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ANTIBIOTICS FOR
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‘NO BITTERNESS’ THREE MEDALS FOR
BEARCATS’ HUANG
TRUMP APOLOGIZES TO KAVANAUGH DURING
HEALTH PAGE 17 SWEARING-IN CEREMONY NATION PAGE 7 SPORTS PAGE 11

Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
Tuesday • Oct 9, 2018 • XIX, Edition 43 www.smdailyjournal.com

Belmont City Council candidates square off
Three incumbents and one challenger compete
By Zachary Clark The challenger is Deniz Bolbol, three open seats.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF president of the Belmont Heights The three incumbents have been
Civic Improvement Association, intimately involved in the devel-
Belmont has embarked on a new and the incumbents are longtime opment of a plan to create a down-
direction in recent years and three Councilman Warren Lieberman, town in Belmont and new zoning
incumbents want to keep the former planning commissioner rules for single-family neighbor-
momentum going while one chal- Julia Mates and Charles Stone, hoods. Also, there are currently
Deniz Warren Julia Charles lenger is offering a competing who also serves on the SamTrans
Bolbol Lieberman Mates Stone vision for the future. Board of Directors. There are See ELECTION, Page 18

Newsom and
Cox tangle in
only debate
Governor candidates spar on vision
By Jonathan J. Cooper
and Kathleen Ronayne
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SAN FRANCISCO —
Republican John Cox entered the
only scheduled debate in the cam-
paign for California governor on
Monday as an underdog in need of
a race-altering breakthrough. He
ZACHARY CLARK/DAILY JOURNAL didn’t get it. Gavin John
Steve Daletas of Pleasant Hill, Oregon, is crowned champion of Half Moon Bay’s annual weighing contest after Instead, at a time when politics Newsom Cox
his pumpkin clocked in at 2,170 pounds. He is now the only contestant in the event’s 45-year history to win four in Washington and across the San Diego area, batted away ques-
times. Below: The four largest pumpkins are presented on forklifts to the audience before they are weighed. nation are marked by bitter parti- tions about his past statements
Josiah Brand from Wisconsin took second place with a 2,136-pound pumpkin. Ruben Frias from Napa brought san fights, the hourlong radio opposing gay marriage and
in a 1,805-pound gourd, the heaviest one grown in California. debate between Cox and Democrat declined to take a position on the
Gavin Newsom remained civil, appointment of Brett Kavanaugh

Top prize for 2,170-pound pumpkin with the candidates sparring on
policy and mostly avoiding per-
sonal attacks.
Cox, a businessman from the
to the U.S. Supreme Court.
He stuck closely to the central

Victory makes grower Daletas most successful in Half Moon Bay history See DEBATE, Page 27
By Zachary Clark
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
South City Centennial
A 2,170-pound pumpkin from
Oregon won the grand prize at Half
Moon Bay’s annual weigh-off,
Village vision approved
making the man who grew it the
most decorated contestant in the
Officials OK plan for commercial center
45-year history of the event. By Austin Walsh The South San Francisco
Steve Daletas has been crowned DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Planning Commission unani-
winner four times, and the Atlantic mously approved construction of a
Giant pumpkin he grew this year is A much-maligned and repeated- new vision for the shopping cen-
the second heaviest ever weighed ly-delayed development in South ter proposed at the corner of El
in Half Moon Bay. It also earned San Francisco received approval Camino Real and Spruce Avenue.
him more than $15,000 in prize from officials whose decision was Recognizing the long, tumul-
money; the winner is paid $7 per shaded by their displeasure with tuous history of development at
the struggle to rebuild Centennial
See PUMPKIN, Page 19 Village. See VILLAGE, Page 19
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2 Tuesday • Oct 9, 2018 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day
“It is not good for all our wishes to be filled;
through sickness we recognize the value of health;
through evil, the value of good; through hunger, the
value of food; through exertion, the value of rest.”
— Dorothy Canfield Fisher, American author and essayist

This Day in History
A group of Spanish missionaries set-

1776 tled in present-day San Francisco.

In  1 8 8 8 , the public was first admitted to the Washington
Monument.
In  1 9 1 0 , a coal dust explosion at the Starkville Mine in
Colorado left 56 miners dead.
In  1 9 1 4 , the Belgian city of Antwerp fell to German forces
during World War I.
In 1 9 3 0 , Laura Ingalls became the first woman to fly across
the United States as she completed a nine-stop journey from
Roosevelt Field, N.Y., to Glendale, Calif.
In  1 9 3 6 ,   the first generator at Boulder (later Hoover) Dam
began transmitting electricity to Los Angeles.
In  1 9 5 8 , Pope Pius XII died at age 82, ending a 19-year
papacy. (He was succeeded by Pope John XXIII.)
In  1 9 6 7 , Marxist revolutionary guerrilla leader Che
Guevara, 39, was summarily executed by the Bolivian army a REUTERS
day after his capture. An entertainer performs during between The Fencing Events at The Africa Pavilion,Youth Olympic Park during The Youth Olympic
In  1 9 8 5 , the hijackers of the Achille Lauro cruise liner sur- Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
rendered two days after seizing the vessel in the
Mediterranean. (Passenger Leon Klinghoffer was killed by
the hijackers during the standoff.) In other news ...
In  1 9 9 5 , a sabotaged section of track caused an Amtrak that a 21-year-old man driving a and masters, for age 60 and over,
train, the Sunset Limited, to derail in Arizona; one person was Man allegedly posts video of Camaro hit the 27-year-old woman just according to five disciplines: mass,
killed and about 80 were injured (the case remains unsolved). how to remove an ankle monitor before 3 a.m. Monday in the North definition, proportion, symmetry and
In 2 0 0 1 , in the first daylight raids since the start of U.S.-led SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — A Missouri Hills neighborhood. stage presence.
attacks on Afghanistan, jets bombed the Taliban stronghold man is charged with a felony after he Detective Lisset Fuentes says the Bennett had the most experience of
of Kandahar. Letters postmarked in Trenton, N.J., were sent allegedly filmed himself removing an man was driving the speed limit and those on stage, and saw his role as
to Sens. Tom Daschle and Patrick Leahy; the letters later test- ankle monitor and then posted the called 911 after the crash. Fuentes says more coach than competitor, helping
ed positive for anthrax. video on Facebook. the man was not under the influence of others practice their poses backstage.
Thirty-three-year-old Dustin Burns alcohol. He also offered diet tips, shared his
Birthdays of Springfield was charged last week
with tampering with electronic moni-
She says more tests will be conducted
on the driver.
preshow rituals and helped Peter Moore
of Oakland, California, apply fake tan,
toring equipment. KTLA reports that the pit bull the his hand running over the scars where
The video shows someone using a woman had been looking for was found Moore had his breasts removed when
butter knife and screwdriver to remove after her death. he transitioned to male two years ago.
an ankle monitor. The man advises For most, this was their first time
viewers to remove the ankle monitor Atlanta hosts world transgender competing. Sandy Baird, of Oakland
without damaging it to avoid hefty saw the event promoted on Facebook
fines.
bodybuilding competition and decided to try.
The Springfield News-Leader reports ATLANTA — It’s been 20 years since “I’ve always been interested in body-
court records show Burns pleaded guilty Charles Bennett took the stage to com- building but then there was never a
TV personality Actor Scott Bakula Movie director to violating a restraining order earlier pete in bodybuilding. But at the age of nongender opportunity to do it,” Baird
Sharon Osbourne is 64. Guillermo del Toro this year and was placed on probation. 63, he’s now done something he’s said.
is 66. is 54. Court records show warrants were never done before — compete as a man Bennett, who traveled from San
issued this summer after several proba- for the first time in what’s billed as the Francisco and competed in the compe-
Retired MLB All-Star Joe Pepitone is 78. Former Sen. Trent tion violations were filed against world’s only transgender bodybuilding tition’s Masters class, said he was
Lott, R-Miss., is 77. C-SPAN founder Brian Lamb is 77. Burns. He has been in the Greene competition. “very proud to compete without a top
Rhythm-and-blues singer Nona Hendryx is 74. Singer County jail since Aug. 28. Bennett and seven fellow competi- on.”
Jackson Browne is 70. Nobel Peace laureate Jody Williams is He does not have an attorney listed tors went before a crowd Saturday “I competed as a woman. This wasn’t
68. Actor Gary Frank is 68. Actor Richard Chaves is 67. Actor in online court records. evening in the annual International available to me. We didn’t even have
Robert Wuhl is 67. Actor Tony Shalhoub is 65. Musician Association of Trans Bodybuilders the dream of a transgender bodybuild-
James Fearnley (The Pogues) is 64. Actor John O’Hurley is Los Angeles woman competition at a theater in Atlanta. ing competition. It’s unheard of,”
64. Writer-producer-director-actor Linwood Boomer is 63. Pro The competition has attracted body- Bennett said as he applied fake tan on
and College Football Hall of Famer Mike Singletary is 60. looking for her dog killed by car builders from across the country and himself, along with a hint of glimmer.
Actor Michael Pare is 60. Jazz musician Kenny Garrett is 58. LOS ANGELES — A woman who wit- even Russia since it began in 2014, The evening was also special because
Rock singer-musician Kurt Neumann (The BoDeans) is 57. nesses say was looking for her dog was according to executive director and Bennett’s wife of 31 years, Erica Grace,
Country singer Gary Bennett is 54. Former British Prime fatally hit by a car just one block away head judge Bucky Motter. Competitors watched him compete for the first time
Minister David Cameron is 52. Singer P.J. Harvey is 49. from her Los Angeles home. were judged in the categories of light- since he transitioned and had surgery at
Movie director Steve McQueen (Film: “12 Years a Slave”) is Los Angeles police tell KTLA-TV weight, middleweight, heavyweight 56.
49. World Golf Hall of Famer Annika Sorenstam is 48.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these Jumbles, Oct. 6 Powerball Fantasy Five
one letter to each square, Tue s day :   Sunny. Highs in the 60s.
Get the free JUST JUMBLE app • Follow us on Twitter @PlayJumble

to form four ordinary words. 1 22 27 53 67 15 5 24 25 29 38 Southwest winds 5 to 10 mph increasing
to 15 to 20 mph in the afternoon.
NSUGT
Powerball

Oct. 5 Mega Millions Daily Four Tues day   ni g ht:  Partly cloudy. Lows in
the mid 50s.
27 28 32 41 69 12 3 7 9 5 Wednes day :  Partly cloudy. Highs in the
Mega number
Daily three midday 60s.
RFYUR Oct. 6 Super Lotto Plus Wednes day  ni g ht:  Mostly clear except patchy fog. Lows
0 7 8 in the lower to mid 50s.
3 14 15 16 26 4 Daily three evening Thurs day :  Sunny. Highs in the 60s.
Thurs day  ni g ht:  Mostly clear. Lows in the mid 50s.
MHPREA
Mega number

8 3 6 Fri day : Clear. Highs in the 60s. Lows in the mid 50s.
Saturday :  Sunny. Highs in the 60s to lower 70s.
The Daily Derby race winners are Lucky Charms, No.
Saturday   ni g ht:  Mostly clear. Lows in the upper 50s.
12, in first place; Big Ben, No. 4, in second place; and Southwest winds 10 to 20 mph.
Solid Gold, No. 10, in third place. The race time was
BOLBEW clocked at 1:44.76.
Sunday : Sunny. Highs in the 60s to mid 70s. North winds
5 to 10 mph becoming west 10 to 20 mph in the afternoon.
Now arrange the circled letters
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Tuesday • Oct 9, 2018 3
Officials to review Gates House redevelopment Police reports

Burlingame weighing plan to rebuild former fire-damaged historic house What happened?
A large brick was found near a broken
By Austin Walsh window on Main Street in Redwood
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF City, it was reported at 5:15 a. m.
Monday, Oct. 1.
Burlingame officials are set to examine a
redevelopment proposal for land where a
historic house was formerly located until it FOSTER CITY
suffered severe damage in a fire and demol- Arres t. A Union City resident was arrested
ished. for driving under the influence on State
The Burlingame Planning Commission Route 92 near Edgewater Boulevard, it was
will consider Tuesday, Oct. 9, a plan to reported at 7:44 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30.
rebuild the former Gates House site at 1214 Arres t. Someone was arrested for failure to
Donnelly Ave., into a new mixed-use devel- surrender to jail for a driving under the influ-
opment. ence charge, it occurred on Lakeside Drive,
The land near downtown where the Gates it was reported at 6:25 p.m. Friday, Sept.
House was formerly located is slated to be 28.
rebuilt into a new three-story project with Tres pas s i ng . A man was trespassing on
commercial space on the ground floor and Lakeside Drive, it was reported at 6:58 p.m.
14 units spread across the top two stories. Friday, Sept. 28.
Previously, the site was occupied by the Arres t. A San Mateo resident was arrested
home constructed in 1900 by the city’s first for driving under the influence on Foster
stationmaster G. W. Gates until it was City Boulevard, it was reported at 11:30
demolished earlier this year, following a p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27.
2013 four-alarm fire. Vandal i s m. Graffiti was found on a wall on
The damaged building sat vacant after the Tarpon Street it was reported at 11:01 a.m.
blaze that was started by the floor heater in A rendering of the proposed development at the former Gates House property. Thursday, Sept. 27.
a neighboring building. The fire’s toll was
clear from the charred exterior, visible had the house moved to its current location
behind a fence downtown prior to the demo- on Donnelly Avenue in 1917. It was deemed
lition permit’s issuance in March. to be a historical building, eligible for list-
Estimates suggested the property sustained ing on the local and national registers,
nearly $250,000 worth of damage in the around 2008.
fire. A city report claims the demolition was Some residents wished more had been
necessary as the vacant structure was done to protect the house prior to its demo-
becoming a public safety threat and a harbor lition, but city officials said the historical
of illicit and illegal activity by trespassers. significance was tied to former residents and
Gates, also the city’s third postmaster, not the structure. As a result, once the build-
commissioned to construct the building on ing was compromised, demolition was con-
Burlingame Avenue around 1900. He then
See GATES, Page 27
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4 Tuesday • Oct 9, 2018 LOCAL THE DAILY JOURNAL

Kenneth’Kenny’ M Chapel Sr. accomplished and cre- Heath and is survived by
Obituaries ative woman there was his children Antionette
Kenneth “Kenny” M Chapel Sr., 71, of nothing Ruth couldn’t Craviotto, Ernie Heath
Redwood City, California, formerly of death by his Please consider a donation to
the American Cancer Society in his memo- sew, knit, crochet, Jr., Joseph D’Amato and
Houston, Minnesota, upholster or paint. Michelle McGovern
died Wednesday, Oct. 3, ry, kenny-chapel.forevermissed.com.
The celebration of Kenny’s life will be 10 She was the oldest of along with his sons- and
2018, following a seven children and is sur- da ug h t e r s - i n - l a w
valiant battle with can- a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16, at the Money Creek
Town Hall in Houston, Minnesota, with a vived by her youngest Michael P. Craviotto,
cer. sister Judith Reese Dominic McGovern,
Kenny was born Aug. service at 1:30 p.m. Burial will immediate-
ly follow at the Money Creek Cemetery. Golden. She is also sur- Michelle Zalles, Caren
25, 1947, in La Crosse, vived by her son Kenneth Henning, daugh- Canziani; and seven grandchildren.
Wisconsin, to the late Ruth Margaret Henning ter Jane Henning Peltier, grandson Shane He is also survived by his girlfriend
Kenneth A and Dorothy Peltier, Shane’s wife Jennifer and four great- Carolyn Crivello and her family.
“Dollie” (Coulson) Ruth Margaret Henning, born Dec. 24, grandchildren Cassandra, Samuel, Charles Family and friends are invited to his
Chapel. He was raised in Money Creek, 1924, died Aug. 5, 2018, at her home in and Katlyn Rose (deceased). funeral 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 8, at Skylawn
graduated from Houston High School and Belmont, California. “Ruth will be in our hearts and forever
She was 93 years old, and had been a Memorial Park near Half Moon Bay.
attended Winona State University. He mar- missed.”
ried Marsha Carlson; they later divorced. longtime resident of the Bay Area for 77
years. As a public serv ice, the Daily Journal
Kenny served in Vietnam for the U.S. Army.
One of her passions was traveling the
Ernest F. Heath prints obituaries of approx imately 200
After farming in Houston, Minnesota, he words or less with a photo one time on a
world with her husband Roy till his passing Ernest F. Heath, 75, died peacefully on
was an airline pilot for over 20 years while space av ailable basis. To submit obituaries,
in 1994. Monday, Oct. 1, 2018.
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She continued traveling with her best A native of North Beach, San Francisco,
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friend Pat and daughter Jane. Ruth had been he also lived in San Mateo and Marin. Ernie
(James) Kaiser, Wisconsin, Emily (Scott) ies are edited for sty le, clarity, length and
a nurse for more than 24 years working at was in the fish business his whole life; 50
Bloomquist, Ecuador, Heidi (Chad) grammar. If y ou would lik e to hav e an obit-
Mills Hospital. She was vice president of plus years. Ernie loved his family and life.
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the AARP Chapter No. 139. Ruth was a He enjoyed playing golf, all kinds of sports
(Stephani) Chapel, Jr, Arizona; 10 grand- 200 words or without editing, please submit
champion bridge player with partner Ed at and a nice glass of vino.
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the Elks Club in San Mateo. Ruth was a very Ernie is preceded in death by his wife Judy
brothers and two sisters. He was preceded in ads@smdaily journal.com.

Taser used during information is asked to contact Detective Higgins Canyon Road east of Half Moon
Local briefs Nick Morsilli at (650) 522-7670 or nmor- Bay was fully contained and an evacuation
attempted robbery at business secured business, police said. silli@cityofsanmateo.org. request was rescinded, San Mateo County
Police are investigating an attempted Police surrounded the area and asked resi- People can also send anonymous tips at emergency officials said.
robbery early Monday morning at the Fish dents to shelter in place, but quickly lifted http://tinyurl.com/SMPDTips or by calling As of 4:20 p.m., what was called the
Market in San Mateo where three suspects the order after determining the suspects had (650) 522-7676. Higgins Canyon Fire has been contained.
attacked a man and used a Taser on him. fled prior to the arrival of officers. Cal Fire officials wrote on Twitter at 1:54
Officers responded around 4:50 a.m. to Detectives are reviewing possible sur- Grass fire burns p.m. about the blaze, which was burning 2-
the 1800 block of South Norfolk Street, veillance footage and interviewing witness- 3 acres in the area of Higgins Canyon Road.
where the caller reported being attacked by es connected to the case. Anyone with
about 3 acres on coast Cal Fire and Coastside Fire Protection
the suspects who forced their way into the A grass fire Monday afternoon on District crews responded to the fire.

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Cuomo: Limo shouldn’t have been on road; victims mourned
By Michael Hill and Sabrina Caserta But officials already saw some red flags,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cuomo said: The driver didn’t have the nec-
essary commercial license, and the vehicle
SCHOHARIE, N.Y. — The supersized lim- failed a state inspection that examined such
ousine that crashed and killed 20 people out- things as the chassis, suspension and
side a country store failed a safety inspec- brakes.
tion last month and shouldn’t have been on “In my opinion, the owner of this compa-
the road, and the driver wasn’t properly ny had no business putting a failed vehicle
licensed, New York’s governor said Monday. on the road,” the governor said while attend-
The state moved to shut down the owner, ing a Columbus Day Parade in New York
Prestige Limousine, as state and federal City. “Prestige has a lot of questions to
authorities investigated the cause of answer.”
Saturday’s wreck in Schoharie. The compa- He also said the limo — built by cutting
ny said it was taking its cars off the road apart a heavy-duty SUV and lengthening it
while conducting its own probe into the — had been created without federal certifica-
crash. tion, though NTSB officials said they hadn’t
The crash about 170 miles north of New yet determined whether the vehicle met fed-
York City came three years after another eral standards.
deadly stretch-limo wreck in New York state Prestige Limousine issued a statement
spurred calls for Gov. Andrew Cuomo to Monday expressing condolences to vic-
examine such vehicles’ safety. There is no REUTERS tims’ families and saying it was conducting
evidence the state took any steps to do so. Mourners during a candlelight vigil for the victims of a limousine accident in upstate New York. “a detailed internal investigation” while
As victims’ relatives tried to come to also meeting with state and federal authori-
grips with the tragedy that happened as a The 19-seater vehicle had at least some gled limo’s data recorders and mechanical ties.
group of friends and family were on their seat belts, but it was unclear whether anyone systems as well as the road, which has a his- The Gansevoort, New York-based compa-
way to a 30th birthday party, authorities had was wearing them, National Transportation tory as a danger spot. They are also looking ny said it pulled its cars from the road volun-
yet to say how fast the limo was going or Safety Board Chairman Robert Sumwalt into the driver’s record and qualifications tarily. But state police say they seized four
determine why it failed to stop and sped off said. and conducting an autopsy to see if drugs or Prestige cars, including the one that
the road at the bottom of a long hill. Investigators plan to examine the man- alcohol were factors. crashed.

SpaceX satellite launch lights
up night sky and social media
By Amanda Lee Myers “Something exploded in the sky west of
and John Antczak Phoenix,” Laura Gadbery wrote on Twitter.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “Anyone catch it or know what it was?”
Lloyd Lawrence, another user in Phoenix
— about 490 miles away from the launch
LOS ANGELES — When SpaceX launched site — said he was driving on Interstate 10
a rocket carrying an Argentine Earth-obser- when he saw the launch and “couldn’t
vation satellite from California’s Central believe my eyes.”
Coast, both the night sky and social media “I wondered who was holding the gigantic
lit up. flashlight in the sky,” he wrote.
People as far away as San Francisco, REUTERS
Others in Reno, Nevada — about 340
Sacramento, Phoenix and Reno, Nevada, miles away — also saw the galactic wonder.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launch is seen in Pasadena.
posted photos of the Falcon 9 rocket’s Jill Bergantz Carley wrote : “OK Twitter,
launch and return on Sunday night. It was what the heck is this #UFO #brightlight
the first time SpaceX landed a first-stage #plume-a-licious thing we just saw in the
booster back at its launch site at Vandenberg sky above #Reno — it radiated beams of
Air Force Base, about 130 miles northwest light!”
of Los Angeles. Debi Hammond wrote : “Strangest thing
The Air Force warned residents on the I’ve ever seen in the sky. Anyone know
Central Coast that they might see multiple what this is?”
engine burns by the first stage and hear one Californians from Los Angeles to
or more sonic booms as it returned. Sacramento — about 270 miles from the
But many far beyond the region were launch site — also posted their confusion.
taken by surprise when the launch illumi- Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti was
nated the sky, wondering what the other- among those trying to clear up the specula-
worldly looking sight was. Some speculated tion, tweeting a photo of the launch and
it was a comet or an alien aircraft. writing: “Nope, definitely not aliens.”
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U.S. Gulf Coast is bracing for
‘monstrous’ Hurricane Michael had a blunt message for their caregivers: “If
By Jennifer Kay and Gary Fineout
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS you’re responsible for a patient, you’re
responsible for the patient. Take care of
MIAMI — Residents of Florida’s them.”
Panhandle frantically filled sandbags, board- In the small Panhandle city of
ed up homes and secured boats Monday as Apalachicola, Mayor Van Johnson Sr. said
they anxiously awaited Hurricane Michael, the 2,300 residents are frantically preparing
which forecasters warned could smash into for a major hurricane strike that could be
the state’s Gulf Coast as a dangerous major unlike any there in decades.
hurricane within days. “We’re looking at a significant storm with
Fueled by warm tropical waters, Michael significant impact, possibly greater than
gained new strength by nightfall and could I’ve seen in my 59 years of life,” Johnson
reach major hurricane status with winds top- said of the city, straddling the shore of
ping 111 mph before its anticipated landfall Apalachicola Bay, a Gulf of Mexico inlet
Wednesday on the Panhandle or Big Bend that reaps about 90 percent of Florida’s oys-
area of Florida, forecasters warn. ters. REUTERS FILE PHOTO
Florida Gov. Rick Scott called Michael a By Monday evening, lines had formed at Conditions varied widely at the 4,563 properties U.S. Army contractors cleared in four counties,
“monstrous hurricane” with a devastating gas stations and grocery stories as people and some sites required extensive digging to remove contaminated soil.
potential from high winds, storm surge and sought emergency supplies even as evacua-
heavy rains.
Scott declared a state of emergency for 35
Florida counties from the Panhandle to
Tampa Bay, activated hundreds of Florida
tions were expected to intensify in coming
hours. Mandatory evacuation orders were
issued for residents of barrier islands,
mobile homes and low-lying coastal areas in
State homeowners: Wildfire
National Guard members and waived tolls to
encourage those near the coast to evacuate
inland. Scott also said Monday afternoon
that state health officials are reaching out to
Gulf, Wakulla and Bay counties.
In a Facebook post Monday, the Wakulla
County Sheriff’s Office said no shelters
cleanup made matters worse
would be open because Wakulla County shel- By Paul Elias too deep and took too much dirt from their
hospitals and nursing homes to be prepared. ters were rated safe only for hurricanes with THE ASSOCIATED PRESS lots. Driveways, retaining walls and side-
Following Hurricane Irma last year, 14 peo- top sustained winds below 111 mph. With walks that had not been damaged ended up
ple died when a South Florida nursing home Michael’s winds projected to be even damaged or removed, the homeowners said.
lost power and air conditioning. stronger than that, Wakulla County residents SANTA ROSA — One year after wildfires By the summer, nearly 1,000 homeowners
Of the elderly and infirm patients, Scott were urged to evacuate inland. devastated Northern California’s wine coun- had flooded the Army, state and local offi-
try and destroyed thousands of homes, the cials with complaints. After contractors
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ first experi- hauled away 2 million tons of debris, the
U.S. bans new mining claims Around the nation ence cleaning up after a wildfire has turned U.S. Army Corps declared that its mission
on public land near Yellowstone into an expensive bureaucratic mess. The had been accomplished and left without
As Zinke signed the mineral ban at an out- state’s top emergency official suspects fraud
EMIGRANT, Mont. — U. S. Interior door ceremony in Montana’s Paradise played a role. responding to homeowners’ complaints,
Secretary Ryan Zinke approved a 20-year Valley, a bank of clouds behind him broke Sonoma County Supervisor Shirlee Zane
In October 2017, state and local officials
ban on new mining claims in the towering apart to reveal the snow-covered flank of lacked the resources to quickly clear still- said.
mountains north of Yellowstone National Emigrant Peak. The picturesque, 10,915- smoldering toxic debris from 4,500 homes “These folks were traumatized by the fire
Park on Monday, after two proposed gold foot mountain has been at the center of the destroyed by a wildfire in and near Santa and then traumatized again by the cleanup,”
mines raised concerns that an area drawing said Zane, who represents Santa Rosa’s
debate over whether mining should be Rosa. So the Army was called in.
tourists from the around the globe could be hardest-hit neighborhoods. “Someone
allowed. The Army was in charge of awarding $1.3 needed to help us.”
spoiled.
billion in cleanup contracts to three con- In August, Zane and other Sonoma County
tractors, which hired dozens of smaller com- officials went to the state capitol in
panies to haul away the debris and dispose Sacramento and persuaded the California
of it in landfills. The hauling companies Office of Emergency Services to fix what the
were paid by the ton. The more they hauled, Army would not.
the more they earned. Director Mark Ghilarducci said the Office
The first complaints started almost as of Emergency Services has spent millions
soon as the first dump truck was loaded in repairing the damage, and more work
November. Homeowners said workers dug remains.

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Trump apologizes to Kavanaugh
during swearing-in ceremony
By Mark Sherman and Jill Colvin which he denied allegations that he sexual-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ly assaulted a woman in high school and
accused Democrats of orchestrating a parti-
WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice san campaign against him, Kavanaugh
Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in —again, for promised: “I’ll be the first justice in the
the cameras, this time — Monday night at a history of the Supreme Court to have a
White House ceremony, but not before group of all-women law clerks. That is who
President Donald Trump slammed I am.”
Kavanaugh’s opponents for a “campaign of Trump’s ceremony speech hammered a
personal destruction.” theme he has been hitting on all week: hop-
In a ceremony that could have been a uni- ing to energize Republicans by attacking
fying moment for the nation, Trump instead Democrats for opposing Kavanaugh.
delivered remarks that even he acknowledged Kavanaugh was “caught up in a hoax that
began “differently than perhaps any other was set up by the Democrats,” Trump said as
event of such magnitude.” he left the White House earlier in the day for
“On behalf of our nation, I want to apolo- a trip to Florida.
gize to Brett and the entire Kavanaugh fami- “It was all made up, it was fabricated and
ly for the terrible pain and suffering you have it’s a disgrace,” he said.
been forced to endure,” Trump said, address- Later, in Orlando, he called Kavanaugh “a
ing the bitter partisan fight over flawless person” and said “evil” people had
Kavanaugh’s nomination that became a tried to derail him with “False charges” and
firestorm after the emergence of sexual mis- “False accusations. Horrible statements that
conduct allegations, which Kavanaugh were totally untrue that he knew nothing
emphatically denied. about.”
With all the sitting justices in attendance, “It was a disgraceful situation brought
along with Kavanaugh’s family and top REUTERS
about by people that are evil. And he toughed
admiration officials, Trump said Kavanaugh U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh takes his oath during his ceremonial it out,” Trump said at the International
had been the victim of a “campaign of polit- public swearing-in as U.S. President Donald Trump and Kavanaugh’s daughters Liza and Association of Chiefs of Police meeting.
ical and personal destruction based on lies Margaret look on in the East Room of the White House. The climactic 50-48 roll call vote Saturday
and deception.” on Kavanaugh was the closest vote to con-
But, he told the new justice, “You, sir, It was the end of a deeply contentious nom- new justice’s four clerks all are women, the firm a justice since 1881. It capped a fight
under historic scrutiny, were proven inno- ination process that sparked mass protests, first time that has happened. that seized the national conversation after
cent.” Critics have argued the investigation an FBI investigation and a national reckon- The clerks are Kim Jackson, who previous- claims emerged that Kavanaugh had sexually
was not thorough enough to merit that con- ing over power, gender, sexual assault and ly worked for Kavanaugh on the federal assaulted women three decades ago.
clusion. the line between violence and adolescent appeals court in Washington, Shannon Kavanaugh emphatically denied the allega-
Kavanaugh officially became a member of transgression. And it comes less than a Grammel, Megan Lacy and Sara tions.
the high court Saturday and has already been month before pivotal midterm elections that Nommensen. The latter three all worked for The accusations transformed the clash
at work preparing for his first day on the will determine which party controls other Republican-nominated judges. Lacy from a routine struggle over judicial ideolo-
bench Tuesday. Congress. had been working at the White House in sup- gy into an angry jumble of questions about
In his own remarks, Kavanaugh, who has Ceremonial swearing-ins are unusual for port of Kavanaugh’s nomination. victims’ rights and personal attacks on nom-
faced criticism that he appeared too politi- new justices. Only Samuel Alito and Stephen In his Senate testimony last month, in inees.
cized in his Senate testimony, tried to assure Breyer participated in White House events
the American public that he would approach after they had been sworn in and begun work
the job fairly. He said the high court “is not as justices, according to the court’s records
a partisan or political institution” and on the current crop of justices.
assured he took the job with “no bitterness.” Kavanaugh and his law clerks already have
“The Senate confirmation process was been at the Supreme Court preparing for his
contentious and emotional. That process is first day on the bench Tuesday, when the jus-
over. My focus now is to be the best justice I tices will hear arguments in two cases about
can be,” he said. longer prison terms for repeat offenders. The

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8 Tuesday • Oct 9, 2018 NATION/WORLD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Two Americans win econ Nobel for work on climate By David Keyton and Paul Wiseman emissions, the policy encourages companies to find inno-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS vative ways to reduce pollution — and their tax burden.
Versions of a carbon tax have been used in Europe but have
STOCKHOLM — The Nobel prize in economics was yet to be adopted in the United States.
awarded Monday to one American who has studied the eco- Romer, who has studied why some economies grow faster
nomics of climate change — and to another whose research than others, has produced research that shows how govern-
on technological innovation has raised hopes that human ments can advance innovation. At a news conference
beings are creative enough to do something about it. Monday, Romer said his research has left him optimistic
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awarded the $1 that society can solve even a threat as deeply challenging
million prize to William Nordhaus of Yale University and as the warming of the planet.
Paul Romer of New York University. “Many people think that dealing with protecting the
Nordhaus, who has been called “the father of climate- environment will be so costly and so hard that they just
change economics,” developed models that suggest how want to ignore the problem,” Romer said. “They want to
governments can combat global warming. One key step he deny it exists; they can’t deal with it. I hope the prize today
has endorsed is a universal tax on carbon, which would could help everyone see that humans are capable of amazing
REUTERS FILE PHOTOS require polluters to pay for the costs that their emissions accomplishments when we set about trying to do some-
A combination picture shows William D. Nordhaus, left, and impose on society. thing.”
Paul Romer who have won the 2018 Nobel Economics Prize. By using a tax rather than government edicts to slash As economists, Nordhaus and Romer have worked inde-
pendently of each other. But to some longtime followers of
the Nobel committee, the decision to collectively honor
their research seemed a logical one.
“It’s an ingenious pairing,” said David Warsh, author of a
2007 book on Romer’s research, “Knowledge and the
Wealth of Nations.”
“Nordhaus has been concerned all along with repairing
the damage” to the global environment,” Warsh said.
“Romer has been writing about the means at your disposal”
to address such a technological challenge.
Indeed, the Nobel announcement came just one day after
the United Nations’ scientific panel issued an urgent call for
the world to take action about climate change — and explic-
itly cited Nordhaus’ work in asserting so. The
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change argued Sunday
that preventing an extra single degree of heat over the next
few decades could make a life-or-death difference for mil-
lions of people and ecosystems on Earth.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Tuesday • Oct 9, 2018 9
Letters to the editor Signs of the times
H
Working together for democracy or in opposition to any particular Yearbook Chair for three years at istory teaches us that human beings detest the
member or faction of the council. Brewer Island Elementary. She is the idea of uncertainty. We are always looking for
Editor, Rather, she will evaluate each item current chair of the Innovation the “silver bullet,” the “hidden treasure” or the
The strength of our democracy has carefully on its merits, bringing her Technology Advisory Committee.  “secret formula,” to bring certainty to the unknown.
been greatly diminished again and we business experience and knowledge to Richa brings a wealth of corporate This has driven our capacity to study, learn and make
need to reverse this trend or we’ll lose bear. She will stand up for what is and volunteer experience. She has a
our democracy. The selection of Brett educated interpretations about events that affect the
right. successful progressive career of 18 world around us.
Kavanaugh as one of our nine Richa is running a positive and years in leading financial services
Supreme Court justices is the latest Economic forecasting and interpretations can be
clean campaign, and has not engaged organizations. Currently she is work-
undermining of our constitutional traced back to the ancient Egyptians in their prediction
in negative campaigning. As voters, ing as Vice President, Digital
democracy. Platforms at Wells Fargo. of the harvest, or what some may call their GDP. The
it’s important that we make our deci- first weather forecasts were published in 1861 by
Our democracy can only succeed sions on which candidates to support Richa’s approach to leadership is
when the vast majority of citizens anchored in engaging with and listen- Admiral Robert FitzRoy, the first of many to successful-
based on their platforms and ly analyze atmospheric signs to interpret the weather.
trust each other and trust that the sys- approaches, rather than primarily on ing to Foster City residents. She has
tem will be fair and respectful. This is gained the respect and endorsements With time and vast technological improvements, socie-
what others say about them. Richa is
particularly important for the court of many local and regional leaders due ty has become fairly efficient in making interpretations
a person of integrity and compas-
since the justices are typically there to her experience and understanding about many aspects of our world. This includes election
sion, and she would make an out-
for decades. This great power given to of the issues facing our city. polling data, looming budget deficits, economic booms
standing member of our council.
a few people must only be given to I have found Richa to be a strong and busts, wars, storms and
I hope you will join me in support-
judges of the highest qualifications independent woman who is a smart, natural disasters.
ing and voting for Richa.
who the vast majority of people feels intelligent, high energy and driven From the moment we wake
will be fair, nonpolitical, honest and professional who deeply cares about up, many of us are inundated
Charlie Tomberg our community. She would bring to
just. Judge Kavanagh’s testimony with newsfeeds casting inter-
showed a person who is very political Foster City our City Council her unique corporate pretations, opinions and often
and a bit paranoid. He simply can’t be The letter writer is the chair of experience of arriving at decisions divisive rhetoric about the
trusted and trust in the court will be the Foster City Park s and Recreation via critical thinking and analysis of economy, politics and crime.
greatly diminished. Committee, commenting as a priv ate facts in a consensus driven and col- We can thank social media and
His nomination is by a president citizen. laborative manner. She will be an the mainstream news media for
who lost the popular vote due to our asset to the council. Further, she is
this. Nevertheless, my qualm
electoral college system that has extremely warm, friendly, approach-
More development able and a natural leader. On the coun- is not with our ability to inter-
selected two of our last three presi- pret the world around us.
cil, she will hit the ground running. I
dents. Further the Senate refused to Editor,
endorse Richa for City Council and I Improvements in science and Jonathan Madison
vote on Merrick Garland’s nomina- The article about new housing technology have given us
(“City has new proposal for more encourage you to support her.
tion. The Republicans removed the tools to make predictions that have saved countless
homes” in the Sept. 26 edition of the Vote, vote early and vote for Richa.
filibuster for Supreme Court justices. lives for centuries.
All these actions weaken trust in Daily Journal) was interesting. I am reminded of a warning that comes from the 16th
It is proposed that 1,633 new units Sam Hindi
democracy. chapter in the Book of Matthew. When the Pharisees
Meanwhile, we all need to look at will be built in the area of Delaware Foster City
The letter writer is the may or of challenged Jesus to bring forth a sign from the heavens,
how to elect better people to Street and Concar Drive (961 at
Foster City. Jesus exposed their inability to interpret that which
Congress and the presidency so that Passage, 599 at Station Park Green
mattered most about the world. Jesus acknowledged that
we can start to work together for the and 73 at the AAA site). I know we
the Pharisees were skilled in forecasting the appearance
common good rather than trying to need new housing but 1,633 units
force a “win” for one side that weak- will have how many cars associated Sue Lempert’s Monday column of the weather, storms and currents. In spite of all of
with them? Editor, their skilled advancements, Jesus continued, the
ens our democracy. As Benjamin
State Route 92 is already a joke. I wasn’t sure if I correctly read Sue Pharisees were limited to interpreting the appearance of
Franklin said, we have “A republic, if
Also, where will the people who live Lempert’s Monday column in refer- the weather. They could not interpret the signs of the
you can keep it.”
near there find a pharmacy with Rite ence to Judge Kavanaugh’s appoint- times that impacted their very existence. “Hypocrites,”
Aid closing? And where is AAA ment to the Supreme Court (“The decreed Jesus.
Kenneth Abreu going? Please find a way to fix the November ballot and its proposi- Pride would cause us to quickly distinguish our modern
San Mateo traffic problems before we have any tions” in the Oct. 8 edition of the society from the Pharisees who challenged Jesus. In
more development. Daily Journal). She stated that “now reality, we often face the same limitation which Jesus
that he has been appointed, the noted of the Pharisees. At the surface, we drive a self-
Awasthi for Foster City Council majority of Americans will be horri- serving appearance before our peers. After all, we are
Karen Farnesi fied, if not disappointed.”  Regardless educated by the latest news trends, tweets and opinion
Editor, of whether one is for or against the from some news networks. For many of us, careers and
I am pleased to endorse Richa San Mateo
appointment, I’d like for Lampert to social status bolster the weight of our opinions on cur-
Awasthi for Foster City Council. share the source of her insight and rent affairs.
Richa is a dedicated member of our
community who wholeheartedly Support for Richa Awasthi pronouncement. Did she conduct a These factors comfort us when opining on the signifi-
national poll, reach out to a signifi- cant issues impacting our nation.
wants to serve Foster City. She is Editor, cant sample of voters, speak with a Below the surface, many of us are searching for a sign
enthusiastic about preserving and Foster City voters have a choice to large number of Democrats, beyond what we can interpret physically. A sign beyond
expanding our excellent quality of elect councilmembers to represent Republicans and Independents? No, I the divisive opinion of our peers and media, or techno-
life, and has the business knowledge, them and lead our city to the future believe the most likely answer is she logical and scientific predictions about our world. We
collaborative approach and listening with the right vision and experience consulted her Ouija Board. search for meaning in what sometimes can feel like a
skills to understand the details of the to execute it. One of my choices for I understand her bias, and she’s world void of meaning. We search for compassion in a
issues and to get things done. this election is Richa Awasthi. entitled to her opinion, but she universe of pessimism. We search for purpose in a world
If elected, Richa will put what is Richa and her husband have been embarrassed herself with a statement that raises questions about our very existence. We search
best for Foster City first in her residing and raising their children in that she knows what the majority of for a light in a world enveloped in a garment of dark-
approach to issues before the council. Foster City for the past 15 years. Americans feel. That’s a politicians’ ness.
She will be an independent voice for Richa has a keen understanding of our domain. It is true that technology has given us abilities to
the people, and will work collegially community; she recognizes the great
interpret many aspects about the appearances of our
with the other members of that body opportunities as well as the chal-
world. This has done nothing to advance our understand-
in trying to find solutions that will lenges before us. She has been an Gilbert Amoroso ing about the signs of the times.
help make our city the best it can be. active volunteer serving in leadership Redwood City It is much easier to engage in political theatrics than
Richa will not be blindly beholden to roles such as Site Council Chair and
it is to consider forces driving them. Too many of us are
concerned with condemning our nation’s leaders from
OUR MISSION: differing political parties. Too few of us pray for our
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most nation’s elected officials, and too few of us turn our frus-
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for tration to the place it matters most — the voting booth.
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula.
By combining local news and sports coverage, Too many of us quickly engage in divisive political
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, rhetoric, rather than questioning why there is such divi-
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief
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Paul Moisio Jeff Palter provide our readers with the highest quality problems with our government and leadership, rather
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10 Tuesday • Oct 9, 2018 BUSINESS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Stocks end mixed, tech companies slide further
By Marley Jay China’s government injected
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS money into its cooling economy
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 26,529.35 by reducing the level of reserves
NEW YORK — U.S. stock index- Low: 26,223.09 banks are required to hold, and its
es found their footing after a sharp Close: 26,486.78 central bank told Chinese banks to
early loss Monday and finished Change: +39.73 lend more to entrepreneurs.
mixed. Technology companies Chinese leaders are trying to shore
OTHER INDEXES up economic growth that began to
sank for the third day in a row.
S&P 500: 2884.43 -1.14 cool after Beijing tightened lend-
Stocks slumped in morning trad-
ing following big declines late last NYSE Index: 13,000.14 -8.19 ing controls last year to rein in a
week. Some of the largest losses Nasdaq: 7735.95 -52.50 debt boom.
went to technology companies, NYSE MKT: 2721.57 +11.58 Hong Kong’s Hang Seng retreat-
including payment and credit card Russell 2000: 1629.52 -2.60 ed 1.4 percent and the Kospi in
companies. Indexes in Europe also Wilshire 5000: 29,788.14 -34.89 South Korea fell 0.6 percent.
dropped as Italy vowed to ramp up Japanese markets were closed for a
spending that will increase its 10-Yr Bond: 3.23 +0.01 holiday.
deficit. Oil (per barrel): 74.23 -0.11 Brazil’s main stock index staged
A sharp increase in bond yields Gold : 1,192.10 -13.50 its biggest rally in two and a half
last week had startled investors and years, jumping 4.6 percent for its
prompted them to shift money out tries), and I expect them to do that Microsoft lost 1.1 percent to come from the trade spat. highest close since May after far-
of stocks. Bond markets in the U.S. with Japan as well,” she said. “The $110.85. “There’s the potential for China right candidate Jair Bolsonaro led
were closed for the Columbus Day ultimate goal is to bring China to Alphabet, Google’s parent com- to place an embargo on rare earth the first round of presidential vot-
holiday and stock trading was rela- its knees.” pany, fell 1 percent to $1,155.92 metals, which would be very disrup- ing by an unexpectedly wide mar-
tively light. The S&P 500 index dipped 1.14 after it said a flaw in its Google Plus tive to some parts of the tech indus- gin. He’s now the favorite in the
Banks, which often rise along points to 2,884.43. The Dow Jones social network may have exposed try,” she said. “Tech is not going to final election later this month.
with interest rates, continued their Industrial Average reversed an early personal information of as many as be unscathed in a trade war.” Bolsonaro has repeatedly said he
advance. High-dividend compa- loss of 223 points and rose 39.73 500,000 people. It will end Google Overseas, Italy’s deputy premier doesn’t understand the economy
nies, which tend to fall when yields points, or 0.2 percent, to Plus for consumers next year. vowed to press ahead with a plan to and has also spoken approvingly
go up, recovered some of their loss- 26,486.78. Google found the problem in increase spending and the country’s of Brazil’s 1964-1985 dictator-
es from last week. The Nasdaq composite sank March, and the Wall Street Journal deficit even after the European ship. But business leaders and
Kristina Hooper, chief global 52.50 points, or 0.7 percent, to reported that the company didn’t Commission expressed “serious financial markets approved of his
market strategist for Invesco, said 7,735.95. The Russell 2000 index disclose it at the time, partly to concern” about the notion. choice of an esteemed banker as
technology companies have of smaller-company stocks slipped avoid scrutiny from regulators and Italy’s FTSE MIB dropped 2.4 head of his economic team, and
dropped because investors are con- 2.60 points, or 0.2 percent, to damage to its reputation. The com- percent and Italian bond prices they oppose the left-leaning
cerned that they are vulnerable as 1,629.51. The Nasdaq and Russell pany didn’t comment on that dropped, sending yields higher. Workers’ Party.
the Trump administration wraps up are each coming off their worst report. Germany’s DAX fell 1.4 percent and With bond markets in the U.S.
trade negotiations with Mexico, week since late March. Hooper, of Invesco, said tech- the CAC 40 in France sank 1.1 per- closed, the yield on the 10-year
Canada and Korea and zeroes in on Among payment technology nology companies have been cent. In Britain, the FTSE 100 fell Treasury note, an important bench-
China. companies, PayPal slid 3.2 percent returning big profits this year, 1.2 percent. mark for mortgages and other types
“The U.S. has made very signifi- to $80.55 and Mastercard fell 2.3 so investors have been slow to The euro sank to $1.1488 from of long-term loans, stayed at 3.22
cant concessions (to those coun- percent to $208.26. Elsewhere, recognize the harm that could $1.1525. percent.

Facebook wants people to invite its cameras into their homes
By Michael Liedtke device, called Portal, as a way for people install appliances, light- cacy group that has received dona- video calls, adding that the Portal
and Barbara Ortutay its more than 2 billion users to ing and security systems that can tions from Facebook and other camera won’t use facial recogni-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS chat with one another without hav- be controlled over the internet. tech companies. tion or identify people in the
ing to fuss with positioning and Portal represents Facebook’s Earlier this year, Facebook had video calls. The device will allow
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook other controls. The device features entry into that fray. But pointing to acknowledge that as many as 87 users to disable the camera and
is launching the first electronic a camera that uses artificial intelli- an artificially intelligent camera million people may have had their microphone with a single tap and
device to bear its brand, a screen gence to automatically zoom as into peoples’ homes could well data accessed by Cambridge to lock it with a numerical pass-
and camera-equipped gadget people move around during calls. raise other privacy questions. Analytica, a data mining firm that code. There’s also a physical cam-
intended to make video calls easier Since Echo’s release nearly four “The first thing consumers are worked for the Trump campaign era cover to prevent recording.
and more intuitive. years ago, both Google and Apple going to wonder is ‘how much sen- and aimed to use the data to influ- Portal will not display Facebook
But it’s unclear if people will have followed Amazon in releas- sitive data is this collecting about ence elections. More recently, ads “at this time,” the company
open their homes to an internet- ing smart speakers designed for me?”’ said John Breyault, vice Facebook revealed that hackers said, although it noted that third-
connected camera sold by a compa- use with their other digital servic- president of public policy of managed to pierce its security to party services such as music
ny with a questionable track record es — some of them, at least. These telecommunications and fraud at break into 50 million accounts . streaming might embed their own
on protecting user privacy. speakers can serve as hub-like the National Consumers League, a Facebook says it won’t “listen ads the same way they do on other
Facebook is marketing the controllers for “smart” homes as Washington-based consumer advo- to, view or keep the contents “ of devices.

Netflix to bring new U.S. Business brief
production hub to New Mexico
economic development funding is being
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Netflix has tapped to bring Netflix to New Mexico.
chosen New Mexico as the site of a new Republican Gov. Susana Martinez and
U.S. production hub and is in final negotia- Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller, a Democrat,
tions to buy an existing multimillion-dol- touted the investment and said lengthy
lar studio complex on the edge of the state’s efforts to put New Mexico on the movie-
largest city, government and corporate lead- making map are paying off.
ers announced Monday. “This is awesome,” the governor told
It’s the company’s first purchase of such a dozens of people gathered inside a cav-
property, and upcoming production work in ernous sound stage at ABQ Studios. “This
Albuquerque and at other spots around New massive investment will have a huge
Mexico is forecast to result in $1 billion in impact of course on New Mexico and con-
spending over the next decade. tinue our efforts to grow and diversify the
More than $14 million in state and local economy.”
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<<< Page 15, Breida doubtful for
next Monday’s game in Green Bay
Tuesday • Oct. 9, 2018

Mateo freshman hits medalist trifecta facing its busiest week of the season, the
By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Athlete of the Week team also had to contend with its most piv-
Since taking up the Huang, though, has medaled with regular- otal showdown in not just one, but two
Lindsey Huang was never much one for sport three years ago, ity this season. The first came in San matches, three days apart, with Carlmont.
sports. Huang has emerged as Mateo’s second match of the year, a win Both San Mateo and Carlmont entered the
Growing up, she dabbled with ballet les- Mateo’s best freshman over Burlingame. Since then she has faired week tied for first place as the last two unbeat-
sons, and tried some recreational swim- girls’ golfer in four years. so well on the links that the actual number en teams in the Peninsula Athletic League
ming. Neither of these disciplines took. That was the last time a of medals she’s earned in her inaugural var- Bay Division. The Bearcats’ other opponent,
“I’m not very athletic,” Huang said. freshman earned medalist sity season escapes her. Aragon, had three losses on its record and was
Now, with her discovery of golf, the San Lindsey Huang honors — the award “I’ve lost track,” Huang said. still mathematically in reach of first place.
Mateo High School freshman has been bestowed on a golfer who What’s certain is Huang earned three
named Daily Journal Athlete of the Week. earns the top score in a team match. medalist honors last week. With San Mateo See AOTW, Page 12

Special season
New NFL passing king
Saints QB surpasses Manning as NFL’s all-time leading passer
could get even
By Brett Martel
better for SHP
I
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
t’s common knowledge that the
Sacred Heart Prep boys’ water polo
team is the best team in the Central
NEW ORLEANS — Drew Brees has become
Coast Section, by virtue of winning
the NFL’s all-time leader in yards passing —
seven straight section titles — including
and he did it in style.
last year’s inaugural Open Division
The 39-year-old Brees eclipsed Peyton
championship.
Manning’s previous record of 71,940 yards
It’s also well established the Gators are
with a 62-yard touchdown pass to rookie
among the best in Northern California as
Tre’Quan Smith during the second quarter of
they advance to the first-ever Nor Cal
Monday night’s game against the
championship game, falling 8-6 to
Washington Redskins.
Drake-San Anselmo in the Nor Cal final.
After the record-breaking completion, offi-
The program, in
cials stopped the game and
its 14th season
the game ball was handed
under Brian
over to Pro Football Hall
Kreutzkamp, has
of Fame officials on the
sent scores of
sideline while the
players to the
Superdome crowd offered a
Division I college
standing ovation. Brees
ranks as well as
removed his helmet, held
various levels of
out his arm to salute the
the national team.
crowd and hugged his
Tre’Quan The 2018 edition
wife, Brittany, and chil-
Smith of the Gators has
dren on the sideline.
not only picked up
“I love you guys so much,” Brees said
where they finished
while hugging his three boys as Brittany
last year, but they have taken another
held their daughter nearby. “You can accom-
leap forward. They had another strong
plish anything in life if you’re willing to
showing at another prestigious Southern
work for it.”
California tournament, taking the S&R
Brees entered the game needing 201 yards
Sports Invitational tournament in Irvine
for the record. He passed for 250 by half-
over the weekend for the second year in a
time, completing 17 of 20 passes, including
row. Comprised of some of the best teams
two TD tosses and no interceptions, as his
the state has to offer — both North and
fellow athletes saluted him on social media.
South — SHP won all four of their match-
“Congrats on the achievement/milestone.
es, beating Huntington Beach 12-7 in the
Sheesh that’s a lot of passing yards!!”
title game.
LeBron James tweeted.
Earlier this season, they had a second-
In a victory at Atlanta earlier this season,
place finish in the Elite Eight Tournament,
Brees broke Brett Favre’s career record of
losing to Harvard Westlake, considered
6,300 completions. Brees still needs 42
one of the top-two teams in the state.
touchdown passes to surpass Manning’s
They Gators already have three
record of 539, something the Saints quarter-
Division I college commits — Andrew
back could achieve next season if he main-
Churukian and Larsen Weigle (Stanford),
tains his current level of play. But Brees
and Walker Seymour (Harvard) — and
also would have to outpace New England’s
Kreutzkamp expects another four to com-
Tom Brady, who has 500 TD passes, the CHUCK COOK/USA TODAY SPORTS mit later in the recruiting period.
Saints quarterback Drew Brees celebrates after setting the all-time NFL passing record
See BREES, Page 14 Monday night against Washington at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. See LOUNGE, Page 14

Machado powers L.A. into NLCS
By Paul Newberry won a World “We have eight more wins to go.”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Inside Series since Manny Machado hit a three-run
1988, nothing homer and David Freese came through
ATLANTA — The Los Angeles less will do. again in the postseason to lead the
Dodgers went through all the expected “We all know Dodgers into the NL Championship
motions after winning a playoff that there’s a lot Series for the third year in a row. Los
series. more work to be Angeles moved on to face the Brewers
They broke out T-shirts and caps. Astros sweep Tribe, done, ” Dodgers after taking out the Baby Braves 3-1 in
They posed for pictures in the middle await winner of Red manager Dave the best-of-five series.
of SunTrust Park. They doused each Sox-Yankees series Roberts said Game 1 is Friday night in
other with beer in the clubhouse. See Page 13 after his team Milwaukee, the Dodgers’ fourth cham-
Then, just like that, their focus finished off the pionship series in six seasons. BRETT DAVIS/USA TODAY SPORTS
turned to bigger goals ahead. Atlanta Braves with a 6-2 victory Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado hits a three-run home
For a power-packed team that hasn’t Monday in the NL Division Series. See DODGERS., Page 13 run in the seventh inning Monday in Game 4 of the NLDS.
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Honor roll
Ari anne Herrera, Terra No v a v o l - seven in the first half. Heimuli, a senior
l ey bal l . 4-11 sophomore. The Lady Tigers linebacker, accounted for three of those
have earned their first-place standing in the overall sacks and recorded a team-high 11
PAL Ocean Division, and how, winning each tackles.
of their last four league matches in five sets. Then, Barker on the second play of the
Terra Nova’s most recent victory was last second half bounced off two tackles at the
Thursday’s 23-25, 25-20, 25-20, 23-25, line of scrimmage to dash 75 yards for a
15-12 win over Mills with a phenomenal touchdown. The senior quarterback went on
performance by Herrera. The sophomore, to total 286 yards (169 passing and two
who stands just 4-11, scored four service TDs; 117 rushing and a TD).
aces and matched her career-high with 28 Franklin added two long scores, one each
kills. side of the ball. With M-A getting the ball
Lucas Meredi th, Burl i ng ame fo o t- right back after Barker’s long score,
bal l . The sophomore running back led the Franklin took a reception off a bubble
Panthers’ 321-yard ground attack with 95 screen 50 yards for a touchdown. The soph-
yards and four touchdowns on just 13 carries omore also logged two interceptions,
in his team's 51-0 win over South City. including a pick-6 which he nabbed at the
Adding to Burlingame’s rushing tally was Bears’ 1-yard line and took 99 yards for a
junior Devon Malashus (six carries, 69 score.
yards and a TD); junior Leo Epstein (nine Cas e y Ort o n , Wo o ds i de b o y s ’
Darian Dennler had one of Carlmont’s three carries, 62 yards and a TD); and sophomore c ro s s - c o un t ry . The annual Artichoke Menlo’s Sianna Houghton totaled a season-
interceptions against Capuchino. Wyatt McGovern (two carries for 48 yards). Invitational in Half Moon Bay saw Orton high 17 kills against rival Sacred Heart Prep.

D
ari an Dennl er, Carl mo nt fo o t- Mi chael Fearo n, Mi l l s bo y s ’ water blow away the field in the 2.33-mile race. scored two touchdowns — one on offense,
bal l . Just two weeks into league po l o . Fearon has been a force all season for Not only was the sophomore’s time of 12 one on defense. Richardson caught a quick
play, the Scots moved into sole the PAL Ocean Division-leading Vikings, minutes, 17 seconds a massive win in the slant that he turned into a 76-yard score and
possession of first place in the PAL Lake and continued his tear in last week’s wins large school boys’ varsity race, topping M- also had a 55-yard interception return for a
Division with a 28-16 win over Capuchino. over Capuchino and Woodside Priory. The A junior Ethan Mimeles by 12 seconds, his TD. Grady turned a 15-yard crossing pattern
Carlmont benefitted from six turnovers, junior scored a game-high four goals in a 7-2 time was the best of any of the two boys’ into a 34-yard touchdown early in the third
including three interceptions. Dennler pro- victory over Cap, backed by 19 saves by jun- varsity races on the day, and improved on quarter. He later added a 30-yard fumble
duced the first, and arguably the biggest, in ior goalkeeper Nuri Capanoglu. Fearon his personal performance from one year ago recovery for a touchdown. He went on to
the second quarter, protecting a 14-0 Scots scored three more goals in an 11-3 win over by 1 minute, 34 seconds. produce a career-high 19 tackles.
lead by coming up with an INT in the red Priory, with Capanoglu totaling 17 saves. Manny Ag ui l era, El Cami no fo o t- Si anna Ho ug hto n, Menl o Scho o l
zone. The senior linebacker then closed the Senior Rhys Girouard added three goals on bal l . The Colts pulled off a major upset v o l l ey bal l . It’s tough to choose between
half with a big stop, also in the red zone, tak- the week for the Vikings, who are now 9-0 in Friday by handing Woodside its first loss in Houghton and reigning Daily Journal
ing down Cap quarterback Brandon Malaingi PAL Ocean play. league this season, holding the Wildcats to Athlete of the Week Grace King in Menlo’s
on a keeper at the Carlmont 6-yard line to Dani el Hei mul i , Jaeden Barker and a lone touchdown in a 13-7 victory. Elco’s four-set win last4 Tuesday over rival Sacred
keep the shutout intact going into halftime. Tro y Frankl i n, Menl o -Atherto n fo o t- defense was led by Aguilera, as the senior Heart Prep. Each totaled a match-high 17
Lars en Wei g l e, Sacred Heart Prep bal l . The halftime score between PAL Bay defensive back totaled three interceptions. kills, and each recorded a double-double;
b o y s ’ wat e r p o l o . Weigle, a senior Division frontrunners M-A and Terra Nova Di l l o n Grady an d Jade n King finished with 15 digs and Houghton
attacker committed to playing next year at was an unlikely 2-0 margin in favor of the Ri chards o n, Menl o Scho o l fo o tbal l . 19. But Houghton was the more efficient
Stanford, scored six goals in a 12-7 win M-A Bears, much in part to a tremendous Grady, a senior, and Richardson, a junior, shooter, by far, totaling a .350 hitting per-
over Huntington Beach to take the champi- sack rate in the early defensive battle. The who both play WR/DB, both made impacts centage while recording her season-high in
onship of the S&R Sports Invitational in Bears — who went on to win it 30-8 — on both sides of the ball in the Knights’ 44- kills and her career-high for a five-set for-
Irvine over the weekend. totaled nine sacks in the game, including 25 win over Half Moon Bay. Both players mat with 4.5 kills per set.

Suns 117, Warriors 109 NBA preseason
Deandre Ayton and Ryan Anderson scored
18 points apiece for showed Kerr telling the referees, “I don’t
Phoenix. want to be here anyway.”
Stephen Curry led Andre Igoudala, Draymond Green, Klay
Golden State with 23 Thompson and Shaun Livingston did not play.
points in 23 minutes. The Suns announced earlier Monday that
Kevin Durant added 12 General Manager Ryan McDonough had
points, five rebounds and been fired.
five assists. Trevor Ariza hit 4 of 8 from 3-point range
Warriors head coach and finished with 17 points.
Steve Kerr was ejected in Up nex t: Golden State plays the Lakers
Steve Kerr at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on
the third quarter for argu-
ing a foul called on Stephen Curry. Replays Wednesday.

by the same 222-239 score.

AOTW “I think I was definitely surprised by my
performance,” Huang said of her freshman
campaign. “But it isn’t just my perform-
DENNIS SCHNEIDLER/USA TODAY SPORTS Continued from page 11 ance. It’s my entire team working together.”
Islanders goaltender Robin Lehner makes a save as San Jose Sharks center Tomas Hertl,left, San Mateo senior Lynn Sasaki has actual-
and right wing Kevin Labanc attempts to put in the rebound Monday at Barclays Center. ly played as San Mateo’s No. 1 for most of
Mateo came out smelling like a rose, win- the year. Huang, though, has been the
Sharks blanked in Big Apple ning all three matches to clinch the PAL Bay
Division championship, its first since
2014.
team’s leading scorer.
The last San Mateo freshman to earn
medalist honors was Kieran Sangha in
By Vin A. Cherwoo Anders Lee, Scott Mayfield, Matt Martin “Those three wins we had last week were
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and Casey Cizikas scored to help New York 2014. But even she, playing with her older
huge wins,” San Mateo head coach Jimmy sister Aman Sangha, a junior that season,
get new coach Barry Trotz his first win at Ikeda said. “That was a really key week for
NEW YORK — Robin Lehner had quite a home. The Islanders, who opened the season didn’t post the best individual score as fre-
us.” quently as Huang has. To find a Mateo fresh-
debut with the New York Islanders in his first with an overtime win at Carolina last
Thursday, then lost their home opener to In the two face-offs against Carlmont — man with that type of consistency, you’d
regular-season game in more than six one was a rescheduled match from the start
months. Nashville two nights later. have to go back to Aman Sangha’s freshman
With New York leading 3-0, Lehner denied of the year — a friendly rivalry was born season of 2012.
Lehner stopped 35 shots for his ninth career between Huang and Carlmont sophomore
shutout, leading the Islanders to a 4-0 victory Tomas Hertl on the doorstep with 1:40 left to “So she’s been a real treat,” Ikeda said.
preserve the shutout and get his first win Viveka Kurup. In the first matchup last And she’s having a blast.
over the Sharks Monday. Monday, the two shared medalist honors,
“It was a really good game, a fun game to against the Sharks after coming in 0-4 with a Huang took up golfing on a whim three
3.33 GAA in four games against them. each shooting a 3-over 38 at Poplar Creek years ago when invited to play with her
play,” he said. “I was a little bit nervous at the Golf Course, with San Mateo winning 222-
beginning, to be honest. Then we got a cou- Cizikas added a short-handed empty-netter father and brother. She didn’t have much
with 56 seconds left to cap the scoring. 239. success playing her first round; not many
ple of easy ones right from the start to kind of
get us settled down a little bit.” Martin Jones finished with 26 saves for San “The Carlmont match was one that was golfers do. Where she did succeed, however,
Lehner, who signed with the Islanders in Jose, which has lost two of its first three games. interesting,” Huang said. “I heard a lot about was in establishing an immediate affinity
July, played for the first time since last March “They played a desperate game,” Sharks their team and their top player. So, I was with the sport.
29 for Buffalo. He left that game against coach Peter DeBoer said. “They blocked really looking forward to meet her. … And “There was a connection with the club
Detroit because of a panic attack and was sub- shots. They were heavy. ... And you have to we became really good friends.” when I first swung it,” Huang said. “Golf
sequently treated for alcohol and drug addic- give their goalie credit. He made big saves at Two days later — with San Mateo needing was something new, something different
tion and also diagnosed with bipolar disorder, the right time.” a win to wrap up the Bay crown; a loss and that I could express my passion with.”
ADHD and PTSD. The Islanders got on the scoreboard late in a Mateo and Carlmont would have been on Huang, who had still been dallying in bal-
“I try to just move forward here, but obvi- second period in which they outshot the track to share the title — Huang bettered her let, immediately decided to hang up her slip-
ously a little bit special,” said Lehner, who Sharks 12-8. San Jose came up empty on two score with a 2-over 37, two strokes better pers. It was clear her Cinderella story was
was 14-26-9 with three shutouts and a 3.01 power plays before New York broke through than Kurup’s 39. More importantly for destined instead for the golf course.
goals-against average for the Sabres last sea- on its man advantage as Lee knocked in the Huang and her teammates, the Bearcats won “It was pretty magical,” Huang said.
son. “I felt real good back in the game again, rebound of Josh Bailey’s shot from the right
doing what I love, perfectly healthy. Feel bet- circle for his second at 14:34. It gave Lee a
ter to have it done, and just start a new chapter power-play goal for the second straight game,
with a new team in a new city.” and New York its third in three.
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Holt hits for cycle
Sweep! as Sox rout Yanks
By Mike Fitzpatrick
Reigning champs THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK — Brock Holt became the
make quick work first player to hit for the cycle in a postsea-
son game and the Boston Red Sox routed the
of Tribe in ALDS New York Yankees 16-1 on Monday night to
grab a 2-1 lead in their best-of-five AL
Division Series.
By Tim Withers
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Andrew Benintendi lined a three-run dou-
ble and Holt tripled home
CLEVELAND — As his teammates sprayed two more in a seven-run
each other with champagne and beer in fourth inning that quick-
Houston’s buzzing clubhouse, ace Justin ly turned the latest play-
Verlander stayed clear of the fray and foam off matchup between
while enjoying a cigar. these longtime rivals
This wasn’t the time to get soaked. Bigger into a laugher. Handed a
parties lie ahead. DAVID RICHARD/USA TODAY SPORTS big early lead, Nathan
The Astros are back in an October orbit. Astros shortstop Carlos Correa forces out Cleveland third baseman Josh Donaldson in the Eovaldi shut down his
The defending World Series champions ninth inning of Game 3 of the American League Division Series Monday at Progressive Field. Brock Holt former team during New
advanced to the AL Championship Series for Marwin Gonzalez hit a two-run double off York winner for a shot to play for another York’s most lopsided
the second straight year — with surprising Bauer in a three-run seventh inning , and the championship. defeat in 396 postseason games.
ease — by completing a division-round Astros scored 10 runs in their final three at- George Springer homered twice, Carlos Boston battered an ineffective Luis
sweep of Cleveland on Monday with an 11- bats to turn a series that was supposed to be Correa hit three-run homer for his first hit of Severino and silenced a charged-up Yankee
3 lashing in Game 3 helped by two key competitive into a complete rout. the postseason and Houston’s bullpen com- Stadium crowd that emptied out fast on a night
throwing errors from Indians reliever Trevor “We’re the reigning world champs, and we bined for four scoreless innings, including when Red Sox rookie manager Alex Cora
Bauer. made all the right moves. By the ninth, back-
really have a good ability to show up for the six straight outs by winner Collin McHugh
“No one takes anything for granted here,” up catcher Austin Romine was on the mound
day,” Houston manager A.J. Hinch said. “So , as the AL West champions served notice
Verlander said. “That’s the DNA of the guys for New York — he gave up a two-run homer
proud of our guys, the work they put into the that a second Series title is on their itiner-
in this clubhouse. This team has a propensi- to Holt that completed his cycle.
winter. It was a short winter for us. As you ary.
ty to do big things in big spots. This is an Game 4 is Tuesday night in the Bronx,
can see, our guys are pretty hungry to After the Astros finished this demolition where the 108-win Red Sox can put away the
atmosphere that breeds winning. advance.” of the Indians, they briefly celebrated on the wild-card Yankees for good and advance to
“We have the most complete team in base- The Astros moved to the ALCS on-deck infield at Progressive Field before donning the AL Championship Series against
ball.” circle, where they await the Boston-New ski goggles in their clubhouse. Houston. Rick Porcello is scheduled to
pitch for Boston against CC Sabathia.
Game 4 with a run-scoring double in the first Puig for a 3-2 lead.

DODGERS
Boosted by noisy fans in their homer-friend-
, and effectively wrapped up the series with “You just gotta be ready,” Freese said. ly ballpark, the Yankees entered 7-0 at home
his seventh-inning shot off rookie Chad “Whether you’re in high school, college, the past two postseasons — against out-of-
Sobotka that cleared the Dodgers’ bullpen in whatever, just be ready. You don’t have to be division opponents. But the Red Sox, frequent
Continued from page 11 left. the best player in the world, you don’t have visitors of course, were hardly intimidated.
“There are so many expectations put on to make the most money, but you’re going Holt, making his first playoff start this
him,” Roberts said. “We have a lot of good to have a shot to do something cool. I year, opened the fourth with a single off
“We prepared ourselves to get here, ” Severino and capped the outburst with a
Machado said, “and we’re not going to stop players, but I can’t say enough about his learned that early in my career. I just try and
focus and preparedness.” stick with it.” triple to right field. Holt also doubled home
till we get what we want.” a run in the eighth — he finished with five
Of course, this is just what the Dodgers Coming off a tense victory in Game 3, the Ryan Madson earned the win by getting RBIs and four of Boston’s 18 hits.
had in mind when they bolstered their Baby Braves grabbed the lead on pinch-hit- the final two outs in the fifth to escape a Eovaldi pitched for the Yankees from
already power-packed lineup by acquiring ter Kurt Suzuki’s two-run single in the bases-loaded jam. The Braves’ final gasp 2015-16 before injuring his elbow, which
the slugging shortstop — and free agent-to- fourth. came in the eighth, when Lucas Duda’s drive required a second Tommy John surgery.
be — from lowly Baltimore back in July. But Freese, the 2011 World Series MVP into the second deck in right drifted foul Boston acquired him from Tampa Bay in
Machado had only three hits in the series, with St. Louis, countered with a pinch-hit with two on against Kenta Maeda. Duda flied July and the hard-throwing righty compiled
but two of them were homers to go along single of his own in the sixth off Brad Brach out to end the inning, and Atlanta went down a 1.93 ERA in four starts against New York
with six RBIs. He got the Dodgers going in , driving home Cody Bellinger and Yasiel quietly in the ninth. this season — three with the Red Sox.

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Player of the Year, and attacker Weigle. team has taken their game up a notch. orthotics. For the last several years, I’ve

LOUNGE Their inside-outside game makes them one
of the most potent offenses in the country.
“I’m biased, but I think, offensively ...
“The consensus was, we had lost so much
from last year,” Kreutzkamp said, citing
the graduation of eight seniors from the
been plagued with tendonitis in my right
Achilles tendon, as a result of bone spurs
on my heels. It’s not a constant problem,
Continued from page 11 that is the case. I’ll go back to my (Los 2017 team. “But I knew we could be com- but it flares up every year or so and is more
Angeles Lakers) roots. They’re very simi- petitive. But after that, this team certainly or less debilitating. Anyone with any kind
lar to Shaq and Kobe. Two totally different has the talent to be elite. We’ve had kids of tendon/joint problems knows it’s the
All of this begs the question: Is this the worst in the morning and just before going
best SHP boys’ water polo team of all players and two different positions, but step up.”
together they were almost unstoppable,” While some may resent SHP’s embarrass- to bed. The rest of the day, it’s barely toler-
time? able, with extending sitting exacerbating
“If they finish, for sure (the best of all Kreutzkamp said. “We’re having to be way ment of water polo riches — which extends
more creative with [Churukian] because to the girls’ program as well — a bigger- the issue.
time),” Kreutzkamp said. “To be sitting [in
early October] at 14-1 with the schedule teams are really keying on him. But he’s picture view of things shows that the talent Because my calf muscles are always so
that we have, that’s as good as it’s been in still drawing double and triple teams. in all of CCS is exponentially better than tight, it pulls on my Achilles, which then
my tenure, by far.” “I saw (Weigle) had the potential, offen- it was a decade ago. Before, there were a rubs against the bone spur. Usually a flare-
Kreutzkamp is referring to finishing the sively. He had a great shot. But he was handful of elite teams – SHP, Bellarmine up lasts for a couple, three weeks, during
season and despite just running a major undersized as a freshman. In the last 12, 18 and Menlo School usually forming a tri- which time you can see me hobbling
gauntlet with seven tough games over 10 months, he’s really grown into (a water umvirate. And while those three teams con- around a sideline near you.
days, the Gators still have a formidable polo player body). He’s considered the best tinue to be the elite among the elite, the
challenge over the next month. They’ll fin- perimeter shooter in country.” club of quality high school programs con- When I’m experiencing once of these
ish up West Catholic Athletic League play If there was one question mark about this tinues to grow. flare-ups, the back of shoes rubbing on the
with St. Francis this week before co-host- year’s squad it was at goaltender, but in the “It’s very interesting,” Kreutzkamp said. back of my heel — even just a little — is
ing the North-South Challenge with St. Gators’ case, the rich get richer. For the “The level of talent in CCS, on the excruciating, so I get some relief from
Francis this weekend, a tournament that first time in his coaching career, Peninsula, is the best I’ve seen in 10 wearing slippers.
features the best teams in the country. Kreutzkamp is starting a freshman at goal- years.”
tender. Griffen Price may be young, but he *** But I think I may have found an answer
SHP, which has already wrapped up the to speeding the recovery process. I bor-
WCAL championship, will have a league is he talented. He’s the starting goaltender Let’s face it. Anyone who knows me
for the National Cadet Team and is a Junior rowed my mother-in-law’s muscle stimula-
bye next week before taking part in anoth- knows I’ll never win the most stylish
Olympics All American. tor — one those machines that provide
er rugged tournament, the Bellarmine-host- award. Most comfortable? Yes. Dressing up
mild electrical stimulation to muscles. I
ed Memorial Cup. “It’s not like we pulled him off the bas- for me is a polo shirt with my shorts.
used it Sunday night and Monday morning
After that, it’s the WCAL playoffs, fol- ketball court,” Kreutzkamp said with a But if you saw me anywhere last week, it and my heel feels as good as it has in about
lowed by the Central Coast Section Open laugh. “He’s considered the top 14-and- looked as if my laid-back style had finally 10 days.
tournament and the Nor Cal tournament. under (goaltender) in the country.” morphed into full-blown beach bum as I
But if there is any team equipped to finish But the Gators are more than just a trio of hobbled around in my slippers (flip flops,
with a flourish, it’s the Gators. They have, players. With a suffocating defense and an thongs, what have you. I find the term
quite possibly, the best 1-2 punch in the offense that can score in a variety of ways, “slipper” much more dignified).
Nathan Mollat can be reached by email:
state, if not the country, in 2-meter man the whole is better than the sum of their My choice in footwear had nothing to do nathan@smdailyjournal.com or by phone: 344-
Churukian, the reigning Daily Journal Polo parts. Kreutzkamp said everyone on the with aesthetics and more to do with 5200 ext. 117.

sand days of my life.” Saints officials said Brees also would In 2012, Brees also set the NFL record for

BREES “Thanks to you, that’s over now, ”
Manning continued as the laughter erupted
in the stands. “You’ve ruined that for me.”
hand his uniform over to the Hall of Fame
after the game.
Brees is in his 18th season out of Purdue.
consecutive games with a touchdown pass at
54. Brees surpassed Hall-of-Famer Johnny
Unitas’ streak of 47 straight — which had
Continued from page 11 “Also, let this serve as the congratula- The San Diego Chargers took the 6-foot stood since 1960. Former Saints receiver
tions for the touchdown record because as Brees at the beginning of the second round Devery Henderson, who caught the pass on
you can see I’m very busy,” Manning added. of the 2001 draft, but allowed him to leave which Brees broke Unitas’ mark, attended
only active player with more than Brees in Monday night’s game.
that category. Brees threw No. 499 in the “I don’t have time to keep doing these in free agency after a major throwing shoul-
third quarter on Monday night. videos for you.” der injury at the end of the 2005 season. The game featured other touches meant to
Manning, a New Orleans native whose On a more serious note, Manning said The Saints took a chance on Brees in honor Brees. In the press box, the
father, Archie, starred for the Saints, could Brees broke the record “the right way.” 2006, and the payoff has been extraordi- Superdome catering staff served “beefy
not attend the game because of a scheduling “All your hard work and dedication have nary. Brees has passed for more than 59,000 mac,” a meal of macaroni with ground beef
conflict. However, he had pre-recorded a paid off,” Manning said while holding up a yards and more than 400 TDs in 12-plus sea- that has long been one of Brees’ traditional
congratulatory message played on the photo of himself and Brees standing side- sons for New Orleans, smashing every meals on the night before games.
Superdome’s video boards. Shown on the by-side in 2000, when Brees was still at meaningful Saints passing record while Brees also was the final Saints player to
video slicing tomatoes, Manning dead- Purdue and Manning was a third-year pro. helping long-frustrated franchise win its run onto the field during pre-game introduc-
panned that his time as the career yards “You and I have come a long way since this first Super Bowl in 2010 and go to the play- tions as fans belted out elongated howls of
passing leader have been “the greatest thou- picture.” offs six times. “Dreeeeeeew.”

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THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Tuesday • Oct 9, 2018 15
Breida ‘doubtful’ due to ankle sprain
By Joe Stiglich tice field Thursday to begin prepar-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ing for their prime-time game
against the Packers.
SANTA CLARA — The injury Figure a point of emphasis will
news could have been worse regard- be protecting the ball better, after
ing Matt Breida, but it appears the San Francisco committed five
San Francisco 49ers will be without turnovers in Sunday’s loss to the
their top running back for at least previously winless Cardinals. It
one game. was the most turnovers for the
Breida underwent an MRI on 49ers since they had five against
Monday that showed a “serious Seattle on Sept. 15, 2013.
sprain” to his left ankle, according But another challenge for
to coach Kyle Shanahan. That like- Shanahan is keeping his players
KIRBY LEE/USA TODAY SPORTS
ly will sideline mentally focused. Many viewed the
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr is sacked by Chargers defensive end 49ers as a potential playoff team
Darius Philon in Oakland’s 26-10 loss Sunday at StubHub Center. Breida for next
Monday night’s before the season. Instead, they’ve

Gruden searches for positives game at Green
Bay.
“It was posi-
KYLE TERADA/USA TODAY SPORTS
49ers running back Matt Breida
lost four of their first five games
and suffered a psychological blow
when Garoppolo went down.
scores a TD against the Cardinals
even after Raiders fall to 1-4 tive news that it
wasn’t a high
ankle sprain,
Sunday at Levi’s Stadium.
Kansas City.
“It’s different in this day and age
where you hear everything,”
Shanahan said. “It’s hard to simpli-
By Josh Dubow because most of the things that are Without Breida, the 49ers would fy your world. And with social
bad, my fingerprints are all over,” Kyle Shanahan (but) he’ll prob- lean heavily on veteran Alfred media, when guys go home, even if
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ably end up
Gruden said. being doubtful this week,” Morris, who has shared ball-carry- guys don’t listen to things, their
ALAMEDA — The Raiders spent It was not easy to sugarcoat this Shanahan said. ing duties with Breida and is more wives do. Their girlfriends do. Their
the first quarter of the season get- game, which marked the first time As the 49ers look to rebound of a between-the-tackles runner. brothers do.
ting close before finally breaking all season the Raiders (1-4) never from Sunday’s deflating 28-18 Raheem Mostert is third on the “When you go through that stuff
through for their first win against held a lead. The pass rush generated home loss to the Arizona Cardinals, depth chart, but he’s more of a spe- and don’t meet outside expecta-
the Cleveland Browns. little pressure, the defense created they’ll probably have to do so cial-teams contributor and he fum- tions, it starts to affect you. And I
A lopsided loss to the Los no turnovers, special teams provid- without the player who’s been their bled his first carry Sunday after just try to constantly preach to our
Angeles Chargers looked like a ed no short fields, and Carr threw an best offensive weapon, so far. Breida left the game. guys to be stronger than that, to try
step back, even if coach Jon Gruden interception at the worst time pos- Breida ranks fifth in the NFL with It wasn’t a surprise that the 49ers to not pay attention to that,
tried to put a positive spin on the sible. 369 rushing yards, and his 7.5 brought in several running backs because that’s not going to help
game Monday. With the Raiders trailing 20-3 yards per carry average leads the for workouts Monday afternoon. you solve any problems.”
“I think there’s a lot of good and looking to mount a comeback league among those with at least 25 One of them was Jeremy No tes : Receiver/punt returner
things, honestly, that happened late in the third quarter, Oakland rushing attempts. He enjoyed a ter- McNichols, who was among San Dante Pettis (left knee) already has
yesterday,” Gruden said about the had the ball first-and-goal from the rific first quarter Sunday before Francisco’s training camp cuts this been ruled out for a second consecu-
26-10 loss before ticking off a list Los Angeles 1. Despite the pres- leaving with his ankle injury. summer. tive game. Several others will be re-
of problems. “The scoreboard was ence of powerful back Marshawn Breida has been a bright spot for Shanahan said the team would evaluated once the team returns to
lousy, the field positon was bad, we Lynch, Gruden opted to call for a the struggling 49ers (1-4), who decide later in the week whether to practice Thursday. They include
gave up some big plays that was play-action pass on first down. lost projected starting running sign a running back. Another receiver Marquise Goodwin (quad,
not good. Terrible interception in When no one broke open imme- back Jerick McKinnon to a torn option is promoting Jeff Wilson hamstring), left tackle Joe Staley
the red zone. There’s some negative diately, Carr held onto the ball ACL in the preseason and then from the practice squad if Breida (knee), center Weston Richburg
things that are still resonating with before trying to force it to Derek watched No. 1 quarterback Jimmy can’t play Monday at Green Bay. (knee), tight end George Kittle
me and Raider Nation.” Carrier in the end zone instead of Garoppolo suffer the same season- The 49ers will take a two-day (knee) and cornerback Jimmie Ward
Gruden then went on to praise the throwing the ball away. Melvin ending injury in Week 3 against break before returning to the prac- (hamstring).
play of eight rookies, including Ingram was right there for an inter-
tackle Brandon Parker and defen- ception, marking the second time
sive tackle P.J. Hall, fill-in left this season the decision to use

Opening Soon!
guard Jon Feliciano, and some Lynch as a decoy at the goal line
good plays made by Derek Carr out- backfired.
side of a costly interception on Fullback Keith Smith was
first-and-goal from the 1. stopped on a fourth-down run from
“I’m going to continue to empha- the 1 in a 20-19 loss at Denver last
size the good and do everything I
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16 Tuesday • Oct 9, 2018 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

April Heinrichs to step down Sports brief
WHAT’S ON TAP as U.S. soccer youth director was the first female national team
TUESDAY, Oct. 9 Cross-country at Menlo-Atherton, Half Moon Bay at Former national team coach and coach.
Girls’ tennis PAL League Meet #2 at Oceana, 4 p.m. Burlingame, San Mateo at Carlmont, 6:15 p.m. player April Heinrichs will step
Menlo-Atherton at Hillsdale, El Camino at Her career also included college
down as director
Half Moon Bay, Carlmont at Burlingame, San Boys’ water polo Boys’ water polo head coaching stints at Princeton,
of the women’s
Mateo at Aragon, Terra Nova at Capuchino, Half Moon Bay at Hillsdale,Woodside at Carlmont, Aragon at Capuchino, Priory at Sequoia, 4 Maryland and Virginia.
youth national
Oceana at Mills, Sequoia at South City,Wood- 4 p.m.; Burlingame at Menlo-Atherton,5 p.m. p.m.; San Mateo at Mills, 5 p.m. teams for U.S. She has been in her current posi-
side at Westmoor, 4 p.m. Soccer at the tion with U.S. Soccer for the past
Girls’ water polo Girls’ water polo end of this year. eight years, expanding the pro-
Girls’ volleyball Woodside at Carlmont, Menlo School at Terra Nova vs.Mercy-Burlingame at Capuchino, Heinrichs was gram to include national teams for
Westmoor at El Camino, South City at Ca- Castilleja, 5 p.m.; Burlingame at Menlo-Ather- Half Moon Bay at Sequoia, 5 p.m.; Hillsdale at a forward on the each age group starting with the
puchino, Jefferson at Terra Nova, 5:15 p.m.; ton, 6 p.m.; Aragon vs. Notre Dame-Belmont Capuchino, San Mateo at Mills, 6 p.m. national team under-14 team.
Carlmont at Half Moon Bay, Burlingame at at Serra, 6:30 p.m.
Aragon, Menlo-Atherton at Hillsdale,Wood- FRIDAY, Oct. 12 April Heinrichs that won the Heinrichs said she’s looking
first Women’s forward to the next chapter in life,
side at San Mateo, Sequoia at Mills, 6:15 p.m. THURSDAY, Oct. 11 Football World Cup in 1991. She served as but added: “I always need a bone to
Girls’ tennis Serra at Valley Christian, Aragon at Terra Nova, head coach of the team from 2000- chew on, so I will take some time
Boys’ water polo Burlingame at Half Moon Bay, Carlmont at 7 p.m.; Sacred Heart Prep at Half Moon Bay, 2004, leading the team to a gold to regenerate and then find another
Priory at San Mateo, Capuchino at Terra Nova, Hillsdale, San Mateo at El Camino, Aragon at Menlo School at Menlo-Atherton, Sequoia medal at the Athens Olympics. She way to contribute.”
5 p.m.; Mills at Aragon, 5:30 p.m. Menlo-Atherton, Sequoia at Mills, South City at King’s Academy, Burlingame at Hillsdale,
at Capuchino, Westmoor at Oceana, Wood- South City at San Mateo, El Camino at Ca-
dwell on this loss with a trip to
Girls’ water polo
Half Moon Bay at San Mateo, 3 p.m.; Sequoia
vs. Mercy-Burlingame at San Mateo, Ca-
puchino at Terra Nova, Mills at Hillsdale, 4 p.m.
side at Terra Nova, 4 p.m.

Girls’ volleyball
South City at Jefferson, Capuchino at Se-
puchino, Woodside at Mills, Carlmont at
Jefferson, 7:30 p.m.

SATURDAY, Oct. 13
GRUDEN London coming up this week to
face the Seahawks. Rather than
request an East Coast game before
quoia, Mills at Westmoor, El Camino at Terra Football Continued from page 15 the long trip and either practice
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 10 Nova, 5:15 p.m.; Hillsdale at Woodside, Aragon Santa Rosa at College of San Mateo, 1 p.m. there or in London for the week, the
Raiders opted to stay at home for
month. And of course, Lynch is most of this week.
still smarting from another goal-
line interception that cost him a They will practice Tuesday
Super Bowl title in Seattle back in through Thursday at their facility in
the 2014 season. the Bay Area before taking the long
Lynch tossed his helmet up in frus- trip to London on Thursday night.
tration as he left the field and didn’t They will arrive Friday afternoon
play the rest of the day as the Raiders and then get ready for the game
were in their hurry-up offense for Sunday night.
their only remaining drive. “I hope I can make it, honestly,”
Gruden said he threw his visor Gruden said. “I’m not great. I get
and helmet in anger as well, and claustrophobic. My son was a
that frustration was something he weightlifter and he won a powerlift-
had in common with Lynch. He ing competition in Belarus. I had to
still stood by the play call even if fly 14 hours. I had to fly home 14
the execution didn’t work. hours. I had vertigo for a month. I
“We were down 20-3. It wasn’t couldn’t even lay down, the house
the last play of the Super Bowl. We was spinning. I am hoping I don’t
were down 20-3,” he said. “It was get vertigo. I’m not a great traveler.
first-and-goal, trying to save as I’ll be honest with you, I hate it.
much time as we can with a play- I’m not good. I’m concerned. I’m
action pass.” more worried about that than our
The Raiders have little time to goal-line offense right now.”
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THE DAILY JOURNAL HEALTH Tuesday • Oct 9, 2018 17
Antibiotics for appendicitis? Surgery often not needed
By Lindsey Tanner percent, the authors said.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS About 1 in 4 surgery patients had compli-
cations, including infections around the
CHICAGO — When emergency tests incision, abdominal pain and hernias, com-
showed the telltale right-sided pain in pared with only 7 percent of antibiotics
Heather VanDusen’s abdomen was appen- patients. Antibiotic patients had 11 fewer
dicitis, she figured she’d be quickly wheeled sick days on average than the surgery
into surgery. But doctors offered her the group. In the first year, their treatment
option of antibiotics instead. costs were about 60 percent lower. A cost
A new study from Finland shows her analysis for the full five years wasn’t
choice is a reasonable alternative for most included in the published results.
patients with appendicitis. Five years after Surgery patients in the Finnish study all
treatment with antibiotics, almost two- had conventional incisions rather than the
thirds of patients hadn’t had another attack. less invasive “keyhole” surgeries that are
It’s a substantial change in thinking more common for appendix removal in the
about how to treat an inflamed appendix. United States. The non-surgery patients
For decades, appendicitis has been consid- received three days of IV antibiotics in the
ered a medical emergency requiring immedi- hospital, followed by seven days of pills at
ate surgery to remove the appendix because home.
of fears it could burst, which can be life- Dr. Giana Davidson, a University of
threatening. Washington surgeon, is involved in a simi-
But advances in imaging tests, mainly CT larly designed multicenter U.S. study that
scans, have made it easier to determine if an may answer whether similar benefits would
appendix might burst, or if patients could be seen for antibiotics versus “keyhole”
be safely treated without surgery. surgery.
The results suggest that nearly two-thirds Davidson called the Finnish study “a crit-
of appendicitis patients don’t face that risk U.S. doctors have started offering antibiotics instead of surgery to treat appendicitis. ical piece to the puzzle but I don’t think it
and may be good candidates for antibiotics Tuesday in the Journal of the American given that option. answers all of the questions.”
instead. Medical Association. The study involved about 500 Finnish Heather VanDusen was treated at the
“It’s a feasible, viable and a safe option,” A journal editorial says “it’s a new era of adults who had CT scans to rule out severe University of Washington in 2016. She
said Dr. Paulina Salminen, the study’s lead appendicitis treatment.” cases. said she chose antibiotic treatment partly
author and a surgeon at Turku University Appendix removal is the most common Half were treated with antibiotics; the to avoid surgery scars, and now offers
Hospital in Finland. emergency surgery worldwide, with about others had surgery. advice to patients for Davidson’s study.
Her study in adults is the longest follow- 300,000 performed each year in the United Among the antibiotics patients, 100 “I knew the worst case scenario was end-
up to date of patients treated with drugs States alone, said Salminen. She said the ended up having surgery within five years ing up back in the hospital so why not try
instead of surgery for appendicitis and the results from her study suggest many of of treatment — most for a suspected antibiotics first, ” said VanDusen, who
results confirm one-year findings reported those surgeries could be avoided. recurrence of appendicitis in the first works in university communications.
three years ago. U.S. doctors have started offering antibi- year. Seven of them did not have appen- She said she has done well since her treat-
Research has also shown antibiotics may otics instead of surgery and Salminen says dicitis and likely could have avoided sur- ment, but that the biggest drawback “is
work for some children with appendicitis. she occasionally does too. The journal edi- gery. The results suggest the success rate wondering, with every episode of stomach
The Finnish results were published torial says appropriate patients should be for antibiotic treatment was almost 64 or bad gas, if it could happen again.”

Study: Genetic glitch increases men’s risk of impotence
By Malcolm Ritter but rather things like obesity, diabetes, They found statistical evidence for that Eric Jorgenson, a researcher at Kaiser
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS heart disease, smoking, drug and alcohol by looking in the genetic makeup of about Permanente Northern California in Oakland
use, stress or anxiety. 36,600 men, and confirmed it in a similar and lead author of the paper. It may interfere
NEW YORK — Scientists say they’ve But in a study released Monday by the study of 222,300 other men. Lab tests then with the functioning of certain brain cir-
located the first well-documented genetic Proceedings of the National Academy of suggested that variation might affect the cuits, he said.
glitch that increases a man’s risk of impo- Sciences, researchers say they located a activity of a nearby gene that’s known to be He said discovering a biological explana-
tence, a step that might someday lead to spot in human DNA where genetic variation involved in sexual functioning. tion could give clues to developing new
new treatments. might boost a man’s risk by about 25 per- Now scientists want to explore how such treatments for impotence, also known as
Most impotence isn’t caused by genetics cent. variation affects risk of the condition, said erectile dysfunction.

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concerned about doing anything about
Barrett in terms of a community center or
any kind of planning because we didn’t have
Bolbol suggested three-story office build- the money,” Lieberman said. “This council
ings along that corridor instead. Offices has had a different philosophy. This council
more development projects in the works would boost city revenue and workers would biggest reason we did not have a vibrant is beginning to say we don’t know what will
than Belmont has seen in decades. commute to the offices by train and not add downtown or the thing standing in the way happen there but let’s at least start the out-
For Bolbol, most of those changes are to the city’s traffic congestion, she argued. of good development or the things people reach process and see what might be there
flawed at best and detrimental at worst. She wanted was our zoning of the downtown and what the community is interested in. ...
said she’s committed to fighting “overde- Village ‘feel’ area. ... So we undertook this effort to do a We are actively looking at options for how
velopment” in Belmont, slowing down the rezoning. we might start getting a process going.”
production of housing and was motivated to Each candidate spoke at length about the “For many years, Belmont couldn’t attract
importance of preserving Belmont’s Mates envisions a multi-generational
run for City Council because she said many anyone to even consider doing any kind of facility and Stone said preserving field
residents are not being heard. “quaint” village feel and Mates said both the development in Belmont,” he continued.
general plan and the BVSP do just that. space seems to be important to people. He
“I want to bring open and independent “We were not a city that anybody wanted to also said the type of facility he and the com-
thinking on this council. You’ll hear [the “If you’re picking up this plan in 2027 work with. We’re changing that now. ... We
you see ‘hey future leaders, this is why munity wants would cost between $30 mil-
incumbents] say they’re independent have taken a lot of really good steps over lion and $50 million.
thinkers, but when you really look into the Belmont is so special, this is how we want the last five years to enable a Belmont look
direction they’re taking the city, they are in you to go forward.’ We don’t have a crystal and feel that’s consistent with what people Stone said his original vision was to
unison,” she said. “I would be the only ball, we can’t predict what everything will have been asking for.” make the Barrett Center a joint facility with
voice that would probably vote against look like, but please continue to keep this But Bolbol said most residents aren’t the school district, but the district said it
things on this council but that’s OK, that’s feel,” she said. “And that does involve even aware of the BVSP and said they often couldn’t foot the bill.
the way the chips fall and I’d be fine with things like making sure our residential say “good grief what is the council think- Bolbol said she wants that option back
that.” neighborhoods aren’t touched in terms of ing” when she shows it to them. on the table.
One of those things she’d vote against or density, making sure those things happen Beyond the BVSP, Stone said preserving “I think we need to look creatively at
at least modify is the effort to create a down- only in areas that can sustain them like El the character of the city and building hous- ways we can make a cross-purpose facility
town, outlined in the Belmont Village Camino Real and where there’s access to ing are not mutually exclusive. and see if we can work with the school dis-
Specific Plan. That plan envisions as much transportation corridors. We don’t want to “I lived in the San Mateo Village while trict to make it where they have more teach-
as 800 additional housing units by 2035, touch our open spaces. ... As Belmont looks Bay Meadows was being developed and it ers to operate that facility,” she said. “I’d
including townhomes, multifamily build- less suburban and slightly more urban as the didn’t change the feel of San Mateo village like to have that back on the table because
ings and single-family housing as well as years go on, we want to make sure we still at all for me and I lived there since 1989. I there could be creative ways rather than
expanded retail offerings and pedestrian have retained some of those aspects of think you can build a downtown in whatever tax the city envisions.”
walkways. Belmont’s small-town feel.” Belmont, you can build a reasonable amount As for pension obligations, the incum-
Lieberman described the vision as a “true She also specifically celebrated the BVSP of housing but focus on affordable housing bents celebrated the city’s finance depart-
village feel,” but for Bolbol, it epitomizes for creating additional gathering spaces for without changing the village feel at all, and ment and said Belmont is in relatively good
the overdevelopment that she believes is the community. with that housing comes tremendous com- shape in terms of pension debt. But Bolbol
pushing Belmont in the wrong direction. Lieberman referenced “visioning ses- munity benefits,” he said, and referenced appeared unconvinced and called for greater
“Belmont never had a downtown and sions” dating back to the 1990s at which millions of dollars that city has and will transparency as to how much the city is
never will have what people perceive to be a “everybody” talked about wanting a “vil- receive in impact fees from past and future spending on pensions as well as on health
downtown, ” Bolbol said. “[The plan] lage-looking feel.” developments. “That’s how you strike the benefits for retired city workers.
allows up to five story buildings along the “Belmont is surface parking lots and strip balance, you don’t just let people build Mates said the city needs to prefund its
Ralston/El Camino corridor and top three to malls, it’s not a village. What we want and willy nilly and build to 78 stories, you do it liability and Lieberman and Stone said
four stories will be for residential. I what it is are not the same,” he said. “One of appropriately dense for your community there’s no need to create additional tiers to
absolutely think that’s a bad idea for the things we were told by some of our plan- development and you make sure your com- ease costs.
ning folks that we hired was that the munity gets what it needs out of it.” On Nov. 6, Belmont voters will also
decide whether the city clerk and treasurer
Recreation center, pensions positions will be appointed positions
A potential new recreation center and the rather than elected ones and they’ll also
city’s unfunded pension liability have also decide if the city’s hotel tax will jump from
been talking points in the race. 10 percent to 12 percent.

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struction of a new Safeway, along with backed away from the idea.

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an LA Fitness gym, Ross department
store and a variety of small chain eater-
ies such as Panda Express, Chipotle,
Nagales though did prod Davidson to
guarantee his commitment to con-
structing the new version of the proj-
The Ar t of Drawing. 9 a.m. to 11 Altos. Learn about native and Panera and more. ect as rapidly as possible. For his part,
a.m. San Carlos Adult Community Mediterranean climate plants and The stores would occupy four build- Davidson pointed to the lease agree-
Center, 601 Chestnut St., San Carlos. sustainable gardening techniques. the site though, officials were quick to ings proposed on the 14.5-acre lot, ments reached with expected commer-
Learn basic skills and explore a vari- Cost $10. For more information call
ety of drawing tools and subject (888) 888-8888. make known their expectation to see amounting to a total of 40,000 square cial tenants as an indication of his ded-
matter. 18+. Cost is $30 for eight the project break ground and move feet for retail space with 777 parking ication to completing the project.
two-hour classes. For more informa- THURSDAY, OCT. 11 ahead with pace.
tion call 802-4384. ESL Conversation Club. 10:30 a.m. spots to be hosted in an at-grade lot. “The best guarantee that we can give
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de “There are a lot of people here who
Those plans mark a departure from an you is that we will deliver on time and
Professional Women Returning to las Pulgas, Belmont. English speak- are angry and frustrated because we are
Work with Phase 2 Careers. 10 a.m. ing practice. For more information earlier proposal to build nearly 280 we are also guaranteeing that to our
call 591-8286. just seeing an empty lot and we’ve
to noon. Redwood City Public housing units alongside a retail center tenants,” he said, also noting the sig-
Library, 1044 Middlefield Road, been told over and over and over again
Redwood City. A panel discussion on Foster City 55+ Club. 11 a.m. to 12 at the site, which was abandoned last nificant investment his company has
p.m. Foster City Recreation Center, we are going to get this and it just has-
issues that impact professional year following officials denying a also made in the planning.
women returning to work. Free. For 650 Shell Blvd., Foster City. Free. For n’t happened,” said commission Chair
more information call 780-7058. more information call 286-2585. Mark Nagales, according to video of development agreement amendment While much of the discussion at the
the Thursday, Oct. 11, meeting. “So request from the property owner to meeting addressed concerns, Nagales
Kids Craft with Sophie’s World. 4 Peninsula Humane Society and
p.m. Grand Avenue Branch Library, SPCA PEP Talk: Wills, Trusts and I’m going to support this project avoid paying standard area wages. did take time to paint a hopeful picture
306 Walnut Ave., South San Gift Planning. 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
believing and hoping that this is it.” The denial, which came after years of for the potential shopping center
Francisco. For more information call Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA,
877-8530. 1450 Rollins Road, Burlingame. Commissioner Norm Faria shared a development agreement extensions badly desired by residents.
Workshop covering animal estate
similar sentiment. due to inadequate financing, gave way “In the end, if and when we get this,
Capturing Voices: Recording New planning, living trusts, how to pass
property and more. For more infor- “I’m in favor of getting this thing to the redesigned commercial project it’s going to be a phenomenal proj-
Youth Writers. 4 p.m. South San
Francisco Library, 840 W. Orange mation call 340-7022. going, but I think the patience has that is working its way through the ect,” he said. “People are screaming
Ave., South San Francisco. Record
Fall Cook ing Class. 2:30 p.m. to 3:45 been stretched,” he said. city’s approval process. for a new Safeway and the other ameni-
poems, short stories, essays or cre-
ative nonfiction. Learn to mix, add p.m. Little House, The Roslyn G. Even property owner Roberto Under the pivotal approval granted ties in our community and so I see the
music and post on Soundcloud. Morris Activity Center, 800 Middle by commissioners, Davidson said he renderings and I think to myself when
Bring friends to make an entire Ave., Menlo Park. The class costs $40 Davidson acknowledged the exaspera-
album. For more information call for members and $45 for non-mem- tion held by officials and residents expects to seek out permits with an eye we get it, it will be fantastic.”
829-3860. bers. For more information call 326- on breaking ground immediately and But he balanced that anticipation by
2025. regarding the proposal which is nearly
Documentar y Club: Girl R ising. five years of redevelopment planning. finishing the project by November reminding Davidson of his guarantee
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Belmont Dash Robot Races. 4 p.m. South San
“It’s very frustrating that we haven’t 2019. to start the project in short order.
Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, Francisco Library, 840 W. Orange
Belmont. Free. For more information Ave., South San Francisco. Robot rac- been able to start the project,” said “We will try to do it as soon as pos- “You have a timeline now. You prom-
call 591-8286. ing competition with 3D printed Davidson, whose property has laid fal- sible,” he said. ised, so I’m holding you to that,” said
prizes. Free. For more information
Native Plant Landscaping and call 829-3860. low for years while redevelopment Commissioners questioned which Nagales.
Rain Garden Work shop. 7 p.m. plans started, stalled and shifted tools may be available to assure the Commissioner Sam Shihadeh was
Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave., Capturing Voices: Recording New
Millbrae. Learn to create a water-effi- Youth Writers. 4 p.m. South San course. plan for the site is delivered but, with absent from the meeting, and did not
cient and low-maintenance land- Francisco Library, 840 W. Orange The most recent vision calls for con- limited authority, they ultimately vote.
scape using native and drought-tol- Ave., South San Francisco. Record
erant plants. Free. For more informa- poems, short stories, essays or cre-
ative nonfiction. Learn to mix, add
tion call 697-7607. Daletas learned his growing tech- seeds. He planted the seeds that grew
Stor yteller Tim Ereneta: I Go I
Know Not Whither. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Menlo Park Main Library, 800 Alma
St., Menlo Park. The performance is
music and post on Soundcloud.
Bring friends to make an entire
album. For more information call
829-3860.
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niques from mentors.
“Get to know a grower in your area,”
he advised first-timers. “Growers are
into his second-place pumpkin on
April 14, making it 171 days old.
Brandt traveled to Half Moon Bay
best suited for ages 5 to adult. For Running Team. 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. good networkers and we all take little with his parents and they passed
more information call 330-2501. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de
las Pulgas, Belmont. No experience bits [of knowledge] from each other.” through a storm in the Rockies on the
required. Wear running clothes. For pound. For Daletas, gardening runs in the way, driving nervously at about 30
Native Plants for the Redwood
Garden: A Talk by Frank Niccoli. 7 more information call 591-8286. Josiah Brandt, a 26-year-old from family. mph with the pumpkin sitting in the
p.m. to 9 p.m. Redwood City Public
Get Ready to Vote: presented by Wisconsin and a first-time contestant “I was a sports guy with a competi- bed of his pickup truck.
Library, 1044 Middlefield Road,
Redwood City. For more information The League of Women Voters of in Half Moon Bay, took second place tive streak and I grew up with gardens “This is the biggest weigh-off in the
call 780-7018. Nor th and Central San Mateo with a 2, 136-pound pumpkin, and
County. 6 p.m. 840 W. Orange Ave., so the two came together here,” he world and it’s always been a dream of
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10 South San Francisco. Provides infor- Ruben Frias from Napa brought in a said. mine to come down here,” he said.
Fundamentals of Geology. Little mation on San Mateo County’s 1,805-pound gourd, the heaviest one Daletas has been nourishing this As impressively enormous as
House, The Roslyn Morris Activity upcoming ballot measures. This pro-
gram is a nonpartisan, easy to under- grown in California. year’s winner for the past 12 months, Daletas and Brandt’s pumpkins are,
Center, 800 Middle Ave., Menlo Park.
$70. Learn to use common stand analysis of the pros and cons Dozens of pale and orange pumpkins and said planning for next year’s both still clock in shy of last year’s
of the state and regional ballot
genealogical record types and
measures on the November 2018 in a wide variety of shapes were pumpkin grows has already begun. winner: a 2,363 pounder. That pump-
important family history websites.
For more information call 326-2025. ballot. For more information call weighed starting at 9 a.m. on Monday, After the festivities are over, Daletas’ kin set a North American record, which
829-3860. Oct. 8, and the biggest ones were
Computer Coach. 10:30 a.m. to
pumpkin will stay in town. was recently broken by a 2, 528-
noon. Belmont Library, 1110 Second Annual Tales of Horror. hauled in by forklift. Thousands turned “It puts smiles on people’s faces, pounder, weighed in New Hampshire.
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. 6:30 p.m. San Mateo Public Library out to witness the action. that’s why we do it,” he said. Contestants who break the world
Foundation, 55 W. Third Ave., San
Relaxed and welcoming tutoring
Mateo. Listen to costumed authors Daletas enters about three weighing Brandt said after the contest his record at the Half Moon Bay weigh-off
session and answers to technical
questions. Every Wednesday until read their scary works. Light refresh- contests each season and was joined in 2,136-pound pumpkin will go to a win a $30,000 prize. The current world
ments. Free. For more information
Oct. 31. Free. For more information
call 552-7849. Half Moon Bay by his wife, parents YouTube star who uses them in viral record is 2,624 pounds, or 1.3 tons,
call 591-8286.
and son, who flew in from Alaska for videos and pays up to $5 a pound. set in 2016 at a weigh-off in Germany.
San Mateo Professional Alliance. Movie: ‘Be About It.’ 6:30 p.m. to 8 the contest. He attributed his success
Noon to 1 p.m. Central Park Bistro, p.m. San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Brandt has been growing pumpkins The weigh-off is the kickoff to Half
181 E. Fourth Ave., San Mateo. Third Ave., San Mateo. Watch a movie this year to especially sunny weather for 14 years and said his technique Moon Bay’s world-famous Art &
Promotes an environment for idea profiling two fathers and their battle in Oregon. He also treated his pump- comes down to a lot of water and fertil- Pumpkin Festival which takes place
against Hepatitis B. Free. For more
sharing, leveraging resources and
information call 522-7818. kin to more than 180 gallons of water izer. He also crosses pumpkins with Oct. 13-14. Go to pumpkinfest.mira-
building long-term relationships.
Annual dues are $60 per year, and per day. the thickest walls to create his own marevents.com for more information.
members will enjoy solid referrals FRIDAY, OCT. 12
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104 Training 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 203 Public Notices
TERMS & CONDITIONS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
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Wanted NEWSPAPER INTERNS PET SITTERS & STATEMENT #278933
The following person is doing business
as: Kuri-Obi Ramen By IPPUDO, 60 E.
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia-
bility shall be limited to the price of one Home CCare
Home are Jobs JOURNALISM DOG WALKERS 31st Ave., Space F05, SAN MATEO, CA
94403. Registered Owner: I&P Runway
insertion. No allowance will be made for
errors not materially affecting the value The Daily Journal is looking for in- NEEDED! LLC, DE. The business is conducted by
of the ad. All error claims must be sub-
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis- (650) 600-8108 terns to do entry level reporting, re-
search, updates of our ongoing fea-
Local, family owned
a Limited Liability Company. The regis-
trant commenced to transact business
under the FBN on N/A.
ing conditions, please ask for a Rate
Card. EEmail:
mail: jobs@starligh
jobs@starlightcaregivers.com
tcaregivers.com tures and interviews. Photo interns al- company. Dog walks /s/David Landsberg/
so welcome. done from approx: This statement was filed with the Asses-

110 Employment wwww.starlightcaregivers.com
ww.starlightcaregivers.com 11am-3pm, M-F sor-County Clerk on 9/21/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 10/2/18,
We expect a commitment of four to Sit hours are more 10/9/18, 10/16/18, 10/23/18).
Apply online or wwalk-in
Apply alk-in eight hours a week for at least four
months. The internship is unpaid, but
flexible and can be just a
4600 EEll Camino
Camino Real,
Real, # 211,, Los
Los Altos
Altos few hours a day, 5-7 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
CAREGIvERS intelligent, aggressive and talented in-
terns have progressed in time into days a week.
STATEMENT #278987
The following person is doing business
as: Burlingame Barber Shop, 1012 Oak
paid correspondents and full-time re- Routes from San Mateo Grove Ave., BURLINGAME, CA 94010.
2 years experience porters. to Menlo Park available Registered Owners: 1) Erhan Vural, 940
Laguna Ave., Burlingame, CA 94010
required. College students or recent graduates www.bayareapetpals.com
Email: Lynda@bayareapetpals.com
2)Ilyas Burkay, 1131 Capuchino Ave. #6,
Burlingame, CA 94010. The business is
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper for more info TODAY! conducted by a General Partnersjip. The
Day
Day or Night
Night Shifts,
Shifftsts, Immediate
Immediate Placement
Placement experience is preferred but not neces- registrant commenced to transact busi-
Immediate placement Required:
Required: 2 years
years paid experience
experience
sarily required. ness under the FBN on 09-27-2018.
/s/Erhan Vural/
on all assignments. or current
current CNA Certification;
Certification; Please send a cover letter describing 127 Elderly Care
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 9/27/18. (Published
your interest in newspapers, a resume in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 10/2/18,
Drive Car;
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Speak and writewrite English
English and three recent clips. Before you ap-
10/9/18, 10/16/18, 10/23/18).

Call SALES/MARKETING SALES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales
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Send your information via e-mail to
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203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices tundra tundra tundra
fictitious Business name fictitious Business name fictitious Business name
statement #278836 statement #278921 statement #279039
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
as: Art Bias, 1700 Industrial Road, SAN as: 15 Coleman Place Apartments, 15 as: Silver Oaks, 16 Coleman Pl, MENLO
Coleman Place, MENLO PARK, CA PARK, CA 94025. Registered Owner:
CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered Owner: Fox Ops LLC, CA. The business is con-
Redwood City Art Center, CA. The busi- 94025. Registered Owners: Richard Tod
Spieker, Trustee and Catherine R. Spiek- ducted by a Limited Liability Company.
ness is conducted by a Corporation. The The registrant commenced to transact
registrant commenced to transact busi- er, Trustee, 60 Mulberry Lane, Atherton,
business under the FBN on Oct 1st
ness under the FBN on 9/11/18. CA 94027. The business is conducted 2018.
/s/Kerith Lisi/ by a Trust. The registrant commenced to /s/Jason Reyes/
This statement was filed with the Asses- transact business under the FBN on This statement was filed with the Asses-
6/21/13. sor-County Clerk on 10/3/18. (Published
sor-County Clerk on 9/11/18. (Published /s/Richard Tod Spieker/
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 10/2/18, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 10/9/18,
This statement was filed with the Asses- 10/16/18, 10/23/18, 10/30/18).
10/9/18, 10/16/18, 10/23/18). sor-County Clerk on 9/20/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 10/2/18,
fictitious Business name 10/9/18, 10/16/18, 10/23/18). fictitious Business name
statement #278887
statement #278755 The following person is doing business
The following person is doing business as: Tacos El Chito, 223 Vista Grande
as: 1)Maisonest 2)Maisonest Properties, fictitious Business name
1430 Howard Avenue, BURLINGAME, statement #278985 Ave., DALY CITY, CA 94014. Regis-
tered Owners: Joanna A. Hernandez and
over the hedge over the hedge over the hedge
CA 94010. Registered Owner: BGSM, The following person is doing business
as: Central Self Storage, 307 87th Street, Jose Manuel Martinez Hernandez, same
Inc., CA. The business is conducted by DALY CITY, CA 94015. Registered
address. The business is conducted by
a Corporation. The registrant com- a Married Couple. The registrant com-
Owner: 87th Street Plaza LLC, CA. The menced to transact business under the
menced to transact business under the business is conducted by a Limited Lia-
FBN on07/01/2018. FBN on N/A.
bility Company. The registrant com- /s/Joanna A. Hernandez/
/s/Anne Kennedy/ menced to transact business under the This statement was filed with the Asses-
This statement was filed with the Asses- FBN on 05/17/2002. sor-County Clerk on 9/18/18. (Published
sor-County Clerk on 9/4/18. (Published in /s/Robert Dailey/ in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 10/9/18,
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 10/2/18, This statement was filed with the Asses- 10/16/18, 10/23/18, 10/30/18).
10/9/18, 10/16/18, 10/23/18). sor-County Clerk on 9/27/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 10/9/18,
10/16/18, 10/23/18, 10/30/18). fictitious Business name
fictitious Business name statement #278993
statement #278867 The following person is doing business
The following person is doing business fictitious Business name as: Juice Factory, 2621 Garfield Street,
as: 1)Dawn Holliday Works 2)Dawn Holli- statement #279045 SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered
day Works With 3)Dawn Holliday Office, The following person is doing business Owner: Jin Paul Su, same address. The
as: 1)Project WeHOPE 2)Dignity on business is conducted by an Individual.
80 Eureka Drive, Suite 216, PACIFICA, The registrant commenced to transact
CA 94044. Registered Owner: Dawn Hol- Wheels, 1854 Bay Road, EAST PALO business under the FBN on N/A.
liday, LLC, CA. The business is conduct- ALTO, CA 94303. Registered Owner: /s/Jin Paul Su/
ed by a Limited Liability Company. The WeHOPE, CA. The business is conduct- This statement was filed with the Asses-
Books 296 appliances 298 collectibles
registrant commenced to transact busi- ed by a Corporation. The registrant com- sor-County Clerk on 9/28/18. (Published
ness under the FBN on October 2017. menced to transact business under the in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 10/9/18, 60-1940s national Geographics, room heater Electric 1320 Watts, Ar- miller lite Neon sign , work good
FBN on Jan 1, 2015. 10/16/18, 10/23/18, 10/30/18). great shape $65 (650)591-0980 vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5. $59 call (650)218-6528
/s/Dawn Holliday/ (650)952-3500
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Paul J. Bains/
This statement was filed with the Asses- James patterson hardback books. old, antique, Bottle Collection: 20
sor-County Clerk on 9/14/18. (Published order to show cause for 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861 sewing machine-royal XL 6000 bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 10/2/18, sor-County Clerk on 10/4/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 10/9/18, change of name Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150.
10/9/18, 10/16/18, 10/23/18). CASE# 18CIV04406 nicholas sparks hardback books. (650)342-8436. porcelain doll with red Victorian
10/16/18, 10/23/18, 10/30/18). 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861 outfit, 16” tall with metal stand, $15.
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, (650)872-2371.
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, quality Books used and rare. World showtime rotisserie used once
fictitious Business name 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave
fictitious Business name & US History and classic American nov- small rug beater. $15.00 (650)207-
statement #278960 statement #279002 REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 message.
els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 4162
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business PETITION OF
as: Beene Marketing Solutions, 1630 S Vacuum cleaner (reconditioned)
as: Maria’s Cleaning Services, 3 Lewis Joel Cruz Cabab the halo Forerunner saga. 3 books.
$20 Call Ed (415)298-0645
star wars R2-D2, original 1998 un-
Delaware St. Unit 5344, SAN MATEO, Ave # 6, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587 opened action figure. $15 in San Carlos.
CA 94402. Registered Owner: Chase 94080. Registered Owner: Paulo M. Fil- Petitioner: Joel Cruz Cabab filed a peti- western washBoard Sales made Steve 650-518-6614
Erickson Beene, same address. The ho, same address. The business is con- tion with this court for a decree changing V.logVinoV, unusual Journey to the
Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus- of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C.
business is conducted by an Individual. ducted by an Individual. The registrant name as follows: $75. phone 650-369-2486. telescope-celestron astro
The registrant commenced to transact sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695 Master Newtonian Reflector, w/ tro/pod
commenced to transact business under Present name: Joel Cruz Cabab
business under the FBN on 04/01/2018. the FBN on 09/01/18. Proposed Name: Joel Cabab Cruz stand, Like New $150.00
/s/Chase Erickson Beene/ /s/Paulo M. Filho/ 294 Baby stuff 297 Bicycles Call (415)239-1348.
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- THE COURT ORDERS that all persons time magaZines. Watergate coverage
sor-County Clerk on 9/26/18. (Published BaBy criB, "Dream on Me", like new adult Bikes 1 regular and 2 with bal-
sor-County Clerk on 9/28/18. (Published interested in this matter shall appear be- loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 4/30/73 - 8/05/74. FREE. San Bruno.
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 10/2/18, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 10/9/18, fore this court at the hearing indicated with mattress, pad and 2 sheets. $80.00. (650)794-0839
10/9/18, 10/16/18, 10/23/18). 10/16/18, 10/23/18, 10/30/18). below to show cause, if any, why the pe- (650)592-3540
child’s schwinn Bicycle, Blue in
tition for change of name should not be good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. topps BaseBall complete set 1987
granted. Any person objecting to the 295 art thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999-
name changes described above must file mountain bike for sale $35. Runs good. 4474
a written objection that includes the rea- Brushed finish, 15" X 20" frame Burlingame. Phone 650-342-5220.
sons for the objection at least two court holds 18 various size photos. Never
days before the matter is scheduled to used. $20. 650-369-2486. mountain Bike new 21 gears $100. 299 computers
(650)722-3634
be heard and must appear at the hearing 19" color Monitor with stand VG con-
to show cause why the petition should 296 appliances mountain Bike. Top brand. Runs dition power cord/owners manual includ-
not be granted. If no written objection is good. $39. (660)342-5220 ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- air conditioner 10000 BTU w/re-
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG new 12" girls bike w/ training wheels
$75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave i-pad keyBoard. $25.00. (650)588-
petition shall be held on 10/26/18 at 9 brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- 0842
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, 0898 mes
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this recordaBle cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop-
Order to Show Cause shall be published hotpoint heaVy Duty Dryer excellent 298 collectibles ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
at least once each week for four succes- working condition Burlingame $50 Call (650) 578 9208
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Dan (408)656-0958 80’s tops Complete Factory Set All
ing on the petition in the following news-
kenmore window A/C (vert. open-
Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474. 300 toys
paper of general circulation: ing) 8700 btu. New in box. $200.00 as
San Mateo Daily Journal Badge, 7 Star Special Security Offi- american flyer locomotive runs
is. David Butler (415)608- 1214. cer;$25- will text picture (650)218-0121
Filed: 9/28/2018 good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ San Carlos
maytag washer excellent working
Judge of the Superior Court condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan large stuffed ANIMALS - $3 each
Dated: 9/28/2018 BarBie doll from the world, India, Great for Kids (650) 952-3500
(408)656-0958 1996, 2nd edition $15.(650) 872-2371.
(Published 10/2/18, 10/9/18, 10/16/18,
10/23/18). mfg h20laBs Model 300 exc cond star wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader
Beautiful herman Miller pendulum $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568
counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. clock. Rich wood finish - works well; nice
chime! $65; 650-591-8851.
mixa mixer with bowel twin motor
$50.00 (650)576-5026
302 antiques
depression glass Dining Plate. 8
new, singer Sewing Machine Univer- 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. antique hemingray Glass Tele-
210 lost & found sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- $12 (650)762-6048 graph Pole Insulator. Aqua colored. Pris-
tine condition. 4.5"X3.25" $15 (650)762-
chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222
lost cat. Black and White. Black lennox red Rose, Unused, hand 6048
patch on right eye. REWARD. riccar 500 hi performance upright vac- painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
Call (323) 439-7713. uum $75.00 (650)576-5026 $12.00. (650) 578 9208. Beer steins-original from Germa-
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info
(650)592-7483

mahogany antique Secretary desk,
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev-
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024.

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$45. (650)574-2490.

OUTSTANDING
OUTSTAND
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ING P EOPLE 303 electronics
Blaupunkt am/fm/cd Radio and Re-
ceiver with Detachable Face asking
$100. (650)593-4490

JOIN
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free teleVision - Mitsubishi,
26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not
Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local
Delivery available.
• Food Service Dir
Director
D ector motorola BraVo MB 520 (android
4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD
• Maintenance Apply
Ap ply online:
card Belmont (650)595-8855
onkyo aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital
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304 furniture
• Maintenance Drug test and fingerprint clearance required
required.. 2 walnut 3-drawer nitestands. Tops
need work but very good cond. $20/ea
EEO
E M/F/D/V (650)952-3466.
Supervisor
6-drawer rolling Storage cart,
black with organizer top excellent condi-
• Memory Car
Caree tion $15 (650)872-2371

Coordinator
Coordinator antique dining table for six people
with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
antique mohagany Bookcase. Four
• Receptionist feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
Bedstead single, poster style, box
• Resident Car
Caree spring, mattress available. $40.00.
(650)593-7408
Coordinator
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VN / RN IIt’s
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simply
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onderful. Beige sofa $99. Excellent Condition
(650) 315-2319
Black metal 4 drawer file cabinet
Sales Officce: 1600 TTrousdale
Office: rousdale Drive $15. good condition. call (650)872-2371
Managed by Eskaton
Burlingame, CA 94010 Bunk Beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
License PPending
ending years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or
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thetrousdale.org B/O (650)685-2494
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304 Furniture 304 Furniture 304 Furniture 304 Furniture 309 office equipment 310 Misc. For Sale
CoMMode, good condition. $20 obo. Full SiZe bed wood frame with pillow NiAgArA ViBrAtiNg Adjustable bed tABle 24"x48" folding legs each end. lAPtoP CASe or bag. Black. Like new. Silk SAree 6 yards new nice color.for
Please call (650)745-6309 top mattress $100.00 B/O (650)576-5026 good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564. $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
(408)656-0958 $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 formation.
CoMPuter deSk (glass) & chair. Like glider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- 310 Misc. For Sale
new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. oFFiCe tYPe 34"X 60" heavy solid twiN Bed frame-black wrought iron Slr leNS Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6
gtecher@comcast.net wood with formica wood grain top $25 from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341 200 PlAStiC trading card holders; $15; Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171
ikeA dreSSer, black, 3 shelf. 23" x (650)591-9769 San Carlos
15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. (650) 787-9753 twiN Bed, mattress, box spring, frame
CoMPuter SwiVel CHAIR. Padded Slr leNS Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 $ 50. (650)598-9804. 500-600 Big Band-era 78's--most mint, Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
ikeA tABle, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. retro hutCh Needs refinishing other-
$ 30. (650)598-9804. wise good condition. Top detaches from twiN Bed- Free you pick up. Call no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
deSk, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. tireS-Set oF four P225 45 R18 $80
(650)458-3578 bottom $25. (650)712-9962 (650)344-2109 BeSSY SMAll Evening Hand Bag With OBO (650)359-2238.
loVe ChAir, velour, tan. $45.
(808)631-1365. uSed BedrooM Furniture, FREE. Call Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
SoFABed, Velour, tan, Excellent uNideN hArleY Davidson Gas Tank
condition. $75. (808)631-1365. (650)573-7381. BiFold ShutterS 2x28”x79 $10.00 phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
diNiNg tABle (36"x54") and 4 match- MASSAge tABle, excellent condition,
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for folding, $25, (650) 552-9556. VeNeer CheSt 6.5’ high, 3 ft. wide (650)544-5306
Solid wood Dining table with exten- wAlker - Good Condition - Like New -
$250 .(650)-654-1930. $99 (650)322-2814. Blue oYSter cult lp signed by donald $35 (650)341-5347
New deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- sion great piece great condition black
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must $80 (650)364-5263 wAll uNit/rooM Divider. Simple r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash
dreSSer 4-drAwer in Belmont for
$75. Good condition; good for children. Sell! (650) 875-8159. lines. Breaks down for transportation. (408)661-6019 311 Musical instruments
Call (650)678-8585 Solid wood Entertainment Center- $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
New twiN Mattress set plus frame CASh regiSter Parts; Much Skin Not 1929 ANtique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut-
TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In Guts $500 (415)269-4784
$30.00 (650) 347-2356 Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. wAlNut CheSt, small (4 drawer with ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call
eNtertAiNMeNt CeNter for $50.
Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 CoMeAloNg 3/4 ton chain $25 (650) (650)742-6776.
reCliNiNg ChAir, wine colored $30,
(650)726-4102 (650)-583-4985 (925)482-5742 white wiCker Armoire, asking $100, 873-6304
great condition, text for picture (650)571- BAldwiN BABY GRAND 1928 vintage
CoStCo PlAY Pen with travel bag. in walnut. $7500.00 w/bench (415)608-
0947 Used once $35 (650)591-2981 1214
wood - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x deluxe Folder Walker - 5" wheels -
iNVitAtioN For rFq & P 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347
ChroMAtiC hArMoNiCA: Horner
The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
Free MAgAZiNeS. Library discards (650)278-5776.
date: September 28, 2018 306 housewares year old ones. Wide variety. Good for
CoMPlete Set OF CHINA - Windsor crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074
Project: No. 181907 - ENERGY CONSERVATION, RENEWABLE ENERGY, AND ePiPhoNe leS Paul 100th
Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, hAt, t-Shirt, sweatshirt and comput- Anniversary Custom Electric Guitar.
ENERGY RELATED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT SERVICES UTILIZING 20-pieces in original box, never used. erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648 Mint. $600.00 650 421 5469
PROPOSITION 39 FUNDING $250 per box (3 boxes available).
(650)342-5630 lioNel ChriStMAS Holiday expan- eVerett uPright antique piano.
sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
Bid due date/time:Prior to 4:00 p.m., FRIDAY, October 26, 2018, at which time said bids will CrYStAl (leAded glass) lamp $30.
be opened and will be notified during the week of October 29 - 31, 2018. Can send picture. (650)464-7860 lioNel weSterN Union Pass car and FeNder MuStANg I guitar amplifier
dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 70 watts 8-guitar settings.with cover.
MikASA Set. White. Modern (square) $80. (650)421-5469
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Cousin Vinny” (650)315-2959 (650)558-8555 6940
40 Asian New Year 39 Get sassy with
41 Very unpleasant someone 10/09/18 1999 CAdillAC DeVille Contour-Paid
ford ‘90 F-250, 7.5litre v8, 4wheel dr.,
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43 “It’s __-win (650)315-2954 or (650)558-8555 102k original miles, Many upgrades,
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44 Clinton’s veep PontiAC 1997 Passenger Van. Alumi-
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47 Difficult time 9650)714-3865. $8,000. (650)302-5523
50 Queries
54 Schlepped
55 Eats a little
57 “Verrrry funny”
59 Stem (from)
61 Opposite of “yep”
62 Overplay the part
64 Care
66 Career employee
67 New __: modern
spiritualist
68 Rebuke from
Caesar
69 Put off
70 Gridiron throw
71 Stinging insect

DOWN
1 Aristocrats
2 Grammy-winning
cellist
3 “Not too __!”: By Bruce Haight
10/09/18
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Legislature as well as Gavin’s campaign.” Both candidates agreed that tackling

DEBATE
Continued from page 1
After the debate, Cox complained that too
much time was spent on national issues that
the next governor won’t influence. He then
issues such as housing affordability, home-
lessness and California’s cost of living
should be the priority of the next governor,
rushed to an elevator and declined to take but they presented vastly different visions
questions from reporters. for how to proceed.
theme of his campaign, laying the high Newsom, the lieutenant governor and a Cox said he’d roll back environmental
cost of living in California at the feet of former San Francisco mayor, tied his rival regulations to make housing construction
Newsom and the Democratic policies he to President Donald Trump, whose endorse- cheaper and faster, while Newsom points to
supports. ment was crucial to Cox surviving the pri- tax reform to spur governments to approve
The debate — staged on the same day that mary. more housing.
early voting began in the state — appeared Since then, Cox has not talked much
to do little to change the trajectory of the They also differed on criminal justice.
about Trump, who is popular among Cox opposed a new law that opens police
race that heavily favors Newsom. Republicans but viewed negatively by
With the debate broadcast only on the misconduct records to the public, criticized
Democrats and unaffiliated voters in departing Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown’s
radio during working hours, Cox needed a California.
moment that would get repeated play in the decisions on parole and said he would con-
“We represent the vast majority of centrate on keeping guns out of the hands of
media, said Jack Pitney, a political science Californians that reject John Cox’s
professor at Claremont McKenna College the mentally ill over other gun control
absolute allegiance to Trump and measures.
in Southern California. Trumpism, ” Newsom said during what’s
“His chance for a breakout would’ve been denies the allegation. He also urged the media to stop publiciz-
likely to be the only one-on-one contest
some kind of rhetorical master stroke that Cox issued a call Monday for “more comi- ing the names and photographs of mass
between the two men before the Nov. 6 elec-
put Newsom on the defensive and cast (Cox) ty, more kindness” in politics, adding “Dr. shooters.
tion.
as a champion of ordinary Californians,” Cox stuck with Trump on issues such as Ford needed to be heard and should’ve been Newsom said he would expand Brown’s
Pitney said. He did not listen to the debate ending California’s sanctuary state policy believed.” Cox did not elaborate. criminal justice reforms, which reduced sen-
but said media coverage suggested Cox’s and building a wall along the Mexico bor- He declined to say whether he would have tences for some offenses, particularly drug
performance was “underwhelming.” der. voted to confirm Kavanaugh had he been in crimes.
Cox said the campaign is about change He declined to weigh in on the bitter fight the Senate. A September poll by the Public Policy
versus the status quo. over Kavanaugh’s nomination, even as “I’m not going to get in the middle of Institute of California showed Newsom with
“I represent change,” Cox said in arguing Republicans nationwide are celebrating his that. I’m focused on the issues in a comfortable but shrinking lead over Cox
that the policies of Democrats have made confirmation. California,” Cox said. — 51 percent to 39 percent with 7 percent
California unaffordable. Kavanaugh’s confirmation was in doubt Newsom opposed Kavanaugh’s nomina- of likely voters undecided. The survey had a
He repeatedly blamed the influence of spe- after Christine Blasey Ford, a professor tion and says the justice could cast a pivotal margin of error of 4 percentage points.
cial interests in Sacramento for driving up from the San Francisco Bay Area, said vote on cases important to Californians Campaign finance records show Newsom
costs, though he identified them only as Kavanaugh assaulted her at a party when that involve property rights, immigration, had $16 million in the bank on Sept. 22,
“environmental groups that fund the both were in high school. Kavanaugh abortion and health care. compared with $1.7 million for Cox.

As a compromise, members have suggested vided on site for patrons, workers and resi- “This type of use allows people to live

GATES
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putting a plaque at the site recognizing its
former significance would be justified and
city officials agreed memorialization would
dents in a stacking mechanism. The units
will range in site from 525 square feet to
1,040 square feet, according to a city report.
and work in downtown Burlingame.
Residents of this building will patronize the
downtown Burlingame businesses both dur-
likely be required, but the fashion by which To make way for the residential project, ing the day and evening hours,” said the
that will be represented is yet to be deter- officials need to approve rezoning the prop- report. “This creates a more efficient living
sidered suitable. Alternatively, if the house mined. erty and areas surrounding the proposed environment for a population living, work-
itself was deemed historic, there could have site. Ultimately, the City Council will need ing and patronizing businesses in the cen-
been a higher threshold required for clearing According to the new vision for the site, to grant final approval for the request. tral business district.”
the site. the ground floor will likely be designed to In making a case for why the project
Members of the Burlingame Historical accommodate a restaurant or retail space. should be approved, reports filed by the
Society have said they repeatedly tried to Twelve two-bedroom units and two one-bed- developer suggest the new construction will The Burlingame Planning Commission
work with the property owners to discuss room units are slated to occupy the top rejuvenate a site previously dormant fol- meets 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9, in City Hall,
the vision for the site, with limited success. floors, and 23 parking spaces will be pro- lowing the fire. 501 Primrose Road.
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Brazil leans toward unsparing vision of far-right Bolsonaro
By Peter Prengaman leftist Workers’ Party in an Oct. 28 runoff.
and Sarah Dilorenzo Bolsonaro only needs a few more points
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to secure victory, and Haddad’s supporters
vowed Monday to launch a tough fight to
RIO DE JANEIRO — The far-right former make up ground after their candidate fin-
army captain who looks likely to become ished a distant second.
Brazil’s next president promised nothing The election was a seismic shift for this
short of a complete overhaul of Latin nation of more than 200 million people,
America’s largest nation, vowing Monday where the left has won the past four elec-
to combat the evils of corruption by gutting tions but deep divisions have opened in the
government ministries and privatizing wake of a massive corruption scandal and
state companies. He also pledged to pro- the 2016 impeachment of then-President
mote traditional values that would roll back Dilma Rousseff. Brazil’s move fits into a
the rights of gays and other minorities. global trend among voters — in the United
With his pledge of “Brazil above all,” Jair States and Europe, among other places —
Bolsonaro has catapulted from the fringes who are choosing anti-establishment and
of Congress, where he served as a member often far-right or populist candidates who
of marginal parties for 27 years, to a target minorities and promise a return to
stone’s throw from the presidency. A rabble “traditional values.”
rouser who has reminisced fondly about dic- “The evils and damages of corruption hurt
tatorship and promised an all-out war on the people in many ways. It’s they who
REUTERS drugs and crime, he just missed outright vic- don’t have a bed in the hospital, who don’t
A combination of file photos shows Jair Bolsonaro, far-right presidential candidate of the tory in Sunday’s vote and will face former have security in the streets or money in
Social Liberal Party and Fernando Haddad, presidential candidate of Brazil’s leftist Workers’Party. Sao Paulo Mayor Fernando Haddad of the their pockets,” Bolsonaro tweeted Monday.