshman season in 2017, she won 16
Continued from page 11 shoes to fill at No. 1 dou- donning what has got to be hands down the straight league matches.
bles, a prestigious lineup coolest flannel the Peninsula Athletic “I was really nervous,” Kyaw said. “And
spot in the Bearcats League will see this season (your move, PAL then as I kept going, I got more nervous
freshmen … that came and tried out for the ranks after the great team fashionistas), a three-toned eye-catcher she because I wanted to keep my record going.”
team.” of Emily Chan and imported all the way from China. El Camino has had a flair for the historic
San Mateo had seven freshmen try out.
Four of them made the squad. Two of them
Raiselle Kyaw Lauren Young who, two Huang has had no problem scoring points this season though. Due to a history of
years ago, ran the table on the court as well. She and Ting have also dilapidated tennis courts, the Lady Colts,
were in the lineup Tuesday, with No. 4 sin- for an undefeated slate in league play. As a earned sweeps against Half Moon Bay and long known as the traveling band of the
gle Kelli Eng defeating El Camino senior sophomore, Ting played on the same team Mercy-SF, the latter seeing the entire San PAL, hadn’t played a home match on their
Kelly Fong 6-0, 6-1. At No. 1 doubles, San with Chan and Young, and is now trying to Mateo team drop just one game. The other campus since 1996 — until this season.
Mateo senior Lian Ting and freshman Jully pick up the mantle. six matches, including No. 1 doubles, were For the previous 20 years, the Colts
Huang defeated EC seniors Jessica Li and “It was really amazing,” Ting said. “They settled 6-0, 6-0. called crosstown Orange Memorial Park
Heather Oakes 6-0, 6-0. taught us a lot. So I’m hoping I can be a “It’s definitely harder because we’re play- their home. Having their home courts resur-
Ting and Huang have partnered for four good leader to the young players this year ing against a lot of seniors,” Huang said. faced in the offseason, though, EC returned
straight matches. The senior-freshman — like Jully (Huang).” “But it’s fun overall.” home for the first time this century.
combo has won all four. Huang said she entered the season not Tuesday’s match had a bit of drama on the “It was more of the anxiety of when we’re
“I’m very happy with them,” Jeong said. knowing what to expect. It hasn’t taken her No. 1 singles court with San Mateo sopho- going to get on these courts,” El Camino
more Sarah Fung-Smith squaring off against head coach Jaime Pagmanua said, “because
El Camino sophomore Raiselle Kyaw. The we were always the traveling tennis team.”
two have a bit of history, having attended Pagmanua — in his 10th year coaching at
the same tennis clinic at San Mateo High his alma mater EC — fielded a majority sen-
School four years ago. After that, they ior lineup Tuesday.
played twice competitively, splitting those At No. 2 singles, San Mateo junior Grace
two matches prior to Tuesday’s showdown. Wang defeated Sophia Clemente 6-1, 6-3;
Fung-Smith soldiered through a hard fall San Mateo No. 3 junior Megan Stretch — a
in the second set to win 6-1, 7-5. The soph- transfer from Germany — defeated EC soph-
omore was defending the backline, and a 3- omore JoAnn Lee 6-1, 6-0; San Mateo No. 2
2 lead in the set, when her feet slid out from doubles junior Jeevika Adda and junior
underneath her and she hit the ground hard, Hannah Battat defeated EC seniors Nicole
scraping her racquet hand in the process. Woo and Maria Mar 6-1, 6-0; and San Mateo
She dropped the next two games but rallied No. doubles senior Mahak Bindal and junior
back, showing some emotion in the Amy Wong defeated EC junior Amy Yip and
process, to win it. senior Bella Leggero 6-1, 6-4.
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Highschool soccer WEDNESDAY


WHAT’S ON TAP
Boys’ water polo
Half Moon Bay vs. Burlingame at Mills, 4 p.m.; Carl-
Atlanta
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W
83
L
68
Pct
.550
GB

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division

z-Boston
W
103
L
48
Pct
.682
GB

team accused of
mont at Menlo School, Woodside at New York 92 58 .613 10 1/2
Menlo-Atherton, 6 p.m.; Sacred Heart Prep at Serra, Philadelphia 77 73 .513 5 1/2
Tampa Bay 84 66 .560 18 1/2
6:30 p.m. Washington 77 75 .507 6 1/2 Toronto 69 82 .457 34
New York 70 81 .464 13 Baltimore 43 108 .285 60
Girls’ water polo Miami 59 92 .391 24
Burlingame vs. Notre Dame-Belmont at Serra, 3 p.m.; Central Division
Aragon at Castilleja, Carlmont at Menlo School,

rapingteammate
Central Division x-Cleveland 84 66 .560 —
Woodside at Menlo-Atherton, 5 p.m.
Chicago 89 62 .589 — Minnesota 70 81 .464 14 1/2
Girls’ volleyball Detroit 61 90 .404 23 1/2
Milwaukee 86 66 .566 3 1/2 Chicago 59 91 .393 25
Jefferson at South City, Sequoia at Capuchino,West- St. Louis 84 68 .553 5 1/2
moor at Mills, Terra Nova at El Camino, 5:15 p.m.; Kansas City 52 99 .344 32 1/2
Woodside at Hillsdale, Menlo-Atherton at Aragon, Pittsburgh 76 74 .507 12 1/2
Burlingame at Half Moon Bay, Carlmont at San Cincinnati 65 87 .428 24 1/2 West Division
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS in front of coaching staff who did Mateo, 6:15 p.m. Houston 95 56 .629 —
nothing to stop the abuse and did West Division A’s 90 61 .596 5
Cross country Seattle 83 68 .550 12
HOBBS, N.M. — Members of a not report it, the lawsuit said. PAL League Meet #1 at Half Moon Bay, 4 p.m.
Los Angeles 84 68 .553 — Angels 75 76 .497 20
Colorado 82 69 .543 1 1/2 Texas 64 87 .424 31
southeastern New Mexico high The lawsuit said the 13-year-old Arizona 78 74 .513 6
THURSDAY
school soccer team raped a young rape victim became withdrawn, Girls’ tennis Giants 72 80 .474 12 z-clinched playoff berth
teammate, recorded the sexual irritated and lost his desire to play San Mateo at Menlo-Atherton, Carlmont at El San Diego 60 92 .395 24 x-clinched division
Camino, Burlingame at Hillsdale, Aragon at Half
assault of another player and sub- soccer. His mother became con- Moon Bay, Westmoor at Terra Nova, South City at Tuesday’s Games
jected other players to violent sex- cerned and inspected his phone, Oceana, Sequoia at Capuchino, Woodside at Mills, Tuesday’s Games
N.Y.Yankees 3,Boston 2
Menlo School vs Castilleja at Rinconada Park, Harker Philadelphia 5, N.Y. Mets 2
ual acts as part of hazing, accord- discovering the video of the at Crystal Springs, Sacred Heart Prep vs Notre Dame- Pittsburgh 2, Kansas City 1, 11 innings
Pittsburgh 2,Kansas City 1,11 innings
ing to a federal lawsuit. alleged Sept. 17, 2016, assault of Toronto 6,Baltimore 4
Belmont at CSM, Mercy-SF at Mercy-Burlingame, Washington 4, Miami 2
Priory at Pinewood, 4 p.m. Cleveland 5,Chicago White Sox 3
The lawsuit filed Friday in U.S. the boy on the bus, court docu- St. Louis 8, Atlanta 1 Minnesota 5,Detroit 3
District Court in Albuquerque by a ments said. Girls’ volleyball Cincinnati 3, Milwaukee 1 Tampa Bay 4,Texas 0
Pinewood at Priory, Westmoor at Sequoia, Mills at Chicago Cubs 9, Arizona 1 Houston 7,Seattle 0
parent of a player alleges her son The mother reported the video to Jefferson, El Camino at Capuchino, South City at Angels 9,Oakland 7
L.A. Dodgers 3, Colorado 2, 10 innings
was raped by Hobbs High School Hobbs High School administra- Terra Nova, 5:15 p.m.; Notre Dame-SJ at Crystal San Francisco 5, San Diego 4 Wednesday’s Games
soccer teammates in 2016 shortly tors, who took no action, the law- Springs, 5:45 p.m.; San Mateo at Aragon, Half Moon Wednesday’s Games
Minnesota(Gonsalves0-2)atDetroit(Turnbull0-0),10:10a.m.
Bay at Menlo-Atherton,Woodside at Carlmont, Hills- Tampa Bay (TBD) at Texas (Mendez 2-1),11:05 a.m.
after another player was sexually suit said. dale at Burlingame, 6:15 p.m.; Mercy-Burlingame at St.Louis (Flaherty 8-7) at Atlanta (Toussaint 1-1),9:10 a.m. Boston (Price 15-6) atYankees (Severino 17-8),4:05 p.m.
assaulted on a bus, the Hobbs The lawsuit alleged another sexu- Sacred Heart Prep, Menlo School at Mercy-SF, Notre Mets (Matz 5-11) at Philadelphia (Eflin 10-7),3:05 p.m. KC (Fillmyer 3-1) at Pittsburgh (Archer 4-8),4:05 p.m.
News-Sun reported . Dame-Belmont at Harker, 6:30 p.m. KC (Fillmyer 3-1) at Pittsburgh (Archer 4-8), 4:05 p.m. Toronto (Gaviglio 3-8) at Baltimore (TBD),4:05 p.m.
al assault occurred earlier this Cincy (Harvey 7-8)at Milwaukee (Gonzalez8-11),4:40 p.m. WhiteSox(Covey5-13)atCleveland(Carrasco16-9),4:10p.m.
The lawsuit alleges a video month, when the boys’ soccer team Boys’ water polo
Giants (Stratton 10-9) at San Diego (Erlin 3-7),6:10 p.m. Seattle (TBD) at Houston (Keuchel 11-10),5:10 p.m.
Sequoia at Aragon, Mills at Terra Nova, San Mateo
showed soccer players sexually was on an overnight, out-of-town at Capuchino, 4 p.m.; Cubs (Hamels 9-9) at Arizona (Ray 5-2), 6:40 p.m. Angels (Pena 3-4) at A’s (Anderson 3-5),7:05 p.m.
assaulting a boy two years ago and Thursday’s Games
trip. It alleges several younger Colorado(Anderson6-9)atDodgers(Buehler7-5),7:10p.m.
Angels at A’s,12:35 p.m.
that a coach told players to delete players were held against their will Girls’ water polo Thursday’s Games
Mills at Terra Nova, Half Moon Bay vs. Mercy- Boston at N.Y.Yankees,4:05 p.m.
the cellphone video. in a hotel room in El Paso, Texas, N.Y. Mets at Washington, 4:05 p.m. Tampa Bay at Toronto,4:07 p.m.
Burlingame at Capuchino, 5 p.m.; Sequoia at
Hillsdale, 5:30 p.m.; San Mateo at Capuchino, 6 p.m. Cincinnati at Miami, 4:10 p.m. Chicago White Sox at Cleveland,4:10 p.m.
Hobbs Municipal Schools and were sexually assaulted by sev- Philadelphia at Atlanta, 4:35 p.m. Kansas City at Detroit,4:10 p.m.
Superintendent T.J. Parks declined eral older players. FRIDAY
to comment on the lawsuit. But he Hobbs Police Chief Chris Football
said this month the district was McCall said Monday the Hobbs Serra vs. Mitty at Foothill College, Menlo-Atherton
at Valor Christian-Highlands Ranch, Colorado,Terra
TRANSACTIONS
investigating alleged player mis- Police Department is investigat- Nova at Mills, 7 p.m.; King’s Academy at Aragon, NFL Released S Tyree Robinson. Released DT Aziz Shittu
conduct within the boys’ soccer ing the alleged El Paso incident. Half Moon Bay at Burlingame, Lincoln-SF at El ARIZONA CARDINALS — Released DT Garrison from the practice squad. Signed DT Adolphus Wash-
Camino, 7:30 p.m. Smith. Signed LB Nigel Harris to the practice squad. ington to the practice squad.
program. He said police will forward find- Released LB B.J. Bello from the practice squad. DETROIT LIONS — Waived OL Jamil Demby. Re-
According to the lawsuit, the ings to the El Paso Police Girls’ water polo ATLANTA FALCONS — Placed G Andy Levitre on leased S Marcus Cromartie from reserve-injured.
hazing of younger players on the Department. Amanda McDonald Invitational at Menlo School/Sa- injured reserve. Signed G Zac Kerin. HOUSTON TEXANS — Signed WR Isaac Whitney
cred Heart Prep, 3 p.m. BUFFALO BILLS —Signed CB Ryan Lewis from the to the practice squad. Released WR Malachi Dupre
boys’ varsity soccer team dates The lawsuit, which names Parks, practice squad. Signed CB Michael Hunter and WR from the practice squad.
back to the 2015 fall season and coaches, current and former admin- SATURDAY Hunter Sharp to the practice squad. MIAMI DOLPHINS — Promoted S Maurice Smith
included sexual assaults. Football CINCINNATI BENGALS — Signed PK Randy Bul- to the active roster.
istrators, seeks unspecified mone- Fresno City College at College of San Mateo, Sacred lock to a two-year contract extension. MINNESOTA VIKINGS — Signed PK Dan Bailey.
The assaults frequently happened tary damages. Heart Prep at San Mateo, 2 p.m. DALLAS COWBOYS — Re-signed WR Brice Butler. Waived WR Stacy Coley.
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score to put the Vikings up 6-2 midway through cut the Bearcats’ deficit to just one, but her

POLO
Continued from page 11
the fourth period.
Mills initially broke the seal on the score-
board about three minutes into the match when
rebound putback was waved off as the halftime
horn sounded just before she could get the shot
off.
Cassidy Martz fired off a shot that San Mateo In the third period, Mills pushed its lead to
goaltender Kalyn Chan pushed off the crossbar. four goals — 5-1 — when Ng Solano scored off
Turner also saved four straight shots from the
Bearcats in the second period, as they managed Mills’ Michelle Chan was there to clean up a rebound and Nicole Boie fired one in from
to get only three shots past her for the entire the rebound and put it home for a 1-0 Mills lead. midpool.
match. With just over two minutes to play, the
San Mateo’s Megan Chung got one of the
“She’s been pretty solid like that (throughout Vikings took a 2-0 lead when Sarah Wong
goals back, scoring off an assist from Chan to
the season so far),” Anderson said. “The found Martz on the left wing and she buried her
close to 5-2 after three periods, before the
defense played well. Everybody got back.” shot for the second goal of the game.
teams exchanged goals in the fourth — Alaraj
The match got off to a bit of a sloppy start as The Vikings added a third goal just before the rounded out the scoring for Mills at the 4:21
neither team could get much going offensively. NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL quarter break when Martz fired home a shot mark, while Caroline Zhu scored San Mateo’s
Sophia Alaraj had her chances as she stayed on San Mateo’s Lydia McIntyre looks for a from the perimeter for a 3-0 Vikings’ advan- final goal with 1:22 left.
offense and her teammates played defense. But shooting lane. tage.
Turner struggled to get the ball to Alaraj, who Alaraj, however, did show off her shooting Mills, however, struggled offensively in the The win was big for Mills as the Vikings try
had to swim back toward midpool to retrieve skills as she scored her team’s final goal. Off a second period, but Turner kept the Bearcats off to keep pace with Half Moon Bay and Terra
passes as the San Mateo defense came barreling restart following a San Mateo foul, Mills’ the scoreboard until there was 1:48 left in the Nova, who were both 4-0 entering play
back at her. Michelina Ng Solano dumped a pass into Alaraj half. That’s when Izzy Borges took a long pass Tuesday.
Alaraj managed to get three shots off in the in the hole set and with a defender draped all from Chan and scored. “It keeps us in the mix,” Anderson said.
opening period, but each was saved. over her, Alaraj managed to get a shot off and Jax Rittenhouse looked like she might have “That’s what you hope for every year.”

Siskiyous, with Matt Adamkiewicz coming stout. Although they allowed 414 yards of But the team doesn’t have a lot of time to

CSM
Continued from page 11
on to throw for 186 yards and a pair of
touchdowns.
Adamkiewicz got the start in Game 2
offense to ARC, they held the Beavers to
just 18 points. Through three games, CSM
is allowing an average of 10 points per
dwell on what happened Saturday as it pre-
pares for another stern test against No. 17
Fresno City College this weekend. The
against Delta before Terrell Carter came on game. coaching staff breaks down the game tape
in relief. Last week Carter made the start. A “Defense has been playing solid, ” Sunday, gives the team the needed correc-
we’re heading in the right direction. It was- transfer from San Jose State, Carter had Tulloch said. “When you hold a good team
n’t our best game, but our young men are tions on Monday and then it’s time to start
only six practices with the Bulldogs under under 20 points, that gives you a chance to preparing for Saturday’s game.
making progress. … What we need to be his belt before getting the call against the win.”
doing is peaking and playing well as a team Beavers. The most important thing that came from “Our kids are ready to get to work. If you
by the time we get into conference (play).” But a look at the stats show the Bulldogs Saturday’s loss is it enables the coaching look at the season as a 10-round fight, we
A lot of that growth will continue to come were right there against ARC. They still staff to see what needs to be corrected lost the third round,” Tulloch said. “Monday
at quarterback as the CSM coaching staff is managed 308 yards of offense, including because a good team will expose weakness- … (we) highlight the things we did well, ID
still scrambling three weeks into the season 141 yards rushing. es and make the opposition pay for any the things we need to improve on and then
as a handful of signal callers are in the mix But five turnovers — three interceptions mistakes. it’s right to work.
because of injury and inexperience. Game 1 and two fumbles — will kill most teams’ “Good teams will always show you what
starter Kamalii Akina was injured in the chances of winning. you need to work on,” Tulloch said. “That’s “Every week, our goal is to go 1-0, last
Bulldogs’ 42-0 win over College of Defensively, the Bulldogs have been why I love playing a very good schedule.” week doesn’t matter.”
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THE DAILY JOURNAL FOOD Wednesday • Sept 19, 2018 17


Bourbon bread pudding with a taste of New Orleans
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cover with aluminum foil and bake for 45
minutes.
We started our New Orleans Bourbon Meanwhile, mix granulated sugar and
Bread Pudding recipe by tearing a baguette remaining 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon in small
into ragged pieces, which gave the bread bowl. Using your fingers, cut 6 table-
pudding a rustic look. We then toasted the spoons butter into sugar mixture until size
bread to a deep golden brown, which pre- of small peas. Remove foil from pudding,
vented the prepared recipe from turning sprinkle with butter mixture, and bake,
soggy. uncovered, until custard is just set, 20 to 25
Once the custard set up in the oven, we minutes. Remove pudding from oven and
sprinkled cinnamon, sugar and butter on heat broiler.
top and let it bake until the topping was Once broiler is heated, broil pudding until
caramelized. Then, for a real taste of New top forms golden crust, about 2 minutes.
Orleans, we drizzled the bread pudding with Transfer to wire rack and let cool for at least
our warm bourbon sauce. 30 minutes or up to 2 hours. Serve.
Bourbon Sauce:
NEW ORLEANS BOURBON BREAD Makes about 1 cup
PUDDING WITH BOURBON SAUCE 1 1/2 teaspoons cornstarch
1/4 cup bourbon
Servings: 8-10 3/4 cup heavy cream
Start to finish: 2 hours, 30 minutes 2 tablespoons sugar
1 (18- to 20-inch) baguette, torn into 1- Pinch salt
inch pieces (10 cups) 2 teaspoons unsalted butter, cut into 8
1 cup golden raisins pieces
3/4 cup bourbon Whisk cornstarch and 2 tablespoons
6 tablespoons unsalted butter, cut into 6 bourbon in small bowl until well combined.
pieces and chilled, plus extra for baking For a real taste of New Orleans, drizzle the bread pudding with warm bourbon sauce. Heat cream and sugar in small saucepan over
dish medium heat until sugar dissolves. Whisk
8 large egg yolks heat oven to 450 F. Arrange bread in single milk, vanilla, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, nut-
layer on baking sheet and bake until crisp meg, and salt together in large bowl. Whisk in cornstarch mixture and bring to boil.
1 1/2 cups packed (10 1/2 ounces) light Reduce heat to low and cook until sauce
brown sugar and browned, about 12 minutes, turning in reserved bourbon plus remaining 1/4 cup
pieces over and switching baking sheets bourbon. Add toasted bread and toss until thickens, 3 to 5 minutes. Off heat, stir in
3 cups heavy cream salt, butter, and remaining 2 tablespoons
1 cup whole milk halfway through baking. Let bread cool. evenly coated. Let mixture sit until bread
Reduce oven temperature to 300 F. begins to absorb custard, about 30 minutes, bourbon. Drizzle warm sauce over individ-
1 tablespoon vanilla extract ual servings. (Sauce can be refrigerated for
1 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon Meanwhile, heat raisins with 1/2 up bour- tossing occasionally. If majority of bread is
bon in small saucepan over medium-high still hard, continue to soak for 15 to 20 up to five days.)
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg Nutrition information per serving: 681
1/4 teaspoon salt heat until bourbon begins to simmer, 2 to 3 minutes.
minutes. Strain mixture, reserving bourbon Pour half of bread mixture into prepared calories; 361 calories from fat; 40 g fat (24
3 tablespoons granulated sugar g saturated; 1 g trans fats); 275 mg choles-
1 recipe Bourbon Sauce (recipe follows) and raisins separately. baking dish and sprinkle with half of
Butter 13-by 9-inch broiler-safe baking raisins. Pour remaining bread mixture into terol; 207 mg sodium; 67 g carbohydrate; 2
Adjust oven rack to middle position and g fiber; 53 g sugar; 7 g protein.
dish. Whisk egg yolks, brown sugar, cream, dish and sprinkle with remaining raisins.

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attacking a 22-year-old woman in parking
lot as she was locking her car, noted
Gallagher.
Nevada who investigated the murder of a
young woman named Michelle Mitchell
that same year in Reno. Though a woman
with a history of mental health issues
DNA analysis named Cathy Woods was arrested for
years,” he said, of Baxter’s and Cascio’s Mitchell’s murder while Fox was serving in
families. “The horror of what they had to In his own closing argument, Halbower’s
defense attorney John Halley questioned the U.S. Army, he said he worked with her
live with because of the evil of this man is defense to get her released from prison
beyond any of our comprehensions.” the methods investigators and scientists
employed in collecting and analyzing the years later after a match was made between
In his closing argument, Supervising DNA collected at the crime scene for
Deputy District Attorney Sean Gallagher DNA evidence found at the scenes, empha-
sizing the prosecution’s burden to prove Mitchell’s murder and in some of the evi-
commended investigators who worked on dence connected to the Gypsy Hill murders.
the cases throughout the years since the without a reasonable doubt Halbower was
the killer. He asked jurors to consider the Fox said he was encouraged by San Mateo
teens’ deaths, noting the role DNA evidence County’s trial of the case and hoped the
played in linking Halbower to their mur- fact that the prosecution never showed
them the charts showing the DNA analysis Washoe County community would soon
ders. have a similar opportunity to try Halbower
“So much of what we heard about in the and didn’t ask the scientists who performed
the analysis to demonstrate how they as the alleged killer in Mitchell’s murder as
trial really for all those years was just wait- more light is shed on her last moments.
ing, waiting to be discovered,” he said. reached their conclusions, noting at least Denise Lampe, a 19-year-old who was
two of the witnesses who took the stand “It’s very satisfying because these cases
found stabbed to death in her car at the keep you up at night, ” he said, after
Evidence admitted to mistakes made in the DNA Serramonte Shopping Center in Daly City Gallagher and Halley delivered their clos-
analysis related to the two cases. April 1, 1976.
He acknowledged investigators could “You don’t have the raw material,” he ing arguments. “You think you’re tired and
uncover some details about the girls’ final said. “You can’t do what I did with these wit- Investigators broadened their search for you start thinking about what this could
moments from evidence discovered near or nesses and see for yourself whether they’re Lampe’s killer when they discovered be.”
at the crime scenes. The overnight bag saying things that are not true.” Halbower was in custody at a Nevada jail
Cascio packed for her first-ever sleepover facing rape and other related charges when ‘Day of reckoning’
and found by a couple driving by the bus Additional crimes the young woman was last seen leaving the
stop where she is believed to have waited Halbower faces life in prison with the
Daly City mall hours before she was found possibility of parole when he returns to
moments before she was abducted, the Though Halbower was previously dead, according to prosecutors.
memories friends of Baxter have of saying thought to have been the killer behind five court for sentencing Oct. 10, after which he
1976 killings of young women in San In November, prosecutors announced a is expected to be transported to Nevada to
goodbye to her after a rehearsal at San murder charge against 71-year-old convict
Bruno’s Capuchino High School before she Mateo County, he was only charged with face charges in the kidnapping, stabbing
Cascio’s and Baxter’s murders as insuffi- and known sexual predator Leon Melvin and murder of Mitchell, said Wagstaffe.
disappeared for two days and the way in Seymour after tying him to Lampe’s case
which both girls were stabbed and sexually cient evidence has been unearthed to con- For his part, Gallagher also expressed
nect him with three other murders occur- based on DNA found from a bloodstain on gratitude for the light shed on the cases of
assaulted were among the pieces of evi- her jacket. Civilly committed to Coalinga
dence investigators relied upon in the years ring shortly after theirs. Dubbed the Baxter and Cascio by the advances in DNA
“Gypsy Hill” murders after the road 14- State Hospital after serving a 33-year collection and analysis in the years since
following their deaths. prison sentence, Seymour has been con-
But it was a scientist’s revisiting of the year-old Tanya Blackwell was discovered their murders, noting the DNA evidence
near months after her January disappear- victed for sexually assaulting six different connected to their deaths was able to speak
evidence collected at the scenes in 1996 female victims. His charges included rape
that connected the two cases to the DNA of ance in 1976 off Gypsy Hill Road in for them when they couldn’t.
Pacifica, the crimes also include the murder and attempted sodomy in San Mateo “For so long, we could only say we know
the same person, and another scientist’s County and other counties.
work in 2014 that matched the killer’s DNA of Carol Lee Booth, 26, who was last seen how this criminal had done this and now we
to Halbower, who had been serving time in in South San Francisco March 15 before Among those following Halbower’s trial can say we know who did this,” he said.
her body was discovered in early May and in San Mateo County was Allan Fox, a “His day of reckoning is now.”
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from councilmembers seeking to
assure the lots are used appropriately
by the hotels though. A primary con-
outcome, as they do not want to incon-
venience patrons by being too ambi-
tious in the amount of spaces they cut.
Fundamentals of Geology. Little Square, 2200 Broadway, Redwood cerned raised was the option for hotels “At some point, we can just trust the
House, The Roslyn Morris Activity City. Fun and merriment, music, to lease their unused spaces to a park- market,” said Brownrigg, deferring to
Center, 800 Middle Ave. Menlo Park. dancing, contests, cold beer and allowing hotels lining the Bayfront to and-fly or long-term parking service, hoteliers regarding the adequate
Cost $70. Learn to use common other beverages, food and more. reduce the amount of property reserved
genealogical record types and Cost $15 to $23. For more informa- which would generate income for the amount of parking needed.
important family history websites. tion call 780-7311. for parking, as the rise of ride hailing hotel but offer no benefit to the com- He also noted an opportunity to
For more information call 326-2025. and other services is giving way to munity. return at a later date and amend the
Fortnite Dance Challenge. 3 p.m. to
Drop-In Computer Help. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. South San Francisco Library, fewer travelers renting cars. “I think as a community we have an requirement if officials find the allow-
Noon. Redwood City Public Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South San Under the Monday, Sept. 17, deci- interest in seeing that land used to a able reduction eventually leads to park-
1044 Middlefield Road, Redwood Francisco. For all ages, cost is free. For
City. Free. For more information call more information call 829-3860. sion, hoteliers can apply for a condi- higher purpose than long-term park- ing problems.
780-7098. tional use permit allowing a parking ing,” said Councilwoman Emily “I personally would resist becoming
The Bills in concert. 7:30 p.m. to reduction, so long as they can get
Meditation with Pablo Gonzalez. 6 9:30 p.m. Odd Fellows Lodge, 526 Beach. overly prescriptive and I would be
p.m. to 11:59 p.m. Grand Avenue Main St., Half Moon Bay. The Bills are authorization from the Planning While officials stopped short of ready to change it if we are having
Branch Library, 306 Walnut Ave., renowned for their instrumental vir- Commission.
South San Francisco. Practice mind- tuosity, lush vocal arrangements, approving a mandate limiting uses for problems,” he said.
fulness meditation. Free. For more evocative songwriting and a refresh- Councilman Ricardo Ortiz lauded the hotels seeking a parking reduction, Ortiz though suggested it is more
information call 877-8530. ing sound that transcends musical proposal as a way to assure the land cur- councilmembers suggested planning likely that when officials return to the
boundaries and defies simple cate-
San Mateo Professional Alliance. gorization. Free but $20 donations rently designated for parking is being commissioners should consider the matter, they will further reduce the
Noon to 1 p.m. Central Park Bistro, accepted. 18 and up. For more infor- used in the most optimal fashion. proposed alternative when approving amount of parking required for hotels
181 E. Fourth Ave., San Mateo. mation call 350-0425.
Promotes an environment for idea “I’m looking at the data and it’s just the conditional use permit. below the current mandate to offer one
sharing, leveraging resources and San Bruno Movies-in-the-Par k: really dramatic the vacancy rate,” he “I do have some confidence in our space per room.
building long-term relationships. ‘Jumanji — Welcome to the
Annual dues are $60 per year, and Jungle.’ 8:15 p.m. San Bruno City said, according to video of the meeting. Planning Commission,” said “I think at some point we need to
members will enjoy solid referrals Park, 251 City Park Way, San Bruno. “We just have a bunch of land sitting Councilwoman Ann Keighran, regard- look at a permanent reduction of the
from other business members with- For more information call 616-7084. there not being used and it just strikes
in the group. Make sure to bring
ing the ability to judge whether the ratio because I think the data speaks for
your business cards, company SATURDAY, SEPT. 22 me that we need to do something.” conditional use permit should be itself,” he said. “We are overparked on
brochures and other informational R esearching Your Civil War To his point, a survey indicates a approved. the Bayfront. And again, we are just
materials. For more information call Ancestors. 10 a.m. to noon. Grace
430-6500. Lutheran Church, 2825 Alameda de majority of the 12 hotels east of Keighran added she would favor kicking the can down the road. And I’m
las Pulgas, San Mateo. This presenta- Highway 101 are not using between inviting hoteliers into a future conver- fine to see what happens and we can
Toastmasters Public Speak ing and tion will cover resources for Civil War
Leadership Sk ills Development. research with examples from the half and 75 percent of their parking sation to get a better sense of their have more data but I think we need to
Noon to 1 p.m. BKF Engineers, 255 Union and Confederate sides. For lots. Hoteliers attribute the dipping use vision for their land, should parking look for a permanent solution.”
Shoreline Drive, Suite 200, Redwood more information call 345-9068. rates to more travelers taking shuttles,
Shores. Join us in a friendly and sup-
requirements be reduced. In other business, officials discussed
portive atmosphere while learning San Mateo County Disaster Uber or similar ride-hailing applica- “It will be interesting to see how the the most recent design for the proposed
to improve your communication Preparedness Day. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tions from the airport to their industry responds and what, if any kind new Recreation Center, which officials
and leadership skills. For more infor- San Mateo County Event Center,
mation call (202) 390-7555. 1346 Saratoga Ave., San Mateo. overnight destination, rather than of proposals, we get,” said Mayor are planning to build with money gen-
Community resource tables will be renting cars. Michael Brownrigg. erated from a recent sales tax hike.
Heart Attack and Strok e on site to provide information and
Prevention. 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. San resources to develop your own pre- As a result, the hotel industry is seek- Councilmembers also noted the Brownrigg lauded the newest itera-
Mateo Senior Center, 2645 Alameda paredness plans. Free. For more ing to use their land in a more produc- reduction introduces the threat of limit- tion of the center coming out of the
de las Pulgas, San Mateo. For more information call 363-4568.
information call 522-7490.
tive fashion, which officials expressed ing the amount of parking which will study session prior to the regular meet-
National Voter Registration Day a willingness to allow. be needed when hotels host large, spe- ing, and suggested officials supported
Book Munchers B ook Club. 4 p.m. Celebration: Binge Watch the West
Wing. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Belmont The enhanced flexibility offered cial events. Brownrigg noted though the design under development.
to 11:59 p.m. South San Francisco
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas,
San Francisco. Cost is free. For more Belmont. For more information call
the European Union and Japan have companies say regulators are already
information call 829-3860.
Oktober fest Redwood City 2018. 5
p.m. to midnight. Courthouse
Square, 2200 Broadway, Redwood
591-8286.
Sunday Morning Yarn. 10:30 a.m.
South San Francisco Library, 840 W.
Orange Ave., South San Francisco.
CHINA
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longstanding complaints about
Chinese market barriers and industrial
policy. But they object to Trump’s
starting to disrupt their operations.
Last week, the American Chambers
of Commerce in China and in
City. Fun and merriment, music, For more information call 829-3860. tactics and warn the dispute could Shanghai reported 52 percent of more
dancing, contests, cold beer and chill global economic growth and than 430 companies that responded to
other beverages, food and more. Filipino Cooking, Vegan Style. 11
Cost $15 to $23. For more informa- a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Menlo Park Main goods starting next week. The tariffs undermine international trade regula- a survey said they have faced slower
tion call 780-7311. Library, 800 Alma St., Menlo Park. will start at 10 percent, then rise to tion. customs clearance and increased
Just for adults. Free. For more infor- 25 percent on Jan. 1.
Yom K ippur Conclusion Services mation call 330-2512. Trump has strained relations with inspections and bureaucratic proce-
with Chabad of the Nor th China’s Finance Ministry said its potential allies including the dures.
Peninsula. 6 p.m. Wornick Jewish La Nebbia Winery craft faire and tariff increases are aimed at curbing European Union, Canada and Mexico The U. S. taxes are targeting
Day School, 800 Foster City Blvd., wine tasting. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. La
Foster City. For more information call Nebbia winery, 12341 San Mateo “trade friction” and the “unilateralism by raising tariffs on imported steel Chinese goods that Washington says
667-9556. Road, Half Moon Bay. Food, hand- and protectionism of the United and aluminum. He demanded Canada have benefited from improper indus-
made jewelry, arts and crafts, wine
tasting and live music. For more States.” and Mexico renegotiate the North trial policies. Beijing’s tariffs have
Cuban Salsa Dancing. 6 p.m. to 7
p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda information call 591-6596. There was no word on whether American Free Trade Agreement to hit soybeans and other farm goods
de las Pulgas, Belmont. For more
South San Francisco Concer t in
China would back out of trade talks it make it more favorable to the United from states that voted for Trump in
information call 591-8286.
the Park. 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Orange said it was invited to by the U.S., but States. 2016.
Miracles or Mere Coincidences? Memorial Park, 781 Tennis Drive, a Chinese Commerce Ministry state- Trump has also complained about “Contrary to views in Washington,
Does Every thing Happen for a South San Francisco. Performances
Reason? 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. by Latin Rock band, MALO and two ment said the U.S. increase “brings America’s gaping trade deficit — China can — and will — dig its heels
Bethany Lutheran Church, 1095 local high school bands: El Camino new uncertainty to the consulta- $336 billion last year — with China, in and we are not optimistic about the
Cloud Ave., Menlo Park. For more High School Jazz Band and South tions.”
information call 854-5897. San Francisco High School Jazz its biggest trading partner. prospect for a resolution in the short
Band. Also features rock wall, bounce The two countries have already “China has had many opportunities term, ” said Zarit of the American
Helping Your Teen Transition to houses, trackless train, karaoke, imposed import taxes on $50 billion to fully address our concerns,” Trump Chamber of Commerce. “No one will
High School. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Menlo Zumba and a photo booth. For more
Park Main Library, 800 Alma St., information call 829-3800. worth of each other’s goods. said in a statement. “I urge China’s emerge victorious from this counter-
Menlo Park. For more information President Donald Trump threatened to leaders to take swift action to end productive cycle.”
call 330-2501. Por tola Ar t Galler y Presents ‘A add an additional $267 billion in
Traveler ’s Impressions.’ 1 p.m. to 4 their country’s unfair trade prac- In the first two rounds of tariffs, the
Happiness Through Yoga. 7 p.m. to p.m. Portola Art Gallery at Allied Arts Chinese imports to the target list if tices.” Trump administration took care to try
8:30 p.m. Burlingame Library, 480 Guild, 75 Arbor Road, Menlo Park. A China retaliated for the latest U.S.
Primrose Road, Burlingame. All activ- collection of oil paintings by Oksana The trade gap means China will run to spare American consumers from the
ities will be done sitting on a chair or Johnson. Free for all ages. For more taxes. That would raise the total out of U.S. imports to tax while the direct impact of the import taxes. The
standing. No floor exercises. Free. For information call 321-0220. affected by U.S. penalties to $517 U. S. still has plenty of Chinese tariffs focused on industrial products,
more information call 558-7407.
‘My Stroke of Luck’ with Diane billion, covering nearly everything imports to target. But Beijing has not on things Americans buy at the
Mabon: Celebrating the Equinox Barnes. 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Dragon China sells to the United States. other ways to retaliate. American mall or via Amazon.
with Circus. 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Productions Theatre Co., 2120 The American Chamber of
Dragon Productions Theatre Co., Broadway, Redwood City. Tickets for
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104 training 110 Employment


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110 employment 110 employment 203 public Notices 203 public Notices 203 public Notices books
sales/MaRketiNG fiCtitious busiNess NaMe fiCtitious busiNess NaMe JaMes patteRsoN hardback books.
iNteRNships
stateMeNt #278652 stateMeNt #278535 iN aCCoRdaNCe with the 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business provisions of commercial
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking as Chula Vista, 1123 Chula Vista, BUR- as: Cleanologie Homes, 139 Arden Ave, NiCholas spaRks hardback books.
for ambitious interns who are eager to LINGAME, CA 94010. Registered Own- code 7209, with these being 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861
jump into the business arena with both SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080.
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs
er: LBD Enterprises LLC, CA. The busi-
Registered Owners: Ana Melissa Jacobo unpaid storage charges, no-
ness is conducted by Limited Liability quality books used and rare. World
of the newspaper and media industries.
Company. The registrants commenced and Neri Jacobo, same address. The tice is hereby given that the & US History and classic American nov-
This position will provide valuable business is conducted by a Married Cou- household and personal ef- els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502
experience for your bright future. to transact business under the FBN on
12/13/2013. ple. The registrant commenced to trans- fects and/or business effects
Email resume act business under the FBN on 8/7/18. the halo Forerunner saga. 3 books.
info@smdailyjournal.com /s/Jamie D’Alessandro/ of:
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Ana Melissa Jacobo/ Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587
sor-County Clerk on 8/22/18. (Published This statement was filed with the Asses- Mary Cahill, Ricky Scales, V.loGViNoV, uNusual Journey to the
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/29/18, sor-County Clerk on 8/9/18. (Published in Kaiva Dahrian, John East- Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus-
203 public Notices 9/5/18, 9/12/18, 9/19/18). the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18, wold, Esther Chun, and Da- sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695
9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18). vid Forbes will be sold at
fiCtitious busiNess NaMe
stateMeNt #278644 fiCtitious busiNess NaMe Auction on October 03, 2018 294 business equipment
stateMeNt #278655
The following person is doing business
The following person is doing business fiCtitious busiNess NaMe at 10:00 a.m. at AMS Relo- RestauRaNt equipMeNt- Every-
as WHR Tours & Travel, 314 Wellington stateMeNt #278805
Ave, DALY CITY, CA 94014. Registered as: 1141 El Camino Real, 1141 El Cami- cation Inc., 1873 Rollins thing must go! Closing-out sale CALL
no Real, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. The following person is doing business Road, Burlingame, CA (650)340-9995
Owner: Hedda S. Sales, same address. as: 3D Kawaiko, 1271 Claremont Drive,
Registered Owners: Richard Tod Spieker
The business is conducted by an Individ-
and Catherine R. Spieker, 60 Mulberry SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Registered 94010
ual. The registrants commenced to
transact business under the FBN on July Lane, Atherton, CA 94027. The busi- Owner: Valerie Kimiko Himuro, same ad- 294 baby stuff
23, 1998. ness is conducted by a Trust. The regis- dress. The business is conducted by an
/s/Hedda S. Sales/ trant commenced to transact business Individual. The registrant commenced to baby CRib, "Dream on Me", like new
under the FBN on 7/23/14. transact business under the FBN on oRdeR to show Cause foR with mattress, pad and 2 sheets. $80.00.
This statement was filed with the Asses- ChaNGe of NaMe
sor-County Clerk on 8/21/18. (Published /s/Richard Tod Spieker/ June 1, 2018. (650)592-3540
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Valerie Kimiko Himuro/ CASE# 18CIV04268
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/29/18, SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
sor-County Clerk on 8/22/18. (Published
9/5/18, 9/12/18, 9/19/18).
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18,
This statement was filed with the Asses- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, 295 art
9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18).
sor-County Clerk on 9/7/18. (Published in 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18, REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 bRushed fiNish, 15" X 20" frame
fiCtitious busiNess NaMe 9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18). PETITION OF holds 18 various size photos. Never
stateMeNt #278677 fiCtitious busiNess NaMe Amina Audrey Kim Martel used. $20. 650-369-2486.
The following person is doing business stateMeNt #278782 TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
as Martha’s Janitorial, 2429 Elliot St., fiCtitious busiNess NaMe
NewspapeR iNteRNs SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered
The following person is doing business Petitioner: Amina Audrey Kim Martel filed 296 appliances
as: 1)West Coast Financial 2)Sunset stateMeNt #278800 a petition with this court for a decree
JouRNalisM Owner: Martha Cabrera, same address. West Investment, 333 Gellert Blvd, Ste The following person is doing business changing name as follows:
The business is conducted by an Individ- aiR CoNditioNeR 10000 BTU w/re-
The Daily Journal is looking for in- 210, DALY CITY, CA 94015. Registered as: Peninsula Infiniti, 386 Convention Present name: mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
ual. The registrants commenced to Owner: Sunset West Capital, Inc., CA.
terns to do entry level reporting, re-
transact business under the FBN on Way, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Reg- Amina Audrey Kim Martel brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
search, updates of our ongoing fea- The business is conducted by a Corpora- istered Owner: Peninsula Infiniti LLC, Proposed Name: 0898
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- 1994. tion. The registrant commenced to trans- Amina Kim Martel
/s/Martha Cabrera/ CA. The business is conducted by a
so welcome. act business under the FBN on N/A. Limited Liability Company. The regis- hotpoiNt heaVy Duty Dryer excellent
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Lawrence Woo/ THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
sor-County Clerk on 8/24/18. (Published trant commenced to transact business working condition Burlingame $50 Call
We expect a commitment of four to This statement was filed with the Asses- interested in this matter shall appear be- Dan (408)656-0958
eight hours a week for at least four in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/29/18, sor-County Clerk on 9/6/18. (Published in under the FBN on 2001.
/s/Gordon MacDonald/ fore this court at the hearing indicated
months. The internship is unpaid, but 9/5/18, 9/12/18, 9/19/18). the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18, below to show cause, if any, why the pe- keNMoRe wiNdow A/C (vert. open-
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- 9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18). This statement was filed with the Asses- tition for change of name should not be ing) 8700 btu. New in box. $200.00 as
terns have progressed in time into sor-County Clerk on 9/7/18. (Published in granted. Any person objecting to the is. David Butler (415)608- 1214.
paid correspondents and full-time re- fiCtitious busiNess NaMe the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18,
stateMeNt #278383 name changes described above must file
porters. fiCtitious busiNess NaMe 9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18). a written objection that includes the rea- MaytaG washeR excellent working
The following person is doing business stateMeNt #278807
as Jorgensen Investigations, 120 Ban- sons for the objection at least two court condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
College students or recent graduates The following person is doing business days before the matter is scheduled to (408)656-0958
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper croft Rd, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. as: Katie Eiseman Consulting, 2104 Roo- fiCtitious busiNess NaMe
Registered Owner: Clifford W. Jorgen- be heard and must appear at the hearing
experience is preferred but not neces- sevelt Ave., BURLINGAME, CA 94010. stateMeNt #278724 to show cause why the petition should MfG h20labs Model 300 exc cond
sarily required. sen, same address. The business is Registered Owner: Almacare, Inc., CA. counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
conducted by an Individual. The regis- The following person is doing business not be granted. If no written objection is
The business is conducted by a Corpora- as: Kwak Kwak Marketing, 1012 Wash- timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
Please send a cover letter describing trants commenced to transact business tion. The registrant commenced to trans- New, siNGeR Sewing Machine Univer-
your interest in newspapers, a resume under the FBN on 7/24/18. act business under the FBN on N/A. ington St Unit C, DALY CITY, CA 94015. tion without a hearing. A hearing on the sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma-
and three recent clips. Before you ap- /s/Clifford W. Jorgensen/ Registered Owner: Leor Wolins, same petition shall be held on 10/10/18 at 9 chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222
/s/Thomas Eiseman/ a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
ply, you should familiarize yourself This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- address. The business is conducted by
with our publication. Our Web site: sor-County Clerk on 7/24/18. (Published an Individual. The registrant com- Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this RooM heateR Electric 1320 Watts, Ar-
sor-County Clerk on 9/7/18. (Published in Order to Show Cause shall be published
www.smdailyjournal.com. in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/29/18, the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18, menced to transact business under the vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5.
9/5/18, 9/12/18, 9/19/18). 9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18). FBN on 7/23/18. at least once each week for four succes- (650)952-3500
Send your information via e-mail to /s/Leor Wolins/ sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- ing on the petition in the following news- sewiNG MaChiNe-Royal XL 6000
This statement was filed with the Asses- paper of general circulation:
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- sor-County Clerk on 8/29/18. (Published Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150.
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 San Mateo Daily Journal (650)342-8436.
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/19/18, Filed: 8/24/2018
9/26/18, 10/3/18, 10/10/18). /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ showtiMe RotisseRie used once
Judge of the Superior Court $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave
Dated: 8/23/2018 message.
(Published 9/12/18, 9/19/18, 9/26/18,
10/3/18). VaCuuM CleaNeR (reconditioned)
$20 Call Ed (415)298-0645
westeRN washboaRd Sales made
of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C.
$75. phone 650-369-2486.
stateMeNt of abaNdoNMeNt of
the use of a fiCtitious busiNess
NaMe stateMeNt 271452 297 bicycles
Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban-
doning the use of the Fictitious Business adult bikes 1 regular and 2 with bal-
Name: Rosa Maria Vasquez. Name of loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356
Business: Se Come Asi Taqueria. Date
of original filing: 11/14/16. Address of bMX MoNGoose Outer Limit Bike,
Principal Place of Business: 1302 Bay- looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933
shore, BURLINGAME CA 94010. Regis- bMX with caliper brakes and adjusta-
trant: Rosa Maria Vasquez, 28240 Ar- ble seat, comes with two extra tires. $20.
mour St., HAYWARD, CA 94545. The (650)595-3933
business was conducted by an Individu-
al. boCa-ladies bike 26 IN., blue and
/s/Rosa Maria Vasquez/ yellow, padded seat, XL, basket holds an
This statement was filed with the Asses- 18 pack; grandma has to sell (650)678-
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo 1989 $50 OBO.
County on 9/11/18.
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- Child’s sChwiNN biCyCle, blue in
nal, 9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18, good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
10/10/18).
Good RuNNiNG Bicycle. $39.
650-342-5220.

210 lost & found MouNtaiN bike. Top brand. Runs


good. $39. (660)342-5220
lost Cat. Black and White. Black New 12" girls bike w/ training wheels
patch on right eye. REWARD. $75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave
Call (323) 439-7713. mes
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298 Collectibles 302 antiques 304 Furniture 304 Furniture 310 misc. For sale 312 Pets & animals
80’s TOPs Complete Factory Set All 100 Y/O family heirloom, hand sewn, COmPUTeR desK (glass) & chair. Like TWIN Bed frame-black wrought iron maKes 6"x6" potholders, frame and PaRROT Cage, Steel, Large - approx
Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474. hexagon pieced quilt. 8ft. sq. $99. new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341 loops included. FREE. 650-595-3933 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
(650)556-9708 gtecher@comcast.net offer. (650)245-4084
Badge, 7 Star Special Security Offi- TWIN Bed, mattress, box spring, frame meIlINK saFe-FIRe Proof,
cer;$25- will text picture (650)218-0121 aNTIqUe HemINgRaY Glass Tele- daRK BROWN velvet living room chair $ 50. (650)598-9804. 50”x31”X31”, 2200lbs $1200 PeT CaRRIeR for small dog or cat in ex-
San Carlos graph Pole Insulator. Aqua colored. Pris- with matching pillow. $99.99. excellent www.elo.deals (415)309-3892 cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349-
tine condition. 4.5"X3.25" $15 (650)762- condition. call (650)872-2371 TWIN Bed- Free you pick up. Call
(650)344-2109 6059
BeaUTIFUl HeRmaN Miller pendulum 6048
clock. Rich wood finish - works well; nice desK, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. mOTleY CRUe lp signed by neil lee PeT TaxI Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux
chime! $65; 650-591-8851. Used BedROOm Furniture, FREE. Call sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019
BeeR sTeINs-ORIgINal from Germa- (650)458-3578 (650)573-7381. Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info $25. Call (650)349-6059.
dePRessION glass Dining Plate. 8 (650)592-7483 NegRINI FeNCINg Epee mask size M
VeNeeR CHesT 6.5’ high, 3 ft. wide & France Lames 5 epee blade $95
3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. dININg TaBle (36"x54") and 4 match- $99 (650)322-2814.
$12 (650)762-6048 ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for (415)260-6940 316 Clothes
maHOgaNY aNTIqUe Secretary desk, $250 .(650)-654-1930. Wall UNIT/ROOm Divider. Simple
leNNOx Red Rose, Unused, hand 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- lines. Breaks down for transportation. NeW laWN SWING 5'1/2" W x 5 '6" H 5 BOxes male & female square dance
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. dResseR 4-dRaWeR in Belmont for $25.(650)712-9962 leave message $100 (650) 678-6428 aft. 6pm clothing. Excellent Condition. As a
$12.00. (650) 578 9208. $75. Good condition; good for children. bunch $200 Maryann (650)574-4439.
Old sTYle Water dispenser-iron stand-
ROseVIlle TUlIP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. Call (650)678-8585 WalNUT CHesT, small (4 drawer with clay pot-5gal. glass bottle $75. (650)873-
mIlleR lITe Neon sign , work good $45. (650)574-2490. upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 BOx OF used men's Levi's and misc.
$59 call (650)218-6528 6304
eNTeRTaINmeNT CeNTeR for $50. jeans $99.00 or best offer fair condition
303 electronics Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. WHITe WICKeR Armoire, asking $100, (650)589-0764
Old, aNTIqUe, Bottle Collection: 20 great condition, text for picture (650)571- RaY-BaN TOP Bar Sunglasses
(650)726-4102 RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi-
bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 0947
amazON KINdle brand new $10.00 wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- daWgs BRaNd Kaymann black and
small RUg beater. $15.00 (650)207- glIdeR rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- white snake print loafers size 7 (9.3”) $25
call (650)872-2371 lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. WOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591-
4162 6596 (650)369-2486
17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
BlaUPUNKT am/Fm/Cd Radio and Re- gReY meTal storage cabinet with 4
sTaR WaRs R2-D2, original 1998 un- ceiver with Detachable Face asking samsONITe 26" tan hard-sided suit FaNCY HIgH hee; shoes, never worn
shelves $40.00 call(650)872-2371
opened action figure. $15 in San Carlos. $100. (650)593-4490 306 Housewares case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
Steve 650-518-6614 IKea dResseR, black, 3 shelf. 23" x $45. (650)328-6709
CaNNON COPIeR. $20. 650-342-5220. 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. COmPleTe seT OF CHINA - Windsor
TelesCOPe-CelesTRON asTRO Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, sIlK saRee 6 yards new nice color.for FaUx FUR Coat Woman's brown multi
Master Newtonian Reflector, w/ tro/pod FRee TeleVIsION - Mitsubishi, IKea TaBle, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. 20-pieces in original box, never used. $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- color in excellent condition 3/4
stand, Like New $150.00 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not $ 30. (650)598-9804. $250 per box (3 boxes available). formation. length $50 (650)692-8012
Call (415)239-1348. Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local (650)342-5630
Delivery available. lOVe CHaIR, velour, tan. $45. sINK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, geNUINe ladIes Mink Fur Jacket,
TOPPs BaseBall complete set 1987 (808)631-1365. CRYsTal (leaded glass) lamp $30. $15.00 (650)544-5306 $50.00 Call: (650)368-0748.
thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- mOTOROla BRaVO MB 520 (android Can send picture. (650)464-7860
4474 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD massage TaBle, excellent condition, slR leNs Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6 KaYaNO meN’s Running shoes size 11
card Belmont (650)595-8855 folding, $25, (650) 552-9556. mIKasa seT. White. Modern (square) Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171 good condition $20 (650)520-7045
UNIqUe 1920's -1930's imprinted milk Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152.
bottle with creamer top from Golden NeW delUxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- slR leNs Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 ladIes ClOTHINg, some w/tags.
ONKYO aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital $99.00 (650)589-0764.
State dairy. $25 (650)762-6048 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must sINK dOUBle cast iron. Good condi- Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 Sell! (650) 875-8159. tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408
TIRes-seT OF four P225 45 R18 $80 ladIes seqUIN dress, blue, size XL,
VINTage gUCCI Boston satchel purse, pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
Good Condition. $75.00 (650)536-0513 NeW TWIN Mattress set plus frame OBO (650)359-2238.
304 Furniture $30.00 (650) 347-2356 308 Tools meN's sTeTsON hat, size large, new,
VINTage gUCCI Boston satchel purse, UNIdeN HaRleY Davidson Gas Tank
NIagaRa VIBRaTINg Adjustable bed aNTIqUe IRON Hand Drills. 3 available phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
Good Condition. $75.00 (650)536-0513 2 WalNUT 3-drawer nitestands. Tops (650) 578-9208
need work but very good cond. $20/ea good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
(408)656-0958 WalKeR - Good Condition - Like New -
299 Computers (650)952-3466. $35 (650)341-5347 NeW WITH tags Wool or cotton Men's
BRIggs & Stratton Lawn Mower with
OFFICe TYPe 34"X 60" heavy solid Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00. pullover sweaters (XL) $15/each
aNTIqUe dININg table for six people (650)952-3466
19" COlOR Monitor with stand VG con-
dition power cord/owners manual includ- with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
wood with formica wood grain top $25
(650) 787-9753
(650)771-6324. 311 musical Instruments
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 CRaFTsmaN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" TUxedO sIze 40, black, including white
aNTIqUe mOHagaNY Bookcase. Four 1929 aNTIqUe Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
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ReCORdaBle Cd-R 74, Sealed, Unop- WIlsON leaTHeR, burgundy lady jack-
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BeIge sOFa $99. Excellent Condition sOlId WOOd Dining table with exten- 1947. $60. (650)245-7517 (650)278-5776.
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trip. 4"X6" cards with instructions. Used. BlaCK meTal 4 drawer file cabinet
$80 (650)364-5263 VINTage sHOPsmITH and BaNd 318 sports equipment
FREE (650)595-3933 saW, good shape. $300/obo. Call ePIPHONe les Paul 100th
$25.00. call (650)872-2371 sOlId WOOd Entertainment Center- (650)342-6993 Anniversary Custom Electric Guitar. 15 sF Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds,
ameRICaN FlYeR locomotive runs BlaCK meTal 4 drawer file cabinet TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In Mint. $600.00 650 421 5469 Jeff Kent, JT Snow. 6' x 2.5' Unused. $4
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. each. $35 all. (650)588-1946 San Bruno
$20.00. good condition. call (650)872- X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
2371 eVeReTT UPRIgHT antique piano.
laRge sTUFFed ANIMALS - $3 each (925)482-5742 WeldeR- lINCOlN AC 220 amps 240 Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
volts $199.00 (650)948-4895 BIg BeRTHa, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 BUNK Beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
TaBle 24"x48" folding legs each end. FeNdeR mUsTaNg I guitar amplifier
sTaR WaRs Celebration 3 Darth Vader years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost (415)999-4474
$20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 B/O (650)685-2494 $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
309 Office equipment 70 watts 8-guitar settings.with cover.
$80. (650)421-5469
BOW Flex Max Trainer M-3-Very Good
COmmOde, gOOd condition. $20 obo. THRee INCH egg crate foam twin bed laPTOP Case or bag. Black. Like new. Condition, Like New, Assembled, Paid
Please call (650)745-6309 Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564. FeNdeR mUsTaNg ll guitar amplifier
mattress for sound sleep, perfect condi- 110 watts 8-guitar settings, with cover. $1200 asking $800 Call Michael
tion, $20, 650-595-3933 $130.00 (650)421-5469 (650)784-1061.
COmPUTeR sWIVel CHAIR. Padded
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
310 misc. For sale
FOR sale: Epiphone Les Paul Cus- BRaNd NeW Golf bag with Stand.
200 PlasTIC trading card holders; $15; tom Prophecy Electric Guitar. Mint. Makes a great gift. $70. 415-867-6444.
(650)591-9769 San Carlos $625.00. (650)421-5469. BRaNd NeW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
500-600 BIg Band-era 78's--most mint, HUge lUdWIg Drum Set Silver Sparkle Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian gift $99. 415-867-6444.
78 RPm records in four albums and nine Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500
(916)975-4969 easTON alUmINUm bat.33 inches, 30
sleeves. FREE. San Bruno. (650)794- oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
0839
PIaNO, UPRIgHT, in excellent condi- ellIPTICal-NORdIC TRaCK Like new
BessY small Evening Hand Bag With tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769 Barely Used, Paid $600, Asking $300
Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 PIaNO-1955 BaldWIN Acrosonic 36” obo. (650)235-0066.
BIFOld sHUTTeRs 2x28”x79 $10.00 High, Free for anyone to pick-up
(650)295-9121. eVeRlasT 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
(650)544-5306 Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
BlUe OYsTeR cult lp signed by donald PlaYeR PIaNO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- gOlF ClUBs {13}, Bag, & Pull Cart all--
r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892 $90.00 (650)341-8342
(408)661-6019 www.elo.deals
gOlF ClUBs, used set with Cart for
CasH RegIsTeR Parts; Much Skin Not saxOPHONe- alTO Silver with Case $50. (650)593-4490
Guts $500 (415)269-4784 $250.00 (650)948-4895
gUTHY-ReNKeR POWeR Rider,Ever-
COmealONg 3/4 ton chain $25 (650) UPRIgHT PIaNO. In tune. Fair condi- last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
873-6304 tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886. erciser $20 (510)770-1976
COsTCO PlaY Pen with travel bag. VINTage lINgeRIe Washboard circa
Used once $35 (650)591-2981 1920’s The Zinc King #703. Suitable for KNee RIdeR $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
strumming $50 (650)369-2486 leaTHeR gOlF bag with 23 clubs $90.
delUxe FOldeR Walker - 5" wheels -
Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 (650) 592-2648.
YamaHa aCOUsTIC Guitar, model
FG830 electric. $400.00 (650)421-5469 meN's ROssIgNOl Skis. $95.00,
FRee magazINes. Library discards
year old ones. Wide variety. Good for good condition, (650)341-0282.
zIlJIaN CYmBals with stands, 21”
crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074 ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99 ONe dOzeN Official League Diamond
(916)826-5964 Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger
HaT, T-sHIRT, sweatshirt and comput-
erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648 (650)771-6324.

lIONel CHRIsTmas Holiday expan- 312 Pets & animals POP UP tent. Sleeps. 2-3. Like new. In-
sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 flatable camping bed. Sleeping bag.
aIRlINe CaRRIeR for cats, pur. from $50.00. (650)588-0842.
lIONel WesTeRN Union Pass car and Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 (505)228-1480 local. PRINCe TeNNIs 2 section nylon black
Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket-
lORex 14” B&W Surveillance System BOsTON TeRRIeR-PUPPY 8 weeks $55.(650)341-8342
Model SG14S1042C-A $75 (415)407- old, Vaccinated, Vet Checked, $2,000
2360 RWC loction. (650)400-1144. TOTal gYm XLS, excellent condition.
Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
lUggage, Red, 21" NEW Samsonite ONe KeNNel Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- (650)588-0828
Spinner,$50.00. (650)729-3000 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
(650)593-2066 TOURedge ReaCTION ii uniflex sys-
tem 8 irons 3-9 and pitch irons
new $75. Call May (650)349-0430
TReadmIll IN very good condition. Pic-
ture available on request. $50 obo.
650 322 9598.
TReadmIll-HORIzON lIKe New, limit-
ed use, Paid $750-Asking $450 OBO
(650)508-8662
TReK mOUNTaIN train tag a long; exec
condition;$75;will text photo; (650)218-
0121 San Carlos
VINTage NasH Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
WORKOUT BeNCH, weights, bars, for
flat/incline bench and legs. $100.
(650)861-2411
YamaHa ROOF RACK, 58 inches $75.
(650)458-3255

340 Camera & Photo equip.


NIKON 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044
Omega B600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
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340 Camera & Photo equip. 379 open houses 515 office space 620 automobiles 635 Vans 670 auto Parts
ViVitaR V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and toyota ‘08 SIENNA LE, excellent con- Gm tRuCk/suV 1994? Large Vehicle.
original manual. Like new. $99 SSF -ViRtual offiCes- dition, camera, bluetooth, trailer, 94K Front Bumper/plastic/grill unit
(650)583-6636
oPen house $59 - $150 Got an oldeR miles. $9,000. text (925)786-5545 See
craigslist for pics.
complete/perfect. Perfect/photos availa-
ble .$75. (650)727-7266

345 medical equipment listinGs


*Business Internet *Phone Answering
*Conference Rooms *Offices
*Complete IT Services * Mail
CaR, boat, oR RV? 640 motorcycles/scooters PeeRless tiRe Chains, used a few
times. Fits several sizes P165-225. $20
adJustable bath shower transfer Do the humane thing. bmW ‘03 F650 GS, $3899 OBO. Call obo. (650)745-6309
(650) 373-2000
bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976 List your Open House bay area executive offices Donate it to the (650) 995-0003
Rims-ChRome, 16” Set of 4 with caps,
dRiVe 3-in-1 commode with seat,buck- in the Daily Journal. www.bayareaoffices.com
Humane Society. motoRCyCle saddlebaGs, Off ’02 GMC Truck $200.00 OBO
(650)333-0303
et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10 with mounting hardware and other parts
(510)770-1976
Reach over 83,450 Call 1- 866-899-3051 $35. Call (650)670-2888
the Club steering wheel locks 2 each
new. $ 20.00 (650)871-8907
dRiVe deluxe two button walker $10
(510)770-1976 potential home buyers & 620 automobiles 645 boats
White staR Tire Chains, never used.
homediCs dual Shiatsu Massage renters a day, 1994 mitsubishi 3000 GT- VR4 Twin
Turbo Perfect Cont. Asking $30,000 hyundai 2013 Tucson Limited Edi- boat- 7 FT Livingston Fiber Glass., 2.5 P195/75R14. $25 obo. (650)745-6309.
Cushion. 3 Zone. $45.00. (650)207-4162 HP. NIssan Outboard Motor. $800.
from South San Francisco (650)315-2959 (650)558-8555 tion White, Automatic 6-cyl, naviga-
tion, heated front seats, panoramic (650) 591-5404. 680 autos Wanted
inVeRsion theRaPy table back
stretcher w/ heat $99.00 joe (650)573-
to Palo Alto. 1999 CadillaC DeVille Contour-Paid
roof, leather interior 80k miles excel-
boat-RaCinG C-Class, 40 hp
lent condition $10,950 OBO. Text or
5269 in your local newspaper. $6,000 Sell $3,000 Good Condition
(650)315-2954 or (650)558-8555
leave msg (650)533-0671. Tohatsu Engine, Spare Parts included
$2,000 obo Call Vince (650)515-6091
omt table, excellent condition, fold-
ing, $25, (650) 552-9556.
Radiation PRoteCtion 1/2-apron
Call (650)344-5200 don’t lose money
on a trade-in or
mazda ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con-
dition One owner Fully loaded Low
malibu 24 ft with tower. Completely re-
built and re-finished. Boat and Motor.
Cash 4 CaRs
Trucks & Equipment
Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta- 20K obo. (650)851-0878.
consignment! miles reduced $16,995 obo (650)520-
ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227- 4650
7742. sea Ray 16 ft . I/B. $1,200. Needs
Upholstery. Call (650)898-5732.
440 apartments sell your vehicle in the
Garage sales
aPaRtment foR Rent-1br, 2br, 3br;
Prime Location, Quiet Buildings, No
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mazda 2016 Sky Active one owner per-
fect condition 4DR Silver Low miles
$19,995 OBO (650)520-4650
650 RVs
Gulf stReam, Sun Voyager ‘04.
650.315.3240
Smoking, No Pets, $2100.00 and up 36 ft, Excellent Condition. $39,500.
GaRaGe sales (650)595-0805 Just $45
nissan ‘84 300zx Former Drift Car No
engine/Transmission $1,200
(650)341-1306
650-349-3087.

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toyota ‘13 Corolla - Black, Excellent
RV toW bar blue ox 2" ball model b330
$90 (650)948-4895
Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
‘til you sell it! Novas, running or not
make money, make room! 470 Rooms condition Like new, Automatic, One own- Parts collection etc.
er, $7,295.00 (650)212-6666. 670 auto service So clean out that garage
Reach 83,450 drivers Give me a call
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yard sale, CheVy ‘55 BEL AIR 2 door, Standard
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rummage sale, CadillaC ’90 El Dorado Runs Great,
128,000 miles, $2000 (650)922-9114
obo. (650)952-4036. (650) 340-0492
clearance sale, or VoRalto VillaGe CheVRolet ‘86 ASTROVAN, 84K
CheVy ‘86 CoRVette. Automatic.
93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800
whatever sale you at menlo PaRk miles, $3000 (650)481-5296 obo. (650) 952-4036.
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memory care community nestled in a (408)807-6529. Oldsmobile Cpe.. (650)481-5296.
Cash discounts, DMV
Reach over 83,450 readers residential neighborhood just blocks CheVy ‘10 HHR . 68K. EXCELLENT meRCedes ‘74 450 SEL, One owner, Services
from South San Francisco CONDITION. $8888. (650)274-8284. No Accidents, Needs engine work, Pale
to Palo Alto. from downtown Menlo Park Yellow, $2,500 OBO (650)375-1350. 786 El Camino Real
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in your local newspaper. $2,500 OBO Good condition. Call meRCedes ‘79 450 SL with hard top. (650)588-8993
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Call (650)344-5200 (650)322-4100 PontiaC 1997 Passenger Van. Alumi-
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1 Most populous 5 Fall mo. “The Brink” 53 “Only __”: foRd ‘90 F-250, 7.5litre v8, 4wheel dr.,
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città in Italia 6 Part of a college 40 Boards at the NPR sports 102k original miles, Many upgrades,
5 Vintage photo URL dock program $12,500 (650)759-3188 mini CooPeR- Hood Best offer-
tone 7 Belarus city 41 Kurt Cobain’s 54 __ maté: tealike www.elo.deals Call Don(415)309-3892
10 Scheming 8 In need of group beverage
14 “Are you __ out?” calamine lotion 42 Alabama 59 About
15 Tidies text 9 Fire pit residue Slammer 61 Dined announCement
16 Scattered, as 10 N. American land ingredient 63 St. with a former san mateo-fosteR City elementaRy sChool distRiCt
seeds 11 Bulletin board 45 More diminutive “Small Wonder” seeks VolunteeRs foR indePendent Citizens’ oVeRsiGht Committee
17 Ladled party item 46 Not outsourced slogan foR measuRes x & l
drink 12 Hostess sponge 49 WWII weapon 64 Stammering
19 Vast landmass cake 50 Enthusiastic sounds The Board of Trustees of San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District is seeking qualified,
20 Island near Maui 13 Painting the town interested individuals to serve on a committee of community leaders which will serve as the In-
21 “__ a Lady”: Tom red ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: dependent Citizens’ Oversight Committee (“COC”) for the implementation of the San Mateo-Fos-
Jones hit 18 Chef Jet __, ter City Elementary School District’s Measures X & L school facilities bond programs.
23 It blows things up frequent
24 CPR pro “Cutthroat measuRe l
25 Cigarette brand Kitchen” judge In February of 2008 the voters of San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District passed
featured on 22 “All the same ... ” Measure L, a $175 million Bond measure to modernize its facilities and to construct new facili-
“Mad Men” 26 Western sch. ties.
29 Ingredient in a with NCAA
Florentine dish Division I team measuRe x
31 Ancient Aegean championships On November 3, 2015, voters residing within the San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School Dis-
region in 20 sports trict passed Measure X. Measure X is a $148,000,000 bond measure that authorizes funding for
32 Notice 27 Hen-to-be needed repairs, upgrades, and new construction projects to the District’s elementary schools.
33 Crossword- 28 Post office Proposition 39 required a 55% supermajority for approval; Measure X was passed by 59.07%.
solving Simpson assignments
36 WWI pistol 30 Sci-fi/fantasy establi shment of a Citizens’ oVeRsiGht Committee
37 Martial arts level award After a bond authorized under Proposition 39 is passed, state law requires that San Mateo-Fos-
40 Happen next 34 Slalom slider ter City Elementary School District Board of Trustees appoint an Independent Citizens’ Over-
43 Korean imports 35 Embarrass sight Committee to work with the District. The Board of Trustees is creating an Independent Citi-
44 “Hostel” director 38 West Yorkshire zens’ Oversight Committee, which will have oversight responsibility for both Measures X and L.
Roth city 09/19/18
47 __ Bornes: card Committee ResPonsibilities
game In accordance with Education Code Section 15278(b), the Citizens’ Oversight Committee shall:
48 Being · Inform the public concerning the District's expenditure of Measures X and L bond pro-
disrespectful to ceeds;
51 Manhattan stage · Review expenditure reports produced by the District to ensure that Measures X and
attraction L bond proceeds were expended only for the purposes set forth in Measure X and L; and
55 Cal. column · Present to the Board in public session, an annual written report outlining their activities
56 Oft-numbered rd. and conclusions regarding the expenditure of both bond proceeds.
57 Saltimbocca
herb aPPointment of Committee membeRs
58 Stationery brand All appointments will be made by the Board of Trustees from applications submitted to the Dis-
60 Indian music trict.
62 Slimy pest in a time Commitment and teRm
flower bed Initial appointments will be staggered, such that some of the initial appointees will be appointed
65 Heal, in a way to serve one full two-year term. The other initial appointments will serve a one-year term, but will
66 Fire remnant be eligible for reappointment by the Board of Trustees for a second and third two-year term.
67 New Age
composer John Would you be inteRested in seRVinG?
68 Not mad If you would like to apply to be a member of this important committee, please contact the follow-
69 Fixes the leaks in ing District representative for an application & Questionnaire. Applications are due on October
70 Two-toned 5, 2018
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San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District
DOWN Joel Cadiz
1 Rummages 1410 South Amphlett Blvd.
(through) San Mateo, CA 94402
2 Parkway (650) 312-7428
entrances jcadiz@smfcsd.net
3 Canadian force By Kurt Mengel and Jan-Michele Gianette
09/19/18
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about four to six weeks, Casey said. He also
plans to landscape around the homes and
plant a row of hedges for privacy.
The new housing at Blue House Farm is
one of seven farmworker housing projects
resentatives for a ribbon-cutting ceremony funded by the county, and there are four addi-
Tuesday, Sept. 18.
tional ones in the pipeline, Horsley said.
“When I thought about farming here about
five years ago, I saw a whole set of chal- Over the summer, the county and POST
lenges ahead of me and one of those chal- teamed up to rehabilitate the rundown Red
lenges was a labor shortage,” Casey said, House at Cloverdale Coastal Ranches. It’s
adding that he attributes the labor shortage now home to an extended family of nine.
to a lack of housing. “It became clear that Blue House Farm encompasses 60 acres of
for me to have a future farming here on the permanently protected agriculture land that
coastside I was going to have to proactive- is owned by POST. The nonprofit has pre-
ly provide some housing for my employ- served more than 75,700 acres of land in the
ees.” last 40 years and has increasingly focused
Casey employs about 30 workers at Blue on building and preserving housing for
House Farm, where more than 50 organic farmworkers on that land.
fruit and vegetables are harvested and sold “In San Mateo County alone, we have lost
locally. Many of those workers are not cur- 35 percent of our farmland over the last 30
rently living in the “greatest conditions,” years. Through our Farmland Futures
Casey said, and they have to commute from Initiative, POST is reversing this trend for
around the county and as far away as Santa ZACHARY CLARK/DAILY JOURNAL the benefit of all. It’s a complex challenge
Cruz. The homes are fully equipped with kitchens and living areas. that involves the land acquisition, and the
“[The new housing] will have a dramatic of the four units at Blue House Farm. through the Measure K money. ” protection and strategic investments like
effect on my crew and the stability of labor Measure K is a half-cent sales tax approved POST is also partnering with the San farmworker housing, to make a thriving
for me ... so this is quite an upgrade in terms by voters in 2016. Mateo Resource Conservation District to local farm operation possible, ” POST
of the condition of living as well as the “Th e o t h er t wo un i t s were a di rect build a reservoir on site that will strengthen President Walter T. Moore said in the
commute,” Casey said. “Farming takes a lot investment by me and Blue House Farm water security for the farm and also enhance release. “Local farms not only add to the
of hands and without those hands in the and it’s an investment I wouldn’t have stream flows within San Gregorio Creek for beauty of our region, but well-managed
field, it all falls apart. So this housing is been able to make without the funding threatened and endangered steelhead trout farmland plays a vital role in the health of
really critical to my future, the future of my for the original two, ” Casey said. “And a and coho salmon, according to a press our environment, our economy and our peo-
workers and the farm.” lot of the infrastructure, plumbing, sep- release. ple. We hope that these new housing units
In 2017, the Board of Supervisors tic, electric and utilities were paid for The four units with 12 total bedrooms will will go some way to making life more com-
approved 30,000 in Measure K funds for two fortable for workers in this industry.”
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