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WILDFIRE CAUSE
STILL UNCERTAIN
NEW ACCUSATION
AS HEARING NEARS, NEW KAVANAUGH ACCUSER ARRIVES
TIGER TURNING
BACK THE CLOCK
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Monday • Sept 24, 2018 • XIX, Edition 30 www.smdailyjournal.com

Startup takes swing at teaching shortage
San Mateo company aims to connect substitutes with schools needing educators
By Austin Walsh Swing, found- tions and then connects them with staff time toward searching for Swing offers potential subs a free,
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF ed by three nearby job opportunities. teachers and those who may be centralized hub helping them
Pen i n s ul a CEO Mike Teng said the compa- supplementing their income attain the necessary credentials
It’s like Uber, but for substitute natives, cuts red ny was founded roughly three through substituting, or examin- and background check clearances
teaching. tape for those years ago with the purpose of ing an education career. required to work in a classroom.
Well not exactly, but a San interested in deepening the shallow pool of “The substitutes are happy to Teng said a committed, first-time
Mateo startup is seeking to substituting by teaching talent which is creating have their income smoothed out applicant with a college degree
address the shortage of temporary helping poten- staffing problems across the state. and the schools are happy and can track down all the necessary
teachers by efficiently pairing tial teachers He said the service is mutually relieved to get anyone they other- clearances in about a week. The
available workers with local Mike Teng attain the nec- beneficial for both school offi- wise wouldn’t,” he said.
school districts seeking help. essary certifica- cials who would rather not allocate To establish the connection, See SWING, Page 21

Service shift
for weekend
trains to SF
Electrification work halts stops to two
most northern stations through spring
By Zachary Clark take roughly 10 additional min-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF utes to get to the 22nd Street
Station from the Bayshore Station
Trains will not serve Caltrain’s and about 20 extra minutes to trav-
two San Francisco stations on el to the San Francisco station,
weekends between Oct. 6 and late said Caltrain spokesman Dan
spring of 2019 so that work can be Lieberman.
done on the tunnels to prepare Caltrain workers will staff the
them for electrification. Bayshore, 22nd Street and Fourth
During that time, the Bayshore and King streets station during
Station will be the last stop for construction to assist riders.
AUSTIN WALSH/DAILY JOURNAL
trains so free bus service will be Lieberman said additional clear-
Jimmy Zuniga, executive director at Everest Public High School in Redwood City, enjoys commentating on his ance needs to be created in the tun-
students’ sports games with a megaphone during breaks between class. available for Caltrain riders from
that station to both the 22nd nels so they can accommodate the

‘Still feels like home to me’ Street and Fourth and King streets new electric trains. The work
stations during regular weekend entails installing an overhead
service times. contact system, stabilizing the
The 60-foot buses will be ADA track bed and improving drainage
Redwood City native returns to community which inspired his passion accessible and will have limited as well as some reconstruction of
By Austin Walsh pursue their dreams as well. search of a source of security, capacity for luggage and bikes, the southernmost tunnel. 
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF “I wanted to become a principal Zuniga said he would frequently but they will not share the standard
to assure I was fighting for the turn to his campus. Caltrain weekend schedule. It will See TRAINS, Page 24
If you can’t go home again, no best educational opportunities for “Schools have always been a
one told Jimmy Zuniga. my students and my school,” said home away from home for me,” he
The Redwood City native is
serving the school community
Zuniga, who also graduated from
the Redwood City Elementary
said. “A safe place.”
He said Summit schools were
School districts seek taxes
By Austin Walsh seeking to fill a budget gap by
which inspired his passion for School District. always particularly effective in DAILY JOURNAL STAFF gathering support for Measure V, a
education, as he returns home to Zuniga credits his time in the establishing an environment $298 parcel tax, while the San
work as the newest executive Summit charter school system for where he could thrive, due to a sys- Two local school systems are Bruno Park Elementary School
director of Everest Public High both fueling his career interests as tematic focus on building commu- seeking tax measures which advo- District is aiming to finance a
School. a burgeoning educator, and also nity. Now he strives to provide cates claim are essential to stabi- facilities overhaul with pursuit of
Zuniga, 28, graduated from the offering a source of stability and that same safe place where he first lize the financial footing of the Measure X, a $79 million bond.
partner Summit Preparatory comfort while growing up. taught English before transition- cash-strapped districts, while tax Tax advocates from both district
Charter High School in Redwood As a son of parents who immi- ing to become the school execu- opponents consider the initia- consider the local support neces-
City, joined the first generation of grated from Nicaragua, Zuniga said tive, said Zuniga. tives unnecessary and undeserved. sary, while members of the
his family to attend college and his single mother was frequently “I leave no student behind The San Mateo-Foster City Silicon Valley Taxpayers
returned to San Mateo County with away from home working multiple Elementary School District is
hopes of inspiring his students to jobs to support his family. So in See PRINCIPAL, Page 21 See TAXES, Page 24
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2 Monday • Sept 24, 2018 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day
“There was never a nation great until it
came to the knowledge that it had nowhere
in the world to go for help.”
— Charles Dudley Warner, American author and editor

This Day in History
President George Washington signed a

1789 Judiciary Act establishing America’s
federal court system and creating the
post of attorney general.
In 1 8 6 9 , thousands of businessmen were ruined in a Wall
Street panic known as “Black Friday” after financiers Jay
Gould and James Fisk attempted to corner the gold market.
In 1 8 9 0 , the president of The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints, Wilford Woodruff, wrote a manifesto
renouncing the practice of plural marriage, or polygamy.
In 1 8 9 6 , author F. Scott Fitzgerald was born in St. Paul,
Minnesota.
In 1 9 3 4 , Babe Ruth made his farewell appearance as a player
with the New York Yankees in a game against the Boston Red
Sox. (The Sox won, 5-0.)
In 1 9 5 5 , President Dwight D. Eisenhower suffered a heart
attack while on vacation in Denver.
In 1 9 6 0 , the USS Enterprise, the first nuclear-powered air-
craft carrier, was launched at Newport News, Virginia. “The REUTERS
Howdy Doody Show” ended a nearly 13-year run with its final People dressed in historical clothes take part in the Oktoberfest parade in Munich.
telecast on NBC.
In 1 9 6 8 , the TV news magazine “60 Minutes” premiered on
CBS; the undercover police drama “The Mod Squad” premiered
on ABC. In other news ...
In 1 9 7 6 , former hostage Patricia Hearst was sentenced to The maze was created in partnership
seven years in prison for her part in a 1974 bank robbery in $18M worth of cocaine found with the Stafford Air and Space
Plants, but no pants:
San Francisco carried out by the Symbionese Liberation in bananas given to Texas prison Museum, named for the astronaut, in Florida man gardens in the nude
Army. (Hearst was released after 22 months after receiving nearby Weatherford.
HOUSTON — Authorities say STUART, Fla. — Being in touch with
clemency from President Jimmy Carter.) A satellite photographed the tribute
bananas donated to a Texas prison nature is one thing. But gardening au
In 1 9 8 8 , Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson won the men’s turned out to have nearly $18 million from its orbit 400 miles away. naturel is quite another for some
100-meter dash at the Seoul Summer Olympics — but he was worth of cocaine hidden inside the The 88-year-old Stafford is a neighbors of a Florida man who’s been
disqualified three days later for using anabolic steroids. boxes. Weatherford native whose space mis- doing yard work in the nude.
The Texas Department of Criminal sions included commanding the The miffed residents tell news out-
Birthdays Justice says in a Facebook post that
the drugs were found in two pallets of
Apollo flight that linked with a Soviet
spacecraft in 1975. It was the first
lets they’ve called the Martin County
Sheriff’s Office, but the man continues
bananas that were donated because meeting of American astronauts and to do yard work naked.
they were already ripe. The donation Soviet cosmonauts in space. Sheriff William Snyder tells WFTV
arrived Friday. he believes the man’s refusal to wear
The department says sergeants who Walk into my parlor: clothes has breached two statutes: lewd
picked up the boxes found a bundle of a Spiders spin web over shore and lascivious behavior and breach of
white powdery substance under the peace. He says authorities will begin
bananas. U.S. customs officials were ATHENS, Greece — It’s not quite the taking statements from neighbors.
called to the scene, and authorities say World Wide Web — but the spiders of
540 packages of cocaine were found in Aitoliko in Greece have made a good Selfie frenzy
Actor Kevin Sorbo 45 boxes of bananas. start.
News anchor Lou
Dobbs is 73.
Football Hall of
Famer Joe Greene is 60. Spurred into overdrive by an explo-
at Vegas pot museum
The department says federal officials
is 72. and the U. S. Customs and Border sion in the populations of insects they LAS VEGAS — A glass bong taller
Protection are investigating. eat, thousands of little spiders in the than a giraffe. Huggable faux marijuana
Rhythm-and-blues singer Sonny Turner (The Platters) is 79. western Greek town have shrouded buds. A pool full of foam weed nuggets.
Singer Barbara Allbut Brown (The Angels) is 78. Singer
Phyllis “Jiggs” Allbut Sirico (The Angels) is 76. Singer Gerry Oklahoma astronaut corn coastal trees, bushes and low vegeta- Las Vegas’ newest attraction — and
tion in thick webs. Instagram backdrop — is a museum cel-
Marsden (Gerry and the Pacemakers) is 76. Actor Gordon maze photographed from space The sticky white lines extend for a ebrating all things cannabis.
Clapp is 70. Actress Harriet Walter is 68. Songwriter Holly HYDRO, Okla. — It’s apt that a maze few hundred yards along the shoreline Nobody will be allowed to light up at
Knight is 62. Former U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy II, D-Mass., cut into an Oklahoma cornfield featur- of Aitoliko, built on an artificial island Cannabition when it opens Thursday
is 66. Christian/jazz singer Cedric Dent is 56. Actress-writer ing the likeness of a former NASA in a salt lagoon near Missolonghi, 150 because of a Nevada ban on public con-
Nia Vardalos is 56. Rock musician Shawn Crahan (AKA astronaut can be seen from space — miles west of Athens. sumption of marijuana, but visitors can
Clown) (Slipknot) is 49. Country musician Marty Mitchell is and has been photographed by a satel- Experts told local media that the learn about the drug as they snap pho-
49. Actress Megan Ward is 49. Singer-musician Marty lite orbiting Earth. numbers of lake flies, a non-biting tos.
Cintron (No Mercy) is 47. Contemporary Christian musician The image of Oklahoma-born midge, have rocketed amid humid late It’s a made-for-social-media museum
Juan DeVevo (Casting Crowns) is 43. Actor Ian Bohen is 42. Thomas P. Stafford is cut into a 10-acre summer conditions. Spiders, which where every exhibit has lights meant
Actor Justin Bruening is 39. Olympic gold medal gymnast field at P Bar Farms in Hydro, about 60 fancy the flies, reproduced fast to take to ensure people take selfies worthy of
Paul Hamm is 36. Actor Erik Stocklin is 36. miles west of Oklahoma City. full advantage of the feast. the no-filter hashtag.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these Jumbles, Sept. 22 Powerball Fantasy Five Mo nday : Sunny. Highs in the 60s to mid
one letter to each square,
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to form four ordinary words. 24 61 63 64 69 18 7 14 22 27 29 70s. Southwest winds 5 to 10 mph
increasing to 10 to 20 mph in the after-
ALFLI Powerball

Daily Four noon.
Sept. 21 Mega Millions Mo nday ni g ht: Mostly clear. Lows in
1 2 11 52 64 9 6 5 4 1 the mid 50s. Southwest winds 10 to 20
mph.
V E C TO
Mega number
Daily three midday Tues day : Sunny. Highs in the 60s to
Sept. 22 Super Lotto Plus 9 5 0 upper 70s. Southwest winds 5 to 10 mph increasing to 10 to
20 mph in the afternoon.
9 22 24 44 45 5 Daily three evening Tues day ni g ht: Mostly clear. Lows in the mid 50s.
KUHNSR Mega number

4 2 2
Wednes day : Sunny. Highs in the upper 60s to lower 80s.
Wednes day ni g ht thro ug h Thurs day ni g ht: Partly
The Daily Derby race winners are Lucky Star, No. 2, in cloudy. Patchy fog. Lows in the upper 50s. Highs in the mid
first place; Solid Gold, No. 10, in second place; and 60s to upper 70s.
ROMLEA Winning Spirit, No. 9, in third place.The race time was Fri day thro ug h Saturday : Partly cloudy. Patchy fog.
clocked at 1:46.10. Highs in the 50s to upper 60s. Lows in the mid 50s.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Monday • Sept 24, 2018 3
The old Transbay Terminal: When trains came first Police reports
Anyone see who did it?
A pair of sunglasses was stolen on
Broadway in Redwood City, it was
reported at 9:10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 27.

SAN CARLOS
Sus pended l i cens e. A Lower Lake resi-
dent was cited and released for driving with a
suspended license on Holly Street and
Skyway Road, it was reported at 9:37 a.m.
Thursday, Aug. 16.

A
fter a decade of construction, the
Salesforce Transit Center, touted Sto l en v ehi cl e. Someone stole a trailer
as the “Grand Central Station of on Old County Road, it was reported at 4
the West,” is finally open to the public. It p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 15.
has a beautiful roof garden, but no trains, an Sho pl i ft. Someone stole a laptop and
addition that will be years off. The terminal backpack from a business resulting in a loss
in downtown San Francisco is on the site of of $580, it was reported at 3:31 p. m.
the old Transbay Terminal, which lacked a Wednesday, Aug. 15
garden but had trains right from its opening Transbay Terminal in operation shortly after opening in 1939. Sus pended l i cens e. A Newark resident
day in 1939, meaning it had more in com- blocks, including the area of the old termi- of gas rationing, enabling more people to was cited and released driving with a sus-
mon with New York’s Grand Central than nal. The new Transit Center, officials say, drive across the bridge. By 1958, the Key pended license on Morse Boulevard, it was
the newcomer. will someday connect eight Bay Area coun- System trains on the bridge were a thing of reported at 10:42 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 16.
The original Transbay Terminal lived up ties through 11 transit systems. the past and a year later the terminal was
to its name, with “transbay” the operative The Transbay Terminal off Mission Street converted to buses only. HALF MOON BAY
part. The terminal was the turnaround for the topped levels that catered to arriving or In 1960, the California Department of Mi s demeano r warrant. An El Granada
Key System electric trains that carried pas- departing passengers. Streetcars pulled up Public Works repaved the old track loop to resident was cited for driving with a sus-
sengers across the San Francisco-Oakland on tracks that formed a horseshoe in the accommodate 14 bus routes and installed a pended license and a misdemeanor warrant
Bay Bridge, which opened in 1936. The front of the building while cars and buses new stairway flanked on both sides by esca- on Main Street, it was reported at 8:33 a.m.
building was designed by renowned archi- stopped on Mission Street, letting off peo- lators leading from the lobby to the mezza- Wednesday, Aug. 22.
tect Timothy Pflueger, whose resume includ- ple who walked through a tunnel to the ter- nine level, but such improvements couldn’t Dri v e wi th s us pended l i cens e. A San
ed the Pacific Telephone & Telegraph build- minal that was designed to handle as many stave off the inevitable. The old movie line Rafael resident was cited for driving with a
ing at 140 New Montgomery St. in San as 35 million passengers a year. The sys- about “the train doesn’t stop here any- suspended license on Frenchman’s Creek
Francisco as well as that city’s Pacific Coast tem’s heyday was during World War II when more,” which summed up the reason for a Road, it was reported at 11:42 p.m. Tuesday,
Stock Exchange at 301 Pine St. the Key System transported 26 million peo- whistlestop town’s decline, could apply to Aug. 21.
Pflueger clearly had a railroad depot in ple annually. The new terminal’s future is the terminal. The building deteriorated, DUI/ s us p e n de d l i c e n s e . A man was
mind when he envisioned the terminal, not forecast to accommodate up to 45 million. turning into a dusty, dark place for bus pas- arrested for failing a field sobriety test and
the buses-only structure it would become The Key System wasn’t the only line to sengers to hurry through and get out of as
before its demise. The new Transit Center is for driving with a suspended license, it was
use the terminal, although it was the main soon as possible. The terminal became an
limited to bus traffic, although SamTrans one. In 1939, Sacramento Northern had reported at 11:52 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 6.
buses are not currently using the terminal, three weekday trains from Chico to San See XXX, Page XXX
instead opting for a site a block or so away. Francisco. Sacramento Northern also had
The ultimate goal for the center is to runs from Pittsburg to San Francisco and
become home to Caltrain passenger service Concord to San Francisco. The Sacramento
as well as high-speed rail now under con- line stopped passenger service to San
struction in the Central Valley. The new ter- Francisco in 1941.
minal that opened Aug. 12 covers three The end of World War II was also the end
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Foster City Rec Center plans move forward
By Zachary Clark Burks Toma estimates the outdoor café/beer garden and new building: one largely overlaps with the footprint of the
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF café/snack bar would cost under $1 million, while the existing recreation center and the other is closer to the teen
restaurant would cost $5 million to $10 million. All three center.
The Foster City Council discussed a variety of potential options would bring in “little revenue,” according to the The former location would better connect the library,
amenities, programming and locations for the city’s new report. community center and civic area and engage with the water-
community center at a meeting last week. “From my perspective, breaking even would be great,” front, and the vision for the latter location is to have a more
The discussion was based on feedback from several stake- said Councilman Charlie Bronitsky. “You can’t compete recreation-focused building.
holder workshops and preliminary analysis by Burks Toma with downtown San Mateo and San Carlos because we don’t Resident Evan Adams spoke during public comment and
Architects, as part of the predesign phase for the project. have a downtown. We need to have different kind of fea- urged the council to avoid any sort of convention center
That analysis is compiled in a report available on the city’s tures. concept for the project — a concern that has been expressed
website. “What we’re trying to have is a place for residents and by other residents, though councilmembers have said in the
The project was prompted in part because the current people who work here, but not really start drawing people past that that is not their vision. He also suggested the
1974 recreation center at Leo Ryan Park is in need of sig- in much further than that because then we exacerbate the project include facilities for pingpong and badminton
nificant repairs, but the new facility will likely be much traffic issues,” he continued. because many Foster City residents enjoy those activities
more than a replacement. Bronitsky referenced the outdoor Fieldwork taproom in and there’s currently nowhere in town for them to play, he
“Food service has come up in pretty much 100 percent of San Mateo as a model for the food and drink aspect of the said.
the public, staff and City Council outreach,” said Leah project, in part because it would be relatively cheap to This phase of work was covered by the $296,927 that the
Marthinsen, architect with Burks Toma Architects. build. council approved for conceptual design services earlier this
She presented three food service options that Burks Toma Councilmembers expressed interest in versatile, multi- year.
has looked into thus far: an outdoor café and beer garden use spaces, including the gymnasium, and Burks Toma’s Two more workshops on the project will be held later this
with room for 100 people, a full-service restaurant that can report analyzed the pros and cons of other potential ameni- month and in October, and Burks Toma will present three
accommodate 250 people and a café/snack bar within the ties, including a theater, spaces for arts and crafts, dancing conceptual designs to the council at an Oct. 29 meeting. A
main building with no dedicated seating. and events. November council meeting will focus on a fiscal analysis
Burks Toma has identified two potential locations for the for the project.

Local briefs
Highway 1 closed overnight through Thursday
Both directions of state Highway 1 in Pacifica will be closed
overnight until Thursday, Caltrans officials said.
Each evening, the highway from Paloma Avenue to
Clarendon Road will be closed in the northbound direction
from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. and in the southbound direction from 10
p.m. to 7 a.m. Crews will be erecting temporary support struc-
tures for the replacement of a pedestrian overcrossing.
Northbound traffic will exit at Clarendon Road, go north on
Oceana Boulevard and re-enter Highway 1 at Paloma Avenue,
Caltrans officials said.

Air quality moderate through Wednesday
The forecast for air quality in all regions of the Bay Area and
Central Bay is forecast to be moderate through Wednesday, the
Bay Area Air Quality Management District said.
The only exception to the blanket moderate forecasts were
good forecasts over the weekend in the South Central Bay
Area, which includes Peninsula cities like Menlo Park and Los
Altos and well as cities on the east side of the bay including
Hayward, Castro Valley and Union City.

Protests target Wells Fargo, Chase banks
Protesters urging customers to close their accounts with
Wells Fargo and Chase gathered Saturday outside several bank
branches around the Bay Area.
Parents and their children participated in the “Move Your
Money Playdate” actions, according to a news release.
Organizers say Wells Fargo and Chase are leading financiers
of two large for-profit prison corporations, CoreCivic and
GEO Group, which operated immigration detention centers.
The banks also continue to finance fossil fuel projects like
the Keystone XL Pipeline and proposed arctic drilling proj-
ects that are dangerous to the environment, said organizers.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL STATE Monday • Sept 24, 2018 5
What ignited many of state’s worst wildfires a mystery
By Julie Watson far this year in California as last year, which
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS produced the Tubbs Fire that was the most
destructive in recorded state history and the
California officials quickly determined an Thomas Fire that, until this year, was the
arsonist started last month’s huge wildfire largest ever.
southeast of Los Angeles, and that two And the most dangerous months for
weeks earlier sparks from a vehicle produced California wildfires are still to come.
a deadly wildfire in the far northern part of The Carr Fire, the deadliest so far this year
the state. with eight fatalities, started in July with a
But causes for many of California’s worst spark from a vehicle. Whipped by winds,
blazes of the past decade remain a mystery. the flames exploded into Redding, the
The Associated Press reviewed state data largest city in far Northern California. More
on the 10 largest wildfires and 10 most than 1,000 homes were destroyed.
destructive in terms of homes and buildings The driver immediately reported the fire so
burned for each year dating to 2008. there was no mystery about how it started.
Lightning was the most common cause, Such quick confirmation is unusual.
accounting for about a quarter of those fires, “Trying to investigate any kind of fire is
followed by incidents involving power almost like trying to investigate a murder
lines. — except most of your evidence has been
However, investigators could not deter- destroyed, and everything around it has
mine a cause for about a third of those fires. been destroyed, by fire, ” said Lynne
Experts say each is a missed opportunity to Tolmachoff, spokeswoman for the
learn something new. California Department of Forestry and Fire
“If we don’t know what causes a fire, we Protection.
don’t know how to prevent them,” said If lightning maps show no activity in a
Carrie Bilbao, a spokeswoman for the REUTERS FILE burn area, the assumption is it was started
National Interagency Fire Center who An employee of Pacific Gas & Electric digs to find an electrical transformer in a destroyed by humans, and fire investigators immedi-
investigated wildfires in Idaho for 26 years. neighborhood after a wildfire tore through Santa Rosa. ately head to the spot to cordon it off and
Finding the trigger aids criminal prosecu- killed. of California’s most destructive or largest protect evidence.
tions and helps determine liability. It also The Mendocino Complex Fire that burned fires of the last decade, according to state It’s a painstaking process, even when
guides campaigns to change behavior, like for nearly two months, killing one firefight- records, though officials say the true number fires are small.
avoiding mowing on hot afternoons when er and destroying more than 150 homes, is likely is much higher. That’s because for Investigators look at how the vegetation
fire threat is high. And it leads to safety the largest ever recorded in the state at 720 arson to be the cause, no other possibility is flattened to determine where the flames
enhancements, like sleeves on power lines, square miles, an area more than twice the size can exist. originated and track it to the ignition point
which came about when it was determined of New York City. No cause has been deter- So, for example, even if investigators — usually the coldest spot.
that falling tree branches and birds cause mined yet, nor has one been pinpointed for believe an arsonist was responsible for a fire But there are challenges, especially if the
sparks when they hit unprotected electrical the Ferguson Fire, which prompted the clo- next to a rail line, they may leave the cause fire occurred along a road or other heavily
wires. sure of much of Yosemite National Park. undetermined because they can’t rule out a trafficked area. Crews fighting fires can inad-
It’s estimated human activity — from The Holy Fire, southeast of Los Angeles, spark from a passing train. vertently wipe out key clues, like carbon
untended campfires to sparks from vehicles was quickly determined to be arson. Finding causes that can lead to preventive particles from a car backfiring or pieces of
— causes more than 80 percent of all wild- Authorities say the suspect was motivated by measures has become more urgent in drought- porcelain from an exploded catalytic con-
fires in the United States, according to the a feud with his neighbors in the Cleveland plagued California. Even as climate change verter.
National Interagency Fire Center. National Forest. The fire prompted evacua- extends the fire season and feeds record- Cellphone photos and videos from wit-
So far in 2018, wildfires have scorched tion orders for 20,000 people and nearly breaking infernos, more homes are being nesses help investigators. Drones provide
more than 2,000 square miles in California. burned through the community of Lake built in rugged areas where fire danger is aerial views of a point of ignition, showing
More than 2,000 homes and buildings have Elsinore. high. burn patterns and strike marks on power
been destroyed, and at least 11 people Arson was pegged as the cause for only five Three times as much acreage has burned so lines, which are hard to see from the ground.

Judge: California child can Around the state
take cannabis drug to school
SANTA ROSA — A California kinder-
gartner can keep bringing a cannabis-
The Rincon Valley Union School
District in Santa Rosa sought to ban the
ointment from school grounds because it
SEMINAR 1101 Shoreway Rd, Belmont
based drug used for emergency treatment of contains the active ingredient in marijua- Time: 11am–1pm
a rare form of epilepsy to her public na. Wednesday Sept 5 2018
school, a judge ruled Friday. Authorities argued that allowing Adams Tuesday Sept 18 2018
The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat reported to use the drug at school violated state and Thursday Sept 27 2018
that a judge sided with the family of 5- federal laws barring medical marijuana on Wednesday Oct 10 2018
year-old Brooke Adams. school grounds. Thursday Oct 18 2018
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As Senate hearing set for Kavanaugh, new accuser emerges
By Lisa Mascaro happen” and that the has denied Ford’s allega- cannot hand over its constitutional duties to
and Mary Clare Jalonik allegation was “a smear, tion and said he wanted to attorneys for outside witnesses, ” Mike
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS plain and simple. ” A testify as soon as possi- Davis, Grassley’s top nominations counsel,
White House spokes- ble to clear his name. wrote in an email exchange with Ford’s
WASHINGTON — The Senate Judiciary woman added in a second Senate Judiciary lawyers obtained by The Associated Press.
Committee has scheduled a hearing statement that the alle- Committee Chairman “The committee determines which witness-
Thursday for Supreme Court nominee Brett gation was “designed to Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, es to call, how many witnesses to call, in
Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, a tear down a good man.” wrangled with Ford’s what order to call them, and who will ques-
woman who says he sexually assaulted her The new information lawyers for the last week tion them. These are non-negotiable.”
as a teenager, as a claim of sexual miscon- Christine Ford came hours after the Brett over the exact terms of Ford’s lawyers said it was still unclear
duct emerged from another woman. Senate committee agreed her appearance. She made who will ask questions, as Republicans were
Kavanaugh
The New Yorker magazine reported Sunday to a date and time for a hearing after nearly a several requests, some of trying to hire an outside female counsel who
night that Senate Democrats were investi- week of uncertainty over whether Ford which were accommodated — a Thursday could take over the questioning. The 11 sen-
gating a second woman’s accusation of sex- would appear to tell her story. hearing, three days later than originally ators on the GOP side of the dais are all men,
ual misconduct by Kavanaugh dating to the The agreement and the latest accusation scheduled, and a smaller hearing room with which could send an unwanted message on
1983-84 academic year, Kavanaugh’s first set the stage for a dramatic showdown as less press access to avoid a media circus, for live television against the backdrop of the
at Yale University. Kavanaugh and Ford each tell their side of example. Grassley’s staff also agreed to let (hash)MeToo era. They could also use
The New Yorker said 53-year-old Deborah the story. The developments could also Ford testify without Kavanaugh in the Republican staff attorneys on the commit-
Ramirez described the incident in an inter- determine the fate of Kavanaugh’s confirma- room, for there to be only one camera in the tee.
view after being contacted by the magazine. tion, which hangs on the votes of a handful room, “adequate” breaks and a high security Democratic senators were expected to ask
Ramirez recalled that Kavanaugh exposed of senators. presence. their own questions.
himself at a drunken dormitory party, thrust It had seemed assured before Ford, a 51- The committee said it would not negotiate “We were told no decision has been made
his penis in her face, and caused her to touch year-old California college professor, went on other points, though, including Ford’s on this important issue, even though vari-
it without her consent as she pushed him public a week ago with her allegation that desire for additional witnesses and a request ous senators have been dismissive of her
away, the magazine reported. Kavanaugh assaulted her at a party when to testify after, not before, Kavanaugh. account and should have to shoulder their
In a statement provided by the White they were in high school. “As with any witness who comes before responsibility to ask her questions,” the
House, Kavanaugh said the event “did not Kavanaugh, 53, an appellate court judge, the Senate, the Senate Judiciary Committee attorneys for Ford said in a statement.

Amid furor, Trump pushing pause
on deciding Rod Rosenstein’s fate
By Jonathan Lemire the “Deep State” and
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS media conspiring to
undermine him, held off
BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — As Air Force One dismissing Rosenstein.
streaked across the desert sky and Las Vegas For now.
faded in the distance, President Donald But the aftershocks of
Trump began seeking opinions. the story are rattling
The TVs on the plane, tuned as always to Washington still.
Fox News, carried headlines about an explo- “He shouldn’t fire
sive new story: Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Rosenstein unless you
Rod Rosenstein had suggested wearing a believe Rosenstein’s
wire to secretly record Trump, and raised the lying. He says he did not do the things
idea of using the 25th Amendment to alleged,” said Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-
remove the president from office. S.C. on “Fox News Sunday.”
On the flights both to and from a Missouri “But there’s a bureaucratic coup against
rally, Trump polled staff on the plane, called President Trump being discovered here.
his outside network of advisers and kept a Before the election, the people in question
careful eye on what his favorite hosts on his tried to taint the election, tip it to
favorite network were recommending. (Hillary) Clinton’s favor. After the elec-
The messages were mixed, but more were tion they’re trying to undermine the presi-
in favor of containing the urge to fire dent.”
Rosenstein, a move that would declare The details of the memos written by a
open warfare with the Justice Department former deputy FBI director, Andrew
and cast doubt on the future of the special McCabe, triggered immediate speculation
counsel’s Russia probe, according to two that the information would give Trump the
people familiar with the exchanges but not justification to do what he has long
authorized to publicly discuss private con- desired: dismiss Rosenstein, the Justice
versations. Department official overseeing special
Trump, though telling confidants that he counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of
felt the moment was another example of Russian interference in the 2016 election.
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At UN, unrepentant Trump set to rattle foes,friends alike
By Jonathan Lemire Vladimir Putin even as the and the relations it wants to build. their inter-Korean talks last week. Trump and
and Zeke Miller investigation into the “He is looking forward to talking about Moon were expected to sign a new version of
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS U.S. president’s ties to foreign policy successes the United States the U.S.-South Korean trade agreement, one
Moscow moves closer to has had over the past year and where we’re of Trump’s first successes in his effort to
BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — President Donald the Oval Office. going to go from here,” she said. “He wants renegotiate trade deals on more favorable
Trump is poised to redouble his commitment Long critical of the to talk about protecting U.S. sovereignty,” terms for the U.S.
to “America First” on the most global of United Nations, Trump while building relationships with nations Even so, some U.S. officials worry that
stages this week. delivered a warning shot that “share those values.” South Korea’s eagerness to restore relations
In the sequel to his stormy U.N. debut, ahead of his arrival by In his four-day visit to New York, Trump with the North could reduce sanctions pres-
Trump will stress his dedication to the prima- Donald Trump declaring that the world will deliver major speeches and meet with sure on Kim’s government, hampering
cy of U.S. interests while competing with body had “not lived up representatives of a world order that he has so efforts to negotiate a nuclear accord.
Western allies for an advantage on trade and to” its potential. often upended in the past year. Like a year “We have our eyes wide open,” Secretary of
shining a spotlight on the threat that he says “It’s always been surprising to me that ago, North Korea’s nuclear threat will hover State Mike Pompeo told NBC’s “Meet the
Iran poses to the Middle East and beyond. more things aren’t resolved,” Trump said in a over the gathering, though its shadow may Press” on Sunday. “There is a long ways to
One year after Trump stood at the rostrum weekend video message, “because you have appear somewhat less ominous. go to get Chairman Kim to live up to the
of the U.N. General Assembly and derided all of these countries getting together in one The nuclear threat was sure to be on the commitment that he made to President Trump
North Korea’s Kim Jong Un as “Rocket location but it doesn’t seem to get there. I agenda at Trump’s first meeting, a dinner with and, indeed, to the demands of the world in
Man,” the push to denuclearize the Korean think it will.” Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in the U.N. Security Council resolutions to get
Peninsula is a work in progress, although If there is a throughline to the still-evolv- Manhattan on Sunday night. Abe stands first him to fully denuclearize.”
fears of war have given way to hopes for rap- ing Trump doctrine on foreign policy, it is among world leaders in cultivating a close Trump’s address to the General Assembly
prochement. that the president will not subordinate relationship with the president through dis- comes Tuesday, and on Wednesday he will for
Scores of world leaders, even those repre- American interests on the world stage, plays of flattery that he has used to advance the first time chair the Security Council, with
senting America’s closest friends, remain whether for economic, military or political his efforts to influence the unpredictable the stated topic of non-proliferation of
wary of Trump. In the 12 months since his gain. American leader. nuclear, chemical and biological weapons.
last visit to the U.N., the president has jolt- Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the On Monday afternoon, Trump planned to The subject initially was to have been Iran,
ed the global status quo by pulling out of the United Nations, told reporters in a preview of sit down with South Korean President Moon but that could have allowed Iranian President
Iran nuclear deal, starting trade conflicts with Trump’s visit, that the president’s focus “will Jae-in, who comes bearing a personal mes- Hassan Rouhani to attend, creating a poten-
China and the West and embracing Russia’s be very much on the United States,” its role sage to Trump from North Korea’s Kim after tially awkward situation for the U.S. leader.

Many states’ governor’s races become proxy battle over president
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Schuette is an outspoken supporter of the are more motivated to get to the polls than and a left-of-center Democrat locked in a
president, who narrowly won the state in he’s seen in his 35-year career. He said close election contest runs through many
LANSING, Mich. — It’s a resume that 2016 but has declined in popularity since. independent voters are leaning toward sup- of the 36 races for governor on the ballot
reads like an ideal springboard to higher “I’m not going to run away from any porting Democrats this year largely this year.
office: investigated sexual assaults of issue,” he said. “I appreciate the support of because of their distaste for Trump. Trump’s relative unpopularity is another
Olympic gymnasts, charged government the president, and I stand by my record of “It’s an environment like nothing I’ve challenge for Republicans, who already
officials responsible for a tainted water cri- achievement.” ever seen, ” said Democratic nominee were bracing for tough governor’s races
sis, bucked the governor on tax hikes. As with many races around the country, Gretchen Whitmer, a former legislative this year after having unprecedented suc-
With that background and his party con- this year’s midterm campaigns for gover- leader, who has held an edge in state public cess during former President Barack
trolling all statewide offices, Republican nor are in many ways proxy fights over sup- opinion surveys. Obama’s tenure.
Attorney General Bill Schuette might be on port or opposition to the Trump adminis- She has spoken against Trump’s policies Republicans have dominated state elec-
the fast track to winning the Michigan tration. but said she is much more focused on fixing tions across the country since 2010, the
governor’s race in November. One reason Richard Czuba, a nonpartisan pollster in Michigan problems. first midterm election after Obama took
he’s not: President Donald Trump. Michigan, said voters in every age group The theme of a Trump-backed Republican office.

Pompeo: No end to North Korea sanctions until ‘denuclearization’
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS measures.” He also promised to dismantle “hostility.” The war ceased without a peace President Trump doesn’t, ” Pompeo told
the North’s main rocket launch site. treaty in 1953. “Fox News Sunday.”
NEW YORK — Top U.S. diplomat Mike That has helped revive U.S.-North Korea “Everybody’s got their own idea what a “But what we’ve made clear is the eco-
Pompeo said Sunday that economic sanc- diplomacy that had failed to make headway concession might be. Some thought it was a nomic sanctions — the driving force to
tions on North Korea won’t be reduced until since President Donald Trump met Kim in concession for President Trump to go to achieve the outcome we’re looking for —
it completes “denuclearization” after leader Singapore in June and won a vague commit- Singapore. I certainly didn’t think so; will not be released.
Kim Jong Un offered to close the North’s ment on denuclearization of the Korean
main nuclear site in exchange for U.S. con- Peninsula. But U.S. administration officials
cessions. have yet to signal a readiness to provide the
Kim said last week at a summit with South kind of incentives that Pyongyang wants.
Korea’s president that he was willing to dis- Pompeo also wouldn’t be drawn on
mantle the Nyongbyon nuclear complex in whether the U.S would consider a declara-
the presence of outside inspectors if the tion on ending the Korean War that the
U. S. takes unspecified “corresponding North has sought as a sign of reduced U.S.

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Tackling climate change will be
key talking point at UN summit
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

BERLIN — With global temperatures rising, superstorms
taking their deadly toll and a year-end deadline to firm up the
Paris climate deal, leaders at this year’s U.N. General
Assembly are feeling a sense of urgency to keep up the
momentum on combating climate change.
That’s why, in between discussing how to tackle wars,
poverty and deadly diseases around the world, leaders will be
devoting substantial time in New York this week to the ques-
tion of global warming and how to rein it in. REUTERS
There’ll be talk of emissions targets and the need to adapt Flooding is seen in and around Wilmington, North Carolina.
to the inevitable changes already underway when small
island states take the floor at the annual gathering.
Ministers from major economies, meanwhile, will be meet-
ing behind closed doors to discuss who will pay to help poor
countries avoid the worst effects of global warming — and
prevent a wave of climate refugees in future.
Thousands brace for more flooding
By Gary Robertson, things firefighters get to experience.”
Outside the confines of the United Nations, campaigners Martha Waggoner and Alan Suderman North Carolina Emergency Management Director
and businesspeople will meet during New York Climate THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Michael Sprayberry said that eastern counties continue to
Week, while Wednesday will see the second edition of see major flooding, including areas along the Black,
French President Emmanuel Macron’s One Planet Summit. BLADENBORO, N.C. — Thousands of coastal residents Lumber, Neuse and Cape Fear rivers.
About the only leader not expected to dwell on climate remained on edge Sunday, told they may need to leave their He said residents who register with the Federal
change is President Donald Trump, who last year announced homes because rivers are still rising more than a week after Emergency Management Agency can begin moving into
his intention to withdraw the United States from the 2015 Hurricane Florence slammed into the Carolinas. hotels Monday. The program initially will be open to resi-
Paris accord. He says it represents a bad deal for the About 6,000 to 8,000 people in Georgetown County, dents in nine counties and then will be expanded. A FEMA
American people. South Carolina, were alerted to be prepared to evacuate coordinator said about 69,000 people from North Carolina
His stance isn’t shared by many U.S. governors, mayors ahead of a “record event” of up to 10 feet of flooding have registered for assistance so far.
and businesspeople who met recently in San Francisco for expected from heavy rains dumped by Florence, county “Hurricane Florence has deeply wounded our state,
the Global Climate Action Summit, an event designed to spokeswoman Jackie Broach-Akers said. She said flooding wounds that will not fade soon as the flood waters finally
show that parts of America are firmly behind the Paris agree- is expected to begin Tuesday near parts of the Pee Dee and recede,” Gov. Roy Cooper said Saturday. The storm has
ment, with its ambitious goal of limiting the worldwide Waccamaw rivers and that people in potential flood zones claimed at least 43 lives since slamming into the coast
temperature rise by 2100 to less than 3.6 degrees. should plan to leave their homes Monday. Sept. 14.
The county’s emergency management director, Sam In Washington, Congress is starting to consider almost

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Hodge, said in a video message posted online that authori- $1.7 billion in new money to aid recovery efforts from
ties are closely watching river gauges and law enforcement Florence. Lawmakers already are facing a deadline this
would be going door to door in any threatened areas. week to fund the government before the start of the new
“From boots on the ground to technology that we have, budget year Oct. 1, and members of Congress are expected
we are trying to be able to get the message out,” Hodge said to try to act on the disaster relief along with separate leg-
Plus Cert. Fee. in the video feed, advising people they shouldn’t await an islation to fund the government.
Most Cars & official order to evacuate should they begin to feel unsafe. The chairman of the House Appropriations Committee

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Light Trucks. In North Carolina, five river gauges were still at major said the money would be available as grants to states to

$ 75
2000 & Newer flood stage and five others were at moderate flood stage, help rebuild housing and public works, and assist busi-
With or w/o
Models.
Appointment according to National Weather Service. The Cape Fear nesses as they recover from the storm. GOP Rep. Rodney
We do: River was expected to crest and remain at flood stage Frelinghuysen of New Jersey called that “a first round” and
through the early part of the week, and parts of Interstates that lawmakers are ready to act quickly if the federal disas-
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Interstate 40 left thousands of rotting fish on the pavement would make it one of the top 10 costliest U.S. hurricanes.
El Camino Real
Burlingame for firefighters to clean up. Video showed firefighters blast- The top disaster, Hurricane Katrina in 2005, cost $192.2
billion in today’s dollars, while last year’s Hurricane
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Brake & Lamp Florence has caused $40 billion in damage and $4 billion
California Dr Mon–Fri 8:30 AM–5:30 PM department posted on their website: “We can add ‘washing
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Tariffs imposed on Chinese imports
If the U.S. really wants to end the trade
New arrival in
China Daily
Other voices conflict, it should show more sincerity and
our household
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he Donald Trump administration adopt a down-to-earth, problem-solving
would commit a serious mistake if Indeed, the United States has invited approach.

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it attempts to force China to make China to a new round of talks to settle their The first batch of tariffs by the U.S. and e have a new arrival at home.
major concessions at the negotiation table trade disputes. But the new tariffs it China against each other has shown the It’s not a new grandchild or
in the face of its high tariffs on more imposed on Chinese imports show the United States’ unilateral and maximum pres- great grandchild or even a new
Chinese goods. United States still prefers to use unilateral sure tactics cannot force China to meet its puppy. It’s a robot. Actually it is a she. And
Underestimating China’s resolve to safe- policies in an attempt to force China to insatiable demand. The new tariffs, too, you know her sex not by her physical
guard its legitimate interests, the United accept its terms, and change its economic will prove ineffective, as China had made it attributes but by her name and the sound of
States will find its protectionist measures policies instead of engaging in talks on an clear it would respond in kind to the United her voice. She’s Alexa, not to be confused
backfiring to harm its own industries and equal basis to work out a solution accept- States’ tariffs. with Allegra. You have to call her by her
the American people, as indicated by the able to both sides. The new tariffs not only In its four decades of reform and opening- correct name if you want her to follow your
swift response of American business forced China to impose tariffs on $60 bil- up, China has more than once faced eco- commands or answer your questions.
groups that condemned U.S. President lion worth of U.S. goods but have also nomic uncertainties due to external shocks, Alexa was not my idea but a gift from my
Donald Trump’s plans to impose tariffs on added uncertainties to the proposed talks. such as the 1997-98 Asian financial crisis high tech son-in-law and daughter who
another $200 billion worth of Chinese The two countries have had the opportu- and the 2008-09 global financial crisis, were visiting over the summer. It all started
imports from Monday. nity to resolve their disputes through talks during which its economic growth fell when I dropped my iPhone and the glass
Industrial groups such as the U.S. since early this year, but given sharply. But given its inherent resilience, shattered. I was told at the Apple Store they
Chamber of Commerce and the Retail Washington’s refusal to give up its unilat- China has always managed to find the prop- could repair it for
Industry Leaders Association have said such eral and protectionist stance, those talks, er solutions to put its economy back on a couple of hun-
tariffs will weaken the United States’ eco- not surprisingly, have failed. Despite the track. dred dollars and I
nomic growth, and their impact would failure, however, the Trump administration The trade conflict will not force China to was about to do
mainly be borne by U.S. enterprises and should realize China-U.S. trade and other succumb to U.S. pressure. Instead, given its that when I ran
families. “Now is the time for talks,” the economic differences can be resolved only economic resilience, it will squarely face into an acquain-
U.S. National Association of Manufacturers through talks. those challenges, find the right solutions, tance who works
urged in a statement. and emerge stronger. at the store. She
convinced me my
Letters to the editor phone was so
old, almost obso-
lete, it was ridicu-
The former post office pass legislation reducing greenhouse gas stay in business and keep you employed or it lous to spend
emissions to levels that are 80 percent does not. money to repair
Editor, below 1990 levels by 2050. Without such it and instead I should buy a new one. I did
It is unfortunate that the former post legislation, our capacity to adapt to sea with the assurance that everything on my
office sits neglected in the middle of down- level rise in the Bay Area will be unafford- old phone would get transferred to the new.
town Burlingame. It could be utilized in able. Virgil Stevens It did except for all of my music, which I
any number of ways, such as a co-work Alan Mattlage San Carlos listen to on long walks. All except for two,
space, fitness center, marketplace or per- “Grenade” (Bruno Mars): and “Somewhere
San Mateo
haps new offices for the elementary school From the horse’s mouth Over the Rainbow” (Judy Garland). It seems
district, as the missing piece to that puz- these two songs were ones I had purchased.
zle. It’s time for that historic property to Editor, Whereas all the others were on my comput-
contribute to the vibrancy of the area, not Iranian nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi was er and no longer transferable for free. My
to continue to be a depressing sight. Who the real leaders in society are interviewed recently by Associated Press son-in-law helped me purchase new music
and one of his remarks strongly suggests to install on my phone. Then I asked could
Editor, that the so-called nuclear deal didn’t slow
The only way for our democracy to stop he set it up with a speaker so I could listen
Tim Donnelly his country’s path to a nuclear weapon one to music in the kitchen. He said an easier
careening between the left and the right, iota. Salehi said: “If we have to go back
Burlingame between Republicans and Democrats, is for solution was to get Alexa and ask her to
and withdraw from the nuclear deal, we cer- play whatever I wanted.
the voters to finally understand that the real tainly do not go back to where we were
leaders of our society are not the arrogant ***
before. We will be standing on a much, It was a very exciting moment when I
Environmental legislation lawyers in Washington, but the humble job much higher position.” asked Alexa “Alexa, Play Bunny Berigan’s
creators: those who struggle every day to If Iran had been complying with the deal
Editor, find a profitable way of keeping you “I Can’t Get Started With You” — one of the
Kudos to U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-San all along, as Obama, Kerry and the moni- greatest trumpet pieces of my youth with
employed. tors have said, and it ends its compliance
Mateo, for introducing HR-6752: the San This is because for most of us, a job is the Berigan hitting a high C. My granddaugh-
Francisco Bay Restoration Act. Given our only now, how could it return to a better ter who also plays the trumpet told me lots
only lifeline that we have and the only position than before? Clearly, as Israeli
vulnerability to sea level rise, it is critical chance for solid, lasting prosperity and of people can hit high C now. But there
that we attract federal dollars to prepare for Prime Minister Netanyahu has said for was Bunny Berigan singing and tooting in
therefore life. Give people meaningful, sta- years, Iran’s path to a nuclear weapon has
inevitable flooding, and those dollars will ble jobs and you gave them life. my kitchen. I was sold on the new addition.
be cost-effective. A Pew Charitable Trust actually been paved by this deal, not ham- However, I have learned that Alexa is par-
It is absolutely idiotic not to give these pered.
report shows that taxpayers save an aver- real leaders of our society a leading role and ticular. You have to be very precise in what
age of $6 in disaster response and recovery The fact that Iranian leaders believe they you ask for. I asked her to play
voice in our government; it is idiotic not to can brazenly admit their deceit, and that
for every $1 spent on disaster preparation. make their concerns the highest priority. Shostakovich and she came up short. But
But the ultimate cost will depend on how they think they can get away with it again, when I asked her to play his Fifth
Behind the progressive causes and speeches is troubling. It also puts in perspective the
high the sea rises. The California Coastal peddled by the likes of Obama, Macron or Symphony she played the first movement.
Commission recently released an update to self-aggrandizing of the silver-tongued ora- She really like Vivaldi and just a simple ask
the consummate two-faced Chinese leaders, a tor, Barack Obama, who continues to lie
its Sea Level Policy Guidance report. It political war for jobs takes place for who for music by Vivaldi and the music goes on
through his teeth to the American people forever. Sometimes you ask for something
projects that “ by the year 2100, sea levels gets to reap the full benefits of our technolo- and the world. you are not going to get for free and have
may rise by approximately 2.4 to 6.9 feet, gy’s productivity and who becomes the opi- It’s our choice as voters as to whether or to buy at Amazon music. Too bad people in
with the potential for rapid ice loss to oid addled dweller of a consumer wasteland. not we should believe him anymore.
result in an extreme scenario of 10.2 feet.” The most important criteria that should the newspaper business were not as smart
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Farmers worry bailout won’t be enough
By Juliet Linderman to $12 billion in emergency relief funds for
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American farmers, with roughly $6 billion in
an initial round. The three-pronged plan
WASHINGTON — Farmers across the includes $4.7 billion in payments to corn,
United States will soon begin receiving gov- cotton, soybean, dairy, pork and sorghum
ernment checks as part of a billion-dollar farmers. The rest is for developing new for-
bailout to buoy growers experiencing finan- eign markets for American-grown commodi-
cial strain from President Donald Trump’s ties and purchasing more than two dozen
trade disputes with China. select products, including certain fresh fruits
But even those poised for big payouts and vegetables, nuts, meat and dairy.
worry it won’t be enough. And while support Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue
for Trump is near unwavering in the heart- announced last month that soybean growers
land, some growers say that with the will get the largest checks, at $1.65 per
November election nearing, such disap- bushel for a total of $3.6 billion. China is
pointing aid outcomes could potentially the world’s leading buyer of American soy-
affect their vote. beans, purchasing roughly 60 percent of the
“It’s pretty obvious that the rural agricul- U.S. crop. But since Beijing imposed a 25
ture communities helped elect this adminis- percent tariff on soybean, imports prices
tration, but the way things are going I have plunged.
believe farmers are going to have to vote The lack of initial detail about how the cal-
culations were made left farmers scratching REUTERS
with their checkbook when it comes time,”
said Kevin Skunes, a corn and soybean grow- their heads. Dairy farmers participate in a listening session during a tour by U.S. Agriculture Secretary
er from Arthur, North Dakota and president of Asked about the confusion, Rob Sonny Perdue at Dutch Hollow farm in Schodack Landing, New York.
the National Corn Growers Association. Johansson, the Agriculture Department’s The breakdown has stunned corn and wheat American wheat between March and June.
Corn farmers get the smallest slice of the chief economist, responded that the USDA farmers who say the payments are uneven and U.S. wheat farmers have sold, on average, 20
aid pie. Corn groups estimate a loss of 44 took into account a number of factors won’t do much of anything to help keep million bushels of wheat to China over the
cents per bushel, but they’re poised to “including the share of production that is struggling farms afloat. past three years. But none came this year,
receive just a single penny per bushel. exported and the value of trade directly affect- A lobbying group that represents wheat Goule said, as Trump escalated his threaten-
“If these issues haven’t been resolved, ed by the retaliatory tariffs.” growers is challenging the way the adminis- ing rhetoric on trade with Beijing. He hopes
there could be a change in the way farmers “The level of damage is not the same for tration determined payments for wheat farm- the per-bushel rate for wheat goes up if
vote,” Skunes said. “A person has to consid- each commodity,” he said in a written ers, who are set to receive 14 cents a bushel. there’s a second round of payments.
er all things.” response to questions submitted by The Chandler Goule, CEO of the National “I am very certain that we will not sell any
Farmers are already feeling the impact of Associated Press. Association of Wheat Growers, said the wheat to China this year,” Goule said. “The
Trump’s trade tiffs with China and other He estimated that there would be more than USDA assumed U.S. wheat would be sold to window we sell in has come and gone.”
countries. China has hit back hard, respond- 784,000 applications for relief. China this year when it made its calcula- The response among farmers has been
ing with its own set of tariffs on U.S. agri- The USDA has since released a detailed tions. But the assumption was flawed, he mixed. While some are grateful for the help,
cultural products and other goods. analysis of how the department made its cal- said. most are eager for the trade disputes to be
The Trump administration is providing up culations. China typically makes its requests for quickly resolved.

Billionaires buying up media companies: Savior complex or civic duty?
By Barbara Ortutay ness. Time Magazine for $190 who has civic duty and a higher purpose in
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “There is nothing million, and even Steve mind may be more forgiving if that news-
more satisfactory than Jobs’ widow, Laurene paper doesn’t immediately turn a profit, or
NEW YORK — The Washington Post. seeing your name on top Powell Jobs, who has if that profit growth is in the low single
Time Magazine. The Atlantic. The Village of a masthead as pub- acquired a majority stake digits.
Voice. The Los Angeles Times. All lisher or editor or in The Atlantic. Bezos has said that the Post is profitable.
American media icons, all bought by bil- owner, ” said Samir A. Benioff told the tech- But even if it weren’t, the world’s richest
lionaires in the past half decade. Some are Husni, journalism pro- nology journalist and man — whose own company Amazon.com
thriving. One died. On the rest, the jury’s fessor at the University New York Times colum- Inc. did not turn a profit for years — would
still out. Jeff Bezos of Mississippi. Marc Benioff nist Kara Swisher this likely be more patient than a hedge fund or
Still, for beleaguered news organizations While some new bil- week that he sees Time even Wall Street.
the prospect of a deep-pocketed savior — lionaire owners say they are doing it for magazine as a startup that’s been “opportu- For many of the recently purchased media
even from the very same tech industry that civic purposes and to ensure that journal- nity constrained.” companies, it is too soon to tell whether
has kneecapped the media’s traditional ism will continue as an institution, at the “But we are here to unshackle them,” he their new owners are content waiting for
business model — is all but irresistible. end of the day these folks are still busi- said. years.
But success is not guaranteed. And risks nesspeople, Husni said. If their invest- Having these tech titans enter a cen- “They want publications to be run in a
run from industry outsiders making poor ments don’t work out, it’s not guaranteed turies-old industry could help bring in fresh businesslike way and not be throwing
business decisions to exposure to undue they’ll want to run publications as chari- ideas and new blood, not only reinventing money around and owing money,” said Rick
influence on editorial operations. ties. the magazines and the newspapers but also Edmonds, media business analyst at the
For the billionaires, meanwhile, owner- Billionaires are accustomed to success. the ages-old business model of relying on Poynter Institute. “That would sour them.”
ship of storied magazines or newspapers But they also have enough money to fail. advertising for revenue, Husni said. Joe Ricketts, the founder and CEO of TD
provides an alluring combination of a tro- That includes tech magnates like Jeff “What they see even more than even peo- Ameritrade and owner of the Chicago Cubs,
phy property, a high-profile opportunity to Bezos, who bought The Washington Post ple in legacy media,” he said, is the need to shut down two popular New York news sites
demonstrate their business acumen and a in 2013 for $250 million, or Marc Benioff, change the industry’s business model. last year citing business reasons — a week
chance to display highbrow civic-minded- the Salesforce CEO who just snapped up Still, a deep-pocketed newspaper owner after their staffs voted to unionize.

U.S. seeks to curtail green cards for immigrants on public aid
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Federal law already requires those seeking lic benefits above thresholds would be con- The 447-page proposal published on the
green cards and to prove they will not be a sidered “a heavily weighed negative factor” department’s website will appear in the
SAN DIEGO — The Trump administration burden — or “public charge” — but the new in granting green cards as well as temporary Federal Register “in the coming weeks,”
on Saturday proposed rules that could deny rules detail a broad range of programs that stays. triggering a 60-day public comment period
green cards to immigrants if they use could disqualify them. The proposal “will clearly define long- before it takes effect.
Medicaid, food stamps, housing vouchers The Department of Homeland Security standing law to ensure that those seeking to Coming less than seven weeks before
and other forms of public assistance. said current and past receipt of certain pub- enter and remain in the United States either midterm elections, the announcement could
temporarily or permanently can support help galvanize voters who have backed or
themselves financially and will not be opposed Trump’s broad crackdown on legal
reliant on public benefits,” the department and illegal immigration.
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<<< Page 12, Gruden still winless
after Raiders’ late collapse in Miami
Monday • Sept. 24, 2018

Tiger back on top
Woods marches to 80th career PGA Tour win
By Doug Ferguson 80th victory of his PGA Tour career and his
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS first in more than five years.
“It was a grind out there,” Woods said. “I
ATLANTA — A comeback not even Tiger loved every bit of it.”
Woods saw coming a year ago. It felt like a coronation coming down the
A chaotic celebration that golf hasn’t seen 18th green after he hit his second shot to the
even in the best of times. par 5 safely in a bunker in front of the green.
Woods delivered the perfect ending to his The crowd came through the ropes and
amazing return from four back surgeries on walked behind him, just like that walk from
Sunday with a performance that felt like the the left side of the 18th fairway when he won
old days. He left the competition feeling the Masters in 1997, and when the enor-
hopeless as he built a five-shot lead early mous gallery of Chicago followed after him
and hung on to win the Tour Championship. when he won the Western Open that summer.
Woods raised both arms over his head after They chased after any inch of grass they
he tapped in for par and a 1-over 71 for a CHRISTOPHER HANEWINCKEL/USA TODAY SPORTS
two-shot victory over Billy Horschel, the See GOLF, Page 19 Tiger Woods celebrates his win Sunday at the PGA Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club.

CSM 31, Fresno City 3

Jimmy G done for year?
By Dave Skretta
Chiefs 38, 49ers 27
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kyle Shanahan
was watching as Jimmy Garoppolo scram-
bled toward the 49ers sideline and, rather
than safely duck out of bounds, stepped back
to his right and took a wicked shot from
Steven Nelson.
At first, the San Francisco coach thought
his quarterback had sustained a concussion.
Turns out it may have been a season-end-
ing knee injury.
Garoppolo’s left knee buckled just before
the Chiefs’ cornerback delivered a shoulder-
to-shoulder blow, and that was the reason he
went down so hard. Garoppolo was on the
turf for a couple of minutes before he was
helped to his feet and eventually carted off PATRICK NGUYEN
late in a 38-27 loss to Kansas City. CSM defensive tackle Hulu Ahoia celebrates
“We fear an ACL,” Shanahan said after- after recovering a fumble in Saturday’s 31-3
ward. “We’ll find out more tomorrow.” win over Fresno at College Heights Stadium.
That’s bad news for the banged-up 49ers
(1-2), who already lost top running back
Jerick McKinnon to a season-ending knee
injury and only have two other quarterbacks
on the roster.
’Dogs get back
C.J. Beathard took over for Garoppolo
with just over five minutes left Sunday, and
he appeared to throw a touchdown pass to
in win column
By Terry Bernal
George Kittle before offensive pass interfer-
ence wiped it out. San Francisco had to kick DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
a field goal and that wound up being the final
margin. The Bulldogs defense continues to dominate.
Now, Beathard is in line to start next week Two weeks ago, College of San Mateo
when the 49ers play the Chargers in Los allowed the most points it has all season in
Angeles, and Nick Mullens could get a call-up an 18-13 loss at American River College.
from the practice squad to serve as the backup. This week, the Bulldogs responded by put-
JAY BIGGERSTAFF/USA TODAY SPORTS
ting their end zone on lockdown.
49ers tight end George Kittle attends to quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, right, who sustained
See 49ERS, Page 12 a serious left knee injury in Sunday’s 38-27 loss to the Chiefs. CSM (3-1 overall) returned home Saturday
to roll to a 31-3 win over Fresno City
College at College Heights Stadium.
“Anytime you can hold the other team to

A’s will have to wait to celebrate three points — [Fresno City is] a talented
team — I’m happy with what they did,”
CSM head coach Tim Tulloch said.
In getting touched for a mere 21-yard field
Loss to Twins in series finale leaves Oakland’s magic number at 1 goal by Evan Rios midway through the first
quarter, the Bulldogs defense improves its
By Gideon Rubin
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Twins 5, A’s 1 season average to 8.3 points allowed per
game, ranking second statewide in the
Oakland leads Tampa game series at Seattle and the Los Angeles California Community College Athletic
OAKLAND — Oakland will have to take Bay by 7 1/2 games and Angels. Oakland is 60-26 since mid-June. Association.
its bubbly on the road. needs one win or a Rays “It would have been nice to clinch, but we Fresno City (1-2) — having played one
Kyle Gibson allowed one run over 7 1/3 loss to clinch its first weren’t changing anything up or anything less game this season after having its Week 2
innings, Jake Cave hit a two-run homer and playoff berth in four like that,” A’s first baseman Matt Olson matchup at College of the Siskiyous resched-
the Minnesota Twins beat the A’s 5-1 years. The A’s remained 1 said. uled due to Siskiyous’ proximity to the Delta
Sunday, preventing Oakland from clinching 1/2 games behind the Gibson (9-13) gave up seven hits and Fire — turned the ball over six times, with
an AL wild-card berth in its last regular-sea- Bob Melvin New York Yankees, who three walks. Trevor May struck out Ramon three interceptions and three fumbles.
son home game. have clinched a wild-card Laureano with two on in the eighth and “Our whole defense contributed to that,”
“I think it was a little disappointing,” A’s berth, and fell 4 1/2 games back of AL West- pitched around a one-out walk in the ninth said Hulu Ahoia, CSM’s defensive tackle
manager Bob Melvin said. “A lot of times leading Houston. for his first big league save. who had a strip and fumble recovery late in
we put on our best shows late in games, After going 50-31 for its best home
unfortunately it didn’t happen today.” record since 2013, the A’s finish with three- See A’S, Page 13 See CSM, Page 14
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Another late Raiders collapse
By Steven Wine
“We all feel for Jimmy. There’s no doubt about it. We dealt with this
with our running back, too. It’s part of the NFL. We’re not the first
team this has happened to.”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
— 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Jon Gruden’s
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes
Raiders are off to a bad start because they
can’t finish.
Fooled repeatedly by the Miami
Dolphins’ razzle dazzle, the Raiders blew a
49ERS wound up handling them for 314 yards pass-
ing and three TDs.
“They do a lot of things. They use their
second-half lead for the third game in a row Continued from page 11 personnel well. They have a lot of guys that
and lost Sunday, 28-20 . are interchangeable and have a lot of tools,”
Oakland was outscored 14-3 in the final “Any time you lose your starting quarter- said backup safety Antone Exum Jr. “It’s a
7:18, and has been outscored 37-3 in the back, that’s a big deal. It was when we lost our team you have to stay disciplined on and
fourth period this year. starting running back, too,” Shanahan said. play your assignment.”
“That’s just my responsibility to fix it,” “Feel for him personally. I know how disap- Still, the 49ers leaned on running backs
Gruden said. pointed he is.” Alfred Morris and Matt Breida and the strong
Back on the sideline for the first time in a Beathard said he spoke to Garoppolo briefly arm of their quarterback to mount a come-
decade, Gruden has lost seven games in a in the trainer’s room, and what little of their back. And after Garoppolo’s TD toss to
row. He dropped his final four games with exchange he was willing to repeat made it quite Marquis Goodwin in the third quarter made it
Tampa Bay in 2008. clear the 49ers’ franchise quarterback — who 35-24, there was a sense of optimism on the
The Raiders have lost their past seven signed a five-year, $137.5 million extension San Francisco sideline.
games. They’re 0-3 for the first time since in February — expects his season to be over. The 49ers were still trailing 38-24 when
2014, when they started 0-10. “I told him I’ll be praying for him and I love Garoppolo led them inside the Kansas City
“We have a lot of work to do here,” Gruden him and he just told me to lead these guys,” 5 in the final minutes. The Chiefs answered
said. “We’ll continue to work, and we’ll get Beathard said. “I’ve never been in that situa- with sacks by Allen Bailey and Justin
this show on the road here hopefully soon.” tion with something possibly that serious. I Houston on consecutive plays, then flushed
The Raiders did a lot right against Miami. KIRBY LEE/USA TODAY SPORTS can only imagine how tough it is for him this Garoppolo from the pocket on third-and-
On a sunny, 90-degree afternoon, they had a Dolphins CB Xavien Howard intercepts a pass early in the season.” goal from the 20-yard line.
17-minute advantage in time of possession, intended for Raiders wide receiver Martavis It’s also a big blow for the 49ers, who That’s when the San Francisco quarterback
and a 25-13 advantage in first downs. They Bryant in the end zone in the fourth quarter thought they had the pieces to contend for a headed for the sideline, decided to stay in play
ran 74 plays to 39 for the Dolphins. Derek Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium. playoff spot his season. Now, they’ve lost rather step out of bounds, and ultimately put
Carr threw for 345 yards, including 173 to two of their most important offensive the rest of the 49ers’ season in question.
“Clearly we’re doing a good job at the
Jordy Nelson. beginning,” Carr said, “but we can finish in pieces, to say nothing of a series of injuries “Just like we always do, you show up to
But three trips to the red zone produced only all phases better.” on defense Sunday that left them with a work tomorrow,” Shanahan said. “We’ll all be
10 points. Xavien Howard twice intercepted Carr said an 0-3 start is not what he piecemeal backfield. men about it. We’ll grade the tape hard and see
Carr deep in Dolphins territory, and the Raiders expected, and he feels terrible about it. Top cornerback Richard Sherman went down what we did wrong. And when we show up
were stopped at the Miami 1 on downs. “Terrible, but not bad,” he said. “I know with a calf injury, while backup Tarvarius Wednesday it’s time to go.
Worst of all, the Raiders gave up two how to deal with adversity. You don’t do it Moore left with a wrist injury. Strong safety “It’s part of the NFL season. It’s what you
touchdowns on jet sweeps, and another on by going in the dumps, stop working hard, Jaquiski Tartt was inactive with a shoulder have to do,” he added. “We all feel for Jimmy.
receiver Albert Wilson’s 52-yard pass to and give up. That’s what soft people do, and injury and free safety Adrian Colbert hurt his There’s no doubt about it. We dealt with this
Jakeem Grant. Two of the big plays fueled ankle, forcing a bunch of backups to play sig- with our running back, too. It’s part of the NFL.
Miami’s late rally. See RAIDERS, Page 20 nificant snaps. We’re not the first team this has happened to.”
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Cardinals 9, Giants 2
Daschbach revels
in Stanford’s epic Cardinals sweep Giants to
comeback victory stay on track for wild card
STAFF AND WIRE REPORT
By Joe Harris speed which disrupts the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS timing of the hitter. That
Rooming with Stanford quarterback K.J. combination is what
Costello has its perks. ST. LOUIS — Miles Mikolas’ outing pitching is.”
With all of Cardinal nation in a frenzy of against the San Francisco Giants was typical, Andrew Suarez (7-12)
celebration Saturday and typical for him is pretty good. gave up two runs and six
night after a stunning 38- Mikolas won his fourth straight start, Matt hits in five innings as San
31 comeback victory — Carpenter hit his NL-leading 36th homer and Francisco gave him three
one of the great wins in the Cardinals beat the Giants 9-2 to complete runs or less of run support
program history — a three-game sweep and remain on track for Andrew Suarez during his time in the
Stanford baseball star the NL’s second wild card. game for the 21st time
Andrew Daschbach decid- St. Louis (87-69) has won three straight this season. The Giants finished 31-50 on the
JAIME VALDEZ/USA TODAY SPORTS
ed to call it a late night. games and six of seven. The Cardinals road for a two-year record of 57-105 away
Stanford tight end Colby Parkinson tips the from home.
After viewing the game remained 1 1/2 games ahead of Colorado (85-
ball to himself for a touchdown over Oregon San Francisco has lost 10 straight road
on television at his fami- 70) and two games behind Milwaukee, the
cornerback Deommodore Lenoir in overtime games against NL Central teams since win-
Andrew ly’s home in Atherton, he Saturday night at Autzen Stadium. wild card leader. St. Louis hosts the Brewers
Daschbach returned to his new dorm (89-67) in a three-game series starting ning at the Chicago Cubs on May 27.
threw for 327 yards and three touchdowns, “It’s a tough lineup,” Giants manager Bruce
room at Stanford and awaited the arrival for Monday night.
including the game-winner — to walk Bochy said of the Cardinals. “They’ve got
four of his roommates after their flight “We feel pretty good,” Mikolas said. “We
through the door with three other Cardinal power, speed, good athletes.”
home from Oregon. feel strong. We feel like we’re a team that’s
It took until 1 a.m. for Costello — who See CARDINAL, Page 19 real dangerous and a team that’s going to The bottom two in the Cardinals batting
come out and give a lot of people trouble.” order built a 2-0 lead with two-out singles, by
Mikolas (17-4) allowed two runs — one Yairo Munoz in the second and Mikolas in the
Olson cut the lead in half in the second with earned — and two hits in seven innings with fourth.
his 28th homer. eight strikeouts and no walks. John Brebbia Harrison Bader bunted in a run to spark a
Minnesota added three runs in the fourth and Giovanny Gallegos, who made his five-run sixth that includes RBI singles by
after Robbie Grossman singled with one out Cardinals debut, finished a five-hitter. Munoz and Paul DeJong around Jose
and Tyler Austin hit a potential double-play “I had some good sink of my fastball so I Martinez’s two-run double. Carpenter hit a
grounder to third baseman Matt Chapman, tried to use that a lot,” said Mikolas, tied with two-run homer off Casey Kelly in the eighth.
who threw the ball to the left of second base- Washington’s Max Scherzer and Chicago’s “Everybody contributed,” Carpenter said.
man Chad Pinder and into right field for his Jon Lester for the NL lead in wins. “Just “Guys finding a way to score even when
19th error. pound the zone. They took some swings early we’ve got some guys that aren’t getting it
“I was worried about the catch and I didn’t so I was able to get some quick outs.” done. It’s the making of a good team.”
pick up my target,” Chapman said. “I think Mikolas has made 11 starts of at least Brandon Crawford’s two-run homer in the
I had a little more time, I might have rushed seven innings and the two hits he gave up seventh stopped an 0-for-9 skid.
my throw because I wanted to turn the double were a season low. “I’ve faced him a few times back in 2012
play. It was my fault that three runs scored “He works ahead in the count so that creates but other than that I haven’t seen him for
so it doesn’t really feel good.” doubt,” Cardinals manager Mike Shildt said. years,” Crawford said of Mikolas. “I was just
Max Kepler hit an RBI single, Ehire “He can pretty much throw any pitch he wants looking for something up that I can put in
Adrianza chased Cahill with a run-scoring at any time in the count. He throws inner half, play and try and just get the bat on and fortu-
NEVILLE E. GUARD/USA TODAY SPORTS double and Chris Gimenez greeted Shawn which sets up the outer half, which disrupts nately saw the curve ball enough to put the
Twins third baseman Ehire Adrianza throws Kelley with a sacrifice fly. the balance of the hitter and he can change barrel on it.”
out Chad Pinder during the second inning “For the last couple of years we’ve seen
Sunday at Oakland Coliseum. people celebrate when we’re in town, ”
Gibson said. “To be able to finish off the

A’S season and not have to watch anybody cele-
brate, kind of nice.”
A crowd of 35,754 raised Oakland’s sea-
Continued from page 11 son total at home to 1,527,588.

Minnesota finished 29-52 on the road.
Up next
Oakland won two of three despite going 0 Daniel Mengden (7-6, 4.00 ERA) will take
for 21 with runners in scoring position in a shot at clinching the wild card berth, mak-
the series, including seven at-bats Sunday. ing his first start since June 23 in Monday’s
Trevor Cahill (6-4) allowed five runs — series opener in Seattle. Mengden is 1-0
three earned — and five hits in 3 1/3 with 1.83 ERA in five relief appearances
innings. since being called up from Triple-A
Cave hit a two-run homer in the first, but Nashville on Aug. 27.

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said, “and he can anticipate. He anticipates

CSM the run, anticipates the pass game, he antic-
ipates formations. He does a good job of
diagnosing and executing [the] game plan.”
Continued from page 11 The 6-2, 195-pound quarterback’s most
impressive completion was the initial scor-
ing strike to Harper. Carter rolled out left,
the third quarter. “It created time for us to get
looking as though he might run. The run
to the quarterback.”
fake caught the Fresno cornerback covering
CSM’s first score was set up on the heels
Harper off stride, causing him to lose his
of Rios’ field goal. A kickoff return of 41
footing for just a moment. That was all it
yards by freshman Jalen Lampley put the
took for Harper to slip behind the man cov-
Bulldogs at the Fresno 39. Two plays later,
erage and run down a throw in front of him
quarterback Terrell Carter hit sophomore
with a strong-handed fingertip grab.
receiver Elijah Harper for a 17-yard touch-
down pass to take a 7-3 lead. Carter’s most impressive throw of the
The Bulldogs’ next two scores were prod- day, though, was after Palu’s second inter-
ucts of turnovers. Near the end of the first ception in the waning seconds of the first
quarter, Fresno City quarterback Sam half. From the Fresno 40, Carter aired it out
Metcalf was sacked and stripped by sopho- on first down, sending a lofty rainbow pass
more defensive tackle Billy Tuitavake for Harper up the left sideline. Tight cover-
(Serra) at midfield. CSM sophomore kicker age interrupted the catch attempt, causing
Cesar Silva converted on the drive with a Harper to drop the pass, but the throw was
24-yard field goal to up the lead to 10-3. placed right in his hands some 40 yards
Sophomore linebacker Bubba Palu downfield.
(Burlingame) then closed the half with two Sophomore quarterback Matt
interceptions, the first of which he picked Adamkiewicz entered late and showed a great
quarterback Chris Dye on a zone read and feel as well with his only pass of the day.
returned it 36 yards for a pick-6 score, giv- With 2:22 remaining in the game,
ing CSM a 17-3 lead at the half. Adamkiewicz threw a fastball through the
“The communication from the secondary, middle of the field for a strike to sophomore
he really stepped it up,” Palu said of the receiver Jordan Bains on a slant route for a
heads up he got from CSM’s cornerback PATRICK NGUYEN 37-yard score.
when the throw went up. “We were really CSM wide receiver Elijah Harper makes and over-the-shoulder touchdown catch in the first CSM’s other score came in the third quar-
covering each others’ backs.” quarter of Saturday’s 31-3 win over Fresno City at College Heights Stadium. ter on a 27-yard strongman’s scoring run by
Palu now has three interceptions of the overall yards, while rushing for 205 yards are still running a limited version of their Taylor. The 5-10, 190-pound sophomore
season, though he covered a lot of ground as a team, the third time this season CSM offensive playbook. Nothing has changed capped a 13-play, 80-yard drive by slam-
for both on Saturday. Just two days previ- has reached the 200-yard rushing plateau. for the front five, however, according to ming through the middle line, shaking off
ous, the sophomore had a cast removed that “That was the goal,” Tulloch said. “The offensive coordinator Bret Pollack. several tackles and finding the daylight to
completely covered his left hand and fore- goal was to rush for 200 yards. So we chal- “We’re very simple up front so it doesn’t the end zone. It was such an impressive sec-
arm. He injured his wrist prior to the season lenged the offensive line to own the box.” change that,” Pollack said. ond-effort showing, hardly anyone recog-
on the first day of practice in full pads. Sophomore running back Cam Taylor Carter continues to impress, more due to nized he was still on his feet. As a result,
It seems unlikely Palu could have nabbed (Hillsdale) paced CSM with 88 yards on 15 sheer ability than technical know-how of only one CSM player, Carter, ran to the end
either of Saturday’s interceptions with his carries and a touchdown. Three fellow San the system. The versatile freshman seems to zone to celebrate with him.
left hand casted. He, however, disagreed, Mateo locals helped front his efforts in be striking more of a balance in those two “He runs hard; he runs with passion,”
saying he could have caught both of them. sophomore center Kepu Fonua (Serra), facets every day, though. Tulloch said. “Half the time you think he’s
“Yeah, I believe so,” Palu said. sophomore tackle Ray Fobbs (Serra) and “He’s caught on fast,” Pollack said. down and he keeps going.”
CSM’s offense, meanwhile, answered the freshman guard Ian Tapueluelu (Aragon). In addition to completing 11 of 19 passes CSM now takes to the road for its final
call after a disappointing performance in With Carter making his third start at quar- for 122 yards and a touchdown, Carter non-conference game of the season. The
the Sept. 15 loss at American River. The terback since transferring to CSM after rushed 11 times for 44 yards. Bulldogs travel to Modesto Junior College
Bulldogs outgained Fresno 364-327 in Week 1 from San Jose State, the Bulldogs “He’s just a high football IQ guy,” Tulloch Saturday for a 6 p.m. kickoff.

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One year ago, Woods was still waiting for his bonus. everyone could hear him coming from the

GOLF lower back to fuse and wasn’t sure he could ever
play again. He told stories of being unable to
get off the couch to watch his kids play soccer,
Without that birdie, Woods would have won
his third FedEx Cup title after starting at No.
20 going into the Tour Championship.
procession of cheering. And within the open-
ing hour, the Tour Championship had that
inevitable feeling.
Continued from page 11 much less to chip and putt. He said after the sec- “Congrats, Rosie,” Woods told him. No one brings excitement like Woods,
ond and third back surgeries in the latter end of “World No. 1, hell of a season.” even when he plays so good and so smart that
2015 that he already has achieved plenty in Actually, former world No. 1 for Rose. His he eliminates any potential for drama.
could find to watch the ending. golf and anything else would be “gravy.”
This felt just as big as a major, maybe bet- four bogeys over the last 10 holes cost him The buzz was endless. A couple of teenagers
ter considering where Woods had been. He was becoming a legend only in video the No. 1 ranking back to Dustin Johnson, climbed into a tree to see him made a 10-foot
highlights. who shot 67 and finished third. birdie on the first hole. When the putt
“I didn’t want to get run over,” Woods said
with a laugh. Woods brought it all to life over four days at But this wasn’t about the FedEx Cup or dropped and cheers died, there was a wild
Only when he was on the green, the last one East Lake, and the players who have taken even the world ranking. sprint some 200 yards up the hill as fans tried
to putt after Rory McIlroy tapped in for turns at No. 1 during his absence caught the This is Tiger’s big day, and nothing was to get into position for the next shot. He
birdie, did it start to sink in. full brunt of it. McIlroy faded early. Justin going to change it. tapped in for par, and another stampede
“All of a sudden it hit me that I was going to Rose faded late. Woods had never lost when leading by three ensued to line the third fairway.
win the tournament. I started tearing up a lit- All that was left was the 42-year-old Woods shots or more going into the final round. That On and on it went. No one wanted to miss a
tle bit,” Woods said. “I can’t believe I pulled in that Sunday red shirt blazing brighter than was when he was regularly winning multiple shot.
this off.” ever and a smile he couldn’t shake walking up times every season, compiling trophies at a A year ago, there was no guarantee anyone
He paused as his voice started to crack. to collect another trophy. rate never before seen in golf. would see much of Woods, much less Woods
More roars. He finished at 11-under 269 and won $1.62 Was anything different having gone more winning.
Several players, from Zach Johnson to million, along with a $3 million bonus for than five years without winning? He’s back again. This victory, his first
Rickie Fowler to Horschel, waited to greet finishing second in the FedEx Cup. Rose had said it was a bit more unknown, since the Bridgestone Invitational at
him. It was Johnson who unveiled red shirts The only disappointment — a minor one and “there’s a lot on it for him” as well as Firestone in August 2013 — 1,876 days, to
at the Ryder Cup two years ago in the team under the circumstances — was realizing as he everyone else. be exact — brought him to No. 13 in the
room that said, “Make Tiger Great Again.” came down the 18th that Rose had made birdie But this was still Woods’ arena. The walk world. Not bad for a 42-year-old with four
“They knew what I was struggling with,” to finish in a three-way tie for fourth, which from the putting green snakes some 80 yards back surgeries who returned to competition in
Woods said. “It was special to see them.” gave him the FedEx Cup and the $10 million across the road and through a gallery, and December at No. 1,199.

representing his Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox in those guys — they’re calm, cool and collected have put the game away. Verdell had already

CARDINAL the CCL’s midseason classic played at Fenway
Park.
Through his sophomore year, he roomed
— so I wasn’t surprised they pulled through.”
The turning point for the Cardinal came in
the third quarter when Oregon had a touchdown
crossed the first-down threshold when he lost
the handle on the ball, but he couldn’t have
been sure of that in the moment.
Continued from page 13 with a group of fellow baseball players. overturned that would have pushed the Ducks’
Daschbach decided to mix things up this year, lead to 30-7, and Stanford linebacker Joey “Being an athlete and being in a situation
instead rooming with four football players Alfieri scooped up a fumble that he ran back like that, you can definitely feel for someone
football players: defensive back Andrew and wrestler Matt Mills in an on-campus 80 yards for a touchdown. like that,” Daschbach said. “But it was a good
Pryts, and tight ends Kaden Smith and Scooter apartment within walking distance of the play for Stanford, so I was still really happy
“This game was pretty awesome,” Costello
Harrington. A two-hour rap session ensued. Stanford Golf Course. about that.”
said to the Associated Press. “It was one of the
“[Costello] was fired up to say the least,” Daschbach enjoyed a busy Saturday him- coolest games I’ve been a part of in terms of
Daschbach said. “I think he was pretty tired Stanford kicker Jet Toner hit a 32-yard field
self, shooting a round of father vs. son golf highs and lows, and really just staying steady to tie it and send the game into overtime. Then
too. The first thing he did was fall right onto with three of his Stanford baseball teammates, throughout the entire night.”
the coach and we just hung out and talked some in OT, Costello hit tight end Colby Parkinson
their fathers, and his father Mark. After golf, In the final minutes of regulation, Stanford for a 23-yard scoring pass to give the Cardinal
shop.” the football party ensued at the Daschbach’s cut the deficit to 3 with Costello’s 15-yard TD the lead. The Stanford defense did the rest,
Daschbach — a 2016 graduate of Sacred family residence, where it turned into a gruel- pass to JJ Arcega-Whiteside to narrow it with a flurry of lead-saving stops by the sec-
Heart Prep — finished his sophomore season ing epicenter of fandom as the Cardinal before Sean Barton recovered CJ Verdell’s fum- ondary in the end zone.
for Stanford baseball in the spring, hitting rebounded from a 24-7 third-quarter deficit. ble on the Stanford 40 with 51 seconds left.
.287 while ranking fifth in the Pac-12 with 17 “I didn’t think I’d be in such an intense “It’s tough to see anything like that,” “To see them come through and do what they
home runs and tied for third with 63 RBIs. He environment for a game I hadn’t been taking Daschbach said of Verdell’s fumble, a product did was special,” Daschbach said. “And get-
went on to play in the Cape Cod League during part in,” Daschbach said. “It makes me a little of the freshman running back fighting for ting to hang out with them later on that night
the summer, earning All-Star honors while more nervous knowing the guys. But I know every inch as he neared a first down that would was really special.”
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NHRA brief NFL STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
Hight wins, escapes serious injury after engine explosion AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East
East Division
W L Pct GB
East Division
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MADISON, Ill. — Robert Hight’s Funny Car engine W L T Pct PF PA x-Atlanta 88 68 .564 — x-Boston 105 51 .673 —
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Cosby sentencing reveals generational divide PRINCIPAL
By Terry Tang one who was deservingly vanquished, Continued from page 1
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS like so many other misbehaving men in
power.
“The generational gap plays a huge because I wasn’t left behind, personally or educationally,” he
Keon McGuire has no real attachment to Bill Cosby or his
role in the contrasting, at times conflict- said.
landmark show.
ing, views of Cosby’s cultural impor- He said the culture established at the school is a product of
As a black man, he’s aware of the sitcom’s place in pop
tance,” said Michael Eric Dyson, a soci- the individualized education offered to students, which focuses
culture, but he was barely in elementary school when “The
ologist at Georgetown University. on their academic performance and skills needed to success
Cosby Show” went off the air. Years later, he mostly tuned
“Those of us who are older have memo- beyond high school but as well as their social and emotional
Cosby out after a widely panned speech to the NAACP in
ries of Cosby as a cultural ambassador, a health.
2004, when the star ranted about black mothers, clothing Bill Cosby
black icon and an American hero.” Teachers are a key piece of implementing that plan, said
choices and language.
Jon Francois, a 26-year-old radio deejay in Lyndonville, Zuniga, who remains in touch with many of the educators who
“That for me was kind of an emotional — I won’t say reck-
Vermont, was too young to have grown up with “The Cosby were so essential in his personal and professional develop-
oning — but it made me reposition how I felt about Bill
Show.” But he became a fan as a child when he found his par- ment.
Cosby as this figure within the larger representation of
ents watching reruns on cable. He didn’t see it as a rarity “I was always able to turn to my teachers,” he said.
black leadership,” said McGuire, a 32-year-old education
until he later compared the show to older sitcoms that Diane Tavenner, Summit Public Schools founder and CEO,
professor at Arizona State University.
depicted the black experience as more lower class. Cosby’s lauded in an email Zuniga’s commitment to serving his native
McGuire’s mindset reflects a broader generational divide
Cliff Huxtable was a doctor and his wife, Clair, a lawyer in community, as well as his progression as an instructor and
over Cosby, who is scheduled to be sentenced Monday in a
New York City. administrator.
Philadelphia courtroom for drugging and molesting a
“It wasn’t until I got older and kind of studied ‘The Cosby “He found his purpose as an educator while at Summit. We’re
woman. The sentence — anything from probation to 30
Show,’ that I realized ‘Oh hey, this was a groundbreaking humbled that he has returned first as a teacher and now as a
years in prison — will mark the final chapter of the 81-year-
thing to have a black family portrayed like this as upper school leader to help the next generation of students build the
old entertainer’s resounding fall from grace.
middle class.”’ skills they need to pursue their passions,” said Tavenner, who
Those who grew up viewing Cosby’s NBC show struggle
When sexual assault allegations started to surface against was the school leader when Zuniga was a student.
to reconcile the conviction with the wise, warm television
Cosby in large numbers, Francois said, younger relatives Zuniga too recognized the broader vision of his effort to
father they knew. But many millennials see him as long-
were more objective about it. inspire students who comes from similar backgrounds.
irrelevant figure, and the #MeToo era has cast him as some-
“I’m trying to be an example for my students,” he said.
With that effort comes significant challenges, especially for

SWING
Continued from page 1
Teng said his inspiration to build the company was found
while working at a nonprofit organization focusing on char-
ter schools, when he encountered the difficulties faced by
schools seeking qualified teachers.
a new administrator, said Zuniga. Most notably, he grapples
with the difficulties presented through managing an entire
campus rather than simply overseeing his former English
classroom.
After spending time refining his vision alongside two But he said rather than resist the obstacles presented
company refers interested parties to certifying agencies, other co-founders who Teng knew from their time together at through his new role, he finds the work exhilarating and
helps them navigate the process and will reimburse any fees. Gunn High School in Palo Alto, he said the company was rewarding.
“We are one of the only free ways to help gain classroom launched explicitly with an eye for addressing the educator “I have never felt this energized,” he said. “Every night I go
teaching experience,” said Teng. shortage. to bed and I’m incredibly thankful and I could stay up doing
Once all the requisites processes are completed, Teng said He noted a portion of Swing’s success is associated with work.”
Swing seeks to connect the substitutes to nearby school dis- the timing of establishing a temporary teaching service just It’s likely his enthusiasm for the work is born from the
tricts contracting with the company which have issued a as the substitute shortage worsened and the cost of living opportunity to serve a community which, despite undergoing
need for assistance. The model is not too different from other drove many educators from the area. some changes since time as a student, remains similar to the
similar services such as ride hailing apps in which a compa- But as a Peninsula natives, Teng said the company’s one he once knew, he said.
ny establishes a pool of staff to be dispatched toward paying founders appreciate an opportunity to help local school sys- “This still feels like home to me,” he said.
patrons needing assistance. tems like the one they attended overcome a structural hurdle.
The company contracts with 86 schools along the Swing also serves as an enjoyable and rewarding way to
Peninsula, spanning from Palo Alto to Daly City, including meet at the intersection of education and technology startup
those in the San Mateo-Foster City Elementary, Burlingame culture, said Teng.
Elementary and South San Francisco Unified school dis- “We are Bay Area kids. We grew up around Silicon Valley
tricts. and that is a fun piece of it too,” he said. “It is exciting to be
Once a successful pairing is found, Swing facilitates the in education and be a part of the tech world. I think it’s a fun
daily pay according to the rate approved by local district cross point.”
officials, and tacks on additional service fee paid by the In all, Teng said he and the Swing team have found the
school system. Should a substitute transition to a full-time experience enjoyable, as they continue to fill a void and
employee for a district, the company levees another charge. grow as a company.
Teng said the company’s productivity has ramped up in a “Things have gone well because we address a need and
short time, and successfully filled more than 11,000 substi- hopefully provide a positive value to everyone involved,”
tute teaching days since 2015. he said.

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“The House With a
Around the world Clock in Its Walls” was It is always worth repeating
easily the biggest draw
‘House With a Clock in
P
on a quiet weekend at HS/SPCA volunteer Lynette B. just would die from a lone-
Its Walls’ ticks to No. 1 in theaters North American movie sent me her two favorite animal- liness of spirit. For
theaters, where the other related quotes, and they are worth whatever happens to
NEW YORK — The gothic family fantasy sharing. From Anatole France, “Until one the beasts, soon hap-
three new wide releases
“The House With a Clock in Its Walls” has loved an animal a part of one’s soul pens to man. All
all disappointed or down-
exceeded expectations to debut with an esti- remains unawakened.” From St. Francis of things are connected.”
right flopped.
mated $26.9 million in ticket sales at the Assisi, “Not to hurt our humble brethren the From William Beebe’s
Jack Black “Fahrenheit 11/9”
weekend box office, while audiences showed animals is our first duty to them, but to stop “The Bird: Its Form and
opened with $3.1 mil-
considerably less interest in Michael there is not enough. We have a higher mis- Function,” “The beauty
lion in 1,719 cinemas. His earlier documen-
Moore’s Donald Trump-themed documentary, sion: to be of service to them whenever they and genius of a work of
tary “Fareinheit 9/11” went on to make
“Fahrenheit 11/9,” than his George W. Bush- require it.”  art may be recon-
$222.4 million worldwide.
era one. Both as muse and as subject, there is an ceived, though its first
endless stream of beautiful animal quotes, so material expression may be destroyed; a
the terminal.

HISTORY let me add here a few of my favorites. A vanished harmony may yet again inspire the
It is easy to understand why people in the longtime personal best from Henry composer; but when the last individual of a
rest of the nation say “Grand Central Beston’s excellent book “The Outermost race of living things breathes no more,
Station.” From 1937 to 1954, one of the House,” “The animal shall not be measured another heaven and another earth must pass
Continued from page 3
most popular shows on radio was “Grand by man. In a world older and more complete before such a one can be again.”
Central Station” with a signature line that than ours they move finished and complete, Switching gears just a bit, from Will
unofficial home for the homeless, with the described the railroad mecca as “the cross- gifted with extensions of the senses we have Rogers “If there are no dogs in Heaven, then
resulting smell of urine that permeated much roads of a million private lives, a gigantic lost or never attained, living by voices we when I die I want to go where they went.”
of the building. It was demolished in 2010 stage on which are played a thousand dramas shall never hear. They are not brethren, they And from the ever quote-worthy Groucho
to make way for the new transit center that daily.” are not underlings; they are other nations, Marx said “Outside of a dog, a book is a
supporters say will someday rival New caught with ourselves in the net of life and man’s best friend. Inside of a dog, it’s too
York’s “Grand Central Station,” or, as New time, fellow prisoners of the splendor and dark to read.” It takes all kinds!
Yorkers insist on calling it, “Grand Central The Rear View Mirror by history columnist
travail of the earth.” From Chief Seattle of
Terminal,” a distinction needed to avoid Jim Clifford appears in the Daily Journal the Suquamish People, “What is man with- Ken White is the president of the Peninsula
confusion with the post office located inside ev ery other Monday. out the beasts? If the beasts were gone, man Humane Society & SPCA.

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CITY OF SAN MATEO
Folklorico dancers performed during the North B Street Fiesta in downtown San Mateo on Saturday, Sept. 16.
The annual festival is organized by San Mateo’s local downtown merchants and marks the beginning of National
Hispanic Heritage Month, which commemorates the independence of several Latin American countries.

It was faces in deep during a kids’ pie-eating contest at Draeger’s Market
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Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City gave birth to a baby girl at Sequoia
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TAXES
Continued from page 1
percent teacher salary hike as well,
noted school board Vice President
Shara Watkins.
falling apart,” she said.
The initiative, which would need 55
percent voter approval to pass, aims to MONDAY, SEPT. 24
Calendar
R andel McGee and Groark the
“This is something very innovative generate revenue which will be reserved Peninsula Humane Society’s Mr. Dragon. 2 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. Menlo
Moo’s Story-Time. 11 a.m. Peninsula Park Belle Haven Library, 413 Ivy Dr.,
and revolutionary, in our thinking,” for rebuilding and renovating campus- Humane Society and SPCA, 1450 Menlo Park. A combination of ventril-
Association suggest neither district said Watkins, when detailing the differ- es, as bonds can only pay toward dis- Rollins Road, Burlingame. Learn oquism, comedy, storytelling and
has accomplished enough to earn voter ences between the current parcel tax trict facilities.
about different animal species melodies. Free from the Friends of
through puppet interactions, music the Menlo Park Library. For more
support for the additional financing. proposal and the previous failed The taxpayers association claims the and stories. For children, free. For information call 330-2540.
more information call 340-7022.
attempt. district has not shown enough fiscal
Measure V District teachers announced last week responsibility to be trusted with the Kaiser Knit for a Cause. 1:30 p.m.
Lego Club: Cabins. 4 p.m. to 11:59
p.m. South San Francisco Library, 840
“We continue to be — and historical- the labor union reached an impasse in financing potentially generated by the Kaiser Cancer Treatment Center, 220 West Orange Avenue, South San
Oyster Point Blvd., South San Francisco. Design your very own
ly, this has been the case — underfund- contract negotiations with administra- measure. Francisco. Open to all knitters. Warm cabin. For kids, cost is free. For more
ed,” said Joan Rosas, superintendent of tion, and will seek mediation. “Vote no on Measure X to stop this things made will be donated to radi- information call 829-3860.
ation and chemotherapy patients.
the San Mateo-Foster City Elementary Potential revenue from the tax is a fiscal insanity,” according to the argu- For more information call 829-3860. When Anxiety Strik es:
School District. source of the labor strife as well, ment filed with the county. Compassion, Peace and
Wood Animal Painting. 4 p.m. to Understanding. 6:30 p.m. to 7:30
To illustrate her position, Rosas said according to a press release. Alternatively, former San Bruno 11:59 p.m. South San Francisco p.m. Bethany Lutheran Church, 1095
the district is facing a $5 million The measure, if approved, would be mayor Jim Ruane said he believes the Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South Cloud Ave., Menlo Park. Featuring
San Francisco. Make a cool and filmed interviews with psychologist
deficit which will likely require pro- the second of its kind in the district, as measure is needed to offer the district unique present for a loved one. Cost Kelly Breen Boyce and with Cheryl
grammatic reductions should the tax, a perpetual $104 parcel tax passed in some financial relief. is free. For more information call 829- Eresman, who describes her experi-
expected to generate $10 million annu- 1991 generates about $3.5 million “Those teachers and those kids 3860. ences with anxiety. For more infor-
mation call 854-5897.
ally, fails. annually. The district’s other parcel tax deserve this,” he said. “It’s been pretty Foster City Council Candidate
The tax will require two-thirds voter expired as the previous measure failed tough over the past few years.” Forum. 6:30 p.m. Foster City Council How Solar Power Can Benefit You
Chambers, 610 Foster City Blvd., Now. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Millbrae
approval to pass, and seniors can before voters. The district also passed a The hardship to which he refers Foster City. Candidates will have an Library, 1 Library Ave., Millbrae. This
request an exemption from paying. bond in 2015 paying for the construc- largely stems from financial issues, as opportunity to answer questions inforation session will discuss the
from participants attending the benefits of solar power. For more
Polling conducted earlier in the year tion of new classrooms to address over- the district has repeatedly approached forum. For more information call 740- information call 697-7607.
suggested 69 percent of voters in the crowding. work stoppages with its teaching 7653.
Foster City Documentary Club.
upcoming election would support the Considering the perceived wealth of union due to frustrations about inade- Revolution in the Profession: 6:30 p.m. to 11:59 p.m. Foster City
initiative. An attempt to extend a pre- district resources, tax opponents quate pay. Concerns around financial Women Lawyers Then and Now. Library, 1000 Eat Hillsdale Blvd, Foster
vious parcel tax fell merely a percent- encourage officials to be more thought- insolvency grew so severe that the 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Menlo Park City. Come watch the film More Than
Main Library, 800 Alma St., Menlo Honey. For more information call
age point short of the threshold for ful in their spending before asking for county Office of Education intervened Park. Barbara Babcock will discuss 574-4842.
approval. more tax dollars. to oversee district finances. her memoir and more. For more
information call 330-2501. Knitting Meetup. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
The defeat resulted in the loss of “Tell the school board to be more fis- In tandem with the bond measure, San Mateo Public Library, 55 W Third
about $7 million annually, which offi- cally responsible by voting no on officials plan to shutter and sell cam- Chinese Brush Painting with Ave., San Mateo. All knitting and cro-
Pauline Tsui. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. chet levels are welcome. Bring nee-
cials have since scrambled to replace. Measure V,” according to the argument. puses in an effort to raise additional Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de dles and yarn. For more information
The taxpayers association, which Meanwhile, measure supporter money and consolidate schools. las Pulgas, Belmont. For more infor- call 522-7818.
mation call 591-8286.
regularly opposes measures across San Katherine Goodman said the county’s Critics of the plan suggest the sold NAMI SMC General Meeting. 7 p.m.
Mateo County, claims the district largest district already struggles to property may hamstring the district A staged reading of ‘Loaders,’ a to 8:30 p.m. Nami San Mateo County,
new play by Griffin Lamachy. 7:30 1650 Borel Place suite 130, San
should improve its performance before assure each student enjoys equal educa- from accommodating future enrollment p.m. Dragon Productions Theatre Mateo. Protecting the inheritance for
voters support the measure. tional opportunities and suggested a growth. Co., 2120 Broadway, Redwood City. a loved one with mental health chal-
“If you reward failure, you will get defeat of the tax would compound those But advocates note the campuses Pay what you can at the door in cash. lenges and special needs planning.
For more information call 493-2006. For more information call 638-0800.
more failure,” according to the associa- issues. potentially rebuilt with the bond and
tion’s opposing argument filed with “There is already limited opportuni- sales revenue will preserve space for TUESDAY, SEPT. 25 THURSDAY, SEPT. 27
The Art of Drawing. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Meditate and Feel Great. 9 a.m. to
county’s Elections Office. ties for students and we don’t want to additional students. San Carlos Adult Community Center, 10 a.m. San Mateo Senior Center,
Alternatively, if the tax fails, Rosas make that worse,” she said. “We have no plan to max out our 601 Chestnut St., San Carlos. Learn 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San
basic skills and explore a variety of Mateo. For more information call
said officials will face hard decisions to schools right away,” said Cannon. drawing tools and subject matter. 522-7490.
trim core programs and potentially Measure X The focus on facilities is unfounded, 18+. Cost is $30 for eight two-hour
classes. For more information call English Conversation Group. 10:30
staff to balance the budget. The variety In San Bruno, officials are seeking claim tax critics, who believe officials 802-4384. a.m. to 11:59 p.m. Grand Avenue
of specific cuts are yet to be identified, the bond measure as a key leg of an should aim to assure student perform is Banch Library, 306 Walnut Avenue,
but she added the potential revenue for improved. Job Fair. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. San Mateo South San Francisco. Practice your
effort to overhaul district facilities and County Event Center, 1346 Saratoga English skills and gain confidence in
the district could provide a funding move away from a neighborhood “Focus on classrooms’, students’ and Drive, San Mateo. Speak with repre- speaking. For more information call
source for essential resources. teachers’ needs, not buildings,” accord- sentatives and hiring managers from 877-8530.
school system to one with larger, cen- local companies that are hiring. Bring
“The measure would come in to cover tral campuses. ing to the ballot argument. resumes. For more information call Play Poker Like a Pro. 11:30 a.m. to
the deficit and provide additional rev- The tax is necessary to help modern- Meanwhile, Cannon said she sees the 344-5200. 12:30 p.m. San Mateo Senior Center,
2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San
enue for staff compensation and pro- ize and renovate the campuses which tax as an initial step toward a brighter Menlo Park Memoir Classes. 1 p.m. Mateo. For more information call
vide funding for our arts, [science, will serve the next generation of stu- future for the district. to 2:30 p.m. 800 Middle Ave., Menlo 522-7490.
Park. Guidance in using life to create
technology, engineering and math] dents in a district traditionally starved “A bond measure is something we can Memoir for personal use or publica- Science Night. 6:30 p.m. Menlo Park
programming and some of the things for adequate financing, said tax cam- get community support for. It’s a first tion. Cost is $60 for series of four Main Library, 800 Alma St.,
that people appreciate and want in our step and part of a overall vision that classes or $20 for drop-in. For more Ravenswood, Menlo Park.
paign chair Kathy Cannon. information call 326-0723. Exploration from the Bay Area
district,” said Rosas. “We have kids in these amazing the superintendent has,” she said. “It Discovery Museum, NorCal Bats, San
Should the measure pass, a portion of just really makes sense.” Latinx Folk Music Concer t at the Francisco Bay Bird Observatory,
schools with great teachers and great Millbrae Library. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Stanford Medicine and several other
Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave., presenters. For more information call
term benefits,” said Caltrain Board customer impact of the project until

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ful for the patience of our riders during The nearly $2 billion revamp of the Spanish and American music Attic by Shel Silverstein. 6 p.m. to
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electrification simply couldn’t hap- 2022 and includes electrifying 51 South San Francisco. For more infor-
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The work requires 24 weekends and With the exception of occasional and San Jose, as well as purchasing Benefits. 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. San
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before the Giants 2019 season areas, Lieberman said there will be no about 80 percent of Caltrain’s diesel maximize your social securtiy bene- of Stanford University and Author of
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EDUCATION RingCentral has multiple full-time open- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
ings in Belmont, CA for: Construction Management STATEMENT #278591
MULTIPLE positions at NEWSPAPER INTERNS General Facilities The following person is doing business
as AM Floor Covering, 3650 Colegrove
The Education Team • Marketing Automation Architect
• Treehouse After School JOURNALISM (#001GB) – MS or equiv. in CS, IT, etc. + Request for Proposals
St. #F, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Regis-
tered Owner: Anthony Mousseau, same
Program • Swing Education The Daily Journal is looking for in- 2 yrs. exp. reqd. (or BS + 5). Exp. w/ Issued: September 20, 2018 address. The business is conducted by
an Individual. The registrants com-
• SSF School District terns to do entry level reporting, re- Marketing Automation, Marketing/Web Greg Johnson menced to transact business under the
• Autism Learning Partners search, updates of our ongoing fea- Analytics, Website Personalization, CRM Project Engineer FBN on 8-15-18.
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- Integration, SFDC, Tag Management County of San Mateo De- /s/Anthony Mousseau/
Tool, Webtrends, Google Analytics, This statement was filed with the Asses-
Bring resumes and talk to all so welcome. partment of Public Works sor-County Clerk on 8/15/18. (Published
hiring managers in one day at the Javascript & HTML reqd; and knowledge 555 County Center, Fifth in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/10/18,
We expect a commitment of four to of or exp. w/ Marketo tool (or Marketo Floor 9/17/18, 9/24/18, 10/1/18).
JOB FAIR Cert) & Adobe Analytics (or Adobe Ana-
eight hours a week for at least four Redwood City, CA 94063
Tues, Sept. 25 months. The internship is unpaid, but lytics Cert) reqd. E-mail: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
10 am-2 pm intelligent, aggressive and talented in- gjjohnson@smcgov.org STATEMENT #278798
San Mateo County Event Center • Product Manager (#002DR) – MS or County Website: https://pub- The following person is doing business
terns have progressed in time into equiv. in CS, S/W Engg., IT, etc. + 2 yrs. as Yafa Queen Natural Products, 51 W
1395 Saratoga Dr. paid correspondents and full-time re- licworks.smcgov.org/proj- 4th Ave # 11, SAN MATEO, CA 94402.
exp. reqd. (or BS + 5). Exp. w/
San Mateo porters. SaaS/Cloud functionality, REST & SOAP ects-out-bid Registered Owner: Amal Zaghari, same
address. The business is conducted by
Free admission, Free parking APIs, Enterprise middleware applica- 9/24, 10/1/18 an Individual. The registrants com-
Caltrain Hayward Park station College students or recent graduates tions, PL/SQL, TOAD, Unix & Shell CNS-3177151# menced to transact business under the
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper Scripts reqd. SAN MATEO DAILY FBN on N/A.
For more information visit /s/Amal Zaghari/
experience is preferred but not neces- JOURNAL This statement was filed with the Asses-
www.sm-dj.com/1x1w sarily required. Mail resume referencing job code # to: sor-County Clerk on 9/7/18. (Published in
RingCentral, Inc., Attn: HR Dept, 20 Da- the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/10/18,
vis Drive, Belmont, CA 94002 9/17/18, 9/24/18, 10/1/18).
Please send a cover letter describing
your interest in newspapers, a resume FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
SALES/MARKETING and three recent clips. Before you ap- STATEMENT #278790 STATEMENT #278910
INTERNSHIPS ply, you should familiarize yourself The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
as Pacifica Homes, 1054 Park Pacifica as: Cali Style Chic, 1150 El Camino Real
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking with our publication. Our Web site: Ave., PACIFICA, CA 94044. Registered #205, SAN MATEO, CA 94406. Regis-
for ambitious interns who are eager to www.smdailyjournal.com. Owners: Love Juliet Darer and Gennady tered Owner: Ennovaj Enterprises LLC,
jump into the business arena with both Darer, same address. The business is CA. The business is conducted by a
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs conducted by a General Partnership. Limited Liability Company. The regis-
Send your information via e-mail to The registrants commenced to transact trant commenced to transact business
of the newspaper and media industries. news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- business under the FBN on 9/6/2018. under the FBN on 9/10/18.
This position will provide valuable ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- /s/Love Juliet Darer/ /s/J. Atchan/
experience for your bright future. gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
Email resume sor-County Clerk on 9/6/18. (Published in sor-County Clerk on 9/19/18. (Published
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/10/18, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/24/18,
info@smdailyjournal.com 9/17/18, 9/24/18, 10/1/18). 10/1/18, 10/8/18, 10/15/18).

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #278892
The following person is doing business
as: Friends Market, 200 San Felipe Ave.,
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080.
Registered Owner: South Bay Retail,

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a Corporation. The registrant com-
menced to transact business under the
FBN on N/A.

OUTSTANDING
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This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 9/18/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/24/18,
10/1/18, 10/8/18, 10/15/18).

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STATEMENT #278885
The following person is doing business
as: Five Moon Arts Marielle, 951 Old
County Rd. #A23, BELMONT, CA 94002.
Registered Owner: Mary Byrns, same
• Food Service Dir
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D ector address. The business is conducted by
an Individual. The registrant com-
menced to transact business under the
• Maintenance Apply
Ap ply online: FBN on 18 Sep 2018.
/s/Mary Byrns/
Supervisor This statement was filed with the Asses-
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PETITION OF
Margaret Ann MacDougall
Coordinator
Coordinator TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
Petitioner: Margaret Ann MacDougall
filed a petition with this court for a decree
• Receptionist changing name as follows:
Present name:
Margaret Ann MacDougall
• Resident Car
Caree Proposed Name:
Margaret Vella MacDougall
Coordinator
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onderful. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
interested in this matter shall appear be-
fore this court at the hearing indicated
below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
Sales Officce: 1600 TTrousdale
Office: rousdale Drive tition for change of name should not be
Managed by Eskaton granted. Any person objecting to the
Burlingame, CA 94010 name changes described above must file
License Pending
Pending a written objection that includes the rea-
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203 Public Notices Books 296 appliances 298 collectibles 303 electronics 304 furniture
days before the matter is scheduled to qUaLitY Books used and rare. World Mfg h20LaBs Model 300 exc cond sMaLL rUg beater. $15.00 (650)207- oNkYo aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital recLiNiNg chair, wine colored $30,
be heard and must appear at the hearing & US History and classic American nov- counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. 4162 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, (650)-583-4985
to show cause why the petition should els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393
not be granted. If no written objection is NeW, siNger Sewing Machine Univer- star Wars R2-D2, original 1998 un- retro hUtch Needs refinishing other-
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- the haLo Forerunner saga. 3 books. sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- opened action figure. $15 in San Carlos. wise good condition. Top detaches from
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587 chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 Steve 650-518-6614 304 furniture bottom $25. (650)712-9962
petition shall be held on 10/24/18 at 9
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, V.LogViNoV, UNUsUaL Journey to the rooM heater Electric 1320 Watts, Ar- teLescoPe-ceLestroN astro 2 WaLNUt 3-drawer nitestands. Tops sofaBed, VeLoUr, tan, Excellent
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus- vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5. Master Newtonian Reflector, w/ tro/pod need work but very good cond. $20/ea condition. $75. (808)631-1365.
Order to Show Cause shall be published sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695 (650)952-3500 stand, Like New $150.00 (650)952-3466.
at least once each week for four succes- Call (415)239-1348. soLid Wood Dining table with exten-
seWiNg MachiNe-roYaL XL 6000 sion great piece great condition black
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
ing on the petition in the following news-
294 Baby stuff Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. toPPs BaseBaLL complete set 1987 6-draWer roLLiNg Storage cart, $80 (650)364-5263
(650)342-8436. thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- black with organizer top excellent condi-
paper of general circulation: BaBY criB, "Dream on Me", like new tion $20 (650)872-2371
San Mateo Daily Journal 4474 soLid Wood Entertainment Center-
with mattress, pad and 2 sheets. $80.00. shoWtiMe rotisserie used once TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
Filed: 9/12/2018 (650)592-3540 aNtiqUe diNiNg table for six people
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave UNiqUe 1920's -1930's imprinted milk Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
message. bottle with creamer top from Golden with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
Judge of the Superior Court
Dated: 9/10/2018 295 art State dairy. $25 (650)762-6048 aNtiqUe MohagaNY Bookcase. Four
(925)482-5742
(Published 9/24/18, 10/1/18, 10/8/18, VacUUM cLeaNer (reconditioned)
$20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 ViNtage gUcci Boston satchel purse, feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. taBLe 24"X48" folding legs each end.
10/15/18). BrUshed fiNish, 15" X 20" frame
holds 18 various size photos. Never Good Condition. $75.00 (650)536-0513 Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
WesterN WashBoard Sales made arMchair good condition $55. $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
used. $20. 650-369-2486. (650)266-3184
of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C. ViNtage gUcci Boston satchel purse,
$75. phone 650-369-2486. Good Condition. $75.00 (650)536-0513 Bedstead siNgLe, poster style, box three iNch egg crate foam twin bed
296 appliances spring, mattress available. $40.00. mattress for sound sleep, perfect condi-
299 computers tion, $20, 650-595-3933
air coNditioNer 10000 BTU w/re- 297 Bicycles (650)593-7408
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG tWiN Bed frame-black wrought iron
210 Lost & found brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
adULt Bikes 1 regular and 2 with bal- 19" coLor Monitor with stand VG con- Beige sofa $99. Excellent Condition
from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 dition power cord/owners manual includ- (650) 315-2319
Lost cat. Black and White. Black 0898 ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 tWiN Bed, mattress, box spring, frame
patch on right eye. REWARD. BMX MoNgoose Outer Limit Bike, BLack MetaL 4 drawer file cabinet $ 50. (650)598-9804.
Call (323) 439-7713. hotPoiNt heaVY Duty Dryer excellent looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933 i-Pad keYBoard. $25.00. (650)588- $20.00. good condition. call (650)872-
0842 2371 tWiN Bed- Free you pick up. Call
working condition Burlingame $50 Call
BMX With caliper brakes and adjusta- (650)344-2109
Books Dan (408)656-0958
ble seat, comes with two extra tires. $20. recordaBLe cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- BUNk Beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
(650)595-3933 ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or Used BedrooM Furniture, FREE. Call
60-1940s NatioNaL Geographics, keNMore WiNdoW A/C (vert. open- (650) 578 9208 B/O (650)685-2494 (650)573-7381.
great shape $65 (650)591-0980 ing) 8700 btu. New in box. $200.00 as Boca-Ladies Bike 26 IN., blue and
is. David Butler (415)608- 1214. yellow, padded seat, XL, basket holds an coMMode, good condition. $20 obo. VeNeer chest 6.5’ high, 3 ft. wide
JaMes PattersoN hardback books. 18 pack; grandma has to sell (650)678- 300 toys Please call (650)745-6309 $99 (650)322-2814.
2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861 MaYtag Washer excellent working 1989 $50 OBO.
100 thiNgs for little children to do on a coMPUter desk (glass) & chair. Like WaLL UNit/rooM Divider. Simple
NichoLas sParks hardback books. condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan lines. Breaks down for transportation.
chiLd’s schWiNN BicYcLe, BLUe in trip. 4"X6" cards with instructions. Used. new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or
2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861 (408)656-0958 FREE (650)595-3933 gtecher@comcast.net $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
good rUNNiNg Bicycle. $39. aMericaN fLYer locomotive runs coMPUter sWiVeL CHAIR. Padded WaLNUt chest, small (4 drawer with
Notice of Public hearing 650-342-5220. good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429

MoUNtaiN Bike. Top brand. Runs Large stUffed ANIMALS - $3 each dark BroWN velvet living room chair White Wicker Armoire, asking $100,
As a condition of compliance with Education Code Section good. $39. (660)342-5220 Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 with matching pillow. $99.99. excellent great condition, text for picture (650)571-
condition. call (650)872-2371 0947
60119 and California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section NeW 12" girls bike w/ training wheels star Wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader
9531(c), district, charter school and county office of education $75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 desk, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. Wood - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
local governing boards are required to hold an annual public mes (650)458-3578 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
hearing and adopt a resolution stating whether each pupil in 302 antiques
the district or charter school has, or will have prior to the end 298 collectibles 306 housewares
100 Y/o family heirloom, hand sewn, diNiNg taBLe (36"x54") and 4 match-
of that year, sufficient textbooks or instructional materials in 80’s toPs Complete Factory Set All hexagon pieced quilt. 8ft. sq. $99. ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for coMPLete set OF CHINA - Windsor
each subject consistent with the content and cycles of the cur- Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474. (650)556-9708 $250 .(650)-654-1930. Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
20-pieces in original box, never used.
riculum framework adopted by the State Board of Education. dresser 4-draWer in Belmont for $250 per box (3 boxes available).
Badge, 7 Star Special Security Offi- aNtiqUe heMiNgraY Glass Tele-
cer;$25- will text picture (650)218-0121 $75. Good condition; good for children. (650)342-5630
graph Pole Insulator. Aqua colored. Pris- Call (650)678-8585
Therefore, a public hearing regarding instructional materials San Carlos tine condition. 4.5"X3.25" $15 (650)762-
sufficiency for the 18-19 School Year will be held October 10, 6048 crYstaL (Leaded glass) lamp $30.
BeaUtifUL herMaN Miller pendulum eNtertaiNMeNt ceNter for $50. Can send picture. (650)464-7860
2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Governing Board Meeting of the San clock. Rich wood finish - works well; nice Beer steiNs-origiNaL from Germa-
Good shape, blonde, about 5' high.
Bruno Park School District. The location of the meeting will be: chime! $65; 650-591-8851. ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info (650)726-4102 Mikasa set. White. Modern (square)
(650)592-7483 Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152.
dePressioN gLass Dining Plate. 8 gLider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
Allen School 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. siNk doUBLe cast iron. Good condi-
875 West Angus Avenue $12 (650)762-6048 tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408
MahogaNY aNtiqUe Secretary desk, ikea dresser, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
San Bruno, CA 94066 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
LeNNoX red Rose, Unused, hand elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. 308 tools
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, ikea taBLe, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
Immediately following the public hearing, the Board will $12.00. (650) 578 9208. roseViLLe tULiP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. $ 30. (650)598-9804. aNtiqUe iroN Hand Drills. 3 available
consider the adoption of $45. (650)574-2490. at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
MiLLer Lite Neon sign , work good LoVe chair, velour, tan. $45.
Resolution No. 18-10-01. $59 call (650)218-6528 Briggs & Stratton Lawn Mower with
303 electronics (808)631-1365.
Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00.
oLd, aNtiqUe, Bottle Collection: 20 Massage taBLe, excellent condition, (650)771-6324.
bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 BLaUPUNkt aM/fM/cd Radio and Re- folding, $25, (650) 552-9556.
ceiver with Detachable Face asking craftsMaN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
$100. (650)593-4490 NeW deLUXe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
Sell! (650) 875-8159. Lg craftsMeN shop vac 6.5hp $60
caNNoN coPier. $20. 650-342-5220. (510)943-9221
NeW tWiN Mattress set plus frame
free teLeVisioN - Mitsubishi, $30.00 (650) 347-2356 shoPsMith Mark V 50th Anniversary
26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local Niagara ViBratiNg Adjustable bed (650)504-0585
Delivery available. good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
(408)656-0958 ViNtage craftsMaN Jig Saw. Circa
1947. $60. (650)245-7517
MotoroLa BraVo MB 520 (android office tYPe 34"X 60" heavy solid
4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD wood with formica wood grain top $25 ViNtage shoPsMith and BaNd
card Belmont (650)595-8855 (650) 787-9753 saW, good shape. $300/obo. Call
(650)342-6993

WeLder- LiNcoLN AC 220 amps 240
volts $199.00 (650)948-4895

309 office equipment
LaPtoP case or bag. Black. Like new.
Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564.

310 Misc. for sale
200 PLastic trading card holders; $15;
(650)591-9769 San Carlos

500-600 Big Band-era 78's--most mint,
no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
78 rPM records in four albums and nine
sleeves. FREE. San Bruno. (650)794-
0839
BessY sMaLL Evening Hand Bag With
Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
BifoLd shUtters 2x28”x79 $10.00
(650)544-5306
BLUe oYster cult lp signed by donald
r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash
(408)661-6019
cash register Parts; Much Skin Not
Guts $500 (415)269-4784
coMeaLoNg 3/4 ton chain $25 (650)
873-6304
costco PLaY Pen with travel bag.
Used once $35 (650)591-2981
deLUXe foLder Walker - 5" wheels -
Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347
free MagaziNes. Library discards
year old ones. Wide variety. Good for
crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074
goLf BaLLs - 50 Pro-V Titleist, 50
cents ea. (650)345-5446
hat, t-shirt, sweatshirt and comput-
erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648
LioNeL christMas Holiday expan-
sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
LioNeL WesterN Union Pass car and
dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
LoreX 14” B&W Surveillance System
Model SG14S1042C-A $75 (415)407-
2360 RWC loction.
LUggage, red, 21" NEW Samsonite
Spinner,$50.00. (650)729-3000

Makes 6"X6" potholders, frame and
loops included. FREE. 650-595-3933
NegriNi feNciNg Epee mask size M
& France Lames 5 epee blade $95
(415)260-6940
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310 misc. for sale 311 musical instruments 316 Clothes 318 sports equipment 485 Residential Care 630 trucks & suV’s
meilink safe-fiRe Proof, huGe ludWiG Drum Set Silver Sparkle Genuine ladies Mink Fur Jacket, one dozen Official League Diamond foRd ‘90 F-250, 7.5litre v8, 4wheel dr.,
50”x31”X31”, 2200lbs $1200 & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian $50.00 Call: (650)368-0748. Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger VoRalto VillaGe 102k original miles, Many upgrades,
www.elo.deals (415)309-3892 Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500 (650)771-6324. $12,500 (650)759-3188
(916)975-4969 kayano men’s Running shoes size 11
at menlo PaRk
good condition $20 (650)520-7045 PoP uP tent. Sleeps. 2-3. Like new. In- A welcoming and spa-like secured
motley CRue lp signed by neil lee Piano, uPRiGht, in excellent condi- flatable camping bed. Sleeping bag. memory care community nestled in a
sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019 tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769 ladies ClothinG, some w/tags.
$99.00 (650)589-0764.
$50.00. (650)588-0842. residential neighborhood just blocks 635 Vans
neW laWn SWING 5'1/2" W x 5 '6" H Piano-1955 baldWin Acrosonic 36” from downtown Menlo Park
ladies sequin dress, blue, size XL, PRinCe tennis 2 section nylon black toyota ‘08 SIENNA LE, excellent con-
$100 (650) 678-6428 aft. 6pm High, Free for anyone to pick-up Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket- dition, camera, bluetooth, trailer, 94K
(650)295-9121. pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 Call today to schedule a Visit
$55.(650)341-8342 miles. $9,000. text (925)786-5545 See
old style Water dispenser-iron stand-
men's stetson hat, size large, new,
(650)322-4100 craigslist for pics.
clay pot-5gal. glass bottle $75. (650)873- PlayeR Piano 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- total Gym XLS, excellent condition. www.voralto.com
6304 rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892 Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
www.elo.deals
(650) 578-9208
(650)588-0828 640 motorcycles/scooters
Ray-ban toP Bar Sunglasses
RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- neW With tags Wool or cotton Men's bmW ‘03 F650 GS, $3899 OBO. Call
uPRiGht Piano. In tune. Fair condi- touRedGe ReaCtion ii uniflex sys-
wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886.
pullover sweaters
(650)952-3466
(XL) $15/each
tem 8 irons 3-9 and pitch irons 515 office space (650) 995-0003
weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- new $75. Call May (650)349-0430
6596 VintaGe linGeRie Washboard circa motoRCyCle saddlebaGs,
1920’s The Zinc King #703. Suitable for tuxedo size 40, black, including white -ViRtual offiCes- with mounting hardware and other parts
shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189 tReadmill in very good condition. Pic-
samsonite 26" tan hard-sided suit strumming $50 (650)369-2486 ture available on request. $50 obo. $59 - $150 $35. Call (650)670-2888
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. Wilson leatheR Lady Jacket. Small, 650 322 9598.
$45. (650)328-6709 yamaha aCoustiC Guitar, model *Business Internet *Phone Answering
FG830 electric. $400.00 (650)421-5469
like new. $45. (808)863-1136.
tReadmill-hoRizon like New, limit- *Conference Rooms *Offices
645 boats
silk saRee 6 yards new nice color.for Wilson leatheR, burgundy lady jack- ed use, Paid $750-Asking $450 OBO *Complete IT Services * Mail
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- zilJian Cymbals with stands, 21” boat- 7 FT Livingston Fiber Glass., 2.5
et, Small, like new $45 (808)863-1136 (650)508-8662 HP. NIssan Outboard Motor. $800.
formation. ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99 (650) 373-2000
(916)826-5964 WoRk boots. Iron Age, size 10-1/2, bay area executive offices (650) 591-5404.
tRek mountain train tag a long; exec
sink, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, brown, with steel metatarsal protection. condition;$75;will text photo; (650)218- www.bayareaoffices.com
$15.00 (650)544-5306 312 Pets & animals In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494 0121 San Carlos boat-RaCinG C-Class, 40 hp
Tohatsu Engine, Spare Parts included
slR lens Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6 $2,000 obo Call Vince (650)515-6091
aiRline CaRRieR for cats, pur. from 318 sports equipment VintaGe nash Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171 ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
slR lens Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6
Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
(505)228-1480 local. 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439 620 automobiles malibu 24 ft with tower. Completely re-
15 sf Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds, built and re-finished. Boat and Motor.
Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171 Jeff Kent, JT Snow. 6' x 2.5' Unused. $4 1994 mitsubishi 3000 GT- VR4 Twin 20K obo. (650)851-0878.
boston teRRieR-PuPPy 10 weeks WoRkout benCh, weights, bars, for
each. $35 all. (650)588-1946 San Bruno flat/incline bench and legs. $100. Turbo Perfect Cont. Asking $30,000
tiRes-set of four P225 45 R18 $80 old, Vaccinated, Vet Checked, $1,500
OBO (650)359-2238. (650)861-2411 (650)315-2959 (650)558-8555 sea Ray 16 ft . I/B. $1,200. Needs
(650)400-1144. biG beRtha, Golfsmith Titanium Driver Upholstery. Call (650)898-5732.
uniden haRley Davidson Gas Tank ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick yamaha Roof RACK, 58 inches $75. 1999 CadillaC DeVille Contour-Paid
one kennel Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
(415)999-4474 (650)458-3255 $6,000 Sell $3,000 Good Condition 650 RVs
(650)315-2954 or (650)558-8555
WalkeR - Good Condition - Like New - (650)593-2066 boW flex Max Trainer M-3-Very Good
$35 (650)341-5347 Condition, Like New, Assembled, Paid 340 Camera & Photo equip. Gulf stReam, Sun Voyager ‘04.
PaRRot CaGe, Steel, Large - approx
$1200 asking $800 Call Michael don’t lose money 36 ft, Excellent Condition. $39,500.
4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best nikon 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel- 650-349-3087.
311 musical instruments offer. (650)245-4084 (650)784-1061.
lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044
on a trade-in or
bRand neW Golf bag with Stand. consignment! RV toW bar blue ox 2" ball model b330
1929 antique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- Pet CaRRieR for small dog or cat in ex- omeGa b600 Condenser Enlarger, In- $90 (650)948-4895
ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349- Makes a great gift. $70. 415-867-6444.
struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
(650)742-6776. 6059 bRand neW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods; larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940 sell your vehicle in the 670 auto service
Pet taxi Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux
Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
ViVitaR V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
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baldWin baby GRAND 1928 vintage gift $99. 415-867-6444.
Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for original manual. Like new. $99 SSF auto Classifieds.
in walnut. $7500.00 w/bench (415)608-
1214 $25. Call (650)349-6059.
easton aluminum bat.33 inches, 30 (650)583-6636 aa smoG
oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513 Complete Repair & Service
ChRomatiC haRmoniCa: Horner 316 Clothes 345 medical equipment Just $45
$39.75 plus certificate fee
The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, elliPtiCal-noRdiC tRaCk Like new We’ll run it (most cars)
(650)278-5776. 5 boxes male & female square dance Barely Used, Paid $600, Asking $300
obo. (650)235-0066.
adJustable bath shower transfer ‘til you sell it! 869 California Drive .
clothing. Excellent Condition. As a bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976
Burlingame
bunch $200 Maryann (650)574-4439. eVeRlast 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
ePiPhone les Paul 100th
Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
dRiVe 3-in-1 commode with seat,buck- Reach 83,450 drivers (650) 340-0492
Anniversary Custom Electric Guitar. et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
Mint. $600.00 650 421 5469 box of used men's Levi's and misc.
Golf Clubs {13}, Bag, & Pull Cart all-- (510)770-1976 from south sf to
jeans $99.00 or best offer fair condition Palo alto
(650)589-0764 $90.00 (650)341-8342
eVeRett uPRiGht antique piano. dRiVe deluxe two button walker $10
Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718. Golf Clubs, used set with Cart for (510)770-1976 Call (650)344-5200 670 auto Parts
daWGs bRand Kaymann black and $50. (650)593-4490 ads@smdailyjournal.com
fendeR mustanG I guitar amplifier homediCs dual Shiatsu Massage 1960s CadillaC hub caps $40
white snake print loafers size 7 (9.3”) $25 Cushion. 3 Zone. $45.00. (650)207-4162
70 watts 8-guitar settings.with cover. (650)369-2486 Guthy-RenkeR PoWeR Rider,Ever- (650)592-3887
$80. (650)421-5469 last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex- inVeRsion theRaPy table back
erciser $20 (510)770-1976 bRidGestone alenza 235/65R17,
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Iran’s president blames U.S. after attack on military parade
By Nasser Karimi Rouhani’s remarks could those responsible have connections to protests over Iran’s nationwide drought, as
and Jon Gambrell refer to Saudi Arabia, the Denmark. well as economic protests.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS United Arab Emirates or The ministry later summoned the UAE’s The attack killed at least 25 people and
Bahrain — close U.S. mil- envoy as well over what it called the “irre- wounded 60, according to the state-run IRNA
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran’s president on itary allies that view Iran sponsible and insulting statements” of an news agency. It said gunmen wore military
Sunday accused an unnamed U.S.-allied coun- as a regional menace over Emirati adviser, according to the semi-official uniforms and targeted a riser where military
try in the Persian Gulf of being behind a terror its support for militant ISNA news agency. The UAE did not immedi- and police commanders were sitting. State TV
attack on a military parade that killed 25 peo- groups across the Middle ately acknowledge the summons. hours later reported that all four gunmen had
ple and wounded 60, further raising regional East. Saturday’s attack, in which militants dis- been killed.
tensions. Hassan “All of those small mer- guised as soldiers opened fire on an annual At least eight of the dead served in the
Hassan Rouhani’s comments came as Iran’s Rouhani cenary countries that we Iranian military parade in Ahvaz, was the dead- Revolutionary Guard, an elite paramilitary
Foreign Ministry also summoned Western see in this region are liest attack in the country in nearly a decade. unit that answers only to Iran’s supreme
diplomats over them allegedly providing backed by America. It is Americans who insti- Women and children scattered along with leader, according to the semi-official Tasnim
havens for the Arab separatists who claimed gate them and provide them with necessary once-marching Revolutionary Guard soldiers news agency. The Guard responded to the
Saturday’s attacks in the southwestern city of means to commit these crimes,” Rouhani said as heavy gunfire rang out, the chaos captured attack on Sunday, warning it would seek “dead-
Ahvaz. before leaving for the U.N. General Assembly live on state television. ly and unforgiving revenge in the near future.”
The Iranian moves, as well as promises of in New York. The region’s Arab separatists, once only Tensions have been on the rise in Iran since
revenge by Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guard, Iran meanwhile summoned diplomats from known for nighttime attacks on unguarded oil the Trump administration pulled out of the
come as the country already faces turmoil in Britain, Denmark and the Netherlands early pipelines, claimed responsibility for the 2015 nuclear accord with Iran in May and
the wake of the American withdraw from Sunday for allegedly harboring “members of assault, and Iranian officials appeared to began restoring sanctions that were eased
Tehran’s nuclear deal with world powers. The the terrorist group” that launched the attack. believe the claim. The separatists accuse under the deal. It also has steadily ramped up
attack in Ahvaz, which saw women and chil- Danish Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen Iran’s Persian-dominated government of dis- pressure on Iran to try to get it to stop what
dren flee with uniformed soldiers bloodied, has condemned the attack and stressed that there criminating against its ethnic Arab minority. Washington calls its “malign activities” in
further shaken the country. would be “consequences” if it turns out that Khuzestan province also has seen recent the region.

Stop Brexit? UK’s Labour party mulls backing new referendum
By Jill Lawless minds. As delegates gath- Mike Buckley of Labour for a People’s Vote, Margaret Mills, a delegate from
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ered in Liverpool, one a group campaigning for a new Brexit refer- Orpington in southern England, said her
message was emblazoned endum. local party had passed a motion calling on
LIVERPOOL, England — Britain’s main on hundreds of T-shirts To drive home the message, several thou- Labour to “stop Brexit by any means —
opposition Labour Party confirmed Sunday and tote bags: “Love sand People’s Vote supporters marched well, short of physical violence.”
that it will hold a major debate on Brexit at Corbyn, Hate Brexit.” through Liverpool on Sunday, waving blue- “I think the time for vagueness is over,”
its party conference this week, raising Ever since Britain and-yellow EU flags alongside Union Jacks she said.
hopes among Labour members hoping to voted in 2016 to leave and holding signs reading “Exit from Corbyn — a veteran socialist who views
stop the country from leaving the European the EU, Labour has said it Brexit” and a few ruder slogans. the EU with suspicion — has long been
Union. Jeremy Corbyn will respect the result, More than 100 local Labour associations against holding a second public vote on
With the U.K. and the European Union at although it wants a closer submitted motions to the conference urging Brexit, although his opposition appears to
an impasse in divorce talks, many Labour relationship with the bloc than the one a public plebiscite, with a choice between be softening.
members think the left-of-center party has Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative leaving on terms agreed upon by the gov- He said Sunday that he would prefer a gen-
the power — and a duty — to force a new ref- government is seeking. ernment or staying in the EU. eral election rather than a referendum, but
erendum that could reverse Britain’s deci- Now, with divorce negotiations stuck and Party chiefs said Sunday that members and added: “Let’s see what comes out of confer-
sion to leave the 28-nation bloc. Britain due to leave in March, many Labour affiliated unions had selected Brexit as one ence.”
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has long members think the party must change its of the priority issues delegates will consid- “Obviously I’m bound by the democracy
opposed that idea, but he and other party course. er, with a debate scheduled for Tuesday. But of our party,” Corbyn told the BBC.
leaders are under pressure to change their “Labour have to come to a decision. The what exactly they will vote on has yet to be Still, Labour faces a major political
time has gone for sitting on the fence,” said decided, and will be crucial. dilemma over Brexit.