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San Mateo gets glimpse of housing proposal


Interest in downtown affordable units piqued among residents
By Anna Schuessler parking atop sites resource center for day laborers.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF near the city’s down- With a mix of studios and one-, two-
town Caltrain sta- and three-bedroom units to be included
How a project to build 164 affordable tion have been years in a five-story structure at 480 E. Fourth
apartments at two redevelopment sites in the making, the Ave. and 699 parking spaces planned
in San Mateo’s downtown could give open house the for a 5.5-story parking garage just south
workers in the city a chance to live near Foster City-based of the housing at 400 E. Fifth Ave., the
their work and boost the number of units nonprofit held at San two sites will be connected by a pedes-
available to those hoping to move back Mateo’s Main trian bridge over East Fifth Avenue and
to their hometown were among the key Mollie Naber Library granted resi- offer a 2,000-square-foot community
ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL concerns for residents in one of their dents a view into the space at the ground floor of the garage,
Patricia Centeno of BAR Architects discusses preliminary first looks at MidPen Housing’s propos- types of amenities, parking and commu- explained MidPen project manager
designs for a 164-unit affordable apartment and public al Tuesday. nity space that could be offered on what Mollie Naber.
parking project planned for two redevelopment sites in Though efforts to scope building an is currently publicly-available surface
downtown San Mateo with resident Gilma Mendoza. affordable housing development with parking lots and a nonprofit-managed See HOUSING, Page 18

HOLLY HICKMAN SF
Giants great Willie McCovey died Wednesday afternoon.

Death of
a legend
Giants Hall of Famer Willie
McCovey has died at age 80
By Janie McCauley
The Day of the Dead festival returns to Redwood City’s Courthouse Square on Sunday, Nov. 4.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Redwood City celebrates Day of the Dead SAN FRANCISCO — Willie McCovey, the sweet-swing-
ing Hall of Famer nicknamed “Stretch” for his 6-foot-4
height and those long arms, died Wednesday. He was 80.
Eighth annual festival will be Nov. 4 in Courthouse Square The San Francisco Giants announced McCovey’s death,
By Zachary Clark See MCCOVEY, Page 13
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Marigolds, catrinas, colorful papel


picado and sugar skulls are all staples
of the Day of the Dead festival, which
Caltrain goes green
returns to Redwood City’s Courthouse
Square on Sunday, Nov. 4.
Transit agency to rely on 100
While this year’s celebration will
incorporate those staples, it will also
percent renewable energy
pay homage to its Aztec roots, before By Zachary Clark
many of the aforementioned features DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
became staples.
“We’re trying to teach people about Caltrain will be powered entirely by renewable energy
the roots of the festival,” said Maritza sources by 2019 for a 4.8 percent cost increase — or an
additional $64,314 a year — if the transit agency partners
See FESTIVAL, Page 18 See CALTRAIN, Page 19
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Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula


Thursday • Nov 1, 2018 • XIX, Edition 63 www.smdailyjournal.com

San Mateo gets glimpse of housing proposal


Interest in downtown affordable units piqued among residents
By Anna Schuessler parking atop sites resource center for day laborers.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF near the city’s down- With a mix of studios and one-, two-
town Caltrain sta- and three-bedroom units to be included
How a project to build 164 affordable tion have been years in a five-story structure at 480 E. Fourth
apartments at two redevelopment sites in the making, the Ave. and 699 parking spaces planned
in San Mateo’s downtown could give open house the for a 5.5-story parking garage just south
workers in the city a chance to live near Foster City-based of the housing at 400 E. Fifth Ave., the
their work and boost the number of units nonprofit held at San two sites will be connected by a pedes-
available to those hoping to move back Mateo’s Main trian bridge over East Fifth Avenue and
to their hometown were among the key Mollie Naber Library granted resi- offer a 2,000-square-foot community
ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL concerns for residents in one of their dents a view into the space at the ground floor of the garage,
Patricia Centeno of BAR Architects discusses preliminary first looks at MidPen Housing’s propos- types of amenities, parking and commu- explained MidPen project manager
designs for a 164-unit affordable apartment and public al Tuesday. nity space that could be offered on what Mollie Naber.
parking project planned for two redevelopment sites in Though efforts to scope building an is currently publicly-available surface
downtown San Mateo with resident Gilma Mendoza. affordable housing development with parking lots and a nonprofit-managed See HOUSING, Page 18

HOLLY HICKMAN SF
Giants great Willie McCovey died Wednesday afternoon.

Death of
a legend
Giants Hall of Famer Willie
McCovey has died at age 80
By Janie McCauley
The Day of the Dead festival returns to Redwood City’s Courthouse Square on Sunday, Nov. 4.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Redwood City celebrates Day of the Dead SAN FRANCISCO — Willie McCovey, the sweet-swing-
ing Hall of Famer nicknamed “Stretch” for his 6-foot-4
height and those long arms, died Wednesday. He was 80.
Eighth annual festival will be Nov. 4 in Courthouse Square The San Francisco Giants announced McCovey’s death,
By Zachary Clark See MCCOVEY, Page 13
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Marigolds, catrinas, colorful papel


picado and sugar skulls are all staples
of the Day of the Dead festival, which
Caltrain goes green
returns to Redwood City’s Courthouse
Square on Sunday, Nov. 4.
Transit agency to rely on 100
While this year’s celebration will
incorporate those staples, it will also
percent renewable energy
pay homage to its Aztec roots, before By Zachary Clark
many of the aforementioned features DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
became staples.
“We’re trying to teach people about Caltrain will be powered entirely by renewable energy
the roots of the festival,” said Maritza sources by 2019 for a 4.8 percent cost increase — or an
additional $64,314 a year — if the transit agency partners
See FESTIVAL, Page 18 See CALTRAIN, Page 19
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2 Thursday • Nov 1, 2018 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“Good taste is the
worst vice ever invented.”
— Dame Edith Sitwell, English poet

This Day in History


The  United  States  exploded  the  first

1952 hydrogen  bomb,   code-named  “Ivy


Mike, ”  at  Enewetak  Atoll  in  the
Marshall Islands.
In 1 5 1 2 , Michelangelo’s just-completed paintings on the
ceiling  of  the  Vatican’s  Sistine  Chapel  were  publicly
unveiled by the artist’s patron, Pope Julius II.
In 1 7 6 5 , the Stamp Act, passed by the British Parliament,
went into effect, prompting stiff resistance from American
colonists.
In 1 8 6 1 , during the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln
named Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan General-in-Chief of
the Union armies, succeeding Lt. Gen. Winfield Scott.
In 1 8 7 0 , the United States Weather Bureau made its first
meteorological observations.
In 1 9 3 6 , in  a  speech  in  Milan,  Italy,  Benito  Mussolini
described  the  alliance  between  his  country  and  Nazi
Germany as an “axis” running between Rome and Berlin.
In 1 9 4 9 , an Eastern Airlines DC-4 collided in midair with
a  Lockheed  P-38  fighter  plane  near  Washington  National TOM JUNG/DAILY JOURNAL
Airport, killing all 55 people aboard the DC-4 and serious- The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office and Coroner’s Office held their annual Open House on Oct. 30 at the Forensics Laboratory
ly injuring the pilot of the P-38. on Tower Road in San Mateo. After the tour of the departments, visitors analyzed a mini crime scene and helped to solve a
In 1 9 5 0 , two Puerto Rican nationalists tried to force their mysterious pirate murder. Here pirate criminalist ‘Horribly Heartless Helen’ Luu explains to some middle school students the
way  into  Blair  House  in  Washington,  D.C.,  in  a  failed finer points of fingerprint identification.
attempt to assassinate President Harry S. Truman. (One of
the pair was killed, along with a White House police offi-
cer.)
In other news ...
In 1 9 6 8 , the  Motion  Picture  Association  of  America About 1,000 brooding octopuses This kind of aggregation of deep-sea Friday,  authorities  say.  His  attorney
unveiled its new voluntary film rating system: G for gener- octopuses has been reported only once James  Bustamante  did  not  return  a
al,  M  for  mature  (later  changed  to  GP,  then  PG),  R  for found off California coast before, when earlier this year a smaller phone  call  Wednesday  seeking  com-
restricted and X (later changed to NC-17) for adults only. MONTEREY — Scientists exploring group of about 100 were spotted brood- ment.
In 1 9 7 3 , following the “Saturday Night Massacre,” Acting the  sea  floor  off  the  coast  of  central ing  eggs  in  warm  ocean  water  off  the The  story  was  first  reported
Attorney General Robert H. Bork appointed Leon Jaworski California  for  deep-water  coral  and Central American nation of Costa Rica, Wednesday  by  the  San  Francisco
to  be  the  new  Watergate  special  prosecutor,  succeeding sponges instead found an unprecedent- the nonprofit said. Examiner. 
Archibald Cox. ed sight:  Hundreds of octopuses tucked The octopuses lined up in the cracks The 2017 incident began with a call
between  rocks  with  their  tentacles of  the  clean  rocks  near  shimmering from a frantic mother reporting that her
Birthdays inverted and covering groups of white
eggs  —  a  posture  that  is  common
fluid seeps that looked “kind of like a
heat  wave  off  the  pavement  on  a  hot
20-year-old  daughter  was  demanding
$1,000 for drugs or she would kill her-
among brooding females. day,” which suggests warm water, King self, according to court documents. 
The cluster of more than 1,000 gray said. But he added the submersible was Responding  officers  were  concerned
octopuses  latching  on  to  clean,  dark not equipped to test the water for tem- the daughter would have a drug relapse
rock  was  found  last  week  in  the perature or chemicals. and  they  called  paramedics,  who  used
Davidson  Seamount,  an  underwater It’s not clear why the creatures were soft  restraints  to  tie  the  woman  to  a
extinct  volcano  in  the  Monterey  Bay gathered near fluid seeps that are asso- stretcher  and  loaded  it  into  an  ambu-
National Marine Sanctuary, Chad King, ciated  with  shrimp,  anemones,  snails lance.
a  marine  biologist  at  the  sanctuary, and other animals. Prosecutors say the incident was cap-
said Tuesday. “It could be because the fluid seeping tured on video by the body-worn cam-
Magazine Apple CEO Tim Actress-talk show A  submersible’s  camera  found  the out of the rock is warm or maybe they era of police Officer Michael Filamor,
publisher Larry Cook is 58. host Jenny creatures  on  Oct.  23  nearly  2  miles like the clean, dark rock with no sedi- who helped restrain the woman and was
Flynt is 76. McCarthy is 46. below the surface during the first dive ment,” King said. “There are so many in the ambulance with her and Lee.
by the Nautilus, a vessel exploring the questions that we have no answers for.” The newly hired Filamor was still on
World Golf Hall of Famer Gary Player is 83. Country singer probation  at  the  time,  according  to
sanctuary  and  livestreaming  its  find-
Bill  Anderson  is  81.  Actress  Barbara  Bosson  is  79.  Actor
Robert  Foxworth  is  77.    Country  singer-humorist  Kinky
ings. Authorities: Paramedic charged, court records. 
“This is certainly the largest cluster officer fired after 911 call Police Chief Bill Scott said Filamor
Friedman is 74. Actress Jeannie Berlin is 69. Music producer was  fired  in  January  because  he  muted
of  brooding  deep-sea  octopuses  that
David Foster is 69. Actress Belita Moreno is 69. Rhythm-and- has  ever  been  spotted,”  added  King, SAN  FRANCISCO  — A  911  call  for the sound on his body camera while in
blues musician Ronald Khalis Bell (Kool and the Gang) is 67. who  is  also  the  chief  scientist  aboard help with a suicidal woman led to a San the  ambulance  in  an  attempt  to  cover
Country  singer-songwriter-producer  Keith  Stegall  is  64. the  Nautilus,  a  research  vessel  with  a Francisco police officer losing his job up the incident.
Country singer Lyle Lovett is 61. Actress Rachel Ticotin is 60. team  from  the  National  Oceanic  and and  a  paramedic  being  charged  with Scott  also  admonished  Filamor  for
Rock  musician  Eddie  MacDonald  (The Alarm)  is  59. Actress Atmospheric  Administration  and  the felony assault of a patient, authorities failing to stop the alleged assault.
Helene Udy is 57. Rock singer Anthony Kiedis (Red Hot Chili nonprofit Ocean Exploration Trust. said Wednesday. In  a  wrongful  termination  lawsuit,
Peppers) is 56. Pop singer-musician Mags Furuholmen (a-ha) is It  was  the  first  time  scientists  have Prosecutors  say  that  paramedic Filamor said the paramedic was asking
56.  Rock  musician  Rick Allen  (Def  Leppard)  is  55.  Country seen a cluster of Muusoctopus robustus Raymond  Lee  broke  the  woman’s  arm detailed medical history questions and
singer “Big Kenny” Alphin (Big and Rich) is 55. Singer Sophie octopuses off California’s coast, King and choked her in the ambulance. he muted the camera out of concern for
B. Hawkins is 54. Rapper Willie D (Geto Boys) is 52. Country said. Lee has pleaded not guilty and retired the her privacy. 
musician Dale Wallace (Emerson Drive) is 49. 

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these Jumbles, Oct. 31 Powerball Fantasy Five Th urs day t h ro ug h Fri day :  Mostly
one letter to each square, clear. Highs in the lower 60s to mid 70s.
Get the free JUST JUMBLE app • Follow us on Twitter @PlayJumble

to form four ordinary words. 7 25 39 40 47 20 1 18 20 33 39


Lows in the mid 50s. 
LAGEE
Powerball
Saturday : Mostly  clear.  Highs  in  the
Oct. 30 Mega Millions Daily Four lower 60s to mid 70s. 
20 31 39 46 49 23 1 2 4 5 Saturday ni g ht: Clear. Lows in the mid
50s. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph.
Mega number
Daily three midday
RISVU Oct. 31 Super Lotto Plus
Sunday : Partly cloudy. Highs in the 60s.
Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph. Gusts up to 35 mph in the
0 4 2
afternoon.
28 36 40 41 47 15 Daily three evening Sunday ni g ht: Mostly clear. Lows in the 50s.
RIYFUP
Mega number

4 3 0 Mo nday : Sunny.  Highs  in  the  mid  60s  to  lower  70s.
Northwest winds 5 to 10 mph increasing to west 15 to 20
The Daily Derby race winners are Solid Gold, No. 10,
in first place; Big Ben, No. 4, in second place; and
mph in the afternoon.
Gorgeous George, No. 8, in third place. The race time Mo nday ni g ht: Partly cloudy. Lows in the mid 50s.
VACRIA was clocked at 1:49.03. Tues day : Sunny. Highs in the 60s to mid 70s.

Now arrange the circled letters


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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Thursday • Nov 1, 2018 3

Victim of alleged school Police reports


Statue of limitations

sexual assault sues district


Someone was arrested after they
knocked over a statue and broke it on
Lorton Avenue in Burlingame, it was
reported at 10:45 a.m. Tuesday, Oct.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT touched them on school Middle School officials recently estab- 23.
grounds, in a hotel room lished a series of protocols and programs
The family of a victim who was allegedly during a school trip to designed to address concerns around inap-
sexually abused by a former teacher at Disneyland in April and propriate relationships between teachers
BURLINGAME
Westborough Middle School in South San on trips to The Shops at and students, according to a press release. Petty theft. Someone stole items from a
Francisco is suing the school district Tanforan to see a movie The district formed a crisis response team storage locker on Adrian Road, it was report-
claiming administrators mismanaged sev- and the Serramonte comprised of administrators, counselors, ed at 3:05 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24.
eral complaints about his behavior with Center. The incidents law enforcement representatives, parents Arres t. Someone was arrested for narcotics
students over an extended period of time. allegedly occurred and others designed to properly address after they were observed shoplifting inside a
According to a lawsuit filed Tuesday, Oct. despite a warning from complaints filed by students, said the store, it was reported at 12:45 a. m.
Joseph Toy Wednesday, Oct. 24.
30, in county Superior Court, inappropri- school administrators release.
ate activity by former teacher Joseph Toy not to touch students based on complaints The school also ramped up the support Arres t. Someone was arrested for an out-
was repeatedly reported to district officials lodged previously, according to prosecu- services available for staff and students and standing warrant on Rollins Road, it was
who declined to share it with law enforce- tors. encouraged the school community to be reported at 9:16 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24.
ment. Toy had been teaching at the middle alert for signs from students who may be Mal i ci o us mi s chi ef. Someone smashed a
Toy, 39, faces life in prison on the 56 school for 13 years when the South San experiencing discomfort or post-traumatic vehicle’s window on Bloomfield Road, it
counts of child molest and lewd and lasciv- Francisco Unified School District placed stress disorder, according to the release. was reported at 6:54 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22.
ious acts with minors included in the set of him on administrative leave April 25 after Principal Loraine Rossi de Campos
charges filed in May, which involve being notified of the criminal investiga- encouraged families to maintain open lines BELMONT
alleged actions with five male students tion, according to police previously. of communication which can help the Arres t. Someone was arrested for driving
while he was a teacher at Westborough He is next expected to appear in court school community respond to crime while under the influence on 43rd Avenue
Middle School. Dec. 14 for preliminary hearing and reports, while also pledging commitment near Dumont Street, it was reported at 6:03
Though most of the alleged incidents remains in custody on $6.1 million bail, to building a safe campus. p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28.
occurred between May 2017 and April according to prosecutors. “Our students and staff will receive our Arres t. Someone was arrested for posses-
2018, at least one of them dates back to South San Francisco Unified School full support as we continue to ensure a safe sion of drugs on Ralston Avenue near Old
2013. The five male victims were 13 and District officials were unavailable to com- learning environment for our school com- County Road, it was reported at 10:50 a.m.
14 when Toy allegedly inappropriately ment on the lawsuit, but Westborough munity,” she said in a prepared statement. Saturday, Oct. 27.

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Fate of Baylands heads to voters


Transformative housing, commercial project’s future determined by Measure JJ
By Austin Walsh “If we don’t open the door to something
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF happening, the state is going to kick it
down,” he said.
A ballot initiative standing to essentially Salmon meanwhile criticized such an
double the size of Brisbane is splitting the argument, noting that allowing a develop-
small community in half, as residents and ment which would construct about twice as
officials passionately grapple with a trans- many homes and jobs as the amount cur-
formative proposal along the Baylands. rently in Brisbane by nature contradicts the
Voters will have the ultimate say on city’s ability to chart its own future.
Election Day over the fate of Measure JJ, a “Ten million square feet of development
general plan amendment which would allow is more than everything that already
for construction of up to 2,200 residential exists,” she said. “What kind of local con-
units and 7 million square feet of commer- trol is that?”
cial space on the 684-acre landfill abutting Furthermore, she suggested the project as
the Bayshore. proposed would do little to ameliorate the
Critics claim the site is too toxic and dan- imbalance of available homes and local
gerous to accommodate housing while ini- jobs, due to the significant amount of com-
tiative advocates suggest the development mercial development proposed.
is a fair compromise under mounting pres- Yet despite the detailed elements of her
sure to build new homes at the county’s bor- opposition, Salmon characterized the
der to San Francisco. essence of her argument as a humanitarian
Brisbane native Michele Salmon, who is one.
leading the charge in opposition, claims A RENDERING OF THE BRISBANE BAYLANDS DEVELOPMENT.
“I don’t want to put people at risk in my
flatly the area is too contaminated to be front yard,” she said.
considered safe for residential development. ment at the site. In response to the bill Salmon. For his part, Conway acknowledged the
“We are talking about putting housing on crafted by state Sen. Jerry Hill, D- San Universal Paragon Corporation has been frustrations held by those who oppose the
toxic land,” she said. “That is a big no for Mateo, Conway and his colleagues on the pushing for years to get a project approved initiative. But he balanced that perspective
me.” Brisbane City Council approved floating a on the Baylands. The 2,200 units in devel- against a belief that passing the measure
Meanwhile Mayor William Clark Conway scaled down development proposal to vot- opment allowed under the ballot initiative would offer residents and officials the most
believes remediation is possible to stan- ers in the upcoming election. He noted the is half of the amount sought earlier this authority in shaping the future of Brisbane.
dards beyond state safety thresholds for liv- ballot measure is a general plan amendment year, following extensive deliberations by “I understand how people feel. I really do.
ability. But even if such a level of cleanup which would loosen development regula- city officials. And I understand what the reality is of what
isn’t possible, he fears such an argument tions to allow housing construction, but In the wake of the passionate and occa- we have to do. And that’s how we crafted
will not satisfy legislators dead set on not guarantee the entire scope of the project sionally contentious debate, Conway said this,” he said.
building housing at the site. would be built. he feels reasonably comfortable with a And regardless of how the election turns
“Either it’s going to happen with us An argument citing pressure from state project proposal that can still be managed out, both Conway and Salmon expressed a
approving it in the general plan and con- legislators seeking to combat the housing by officials after the election. desire for the those on either sides of the
trolling the process, or the state is going to crisis held little weight with Salmon, who Should voters shoot down Measure JJ issue to be able to again unify and work
do it,” said Conway, regarding housing suggested the spotlight trained on the though, Conway said he is convinced state together as a community.
development. “So pick your poison.” Baylands was directed by the developer in legislators will resurrect their proposed leg- “If it goes yes, or if it goes no, we are
His argument is built on draft legislation an effort to catalyze construction. islation which would strip Brisbane’s local going to have to move on in some fashion
floated last year as part of the housing law “The landowner has done a very thorough control and make way for an even larger and not be at each other’s throats,” said
package threatening to compel develop- job of lobbying for what they want,” said project. Conway.
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Local briefs
San Mateo woman jailed for attempted stabbing
A 28-year-old San Mateo woman is behind bars this week
after she allegedly attempted to stab a 46-year-old man as he
was loading items into his car on Laurel Street in San
Carlos, according to the San Mateo County District
Attorney’s Office.
The alleged male victim, a San Jose resident, said he saw
Patricia Friley approaching him Monday with a knife and
yelling incoherently as he was loading his car on the 400
block of Laurel Street. Though he tried to get into his car to
avoid her, the two allegedly struggled as he tried to pull the
car door closed while Friley repeatedly tried to stab him,
according to prosecutors.
The man was ultimately able to close the door unharmed,
and started driving away when Friley allegedly slashed one
of his tires. He called 911, and sheriff’s deputies responded
to find Friley sitting near the spot where the alleged alterca-
tion occurred with the knife beside her and a methampheta-
mine pipe in her purse.
She allegedly offered no statement and though the man
was able to identify her, he said he didn’t recognize her,
according to prosecutors.
When Friley appeared in court Wednesday, she pleaded not
guilty to charges of felony assault with a deadly weapon,
CAGUARD ON VISUALHUNT.COM brandishing a deadly weapon, misdemeanor vandalism and
Both spillways at the Oroville Dam crumbled and fell away during heavy rains in early 2017. possession of drug paraphernalia, according to prosecutors.
The county’s private defender program was appointed to

Officials: Oroville Dam spillway will be ready for rain her case and she was ordered to have no contact with the
man. She remains in custody on $35,000 bail and will next
appear in court Nov. 14 for preliminary hearing, according
By Jonathan J. Cooper Both spillways at the dam, which is allowed home a few days later after water
to prosecutors.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS about 150 miles northeast of San behind the dam receded and the danger
Francisco, crumbled and fell away dur- passed. Judge calls for three month
SACRAMENTO — California water ing heavy rains in early 2017, prompt- State officials promised to be done
officials said Wednesday that the $1.1 ing fears of a catastrophic release of with concrete work by Nov. 1 so there suspension for California prosecutor
billion spillway at the nation’s tallest water. State officials had assured the would be enough time for it to dry and be SAN FRANCISCO — A State Bar court recommended sus-
dam will be in full working order if it’s public for days leading up to the failures used by December. With that goal met, pending the license of a California prosecutor that it found
needed this winter, nearly two years that the dam could handle rising waters crews will need to fill small holes left by was grossly negligent for failing to disclose information
after it was damaged and thousands were amid persistent and heavy rains. the construction process, seal joints that could have helped a defendant in a murder case.
forced to flee. Then on Feb. 12, 2017, officials and place sand and rock outside the Judge Pat McElroy in a decision released on Monday rec-
Crews have finished pouring concrete ordered an immediate evacuation, fear- walls. ommended that Andrew Ganz lose the ability to practice law
on the main spillway at Oroville Dam, ing that a concrete weir that holds water On the emergency spillway, crews for three months. A final decision is up to the California
though it still needs to cure for a month in the lake could collapse within an have poured concrete to line a portion of Supreme Court.
and other work is necessary before it can hour. The panic of the sudden evacuation a hillside to prevent a repeat of the ero- Ganz’s attorney, Al Giannini, said his client will consider
be used, the California Department of turned into frustration and anger when sion that caused the 2017 scare. They appealing McElroy’s decision.
Water Resources announced. Crews will many of the evacuees found themselves still need to pour more concrete to link Ganz is now a prosecutor in San Francisco, but the disci-
also continue pouring concrete on an stuck in gridlocked traffic hours after that splash-pad with the concrete weir at plinary charges against him stemmed from a case he handled
adjacent emergency spillway. fleeing the danger zone. Residents were the top. while with the Solano County district attorney’s office.

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Obituaries
Anna Jones Stable premiums, more options
Anna Marie Jones (née Wenger) was a
native of San Bruno, born Oct. 26, 1935,
and died on her 83rd
birthday, Oct. 26, 2018.
as health care law sign-ups begin
She resided in San Bruno By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar
for over 75 years with THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
her loving family. She
was the cherished daugh- WASHINGTON — The Affordable Care
ter of Marie and Fritz Act’s sixth sign-up season opens Thursday
Wenger and was proud of amid stabilizing premiums and more choice
her Swiss heritage. She for consumers.
was the devoted wife of Nationally, average premiums are going
Lee Jones (deceased), loving mother of up only by low single-digit percentages for
Greg (deceased), Matthew (deceased) and 2019. In some states, and for some types of
Leanne (Arica) and doting “Grammy” of plans, premiums will decline. Fewer areas
Davan. She was the devoted sister of Bill will see increases. Insurers also are expand-
(deceased), Walt (Bene) and Fred (Bev) ing their participation.
Wenger. She is also survived by many Health care ranks among voters’ top con-
beloved nieces, nephews, cousins, neigh- cerns going into next week’s midterm elec-
bors and friends. tions.
A visitation will be held 2 p.m. Sunday, A year ago, it wasn’t even clear if former
Nov. 4, at Chapel of the Highlands, 194 President Barack Obama’s signature program
Millwood Drive, Millbrae. Services will be would survive repeated efforts by President
held 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 5, at St. John’s Donald Trump and Republicans to repeal it.
United Church, 480 San Anselmo Ave., San There have been changes. It might be
Bruno. A graveside service will follow at more difficult finding help in enrolling,
Skylawn Memorial Park, State Route 92 at after the Trump administration sharply
REUTERS FILE PHOTO
Highway 35, San Mateo. Reception will scaled back funding for sign-up counselors
known as “navigators.” Even so, independ- The federal government forms for applying for health coverage are seen at a rally held by
follow at the Elks Lodge in San Mateo, 229 supporters of the Affordable Care Act.
W. 20th Ave. In lieu of flowers, the family ent community groups still guide consumers
requests donations to Make-A-Wish through the paperwork. has been worth the $290 he pays monthly in even if you don’t qualify for financial help,
Northeastern and Central California and And in a change that takes effect Jan. 1, premiums. but many cannot afford to pay full freight
Northern Nevada (necannv.wish.org). those who decide to opt out of health insur- “When you have it, it keeps you proactive and self-pay customers have left the market
ance won’t be penalized come tax time. on taking care of yourself,” said Hewitt. in droves.
Manuel Martinez Consumers have until Dec. 15 to sign up About 10 million people have private The 2019 sign-up season begins just days
through HealthCare.gov. policies through HealthCare.gov and state- before Tuesday’s midterm elections, when
Manuel Martinez died in his home Mike Hewitt plans to re-enroll. “God bless run insurance markets, with roughly 9 in 10 voters will determine control of Congress.
Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018. He was 96. He was Obamacare,” said the self-employed remod- getting taxpayer-financed help to pay their Democrats have made preserving the
born on May 31, 1923, in Albuquerque, eling contractor from Austin, Texas. premiums. An estimated 12 million more are ACA’s protections for pre-existing medical
New Mexico, and moved to San Francisco The first year he signed up under the ACA, covered through the ACA’s Medicaid expan- conditions a major issue. Trump and
to join the war effort. He achieved the rank Hewitt fell off a roof he was working on, sion, aimed at low-income adults. Republicans have been hitting hard against
of Seaman 1st Class in the United States shattering his left heel and tearing an arm Income-based tax credits to help pay pre- Sen. Bernie Sanders’ “Medicare for All”
Coast Guard. He was honorably discharged muscle. “It allowed me to get good health miums remain available. The plan, saying Democrats are out to destroy
following active service that took him to insurance to fix my body,” said Hewitt, HealthCare.gov website and call center will Medicare. Republicans haven’t backed off
every corner of the globe. After the end of who’s in his 50s. He believes the coverage be up and running. Coverage is available their vow to repeal “Obamacare.”
World War II, back in San Francisco, he met
his first wife and mother of his nine chil-
dren, Jeanette Joyce Montoya. They
enjoyed life together in their home in San
California power customers file claims in pre-emptive outage
Mateo’s Shoreview community where he By Paul Elias PG&E also explained its decision to pre- Many of the affected customers com-
worked and retired as a custodian for the San THE ASSOCIATED PRESS emptively cut power for the first time to plained that the outages occurred during
Mateo County School District. He was a 60,000 Northern California customers from what appeared to them to be mild weather.
wonderful spirit that was revered by his SAN FRANCISCO — A Northern Oct. 14 to Oct. 16. PG&E said in its report “PG&E views this as an extreme measure
California utility said Wednesday it received to the California Public Utilities that should be taken with great care,” the
family, friend and neighbors. He is sur-
146 demands for reimbursement from cus- Commission that it made the decision after company said in its report.
vived by his second wife Alicia “Rosie” The Public Utilities Commission this
tomers who say Pacific Gas & Electric the National Weather Service issued a wild-
Flores; his children: Richard, Gerald, Paula fire warning for much of the region. summer formally authorized California util-
Company’s controversial decision to cut
and Shawn; and eight grandchildren. He PG&E said its officials felt a forecast of ities to shut power when they feel wildfire
power to prevent wildfires hurt them eco-
will be sorely missed. nomically. sustained winds of 25 mph gusting to 45 threats are high.
Graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. The utility said in a report to California mph threatened to bring down power lines PG&E expects to pay billions of dollars
Friday, Nov. 2, 2018, at Golden Gate regulators that it won’t pay any of the and start wildfires. in wildfire damages and has sought ways to
National Cemetery, 1300 Sneath Lane in claims. Most of the complaints were over PG&E said low humidity and dry vegeta- limit its liability through the courts and
San Bruno. spoiled food. tion contributed to its decision. legislature.
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Around the nation
Official: Mafia hit man
suspected in Whitey Bulger’s slaying
Suspect in synagogue rampage
BOSTON — A Mafia hit man who is said to hate “rats” is
under suspicion in the slaying of former Boston crime boss
and longtime FBI informant James
“Whitey” Bulger, who was found dead
indicted on second day of funerals
By Maryclaire Dale
hours after he was transferred to a West THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Virginia prison, an ex-investigator
briefed on the case said Wednesday. PITTSBURGH — The suspect in the
The former official said that Fotios Pittsburgh synagogue massacre was
“Freddy” Geas and at least one other indicted by a federal
inmate are believed to have been involved grand jury
in Bulger’s killing. The longtime investi- Wednesday, and
gator was not authorized to discuss the members of a grief-
James matter and spoke on condition of
‘Whitey’ Bulger anonymity. stricken Jewish
community endured
Authorities have not disclosed the cause of death. another round of
Among the many unanswered questions after Bulger was funerals for victims
found dead on Tuesday: Why was he moved to the prison? And of the worst anti-
why was a frail 89-year-old like Bulger — a known “snitch” Semitic attack in
— placed in the general population instead of more protec- Robert Bowers American history.
tive housing? Robert Bowers, a
Attorney Hank Brennan said Bulger had a hip injury and 46-year-old truck driver who authori-
was in a wheelchair when he was attacked. Brennan repre- ties say raged against Jews as he
sented Bulger during his 2013 trial. gunned down 11 and wounded six, was
Geas, 51, and his brother were sentenced to life in prison charged in a 44-count indictment with
in 2011 for their roles in several violent crimes, including murder, hate crimes and other offenses REUTERS
the 2003 killing of Adolfo “Big Al” Bruno, a Genovese crime that could bring the death penalty. The People hold a vigil for the victims of the synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh, Penn.
family boss who was gunned down in a Springfield, indictment, which was expected, was and our city,” U.S. Attorney Scott and Irving Younger, 69.
Massachusetts, parking lot. announced on the second day of a Brady said in a statement. “Our office “It can’t be fixed,” Robert Libman
Private investigator Ted McDonough, who knew Geas, told weeklong series of funerals for congre- will spare no resource, and will work said at his sister’s funeral, clutching
The Boston Globe: “Freddy hated rats.” gants who perished in the mass shoot- with professionalism, integrity and his chest as he described the pain of
“Freddy hated guys who abused women. Whitey was a rat ing at Tree of Life synagogue. diligence, in a way that honors the losing her. “My sister is dead. My sis-
who killed women. It’s probably that simple,” McDonough “Today begins the process of seek- memories of the victims.” ter was murdered. There was no one I
told the newspaper, which first reported that Geas was under ing justice for the victims of these One after another, services were held know like her. Pure goodness. ... She
suspicion. hateful acts, and healing for the vic- for three more victims of the rampage: was the most tolerant and gentle per-
tims’ families, the Jewish community, Joyce Fienberg, 75; Melvin Wax, 87, son that I’ve ever known.”
Suspect in grocery store
shooting indicted on murder charges
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The man accused in the shooting
deaths of two grocery store patrons in Kentucky has been
DOJ: Pipe bomb suspect searched targets, photos online
By Curt Anderson Sayoc began plot- devices to prominent Democrats,
indicted on two counts of murder. ting the “domestic Trump critics and media outlets before
Prosecutors say Gregory Bush was THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
terror attack” in he was arrested in the van last week.
indicted Wednesday by a Jefferson County July while living in The 56-year-old Sayoc faces five fed-
grand jury in the shootings a week ago at FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Pipe his van. The old eral charges in Manhattan carrying a
a Kroger store in suburban Louisville. bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc searched for white vehicle was combined maximum sentence of 48
Bush also was indicted on one count of addresses of his targets online and had plastered with pho- years behind bars, prosecutors said.
criminal attempted murder and two counts photos of many of them on his cell- tos praising Donald Prosecutors said in the letter to U.S.
of first-degree wanton endangerment. phone, including one of Michelle Trump and targeting Magistrate Judge Edwin Torres that
Bush’s case will proceed to Jefferson Obama’s driver’s license, federal pros-
County Circuit Court in Louisville. ecutors said in a letter outlining more
Cesar Sayoc his critics, depict- Sayoc should remain jailed without
Gregory Bush ing some of Sayoc’s bail. A detention hearing is set Friday
Bush was seen on surveillance video evidence against him. alleged opponents with red crosshairs in Miami, as well as a hearing on when
trying to enter a historically black church minutes before the
shootings at the grocery store. He was not able to enter the The letter sent by Justice on their faces. Sayoc should be sent to New York to
church, police said. Department prosecutors in New York The FBI says Sayoc ultimately stand trial. Additional charges are like-
A federal prosecutor has said federal investigators are to a Miami federal judge also says mailed 15 improvised explosive ly, they said.
examining if there were any violations of federal law, includ-
ing potential civil rights violations such as hate crimes.
Bush is white and the two victims were black.
The police chief of the town outside Louisville where the
shooting happened said he believes the killings were racial-
ly motivated.
The 51-year-old Bush is being held in a local jail.

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Weary caravan migrants set to resume march By Sonia Perez D. classic songs by Mexican singer Vicente
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fernandez, known as “the king of ranchera
music, ” played in the background.
JUCHITAN, Mexico — Thousands of Loudspeaker announcements discussed
weary Central Americans in a migrant car- bathroom use and a prohibition on charg-
avan aiming to reach the United States had ing money to power their cellphones.
their visions of quick transport hundreds Red Cross personnel bandaged the
of miles ahead to Mexico City dashed swollen feet of Honduran farmer Omar
Wednesday as dozens of hoped-for buses Lopez, who had pounded the hot asphalt of
failed to materialize. highways every day for the last two weeks
The migrants took the day off from after spending nights on concrete side-
walking and hitching rides in packed walks with just a thin sheet of plastic for
trucks from small town to small town as cover. Lopez said playing soccer back
representatives tried to negotiate rides for home had given him stamina but the
all 4,000 or so in hope of relief from the “exaggerated” walk has taken its toll.
long and exhausting grind. “The sacrifice is worth the effort, ”
But as the day wore on there was no sign Lopez said. “I promised to buy my son a
Mexican authorities intended to accede to real motorcycle and I’m going to make
the demand, and by evening leaders good. I promised him many other things
acknowledged it wasn’t going to happen. ... not only things, I also want to give
“The attempt to travel by bus failed,” them education. Everything good costs
coordinator Walter Cuello said. money.”
After spending the night at a city-owned Amid the increasing exhaustion of the
REUTERS property on the outskirts of the southern migrants, a Guatemalan woman gave birth
Migrants, part of a caravan traveling to the U.S., rest after starting their walk before dawn from city of Juchitan, the migrants wandered to the first known caravan baby at a hos-
Ciudad Hidalgo toward Tapachula, Mexico. around looking for something to eat as pital in Juchitan.

Trump says border troops could hit 15K, surprising Pentagon


By Zeke Miller and Robert Burns under present plans. the initially announced total were going, immigration declarations, promises and
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The troop numbers and he pointedly rejected a news report that actions as he tries to mobilize supporters
have been changing at a it could reach 14,000, saying that was “not to retain Republican control of Congress.
WASHINGTON — President Donald dizzying pace, with consistent with what’s actually being His own Republican campaign in 2016
Trump said Wednesday that the number of Trump drawing a hard planned.” concentrated on border fears, and that’s his
military troops deployed to the U. S. - line on immigration in Gen. Terrence O’Shaughnessy, the com- focus in the final week of the midterm
Mexican border could reach 15, 000 — the lead-up to the mander of U.S. Northern Command, told fight.
roughly double the number the Pentagon midterm elections. reporters the number would exceed the ini- “As far as the caravan is concerned, our
said it currently plans for a mission whose Just last week officials tial contingent of 5,200, but he offered no military is out,” Trump said. “We have
dimensions are shifting daily. Donald Trump were indicating that estimate of the eventual total. about 5, 800. We’ll go up to anywhere
The Pentagon said “more than 7,000” about 800 to 1, 000 Just 24 hours later, Trump thrust new between 10,000 and 15,000 military per-
troops were being sent to the Southwest might be sent. On Monday, officials uncertainty into the picture, catching the sonnel on top of Border Patrol, ICE and
border to support the Customs and Border announced that about 5,200 were being Pentagon by surprise. everybody else at the border.”
Protection agents. Officials said that num- deployed. The next day, the Air Force gen- With his eyes squarely on next Tuesday’s Later Wednesday, Trump told ABC News,
ber could reach a maximum of about 8,000 eral running the operation said more than contests, Trump has rushed a series of “We have to have a wall of people.”

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Thursday • Nov 1, 2018 9


Letters to the editor Daily Journal
endorsements
Measure W slowly moving … forward … an inch. Only Belmont, or about 1 percent of the current
Editor,
to be met … by another set … of red, angry housing stock. This number puts larger CITY OFFICES
lights … on the back of the car ahead of Peninsula cities to shame; it’s remarkable
Jon Mays wrote a great editorial piece of Belmont City Council (three seats)
you.  for a small city that was in a crippling Warren Lieberman, Julia Mates and Charles
absolute clarity about why San Mateo Everyone agrees that something must be budget position for a long time.
County taxpayers should not vote for Stone
done. Lieberman, Mates and Stone have shown Foster City Council (two seats)
Measure W, and took pains to exclude any Voting yes on Measure W is that some- real leadership and financial savvy to turn Richa Awasthi and Paul Williams
bias or undue influence in his opinion. The thing.  the city around. They deserve your vote. Half Moon Bay City Council (three seats)
timing of this editorial is optimum because Yes on Measure W will raise funds to pay Debbie Ruddock, Virginia Turezyn and
it’s closer to the election date when all for highway improvements like the recent Deborah Penrose
Kevin Burke
those “undecideds” are a lot more likely to project at El Camino and 92 that has dra- Redwood City Council (three seats)
remember it rather than if it had been pub- Belmont Giselle Hale, Diane Howard and Rick Hunter
matically improved traffic flow, even in the San Carlos City Council (three seats)
lished any earlier. busiest times. Better highway intersec- John McDowell, Laura Parmer-Lohan and
tions, less traffic. Bolbol for Belmont Adam Rak
Pat Giorni Yes on Measure W will pay for improv- Millbrae City Council (two seats)
ing our local roads. Better roads, faster Editor,  Reuben Holober and Anne Oliva
Burlingame
cars, less traffic.  The democratic process is under serious South San Francisco City Council (three
Yes on Measure W will provide money attack in Belmont, and Deniz Bolbol is seats)
Support Tom Mohr for rail crossings, so trains pass by over- needed on the City Council to help restore Mark Addiego, Pradeep Gupta and Mark
head as cars whiz by underneath. Faster it to health. Our council votes in lockstep Nagales
Editor, on major issues and ignores those who dis- South San Francisco city clerk
Many know Tom Mohr as a leader in edu- trains, less cars stopping, less traffic.  Rosa Acosta
Yes on Measure W will provide funding agree with them. Not only does it ignore
cation in San Mateo County. He has been a other viewpoints, it actively suppresses
teacher, administrator (in both north and for bike improvements. More bikes, less
them by failing to discuss them or explain SCHOOL BOARDS
south San Mateo County), college presi- cars, less traffic. 
them in the minutes of meetings. Deniz Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary
dent and currently a trustee of the San Yes on Measure W will fund public tran- School District Board of Trustees (three
promises to be responsive to all residents,
Mateo County Community College District sit. More buses, less cars, less traffic. seats)
and give voice to those who have been shut
area 4. Yes on Measure W won’t fix everything; Suvarna Bhopale, Amy Koo and Rahila Passi
out.
I have had the privilege of working with there is no silver bullet, but if you’ve ever San Bruno Park Elementary School District
Disdain for citizen input has been recent-
Tom the last four years. Tom has led the wanted to personally do something mean- Board of Trustees (three seats)
ly expressed on nextdoor.com by Teri Chavez, Andrew Mason and Henry
board and district in discussions of social ingful about traffic along the Peninsula,
Councilman Charles Stone, who said: Sanchez
justice and critical thinking. With his lead- here is your chance. 
“Direct democracy is a real problem in South San Francisco Unified School
ership, the district is on a positive course Vote yes on Measure W for less traffic.
California,” and expressed that elected rep- District Board of Trustees (three seats)
with a strategic plan. resentatives should be trusted to do what’s John Baker, Eddie Flores and Reem Nasrah
I have become a better trustee by the Josh Powell best for citizens. However, we don’t elect San Mateo County Community College
questions he has brought forward. His deci- Belmont dictators, and citizen input should always District Trustee Area 4 (one seat)
sions are always based on what is best for The letter writer is a member of the be welcomed and respected. In addition, Tom Mohr
the entire district. He is inclusive and lis- SamTrans Board of Directors. this current council has taken a number of San Mateo County Board of Education
tens to all sides of issues. District 1 (one seat)
actions to limit transparency; including Susan Alvaro
I agree with Tom that the district moves approving sanitized “action” minutes for
forward when we are in partnership with Lieberman, Stone, council and committee meetings, with few LOCAL MEASURES
administration, faculty, all staff and of details of comments by the public; refusing
course, students. That can only happen
Mates for Belmont City Council to video or audio record meetings of some Belmont shift from elected to appointed
when all parties are at the table and willing Editor, city clerk Measure CC (Majority needed) —
committees; and allowing changes to the YES
to listen and compromise. At the Belmont candidates forum, you rules for council meetings to limit public
would have noticed how often the three Belmont shift from elected to appointed
I truly admire the fact that Tom gives so input. In contrast, Deniz has made trans- city treasurer Measure WW (Majority
much of his time to visit programs and par- incumbents, Warren Lieberman, Julia parency in city government one of her top needed) — YES
ticipates in events. This not only shows Mates and Charles Stone, discussed policy priorities. Failing to elect Deniz will send Half Moon Bay marijuana taxation
support, but always educates him, and he in tradeoffs in their answers and closed by an unfortunate message to the council that Measure AA (Majority needed) (Majority
turn shares with the rest of us that he has saying “It’s in a report on the city website; it is okay to continue ignoring and sup- needed) — NO
learned. check it out.” Discussing tradeoffs was a pressing other points of view. I’m voting Half Moon Bay allowance and regulation
Please vote Nov. 6, Tom Mohr Area 4 San contrast with the sole challenger, who only for Deniz. Please see her fact check of marijuana starter plants in existing
Mateo County Community College promised better city services with no corre- greenhouses Measure GG (Majority needed)
videos on deniz4belmont.com for shock- — YES
District. sponding new revenue source. From a ing examples of fake news by the incum- Half Moon Bay (advisory) allowance of
rhetorical standpoint, the incumbents’ ref- bents. mature marijuana plants in existing
Karen Schwarz erences to staff reports, outreach, and in- greenhouses Measure EE (Majority needed)
person meetings could be unsatisfying. — NO
Redwood City Tim Strinden
Guess what? A City Council’s work is Half Moon Bay (advisory) allowance of two
The letter writer is a member of the San Belmont
often unsatisfying. Belmont’s coun- retail locations Measure SS (Majority
Mateo County Community College District needed) — NO
board. cilmembers must strike a balance between a
group of residents who want zero changes Half Moon Bay (advisory) allowance of
to the city (besides their home value, Synagogue attack marijuana manufacturing Measure MM
Editor, (Majority needed) — NO
Yes on Measure W for less traffic which should always increase), and another Millbrae $12 million bond for recreation
group of residents and workforce strug- What sadness and tears for those mur- center rebuild Measure II (Two-thirds
Editor, gling with crippling housing costs, who dered by violent, deranged haters. Survive needed) — YES
Congestion has risen to levels that have showed up to the city’s General Plan hear- the Holocaust to be murdered where you feel Redwood City Measure RR half-cent sales
many people concerned. Sitting in traffic is ings to demand even more housing in the safe? Is there anywhere safe from hate and tax increase to fund city services (Majority
no way to live life. The frustration … of updated zoning map. Stone, Mates and anger? My heart hurts for these victims and needed) — YES
Lieberman have done a good job of strik- all the others who were survivors only to San Bruno Park Elementary School District
ing that balance. No one is going to get die in this crazy world. Measure X $79 million bond measure (55
Editor’s note: everything they want, and voters should be percent needed) — YES
San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School
We will accept letters to the editor on wary of candidates who promise every- District Measure V $298 parcel tax measure
election-related topics until 5 p. m. thing. Tobbe Dee (Two-thirds needed) — YES
Thursday, Nov. 1. There are over 100 deed-restricted afford- San Mateo SamTrans half-cent sales tax increase for
able housing units under development in transportation improvements Measure W
(Two-thirds needed) — NO
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10 Thursday • Nov 1, 2018 BUSINESS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Stocks rally , but finish October with losses


By Marley Jay rose 3.8 percent to $151.79.
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Other high-flying internet and
High: 25,336.55
tech stocks did better. Netflix
Low: 25,008.82 jumped 5.6 percent to $301.78
NEW YORK — Stocks climbed
for the second day in a row Close: 25,115.76 and Amazon soared 4.4 percent to
Wednesday at the end of a brutal Change: +241.12 $1,598.01. Apple, which held up
month for the global market. much better than the broader stock
OTHER INDEXES
Investors applauded strong quar- market this month, gained 2.6
S&P 500: 2711.74 +29.11 percent to $218.86.
terly results from companies
NYSE Index: 12,208.06 +78.12 Facebook has plummeted 30
including Facebook and General
Motors, but U.S. stocks still fin- Nasdaq: 7305.90 +144.25 percent since reaching a record
ished with their worst monthly NYSE MKT: 2520.47 +8.93 high in late July. That same
loss in seven years. Russell 2000: 1511.41 +4.78 month, the social network report-
Markets in Europe, Asia and the Wilshire 5000: 27,980.90 +311.25 ed weaker-than-expected user
U.S. rallied following better-than- growth and said it’s spending
expected results from various
10-Yr Bond: 3.16 +0.05 more on security, moderation and
companies and continued hiring Oil (per barrel): 64.88 -1.30 product development.
by U.S. businesses. Many of the Gold : 1,217.40 -7.90 Investors worry that companies
biggest gains Wednesday came like Facebook will be subject to
from technology and internet Even after those gains eased, Donald Trump and China’s Xi points, or 1 percent, to more regulation following several
companies and retailers, which investors kept selling stocks as Jinping could meet next month, 25,115.76. The Nasdaq composite data privacy scandals as well as
plunged early in October as they worried about the trade dis- an opportunity for progress in jumped 144.25 points, or 2 per- online election meddling from
investors worried about rising pute and other factors that could U.S.-China trade talks. cent, to 7,305.90. outside the U.S. Facebook is also
interest rates and the U.S.-China also hurt economic growth and “If there’s any kind of move- The Russell 2000 index of facing harsh criticism that its
trade dispute. company profits. ment, even a stay of execution (on smaller companies edged up 4.78 platform is being used to inflame
The S&P 500 hadn’t risen for Investors are that much more tariff hikes), could be a positive points, or 0. 3 percent, to ethnic and religious conflict in
two consecutive days since late nervous because corporate profit for the market, ” she said. 1,511.41. Smaller and more U.S.- Myanmar. On top of all that,
September. It finished October growth is already expected to slow Severinovsky added that whatever focused companies did even worse high-tech stocks like Facebook
with a loss of 6.9 percent, its in 2019 after it jumped this year, a the outcome of next week’s than the rest of the stock market have stumbled this month as
worst since September 2011. The big portion of which stemmed from midterm elections, stocks will in October. investors looked for safer, steadier
third quarter of this year was the the one-time corporate tax cut. probably rise once they are over. Facebook had a mixed third quar- options.
best in five years for U.S. stocks, Schroders Investment Strategist “Markets tend to rally on cer- ter, with better-than-expected Amazon fell 20 percent for the
but those gains were wiped out Marina Severinovsky said several tainty,” she said. earnings and disappointing rev- month, wiping out around $200
this month. The S&P 500 is now different factors could help stocks The S&P 500 index rose 29.11 enue. But after the company’s billion in market value. The tech-
up 1.4 percent for the year. over the next few weeks: corporate points, or 1. 1 percent, to recent losses, even that was a heavy Nasdaq skidded 9.2 percent,
Stocks began sinking on Oct. 3 stock purchases are expected to 2, 711. 74. The Dow Jones relief to Wall Street. After a 2.9 its biggest one-month loss since
as interest rates rocketed higher. increase, and U. S. President Industrial Average gained 241.12 percent gain Tuesday, the stock November 2008.

Imperva reported
3Q net income of $1.1M
Business briefs
Wednesday, shares hit $12.74, a fall of
General Motors offers buyouts to 18K
REDWOOD SHORES — Imperva Inc. on
Wednesday reported third-quarter net income
of $1.1 million, after reporting a loss in the
roughly 9 percent in the last 12 months.

Innoviva reported
workers after posting strong profit
By Tom Krisher has a target number for employee reductions,
same period a year earlier.
The Redwood Shores-based company said 3Q profit of $47.1M THE ASSOCIATED PRESS nor would he say if there will be layoffs if too
few employees take the buyouts.
it had profit of 3 cents per share. Earnings, BRISBANE — Innoviva Inc. on
adjusted for stock option expense and costs Wednesday reported third-quarter profit of DETROIT — As General Motors reported a “We will evaluate the need to implement
related to mergers and acquisitions, came to $47.1 million. healthy $2.5 billion third-quarter profit, the after we see the results of the voluntary pro-
43 cents per share. On a per-share basis, the Brisbane-based Detroit automaker ramped up its cost-cutting gram and other cost reduction efforts,” he
The results beat Wall Street expectations. company said it had profit of 43 cents. efforts by offering buyouts to 18,000 white- said.
The average estimate of eight analysts sur- The biopharmaceutical company posted collar workers. Workers have until Nov. 19 to make a deci-
veyed by Zacks Investment Research was revenue of $61.7 million in the period. The company, while acknowledging it’s in sion, and they would leave the company by
for earnings of 18 cents per share. Innoviva shares have dropped 1 percent good shape now, said Wednesday it needs to the end of the year, GM said. The company
The data security software provider posted since the beginning of the year. In the finalbe smaller to prepare for tougher times that has 50,000 salaried workers in North
revenue of $91.6 million in the period, also minutes of trading on Wednesday, shares hit might be ahead as it continues to get ready for America.
topping Street forecasts. Seven analysts $14.02, a rise of 15 percent in the last 12 a future of electric and autonomous vehicles. The offers came as GM’s earnings surprised
surveyed by Zacks expected $89.2 million. months. “Even with the progress we’ve made, we are Wall Street by riding strong prices for much
Imperva shares have climbed 39 percent taking proactive steps to get ahead of the of its model lineup across the globe, espe-
since the beginning of the year. In the final Groundskeeper accepts curve by accelerating our efforts to address cially in the U.S. where it rolled out
minutes of trading on Wednesday, shares hit overall business performance,” GM said in a redesigned versions of its Chevrolet
$55.35, an increase of 30 percent in the last
reduced $78M Monsanto verdict statement. “We are doing this while our com- Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups.
12 months. SAN FRANCISCO — A Northern pany and economy are strong.” “Our discipline came through this quarter,”
California groundskeeper says he will The earnings and buyout news drove GM Chief Financial Officer Dhivya Suryadevara
TriplePoint Venture Growth accept a judge’s reduced verdict of $78 mil- shares higher in Wednesday afternoon trad- said, adding that she believes strong prices
lion against Monsanto after a jury found the ing. The stock was up 8.6 percent to $36.43, are sustainable as GM builds inventory of
reported 3Q earnings of $10.9M company’s weed killer caused his cancer. after mostly falling since June. light-duty pickups and rolls out heavy-duty
MENLO PARK — TriplePoint Venture DeWayne Johnson’s attorney informed Buyout offers were made Wednesday to versions.
Growth BDC Corp. on Wednesday reported the San Francisco Superior Court on salaried workers in North America with 12 or The average sale price of a GM vehicle in
third-quarter earnings of $10.9 million. Wednesday. more years of service. GM spokesman Patrick the U.S. reached $36,000, $800 more than a
The Menlo Park-based company said it Johnson could have demanded a new trial Morrissey wouldn’t say whether the company year ago and a third-quarter record.
had profit of 50 cents per share. Earnings, after Judge Suzanna Bolanos cut the jury’s
adjusted for investment gains, came to 46 original $289 million award.
cents per share.
The investment company posted revenue
Monsanto spokesman Daniel Childs did
not immediately return a phone call. He pre- Justices weigh $8.5M settlement
of $17.7 million in the period. viously said the company planned to appeal
TriplePoint Venture Growth shares have
climbed slightly since the beginning of the
every adverse verdict. The company is fac-
ing 8,000 similar lawsuits across the coun-
with $0 to 129M Google users
year. In the final minutes of trading on try. By Mark Sherman instances in which courts approve a “cy
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS pres” settlement, roughly translated as near
as possible, and find it’s impractical to send
money to the very large class of affected
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court
people.
struggled Wednesday over what to do about
an $8.5 million class-action settlement Google agreed to settle the class action
involving Google and privacy concerns in for users of its search function between
which all the money went to lawyers and 2006 and 2014. Of the $8.5 million, $2.1
nonprofit groups but nothing was paid to million eventually went to lawyers, $1 mil-
129 million people who used Google to per- lion paid administrative costs and $5.3 mil-
form internet searches. lion was set aside for six organizations that
The justices considered objections to the deal with internet privacy issues. Four of the
settlement in a case involving Google groups are affiliated with universities, while
searches people do about themselves. The the other two are the World Privacy Forum
lawsuit argues that Google sends website and AARP.
operators potentially identifying informa- The three individuals who initially sued
tion when someone clicks on a link pro- received $5,000 each, but the millions of
duced by a search. The suit says the practice Google users they represented received
violates users’ privacy under federal law. nothing. If all 129 million people had been
The issue at the court concerns the rare paid, they would have gotten 4 cents each.
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Thursday • Nov. 1, 2018

New eras off to successful starts


SHP doesn’t skip
a beat; Menlo
re-emerging as
CCS contender
By Nathan Mollat
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

2018 was a new year in more


ways than one for both the Sacred
Heart Prep and Menlo School
girls’ water polo teams.
SHP was coming off its first loss
in a Central Coast Section cham-
pionship game for the first time in
nine years and had a new head
coach in Jamie Frank.
Menlo, meanwhile, once a CCS
power, had fallen into the
Peninsula Athletic League’s Ocean DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS FILE/MENLO SCHOOL ATHLETICS
Division a few years ago. The SHP’s Eleanor Facey, above left shown during the 2017 CCS championship match, is one of 14 returning varsity players who have helped the program
Knights, too, were breaking in a transition to new head coach Jamie Frank. Menlo School’s Sophie Golub, right, is part of a well-rounded Knights’ squad that earned the No. 1 seed in
new coach for the 2018 campaign the Division II bracket a year after making the Division II finals as a No. 3 seed.
in Claire Howie.
Now, with the Central Coast California-Irvine. “It was an easy the boys’ varsity assistant coach With 14 returning varsity play- youth of this year’s squad. There
Section playoffs looming this thing to keep things going.” under head man Brian Kreutzkamp ers, it is very clear that the Gators are only five seniors on a 17-play-
weekend, SHP is back in a familiar Frank was already well acquaint- the last five seasons. are looking to re-establish their er roster and a number of the
spot, while Menlo appears back to ed not only with the girls on the “We’ve been really lucky to get dominance in CCS. Eleanor Facey, returners this season saw signifi-
being a CCS contender. team, but the program’s culture, in great student-athletes, ” Frank Annabel Facey and Bella Bachler cant action last season.
“There was a pretty good founda- general. A physical education said. “But the culture that was built leads the offense, while goaltender “The girls are comfortable in
tion going in,” said Frank, a 2005 teacher at SHP Middle School, was here before I got here. People Nellie McAdams anchors the their roles. We try to be pretty well
Aragon graduate who played four Frank had served as the girls’ jun- want to be in a program where they defense. What has the Gators set
years of polo at University of ior varsity coach before serving as can maintain success.” up for even more success is the See POLO, Page 14

Old coaching colleagues Hurry up and


will meet as rivals when wait as Mavs
Raiders and 49ers face off window opens
By Josh Dubow computers and everything, but he

T
oday is Opening Day — for the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS was one of the first guys doing that Mavericks surf contest, that is.
stuff, probably being a little bit Now run by the Big Wave Tour, an
SANTA CLARA — When Kyle younger than most guys at that offshoot of the the World Surf League, the
Shanahan was looking to get into time and just introduced me to pret- contest is now known as “The Mavericks
the NFL as an assistant coach more ty much every play known to man.” Challenge” and can be green-lighted any
than a decade ago, his father, Mike, Now 14 years later, Shanahan time from today until the contest window
called Jon Gruden and asked him to gets his first chance to coach closes March 31.
hire his son for an entry-level job against his old boss when the San The traditional
in Tampa. Francisco 49ers (1-7) host Gruden opening ceremony
Shanahan joined the Buccaneers and the Oakland Raiders (1-6) on and paddleout was
as a quality control coach in 2004 Thursday night. held last weekend and
on Gruden’s staff and got his intro- Gruden said he took great pride in now the waiting game
duction to pro football on a staff that staff that featured Mike begins.
that featured five assistants who Tomlin, Rod Marinelli, Jay Gruden It’s been rougher-
have gone on to get head coaching and Raheem Morris during than-usual last few
jobs in the NFL. Shanahan’s two seasons there in years for the
“It was such a good place for me 2004-05. The Bucs won just five beleagured event
to go to because Jon was doing games the first season before win- which, because of
everything,” Shanahan said. “It ning the NFC South with an 11-5 weather conditions or infighting or the the
wasn’t just his stuff. He was always record in 2005.
49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan, top, was given his first NFL debacle that was Cartel Management, has
on top of it with the film, which coaching job in 2004 by Jon Gruden when he was head coach only been contested 10 times in 20 years.
everyone is now because of the See NFL, Page 15 for Tampa Bay. Now with the BWT/WSL running the show,
the hopes are that the only thing that will
prevent the contest is Mother Nature.
PAL tennis singles, doubles finals set But there was still some relunctance by
the local community to fully embrace the
WSL, the main issue being the over-abun-
By Nathan Mollat because of an injury to Zisman. with a 6-1, 6-0 win over Hillsdale’s Julia
Richardson and Lana Feltsman, but the M-A dance of tour regulars on the invitation list,
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF “Since it was all M-A (in the doubles at the expense of of local talent, which
finals), [the coaching staff] was just pro- duo had to battle to get to the finals. In the
semifinals against Carlmont’s Alyssa always seemed to be a point of emphasis in
The finals of the Peninsula Athletic tecting their athletes,” said tournament the early years of the contest.
director Bill Smith. “Zisman had an injury Nguyen and Juhi Mehta, the No. 4 seed,
League girls’ tennis singles championship Smith and Donahue dropped the first set, 3- But a look at the invited field and alter-
is set for today, following Wednesday’s and they felt there was no reason to push nate list shows that the event organizers
her.” 6. But the Bears rallied to win the final two
quarterfinals and semifinals matches. sets, 6-2, 6-4. have certainly tried to balance a list com-
The doubles champion was crowned yes- Both tandems qualified for the Central prised Big Wave Tour regulars and local
Coast Section tournament by virtue of Nguyen and Mehta will now face sixth- chargers. There are a combined 45 men and
terday when Menlo-Atherton’s Charlie seeded Half Moon Bay’s Lani Southern and
Smith and Katie Donahue were declared win- advancing to the PAL championship match.
Rachel Brody, who were knocked into the
ners after their finals opponents, team- Smith and Donahue, the top seed in the See LOUNGE, Page 16
mates Laura Kirk and Nia Zisman, pulled out tournament, cruised into the semifinals See TENNIS, Page 14
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Curry’s 37, Green’s double-double lead Warriors


By Janie McCauley Warriors 131, Pelicans 121 game for San Francisco Giants Hall of TIP-INS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Famer Willie McCovey, who died
game Western Conference semifinal to Golden Wednesday at age 80. Pelicans: The Pelicans were outrebounded
OAKLAND — Stephen Curry had 37 points State last postseason. “For me, Willie McCovey represents a 46-42. ... Elfrid Payton missed his second
for his sixth 30-point game of the season, and Klay Thompson scored 18 points with one major figure from my childhood, ” said straight game with a sprained right ankle.
the Golden State Warriors beat the New 3-pointer for the Warriors two days after set- Warriors coach Steve Kerr, who grew up a ... New Orleans lost each of its previous two
Orleans Pelicans 131-121 on Wednesday ting an NBA record with 14 3s and scoring 52 Dodgers fan. “Hearing Vin Scully talking games scoring 111 points, against Utah and
night for their sixth straight win. in a blowout road win against the Bulls. about Willie McCovey and the Denver. ... The Pelicans have lost 28 of 31
Curry had seven 3-pointers and nine assists, Curry scored 16 points in the third quarter Dodger/Giant rivalry. I’m well aware of how overall to Golden State including playoffs.
Kevin Durant added 24 points and eight with four 3s. He wound up 12 for 20 and 7 of beloved Willie was here in the Bay Area and ... New Orleans won 126-120 at Oracle
assists, and Draymond 11 from deep. by the Giants family. We extend our condo- Arena on April 7 to snap a 10-game losing
Green contributed 16 lences to Willie’s family and to the Giants streak on Golden State’s home floor.
Two-time defending champion Golden
points, 15 rebounds and family. Everybody here with the Warriors is Warriors: Reserve G Shaun Livingston
State’s lone loss came in the third game of the
eight assists for his first thinking about them tonight.” missed his third straight game with sore-
season by two points at Denver on Oct. 21.
double-double of the sea- ness in his right foot. The MRI was clear,
son. Green has 50 assists Jrue Holiday had 28 points and nine assists
in the last five games and while Nikola Mirotic added 26 points and 12 LET’S GET TROPICAL! coach Steve Kerr said, “but we are going to
rebounds for New Orleans, which has a quick be very careful with Shaun.” Kerr also plans
is a big reason the During his sharp-shooting barrage to take every precaution with fellow veteran
Warriors are passing so turnaround playing at Portland on Thursday
night. The Pelicans lost their third straight. against Chicago, Thompson was forced to Andre Iguodala because “we want both guys
well this season. They fin- wear a large yellow headband over a cut on to be fresh and ready to roll for the play-
Draymond ished with a season-high The Warriors had 12 assists on 16 baskets
with five 3-pointers in their 43-point first his forehead, and he joked after the game he offs.” ... Three Golden State starters had two
Green 39 assists. looked like Jackie Moon, Will Ferrell’s fouls by early in the second quarter — Curry,
Anthony Davis returned quarter.
character from the movie “Semi-Pro. ” Green and Damian Jones. ... The Warriors
from a two-game absence with a sprained right Thompson then arrived to the arena played at home on Halloween for the first
elbow and had 17 points, 12 rebounds and MOMENT OF SILENCE Wednesday dressed as Moon in a Flint time since hosting Phoenix on Oct. 31,
seven assists for the Pelicans, who lost a five- A moment of silence was held before the Tropics jersey for Halloween. 2000.

Rodney was acquired


Baseball brief
Athletics exercise 2019
from Minnesota on Aug. 9
for minor league pitcher
Dakota Chalmers. Rodney
Notre Dame No. 1 in
option on RHP Fernando Rodney
AP’s women’s college
went 1-1 with a 3.92 ERA
in 22 games for the A’s
OAKLAND — The Oakland Athletics have after saving 25 games for
exercised right-hander Fernando Rodney’s the Twins before the deal.
$5.25 million club option for 2019.
The A’s announced the move on Wednesday
to bring the 41-year-old Rodney back for
Fernando
Rodney
Rodney has pitched for
10 teams in a 16-year
career and ranks 18th with
325 saves.
basketball rankings
another season. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UConn was second in the poll, ending a run
of 34 consecutive weeks at No. 1. The Huskies
NEW YORK — Muffet McGraw and Notre have been in the top five every week since Jan.
Dame start the new season where they left off 29, 2007.
— atop women’s college basketball. Oregon followed the Huskies, earning the
The Irish were the unanimous No. 1 team in best ranking in program history. The Ducks
The Associated Press women’s basketball pre- have lofty expectations this year.
season poll that was released Wednesday.
“Look at what we’ve done in a few short
The defending national champions received
years, that doesn’t happen very often in a
all 31 first-place votes from a national media
Power Five conference,” Oregon coach Kelly
panel. It’s only the second time that McGraw’s
Graves said. “It’s hard to make a move in these
team has been the preseason No. 1 team. It also
conferences with established powers. I’m
occurred in 2016. The Irish return four starters
proud of what we’ve done and hope to keep it
from last season’s team that battled through a
going. I felt this was a sleeping giant here.
bunch of ACL injuries before winning the
Everything was in place for us to be considered
school’s second national championship.
among the best programs. That’s started to
McGraw was honored that the team was ranked
play itself out.”
first, but feels that there are a lot of good teams
in college basketball this year. Baylor and Louisville were fourth and fifth.
“Parity is creeping in. I think there are a lot Mississippi State, Stanford, Oregon State,
of good teams that are on the radar and some Maryland and South Carolina rounded out the
that are under it. It will be interesting to see,” top 10 teams. Eight is the best ranking in the
she said. “People picked up some good fresh- preseason for Oregon State in the program’s
men.” history.
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Deadline for Kershaw extension extended
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS He signed a $215 million, seven-year contract in January
Soccer brief
Neymar now facing up to
2014 that calls for salaries of $32 million next year and $33 six years in prison in fraud trial
LOS ANGELES — Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles million in 2020. MADRID — A Spanish judge says fraud and corruption
Dodgers want some more time to consider their possible Kershaw was 9-5 with a 2.73 ERA this season. charges brought against Neymar could merit a prison sen-
future together. At 30, he remains one of baseball’s premier pitchers. But tence of up to six years when the Brazil
The three-time NL Cy Young Award winner and the team the left-handed ace had two separate stints on the disabled forward stands trial.
agreed to extend the deadline on his opt-out decision by 40 list for the fourth time in five years this season, and his fast- Prosecutors were seeking a two-year
hours until 1 p.m. PDT Friday. ball velocity has decreased. sentence for the Paris Saint-Germain
The team made the announcement a couple hours before Despite all of his individual accolades, the seven-time player for alleged irregularities related to
the initial 9 p.m. PDT deadline Thursday. All-Star has yet to win a World Series. The Dodgers lost in his transfer to Barcelona five years ago,
Kershaw can opt out of the last two years and $65 million the Fall Classic for the second straight year, falling 4-1 to but the court said Wednesday a sentence
of his contract to become a free agent for the first time in an Boston on Sunday. of four to six years could be handed down
11-year big league career spent entirely with the Dodgers. Kershaw lost Games 1 and 5 against the Red Sox, and he is if Neymar is found guilty.
They drafted him in 2006. 9-10 with a 4.32 in the postseason in his career, including The decision is a setback for Neymar
If he opts out, he could negotiate with any team, including 1-4 with a 6.06 ERA in elimination games. He is 153-69 Neymar because in Spain sentences of two years
the Dodgers. record with a 2.39 ERA during the regular season. or less for first offences are usually sus-
pended, meaning he would avoid any jail time.
him that September for about a month. The charges were brought after a Brazilian investment

MCCOVEY
Continued from page 1
He attended one game at AT&T Park during both the NL group said it received a smaller compensation because part
Championship Series and World Series. He even waited for of Neymar’s transfer fee was concealed by those involved.
the team at the end of the parade route inside San Francisco’s Neymar’s parents, Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu,
Civic Center. and former president Sandro Rosell also faced charges,
“It was touch and go for a while,” McCovey said at the along with Barcelona and Brazilian club Santos.
saying the fearsome hitter passed “peacefully” on time. “They pulled me through, and I’ve come a long way.” They all denied any wrongdoing.
Wednesday afternoon “after losing his battle with ongoing McCovey had been thrilled the Giants accomplished The trial’s date has not been set.
health issues.” something he didn’t during a decorated career in the major
A first baseman and left fielder, McCovey was a .270 leagues.
career hitter with 521 home runs and 1,555 RBIs in 22 Even four-plus decades later, it still stung for the left-
major league seasons, 19 of them with the Giants. He also handed slugging “Big Mac” that he never won a World Series
played for the Athletics and Padres. after coming so close. He lined out to end the Giants’ 1962
McCovey made his major league debut at age 21 on July World Series loss to the Yankees.
30, 1959, and played alongside the other Willie — Hall of He often thought about that World Series, which the
Famer Willie Mays — into the 1972 season before Mays Giants lost in seven games to New York, and it remained dif-
was traded to the New York Mets that May. ficult to accept. The Giants lost 1-0 in Game 7 when
McCovey batted .354 with 13 homers and 38 RBIs on the McCovey lined out to second baseman Bobby Richardson
way to winning the 1959 NL Rookie of the Year award. The with runners on second and third for the final out.
six-time All-Star also won the 1969 NL MVP and was induct- “I still think about it all the time. I still think, ‘If I could
ed into the Hall of Fame in 1986 after his first time on the have hit it a little more,”’ he said on Oct. 31, 2014.
ballot. In 2012, he said: “I think about the line drive, yes. Can’t
“You knew right away he wasn’t an ordinary ballplayer,” get away from it.”
Hall of Famer Hank Aaron said, courtesy of the Hall of Fame. McCovey narrowly beat out Mets pitcher Tom Seaver for
“He was so strong, and he had the gift of knowing the strike the 1969 MVP award. McCovey led the NL in home runs (45)
zone. There’s no telling how many home runs he would have and RBIs (126) for the second straight year, batting .320
hit if those knees weren’t bothering him all the time and if while also posting NL bests with a .453 on-base percentage
he played in a park other than Candlestick.” and .656 slugging percentage. He was walked 121 times,
McCovey had been getting around in a wheelchair in then drew a career-high 137 free passes the next season.
recent years because he could no longer rely on his once- He had been third in the ‘68 voting for NL MVP, but after
dependable legs, yet was still regularly seen at the ballpark 1969 would never again finish higher than ninth.
in his private suite. McCovey had attended games at AT&T McCovey and Ted Williams before him were among the
Park as recently as the season finale. first players to really face infield shifts as opponents tried
“I love him so much. It’s a very sad day for me. We were to affect his rhythm at the plate.
very close,” Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda said in a tele- On Wednesday night, former teammate Felipe Alou
phone interview. “Willie McCovey was not only a great recalled inviting McCovey to play winter ball with him in
ballplayer but a great teammate. He didn’t have any fear. He 1958 for Escogido in Alou’s native Dominican Republic.
never complained. McCovey got homesick, so a still-single Alou moved out
“I remember one time in 1960 they sent him down to the of his parents’ home and into an apartment with his dear
minor leagues after being Rookie of the Year the year friend and teammate. They were roomates in the minors and
before. He didn’t complain. He was very polite, he was very majors, too. McCovey called Alou “Rojas,” his father’s last
quiet. He was a great man, a great friend. I’m going to miss name. Alou called him “Willie Lee,” McCovey’s middle
him so much. He didn’t say a bad word about anybody.” name.
While the Giants captured their third World Series title of “We had a great relationship. Incredible friend and player
the decade in 2014, McCovey returned to watch them play and individual,” Alou said. “I have so many good memo-
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[The No. 3 seed] really makes our girls focus


Maryland reverses course, fires coach POLO in and know there are a lot of things we want
to accomplish before the season is out.”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Loh wrote in a statement.
Continued from page 11 SHP’s rise over the last decade coincided
“The chair of the Board of Regents has pub-
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — DJ Durkin’s return licly acknowledged that I had previously raised with Menlo School’s decline. The Knights
as Maryland’s football coach lasted one day. serious concerns about Coach Durkin’s return. rounded offensively. We have strong play- opened the CCS Era of girls’ water polo as
Durkin was fired Wednesday night, just over This is not at all a reflection of my opinion of ers in the middle and defense, and we have a the queens of the pool. From the first CCS
24 hours after being reinstated. Coach Durkin as a person. However, a depar- really strong goalie,” Frank said. “This tournament in 1996, Menlo appeared in
ture is in the best interest of the University, team … really wanted to form their own seven finals, winning titles in 1996, 1998,
Instead of resolving the issues facing the identity, which I think they have. When I 2004, 2005 and 2006.
flawed program, the decision by the and this afternoon Coach Durkin was informed
that the University will part ways,” Loh wrote. came in, I met with the (current) seniors and
University System of Maryland board of leaders on the team and they made it clear The Knights then went through four years
regents on Tuesday to retain Durkin and athlet- “This is a difficult decision, but it is the right of not advancing out of quarterfinals before
one for our entire University.” their focus was — we try to stay away from
ic director Damon Evans created a different set the ultimate goal of winning CCS or Nor they spent several years on the outside
of problems in the wake of a player’s death and Loh’s action was immediately met with looking in. From 2011 to 2015, Menlo did
approval by Maryland Congressman Anthony Cal — playing at a high level.”
discontent engulfing the football team. not even make the playoffs. They returned
G. Brown. The Gators (20-6) captured both the West
Several state officials called for Durkin to be to CCS in 2016, making it to the second
“Dr. Loh’s firing of Coach Durkin is the Catholic Athletic League regular-season and
fired, and one called the decision to retain him round and last year, as the No. 3 seed,
right decision and the decision that had to be tournament titles, earning a No. 3 seed in
an “embarrassment.” advanced to the Division II championship
made if the UMD community was going to ever the CCS Open Division bracket. Leland,
Maryland President Wallace Loh fired Durkin which ended SHP’s CCS championship game, falling 7-3 to Valley Christian.
after conferring with the leadership of the move forward,” Brown said.
streak last year, was seeded No. 1 this sea- This season, with Howie running the pro-
Student Government Association, the Senate Durkin’s dismissal comes while he was in son. Soquel, another CCS powerhouse,
Executive Committee, deans, department the third season of a five-year, $12.5 million gram, Menlo (17-9) had one of its better
earned the No. 2 seed. seasons in recent memory. The Knights fin-
chairs and campus leadership. The firing came contract he signed in December 2015. He will
be owed about $5.5 million, according to buy- SHP opens CCS play with a 2:30 p.m. ished second to CCS power Castilleja in
about five months after offensive lineman
out terms of his contract. Saturday meeting with sixth-seeded Los both the PAL regular season and the PAL
Jordan McNair collapsed on the practice field
Gatos (23-2) at Los Altos High School. tournament, but Menlo did enough to earn
and later died of heatstroke. Matt Canada is expected to resume the role
of interim coach. Maryland is 5-3 heading into “I think we’re appropriately seeded, ” the top seed in the Division II bracket. The
“The overwhelming majority of stake-
holders expressed serious concerns about Saturday’s home game against Michigan Frank said. “Leland is a great team, who Knights open CCS play at 2:30 p. m.
Coach DJ Durkin returning to the campus,” State. beat us this season. We split with Soquel, Saturday at Gunn High School against No. 8
but they beat us the last time we played. Gilroy (20-3).

She will face second-seeded Annika Lin of

TENNIS
Continued from page 11
Carlmont. Lin continued her dominant run
through the bracket, having lost only
seven games through three matches. She
rolled to a 6-0, 6-0 win in her quarterfinal
match, before dispatching M-A’s Sophie
third-place match with a 6-1, 6-4 loss to Longo in the semifinals, 6-4, 6-1.
No. 2 seed Kirk and Zisman. Browne and Lin faced off twice during the
On the singles side, there were no surpris- regular season, with Browne winning both
es as the top two seeds advanced to the matches. Browne won the first meeting in
finals. M-A’s Allison Browne, the top seed, straight sets. In the second match, Lin
won her quarterfinal match in straight sets forced it to a third-set super tiebreaker
at love. In the semifinals, Carlmont fresh- before falling to Browne.
man and No. 7 seed Victoria Gittoes gave The third-place singles match pits M-A’s
Browne a battle. Gittoes forced a first-set Longo against Aragon Christina Fu.
tiebreaker before Browne prevailed 7-1. The finals and third-place matches will be
Browne then rolled through the second set, at Burlingame High School beginning at
6-1. 2:30 p.m.
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Football briefs
Owens to get Hall of Fame
ring at halftime of 49ers game
College players’ stipends paying off
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The NCAA took a hard look at cost of attendance stipends
in 2015 after Shabazz Napier of 2014 basketball national
SANTA CLARA — Terrell Owens will receive his Hall of The cost of attendance stipend is quietly helping college champion Connecticut made headlines. He complained that
Fame ring at a ceremony during the San Francisco 49ers’ players while the debate rages on whether they should be while the NCAA profits greatly from the NCAA Tournament,
game against the Oakland Raiders. paid. there were nights that he went to bed hungry because his bas-
Owens will be presented the ring Thursday night at half- The modest stipend is a fraction of the millions college ketball obligations, while profitable for the university,
time by Hall of Fame president David Baker. Owens will football generates, but is intended to provide players with deprived him of access to meals.
wear his gold Hall of Fame jacket and his bronzed bust will money to buy an occasional pizza when university food Power Five conference schools adopted the idea first, and
be on hand for the ceremony. service is not available or take in a movie. Some players use most Division I schools followed suit. The amount each
Owens was voted into the Hall of Fame earlier this year it to pay utility bills or help out family members, and there player receives is based on federal guidelines.
but skipped the induction ceremony in Canton, Ohio, are coaches and administrators who feel it helps ward off the It hasn’t been in the news since, but Virginia coach
because he was upset he had to wait three years to receive the temptation to accept impressible benefits. Bronco Mendenhall said providing stipends to players was
honor. Instead, he held his own celebration at his college in The money from universities, including Atlantic Coast the right thing to do.
Chattanooga, Tennessee. Conference schools, varies based on how far from home the “One less thing that I have to worry about, meaning the
Owens played eight of his 15 seasons with the 49ers. He players play, the cost of living where they play and the sta- players being stretched so thin that they’re trying to find
ranks second all-time with 15,934 yards receiving to go tus of their educational pursuits. How it is distributed also other employment in addition to school, in addition to foot-
along with 1,078 catches and 153 touchdown receptions. varies from school to school. ball, but also just quality of life,” he said. For players to
North Carolina State offensive lineman Garrett Bradbury have to worry about earning money on top of everything
Rutgers player charged in receives $2,676 as in in-state player, $202 less than a play- else they do “didn’t make a lot of sense, so I think it’s help-
er from out of state receives. ful. I think it’s moral and I think it was necessary.”
New Jersey in alleged murder plot “I think it’s phenomenal. I think it’s tremendous. I think Schools hope it also makes seeking money from outside
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — Prosecutors in New Jersey say the interesting thing about a college football team is there sources less likely.
a Rutgers University football player has been charged in are so many different guys from so many different situations “There’s definitely a benefit in knowing that they have
connection with an alleged plot to commit murder. and backgrounds,” Bradbury said. “At one end of the spec- that money in hand to use for those expenses and don’t have
Middlesex County prosecutors said Tuesday that 22-year- trum, you have guys that might be financially OK from their to look elsewhere,” John Carns, Louisville’s senior associ-
old Izaia Bullock of Piscataway was charged with two counts home situation and they can put that money toward saving or ate athletic director for compliance, said. “Maybe they don’t
of attempted murder and conspiracy. buying little things that they need. Then there are some guys have to work or get that part-time job because they’ve got
that might be sending home money for an electric bill.” this money to use for those expenses.”

NFL
Continued from page 11

“We had a lot of fun back in those days. The woodshed, I


called it,” Gruden said. “People are going to take me to the
woodshed here pretty soon, if we don’t get this thing going.”
Both the Raiders and 49ers are struggling heading into this
matchup, with Oakland losing three straight and San
Francisco on a six-game skid.
Shanahan has struggled without starting quarterback
Jimmy Garoppolo, while Gruden’s return to the NFL has been
rocky after nine seasons as a broadcaster at ESPN.
But Shanahan believes Gruden will turn the Raiders around
if given time and sees no signs that the game has passed him
by.
“Jon lives and dies football,” Shanahan said. “He never got
away from it. He probably had even more time to sit and look
at everything, and not get so caught up in his own team. The
whole league’s evolved since then. It evolves year to year.
But, you watch his system, he has a foundation of what he
used to do and things like that, but he’s kept up with every-
thing.”
Here are some other things to watch:

BEATHARD’S HEALTH
The 49ers could be forced to go with their third-string quar-
terback this week. Garoppolo went down with a season-end-
ing knee injury in Week 3 and backup C.J. Beathard is ques-
tionable this week with an injured right wrist. The next man
up is Nick Mullens, who has never taken a snap in the NFL.
Mullens spent last season on the practice squad and was pro-
moted after Garoppolo’s injury this year. He has impressed
his teammates with strong play in the preseason and practice.
“He’s a baller,” running back Matt Breida said. “He doesn’t
let the game get too big for him. I think he’ll do a great job if
he has to play this week.”

DRIVE THE CARR


Raiders quarterback Derek Carr is coming off perhaps his
best game of the season, throwing for three touchdowns and
running for a fourth score in last week’s loss to the Colts.
Carr completed 17 straight passes at one point and thrived in
his first game after leading rusher Marshawn Lynch went
down with a groin injury and No. 1 receiver Amari Cooper was
traded to Dallas. Receiver Brandon LaFell, who wasn’t target-
ed at all in his previous two games for Oakland, had three
catches for 39 yards and a TD after getting the start in place of
Cooper.
“He’s friendly to the quarterback,” Carr said. “He always
runs friendly routes. He can play with anybody. I’m glad that
we had some time to work and all those things, but he’s the
kind of guy that you can just throw him in and just play.”

SAFETY DANCE
The Niners go into this game thin at safety. Starting free
safety Adrian Colbert is on injured reserve with an ankle
injury and San Francisco could be without its top two strong
safeties as well. Starter Jaquiski Tartt (shoulder) and backup
Antone Exum (concussion) are out this week. Jimmie Ward
fared well last week at free safety after moving over from cor-
nerback. San Francisco is thinner at strong safety with Tyvis
Powell, who has never started a game, and rookie Marcell
Harris, who could be activated from IR to make his debut, the
main options.
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One of the team’s championship trophies and team


Sports brief manager Alex Cora were hit by flying cans of beer NBA STANDINGS WHAT’S ON TAP
that Boston fans have made a practice in recent years
Parade fetes Red Sox; trophy, of offering sports heroes during such parades, but nei-
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
THURSDAY
CCS volleyball semifinals
manager Cora hit by beer cans ther was seriously injured and it didn’t take any var- Toronto
W
7
L
1
Pct
.875
GB

Division II
nish off the shine of the overall celebration. No. 1 Aragon (25-6) vs No. 5 Presentation (13-16) at
BOSTON — Confetti cannons boomed and huge Boston 5 2 .714 1 1/2
Christopher-Gilroy, 5:30 p.m.
Philadelphia 4 4 .500 3
crowds of fans cheered wildly on Wednesday as the Brooklyn 3 5 .375 4
The rolling rally set off from venerable Fenway Division III
Boston Red Sox rumbled through downtown aboard New York 2 6 .250 5
duck boats to mark the team’s fourth World Series Park and wound its way through major city streets No. 3 Hillsdale (18-10) at No. 2 Aptos (24-8), 7:30 p.m.
lined by fans numbering in the hundreds of thou- Southeast Division
championship in the past 15 years. Charlotte 4 4 .500 — Division IV
sands, some who arrived before dawn. Miami 3 4 .429 1/2 No. 3 Notre Dame-Belmont (25-11) vs No. 2 Harbor
Orlando 2 5 .286 1 1/2 (21-14) at Menlo School, 7:30 p.m.
Atlanta 2 5 .286 1 1/2
Mavericks, he finally won the contest in 2013.

LOUNGE
Continued from page 11
Anthony Tashnick, another Santa Cruz native, was the
in the generation after Mel and he won Mavericks as a
19-year-old in 2005. South Africa’s Grant “Twiggy”
Washington

Central Division
Milwaukee
Indiana
1

7
5
6

0
3
.143

1.000
.625
2 1/2


2 1/2
Division V
No. 6 Summit Shasta (20-6) vs. No. 2 Mt. Madonna
(14-10) at Watsonville High, 5:30 p.m.

Baker, who is a two-time champion in 2006 and 2014, Detroit 4 3 .571 3 Girls’ tennis
Chicago 2 6 .250 5 1/2 Individual championships
is back in the lineup after rumored beefs with organiz- Cleveland 1 6 .143 6
women in the field, split between the main draw and an ers the last couple of years. Southern California native
Singles/doubles tournament: championship and
third-place matches at Burlingame, 2:30 p.m.
alternate list. Of those 45, 15 have Northern California Greg Long won the event in 2008. WESTERN CONFERENCE
ties — between San Francisco and Santa Cruz — with There are also a group of the new generation on the
Southwest Division WBAL CCS play-in match
W L Pct GB
five coming from the San Mateo County coastside. world scene, including 2016 champ Nic Lamb of Santa San Antonio 5 2 .714 — Notre Dame-SJ at Sacred Heart Prep, 4 p.m.
And for the first time since Tim West in 2010, Half Cruz, along with the likes of Hawaiian stars Kai Lenny, Memphis 4 2 .667 1/2
New Orleans 4 3 .571 1 FRIDAY
Moon Bay will have two locals in the main draw: Half Makaukai Rothman and Nathan Florence. Dallas 2 6 .250 3 1/2 Football
Moon Bay born-and-bred Hunter Murison and Santa Houston 1 5 .167 3 1/2 Hillsdale at Aragon, Terra Nova at Half Moon Bay,
Barbara transplant Matt Becker. Pacifica’s Travis Payne The women’s lineup is a who’s-who of big-wave surf- Menlo School vs Sacred Heart Prep at Woodside,
also earned a spot in the starting lineup. ing led by San Francisco’s Bianca Valenti, who is one Northwest Division Woodside at Menlo-Atherton, Carlmonyt at Se-
Denver 6 1 .857 —
Luca Padua, a junior at Half Moon Bay High, made of the top big-wave riders in the world right now. Sarah Portland 5 2 .714 1
quoia, Jefferson at King’s Academy, Capuchino at
Mills, 7:30 p.m.
the alternate list for the second year in a row and is Gerhardt, who is generally considered to be the first Utah 4 3 .571 2
woman to surf Mavericks, is a chemistry professor at Minnesota 4 4 .500 2 1/2
joined on that list by Pacifica’s Colin Dwyer, who is Oklahoma City 2 4 .333 3 1/2 SATURDAY
Payne’s cousin. Monterey Peninsula College. They will be joined by Boys’ water polo
Hawaii’s Keala Kennelly, who is, according to the San Pacific Division CCS playoffs
“Super honored and excited,” said Murison, 20, who Warriors 8 1 .889 — Open Division
Francisco Chronicle’s Bruce Jenkins: “The most Sacramento 5 3 .625 2 1/2
is a sophomore at California State University-Channel No. 6 St. Francis (13-13) vs No. 3 Menlo School (20-
accomplished and respected surfers in women’s big- L.A. Clippers 4 3 .571 3 7) at Gunn, 4 p.m.
Islands. “I’m just honored to have this opportunity, L.A. Lakers 3 5 .375 4 1/2
wave surfing.” No. 8 Soquel (20-4) vs No. 1 Sacred Heart Prep (24-
knowing that Half Moon Bay is watching. [The Phoenix 1 6 .143 6
2) at Aptos, 5:30 p.m.
event], being in town, it’s just so special.” All in all, I think the organizers got a nice mix of
This will be Murison’s fifth winter surfing current, local, old-school and rising stars in the lineup Wednesday’s Games Division I
Mavericks, but he dreamed of charging the big-wave for the 2018-19 Mavericks challenge. Besides, it’s Brooklyn 120, Detroit 119, OT No. 6 Menlo-Atherton (11-13) at No. 3 Palo Alto (16-
really the wave that is the star. Denver 108, Chicago 107, OT 11), 7 p.m.
break since he was in elementary school. Indiana 107, New York 101 No. 7 Woodside (19-7) vs No. 2 Los Gatos (16-9) at Los
“Ever since I was a super young grom, going to all Murison, however, never really got caught up in all Minnesota 128, Utah 125 Altos, 4 p.m.
the politics surrounding the contest over the years. He Golden State 131, New Orleans 121
the contests and events and seeing all these big-wave L.A. Lakers 114, Dallas 113
surfers come to our town (was amazing),” Murison said. just wanted to surf. San Antonio 120, Phoenix 90 Division II
Thursday’s Games No. 8 Mills (18-4) vs No. 1 Santa Cruz (15-6) at Lyn-
“I was honestly trippin’ about how I was going to all “I didn’t really pay attention to it (the politics),” Denver at Cleveland, 4 p.m. brook, 5:30 p.m.
these opening ceremonies and watching all the invi- Murison. “I just paid attention to the swell charts.” L.A. Clippers at Philadelphia, 4 p.m.
tees being introduced. Then I was standing up there. It You can bet every surfer on the Mavericks invitation Oklahoma City at Charlotte, 4 p.m. Girls’ water polo
Sacramento at Atlanta, 4:30 p.m. CCS playoffs
felt so surreal.” list will be paying a lot closer attention to those charts Milwaukee at Boston, 5 p.m. Open Division
There are also a number of local legends and former over the next several weeks. New Orleans at Portland, 7:30 p.m. No. 6 Los Gatos (23-2) vs No. 3 Sacred Heart Prep
Friday’s Games
Mavericks champions in the field as well. Peter Mel, L.A. Clippers at Orlando, 4 p.m. (20-6) at Los Altos, 2:30 p.m.
currently the WSL commissioner, is part of the original Houston at Brooklyn, 4:30 p.m.
Indiana at Chicago, 5 p.m. Division I
Santa Cruz crew that really put Mavericks on the map Nathan Mollat can be reached by email: nathan@smdailyjour- Oklahoma City at Washington, 5 p.m. No. 8 Woodside (12-9) at No. 1 Los Altos (14-12), 5:30
in the 1990s. Considered one of the best to ever ride nal.com or by phone: 344-5200 ext. 117. New York at Dallas, 5:30 p.m. p.m.
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ect was a beacon of hope that more afford- She said they were able to move in with her city’s interchanges with Highway 101,

HOUSING
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able housing could be built in San Mateo, a
phenomenon he hoped would drive home
prices and rents down. At ages 26, 27 and
parents, who are facing chronic health con-
ditions and for whom Schick is providing
care. But she sympathized with others who
Pagano hoped the project would make use of
public transportation and pedestrian con-
nections to ease its effect on local traffic
29, his three children are paying high rents might not be able to pursue job opportuni- patterns. The project is expected to make
to live nearby and Johal wasn’t convinced ties in the region given the high cost of 164 parking spaces available for residents at
What exactly should fill the community- they could afford to stay in the area long- housing. the top of the parking structure and open up
serving space was one of many questions term unless projects like this one — which “There’s a lot more work opportunities 535 parking spots for the public on the
MidPen posed to residents at the event, held offer a family-oriented environment close to here, but it’s impossible to afford to live garage’s lower levels, said Patricia Centeno
more than six months after the nonprofit the public transportation like Caltrain — here,” she said. “This is a great economy, of BAR Architects.
was selected by the City Council as the continue to be proposed and built. there’s great jobs here, but we need to make Pagano said the high demand for housing
developer. Though the nonprofit has already “I just don’t see it being sustainable for the housing and public transit to meet that.” in the region has left him and others in need
met with the Central and North Central young people,” he said, in reference to cur- Having lived and worked in San Mateo for of space at affordable housing developments
Neighborhood associations and other stake- rent home prices and rents. “So the more some 15 years, business owner Tony Pagano on wait lists for months. And though he
holders, Jan Lindenthal, the nonprofit’s housing we get, it’ll drive the prices down.” said he’s applied to live in other affordable acknowledged it could be several months
chief real estate development officer, looked Having moved from Los Angeles to her housing developments nearby and came to before he knows whether he’d have a chance
to the opportunity to discuss the project hometown of San Mateo in mid-August, the open house to better understand what for a unit on these sites, he noted it’s a nec-
one-on-one with residents as essential to Susanna Schick said she has been shocked to types of future candidates the developer essary step for addressing the region’s hous-
incorporating their feedback into the plans. see retail stores with just enough employees would prioritize. Though Naber and ing crisis.
Naber said the nonprofit is working toward to keep doors open, which she attributes to Lindenthal said the eligibility criteria for “I think this might be the best chance to
submitting a pre-application with the city the high prices and lack of housing units residents has yet to be finalized, the City find a place,” he said, noting income
by the end of December. available for workers. Schick worked in sus- Council has in previous meetings discussed inequality and several other factors are con-
“This is really the part where we hear from tainability consulting for the fashion indus- the possibility of making a portion of the tributing to the high demand for housing in
folks about what their ideas are, what their try in Los Angeles, and said she and her units available for public employees like the region. “There’s a lot of factors
concerns are,” said Lindenthal. boyfriend moved to the Bay Area in the police officers and firefighters. involved, but affordable housing is a place
For 30-year resident Barry Johal, the proj- hopes of finding more job opportunities. With increasing traffic congestion on the to start.”

they come from all over the region and even

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from other countries to participate, Diaz
said.
Mayor Ian Bain, Sheriff Carlos Bolanos
and Supervisor Warren Slocum will speak at
7 p.m., followed by a procession that will
Dias, a coordinator with Casa Circulo begin at Courthouse Square and wind down
Cultural, a local nonprofit that produces the Broadway to Jefferson and back. The entire
event. “We’re bringing it back to before the event runs from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Spanish arrived.” Following the procession, various speak-
Organizers have been preparing for the ers, dancers and musicians will take the
holiday for the past six months. On the day stage and the performances are in part meant
of, hundreds of volunteers will cut fresh to educate the crowd on the origins of the
flowers starting at 6 a. m. , decorate holiday. Some of the songs will be per-
Courthouse Square and set up a food court on formed in a language called Nahuatl, known
Middlefield Road, which will be closed to historically as Aztec, and versions of it are
traffic this year to make way for more than still spoken today by some 1.5 million peo-
40 vendors selling local arts and crafts, jew- ple in central Mexico mostly. That language
elry, handmade clothing and traditional Day has been spoken there since at least the sev-
of the Dead food. And that does not include enth century, Diaz said.
tacos, Diaz said. The museum will be home to an exhibit on
There will be pan de muerto — a tradition- the holiday as well as altars created by
al sweet bread — corn, morisqueta, which is Redwood City residents honoring passed
a beans, rice and pork mix, traditional loved ones, and those altars will remain for
desserts, Mexican chocolate and enchiladas, a week.
to name a few options. “It’s a very family oriented celebration,”
The Redwood City event has grown con- Diaz said. “It’s still very traditional and I
siderably since it began eight years ago, think it’s special because we help lots of
when about 300 people participated in front community artists and musicians and many
of the library. Now more than 9,000 people of the same vendors have been a part of the
turn out for what has become one of festival since the beginning. We’ve become
Redwood City’s largest cultural events, and a family and lots of visitors see that.”

Free Electronics Reuse & Recycling


Drop-Off Event for San Mateo County Residents
Daly City: 333 90th Street, Daly City
October 27th, Saturday, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Half Moon Bay: 501 Main Street, Half Moon Bay
November 3rd, Saturday, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Residents must provide proof of residency in San Mateo County
(e.g., driver’s license, utility bill, garbage collection bill, etc.).

Working items will be donated to local Goodwill stores for reuse.

Items accepted include: Items NOT accepted include:


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To find locations near you to drop off working items for donation or to recycle non-working electronics,
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ance to foster motor skills.
Gone to pot: Marijuana
shortages plague Canada
Seeing Patterns. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Recommended for kids ages 2 to 5.
Main Gallery, 1018 Main St., Free. For more information call 877-
Redwood City. A solo exhibition of 8530.
gallery artist Jean Thrift. Thrift’s work
shows us the beauty in patterns all Hillsborough Antiques + Ar t +
around us. Free. For more informa- Design Show. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. San
tion call (415) 987-7360. Mateo Event Center, 1346 Saratoga By Rob Giles and Tacey Lindeman
Drive, San Mateo. The show benefits THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Foster City 55, and up, Club. 11 a.m. United Veterans Services and will
to noon. Foster City Recreation feature over 125 dealers from across
Center, 650 Shell Blvd., Foster City. California and the U.S. For more TORONTO — The name of the store
For more information call 286-2585. information call (954) 610-1872.
is High North, but it might as well be
‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Five Keys to Maximize Social named High and Dry because for all but
Meltdown’ Book Launch Party. 3 Security and Retirement Income.
p.m. South San Francisco Library, 840 Noon to 1 p.m. 1900 S. Norfolk St., about four hours of the first two weeks
W. Orange Ave., South San Francisco. Suite 350, San Mateo. since marijuana was legalized in
The party will have Diary of a Wimpy Complimentary lunch and work- Canada, there was no pot to sell.
Kid-themed activities and games. shop on Social Security and retire-
Free. For more information call 829- ment income. For more information Trevor Tobin, one of the owners of
3860. call 446-5440. the Labrador City shop in
Running Team. 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Fall Tea Party. 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Newfoundland and Labrador, said they
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 went 10 straight days without supply.
las Pulgas, Belmont. No experience Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo.
required. Wear running clothes. For Classic tea sandwiches and tasty “The producers keep saying there
more information call 591-8286. desserts. Bring your own teacup and will be some bumps in the road, but
saucer and share the story of where
Election Night-Out Par ty. 5 p.m. to you acquired it. Cost is $15. To regis- right now it’s not a bump in the road.
8 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 ter and for more information call It’s a big pothole,” he said.
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. 522-7490. His mother, Brenda Tobin, is a part-
Online pre-registration for 16- and
17-year-olds, voter information, Cure the Outbreak : Time Loop owner and said that after she tells cus-
refreshments and entertainment. Puzzle Game. 1:30 p.m. South San tomers there’s nothing to buy, “a lot
For more information call 591-8286. Francisco Main Library, 840 W., REUTERS FILE PHOTO
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. of them are saying, ‘Oh well, I guess
Clutterers Anonymous Meeting. 6 Registration required for all teams. it’s back to the black market.”’ A woman smokes a joint at Trinity Bellwoods Park in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
p.m. 1609 Valley View Ave., Belmont. Maximum number of team mem-
If clutter is causing problems at bers is six people. For more informa- Legalization arrived Oct. 17, and keep them shut Mondays through Contributing to the delivery prob-
home, work or in relationships, and tion call 829-3860. Canada became the world’s largest Wednesdays until availability is stabi- lem is a strike by workers at Canada
organizing is a daunting task, CLA is
Friends of the Millbrae Librar y
national marketplace for so-called lized. Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries Post, the nation’s postal service that
a place to talk about it with no guilt
or shame. For more information call Book Sale. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Millbrae recreational marijuana. But for now, said it expects product shortages in handles online marijuana orders that
348-2856. Library, 1 Library Ave., Millbrae. For it’s a superlative in name only. both brick-and-mortar and online are legal countrywide.
more information call 697-0319.
San Mateo Public Library’s Book The first weeks have felt more like a stores could last six months. British Columbia, the third-largest
Discussion Group. 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 Fir st Friday Ar t Ser ies: Andy soft opening with few retail outlets Ontario, Canada’s most populous province by population and a place
p.m. San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Conway and Eric Kneeland. 6 p.m. operating and rampant supply short-
Third Ave., San Mateo. Meets in to 8 p.m. Burlingame Library, 480 province, won’t have any stores open that historically supplied of much of
Cedar Room. For more information Primrose Road, Burlingame. ages. It’s not because Canada can’t until April at the earliest as the new the country’s illegal weed, still has
contact cmccarthy@cityofsanma- Refreshments, music and an activity. produce enough cannabis products — conservative government writes regu- just one retail store.
teo.org. For more information call 558-7400.
licensing those producers has been lations. Meantime, police have shut Across Canada, people are returning
Silly Goose and Val. 7 p.m. to 7:45 Peninsula Humane Society and slow, and the federal government is down at least 11 illegal dispensaries to the black market. And some never
p.m. Menlo Park Main Library, 800 SPCA’s A Home for the Holidays taking steps to speed up the process.
Alma St., Menlo Park. This free per- Gala B all. 6 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. in the province. left.
formance is intended for all ages. For Crowne Plaza Hotel, 1221 Chess The provinces are handling the sales Ontario residents who want to make Corey Stone, a 32-year-old bar-
more information call 330-2501. Drive, Foster City. Live and silent auc- and most of the regulations. Reports legal purchases are flooding the restaurant manager in Montreal, and
tion, dinner and dancing to the
All Saints’ Day Bell R inging for sounds of Pride and Joy. For more from around the country are similarly online government store. At least his friend were first in line at Quebec’s
Tree of Life Synagogue. 7 p.m. to information call 340-7022. discouraging when it comes to supply. 150,000 orders arrived in the first government-run cannabis store on
8:15 p.m. Good Shepherd Episcopal week, more than all other provinces Oct. 17, but he hasn’t been back
Church, 1300 Fifth Ave., Belmont. Abstract Land. 6:10 p.m. to 8:30 Quebec closed its government-run
Before commencing with the usual p.m. The Studio Shop Gallery, 244 shops for three days this week because combined, and the store can’t keep because of the supply problems and
celebration, Good Shepherd Primrose Road, Burlingame. Opening up. has been getting his pot illegally.
reception of qualified painters creat- of a lack of pot and will continue to
Episcopal Church, Belmont, will be
remembering the eleven members ing abstract landscapes. For more
of Tree of Life Synagogue, information call 344-1378.
generations to reduce greenhouse gas Community choice energy pro-
Pittsburgh, who were killed in a
domestic terror attack last Saturday,
Oct. 27. Free for all ages. For more
information call 593-4844.
The Girl with the Golden Locks. 7
p.m. to 9 p.m. McKinley School
Auditorium, 400 Duane St., Redwood
City. Presented by North Star
CALTRAIN emissions.”
The move comes after the passage of
SB 100 in September, which requires
grams, also known as community
choice aggregation, are public and
offer clean energy at competitive
Peninsula Humane Society Academy and the San Carlos Continued from page 1
Children’s Theater. $15. For more the state’s electricity to be 100 percent rates. For these programs, electricity
Companion Level Dog 2 Class. 7:45
p.m. to 8:45 p.m. Peninsula Humane information call 353-6591. emissions-free by 2045. is still delivered via existing infra-
Society, 12 Airport Blvd., San Mateo. with a new community choice energy Caltrain is currently powered by 65 structure.
Class costs $135. For more informa- Astronomy Lecture. 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. program.
tion call 340-7022. College of San Mateo, 1700 W. percent renewable energy sources as of If Caltrain moves ahead with the pro-
Hillsdale Ave., San Mateo. The fea- That program is called San Jose last March, with Pacific Gas and posed plan, then its energy bill will
FRIDAY, NOV. 2 tured speaker is Michael Medford. Clean Energy and the Caltrain board Electric providing half of the agency’s rise 4.8 percent from $1,357,442 to
Yoga and Meditation class with For more information call 862-9602.
Sadhgutu. 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. San
will likely make the partnership offi- energy and municipal utilities and $1,393,565. But the cost estimate
Mateo County Event Center, 2495 S. Elton John and Tim Rice’s ‘AIDA’ at cial at a Thursday, Nov. 1, meeting. community choice energy programs, does not account for electrification,
Broadway by the Bay. 8 p.m. to
Delaware St., San Mateo. This is a
10:45 p.m. Fox Theatre, 2219 “This is a small investment for an including Peninsula Clean Energy, the $2 billion effort to replace 80 per-
unique opportunity to learn the life
transforming Shambhavi Broadway, Redwood City. From the extraordinarily good outcome,” said providing the other half. Prior to cent of Caltrain’s current diesel fleet
Mahamudra Kriya directly from Broadway legends Sir Elton John Caltrain Board Member Charles Stone.
Sadhguru. Ages 15 and up. Cost $400 and Sir Tim Rice, the team that 2017, 33 percent of Caltrain’s energy with electric trains traveling between
to $1,500. For more information call brought you ‘The Lion King,’ ‘Evita’ “I think with our move toward electri- was renewable. San Jose and San Francisco by 2022.
(931) 488-8448. and ‘Billy Elliot,’ comes this tale of fication we’ve shown we’re an agency Starting in March, San Jose Clean Caltrain’s electricity consumption
love and courage. For more informa-
Emergency Medical Ser vices in tion call 579-5565. that understands we need to play a role Energy will likely account for half of is expected to increase tenfold once
San Mateo County. 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 in reducing greenhouse gases and Caltrain’s total electricity usage. San electrification is complete, according
SATURDAY, NOV. 3
a.m. Crystal Springs Golf Course,
Estate Sale. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Good we’ve heard loud and clear from the Jose is the only remaining Caltrain to a staff report. Staff is currently eval-
6650 Golf Course Drive, Burlingame.
Hosted by the Sunshine Rotary Club. Shepherd Episcopal Church, 1300 board that’s the direction we want to service area that doesn’t rely on entire- uating electricity cost estimates and
For more information call 787-5595. Fifth Ave., Belmont. Vintage and take. We have an obligation to future
modern items. All proceeds will ben- ly renewable energy sources. energy options post-electrification.
State of the Economy Business efit Good Shepherd Episcopal
Summit. 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Church. Free. For more information
Medallia, 450 Concar St., San Mateo. call 593-4844.
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104 training 110 employment 110 employment


terms & coNditioNs
The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi- a/v supervisor
fieds will not be responsible for more
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia-
bility shall be limited to the price of one
FT/Ex. Benes. Support and ops
of sound, lighting, video and
caregivers
insertion. No allowance will be made for staging for high use conference
errors not materially affecting the value
of the ad. All error claims must be sub- center. AA + 2 years event 2 years experience
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis-
ing conditions, please ask for a Rate
venue/theater exp. required.
Card.
apply
110 employment
Applitrack.com/sjsu/onlineapp/ Immediate placement
experieNced automotive Service
on all assignments.
writer Needed Immediately in Half Moon eNgiNeer -
Bay Call 650-726-0711. Nikon Research Corp of America of Bel-

rigger HeLper
mont, CA seeks a Senior Mechanical En-
gineer, MS + 4 yrs. exp. Mechanical de- call
full time, benefits, will train.
Clean DMV. Lifting 50 pounds.
sign, analysis, dynamics & precision en-
gineering. Send
sonia.strom@nikon.com
resumes to (650)777-9000
415-798-0021
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Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Tundra Tundra Tundra

110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 203 Public Notices
SAlES/MArkETINg SAlES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales HANDYMAN NEEDED (Redwood
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #279130
Job Title: Quality
INTErNSHIPS
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking Representative needed to sell newspa- City Area)
Assurance PET SITTErS & The following person is doing business
as: The Kondo Group, 1900 S. Norfolk
for ambitious interns who are eager to
jump into the business arena with both per print and web advertising and event We are looking for a reliable Handy-
man to undertake upkeep and repair
Analysts
(Full-Time)
DOg WAlkErS Street Suite 310, SAN MATEO, CA
94403. Registered Owner: Movoto, Inc.,
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs
of the newspaper and media industries. marketing solutions. To apply, please call tasks for the interiors or exteriors of
commercial and residential premises NEEDED! CA. The business is conducted by a
Corporation. The registrant commenced
This position will provide valuable 650-344-5200 and send resume to in the Redwood City area. We'll rely
on you to keep our facilities in perfect Job Location: Belmont, CA to transact business under the FBN on
experience for your bright future.
Email resume info@smdailyjournal.com condition by doing various odd jobs. Local, family owned N/A.
This position is full time, Monday thru /s/Maximillian Diez/
info@smdailyjournal.com
Friday. Company vehicle will be pro-
Requirements: MS or equiv. in CS, S/W company. Dog walks This statement was filed with the Asses-
Engg., etc. + 2 yrs. exp. sor-County Clerk on 10/11/18. (Publish-
vided and will be available at a desig-
nated site each day. We are a large reqd. (or BS+5). Exp. w/ done from approx: ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
janitorial company and perform E-Ver-
ify and background checks on all ap-
Talend ESB, Integration, 11am-3pm, M-F 10/18/18, 10/25/18, 11/1/18, 11/8/18).
plicants. Must work in a neat and Oracle, SQL, RPA, SOAP Sit hours are more
timely manner and technical knowl- UI & REST Services, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
edge are important to this position.
You must be well-organized with NetSuite, Sales Force, flexible and can be just a STATEMENT #279131
The following person is doing business
strong general repair skills. Must be
able to work on your own, work from
Python Scripting & Shell few hours a day, 5-7 as: The Art in Real Estate Powered by
Scripting reqd. Movoto, 1900 S. Norfolk Street Suite
task list and communicate issues im-
mediately to Maintenance Manager.
days a week. 310, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Regis-
Contact us at (510) 527-1078 or by
email at ubs@ubsco.com.
Mail Resume: RingCentral, Inc. Routes from San Mateo tered Owner: Movoto, Inc., CA. The
business is conducted by a Corporation.
Attn: HR Dept. to Menlo Park available The registrant commenced to transact
20 Davis Drive, business under the FBN on N/A.
Belmont, CA 94002 www.bayareapetpals.com /s/Maximillian Diez/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
Email: lynda@bayareapetpals.com
Caregivers
Caregivers Wanted
Wanted for more info TODAY!
sor-County Clerk on 10/11/18. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Home
Home CCare
are Jobs 10/18/18, 10/25/18, 11/1/18, 11/8/18).

(650) 600-8108 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME


STATEMENT #279111
Email:
Email: jobs@starlightcaregivers.com
jobs@starlightcaregivers.com NEWSPAPEr INTErNS 201 Personals The following person is doing business
as: 1)TecToys4Fun 2)Thamyka Clean-
www.starlightcaregivers.com
www.starlightcaregivers.com ing, 675 Catamaran St. #2, FOSTER
Apply
Apply online or wwalk-in
alk-in
JOUrNAlISM SEEkINg gENTlEMAN, young at
heart, who loves life. I'm 69, F. widowed, CITY, CA 94404. Registered Owner:
The Daily Journal is looking for in- coastsider, kind, loving, fun. Love walk- TecToys4Fun LLC, CA. The business is
4600 EEll Camino Real,, # 211,, LLos
Camino Real os Altos
Altos ing, swimming, singing, photography, conducted by a Limited Liability Compa-
terns to do entry level reporting, re- travel. Lets talk! WRITE: Box 3756, ny. The registrant commenced to trans-
search, updates of our ongoing fea- HMB, 94019. act business under the FBN on 08/20/18.
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- /s/Cesar Gevigier/
so welcome. This statement was filed with the Asses-
203 Public Notices sor-County Clerk on 10/11/18. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
We expect a commitment of four to FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 10/18/18, 10/25/18, 11/1/18, 11/8/18).
eight hours a week for at least four STATEMENT #279061
Day
Day or Night
Night Shifts,
Shifftsts, Immediate
Immediate Placement
Placement The following person is doing business
Required:
Required: 2 years
years paid experience
experience months. The internship is unpaid, but as: MB GARAGE, 2165 Palm Ave., SAN FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
or current
current CNA Certification;
Certification; intelligent, aggressive and talented in- MATEO, CA 94403. Registered Owner: STATEMENT #279212
terns have progressed in time into Lambrecht Holdings Inc., CA. The busi- The following person is doing business
Must Drive
Drive Car;
Car; Speak
Speak and writewrite English
English paid correspondents and full-time re- ness is conducted by a Corporation. The
as: The UPS Store #1737, 101 Hickey
Blvd, Suite A, SOUTH SAN FRANCIS-
porters. registrant commenced to transact busi- CO, CA 94080. Registered Owners: Mo-
ness under the FBN on N/A. hit Sehgal and Akshay Segal, 459 Faral-
College students or recent graduates /s/Andrew Lambert/ lon Ave., Pacifica, CA 94044. The busi-
This statement was filed with the Asses- ness is conducted by a General Partner-
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper sor-County Clerk on 10/5/18. (Published ship. The registrant commenced to
experience is preferred but not neces- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, transact business under the FBN on Oc-
sarily required. tober 1st 2018.
10/11/18, 10/18/18, 10/25/18, 11/1/18). /s/Mohit Sehgal/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
Please send a cover letter describing sor-County Clerk on 10/19/18. (Publish-
your interest in newspapers, a resume FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
STATEMENT #279070 10/25/18, 11/1/18, 11/8/18, 11/15/18).
and three recent clips. Before you ap- The following person is doing business
ply, you should familiarize yourself as: Jess A Moment, 3 La Mesa Court,
with our publication. Our Web site: BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Registered FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
www.smdailyjournal.com. Owner: Jessica Li, same address. The STATEMENT #279206
The following person is doing business
business is conducted by an Individual. as: FinTech GP, 131 Rock Wren Lane,
Send your information via e-mail to The registrant commenced to transact BRISBANE, CA 94005. Registered
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- business under the FBN on 10/5/18. Owners: 1)Hassan Abbas, same address
/s/Jessica Li/ 2)Vajid Jafri, 592 Dory Lane, Redwood
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- This statement was filed with the Asses- Shores, CA 94065. The business is con-
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 sor-County Clerk on 10/5/18. (Published ducted by a General Partnership. The
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, registrant commenced to transact busi-
10/11/18, 10/18/18, 10/25/18, 11/1/18). ness under the FBN on N/A.
/s/Hassan Abbas/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 10/19/18. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
10/25/18, 11/1/18, 11/8/18, 11/15/18).

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME


STATEMENT #279036
The following person is doing business
as: The Alternate Path, 775 27th Ave-
nue, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Regis-
tered Owner: Cassie W. Schindler, same
address. The business is conducted by
an Individual The registrant commenced
to transact business under the FBN on
01/02/2007.
/s/Cassie W. Schindler/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 10/03/18. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
10/25/18, 11/1/18, 11/8/18, 11/15/18).

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME


STATEMENT #279020
The following person is doing business
as: Rat Proof, 513 Chesterton Avenue,
BELMONT, CA 94002. Registered Own-
er: Timothy Bradley Vialli, same address.
The business is conducted by an Individ-
ual. The registrant commenced to trans-
act business under the FBN on N/A.
/s/Tim Vialli/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 10/2/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
10/25/18, 11/1/18, 11/8/18, 11/15/18).

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME


STATEMENT #279291
The following person is doing business
as: 1)Integrated Information Systems,
Inc., 2)Intresys Inc. 3)Turbocourt, 1301
Shoreway Road, Ste. 190, BELMONT,
CA 94002. Registered Owner: Integrat-
ed Information System, Inc., CA, 1301
Shoreway Road Ste. 190, Belmont,
94002. The business is conducted by a
Corporation. The registrant commenced
to transact business under the FBN on
10/24/18.
/s/Tania Wasser/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 10/24/18. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
11/1/18, 11/8/18, 11/15/18, 11/22/18).
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203 Public notices 203 Public notices 203 Public notices 203 Public notices books 303 Electronics
fiCTiTiOuS buSinESS naME OrdEr TO SHOW CauSE fOr Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this OrdEr TO SHOW CauSE fOr JaMES PaTTErSOn hardback books. CannOn COPiEr. $20. 650-342-5220.
STaTEMEnT #279332 CHanGE Of naME Order to Show Cause shall be published CHanGE Of naME 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861
The following person is doing business CASE# 18C1V05725 at least once each week for four succes- CASE# 18C1V05668 frEE TELEViSiOn - Mitsubishi,
as: Rebecca J’s Decorating and Event SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, niCHOLaS SParkS hardback books. 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not
Mgmt., 1718 Sequoia Ave. #5, BURLIN- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, ing on the petition in the following news- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861 Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local
GAME, CA 94010. Registered Owner: 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, paper of general circulation: 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, Delivery available.
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 San Mateo Daily Journal REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 V.LOGVinOV, unuSuaL Journey to the
Rebecca Jackson, same address The Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus-
business is conducted by Individual. The PETITION OF Filed: 10/25/2018 PETITION OF MOTOrOLa braVO MB 520 (android
William DeBord /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ Vincent Cornell Lawrence sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD
registrant commenced to transact busi- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Judge of the Superior Court
ness under the FBN on 10/29/2018. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: card Belmont (650)595-8855
Petitioner: William DeBord filed a petition Dated: 10/25/2018 Petitioner: Vincent Cornell Lawrence filed 295 art
/s/Rebecca Jackson/ with this court for a decree changing (Published 11/1/18, 11/8/18, 11/15/18,
This statement was filed with the Asses- a petition with this court for a decree OnkyO aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital
name as follows: 11/22/18). changing name as follows: Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
sor-County Clerk on 10/29/18. (Publish- Present name: bruSHEd finiSH, 15" X 20" frame
Present name: holds 18 various size photos. Never Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, William DeBord Vincent Cornell Lawrence
11/1/18, 11/8/18, 11/15/18, 11/22/18). used. $20. 650-369-2486.
Proposed Name: PHiLLiPS-50” COLOr T.V., Heavy, $99
Proposed Name: Vincent Cornell Harris (650)591-8062
William Joseph DeBord OiL PainTinG-CanVaSS, Victorian
fiCTiTiOuS buSinESS naME Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00
STaTEMEnT #279337 THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
interested in this matter shall appear be-
OBO (650)515-6091 304 furniture
The following person is doing business interested in this matter shall appear be- fore this court at the hearing indicated 2 WaLnuT 3-drawer nitestands. Tops
as: Rosie’s Home for the Aged, 317 fore this court at the hearing indicated
below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- 296 appliances need work but very good cond. $20/ea
West 20th Ave, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. tition for change of name should not be (650)952-3466.
Registered Owner: Horacio C. Freitas, tition for change of name should not be air COndiTiOnEr 10000 BTU w/re-
granted. Any person objecting to the granted. Any person objecting to the
4701 Illinois Ave, Fair Oaks, CA 95628. name changes described above must file mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
name changes described above must file brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- anTiquE dininG table for six people
The business is conducted by an Individ- a written objection that includes the rea- a written objection that includes the rea- with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
ual. The registrant commenced to trans- sons for the objection at least two court 0898
sons for the objection at least two court
act business under the FBN on days before the matter is scheduled to days before the matter is scheduled to anTiquE MOHaGany Bookcase. Four
04/04/2008. be heard and must appear at the hearing be heard and must appear at the hearing HOTPOinT HEaVy Duty Dryer excellent feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
/s/Horacio C. Freitas/ to show cause why the petition should to show cause why the petition should working condition Burlingame $50 Call
This statement was filed with the Asses- not be granted. If no written objection is not be granted. If no written objection is Dan (408)656-0958 bEdSTEad SinGLE, poster style, box
sor-County Clerk on 10/29/18. (Publish- timely filed, the court may grant the peti- timely filed, the court may grant the peti- spring, mattress available. $40.00.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, tion without a hearing. A hearing on the tion without a hearing. A hearing on the kEnMOrE WindOW A/C (vert. open- (650)593-7408
11/1/18, 11/8/18, 11/15/18, 11/22/18). petition shall be held on 12/11/18 at 9 petition shall be held on 12/6/18 at 9 ing) 8700 btu. New in box. $200.00 as
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, is. David Butler (415)608- 1214. bEiGE SOfa $99. Excellent Condition
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this (650) 315-2319
Order to Show Cause shall be published MayTaG WaSHEr excellent working
at least once each week for four succes- condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan bLaCk METaL 4 drawer file cabinet
EaST PaLO aLTO SaniTary diSTriCT (408)656-0958 $10. good condition. call (650)872-2371
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
SEWEr rEPLaCEMEnT PrOJECT ing on the petition in the following news-
MfG H20LabS Model 300 exc cond bunk bEdS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
MiSCELLanEOuS arEaS paper of general circulation: years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or
San Mateo Daily Journal counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
B/O (650)685-2494
Filed: 10/23/2018
Sealed bids for the Sewer Replacement Project, East Palo Alto will be received at the East Palo /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
Mixa MixEr with bowel twin motor
COMMOdE, GOOd condition. $20 obo.
Alto Sanitary District, 901 Weeks Street, East Palo Alto, California 94303 until 2 PM on October $50.00 (650)576-5026
Judge of the Superior Court Please call (650)745-6309
18, 2018 at which time they will be publicly opened and read. Bids shall be labeled "East Palo Al- Dated: 10/23/2018 nEW, SinGEr Sewing Machine Univer-
(Published 11/1/18, 11/8/18, 11/15/18, sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- COMPuTEr dESk (glass) & chair. Like
to Sanitary District, Bid for “SEWER REPLACEMENT PROJECT, MISCELLANEOUS AREAS, 11/22/18). chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or
EAST PALO ALTO." gtecher@comcast.net
riCCar 500 hi performance upright vac-
uum $75.00 (650)576-5026 COMPuTEr SWiVEL CHAIR. Padded
The Work will include the furnishing of all labor, materials and equipment, and other appurtenan- Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
ces for replacement of sanitary sewer mains and manholes by open trench method, as indicated rOOM HEaTEr Electric 1320 Watts, Ar-
on the project plans. PubLiC auTO auCTiOn vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5. COzy rECLinEr in good condition.
The following repossessed vehicles (650)952-3500 Purchased one year ago. $90.00
are being sold by 1st United Services (650)722-6318
The contract documents may be inspected at the office of the East Palo Alto Sanitary District; Credit Union-2018 Ford Fusion SEWinG MaCHinE-rOyaL XL 6000
San Francisco Builders Exchange, Attn: Deanna Johnson, 850 So. Van Ness Avenue, San Fran- vin#205352,2014 MBZ CLA250 Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. dESk, Gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o.
vin#026530,2014 Infiniti Q50 (650)342-8436. (650)458-3578
cisco, California 94110; Peninsula Builders Exchange, Attn: Andrea Nettles, 735 Industrial Road, vin#685691,2012 Honda Odyssey
Suite 100, San Carlos, California 94070; Santa Clara Builders Exchange, Attn: Kanani Fonseca, vin#019652,2014 VW Passat VaCuuM CLEanEr (reconditioned)
400 Reed Street, Santa Clara, California 95050; Builders Exchange of Alameda, Attn: Richard vin#072880,2011 Ford Edge $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 dininG rOOM Table-Antique,Oak,
vin#A64593, 2013 Hyundai Elantra 5chairs, w/ extension $350 (650)290-
Owen, 3055 Alvarado Street, San Leandro, California 94577; Construction Bidboard Incorporat- WESTErn WaSHbOard Sales made 3188
vin#251247.The following repos-
ed, Attn: Plan Room, 11622 El Camino Real, Suite 100, San Diego, CA 92130; and, Contra Cos- sessed vehicles are being sold by
of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C.
ta Builders Exchange, Attn: April Hamilton, 2440 Stanwell Drive, Suite B, Concord, California $75. phone 650-369-2486.
SafeAmerica Credit Union-2018 Ford dininG TabLE (36"x54") and 4 match-
94520. Mustang 5.0 GT vin#109207,2014 ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for
Ford Fiesta vin#220867,2014 Ford 297 bicycles $250 .(650)-654-1930.
Taurus vin#172109,2012 Hyundai
Copies of the Contract Documents may be obtained at the office of the East Palo Alto Sanitary Elantra vin#124948.The following re- aduLT bikES 1 regular and 2 with bal- dininG TabLE - WITH Extension, six
District upon payment of a check or money order in the amount of $60.00 for each set. The possessed vehicles are being sold by loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 chairs, Solid wood, Vintage 1950’s, $450
check or money order must be issued to the East Palo Alto Sanitary District. All payments are Commonwealth Central Credit Union- (650)692-8012.
2016 Mitsubishi Outlander CHiLd’S SCHWinn biCyCLE, bLuE in
nonrefundable. The Sanitary District is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., vin#000933.The following repos- good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. drESSEr 4-draWEr in Belmont for
however closed from Noon to 1:00 p.m. sessed vehicles are being sold by $75. Good condition; good for children.
San Francisco Federal Credit Union- Mountain bike for sale $35. Runs good. Call (650)678-8585
2018 Dodge Charger vin#114441.The Burlingame. Phone 650-342-5220.
A non-mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at 2 pm on October 9, 2018 at the office of the following repossessed vehicles are drESSEr-anTiquE VaniTy Combo, 3
East Palo Alto Sanitary District. MOunTain bikE new 21 gears $100.
being sold by Meriwest Credit Union- (650)722-3634 beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $550
2015 Acura TLX vin#029098,2010 (650)209-3188
Layton Travel Trailer 24ft MOunTain bikE. Top brand. Runs
Each bid shall be accompanied by a certified or cashier's check or a bid guaranty bond payable vin#000439,2016 Ford F150 good. $39. (660)342-5220 fuLL SizE bed wood frame with pillow
to the order of the East Palo Alto Sanitary District in an amount not less than ten percent (10%) vin#D79863,2016 Hyundai Elantra top mattress $100.00 B/O (650)576-5026
of the amount of the bid as a guaranty that the bidder will execute the contract if it be awarded to vin#672121.The following repos-
298 Collectibles GLidEr rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
sessed vehicle is being sold by My
him in conformity with the bid. The successful bidder will be required to furnish a performance Credit Union- 2002 BMW 530 I lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644.
bond in an amount not less than one hundred percent (100%) of the contract price and a labor vin#E92740.The following repos- badGE, 7 Star Special Security Offi-
cer;$25- will text picture (650)218-0121 ikEa drESSEr, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
and material bond in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the contract price. sessed vehicle is being sold by SMW
San Carlos 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
104 Federal Credit Union- 2011 Hyun-
dai Sonata vin#241538. Sealed bids ikEa TabLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
The District shall award the contract for the project to the lowest responsible bidder submitting a will be taken from 8am to 8pm on barbiE dOLL of the World collection $ 30. (650)598-9804.
responsive bid as determined by the District from the base bid. The District reserves the right to 11/05/2018. Sale held at THE Auto $10.00. Call (650)872-2371
reject any or all bids or to waive any irregularities or informalities in any bids or in the bidding Auction Inc. 214 East Harris Ave, MaSSaGE TabLE, excellent condition,
bEauTifuL HErMan Miller pendulum folding, $25, (650) 552-9556.
South San Francisco CA 94080. 650-
process. 737-9010. Auction held indoors- A va-
clock. Rich wood finish - works well; nice
chime! $65; 650-591-8851. nEW dELuxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
riety of cars, vans, SUV's and charity
donations also available. Annual ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
Bids received after the time announced for the opening will not be considered. No bidder may dEPrESSiOn GLaSS Dining Plate. 8 Sell! (650) 875-8159.
$50.00 bidder fee. A $275.00 Buyer's
withdraw his bid after the time announced for the opening, or before award and execution of the Premium will be added to all purchas-
3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red.
$12 (650)762-6048 nEW TWin Mattress set plus frame
contract, unless the award is delayed for a period exceeding forty-five (45) days. es. For more information please visit
our website at $30.00 (650) 347-2356
LEnnOx rEd Rose, Unused, hand
Pursuant to the provisions of Public Contract Code Section 22300, and upon the request and at www.theautoauction.net. painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, niaGara VibraTinG Adjustable bed
Bond#10020419 $12.00. (650) 578 9208. good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
the expense of the Contractor, securities equivalent to the amount withheld by the District to in- (408)656-0958
sure performance under the Contract may be deposited with the District, or with a state or feder- MiLLEr LiTE Neon sign , work good
ally chartered bank as escrow agent who shall deliver such securities to the Contractor upon sat- $59 call (650)218-6528 OffiCE TyPE 34"X 60" heavy solid
isfactory completion of the contract. Only those securities listed in Government Code Section wood with formica wood grain top $25
OLd, anTiquE, Bottle Collection: 20 (650) 787-9753
16430 or other securities approved by the District are eligible for deposit. The deposit of securi- bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048
ties with an escrow agent or the District shall be made in the form and on such terms and condi- POrCELain dOLL collection $10.00.
rECLininG CHair, wine colored $30,
(650)-583-4985
tions as the District may require to protect the interest of the District in the event of the Contrac- SuPEriOr COurT Of Call (650)872-2371.
tor's default. The Contractor shall be the beneficial owner of any securities that are deposited and WaSHinGTOn SMaLL ruG beater. $15.00 (650)207-
rETrO HuTCH Needs refinishing other-
shall receive any interest thereon. COunTy Of CLark wise good condition. Top detaches from
4162 bottom $25. (650)712-9962
JuVEniLE diViSiOn
Case no:18-700334-4 STar WarS R2-D2, original 1998 un-
Pertaining to Sections 1770, 1773, and 1773.1 of the California Labor Code the successful bid- nOTiCE and SuMMOnS opened action figure. $15 in San Carlos. SOLid WOOd Dining table with exten-
der shall pay not less than the prevailing rate of per diem wages as determined by the Director of by PubLiCaTiOn (dependency) Steve 650-518-6614 sion great piece great condition black
in re the interest of: $80 (650)364-5263
the California Department of Industrial Relations. Copies of such prevailing rates are on file at the TELESCOPE-CELESTrOn aSTrO
District office of the East Palo Alto Sanitary District and which copies shall be made available to JAMIL, AALIYAH SOPHIA Master Newtonian Reflector, w/ tro/pod SOLid WOOd Entertainment Center-
any interested party on request. The successful bidder shall post a copy of such determinations DOB: 09/26/07 stand, Like New $150.00 TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
Minor Child Call (415)239-1348. Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
at each job site. X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
TO: BUSTAMANTE, CRISTINA TOPPS baSEbaLL complete set 1987 (925)482-5742
Pursuant to Labor Code sections 1725.5 and 1771.1, all contractors and subcontractors that wish GOMEZ, Mother thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999-
TabLE 24"x48" folding legs each end.
to bid on, be listed in a bid, or enter into a contract to perform public work must be registered with 4474
Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
A Dependency Petition was filed on
the Department of Industrial Relations. No bid will be accepted nor any contract entered into October 16, 2018: A Fact Finding
$130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
without proof of the contractor's and subcontractors' current registration with the Department of hearing will be held on this matter on:
299 Computers
TabLE LaMP with brown base & gold
Industrial Relations to perform public work. If awarded a contract, the bidder and its subcontrac- November 27, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. at 19" COLOr Monitor with stand VG con- trim, 30" tall. $10.00. Call 650-872-2371
tors, of any tier, shall maintain active registration with the Department of Industrial Relations for Clark County Superior Court, Family dition power cord/owners manual includ-
Law Annex, 601 West Evergreen ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 TWin bEd frame-black wrought iron
the duration of the project. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the contractor registration require- Blvd., Vancouver, WA 98660. YOU from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341
ments mandated by Labor Code Sections 1725.5 and 1771.1 shall not apply to work performed SHOULD BE PRESENT AT THIS
rECOrdabLE Cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop-
HEARING. TWin bEd, mattress, box spring, frame
on a public works project that is exempt pursuant to the small project exemption specified in La- ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, $ 50. (650)598-9804.
bor Code Sections 1725.5 and 1771.1. The project is subject to labor compliance monitoring and THE HEARING WILL DETERMINE IF (650) 578 9208
enforcement by the Department of Industrial Relations. In bidding on the project, it shall be the YOUR CHILD IS DEPENDENT AS TWin bEd- Free you pick up. Call
DEFINED IN RCW 300 Toys (650)344-2109
bidder's sole responsibility to evaluate and include the cost of complying with all labor compli-
13.34.050(5). THIS BEGINS A JUDI-
ance requirements under the contract and applicable law in its bid. CIAL PROCESS WHICH COULD RE- aMEriCan fLyEr locomotive runs
uSEd bEdrOOM Furniture, FREE. Call
(650)573-7381.
SULT IN PERMANENT LOSS OF good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433
In accordance with the provisions of California Public Contract Code Section 3300, the District YOUR PARENTAL RIGHTS. IF YOU VEnEEr CHEST 6.5’ high, 3 ft. wide
DO NOT APPEAR AT THE HEARING LarGE STuffEd ANIMALS - $3 each $99 (650)322-2814.
has determined that the Contractor shall possess a valid Class A License or a combination of the THE COURT MAY ENTER A DE- Great for Kids (650) 952-3500
Class C licenses indicated in Article B8.01-License Requirements, at the time that the contract is PENDENCY ORDER IN YOUR AB- WaLL uniT/rOOM Divider. Simple
awarded. Failure to possess the specified license(s) shall render the bid as non-responsive and SENCE. STar WarS Celebration 3 Darth Vader lines. Breaks down for transportation.
$20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
shall act as a bar to award of the contract to any bidder not possessing said license(s) at the time To request a copy of the Notice, Sum-
of award. mons, and Dependency Petition, call 302 antiques WaLnuT CHEST, small (4 drawer with
DSHS at 360/993-7900. To view infor- upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
Contractor's attention is directed to Section B8.18, Small Business and Subcontracting Participa- mation about your rights in this pro- anTiquE HEMinGray Glass Tele-
ceeding, go to www.atg.wa.gov/DPY. WHiTE WiCkEr Armoire, asking $100,
graph Pole Insulator. Aqua colored. Pris-
tion Goal, which grants the Contractor a credit for using a Small Business Contractor, as defined tine condition. 4.5"X3.25" $15 (650)762-
great condition, text for picture (650)571-
0947
in the section. DATED October 30th, 2018, By Scott 6048
G. Weber, Clark County Clerk. WOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
bEEr STEinS-OriGinaL from Germa- 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info
East Palo Alto Sanitary District (650)592-7483
Board of Directors 306 Housewares
San Mateo County, California COMPLETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor
MaHOGany anTiquE Secretary desk,
210 Lost & found 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
/s/ Joan Sykes-Miessi elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. 20-pieces in original box, never used.
Dated: September 21, 2018 LOST CaT. Black and White. Black $250 per box (3 boxes available).
patch on right eye. REWARD. rOSEViLLE TuLiP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. (650)342-5630
Call (323) 439-7713. $45. (650)574-2490.
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306 Housewares 311 Musical instruments 316 Clothes 318 Sports Equipment Garage Sales 470 Rooms
HUMMEl wall Plate 71/2"dia. 1981 HUGE lUdwiG Drum Set Silver Sparkle nEw witH tags Wool or cotton Men's toUREdGE REaCtion ii uniflex sys-
Boy w/umbrella $15. (650)344-4756 & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian pullover sweaters (XL) $15/each tem 8 irons 3-9 and pitch irons HiP HoUSinG

MiKaSa SEt. White. Modern (square)


Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500
(916)975-4969
(650)952-3466 new $75. Call May (650)349-0430 GaRaGE SalES Non-Profit Home Sharing Program
San Mateo County
Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152.
Piano, UPRiGHt, in excellent condi-
nwt zEGna medium brown plaid cash-
mere blazer, XL $20 (650)952-3466
tREadMill-HoRizon liKE New, limit-
ed use, Paid $750-Asking $450 OBO
EStatE SalES (650)348-6660

Royal- oPEnHaGEn xMaS Wall tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769 (650)508-8662


Plates 7 7/8" dia. 1976, l980,1984 $10 SHoES SizE 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less Make money, make room!
ea. (650)344-4756 VintaGE linGERiE Washboard circa (650)508-8662 tREK MoUntain train tag a long; exec 485 Residential Care
SinK doUBlE cast iron. Good condi-
1920’s The Zinc King #703. Suitable for
tUxEdo SizE 40, black, including white
condition;$75;will text photo; (650)218- List your upcoming
strumming $50 (650)369-2486 0121 San Carlos
tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189 garage sale, VoRalto VillaGE
ziljian CyMBalS with stands, 21”
woRK BootS. Iron Age, size 10-1/2, tUntURiC StationaRy Bike $45. moving sale, at MEnlo PaRK
308 tools ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99
brown, with steel metatarsal protection. Daly City-(650) 878-8403
(916)826-5964
In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494 VintaGE naSH Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
estate sale, A welcoming and spa-like secured
memory care community nestled in a
antiqUE iRon Hand Drills. 3 available
at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron 312 Pets & animals ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz yard sale, residential neighborhood just blocks
318 Sports Equipment 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
rummage sale, from downtown Menlo Park
BRiGGS & Stratton Lawn Mower with
Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00.
aiRlinE CaRRiER for cats, pur. from
Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call BiG BERtHa, Golfsmith Titanium Driver woRKoUt BEnCH, weights, bars, for
flat/incline bench and legs. $100.
clearance sale, or Call today to Schedule a Visit
,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
(650)771-6324. (505)228-1480 local.
(415)999-4474 (650)861-2411 whatever sale you (650)322-4100
CRaFtSMan 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" have... www.voralto.com
onE KEnnEl Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- yaMaHa RooF RACK, 58 inches $75.
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. Bow FlEx Max Trainer M-3-Very Good (650)458-3255
(650)593-2066 Condition, Like New, Assembled, Paid
lG CRaFtSMEn shop vac 6.5hp $60 $1200 asking $800 Call Michael Reach over 83,450 readers
(510)943-9221
PaRRot CaGE, Steel, Large - approx (650)784-1061. 340 Camera & Photo Equip. from South San Francisco 515 office Space
SHoPSMitH MaRK V 50th Anniversary 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best to Palo Alto.
offer. (650)245-4084 BRand nEw Golf bag with Stand. niKon 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
(650)504-0585
Makes a great gift. $70. 415-867-6444. lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044 in your local newspaper. -ViRtUal oFFiCES-
PEt CaRRiER for small dog or cat in ex- BRand nEw golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods; $59 - $150
oMEGa B600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
VintaGE CRaFtSMan Jig Saw. Circa cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349-
6059
Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En- Call (650)344-5200 *Business Internet *Phone Answering
1947. $60. (650)245-7517 gift $99. 415-867-6444. larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940 *Conference Rooms *Offices
VintaGE SHoPSMitH and Band PEt taxi Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux EaSton alUMinUM bat.33 inches, 30 *Complete IT Services * Mail
Saw, good shape. $300/obo. Call Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for ViVitaR V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513 original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
(650)342-6993 $25. Call (650)349-6059. (650) 373-2000
(650)583-6636 Bay area Executive offices
ElliPtiCal-noRdiC tRaCK Like new
316 Clothes Barely Used, Paid $600, Asking $300 379 open Houses www.bayareaoffices.com
obo. (650)235-0066. 345 Medical Equipment
wEldER- linColn AC 220 amps 240
volts $199.00 (650)948-4895 BlUE taHaRi NWT wool button-up
EVERlaSt 80# MMA Heavy Bag and adjUStaBlE BatH shower transfer
jacket $25 (650)952-3466 Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976 oPEn HoUSE 620 automobiles
309 office Equipment Box oF used men's Levi's and misc.
jeans $99.00 or best offer fair condition
GolF ClUBS {13}, Bag, & Pull Cart all--
$90.00 (650)341-8342
liStinGS BMw ‘05 325 convertible, $3,800.
laPtoP CaSE or bag. Black. Like new. (650)589-0764
dRiVE 3-in-1 commode with seat,buck- (650)302-5523
Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564. GUtHy-REnKER PowER Rider,Ever- et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10 List your Open House
dawGS BRand Kaymann black and last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex- (510)770-1976 in the Daily Journal.
310 Misc. For Sale white snake print loafers size 7 (9.3”) $25 erciser $20 (510)770-1976 Got an oldER
(650)369-2486 Reach over 83,450 CaR, Boat, oR RV?
200 PlaStiC trading card holders; $15; KnEE RidER $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269 dRiVE dElUxE two button walker $10
(650)591-9769 San Carlos FanCy HiGH heel shoes, never worn (510)770-1976 potential home buyers & Do the humane thing.
size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648 lEatHER GolF bag with 23 clubs $90. renters a day, Donate it to the
500-600 BiG Band-era 78's--most mint, (650) 592-2648. Humane Society.
no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
HoMEdiCS dUal Shiatsu Massage from South San Francisco
MEn'S RoSSiGnol Skis. $95.00, Cushion. 3 Zone. $45.00. (650)207-4162 Call 1- 866-899-3051
FaUx FUR Coat Woman's brown multi good condition, (650)341-0282.
to Palo Alto.
BESSy SMall Evening Hand Bag With in your local newspaper.
color in excellent condition 3/4
Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
length $50 (650)692-8012 onE dozEn Official League Diamond inVERSion tHERaPy table back
Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger stretcher w/ heat $99.00 joe (650)573- Call (650)344-5200 Mazda ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con-
BiFold SHUttERS 2x28”x79 $10.00 dition One owner Fully loaded Low
(650)544-5306 Kayano MEn’S Running shoes size 11 (650)771-6324. 5269
good condition $20 (650)520-7045 miles reduced $16,995 obo (650)520-
BlUE oyStER cult lp signed by donald PinG noME TR putter 34 inch excellent 4650
r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash ladiES ClotHinG, some w/tags. condition. 650-208-5758. $65. oMt taBlE, excellent condition, fold-
(408)661-6019 $99.00 (650)589-0764. ing, $25, (650) 552-9556.
PRinCE tEnniS 2 section nylon black 440 apartments PontiaC ‘97 Passenger Van. Aluminum
CaSH REGiStER Parts; Much Skin Not ladiES SEqUin dress, blue, size XL, Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket- Rims with good tires. Needs engine
Guts $500 (415)269-4784 pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 $55.(650)341-8342 Radiation PRotECtion 1/2-apron BElMont aPaRtMEntS -1br, 2br, work! $900. Call (650)365-8287 or cell
Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta- 3br; Prime Location, Quiet Buildings, No 9650)714-3865.
CHRiStMaS tREE pre-lit, 4 1/2 ft. H X MEn'S StEtSon hat, size large, new, total GyM XLS, excellent condition. ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227- Smoking, No Pets, $2100.00 and up
36 in. W, $40.00. Call 650-872-2371 rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call (650)595-0805 CadillaC ’90 El Dorado Runs Great,
(650) 578-9208 (650)588-0828 7742.
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CoMEalonG 3/4 ton chain $25 (650) 128,000 miles, $2000 (650)922-9114
873-6304

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CoSCo Play Pen with travel bag. Used
once $35 (650)591-2981

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dElUxE FoldER Walker - 5" wheels -
Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347
FREE MaGazinES. Library discards ACROSS 9 Swells up 39 Ending with hand 52 Logician’s word
year old ones. Wide variety. Good for
crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074 1 Keys sound 10 Hoarse or fist 53 B.C. or P.E.I.
7 Running a 11 Ancient Roman 40 Utah city with a 54 Sport-__:
Hat, t-SHiRt, sweatshirt and comput- temperature road Biblical name vehicles
14 Become too old 12 Car-collecting
erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648
45 Baseball’s __ Joe 55 Garden area
lionEl CHRiStMaS Holiday expan- to qualify comedian 46 Dessert slice 56 Propane
15 Howled 13 Early venue for
sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
48 “These are the container
lionEl wEStERn Union Pass car and 16 Coldplay lead nudists? times that try 57 Turow memoir
singer Chris __ 15 Luau strings
dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
men’s souls” 58 Just
MEilinK SaFE-FiRE Proof, 17 Lamp fuel 20 British rule in writer 60 Simile words
18 Dude India
50”x31”X31”, 2200lbs $1200
www.elo.deals (415)309-3892 50 Lots of people 62 Guerrilla
19 Quarter 22 Childish 51 Phillips of “I, Guevara
MotlEy CRUE lp signed by neil lee
21 Home Depot response to a Claudius” 63 Little jerk
sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019 employee garb dare
nEGRini FEnCinG Epee mask size M
22 Italian thing
24 Farm enclosure
23 “Will do!”
24 Sport invented by
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
& France Lames 5 epee blade $95
(415)260-6940 25 Yucatán native hunters
nEw lawn SWING 5'1/2" W x 5 '6" H 28 Deep-sixes 25 Criminal group
$100 (650) 678-6428 aft. 6pm 31 “Wayward 26 Delivering
old StylE Water dispenser-iron stand- Pines” actress excellent service
clay pot-5gal. glass bottle $75. (650)873- Melissa __ to?
6304 34 Cooler in an apt. 27 Asian tents
Ray-Ban toP Bar Sunglasses window 29 Loosen, as a
RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- 36 Bridal bio word bow
wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light-
weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591-
37 Suggestion 30 O.T. book
6596 38 Today, e.g. ... 31 Where to claim
or what is found miscellaneous
SaMSonitE 26" tan hard-sided suit
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. in 12 puzzle credits on a W-4
$45. (650)328-6709 answers form
SilK SaREE 6 yards new nice color.for
41 Having a fancy 32 __ nous
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- for 33 Survey choice
formation. 42 On the __ vive 35 Culinary topper
SinK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, 43 Just this far 37 Hardly
$15.00 (650)544-5306 44 Govt. prosecutors stimulating 11/01/18
SlR lEnS Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6 45 Minty cocktail
Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171 47 Drilling tool
SlR lEnS Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 48 Usher family’s
Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171 creator
tiRES-SEt oF four P225 45 R18 $80
49 Long-dist.
OBO (650)359-2238. weapon
51 Calyx part
54 Lyft rival
tUntURi RowinG Machine, Good
Condition, $75, (650)483-1222
56 Mix with a horse
59 Vex
UnidEn HaRlEy Davidson Gas Tank
phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
61 Rating at a pump
64 Suffered greatly,
walKER - Good Condition - Like New -
$35 (650)341-5347
in Sussex
311 Musical instruments 65 Hard-to-take
complainer
66 Catholic
1929 antiqUE Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut-
ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call
(650)742-6776. devotions
67 Irregular paper
edge
Baldwin BaBy GRAND 1928 vintage
in walnut. $7500.00 w/bench (415)608-
1214
CHRoMatiC HaRMoniCa: Horner
DOWN
The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, 1 Doorway side
(650)278-5776. 2 Bio lab gel
3 Archie’s boss, in
EPiPHonE lES Paul Custom Prophecy detective fiction
Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00. 4 Understood
5 That guy, to Guy
(650)421-5469.
EVEREtt UPRiGHt antique piano. 6 Old lab burners
Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
7 Bug with bounce By Jeffrey Wechsler
8 U.K. locale 11/01/18
PlayER Piano 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- ©2018 Tribune Content Agency, LLC
sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
www.elo.deals
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620 Automobiles 620 Automobiles 625 Classic Cars 630 Trucks & SUV’s 645 Boats 670 Auto Parts
CHEVY ‘08 HHR - Grey, spunky car CHEVY ‘86 CORVETTE. Automatic. FORD ‘90 F-250, 7.5litre v8, 4wheel dr., SEA RAY 16 FT . I/B. $1,200. needs BRIDGESTONE ALENzA 235/65R17,
Don’t lose money loaded, even seat warmers, $9,500.
(408)807-6529.
93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800
obo. (650) 952-4036.
102k original miles, many upgrades,
$12,500 (650)759-3188
Upholstery. Call (650)898-5732. $50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty,
used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
on a trade-in or
consignment! CHEVY ‘10 HHR . 68K. EXCELLEnT
650 RVs CHEVY/GMC 1994. Full size. Front
ConDITIon. $8888. (650)274-8284. CORVETTE ‘69 350 4-SPEED. 50K plastic/bumper/grill complete. Perfect
MILES. new upgrades $24,500 oBo.. 635 Vans GULF STREAM, Sun Voyager ‘04. Photos. San mateo $75 (650)727-7266
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U.S. limits tech exports to Chinese firm on security grounds
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS violate its market-opening obliga- tions “will be reviewed with a pre-
tions. American officials worry they sumption of denial.”
WASHINGTON — The Trump might erode U.S. industrial leader- That “will limit its ability to
administration has imposed restric- ship. threaten the supply chain for essen-
tions on technology exports to a President Donald Trump has tial components in our military sys-
state-supported Chinese semiconduc- imposed tariffs of up to 25 percent on tems, ” Commerce Secretary Wilbur
tor maker, citing national security $250 billion of Chinese goods in an Ross said in the statement.
grounds amid a mounting tariff bat- effort to pressure Beijing to roll back China’s foreign ministry said it
tle. those plans. hoped foreign governments would
The controls imposed Monday on Jinhua is completing “substantial treat Chinese companies “reasonably
Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Co. production capacity” for integrated and fairly.”
reflect concern Chinese competition circuits, possibly using U. S. tech- “We hope the United States will do
could drive American technology nology, which “threatens the long- something that serves the two sides’
suppliers out of business, leaving the t erm eco n o mi c v i ab i l i t y o f U. S. interest and helps improve mutual
military without secure sources of suppliers of these essential compo- trust, instead of the other way
components. nents of U. S. military systems, ” around,” said a ministry spokesman,
Beijing has spent heavily to build said a Commerce Department state- Lu Kang.
up Jinhua and other chip makers as ment. Calls to Fujian Jinhua’s offices
part of efforts to transform China The company was added to the rang unanswered Tuesday and there
into a global leader in robotics, arti- department’s “Entity List, ” which was no immediate response to an
ficial intelligence and other technol- will require it to obtain an export inquiry made through their website.
ogy industries. license for all software, technology The order marks the second U.S.
The United States, Europe and other and commodities, the Commerce action this year blocking technology
trading partners say Beijing’s tactics Department said. It said such applica- exports to a Chinese buyer.
REUTERS FILE PHOTO
Containers are seen at the Yangshan Deep Water Port in
Shanghai, China.

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