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WHITE HOUSE BRACES
FOR ROBERT MUELLER
DEADLY RAMPAGE
HEROES RUSHED INTO GUNFIRE, PULLED PEOPLE TO
SAFETY AT BAR
ARAGON INTO
NORCAL SEMIS
NATION PAGE 8 STATE PAGE 5 SPORTS PAGE 11

Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
Friday • Nov 9, 2018 • XIX, Edition 70 www.smdailyjournal.com

School closure plans alarm Redwood City families
Fears and frustrations prevail over district’s effort to fix ongoing budget strife
By Austin Walsh Oaks elementary schools oppose district Those concerned feel the closures and daily attendance, which has been dropping.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF officials potentially shuttering or blending consolidations would irrevocably harm “It’s not going to help Adelante and it’s
campuses into a single establishment. carefully-crafted communities and academic not going to help Selby Lane, ” said
A proposal to cut into ongoing budget Officials have discussed over the past few programs at each campus, while a district Sandrine Ribeau, of the two schools which
woes by closing and consolidating months a variety of options slated to shrink official acknowledges the difficulty of the could be consolidated. Ribeau has two stu-
Redwood City schools is alarming families the district and reverse its severe financial decision but suggested options to amend dents at Adelante.
concerned the decision will destroy cher- struggles, and a list of recommended the budget are limited. The district suffers Meanwhile Gloria Rangel, a member of
ished education communities. actions are slated to be released Friday, Nov. from dropping enrollment for a number of the group fighting to preserve Fair Oaks
Parents of students at Adelante Spanish 8. Trustees are expected next week to revise reasons and its funding formula means it
Immersion as well as Selby Lane and Fair the list for a pending December decision. gets money from the state based on average See SCHOOLS, Page 18

Broadway
Plaza gets
a draft EIR
Mixed-use development in Redwood
City enters 45-day comment period
By Zachary Clark
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Traffic congestion emerged as the most
significant concern relating to a massive
mixed-use Broadway Plaza development
proposal off Woodside Road in Redwood
City, according to a draft of the environ-
mental impact report published Thursday,
Nov. 8.
The draft EIR for the Broadway Plaza
development is now in the 45-day public
comment period, which wraps up Jan. 4.
REUTERS
Comments received during that period —
which includes a Planning Commission A Cal Fire firefighter (above) and Forest Service firefighters (below) battle to save homes while at the Camp Fire in Paradise.
hearing Dec. 4 — will be collected and
included in the final EIR. 
The proposal, submitted by the Sobrato

Election count
See EIR, Page 23 ‘Paradise is destroyed’
Tens of thousands flee
updated, some fast-moving wildfire
race changes By Don Thompson and Noah Berger
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Ballots still arriving at Elections PARADISE — Tens of thousands of people
Office, counting round the clock fled a fast-moving wildfire Thursday in
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT Northern California, some clutching babies
and pets as they abandoned vehicles and
In what is appearing to be a long road for struck out on foot ahead of the flames that
local results, San Mateo County elections forced the evacuation of an entire town and
officials announced a new round of tallies destroyed hundreds of structures.
that have shown some changes to what was “Pretty much the community of Paradise
announced on election night. is destroyed, it’s that kind of devastation,”
While many of the results are holding, said Cal Fire Capt. Scott McLean late
some close races have tightened or slightly Thursday. “The wind that was predicted came
changed. Elections officials say about and just wiped it out.”

See ELECTION, Page 23 See FIRE, Page 31
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2 Friday • Nov 9, 2018 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day
“Half the world is composed of people who
have something to say and can’t, and the other
half who have nothing to say and keep on saying it.”
— Robert Frost, American poet

This Day in History
Nazis looted and burned synagogues

1938 as well as Jewish-owned stores and
houses in Germany and Austria in a
pogrom or deliberate persecution that
became known as “Kristallnacht.”
In 1 6 2 0 , the passengers and crew of the Mayflower sight-
ed Cape Cod.
In 1 9 1 8 , it was announced that Germany’s Kaiser Wilhelm
II would abdicate; he then fled to the Netherlands.
In 1 9 6 1 , U.S. Air Force Maj. Robert M. White became the
first pilot to fly an X-15 rocket plane at six times the speed
of sound. The Beatles’ future manager, Brian Epstein, first
saw the group perform at The Cavern Club in Liverpool,
England.
In 1 9 6 5 , the great Northeast blackout began as a series of
power failures lasting up to 13 1/2 hours left 30 million
people in seven states and part of Canada without electrici-
ty.
In 1 9 6 7 , a Saturn V rocket carrying an unmanned Apollo
spacecraft blasted off from Cape Kennedy on a successful
test flight. REUTERS
In 1 9 7 0 , former French President Charles de Gaulle died at Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk speaks in a ‘fireside chat’ at the National League of Cities 2018 City Summit in Los Angeles.
age 79.
In 1 9 7 6 , the U.N. General Assembly approved resolutions
condemning apartheid in South Africa, including one char- In other news ...
acterizing the white-ruled government as “illegitimate.” Tuesday, giving a 40-year-old man a In a statement, senior vice presi-
In 1 9 8 6 , Israel revealed it was holding Mordechai Vanunu, Bond between donkey, emu 10-month suspended sentence and a dent of marketing Yuvraj Arora says it
a former nuclear technician who’d vanished after providing may make adoption difficult 28-year-old ex-colleague six months. was “so exciting to see Pringles fans’
information to a British newspaper about Israel’s nuclear Both men worked for a waste dis- positive reactions” when it launched
CHARLOTTE, N. C. — A North
weapons program. (Vanunu was convicted of treason and posal company from whose premises the Thanksgiving dinner last year.
Carolina animal shelter says the
served 18 years in prison.) the toilets — worth nearly 70,000 Supplies are limited.
close bond between a donkey and an
In 1 9 8 9 , communist East Germany threw open its borders, emu that can barely stand to be sepa- euros ($79,700) in all — gradually
allowing citizens to travel freely to the West; joyous rated may complicate an adoption. disappeared, a loss that was only dis- Surprise: Large alligator
Germans danced atop the Berlin Wall. covered a few months later.
In 1 9 9 9 , with fireworks, concerts and a huge party at the
The Charlotte Observer reports the found in Kansas City hot tub
male donkey and female emu were res- The men admitted having sold the
landmark Brandenburg Gate, Germany celebrated the 10th toilets to a company in the KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Missouri
cued from Kershaw, South Carolina
anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Netherlands via a go-between. landlord stumbled upon an unwanted
when their owner suddenly vanished
last week. Jennifer Gordon of non- Only three of the missing toilets house guest while evicting a tenant: a
Birthdays profit Carolina Waterfowl Rescue
near Charlotte says the owner also
have resurfaced. The defendants lost
their jobs.
large alligator in a hot tub.
The tenant described the 150-pound
left behind other animals. reptile as “gentle as a puppy” after
She says the shelter, which has not Pringles sells Thanksgiving- animal control workers were called to
yet named the animals, tried separat- the Kansas City home on Wednesday.
flavored chips for limited time The workers also found two boa con-
ing them. But the donkey cried and
the emu became frantic. BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — Those strictors and a rabbit.
She says the donkey doesn’t even who crave the tastes of Thanksgiving The Kansas City Star reports a spe-
like the shelter’s other donkeys. She no longer have to wait for the meal to cialist removed the alligator, which
says the two cuddle and sleep togeth- be cooked. was at least 6 feet (1.8 meters) long.
er. She says they can’t be separated, Pringles is selling chips that taste No one was injured.
Actor Lou Rapper Pepa is 52. Singer Nick Lachey so someone needs to adopt both ani- like turkey, stuffing and pumpkin The tenant, Sean Casey, said he’d
Ferrigno is 67. is 45. mals and “that may not be easy.” pie. owned the alligator for four years and
Baseball Hall of Famer Whitey Herzog is 87. Baseball Hall The limited-edition chips are not named it Catfish. He called the reptile
of Famer Bob Gibson is 83. Actor Charlie Robinson is 73. Who steals portable toilets? available in stores. The three-pack “a big cuddly lizard.”
stackable mini cans go on sale A spokesman for the city’s
Movie director Bille August is 70. Actor Robert David Hall is German court renders verdict Tuesday at 11:59 p.m. EST online at Neighborhood and Housing Services
70. Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, is 66. Gospel singer
Donnie McClurkin is 59. Rock musician Dee Plakas (L7) is BERLIN — The portable toilets the kellogsstore. com. They cost Department says Kansas City doesn’t
58. Actress Ion Overman is 49. Rapper Scarface (Geto Boys) kept on disappearing — and now a $14.99. allow homeowners to have alliga-
is 48. Blues singer Susan Tedeschi is 48. Actor Jason Antoon German company knows why. The snack brand produced eight tors.
is 47. Actor Eric Dane is 46. Country musician Barry Knox Two men in Germany have been Thanksgiving flavors last year that Catfish will be temporarily housed
(Parmalee) is 41. Rhythm-and-blues singer Sisqo (Dru Hill) is convicted of stealing more than 100 came in a TV dinner-style tray. Those at the Monkey Island Rescue and
40. Country singer Corey Smith is 39. Country singer Chris portable toilets. The dpa news flavors included mashed potatoes, Sanctuary in nearby Greenwood. The
Lane is 34. Actress Emily Tyra is 31. Actress Nikki Blonsky agency reported that Duesseldorf dis- green bean casserole and cranberry snakes and rabbit were taken to an
is 30. Actress-model Analeigh Tipton is 30. trict court delivered its verdict sauce-flavored chips. animal shelter.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these Jumbles, Nov. 7 Powerball Fantasy Five Fri day t h ro ug h S at urday : Mostly
one letter to each square, clear. Highs in the 60s. Lows in the upper
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to form four ordinary words. 26 28 34 42 50 25 5 15 27 30 39
40s to mid 50s.
NAYML
Powerball
Saturday ni g ht: Mostly clear. Lows in
Nov. 6 Mega Millions Daily Four the lower to mid 50s. West winds 10 to 15
28 34 37 56 69 12 0 3 1 6 mph decreasing to around 5 mph after mid-
night.
Mega number
Daily three midday Sunday : Partly cloudy in the morning
SATHS Nov. 7 Super Lotto Plus then becoming sunny. Highs in the 60s. West winds 5 to 10
2 6 5
mph increasing to 10 to 20 mph in the afternoon.
12 25 28 45 47 16 Daily three evening Sunday ni g ht: Mostly clear. Lows in the lower 50s.
Mega number
Mo nday : Sunny. Highs in the lower to mid 60s.
DYULDC 7 8 1
South winds 5 to 10 mph...becoming west 5 to 15 mph in
The Daily Derby race winners are Whirl Win, No. 6, in the afternoon.
first place; Lucky Charms, No. 12, in second place; and Mo nday ni g ht: Clear. Lows in the lower 50s. Highs in
Gold Rush, No. 1, in third place. The race time was the 60s.
NCHOPO clocked at 1:42.49. Tues day ni g ht: Mostly clear. Lows in the lower 50s.
Now arrange the circled letters
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Police reports DUI. Someone was driving while under the
influence on Clinton Street, it was reported
at, 3:07 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7.
DUI. Someone was seen driving in two
Soleless lanes and shouting out their window on
Someone stole shoes and a wallet from a
Highway 101, it was reported at 7:27 p.m.
vehicle parked on Laguna Avenue in
Saturday Oct. 5.
Burlingame, it was reported at 8:54
p.m. Monday, Oct. 22.
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
Mal i c i o us mi s c hi e f . An incident of
REDWOOD CITY malicious mischief occurred at a business on
Reckl es s dri v ers . Somebody was doing Fourth Lane, it was reported at 2:14 p.m.
doughnuts on Hemlock Avenue and attempt- Monday, Oct. 22.
ed to hit someone who confronted him, it Vehi cl e s to l en. Someone stole a vehicle
was reported at 12:16 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9. from a parking lot on South Airport
Vandal i s m. Someone was seen shooting a Boulevard, it was reported at 11:52 a.m.
BB gun at a home’s window on Jackson Monday, Oct. 22.
Avenue, it was reported at 7:40 p. m. Burg l ary . Someone broke into a business
Monday, Oct. 8. on Oyster Point Boulevard, it was reported
Burg l ary . Someone destroyed the lock on at 10:34 a.m. Monday, Oct. 22.
a storage container located on Broadway, it Vehi cl e s to l en. Someone stole a vehicle
was reported at 1:44 p.m. Monday, Oct. 8. parked on Miller Avenue, it was reported at
7:18 a.m. Monday, Oct. 22.

Amit Chatterjee Obituaries
Amit Chatterjee, age 46, of San Carlos,
California, died unexpectedly Oct. 25, Amit remained humble, deeply rooted in his
2018. Amit was born in belief in God, and unrelenting love for his
Hartford, Connecticut, family. Amit is survived by his beloved wife
Jan. 10, 1972. Lorena, his spirited boys Connor and
He lived six years of Brandon, his devoted brother Sumit and his
his youth in Memphis, loving parents Mavis and Shekhar. He will
Tennessee, then moved forever be in our hearts and memories.”
t o t h e San Fran ci s co Memorial Services were held Nov. 3, at
Bay Area, growing up in St. Charles Church in San Carlos.
Morgan Hill and resid-
ing in San Carlos for Barbara McGee Allen
most of his life. Barbara McGee Allen passed away Oct.
Amit attended Bellarmine College 31, 2018. She was born on April 22, 1936,
Preparatory for high school and attended the
in Pennsylvania.
University of California, Berkeley, and
Stanford University. He was married to She moved to California to serve two
Lorena Chatterjee in 1999. years in the U.S. Navy and trained as a den-
Amit was most recently chief executive tal assistant. After the Navy, she worked for
officer of Open Systems, headquartered in 35 years in the dental field. She is survived
Switzerland. He previously held executive by her husband of 62 years, Joseph W. Allen
positions at CA Technologies, SAP and Sr., her son Joe Allen Jr. and daughter Cheri
McKinsey & Co. and launched four startups. Allen. Also two granddaughters, Samantha
He was on the Board of Directors of several Allen and Marion Zinn. No services will be
technology companies. held at this time. “She is truly loved and
“Through all his professional accolades, missed.”
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Suspicious package to In San Mateo County, other international locations.
Local briefs a protest across from the The activists have identified themselves
Speier clears office building typically receives and that it was from out Hillsdale Shopping as NobodyisAbovetheLaw.org, a communi-
A suspicious package addressed to the of state. Center in San Mateo ty-built movement that has organized the
office of U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-San The situation comes on the heels of sev- drew hundreds, while international protests.
Mateo, prompted author- eral suspicious packages delivered to there were also actions
ities to clear the office Democrats who have been critical of in downtown Redwood Fire damages building with
building on the 100 President Donald Trump. Last week, a sec- City and Pacifica. They San Mateo tax service business
block of Bovet Road as a ond suspicious package addressed to San also took place in
precaution before deter- Monterey, San Jose, A fire damaged a building with a tax serv-
Francisco billionaire Tom Steyer was dis- Matthew ice business in it in San Mateo on
mining it was safe, covered at a mail facility on Rollins Road in Whitaker Santa Clara, Mountain
according to San Mateo View, Palo Alto, San Wednesday night, fire officials said.
Burlingame. The packages were linked to Firefighters responded at 9:14 p.m. to
police. Cesar Sayoc, a Florida man who was arrest- Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland, Alameda,
Just after 1 p. m. , Richmond and smaller cities. what was initially reported as a trash fire in
ed Oct. 26 for allegedly mailing out explo- the area of 24th Avenue and South El
police responded to the sive material to CNN, former President Trump has since appointed Acting
Jackie Speier Camino Real, according to the San Mateo
building, secured the Barack Obama, and others. Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, who
scene and evacuated the building and nearby protesters claim is a Trump “loyalist” who Fire Department.
The two-story building has a Liberty Tax
offices. The San Mateo County Bomb Squad Protests target Trump’s will stifle the U.S. Department of Justice’s
Service business on the ground floor and a
responded and determined the package did investigation into possible collusion
not contain anything dangerous, according
new attorney general between the Trump campaign and Russia. single residential unit on the second floor.
to police. Activists across the Bay Area protested They are calling for a “rapid response” The fire was in the unoccupied tax business
“We were definitely erring on the side of President Donald Trump’s replacement of t o p ro t ect Sp eci al Co un s el Ro b ert and crews extinguished it within five min-
caution, ” said San Mateo police Sgt. his attorney general after embattled former Mueller, who is overseeing the investi- utes of arriving, fire officials said.
Amanda Von Glahn, who added the package attorney general Jeff Sessions resigned gation, and they are organizing in hun- The response blocked El Camino Real in
was described as not something the office Wednesday. dreds of United States cities as well as the area for a short period of time. The occu-
Ams t erdam, pants of the residential unit were able to
R o m e , return home afterward, fire officials said.
Toronto and No injuries were reported and the cause of
the blaze is under investigation.
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Heroes rushed into gunfire,
pulled people to safety at bar
By John Rogers of my friends as possi-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ble.’”
Ventura County sher-
College students out for a good time and a iff’s Sgt. Ron Helus, a
veteran lawman on patrol became heroes 29-year veteran nearing
during a shooting at a country music bar by retirement, was the first
pulling people to safety and rushing into law enforcement officer
the gunfire. into the bar. He’d been
Many of the scores of young people regu- chatting on the phone
larly went to Borderline Bar & Grill in with his wife when he
Ron Helus
Thousand Oaks, California, where a gunman got a report of trouble.
stormed in Wednesday and opened fire, He ran into the bar and was shot multiple
killing 12 people before killing himself. times in an exchange of gunfire, said Sheriff
“It was just a normal Wednesday night, Geoff Dean, who added that the confronta-
just having a good time,” said Moorpark tion gave innocent bystanders time to
College freshman Cole Knapp, who sudden- escape.
ly heard a loud bang that he initially dis- “Ron was a hardworking, dedicated sher-
missed as a prankster setting off a firecrack- iff’s sergeant who was totally committed,”
er. Then he looked up and saw a man in a Dean said of the man who was also his long-
black hoodie holding a gun. time friend and gym partner.
“I tried to get as many people to cover as “And tonight, as I told his wife, he died a
I could,” Knapp told the Associated Press. hero, ” added the sheriff, choking back
“There was an exit right next to me, so I tears.
went through that. That exit leads to a patio REUTERS The California Highway Patrol officer
where people smoke. People out there did- Mourners attend a vigil for the victims of the mass shooting in Thousand Oaks. who followed Helus into the building
n’t really know what was going on. There’s dragged him back out. Helus was taken to a
The 20-year-old looked over to see a man lives near the bar and said many of the regu- hospital where he died Thursday morning.
a fence right there so I said, ‘Everyone get
dressed in black firing on bar employees lars grew up in the area and have known Hundreds of people lined the streets to
over the fence as quickly as you can.’ And I
who worked the front desk. each other since childhood. pay their respects as his body was taken by
followed them over.”
“At that point, I grabbed as many people “It’s not just something where you get out motorcade from the hospital to the coro-
He saw a California Highway Patrol offi-
around me as I could and grabbed them down of there and fend for yourself,” he told CBS ner’s office.
cer who had just pulled over a driver and
under the pool table we were closest to until News. “It’s ‘what can I do to protect as many He is survived by his wife and adult son.
shouted to him that there was shooter inside
he ran out of bullets,” Wennerstrom told
the building. The officer didn’t seem to
reporters.
believe him at first, Knapp said, until he
When the gunman stopped to reload, he
shouted that he wasn’t joking. The city is
and others grabbed barstools and used them
consistently ranked near the top of the lists
to smash open a window. Then they began
of safest places in California.
“shuffling as many people out as possible.”
Matt Wennerstrom, who like Knapp is a
Wennerstrom, a student at nearby
Borderline regular, was there with friends
California State University, Channel
when he heard what he called the unmistak-
Islands, soon followed them to safety. He
able sound of gunfire.
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South San Francisco man found which was near the inter- et, where he forced her to
Local briefs section of Highway 1 and take her clothes off and
guilty for child porn possession warrant for his home, according to prosecu- Furtado Lane in Miramar, raped her despite her
A South San Francisco man was found tors. according to prosecutors. protests. As they were
guilty of possessing and distributing large When they entered his home July 6, 2017, Gongora-Mis was found driving back to her home,
amounts of child pornog- they found Wimer with at least two electronic about a mile away with the he told her not to tell any-
raphy and after a jury devices containing thousands of child bicycle trapped under his one, according to prose-
deliberated for less than pornography files on them, collectively. vehicle. Though he admit- cutors.
three hours Wednesday, Some of the files were related to those on the ted to a collision, he told The incident was
according to the San networking website and others involved chil- Angel deputies he thought he hit Eudoro reported to police after
Mateo County District dren as young as 6 years old, according to Gongora-Mis a guardrail and continued Magana the woman told her son
Attorney’s Office. prosecutors. until he pulled over to and brother what hap-
Matthew Wimer, 39, Chief Deputy District Attorney Al Serrato investigate a noise his car was making, pened the next day, according to prosecutors.
faces nine years, eight said prosecutors were pleased with the out- according to prosecutors. Magana’s case was assigned to defense
months in state prison come and speed of the jury’s verdict. Prosecutors do not believe drugs or alcohol attorney Mark Camperi in May after Judge
Matthew when he returns for sen- were involved in the collision, for which John Grandsaert ruled Magana’s previous
Wimer “The trafficking and images of minors is
tencing Dec. 21, accord- particularly reprehensible, and we’re happy there are no witnesses. A lengthy investiga- defense attorney Daniel Everett failed to pro-
ing to prosecutors. to see that the jury moved so quickly in find- tion by the California Highway Patrol vide proper representation of his client and
In early 2017, the San Francisco division ing the defendant guilty,” he said. delayed the filing of charges for some nine ordered him removed from the case, according
of a federal task force aimed at tracking and Wimer’s defense attorney Brandon months, according to prosecutors. to prosecutors.
putting those distributing and downloading Douglass could not be immediately reached Gongora-Mis’ defense attorney Maria Restitution for Magana’s case is yet to be
child pornography behind bars began follow- for comment. Fonseca could not be immediately reached for determined, and he will next appear in court
ing Wimer after his account on a peer-to-peer comment. Dec. 7 for review of HIV results, according to
network website caught the attention of Man sentenced in hit-and-run prosecutors.
investigators, according to prosecutors. Man sentenced to three years Camperi could not be immediately reached
Investigators downloaded hundreds of ille- death of Half Moon Bay bicyclist prison after forcible rape plea for comment.
A Half Moon Bay man who pleaded no con-
gal files related to Wimer’s online account on
test to a felony hit-and-run charge in
four separate occasions in April and May of A Redwood City man who pleaded no con- Man arrested for
test to forcible rape in September for sexual-
2017, confirming he was the registered September for colliding with and killing a
ly assaulting a woman seeking a job at a jan- brandishing fake firearm
owner for the IP address connected to the bicyclist on Highway 1 in the spring of 2017
account and eventually obtaining a search was sentenced to one year in county jail and itorial company he worked for in 2016 was A man who was pointing a realistic look-
three years supervised proba- sentenced to three years in prison Thursday, ing pistol he had just purchased at Big 5
tion Thursday, according to according to the San Mateo County District Sporting Goods at multiple people in the area
the San Mateo County Attorney’s Office. of 31st Avenue and El Camino Real by the
District Attorney’s Office. Probation was denied for 50-year-old Hillsdale Shopping Center was arrested swift-
Angel Gongora-Mis, 31, Eudoro Magana, who was out of custody on a ly Thursday afternoon, according to San
will receive six days credit for $200,000 bail bond and was remanded into Mateo police.
time served and was remanded custody Thursday. He will receive 18 days At about 2 p.m., police responded to a
into custody to serve the credit for time served and will be required to report that a man, identified at Broderick
remainder of his sentence register as a sex offender for life, according to Rushing, 31, of East Palo Alto, was pointing
Thursday, according to prose- prosecutors. a gun at multiple people. As police con-
cutors. The felony plea deal Magana took in court verged, the suspect was pointed out as walk-
On April 29, 2017, sher- Sept. 4 came after more than two years of ing with the gun in his left hand toward the
iff’s deputies responded to a court proceedings since the May 5, 2016, main entrance of the shopping center. He was
reported collision involving incident in which he took a woman to an quickly arrested and officers determined he
a 44-year-old bicyclist on a empty building at around 10 p.m. on the was intoxicated, according to police.
stretch of Highway 1 in Half premise that they would see if the janitorial Officers inspected the gun and learned at
Moon Bay at around 7:30 company employing him would hire her, that time it was a black BB gun that strongly
a.m. Edward Wade, a Half according to prosecutors. resembled a semi-automatic handgun.
Moon Bay resident, was iden- Shortly after arriving at the building, the Officers are investigating the sale by Big 5
woman discovered they were alone and reject- Sporting Goods to an intoxicated male min-
Renters Insurance Rates tified as the bicyclist and pro-
ed several of Magana’s sexual advances. He is utes before he brandished it, according to
nounced dead at the scene,
said to have brought her into a storage clos- police.
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San Carlos scopes question of new firearms stores schools, playgrounds and businesses where
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF “This is obviously a tough national alcohol is served or sold could prevent gun
issue and one that is not often in front of a Planning stores from opening near specific business-
Whether to cap the number of gun stores es or uses. Chair Don Bradley agreed with
allowed in San Carlos, limit the operating
Commission. ... My personal belief in good government Iacoponi’s suggestions, and also added
hours and advertising for establishments is it just needs to be an exercise of transparency and integrity.” places or worship as among the locations
selling guns and ammunition in the city and around which buffers could be established.
— Commissioner John Dugan For Dugan, establishing areas where the
require firearm retailers to obtain specific
zoning or law enforcement permits were stores are not allowed to operate may not be
asked city staff what types of regulations discretionary law enforcement permit, said sufficient if community members are call-
among the rules the city’s Planning other Bay Area cities adopted and voiced Peter Pierce, who was hired by the city as
Commission considered as they took their ing for an end to new gun stores in the city,
support for ensuring residents’ feedback is special legal counsel from the law firm leading him to wonder whether a ban on new
first steps toward shaping regulations on considered throughout the process to scope Richards, Watson & Gershon.
firearm and ammunition sales. gun retailers might be more effective.
new rules on firearm retailers. Since the Implemented by Alameda County as well Though 30-year resident Joanne Surrail
In weighing a range of measures taken by council voted to extend the 45-day morato- as Oakland, San Francisco and Sunnyvale, urged commissioners to consider the major-
other Bay Area cities to limit sales, city rium it put in place last November, two pub- the discretionary law enforcement permit ity of those who spoke up against new gun
officials scoped ways to potentially bolster lic meetings were held in May and an online could include a wide range of requirements stores at previous meetings, the number of
the city’s existing ordinances, which cur- forum collecting nearly 2,000 responses and could apply to all gun stores in the city, those voicing opinions on the regulations
rently allow firearm and ammunition sales was conducted from May to July. whereas changes to the city’s zoning code was far fewer than the dozens of residents
in commercial and mixed-use zones where could only be applied to new businesses, who weighed in against the opening of a
retail is permitted. City options said Pierce and City Attorney Greg Rubens. Turner’s Outdoorsman store last fall, noted
Monday’s meeting was the first of two Commissioner John Dugan emphasized Currently, Imbert & Smithers at 1144 El Vice Chair Shannon Bergman.
study sessions the Planning Commission is the importance of rooting whatever regula- Camino Real and Equity Arms, a private Community Development Director Al
expected to hold to discuss potential regula- seller that works by appointment only at Savay said several residents spoke up on
tions take shape in what community mem-
tions on gun and ammunitions sales in the 1100 Industrial Road, are the only two gun both sides of the issue during the public
city following a heated debate last fall about bers are calling for, noting a ban on new and ammunition retailers in the city, accord-
stores could be enacted if residents are ask- meetings held in May, and may weigh in
whether Turner’s Outdoorsman sporting ing to a staff report. during the commission’s next study session
goods store should be allowed to open at ing for a cap on gun stores in the city and
and two City Council meetings in the
1123 Industrial Road. other safety measures could be taken if that Potential requirements spring of 2019. Though commissioners had
The Southern California-based retailer action is too drastic.
Because commissioners could explore a summary of the feedback offered in May,
had plans to open what would have been its “This is obviously a tough national issue dozens of potential requirements that could Commissioner David Roof was among sev-
22nd location in a San Carlos mall with an and one that is not often in front of a be included in a discretionary law enforce- eral commissioners who expressed a desire
REI and Road Runner Sports in November of Planning Commission,” he said, according ment permit, Dugan wondered if there may to watch video footage of the meetings.
2017. However, the company’s plans were to a video of the meeting. “My personal be a subset of requirements other cities have “How we calibrate the strength of our
put on hold when officials put in place a belief in good government is it just needs to tried or found to be a model. Pierce said the judgment calls, I think we’d want to be
temporary moratorium on businesses sell- be an exercise of transparency and integri- Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun based on community sentiment,” he said.
ing guns Nov. 13 in response to widespread ty.” Violence located in San Francisco had a “So I feel like I have a homework assign-
community concern about such establish- Commissioners considered a conditional model officials could review at their next ment to understand where the community
ments and recent mass shootings in places use permit for any new firearm establish- session. stands so I can advocate for not only my
like Las Vegas and Sutherland Springs, ment — which requires a public hearing Commissioner Jim Iacoponi wondered personal thoughts and beliefs on guns but
Texas, among others. with the Planning Commission and gives whether establishing buffers around also the broader community’s.”
The company has taken steps to sue the officials a chance to impose reasonable
city — alleging officials misled the compa- conditions on a given operation — as well
ny by giving it permission to proceed with as a discretionary law enforcement permit
opening and then enacting a moratorium on to be issued by the city’s chief of police.
new gun stores — but terminated its lease at Background checks, security measures and
the store at the beginning of April. limitations to the business’ operating hours
In discussing a range of possible meas- were among the requirements city officials
ures officials could take, commissioners could impose on new gun stores through the
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8 Friday • Nov 9, 2018 NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

Justice Ginsburg in hospital Around the nation
after fracturing thre ribs in fall the Fed’s 2 percent target.
WASHINGTON — Eighty-five-year-old Despite a U.S. trade war with key nations,
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg weaker corporate investment and a sluggish
fractured three ribs in a housing market, the Fed is showing confi-
fall in her office at the dence in the economy’s resilience. To help
court and is in the hospi- control inflation, it has projected three rate
tal, the court said increases in 2019 after an expected fourth
Thursday. hike of the year next month.
The court’s oldest jus- In deciding how fast or slowly to keep
tice fell Wednesday raising rates, the Fed will be monitoring the
evening, the court said. pace of growth, the job market’s strength
She called Supreme Court and gauges of inflation for clues to how the
Ruth Bader police to take her to economy may evolve in the coming
Ginsburg George Washington months. The brisk pace of economic growth
University Hospital in — a 3.5 percent annual rate in the July-
Washington early Thursday after experienc- September quarter, after a 4.2 percent rate in
ing discomfort overnight, court spokes- the previous quarter — has raised the risk
woman Kathy Arberg said. that inflation could begin accelerating.
She was admitted to the hospital for treat-
ment and observation after tests showed she Florida faces prospect of
fractured three ribs.
In her absence, the court went ahead
recounts in governor, Senate races
REUTERS
Thursday with a courtroom ceremony wel- TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida faced the
Donald Trump holds a news conference at the White House.
coming new Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who prospect of recounts in the razor-thin races
joined the court last month. President
Donald Trump and new acting Attorney
General Matthew Whitaker were on hand.
for governor and U.S. Senate, potentially
prolonging the battle over two of this year’s
most-closely watched campaigns.
Indictments? Final report? White
In the governor’s race, Democrat Andrew
Federal Reserve leaves
key policy rate unchanged
Gillum’s campaign said Thursday it’s pre-
pared for a possible recount. He conceded to
Republican Ron DeSantis on Tuesday night,
House braces for Robert Mueller president, hinted at pub-
WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve has By Eric Tucker,
though the margin of the race has since tight- Jonathan Lemire and Chad Day lic developments ahead
left its key policy rate unchanged but sig- ened. As of Thursday afternoon, DeSantis led
naled that it plans to keep responding to the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS as investigators move
Gillum by 0.47 percentage point. closer to addressing key
strong U.S. economy with more interest Meanwhile, Democratic incumbent Sen.
rate hikes. The next rate hike is expected in questions underpinning
Bill Nelson has already begun preparing for WASHINGTON — The White House is
December. the special counsel
a potential recount in a race still too close to bracing for the probe of Donald Trump’s
The Fed left its benchmark rate in a range inquiry: Did Trump ille-
call against Republican Gov. Rick Scott. presidential campaign to fire up again.
of 2 percent to 2.25 percent. A statement it gally obstruct the inves-
Nelson’s lawyer called that race a “jump Trump’s advisers are privately expressing
issued Thursday after its latest policy meet- tigation? And did his
ball” — though Scott’s campaign urged worries that the special counsel, who’s been
ing portrayed the economy as robust, with Nelson to concede. Scott held a 0.21 per- out of the news for the past month, has been Robert Mueller campaign have advance
healthy job growth, low unemployment, knowledge of illegally
centage lead over Nelson on Thursday after- stealthily compiling information and could
solid consumer spending and inflation near hacked Democratic emails?
noon. soon issue new indictments or a damning
Trump has told confidants he remains
final report.
deeply annoyed by the 18-month-old
Trump abruptly altered the chain of com-
Mueller probe, believing it is not just a
mand above Robert Mueller on Wednesday,
“witch hunt” but an expensive and lengthy
putting his work under the supervision of a
Republican loyalist who has been openly negative distraction. The latest indication
skeptical of the special counsel’s authority of the fury came Wednesday when he forced
and has mused about ways to curtail his out his attorney general, Jeff Sessions,
power. But Trump and his aides are con- whose recusal opened the door to Mueller’s
cerned about Mueller’s next move with the appointment.
work that is complete, according to a White To this point, Trump has heeded advice
House official and a Republican with close not to directly interfere, though a new chap-
ties to the administration. ter in the relationship with the probe may
They insisted on anonymity to comment have begun with the appointment of
on conversations they were not authorized Matthew Whitaker as new acting attorney
to describe. general.
Mueller lay low for the past month as vot- Even if Whitaker, Sessions’ former chief
ers were mulling their choices for this of staff, does not curtail the investigation,
week’s elections. Trump could direct him to take a more
But a flurry of activity during his quiet aggressive stance in declassifying docu-
period, including weeks of grand jury testi- ments that could further undermine or mud-
mony about Trump confidant Roger Stone dle the probe, the White House aide and
and negotiations over an interview with the Republican official said.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Friday • Nov 9, 2018 9
College education a path for upward mobility
By Dr. Hernan Bucheli in San Jose with
Newsom should
R
ecent research from the U.S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
shows that median weekly
NIO, a global start-
up firm that manu-
facturers electric
cars for the
Guest
perspective
focus on housing
O
income is directly related to education Chinese market. ne of the main reasons I like Gov. Jerry Brown so
level. Those who have only a high John is an much is part of the reason why I don’t. He’s a
school diploma are making an aver- autonomous opera- career. cheapskate. Or a nicer way to say it, he is fiscally
age of $712 per week. Compare that tions specialist, prudent. I like that very much.
Chris Kernes is another example of
to the income of college graduates, supporting the As governor, he took particular interest in the state’s wall
social mobility creating a larger of debt and made pains to put money aside for a rainy day.
who earn on average $1,173 weekly. team that installs lasers, radar and social impact. Kernes graduated from
cameras in the cars — sensors that That was and is so very much needed here in California.
The numbers jump even higher with a Peninsula university with a master’s
assist the self-driving functions that Brown has been largely fiscally conservative and has been
each degree. Students who complete a in clinical psychology in 2004, able to keep the state Legislature from launching new, and
doctoral degree earn an average of the company plans to add to its vehi- trained as a psychotherapist. She has
cles. He is not only doing well finan- costly, programs. This is also very much needed, especially
$1,743 per week, while students who now used her education to co-found a after the days of Davis and Schwarzenegger. This was also
go on to a professional degree earn an cially, he is helping to improve sus- tech company that created an app for out of necessity, as the state was reeling from the Great
average of $1,836. That salary is tainability by working on electric real-time, face-to-face therapy using a Recession as he took office in
more than two-and-a-half times what vehicles, a plus for both our environ- smartphone. The company, LARKR, January 2011. Drastic measures
someone makes on average with only ment and our society. connects clients with a curated net- had to be taken.
a high school diploma. The value of higher education in the work of providers. The availability of One of those drastic measures
The improved social mobility that United States has often been chal- therapy through this cellphone app was the dissolution of redevel-
college offers not only benefits indi- lenged since the Great Recession of helps fill significant gaps that exist opment agencies. However, dis-
viduals, it also helps Californians, 2008 jolted public confidence in our in mental health services in the solving them has been a disas-
and certainly our society at large. As economy and educational system. The United States. In particular, Kernes’ ter for affordable housing and
Jim Wolfson, president and CEO of example of John Dinh illustrates, app can reach teens who are comfort- right about when the state need-
CollegeNET states, “Higher educa- however, that the American Dream of able with the mobile phone interface. ed it most in the midst of one of
tion’s capacity to spread advanced upward mobility through education is It is also useful in bringing psy- the largest booms in quite some
knowledge and disperse the ability to alive and well. On average, education chotherapy to rural communities. In time. The stretch of 10 years
learn across all social classes is key continues to be the main determinant small towns there are fewer mental from the Great Recession to
to both providing social advancement of how much income a person makes health professionals, therapy is often now has seen jobs boom while
and optimizing our nation’s human in the United States. There may be an stigmatized, and anonymity is diffi- housing has not. It is easy to
capital development.” occasional wunderkind who becomes cult. Chris’s app helps overcome place the blame on land use
John Dinh is a good example of a wealthy entrepreneur without the those obstacles. Like Dinh, Kernes is policy and neighborhood oppo-
this. John is the child of parents who benefit of a college degree. That urban working hard toward a life where she sition, but that is only one fac-
legend has its appeal and its notable can do well personally while doing tor.
fled Vietnam by boat at the end of the
examples, but they are the exceptions good in the world, and the university Simply put, we did not absorb the impact of these jobs on
war there. His mother and father land- the housing market very well. And one of the tools local
ed in refugee camps in Malaysia, then that prove the rule. For almost all is the place where she built the foun-
highly desirable careers, higher edu- dation for that dream. cities used to provide housing, particularly affordable hous-
emigrated to the United States. John ing, was redevelopment agencies that kept tax income in a
cation is still essential. The path to
was born in Sacramento and raised in certain area to rejuvenate it. The primary benefit was the cre-
the American Dream leads through a
the San Francisco Bay Area. He was Dr. Hernan Bucheli serv es as prov ost ation of opportunities for new homes at various income lev-
college campus. For those who are
the first in his family to attend univer- and senior v ice president of Notre els. Dried-up federal housing programs and the overall fis-
seeking a better way of life, a college
sity. After graduating in 2013 from calization of land use policy necessitated by Proposition 13
degree is more than ever the passkey Dame de Namur Univ ersity in Belmont,
the local private college where I serve certainly didn’t help either.
that opens the door to a meaningful California.
as provost, John found employment So here we are. On the Peninsula, housing prices are
stratospheric and new supply is coming but not nearly

Letters to the editor enough. The recently passed $4 billion state housing bond
should help as has a county commitment of sales tax funds
specifically for housing. Proposition 10, which would have
the problem. Unfortunately, the eliminated the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, just
The Land and Water Climate change failed miserably likely because it would do nothing to pro-
longer we wait, the closer we come
Conservation Fund Editor, to the irreversible point of no
duce more housing. The sentiment behind it, however, is
While most of the civilized world strong and clear. Rents are too high, and something needs
Editor, return.  to be done about it.
America’s most successful conser- accepts human-caused climate change This scenario of denial is much
as a fact, there are plenty of deniers Now that Brown is on his way out, governor-elect Gavin
vation and recreation program expired akin to cigarette manufacturers, who Newsom must adjust to the reality of governing, rather than
Sept. 30. still lurking about in our own coun- spent years and billions lying and campaigning. While he has already scaled back some of his
The Land and Water Conservation try.   fomenting doubt about the cancerous more grandiose early campaign promises, a major housing
Fund was first passed in 1965 and has After many decades of scientific, effects of smoking. They too helped package is in order out of Sacramento with increased funding
always enjoyed bipartisan support. It objective evidence, with predictions delay action, even long after the for below-market rate units through tax credits for affordable
has funded local projects like the of weather disruptions coming true, housing developers. This is needed. This will help.
facts were clear. Climate deniers are
expansion of Coyote Point Park and (more numerous and intensified hur- Top on the new governor’s agenda needs to be bringing
politically, not evidence, driven.
Laurelwood Park. In total, LWCF has ricanes, tornadoes, floods, droughts, back redevelopment agencies in some form. Assemblyman
Since the left has adopted this sci-
funded more than 1,600 projects yearly record breaking temperatures, Kevin Mullin, D-South San Francisco has already taken an
across California, including baseball ence, the knee-jerk reaction of the interest and actually had legislation signed to create “afford-
rising sea levels, etc.), those voices
fields, hiking trails, wildlife refuges right has been to oppose it. It is but able housing authorities” that could use tax increment
have been somewhat stilled, but
and more. one example of how political ani- financing to pay or bond for housing needs. More can and
only somewhat. While only a mar-
Congress needs to get with the pro- mosity leads to irrational posturing. should be done.
ginal element, these few uninformed
gram and renew the Land and Water nonscientists, along with red state Yes, it would be great to find out Much has been talked about rolling back regulations, and
Conservation Fund, which has done politicians beholden to the fossil that 99 percent of climate scientists that may arise in tandem with legislation that would reduce
so much here in San Mateo County, as were wrong, but that is not to be. local control. However, an attempt last legislative session
fuel industry, have accomplished
well as throughout the country. caused significant consternation. A more nuanced approach
what they set out to do — undermin- with sweeteners and adherence to the concerns of local juris-
ing climate science by planting the dictions would probably be more successful. One must keep
Diana Cuevas Kent Lauder
seed of doubt into the populace and in mind that the state has had a sordid history with reducing
Sacramento causing delays in attempts to solve Burlingame
local control on many levels and the stings of past decades
are still felt by many who have paid attention.
Newsom has talked about creating 3.5 million housing
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The post-election stock surge fades
By Marley Jay
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
39.87 points, or 0.5 percent, to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 7,530.88 after a 2.6 percent surge
High: 26,277.82 a day earlier. The Russell 200
NEW YORK — Stocks in the Low: 26,081.90 index of smaller-company stocks
U.S. slipped Thursday as the ninth Close: 26,191.22 fell 3.95 points, or 0.2 percent, to
consecutive drop in crude oil Change: +10.92 1,578.21.
prices hurt energy companies. Benchmark U.S. crude oil fell
U. S. markets were coming off OTHER INDEXES 1.6 percent to $60.67 a barrel in
huge gains the day before. S&P 500: 2806.83 -7.06 New York. On Oct. 3 it closed at
U.S. crude oil has now slumped NYSE Index: 12,622.04 -57.06 $76. 41, the highest level in
more than 20 percent since early Nasdaq: 7530.89 -39.87 almost four years.
October, meeting Wall Street’s NYSE MKT: 2584.34 +11.63 Brent crude lost 2 percent to
definition of a “bear market.” Russell 2000: 1578.21 -3.95 $70.65 a barrel in London. Brent
Government fuel stockpiles crude is the standard for interna-
Wilshire 5000: 28,962.56 -89.14
have steadily expanded, pushing tional oil prices and it has also
supplies higher, and the U. S. 10-Yr Bond: 3.23 0.02 fallen sharply over the last five
issued waivers to a number of Oil (per barrel): 60.65 -1.02 weeks.
countries that buy oil from Iran. Gold : 1,224.00 -4.70 Exxon Mobil fell 1.6 percent to
That allows those countries to $81.71 and ConocoPhillips gave
keep importing Iranian oil in After its steep plunge in investment strategist at LPL sures that have historically scared up 4.5 percent to $119.36.
spite of renewed sanctions on that October, the S&P had risen for six Research, said he doesn’t think the Fed.” Bond prices edged lower. The
country. of the seven days ending on that’s going to happen and that The S&P 500 index shed 7.06 yield on the 10-year Treasury note
Most other groups of stocks fin- Wednesday. Stocks started sink- the Fed will stop raising rates in points, or 0. 3 percent, to rose to 3. 24 percent, near its
ished little changed. Banks made ing last month because investors 2019. 2,806.83 after it jumped 2.1 per- highest level this year, from 3.23
the largest gains. The Federal worried that the Fed was going to “We do not believe they will be cent Wednesday. The Dow Jones percent. The Federal Reserve left
Reserve left interest rates where raise interest rates to the point as aggressive as many fear,” he Industrial Average inched up interest rates where they are, but
they are, but suggested it plans to they slowed down economic said. “We still don’t have any- 10.92 points to 26,191.22. suggested it plans to keep raising
keep raising rates in response to growth. But John Lynch, chief thing approaching the wage pres- The Nasdaq composite dipped them in response to the strong
the strong U.S. economy. U.S. economy.

Codexis reported a loss of $2M in 3Q quarter. On a per-share basis, the San The results did not meet Wall Street expec-
Carlos-based company said it had a loss of Business briefs tations. The average estimate of three ana-
REDWOOD CITY — Codexis Inc. on 49 cents. lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment
Thursday reported a loss of $2 million in its Francisco-based company said it had a loss
The results did not meet Wall Street expec- of $1.02. Losses, adjusted for restructuring Research was for a loss of 79 cents per
third quarter. tations. The average estimate of four ana- share.
On a per-share basis, the Redwood City- costs, were 88 cents per share.
lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment The results beat Wall Street expectations. Coherus BioSciences shares have climbed
based company said it had a loss of 4 cents. Research was for a loss of 46 cents per 36 percent since the beginning of the year.
Earnings, adjusted for stock option expense The average estimate of seven analysts sur-
share. veyed by Zacks Investment Research was In the final minutes of trading on Thursday,
and non-recurring costs, were less than 1 The genetic testing company posted rev- shares hit $11.93, a climb of 8 percent in
cent on a per-share basis. for a loss of 96 cents per share.
enue of $65.3 million in the period, which The biopharmaceutical company posted the last 12 months.
The producer of custom industrial also did not meet Street forecasts. Four ana- revenue of $2 million in the period, which Aimmune Therapeutics
enzymes posted revenue of $16.9 million lysts surveyed by Zacks expected $66.9 did not meet Street forecasts. Six analysts
in the period, topping Street forecasts. million. reported a loss of $51.7M in 3Q
surveyed by Zacks expected $3.8 million.
Three analysts surveyed by Zacks expected Natera expects full-year revenue in the The company’s shares closed at $3.08. A BRISBANE — Aimmune Therapeutics Inc.
$14.6 million. range of $250 million to $260 million. year ago, they were trading at $13.61. on Thursday reported a loss of $51.7 mil-
Codexis expects full-year revenue in the Natera shares have more than doubled
range of $60 million to $62 million. since the beginning of the year. In the final lion in its third quarter.
minutes of trading on Thursday, shares hit
CareDx reported a loss of $20M in 3Q The Brisbane-based company said it had a
Codexis shares have more than doubled
since the beginning of the year. In the final $20.63, a rise of 94 percent in the last 12 BRISBANE — CareDx Inc. on Thursday loss of 89 cents per share.
minutes of trading on Thursday, shares hit months. reported a loss of $20 million in its third The results fell short of Wall Street expec-
$16.72, more than doubling in the last 12 quarter. tations. The average estimate of six ana-
months. Achaogen reported The Brisbane-based company said it had a lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment
loss of 54 cents per share. Losses, adjusted Research was for a loss of 86 cents per
a loss of $41.8M in 3Q for non-recurring costs and stock option share.
Natera reported SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO — Achaogen Aimmune Therapeutics shares have
expense, were 1 cent per share.
a loss of $29.6M in 3Q Inc. on Thursday reported a loss of $41.8 The molecular diagnostics company post- decreased 25 percent since the beginning of
SAN CARLOS — Natera Inc. on Thursday million in its third quarter. ed revenue of $21.2 million in the period, the year. In the final minutes of trading on
reported a loss of $29.6 million in its third On a per-share basis, the South San beating Street forecasts. Three analysts sur- Thursday, shares hit $28.25, a decline of
veyed by Zacks expected $18.5 million. nearly 9 percent in the last 12 months.
CareDx expects full-year earnings in the
range of $74 to $75 per share. GSV Capital reported
CareDx shares have more than tripled 3Q earnings of $329,000
since the beginning of the year. In the final
minutes of trading on Thursday, shares hit WOODSIDE — GSV Capital Corp. on
$27.74, climbing fivefold in the last 12 Wednesday reported third-quarter earnings
of $329,000.
months.
The Woodside-based company said it had
Coherus BioSciences net income of 2 cents per share. Losses,
adjusted for investment gains, came to 19
reported a loss of $58.8M in 3Q cents per share.
REDWOOD CITY — Coherus BioSciences The investment fund posted revenue of
Inc. on Thursday reported a loss of $58.8 $246,400 in the period. Its adjusted revenue
million in its third quarter. was $246,000.
On a per-share basis, the Redwood City- GSV Capital shares have climbed 28 per-
based company said it had a loss of 87 cent since the beginning of the year. The
cents. stock has risen 19 percent in the last 12
months.
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McCovey remembered
By Janie McCauley after suffering from ongoing A first baseman and left fielder
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS health issues. who won NL Rookie of the Year in
Hall of Famers, former team- 1959 and MVP 10 years later,
mates and winners of the Willie McCovey was a .270 career hitter
SAN FRANCISCO — Aside from
Mac Award named for him attended with 521 home runs and 1,555
that fearsome left-handed swing
on a picture-perfect day. RBIs in 22 major league seasons,
everybody knew, Willie McCovey
McCovey’s 44 was written into the 19 of them with the Giants. He
provided an example of humility in
infield dirt next to his position at also played for the Athletics and
how he lived for many of his San
first base. Padres.
Francisco Giants teammates year
after year. “What he did on the field, every-
The San Francisco Fire body knows what he did,” Hall of
“McCovey was our leader,” Department paid tribute with a Famer Orlando Cepeda said. “But as
Gaylord Perry said as his fellow spraying show from a boat in his a human being, Willie McCovey
Hall of Famer was remembered in a namesake McCovey Cove in the was very special.”
celebration of his life Thursday at bay beyond the right-field arcade. McCovey wore No. 44 to honor Fans got a chance to remember Willie McCovey during a celebration of life
AT&T Park. Bouquets of flowers were left on
McCovey died Oct. 31 at age 80 McCovey’s statue across the water. See MCCOVEY, Page 16 at AT&T Park. McCovey passed away last week at the age of 80.

M-A to get
More Aragon magic
Lady Dons survive
first big test
5-set battle, move in a month
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT
on to Nor Cal semis It became obvious early on that the Menlo-
By Terry Bernal Atherton football team was head and shoulders
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF better than everyone else in the Peninsula
Athletic League’s Bay Division.
The Aragon community is crazy about this The Bears proceeded to prove that out as they
team. As well it should be. dominated the opposition during league play,
The Lady Dons (29-6) just keep on navi- outscoring five Bay Division teams by a com-
gating unchartered waters through the CIF bined score of 218-18. They’ve won five
State Volleyball Championships Division straight since losing their
II bracket, relying on five-set magic to get last non-league game and
the job done. have not been tested in
Thursday’s second-round victory 14-25, over a month.
25-22, 25-14, 17-25, 15-12 was No. 3-seed Will the lack of any
Aragon’s toughest test yet. The home-court recent adversity have an
advantage against No. 6 Carondelet- adverse effect on second-
Concord (25-11), early on, seemed to be the seeded M-A (8-2), as they
Dons’ only advantage against a Cougars host No. 7 Milpitas (6-4)
squad that played spectacular defense all in the first round of the
Jack Alexander Central Coast Section
night long.
“That’s something we take a lot of pride Open Division I playoffs 5 p.m. Friday
in, is our defense,” Carondelet head coach evening? Despite the gaudy record, there have
Jerry Mix said. “We’re not allowed to let a been plenty of issues behind the scenes for the
ball hit the floor.” Bears — most notably at the quarterback spot,
Sure, Aragon turned things around after which has been a revolving door as four players
dropping the opening set. Still, Carondelet have spent time under center in 2018.
didn’t once throughout the match give up a Jack Alexander, who was the nominal starter
gimme shot. The Dons managed just a .216 coming into the season, missed the first six
hitting percentage throughout, but made up games of the year and appeared in just two
for it with senior setter Della Trimble diver- games. In those two games — a 42-3 win over
sifying the attack with four Dons scoring Menlo School Oct. 12 and a 30-0 victory over
double-digit kills. Sacred Heart Prep — Alexander threw for 454
“I just kept in mind you just have to keep yards. Three other quarterbacks, in eight games,
swinging,” said Amanda Patea, Aragon’s combined for 517 yards.
outside hitter who scored a match-high 16 That quartet —  Alexander, Justin Anderson,
kills. Jaeden Barker and Feleti Malupo — have been
And the Aragon defense progressed efficient throwing the ball, however. They have
throughout, picking up its play as the completed 54 percent of their passes and have
match wore on, and picking up plenty of thrown 14 touchdowns against just five inter-
digs in the process. Junior libero Ally Thaw TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL ceptions.
was a wonder with 29 digs, but she wasn’t Aragon’s Lolo Folau, left, Ally Thaw, middle and Sabine Milton celebrate near the end of the Not knowing who the starting quarterback is
fifth set of Thursday’s 14-25, 25-22, 25-14, 17-25, 15-12 win over Carondelet-Concord in the
See ARAGON, Page 15 second round of the CIF Division II State Volleyball Championships in San Mateo. See CCS, Page 14

Mullens knows how to make a good first impression
By Josh Dubow against the New York down performance in a 34-3 win over the joining the Niners. He impressed people by
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Giants will be building on Raiders last Thursday night. dressing up for the interview and even
the big performance he had “He doesn’t have to cram everything in in though he went undrafted out of Southern
last week against the a day and a half,” coach Kyle Shanahan said Mississippi, he showed enough to stick
SANTA CLARA — Nick Mullens knows how
Oakland Raiders to earn Thursday. “He’s got the whole week to kind around last year on the practice squad.
to make a good first impression.
that second chance. of let it saturate, learn the play calls, spit Mullens kept working hard, knowing the
Whether it was wearing a suit to his pre- Instead of getting offense as well as anyone and improving at
draft interview with the San Francisco 49ers them out easier, gets to throw some full-
rushed into action on a speed balls to all our players where last working under center after spending so
or setting records in his NFL debut, Mullens short week with no real much time in college in the shotgun that he
has proven that he can get off on the right week there wasn’t one full-speed rep. I think
practice, Mullens gets had to watch YouTube videos to teach him-
foot in a new situation. Nick Mullens the benefit of a full week it helps prepare him more and makes him
more comfortable going into the game.” self how to drop back properly.
Now the key for Mullens heading into his sec- of work with his team-
ond start for the 49ers (2-7) on Monday night mates as he tries to match the three-touch- Mullens has felt comfortable ever since See 49ERS, Page 16
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Stars 4, Sharks 3

Shore’s late goal sinks Sharks
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS petes in the crease is the way our team needs to
compete for 60 minutes.”
DALLAS — Devin Shore believes in line- Dallas moved among the top three in the
mate Tyler Seguin — and in the hockey con- Central Division standings. San Jose fell
cept of puck luck. two points behind Pacific Division leader
Shore scored his second goal of the game to Vancouver.
break a tie, Anton Khudobin tied a season high Seguin, the Stars’ leading scorer, had his
with 33 saves and the Dallas Stars beat the first goal in 13 games and an assist. Gemel
Sharks 4-3 Thursday night. Smith also scored for Dallas.
Dillon Heatherington’s shot from the left Evander Kane, Timo Meier and Joe Pavelski
point went off a defender’s leg to Shore in the scored for San Jose. Brent Burns had two
left circle, and he beat Sharks goalie Martin assists, and Jones made 18 saves.
Jones with 5:47 to play. San Jose tied it at 3 with 12:14 left. Burns’
“That was just a lucky break,” Shore said. pass went to Kane at the edge of the right face-
“They blocked the shot and it landed right on off circle. Kane half-whiffed on the shot, but it
my stick. Hockey’s a pretty chaotic game. The went behind defenseman Julius Honka and slid
bounce went our way for that one.” past a screened Khudobin.
Khudobin stopped a breakaway by Joe The Sharks tied it 1-all in the first period on JEROME MIRON/USA TODAY SPORTS
Thornton with just more than a minute left. Meier’s 12th goal of the season. Stars center Tyler Seguin celebrates after a goal against Sharks goaltender Martin Jones.
“I dialed him five-hole,” Thornton said, “and Shore opened the scoring at 8:57 when a line with a player like that, you try to play easy tip-in for Smith.
it didn’t lock. I’d like to have it back, but you Seguin passed to him in the left faceoff cir- the same game and do what makes you a good “That was a strange game,” San Jose coach
can’t. I should have made a better play.” cle, and he lifted a wrist shot into the upper player to complement him,” Shore said. Peter De Boer said. “I liked our first period.
Stars coach Jim Montgomery said left corner. Seguin and Smith scored 45 seconds apart in Then I looked up, and we’re down 3-1. We made
Khudobin’s play was an example to the team. Shore said it has helped him to play on a line the second period. Seguin intercepted a pass in some soft plays with the puck or poor deci-
“His will to never stop, his second and third with Seguin. the slot and fired a wrist shot past Jones at sions, and they’re a team that can stick them in
effort I think gives confidence to the players “It’s incredible. He’s a world-class talent and 6:57. On the next possession, passes by Miro the back of the net. I liked our push, but if you
to give that same third effort. The way he com- a big part of our team. When you get thrown on Heiskanen and Jason Dickinson created an score three you should be getting points.”

Curry injured, Bucks snap Warriors’ win streak
By Janie McCauley straight game below 20 after getting at least Jordan Bell had four points and five
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Bucks 134, Dubs 111 23 in every game previously — including rebounds for the Warriors while moving into
five 30-point performances and a 51-point the starting lineup in place of Green, side-
OAKLAND — Stephen Curry has counted outing in three quarters. He dished out six lined after spraining his right foot and toe in
on staying healthy after injuries limited him assists in 26 minutes. the first half of Monday’s win over the
to 51 games last season. Everything was Warriors coach Steve Kerr said his players Grizzlies.
going according to plan for the Golden State took the floor with “mindless intent” and Golden State (10-2) is still tied for the sec-
star — until Thursday night. then hurt themselves with foul trouble. ond-best start in franchise history behind
The two-time MVP left with a leg injury “Sometimes you’ve got to get hit in the the 2015-16 team that began 24-0. The
and the Warriors were unable to recover in a mouth in this league to remind you how hard Warriors dropped to 6-1 at home.
134-111 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks that it is to win a game,” he said. “They just played hungrier than us,”
snapped their eight-game winning streak. Malcolm Brogdon scored 20 points and Thompson said. “It was just an ugly night at
“He seems good to me. I’ve got to talk to Khris Middleton had 17 points and six the office.”
him tomorrow and see how he’s doing,” assists as Milwaukee (9-2) won for the sec-
teammate Kevin Durant said. “Hopefully ond straight time at Oracle Arena after a 116- Tip-ins
he’s doing well.” 107 victory on March 29. Golden State shot 4 for 15 from deep in the
Eric Bledsoe scored seven straight points The Bucks outscored the Warriors 41-28 in first half and Thompson was the lone player
during Milwaukee’s big third quarter and fin- KYLE TERADA/USA TODAY SPORTS the third and shot 65 percent inside the arc to score in double figures. ... Bell made his
ished with 26. Giannis Antetokounmpo Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo (43 of 66) overall. 14th career start and first of the season. ... G
added 24 points, nine rebounds and four shoots against Damian Jones during the third Antetokounmpo had 19 points, seven Shaun Livingston missed his sixth straight
assists as the Bucks handed the Warriors quarter Thursday night at Oracle Arena. rebounds, three assists, a steal and a block game and eighth in the last 10 with a sore
their first defeat at home this season. ing to contest Bledsoe’s shot in transition at by halftime as the Bucks led 64-51 at the right foot. ... Andre Iguodala returned after
The two-time defending NBA champions the 6:50 mark of the third. He was receiving break. sitting out Monday against Memphis as a
were already missing All-Star Draymond treatment postgame and is expected to have Bledsoe hit back-to-back layups to put the rest day, checking into the game for the first
Green and then lost Curry midway through an MRI on Friday. Bucks ahead 84-64 midway through the third time late in the opening quarter. ... Baron
the third. Curry strained the adductor muscle Klay Thompson led the Warriors with 24 then answered Curry’s jumper with a 3- Davis of the 2007 “We Believe” Warriors
in his left leg and went to the locker room points and Durant had 17 points, nine pointer the next time down. Donte received a roaring ovation when introduced
shortly thereafter. He did not return. assists and seven rebounds. DiVincenzo’s basket at the 4:06 mark made and shown on the big screen 4:39 before
Curry grabbed at his inner thigh after try- Curry scored 10 points in his second it 93-69 and Kerr called a timeout. halftime.

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NASCAR’s culture of cheating unmasked during playoffs
By Jenna Fryer unrealistic.”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “It’s unfortunate that now we’ll be pulling spoilers off The last big scandal in NASCAR was in
and having to do another inspection when the teams 2013, when Michael Waltrip Racing manip-
AVONDALE, Ariz. — The credo in ulated the finish of a race at Richmond to try
NASCAR has always been “If you ain’t should really be bringing legal cars to the race track.” to get Martin Truex Jr. into the playoffs. It
cheatin’, you ain’t tryin’,” and that has — Scott Miller, NASCAR senior VP of competition led to a larger NASCAR investigation that
never changed despite series effort to keep uncovered at least one other case of race
things on the up-and-up. — keeping secret ideas on how to game the where he is a nine-time winner. One of his manipulation.
Now that culture has resurfaced again and system — but reversed course on the victories came in the spring, part of a three- The latest scandal may be the tipping
at a most inopportune time for the belea- Harvick penalty because of mounting criti- race winning streak marred by an illegal car point for a revamped penalty system next
guered series. cism about the severity of his punishment. at Las Vegas one week earlier. season. Miller said the sanctioning body
There is one race to go to set the champi- Not only did Harvick lose his spot in the The latest infraction raises questions will look during the offseason at tougher
onship field, Sunday in Phoenix, and star final four at Homestead-Miami Speedway, about whether SHR has “ventured into an penalties if a team that can’t even pass the
driver Kevin Harvick has been snared in the but he must race the final two weeks of the area not accommodated” by NASCAR’s rule- first round of inspection.
latest scandal. NASCAR found Harvick had season without his crew chief and car chief. book with its other drivers. Its entire four- “We realize that we kind of probably need
an illegal race-winning car — his second of Scott Miller, NASCAR’s senior vice pres- car lineup — Harvick, Kurt Busch, Clint to ramp up the severity of what goes on at
the season — after his victory at Texas ident of competition, said he felt SHR took Bowyer and Aric Almirola — is still eligible the race track, and we’re hoping that we can
Motor Speedway earned him an automatic the notion of pushing boundaries and for the title race. change the culture to where we don’t have to
berth in the Nov. 18 title race in Florida. exploring technology “into borderline It wasn’t just SHR last weekend, either. play this cat-and-mouse game with the
The issue was with a spoiler that had been ridiculous territory.” NASCAR took three cars back to its R&D teams all the time,” Miller said.
modified to give Harvick an aerodynamic With the stakes so high this weekend at Center after Texas and all three failed tear- What happens if a car fails inspection
advantage as he dominated and won for a Phoenix, where seven drivers will by vying down inspections. Ryan Blaney’s team was after winning the title? It wasn’t until
Cup Series-high eighth time this season. for three open spots in the championship punished and so was the team for Erik Wednesday morning, long after Sunday’s
Just how much of an advantage Harvick had race, NASCAR will check spoilers at the Jones. race, that NASCAR revealed Harvick’s car
is irrelevant: The levels of deceit NASCAR track. If the only three cars inspected failed, had failed inspection.
believes Stewart-Haas Racing went to were “It’s unfortunate that now we’ll be pulling what about the other 37 cars in Sunday’s Miller vowed intense scrutiny on the four
so devious the intent can’t be questioned. spoilers off and having to do another field? championship-contending cars at
Once NASCAR had the car back from inspection when the teams should really be “We certainly can’t bring the 40-car field Homestead, and said the post-race procedure
Texas and in its Research and Development bringing legal cars to the race track,” Miller back to R&D,” Miller said, elaborating on is similar to the Daytona 500, where
Center, the spoiler was removed and deter- said. how issues get missed at the track. “We’re engines are examined at the track after the
mined not to be the part supplied by the SHR has not challenged NASCAR’s cheat- under time constraints at the race track to do race.
vendor. Instead, NASCAR believes SHR ing allegation. The team said it would not these inspections. We have small windows “Knowing that so much is on the line, we
made its own spoiler, passed it off as one appeal the penalty and vice president of and tight windows to get the inspections can concentrate on those cars a little bit
from the mandatory vendor and used it to competition Greg Zipadelli said in a state- done, and we might spend in the neighbor- more than we can the 40-car field during the
help Harvick win. ment “NASCAR determined we ventured hood of five minutes with each of the 40 regular season,” Miller said. “So we’ll just
The details were unveiled late Wednesday, into an area not accommodated by its rule cars for the three-hour window that we have ramp up the intensity of keeping people
10 hours after Harvick’s spot in the finale book.” The team has not made any members for inspection. To think that we can scruti- with eyes on those cars throughout the
was revoked. NASCAR has for several years available for comment, and Harvick is not nize a car as good in five minutes and we can weekend and scrutinize those cars heavily,
refused to give specifics about infractions scheduled to speak to the media at Phoenix, in three hours at the R&D Center is a bit both before and after the race.”

U.S. women’s soccer beats Portugal for 500th win
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS wins, three ties) dating to a The United States is currently the top-ranked Midfielder Danielle Colaprico, who plays for
1-0 loss to Australia in the team in the world, while Portugal is ranked No. the NWSL’s Chicago Red Stars, made her first
Jessica McDonald, making just her second Tournament of Nations. 33 and did not qualify for France. appearance for the national team as a sub in the
appearance for the national team, scored in the The streak comes as the McDonald, 30, who plays for the North second half. University of North Carolina
43rd minute and the U.S. women’s national U.S. team prepares for the Carolina Courage of the National Women’s sophomore defender Emily Fox started in her
team reached its 500th victory with a 1-0 win World Cup next year in Soccer League, started for the United States. Her first appearance with the team.
over Portugal in Lisbon. France. The defending rebound goal was her first for the national The U.S. team was without Christen Press
The U.S. national team is now 500-65-74 World Cup champions team. and Tobin Heath because of personal commit-
overall since its inception in 1985. qualified for the tourna- McDonald had a pair of goals for the Courage ments.
With the victory, the Americans remain unde- Jessica ment last month at the in a 3-0 victory over the Portland Thorns for The United States plays Scotland on Tuesday
feated this year at 17 wins and two ties. The CONCACAF women’s the NWSL championship this season and she to wrap up a two-match European trip before
McDonald
team has an unbeaten streak of 27 games (24 championship. was named that game’s Most Valuable Player. taking the rest of the year off.
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Division. … The Scots have won eight in a row.

CCS
Continued from page 11
… Carlmont rushes for 255 yards per game, led
by RB Julian Morin, who has rushed for 1,260
yards this season. … A good game from
Jonaven Kuhn could give Carlmont two 1,000-
yard rushers. Kuhn enters the game having
from week to week can do nothing but focus up gained 915 yards on the ground this season. …
the rest of the team, knowing that they need to Willow Glen has its own 1,000-yard runner in
step up to make up for any perceived deficien- Tyler Hawkins, who has gained 1,199 yards this
cies at quarterback. season. …  The Rams score an average of 26
The good news for M-A is it has leaned heav- points per game, while allowing just under 18.
ily on the ground game this season, averaging
182 yards rushing per game, compared to just
97 passing. Division V
Just as important as the Bears’ offense has No. 6 Del Mar (6-4) at
been to their success season, the defense has
played just as big a role, as they have allowed King’s Academy (8-2), 7 p.m.
less than 10 points a game this season.
Del Mar was dominated by Silver Creek last
All facets will need to be on point as the Bears
week, 35-16. … King’s Academy crushed
take on a Milpitas team that is the defending 4-
Jefferson, 55-19. … Del Mar finished fourth in
A state champion. The Trojans took a bit of a
the BVAL’s Santa Teresa Division. … King’s
dip this season, finishing in third place in the
Academy was second in the PAL’s Ocean
Santa Clara Valley Athletic League’s De Anza
Division. … Del Mar averages 251 yards rush-
Division.
ing per game. … Michael W. Graham III leads
Milpitas has won four of its last five and, DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS FILE
the ground attack for the Dons, having rushed
much like M-A, leans on the run, averaging 180 Justin Anderson, above right, is one of four for 1,004 yards this season. … The Dons aver-
yards rushing per game. But the Trojans only quarterbacks to have taken snaps for M-A this age 21 points per game offensively and are
average 250 yards of offense, overall. season. allowing 17 on defense. … King’s Academy had
Here are the rest of this weekend’s first-round, King’s Academy’s Bralyn Lux, right, has the second-most potent offense in the entire
CCS matchups: accounted for more than 2,200 yards this PAL. The Knights’ 39 points per game average
season for the Knights. He is the team’s leading was second to Terra Nova’s 40 points per game.
FRIDAY rusher, receiver and return man. He also … Bralyn Lux finished the regular season with
completed this pass, his only of the season, for 2,244 all-purpose yards this season. He led the
a 66-yard touchdown in a 31-20 loss to
Open Division II Burlingame.
team in both rushing and receiving and added
another 500-plus return yards.
No. 5 Serra (6-4) at Leland (6-4), 7 p.m.
Serra was stomped by St. Francis last week, Open Division III
42-7. … Leland charged to a 35-0 win over SATURDAY
Westmont. … Serra finished third in the WCAL. No. 5 Aptos (8-2) at
… Leland was third in the BVAL Mt. Hamilton No. 4 Terra Nova (8-2), 7 p.m.
Division. … The Padres are averaging 34.5 Aptos was dropped by Salinas last week, 28- Open Division III
points scored per game, while allowing less 24. … Terra Nova took the “Skull Game”
against Half Moon Bay, 28-15. … Aptos fin- No. 7 St. Ignatius (3-7) at
than 21. … Leland is scoring 28 points and
allowing the same amount this season. … The ished third in the Pacific Coast Gabilan No. 2 Sacred Heart Prep (9-1), 7 p.m.
Chargers are averaging 135 yards through the Division. … Terra Nova was third in the Bay
air and 180 on the ground. QB Carson Yates is a Division. … Aptos has been a juggernaut both St. Ignatius smashed Bellarmine last week,
Ocean Division champion. … The Spartans are 34-0. … SHP slammed Menlo School 53-15. …
dual threat — he has thrown for 1,308 yards and offensively and defensively this season. The
a ground-and-pound squad, averaging 231 yards St. Ignatius finished sixth in the WCAL stand-
also leads Leland in rushing with 931 yards. Mariners are averaging 44 points scored per
rushing per game, while throwing for less than ings. … SHP was second in the PAL’s Bay
game while allowing just two touchdowns. …
90. … Jacob Cortinas is averaging 8.7 yards Division. … The Wildcats are averaging 22
Aptos lost two straight to end the season. …
No. 8 Aragon (2-8) at per carry and went over the 1,000-yard mark for points scored per game and allowing 22.8. …
Terra Nova is known mostly for its passing
No. 1 St. Francis (9-1), 7 p.m. the season last week with a 134-yard perform- S.I. finished the regular season with two
game, but the Tigers’ ground attack has been
Aragon was ambushed by Hillsdale last week, ance. … Burlingame is riding a seven-game straight wins. … SHP was second in the Bay
equally effective. Although they average 206
14-13. … St. Francis stuffed Serra, 42-7. … winning streak. … The Panthers’ defense has Division in points scored with 33.7, trailing
yards passing, they are averaging 170 on the
Aragon finished fourth in the Bay Division given up 20 points or less in all five of their only Terra Nova’s 40 ppg. … The Gators have
ground.
standings. … St. Francis captured the WCAL Ocean Division games. won two straight since their only loss of the
title. … The Dons have scored more than 20 Division IV No. 5 Carlmont (8-2) at
season to PAL champ M-A. … SHP is averaging
points only three times this season, while the No. 7 Mountain View (6-4) at 222 yards rushing per game this season. …
defense has given up 20 or more eight times. … No. 4 Willow Glen (7-3), 7 p.m. SHP’s leading rusher Tevita Moimoi should be
No. 2 Burlingame (8-2), 7 p.m. Carlmont captured the Terremere Trophy with
As good as the St. Francis offense has been this fairly fresh for the start of the playoffs. The
Mountain View buried Monta Vista last week, a 14-7 win over Sequoia last week. … Willow
season, averaging 26 points per game, the most carries he had in a game this season came
61-13. … Burlingame beat down San Mateo, Glen whipped Leigh, 42-23. … Carlmont cap-
Lancers’ defense has been downright scary, in Week 4 when he had 13. He averaged only 8.3
38-7. … Mountain View won the SCVAL’s El tured the PAL’s Lake Division title. … Willow
allowing little more than a touchdown per carries per game, gaining an average of 8.6
Camino Division title. … Burlingame is the Glen finished third in the BVAL’s Santa Teresa
game. yards a pop.
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No MLB rule changes until at least spring training
By Ronald Blum convenes in late November and major way that’s compelling for our audience, notice. Commissioner Rob Manfred had
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS league executives go to Las Vegas for the including the younger audience,” Halem the right to mandate pitch clocks for 2018
winter meetings in mid-December. said. “We’re constantly looking at the way but backed off when the union refused to
CARLSBAD — Major League Baseball Topics being discussed include the the game is changing organically and try- agree, and he retains the ability to order
and its players’ union likely will not decide increased use of defensive shifts, the ing to balance the competitive issues with clocks for 2019.
until the eve of spring training whether to decrease in innings thrown by starting our clubs and our GMs doing everything MLB did initiate limits on mound trips
change rules in an effort to increase action pitchers and technology that aids sign possible to win versus what those deci- without pitching changes in 2018, and the
on the field next year. stealing. A possible 20-second pitch clock sions result in in terms of the product on average time of a nine-inning game
Deputy Commissioner Dan Halem said and alterations to rules for waivers, trade the field. And it’s not an easy balance, but dropped to 3 hours, 44 seconds during the
Thursday as the annual general managers’ deadlines and disabled lists also are being we work very hard at it.” regular season from 3:05:11 in 2017 —
meetings ended that there was no consen- talked about by a tradition-bound sport Agreement with the union is necessary although it rose to 3:34:50 this postsea-
sus for change yet. More discussions will resistant to change. for playing rules changes, but management son from 3:29:28 in 2017.
take place when owners gather next week “We’re an entertainment product. has the right to unilaterally implement a “It’s going in the right direction,” Halem
in Atlanta, the union’s executive board Certainly, we want to play the game in a new playing rule with one year advance said.

was slapped with a red card, awarding

ARAGON
Continued from page 11
Aragon another point to give the Dons and
early 9-3 lead.
The Dons won big in the third set; but
Carondelet reciprocated by winning big in
Game 4. After the third-set hijinks, it
the only one. Not by a long shot. Junior seemed only fair the match be decided in a
defensive specialist Megan Shen added 25 winner-take-all Game 5 race to 15.
digs, junior DS Dylan Sherer had 17, “We completely recovered (from Game
Trimble had 15 and freshman DS Gabriella 3),” Mix said.
Oaks had 11. And boy did the showdown make for a
Dropping the first set in the elimination thrilling finale. Carondelet went up early 6-
match, with a scuffling serve receive the 4 on left-side attack by McNiff. But Aragon
likes of which Aragon has not seen this sea- started feeding the middle for sophomore
son, was a key motivator. Ella Sears, who went on to score four of her
“Honestly, we just reminded ourselves 11 match kills in the final set.
this would be our last game,” Thaw said. “It’s important when you’re up there to
“We needed to fight. We didn’t want to lose see your blockers,” Sears said. “That’s how
to a team like this … and we knew we want- you’re going to get your points.”
ed it more than them.” Sears took a quick set from Trimble and
Turning to junior middle blocker Lolo fired straight down to close the deficit to 6-
Folau proved a pivotal move by head coach 5, then tooled through the middle to give
Kelsey Stiles. With the Dons’ depth of mid- the Dons a 7-6 lead.
dles, Folau has seen limited playing time Sears gave Aragon the lead twice more at
through the postseason. She didn’t see the 8-7 and 10-9, then followed the second of
court in Tuesday’s five-set win over Central those kills with her only service ace of the
Catholic, and sat through Game 1 Thursday. match to up the lead to 11-9. Carondelet
Folau recorded just two match kills, but would never recover.
they both came at the outset of Game 2 on It was fitting, though, the final kill of the
her first two plays to stake Aragon to its night was scored by outside hitter Lydia
first multi-point lead of the night. Manu. The junior injured her ankle Tuesday
“She always brings energy, every game,” night, and returned in that one to give the
Stiles said. “Whether she steps on the floor Dons an emotional and tactical boost.
or not, she brings huge energy. … She “She is so tough,” Sears said. “She is one
walked in the game and got two tip kills of the toughest ones on the team.”
right away. The was a huge factor in win- Thursday, Manu worked for 13 kills,
ning that set.” TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL including at match point by exacting the
After the Dons upped their lead to 10-6 on The Lady Dons’ defense was a spectacle Thursday night with 123 team digs. Clockwise from back line for what little precious floor
an ace by Scherer, however, Carondelet went top left: Senior setter Della Trimble had 15, junior libero Ally Thaw had 29, freshman Gabriella Carondelet left open.
on a frightening 6-0 tear to swing into the Oaks had 11 and junior Megan Shen had 25 in Aragon’s five-set win over Carondelet. “I jumped up huge,” Patea said of her reac-
lead 11-10, and did so with a varied attack of tooled the block off the left side. four points in the pivotal early going. Two tion to the match-winner. “Lydia is hurt, so
its own. From there, the lead tilted back and Patea answered back though by exploit- Cougars shots that clearly landed past the that she was giving us that energy, she was
forth, with the score tied eight times in the ing the sideline for a kill off the left side to backline were ruled in. An attack by sopho- awesome tonight.”
set. And by the time it was tied 12-12, the spark a three-point Aragon run to close out more opposite Ava Mehrten was initially Aragon now advances the Division II
Cougars had five kills from five different the set. ruled a kill off a touch, but the call was over- Northern California semifinals. The Dons
players. The deadlock continued till 22-22 Game 3 saw some massive drama as turned when it was ruled Aragon didn’t touch travels to No. 2-seeded Los Altos Saturday
when Cougars sophomore Kaitlyn McNiff Carondelet, quite frankly got cheesed for it. Then when Mix attempted to argue, he night for a 6 p.m. start.
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Raiders’ DC Paul Guenther says no friction between him, Gruden
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS costly blown play in to happen every Sunday. It’s happened every nator have gotten more attention, however, as
Oakland’s 34-3 loss to the Sunday, whether it’s good or bad. That’s just the Raiders have struggled through a 1-7 start.
ALAMEDA — Oakland Raiders defensive San Francisco 49ers, part of our expectations are higher than what Both Gruden and Guenther have come under
coordinator Paul Guenther denied there is any Guenther laughed about we’re showing. That’s probably going to hap- fire from fans and the media.
friction between him and coach Jon Gruden the incident and called it a pen 100 times a game.” Gruden has been targeted for the team’s
and said the two remain united in trying to daily occurrence. Guenther’s statement echoed comments inconsistent offense and the radical roster
improve a team that has been one of the “Jon and I fight every made earlier this week by Gruden, who joked changes being made, while Guenther’s
biggest disappointments in the NFL this sea- day upstairs, golf course, that the two have bigger disagreements on the defense has been bad all season. The Raiders
son. in the car, whatever it may golf course. are on pace to give up 6,514 yards and are
One week after cameras caught the two Paul Guenther be,” Guenther said The recent sideline exchanges between the allowing opponents to gain a league-high 6.8
coaches getting into a heated exchange after a Thursday. “That’s going coach and his hand-picked defensive coordi- yards per play.

guys after, to go out late at night and do stuff. That made it an easy call to give Mullens a call and you’re ready to repeat it ...,” Mullens

49ERS
Continued from page 11
He’s obsessed with getting better and he’s need-
ed the time to do it and it helped him get ready
for last week.”
second start this week, although Shanahan said
he will evaluate the quarterbacks on a week-to-
week basis.
said. “I was just ready to call the play.”
Shanahan joked that Mullens will have to
That hard work paid off when Mullens got his “I don’t think it was too tough of a decision,” yell at him louder if he wants his coach to hear
first chance to play in a game when C.J. Shanahan said. “Our team played really well and him on the sideline but he understands the frus-
“He worked as hard as anyone last year and he Beathard was hampered by a sore right wrist. he played well. It was going to be hard to not tration.
played scout team safety all last year,” Mullens completed 16 of 22 passes for 262 give him the opportunity.”
Shanahan said. “We spent most of last year this yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions About the only time Mullens got flustered “That’s always the dilemma for coaches and
time messing with him on how bad his for a 151.9 passer rating last week. That’s the was when Shanahan kept talking after relaying quarterbacks. It’s funny because I know if I was
backpedal looked and things like that, on tape. highest since the merger for a player in his the play call into Mullens’ helmet. Mullens got a quarterback and someone was yelling in my
But, he was a guy who just, he knew he had to do debut with at least 20 attempts. frustrated enough that teammates said he told ears, I would handle it much worse than those
that, that’s how the league works. You don’t Mullens also joined Hall of Famers Jim Kelly Shanahan to quiet down even though the helmet guys would,” Shanahan said. “I struggle. I’ve
have enough guys to practice and he didn’t just (1986) and Fran Tarkenton (1961) as the only offers only one-way communication. almost gotten in trouble with head coaches for
sit there and mope about it because I get how QBs to throw for at least 250 yards and three That ended up amusing his teammates and saying the wrong thing when you’re trying to
people could because it isn’t a fair situation. touchdowns without throwing an interception lightening the mood in the huddle. think and make a play call and someone’s
But, he found ways to work on his own, to grab in their NFL debuts. “Sometimes in the huddle, you hear the play yelling in your ear, it’s hard to think.”

for the final out. Those who played with him cherished dance included Giants broadcaster Mike

MCCOVEY
Continued from page 11
“Willie’s indelible moment happened to be
a screaming line drive that found Bobby
Richardson’s glove in Game 7 of the 1962
McCovey for his thoughtful ways both on and
off the field. Home run king Barry Bonds
called him “Uncle Mac” “because I’ve always
Krukow, Dave Dravecky, Buster Posey, Jack
Clark, Shawon Dunston, Nick Hundley,
Marvin Benard and Mike Felder.
World Series,” Giants CEO Larry Baer said. “A admired him and he’s always taught me the
The honor is voted on by the players,
few feet one way or another, people say, and game of baseball as much as Willie (Mays) and
Hank Aaron — who like McCovey grew up in coaches and training staff to recognize the
Willie’s legacy rises to a whole different level. my dad have,” Bonds said Thursday.
Mobile, Alabama. Giants player who most exemplifies
Well, I couldn’t disagree with that more. Even “I got to know Willie Mac the man,” said
“If there is a second life, I’d like to come McCovey’s inspirational ways on the field
if that line drive had gotten past Bobby Felipe Alou, who was roommates with
back as a major league baseball player,” and in the clubhouse.
Richardson and driven in the winning run, McCovey in the majors, minors and even win-
McCovey once said. that one heroic moment would never have ter ball in the Dominican Republic. “We came “I have never been around a more humble
“Stretch,” as he was fondly known, never defined Willie’s legacy. His legacy transcends here in 1958 a bunch of kids. Willie obvious- man and I’ve never been around someone who
won a World Series after coming so close. The baseball, transcends his six All-Star appear- ly came up in ‘59, another child, another kid. lifted up others around him more than him-
Giants lost the 1962 World Series to the New ances, his Rookie of the Year award, his MVP, I have been a very privileged person, I got to self,” Dravecky said. “I’ve never been around
York Yankees, dropping Game 7 1-0 when even his Hall of Fame induction.” play with five Hall of Famer players with the a man who loved so deeply and cared so much
McCovey lined out to second baseman Bobby McCovey was inducted into the Hall of Giants.” about wearing the Giants uniform. For Willie,
Richardson with runners on second and third Fame in 1986 after his first time on the ballot. Past Willie Mac Award winners in atten- he showed us the way.”
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Fitzgerald East
NFL STANDINGS
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
NBA STANDINGS
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
NHL STANDINGS
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
FRIDAY
Football
WHAT’S ON TAP

nearing a
W L T Pct PF PA W L Pct GB GP W L OT Pts GF GA CCS playoffs
New England 7 2 0 .778 270 202 Toronto 11 1 .917 — Tampa Bay 16 12 3 1 25 59 42 First round
Miami 5 4 0 .556 187 225 Boston 7 4 .636 3 1/2 Toronto 15 10 5 0 20 51 40 Open Division I
N.Y. Jets 3 6 0 .333 198 213 Philadelphia 7 5 .583 4 Montreal 16 8 5 3 19 53 51 No. 7 Milpitas (6-4) at No. 2 Menlo-Atherton (8-2), 5
Buffalo 2 7 0 .222 96 241 Brooklyn 5 6 .455 5 1/2 p.m.
Boston 15 8 5 2 18 44 39
South New York 4 8 .333 7

milestone
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Houston
Tennessee
Jacksonville
Indianapolis
North
6 3 0 .667
4 4 0 .500
3 5 0 .375
3 5 0 .375
216 184
134 141
134 170
231 213
Southeast Division

Charlotte
Miami
W
6
5
L
5
5
Pct
.545
.500
GB

1/2
Buffalo
Ottawa
Detroit
Florida
16 8 6
16 6 7
15 5 8
12 4 5
Metropolitan Division
2
3
2
3
18 49
15 55
12 40
11 38
49
67
55
42
Open Division II
No. 5 Serra (6-4) at No. 4 Leland (6-4), 7 p.m.
No. 8 Aragon (2-8) at No. 1 St. Francis (9-1), 7 p.m.

Open Division III
No. 5 Aptos (8-2) at No. 4 Terra Nova (8-2), 7 p.m.
Pittsburgh 6 2 1 .722 279 209 Orlando 4 7 .364 2 GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Cincinnati 5 3 0 .625 221 237 Atlanta 3 8 .273 3 N.Y. Islanders 15 8 5 2 18 47 38
TEMPE, Ariz. — Larry Fitzgerald Baltimore 4 5 0 .444 213 160 Washington 2 8 .200 3 1/2 Washington 14 7 4 3 17 52 50 Division IV
No. 7 Mountain View (6-4) at No. 2 Burlingame (8-2),
is closing in on another mile- Cleveland 2 6 1 .278 190 247 Columbus 15 8 6 1 17 50 52
7 p.m.
West Central Division Philadelphia 16 8 7 1 17 53 60
stone, and it’s an impressive one. Kansas City 8 1 0 .889 327 226 W L Pct GB Carolina 16 7 7 2 16 44 48
No. 5 Carlmont (8-2) at No. 4 Willow Glen (7-3), 7
The 35-year-old receiver needs p.m.
L.A. Chargers 6 2 0 .750 220 180 Milwaukee 9 2 .818 — Pittsburgh 14 6 5 3 15 47 47
to catch just 33 yards worth of Denver 3 6 0 .333 205 213 Indiana 7 5 .583 2 1/2 N.Y. Rangers 15 7 7 1 15 43 47 Division V
passes Sunday at Kansas City to Raiders 1 7 0 .125 141 252 Detroit 5 5 .500 3 1/2 New Jersey 13 6 6 1 13 42 43 No. 6 Del Mar (6-4) at No. 3 King's Academy (8-2), 7
Chicago 3 9 .250 6 1/2 p.m.
move past Hall of Famer Terrell NATIONAL CONFERENCE Cleveland 1 10 .091 8 WESTERN CONFERENCE
Owens into second place on the East Central Division Women's college volleyball
NFL’s all-time yards receiving list. Washington 5 3 0 .625 160 172 WESTERN CONFERENCE GP W L OT Pts GF GA Skyline at San Francisco, Cañada at Ohlone, Hart-
Philadelphia 4 4 0 .500 178 156 Southwest Division nell at CSM, 6:30 p.m.
As usual, Fitzgerald brushed Dallas 3 5 0 .375 154 151
Nashville 15 12 3 0 24 51 31
W L Pct GB Minnesota 15 9 4 2 20 46 41
aside talk of the milestone in his N.Y. Giants 1 7 0 .125 150 205 San Antonio 6 4 .600 — Women's college soccer
Dallas 16 9 6 1 19 46 43
weekly meeting with the media South Memphis 6 4 .600 — Winnipeg 14 8 5 1 17 41 38
Cañada at San Francisco, 12:30 p.m.; Skyline at Las
New Orleans 7 1 0 .875 279 218 Positas, 1:30 p.m.
Thursday. Carolina 6 3 0 .667 241 232
New Orleans 5 6 .455 1 1/2 Colorado 15 7 5 3 17 53 44
Houston 4 6 .400 2
“Honestly, I don’t really think Atlanta 4 4 0 .500 228 226 Dallas 3 8 .273 3 1/2
Chicago 16 6 7 3 15 49 60 Men's college soccer
about it,” he said. Tampa Bay 3 5 0 .375 229 275 St. Louis 13 5 5 3 13 46 48 Cabrillo at Skyline, 2 p.m.; Cañada at San Francisco,
North Pacific Division 3 p.m.
Modesty aside, there’s no doubt Chicago 5 3 0 .625 235 153
Northwest Division
GP W L OT Pts GF GA
W L Pct GB
that Fitzgerald is very aware of his Minnesota 5 3 1 .611 221 204 Denver 9 2 .818 — Vancouver 17 10 6 1 21 57 58 Men's college basketball
place among the greats in the Green Bay 3 4 1 .438 192 204 Calgary 16 9 6 1 19 54 53 Skyline tournament
Portland 9 3 .750 1/2 Cañada vs Solano, 5 p.m.; Los Medanos vs Skyline,
Detroit 3 5 0 .375 180 210 Sharks 16 8 5 3 19 53 50
game. West
Oklahoma City 7 4 .636 2 7 p.m.
Utah 5 6 .455 4 Edmonton 16 8 7 1 17 45 50
Halfway through his 15th sea- L.A. Rams 8 1 0 .889 299 200 Minnesota 4 8 .333 5 1/2 Anaheim 17 7 7 3 17 41 48 SATURDAY
son, Fitzgerald has 15,902 yards Seattle 4 4 0 .500 188 156 Arizona 14 7 6 1 15 41 34 Boys’ water polo
receiving, behind Owens’ 15,934 Arizona 2 6 0 .250 110 199 Pacific Division Vegas 16 7 8 1 15 39 45 CCS Open Divisoin championship
49ers 2 7 0 .222 207 239 W L Pct GB Los Angeles 15 5 9 1 11 33 49 No. 1 Sacred Heart Prep (26-2) vs No. 2 Bellarmine
and Jerry Rice’s phenomenal Warriors 10 2 .833 — (19-10) at Independence High School, 10:25 a.m.
22,895. Thursday’s Games L.A. Clippers 6 5 .545 3 1/2 Thursday’s Games
Fitzgerald needs 58 catches to Pittsburgh 52, Carolina 21 Sacramento 6 5 .545 3 1/2 Girls’ water polo
Sunday’s Games Vancouver 8, Boston 5
L.A. Lakers 5 6 .455 4 1/2 CCS DII championship
pass Tony Gonzalez for second on Arizona at Kansas City, 10 a.m. Phoenix 2 9 .182 7 1/2
Florida 4, Edmonton 1
No. 1 Menlo School (19-9) vs. No. 3 Saratoga (24-3)
the NFL career receptions list. Buffalo at N.Y. Jets, 10 a.m. Philadelphia 5, Arizona 4, OT at Independence High School, 2:40 p.m.
Detroit at Chicago, 10 a.m. Buffalo 6, Montreal 5, OT
Fitzgerald has 1,268 catches to Thursday’s Games
Vegas 5, Ottawa 3
Jacksonville at Indianapolis, 10 a.m. Oklahoma City 98, Houston 80 Cross country
Gonzalez’s 1, 325 and Rice’s Washington at Tampa Bay, 10 a.m. Tampa Bay 4, N.Y. Islanders 2 CCS championships at Crystal Springs XC Course, 10
Boston 116, Phoenix 109, OT
1,549. New Orleans at Cincinnati, 10 a.m. Portland 116, L.A. Clippers 105 Carolina 4, Chicago 3 a.m.
Fitzgerald also is closing in on New England at Tennessee, 10 a.m. Milwaukee 134, Golden State 111 Dallas 4, San Jose 3
Atlanta at Cleveland, 10 a.m. Minnesota 3, Los Angeles 1 Football
Rice’s record for receptions with Friday’s Games CCS playoffs
L.A. Chargers at Oakland, 1:05 p.m. Charlotte at Philadelphia, 4 p.m. Friday’s Games
one team. Fitzgerald, who has Miami at Green Bay, 1:25 p.m. Open Division III
Washington at Orlando, 4 p.m. New Jersey at Toronto, 4 p.m. No. 7 St. Ignatius (3-7) at No. 2 Sacred Heart Prep (9-
spent his entire career with the Seattle at L.A. Rams, 1:25 p.m. Detroit at Atlanta, 4:30 p.m. Columbus at Washington, 4 p.m. 1), 1 p.m.
Dallas at Philadelphia, 5:20 p.m. Indiana at Miami, 5 p.m.
Cardinals, needs 14 receptions to Open: Minnesota, Denver, Baltimore, Houston
N.Y. Rangers at Detroit, 4:30 p.m.
Brooklyn at Denver, 6 p.m. San Jose at St. Louis, 5 p.m. College football
pass the 1,281 catches Rice had Monday’s Games Boston at Utah, 6:30 p.m. Colorado at Winnipeg, 5 p.m. City College of San Francisco at College of San
with the San Francisco 49ers. N.Y. Giants at San Francisco, 5:15 p.m. Minnesota at Sacramento, 7 p.m. Minnesota at Anaheim, 7 p.m. Mateo, 1 p.m.

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feel the process is being pushed ahead too Beyond consolidating Selby Lane and student in Redwood City schools due to the

SCHOOLS
Continued from page 1
rapidly.
“It’s a rushed decision,” she said.
Adelante, school officials are also looking
to move Orion Alternative Elementary
School to John Gill Elementary School, and
popularity of a specific program at Selby
Lane or Adelante. That frustration could
result in students leaving the district, fur-
Time and money additional proposals include moving Hawes ther fueling the enrollment issues that are
and North Star Academy to other nearby the core of the ongoing budget concerns,
Elementary School, suggested her commu- District Trustee Dennis McBride though campuses. Members of the Fair Oaks she said.
nity feels targeted by officials who have said officials are not granted the option of Elementary School community believe an “The fact that the district is changing
previously examined closing the school. extending the timeline for making the earlier proposal to shutter the campus will everything this way is giving us an impres-
“We feel like they already have their mind choices which he acknowledged are hard to be resurrected as well, as an extensive list of sion that it is setting itself up for failure,”
made up,” Rangel said through a translator. face. options have been discussed. said Ribeau.
Officials announced their intent to close the Due to the structural nature of the budget Pending any final decision, McBride said Rather than consolidate the schools,
school last year, but backed away from the woes continually plaguing the district, $6 the changes would help the district save on Ribeau and Pfennig-Mahmud support clos-
proposal at the last moment following a million in cuts or additional revenue must administrative and staff costs, and free up ing the Fair Oaks Elementary School cam-
community rally. be identified over the coming two years. additional property which could be rented to pus, which has struggled with declining
Mariela Pfennig-Mahmud, who has stu- Otherwise, McBride said the district faces generate additional income. Officials are enrollment over recent years.
dents at Selby Lane and Adelante, also outside action from the San Mateo County also considering moving the district office Members of the Fair Oaks Elementary
shared frustration with the way officials Office of Education to fix the budget. If that from its downtown headquarters to one of School community disagree, and claim the
have managed the process of proposing to happens, it will be without the same level the campuses which may soon be vacant, campus is a unique asset in the district
alter the school system. of consideration for the community’s inter- and renting the space. He noted officials are accommodating many underserved families.
“We feel if the school district would lead a est. not planning to sell property. Should the school close, members of the
change based on a vision they believe in for “The reality is if we don’t do what we are community group claim families would
Amidst the district’s potential transfor-
the greater good, we would all be willing to required to do the county and the state will struggle to get their students to another
mation, McBride said he’s received nearly
make a sacrifice in that direction,” she said. come in and do it and they won’t care about campus in a different neighborhood. They
700 emails along with countless calls and
“Whereas now, it’s just shuffling people the parents’ feelings or concerns,” he said, also feel district officials have preserved
messages from concerned parents and com-
around from one campus to another and that with an expectation that the action ulti- their interest in closing the school since
munity members who are understandably
is not a good way to solve this problem.” mately approved could take effect next year. last year, and are now only paying lip serv-
upset and afraid.
To that end, Ribeau called for district offi- McBride did note the challenging nature ice to acknowledging their concerns.
cials to take more time in discussing and “This is just horrendous. There is just no
of the timing though. other way to describe it,” he said. “We really feel the key reason we didn’t
analyzing the initiative in an effort to build “It is incredibly quick and if I had a choice get closed down last year was not to give us
consensus with community members who it would be different,” he said. Spanish immersion a chance, but to do the school closure the
right way,” said Rangel.
McBride balanced that perspective For his part, McBride said making pivotal
though by noting the opportunity for some decisions which stand to change the lives of
proposed consolidations to dovetail well, so many people, some who are already vul-
such as at both Adelante and Selby Lane nerable and afraid, is a challenging and dif-
where both schools offer Spanish immer- ficult process.
sion programs. “The stories are just huge and heartfelt and
“It’s the same program, just at a different we are impacting families,” he said. “There
physical location,” he said. is no question about it.”
Parents at Adelante disagree though, not- But after years of ineffective attempts to
ing the Spanish immersion program at right the district’s ship financially, he said
Selby Lane is comprised of different demo- officials are resigned to facing the hard
graphic groups, which would alter the nature choices required to fix the budget.
of their students’ experience. “The only we can get to the amount of
Ribeau feared implementing the proposal money we need to save is closing schools,”
would alienate families who enrolled their he said.
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‘Spider’s Web’ is a
commonplace thriller
By Jake Coyle
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

No, “The Girl in the Spider’s Web” isn’t a Spider-man spinoff about a young woman
ensnarled by Peter Parker. But you’d be forgiven for thinking the latest, revamped itera-
tion of Stieg Larsson’s thrillers has some superhero DNA.
This, Lisbeth Salander’s third big-screen incarnation in nine years, has morphed the
avenging Stockholm hacker into a blander action hero, complete with a Batman-and-
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MUSEUM GOTTA SEE ‘UM
By Susan Cohn DISCOVER HOLIDAY MAGIC AT
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT THE MUSEUM OF AMERICAN HER-
ITAGE IN PALO ALTO. The Museum of
S i x t h ANNUAL OPEN S TUDIOS American Heritage is welcoming back
NOV. 1 0 -11 AT PENINSULA MUSEUM BayLUG, the Bay Area LEGO User Group,
OF ART AND MUSEUM STUDIOS IN and BayLTC, the Bay Area L-Gauge Train
B URLINGAME. The Museum Studios Club, to showcase their Annual Holiday
artists and the Peninsula Museum of Art wel- Show. BayLUG and BayLTC will be display-
come the public to Open Studios the week- ing a variety of creative holiday scenes,
end of Nov. 10-11. Enjoy new exhibits in which include holiday trains, miniature
the museum and wander the artist studios to cities and more. The show will feature an
see a wide range of art, including painting, amusement park, complete with moving
photography, mixed media, fiber and wear- roller coasters, attractions, and guests. 351
ables, printmaking and sculpture. Stop by Homer Ave. in Palo Alto. 11 a.m. to 3:30
the group exhibition ‘Size Matters’ in the p.m., Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays only
Museum Studios Gallery, where many artists from Dec. 7 to Jan. 13, 2019. General
have stretched themselves by creating 6”x admission is $3 per person. No strollers in
6” small works to accompany the regular- the galleries during this time; they must be
sized works in this group exhibition. There parked outside. No food or drink is permit-
will be demonstrations of a variety of art ted in the exhibits. The museum, which cel-
forms, including stone carving, painting ebrates the rich history of technological
and assemblage, which will allow visitors innovation from 1750 to 1950, maintains a
to learn a new skill or polish an old one. diverse collection of over 6,000 electrical
Museum Studios, a department of the and mechanical artifacts. For more informa-
Peninsula Museum of Art, is home to 30 tion call 321-1004 or visit www.moah.org.
visual artists. Its mission is to provide a ***
supportive working environment for cre- ‘TIS THE SEASON FOR SCIENCE:
ative professionals in the visual arts and a LIFE ON ICE, AT THE CALIFORNIA
cultural resource for the community. The ACADEMY OF SCIENCES IN GOLDEN
Museum Studios Gallery is across the court- GATE PARK. Starting Nov. 16, visitors to
yard from the Peninsula Museum of Art’s the California Academy of Sciences can
main entrance at 1777 California Drive, revel in the wonder of ‘Tis the Season for The Museum Studios artists and the Peninsula Museum of Art invite the public to Open
Burlingame. Museum Studios Sixth Annual Science: Life on Ice, the museum’s annual Studios the weekend of Nov. 10-11.
Fall Open Studios is open from 11 a.m. to 5 holiday exhibit exploring the science
p. m. both days. Visit www. museumstu- behind the winter season. This year, the Park. Inside the museum, the academy’s home. Interactive displays will educate vis-
dios.org for more information or call 692- Academy’s outdoor holiday ice rink in the annual exhibit will explore our planet’s itors on the adaptations that allow polar
2101. museum’s East Garden returns, inviting vis- polar regions — from the North Pole to the
*** itors to skate in the heart of Golden Gate South Pole — and the animals that call them See MUSEUM, Page 22
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Widows leaves nothing behind
Cinematic powerhouse propels viewers from first scene
By Jerry Lee over to start new lives away from
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF the diseased gravitational pulls of
their deceased husbands.
Director Steve McQueen (“12 Based on an early-80s British
Years A Slave”) knows how to television miniseries, the script
evoke an emotional response was reworked by McQueen and
from his audience. Yes, the subject super scriptwriter Gillian Flynn
matter of his previous work — (“Gone Girl”). It is audacious,
slavery, sexual addiction, prison grown-up entertainment. The plot
hunger strikes — has been con- and context surrounding the heist
ducive to that, but it’s also in the is pretty complex, but that does
way he uniquely handles the nothing to prevent the film from
words, images, sounds in his being breathtakingly propulsive
films. thanks to McQueen’s direction.
The cast has absolutely no weak
“Widows” is his most accessible spots. Davis (“Fences”) is amaz-
movie to date, but McQueen tosses ing as the grieving widow who
bomb after emotional bomb at the valiantly claws and chews her way
audience through hyper-violent out of the hole that others have
imagery, acid-sharp dialogue and dug around her. She may possibly
temple-throbbing sound editing be the best actor out there right
and mixing. Without spoiling now. Michelle Rodriguez (“Fast
anything, I’ll just say this starts and the Furious”) does Michelle
literally with the very first frame. COURTESY TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX
From left, Michelle Rodriguez, Viola Davis and Elizabeth Debicki star in Twentieth Century Fox’s ‘Windows.’ Rodriguez things, burning up the
Some will say “Widows” is a bit screen with her usual quiet intensi-
derivative. And yes, it is a slick and financially stranded. While Quickly adding to their new bur- upon her husband’s personal ty and shows plenty of range
combination of “Heat,” “Ocean’s spousal privilege afforded them dens, they discover that their hus- ledger, which contains plans for beyond her typecast.
8” and “The Wire.” But it’s also the knowledge that they were mar- bands’ ill-attempted gains were to what was going to be the group’s Two lesser known actresses
something very unique. ried to members of a thieves den, come at the expense of some next heist. make up the rest of the team.
The foundation of the story is they knew mostly nothing of the extremely violent gangsters. Jobless, spouseless and 30 days Elizabeth Debicki (“The Night
simple. A foursome of criminals specifics. Furthermore, they have These people are not in any way to hence, likely to be lifeless, Manager”) is very well cast in a
meets an untimely death after an no assets of their own and find be trifled with, and they give the Veronica and the other wives tragicomic role of a constantly
attempted score goes awry. They themselves in a personal no- women 30 days to repay the decide to follow through on the beat-down beauty who is ready to
die a grisly death, and the stolen man’s land, having been wholly money. newfound plans as a means to sal- have her “mad as hell and I’m not
money goes up in flames. dependent on men their entire The robbery crew leader’s wife, vation (to pay off their “debts”)
The wives are left emotionally lives up to that point. Veronica (Viola Davis) chances but also to have some money left See WINDOWS, Page 22

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Lisbeth, a volatile cyberpunk vigilante Soon, all manner of bad guys are after died in 2004.) They haven’t done Foy, one

WEB
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propelled by her own demons of abuse,
remains a great character in search of a
decent plot.
him, his young but brilliant son
(Christopher Convery) and Salander. The
investigative journalist Mikael Blomkvist
of the most exciting actresses around, any
favors in saddling her with a forgettable
international espionage tale. The superla-
It’s a shame, too, because a fearsome (Sverrir Gudnason in the part previously tive cast, generally, is wasted, including
woman meting out justice for detestable Daniel Craig and Michael Nyqvist) is around Vicky Krieps, Stanfield and Bang.
Robin-like band of white across her eyes. at times but makes little of an impression.
Following the spikier Swedish trilogy, with men is, well, kind of appropriate right now. But as compelling as Foy is, she’s also
Noomi Rapace, and David Fincher’s menac- In the film’s first scene — the most comic The story also connects, we sense, some- missing a quality that any Lisbeth ought to
ing and murky “The Girl With the Dragon book-like of them all — Lisbeth strings up how to Salander’s own past, her incestuous have, and it has nothing to do with shed-
Tattoo,” with Rooney Mara, we can almost an offending husband like a fish while gut- father and a sister believed to have died ding the primness of her Queen Elizabeth II
palpably feel Lisbeth (Claire Foy this time) ting his bank account and, with a few years ago. Snippets of flashbacks give a for Salander’s jet-black hair and piercings.
being lured out of the shadows and toward a clicks, transferring his savings to his vic- window into the scars beneath Salander’s The greatest tension in Larsson’s
more mainstream movie realm. In this latest timized wife. Batman could do no better. tattoos, while de rigueur action set pieces “Millennium” series is how Salander so
chapter, Lisbeth strives, like a Such exchanges, though, quickly recede propel the movie slowly along, as if it for- bristles with unease in the world, even
Scandinavian 007, to keep a world-threat- in favor of a larger conspiracy that ropes in got to pick up a sense of suspense along the while she expertly manipulates everything
ening atomic weapons program dubbed the NSA (Lakeith Stanfield plays an agent), way. (In one novel twist, Salander, in mid- in it. No such conflict is found in “The Girl
“Firefall” out of the wrong hands. (Are there a Russian gang called the Spiders (with car chase, hacks into the other vehicle and in the Spider’s Web, ” a commonplace
any right ones?) Claes Bang) and the Swedish authorities. It takes control of it. The so-called Internet of thriller for an uncommon heroine.
“The Girl in the Spider’s Web,” directed begins when Salander is approached by a Things may sound the death knell for the “The Girl in the Spider’s Web, ” a
by Uruguayan-born Fede Alvarez (“Don’t former NSA agent (Stephen Merchant) who prolonged getaway.) Columbia Pictures release, is rated R by the
Breathe, ” 2013’s “Evil Dead” reboot), built the software program but who now “The Girl in the Spider’s Web,” penned by Motion Picture Association of America vio-
smooths away some of the rough edges of a (only now?) is concerned that the ability to Alvarez, Steven Knight and Jay Basu, is lence, language and some sexual
saga predicated on them, resulting in a com- launch every nuclear weapon on the planet based on fourth novel in the series and the content/nudity. Running time: 115 min-
petent but indistinguishable thriller. might actually be a bad idea. first written by David Lagercrantz. (Larsson utes. Two stars out of four.

The jaw-dropping supporting ensemble using what is ostensibly entertaining pulp through the symbol of this robbery.

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cast reflects top actors’ desire to work with
McQueen. This is a movie that utilizes
acclaimed talent such as Jacki Weaver, Jon
fiction to bring awareness to his audience
about various themes. Chief among them is
feminism. This is a heist movie in the midst
Through this heroine’s journey, McQueen
also explores biracial marriage, domestic
violence, police brutality, urban gentrifica-
Bernthal and Carrie Coon for less than five tion and political corruption. The only
of the #MeToo Movement. The women in
minutes combined. Check out the cast list quibble may be that the themes are too
going to take it any longer” moment. And this film refuse to be supporting characters numerous to go too far in depth.
for the other names. There’s enough acting
Cynthia Erivo (“Bad Times at the El Royale”) in the lives of their men and all men really. But even as a shallow movie with no
power to fuel a dozen feature films.
brings a powerful physicality to the proceed- They accept — no, they fully seize with “messages,” it would still stand as one of
ings as a late addition to the crew. McQueen sticks pills in peanut butter, both hands — control of their own destinies the best films of the year.

visitors of all ages this holiday sea- call (415) 379-8000 for more. The

MUSEUM
Continued from page 20
son. The California Academy of
Sciences is a renowned scientific and
educational institution dedicated to
Academy will be open 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
on Nov. 22 (Thanksgiving Day) and
exploring, explaining and sustaining 11 a. m. -5 p. m. on Dec. 25
life on Earth. (Christmas Day).
bears, Antarctic penguins, and other Based in San Francisco’s Golden Gate
polar-dwelling animals to survive Park, it is home to a world-class
and thrive in frozen ecosystems. aquarium, planetarium, and natural
Plus, the Snowman Theater, a suite of history museum, as well as innova-
hands-on daily programs and a tive programs in scientific research Susan Cohn can be reached at
dynamic line-up of live performances and education — all under one living susan@smdailyjournal.com or www.twit-
on select dates will return to delight roof. Visit www. calacademy. org or ter.com/susancityscene.
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portation improvements dipped to getter followed by challengers Mark
Calendar ELECTION
Continued from page 1
65.65 percent while Measure V, a $298
parcel tax for the San Mateo-Foster
City Elementary School District, is
Nagales and Flor Nicolas in the quest
for three open seats on the dais.
Incumbent Pradeep Gupta is still nar-
FRIDAY, NOV. 9 Huge Used Book and Media Sale.
Senior Showcase Infor mation 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cubberley lagging with 64.73 percent. The tax, rowly on track to lose his bid for re-
Fair. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Foster City Community Center, 4000 which would generate $10 million election, as his 3,291 votes are 159
Recreation Center, 650 Shell Blvd., Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. Monthly 111,000 votes have been tallied so far annually to close a structural budget behind Nagales and 154 behind
Foster City. Resources and services sale of 70,000 gently used books, with more ballots coming in by mail
from all of San Mateo County. Free. CDs, DVDs, games, puzzles and art- deficit, is floating near the same Nicolas respectively.
For more information call 344-5200. work. Many foreign language mate- through tomorrow. As of 5 p. m. approval rate as it was following the
rials. For more information call 283- Thursday, a total of 231,805 paper bal- A bond proposed to finance recon-
Seeing Patterns. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 2720. initial ballot count release. struction of the Millbrae Community
The Main Gallery, 1018 Main St., lots have been received and 26,210
Redwood City. A solo exhibition of San Bruno AARP Chapter 2895 electronic ballots are in the hopper, In Foster City, Sanjay Gehani has Center is still failing too, as Measure
gallery artist Jean Thrift. Thrift’s Monthly Meeting. 10 a.m. to 12
according to the Elections Office. With maintained a significant lead with II collected only 57 percent voter sup-
work shows us the beauty in pat- p.m. San Bruno Senior Center, 1555
terns all around us. Free. For more Cyrstal Springs Road, San Bruno. the new all-mail balloting, voters are 2,111 votes, or 24.99 percent, and port, well short of the supermajority
information call (415) 987-7360. Entertainment will be provided by
allowed to mail ballots on Election Richa Awasthi is barely edging out required to pass.
Peninsula Choraliers. For more infor- Patrick Sullivan for the second open
San B runo Emergency mation call 808-7092. Day and they will be counted as long as In the race for the Area 4 seat on the
Preparedness Event. 10 a.m. to they arrive by Friday. seat, with 1,656 votes, or 19.6 per- San Mateo County Community
noon. San Bruno Senior Center, 1555 San Mateo Japanese-American cent, and 1,639 votes, or 19.4 per-
Crystal Springs Road, Foster City. Community Center Holiday For the results that have changed, in College District board, Richard
Free, interpersonal learning experi- B outique and B ake Sale. 10 a.m. to cent, respectively.  Holober widened his lead over Tom
ence for the community. For more 3:30 p.m. San Mateo Japanese-
the race for three open seats on the
information call 645-1780. American Community Center, 503 E. Redwood City Council, Giselle Hale The three frontrunners in Half Moon Mohr, with 10,082 votes, or 52.67
Fifth Ave., San Mateo. Proceeds from maintains the lead with 4,307 votes, Bay have remained in the same order percent, to Mohr’s 9,061 votes, or
Michael Kesselman Sculpture the sale of new and gently used they were in on election night, with 47.33 percent. The two incumbents are
Exhibit. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. San Mateo Japanese goods, gift items, plants or 17.45 percent, followed by Diane
Public Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San and homemade baked confections Howard, with 4,300 votes, or 17.42 Deborah Penrose and Debbie Ruddock running against each other in the first
Mateo. Sculptures include a chair will support the ongoing activities both on top and Robert Brownstone race since district elections were intro-
with five legs, two eggs sitting at the of the center. Free. For more infor- percent. Diana Reddy, who was in third
helm of a beater, and a chair imper- mation call 343-2793. place at the end of election night, is the current frontrunner for the third duced. Newcomer Thomas Nuris ran
sonating a cello. For more informa- now in fourth, with 3,901 votes, or open seat with 977 votes, or 18.43 unopposed for the District 2 seat.
tion call 522-7818. Michael K esselman Sculpture
Exhibit. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. San Mateo 15.81 percent, just 21 votes behind percent. He is closely followed by The next update is scheduled to be
CSM Graphic Design Exhibit. 10 Public Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San Rick Hunter, who has 3,922 votes, or Virginia Turezyn, who has 873 votes, Tuesday, Nov. 13, with another one
a.m. to 5 p.m. San Mateo Public Mateo. Sculptures include a chair
Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San Mateo. with five legs, two eggs sitting at the 15.89 percent. or 16.47 percent.  Friday, Nov. 16. Chief Elections
While creating their Typographic helm of a beater, and a chair imper- Two measures that need two-thirds to In the South San Francisco City Officer Mark Church said counting is
Illustrations, students were asked to sonating a cello. For more informa-
think about type as an expressive tion call 522-7818. pass are hanging just below that Council race, outcomes largely held going on around the clock in three
visual element. The objective of the
CSM Graphic Design Exhibit. 10
threshold. Measure W, a half-cent sales over from Election Day, as incumbent shifts. Interest and turnout in this elec-
second assignment was to design
currency for a specific target audi- a.m. to 5 p.m. San Mateo Public tax increase for SamTrans and trans- Mark Addiego remained the top vote tion has been high, he added.
ence. For more information call 522- Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San Mateo.
7818. While creating their Typographic
hours and 573 new trips during the northbound off-ramp onto Woodside

EIR
Illustrations, students were asked to
Kidz in Motion. 10:15 a.m. South think about type as an expressive
San Francisco Library, 840 W. Orange visual element. The objective of the evening peak hours. The numbers Road, according to the report.
Ave., South San Francisco. Kids will second assignment was to design shift slightly when current conditions Other potential impacts outlined in
move, play games, sing, stretch and currency for a specific target audi-
are considered with possible other the report relate to noise, utilities and
balance to foster gross motor skills. ence (i.e. universal or a particular Continued from page 1
Recommended for ages 2 to 5. Every country). Two projects. For more development in the future. wildlife.
Friday until Nov. 30. Free. For more information call 522-7818. Significant impacts are projected at The development, combined with
information call 877-8530.
Seven Scientific R easons to
Organization, seeks to transform the five intersections if the project is past, present and “reasonably foresee-
Adult Crafternoon: Stamped Clay Meditate Now. 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Redwood Plaza Shopping Center into built, including Veterans Boulevard able projects” would require the con-
Pendants. 1 p.m. South San San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Third a mixed-use development with 400
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Ave., San Mateo. A talk with Dr. and Woodside Road, Broadway and struction of new water transmission
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. Manish Saggar about recent neuro- market-rate units and 120 affordable Woodside Road, Bay Road at Woodside and distribution systems, according to
Using clay and ink stamps you can scientific data for meditation prac- units for rent, 420,000 square feet of Road, Middlefield Road and Woodside the report. That is described as a sig-
make a pendant or key chain. If you tices. For more information call 522-
have some favorite ink stamps bring 7818. office space, 26,000 square feet of Road and Bay Road at Fifth Avenue. nificant impact for which the appli-
them in to use. For more informa- retail, a 10,000-square-foot child care Mitigation measures suggested in cant would pay in-lieu fees to the city.
tion call 829-3860. La Nebbia Winery craft faire and
wine tasting. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. La facility serving up to 130 students and the report include financial contribu- Because construction of the project
Mario Par ty. 3 p.m. South San Nebbia Winery, 12341 San Mateo more than 2,000 parking spaces. The tions by the developer to the recon- is expected to last four years, the EIR
Francisco Library, 840 W. Orange Road, Half Moon Bay. Food, hand- project site totals 15.3 acres. The site
Ave., South San Francisco. Part of made jewelry, arts and crafts, wine struction of the Highway 101 and recommends a variety of measures to
International Games Week. For more tasting. For more information call was previously home to Foods Co, Woodside Road interchange as well as keep the impact to a minimum, includ-
information call 829-3860. 483-7840. Office Max and Big Lots stores. The various modifications to existing ing informational signs and various
Cure the Outbreak : Time Loop Museum Studios Six th Annual locations of the Denny’s and the Jack roads and the installation of a traffic noise-reduction techniques and appa-
Puzzle Game. 4 p.m. South San Fall Open Studios. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Box at the corner of Woodside
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. 1777 California Drive, Burlingame. signal at the intersection of Bay Road ratuses.  
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. Enjoy new exhibits in the museum Road and Broadway are outside of the and Fifth Avenue. The report also rec- Finally, the project could affect a
Registration required for all teams. and wander the artist studios to see redevelopment plans. ommends the applicant widen a por- couple of species of bats and nesting
Maximum number of team mem- an exceptionally wide range of art
bers is six people. For more informa- including painting, photography, A traffic study summarized in the EIR tion of Woodside Road to add a third birds if construction occurs between
tion call 829-3860. mixed media, fiber and wearables, analyzed traffic conditions at 13 inter- westbound through lane, bike lane and February and August. The report rec-
printmaking and sculpture. Free. For
more information call 692-2101. sections and three freeway segments a right-turn lane at the intersection of ommends biologists assess the proj-
Laptop and Computer
Optimization and Maintenance. 4 in the vicinity of the project site dur- Bay Road and Woodside Road.  ect site for evidence of the aforemen-
p.m. South San Francisco Main Dia de los Muer tos Button ing weekday morning and evening
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South Mak ing. 11 a.m. Grand Avenue The project would also bring signif- tioned animals and if they’re found
San Francisco. In this program, learn Library, 306 Walnut Ave., South San peak hours when congestion is at its icant traffic impacts to a couple of then possible mitigation measures,
some of the steps to speed up your Francisco. Various picture options worst. It found that the proposed
laptop and improve your device’s will be provided, such as Sugar segments of freeway, including including non-disturbance buffer
performance. For more information skulls, Catrina’s, Mariachi’s, development is expected to generate Whipple Avenue to the San Mateo zones and timing restrictions, could
call 829-3860. Cempasúchil flowers and more. 877- 626 new trips during morning peak County line and the Highway 101 be necessary. 
8530.
‘Annie: The Musical.’ 7 p.m. to
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For more information call 434-2177. 225 Tilton Ave., San Mateo. Join the
Masterworks Chorale for its first
Seeing Patterns. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. concert of the season as they per-
The Main Gallery, 1018 Main St., form Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem in D
Redwood City. A solo exhibition of Minor. For more information call
gallery artist Jean Thrift. Free. For 918-6225.
more information call (415) 987-
7360. For more events visit
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104 Training 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment
TERMS & coNDITIoNS ADvERTISING - BUSINESS - ENGINEERING -
The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi- A/v SUPERvISoR Help build the next generation of sys- Help build the next generation of sys-
HANDyMAN
City Area)
NEEDED (Redwood
fieds will not be responsible for more FT/Ex. Benes. Support and ops Help build the next generation of sys- tems behind Facebook's products. Face- tems behind Facebook's products. Face-
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia- of sound, lighting, video and tems behind Facebook's products. Face- book, Inc. currently has multiple open- book, Inc. currently has multiple open- We are looking for a reliable Handy-
bility shall be limited to the price of one staging for high use conference book, Inc. currently has multiple open- ings in Menlo Park, CA (various ings in Menlo Park, CA (various man to undertake upkeep and repair
insertion. No allowance will be made for ings in Menlo Park, CA (various levels/types): Product Growth Manager levels/types): Enterprise Engineer tasks for the interiors or exteriors of
errors not materially affecting the value center. AA + 2 years event levels/types): communication Design (134108N) Identify innovative solutions in (7074N) Build integrated, scalable, and commercial and residential premises
venue/theater exp. the market through expertise on partners' in the Redwood City area. We'll rely
of the ad. All error claims must be sub- Manager (12683N) Collaborate with writ- capabilities and influence partners to de- robust enterprise applications for Face- on you to keep our facilities in perfect
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis- ers, engineers, strategists and product velop such solutions. Domestic and inter- book. Network Engineer, Deployment condition by doing various odd jobs.
& Support (135291N) Deploy and sup-
ing conditions, please ask for a Rate Apply managers to design and concept in-prod- national travel required. Mail resume to:
Facebook, Inc. Attn: AA-USIM, 1 Hacker port Facebook’s global production and
This position is full time, Monday thru
Friday. Company vehicle will be pro-
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Way, Menlo Park, CA 94025. Must refer- vided and will be available at a desig-
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media. Mail resume to: Facebook, Inc. when applying. delivery network infrastructure. Domestic janitorial company and perform E-Ver-
110 Employment SALES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales Attn: AA-USIM, 1 Hacker Way, Menlo and international travel required. Mail re-
sume to: Facebook, Inc. Attn: AA-USIM,
ify and background checks on all ap-
plicants. Must work in a neat and
Representative needed to sell newspa- Park, CA 94025. Must reference job title 1 Hacker Way, Menlo Park, CA 94025. timely manner and technical knowl-
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marketing solutions. To apply, please call
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cAREGIvERS above, when applying. You must be well-organized with
strong general repair skills. Must be
able to work on your own, work from
task list and communicate issues im-
2 years experience MARKETING - mediately to Maintenance Manager.
Contact us at (510) 527-1078 or by
required. Help build the next generation of sys-
tems behind Facebook's products. Face-
email at ubs@ubsco.com.

book, Inc. currently has multiple open-
ings in Menlo Park, CA (various
Immediate placement levels/types): Marketing Researcher
(135641N) Design and execute innova-
on all assignments. tive quantitative and qualitative research
globally to support the marketing organi-
zation. Position requires travel to various,

call unanticipated domestic and international
locations. Decision Science Manager
(9021N) Partner with marketing, re-
(650)777-9000 search, product, policy and communica-
tions organizations to build Facebook
brands, uncover opportunities, optimize
and improve Marketing to achieve busi-
ness objectives. Mail resume to: Face-
book, Inc. Attn: AA-USIM, 1 Hacker Way,
RIGGER HELPER Menlo Park, CA 94025. Must reference
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Clean DMV. Lifting 50 pounds. applying.
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Help build the next generation of sys-
tems behind WhatsApp's products.
WhatsApp, Inc. currently has multiple
openings in Menlo Park, CA (various lev-
els/types): Decision Scientist
(134389N) Translate data insights into
actions and recommendations that will
drive brand sentiment, user growth and
engagement, and marketing effective-
ness. Mail resume to: WhatsApp, Inc.
Attn: AA-USIM, 1 Hacker Way, Menlo
Park, CA 94025. Must reference job title
& job code shown above, when
applying.
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110 employment 203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices
notice of petition to fictitiouS buSineSS naMe fictitiouS buSineSS naMe name changes described above must file
adMiniSteR eState of StateMent #279422 a written objection that includes the rea-
newSpapeR inteRnS James L. Dellos notice of public StateMent #279247
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business sons for the objection at least two court
Case Number: 18PRO01224
JouRnaliSM To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- heaRing as: Pop Up Wine Shop, 281 Hillsdale as: Beloved Flower Garden, 240 San Be-
nito Ave. Apt. 12, SAN BRUNO, CA
days before the matter is scheduled to
be heard and must appear at the hearing
The Daily Journal is looking for in- tingent creditors, and persons who may Mall, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Regis- 94066. Registered Owner: Jacqueline to show cause why the petition should
terns to do entry level reporting, re- otherwise be interested in the will or es- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- tered Owner: Dreyer Wine, LLC, CA. Lissett Aguilera Torres, same address. not be granted. If no written objection is
search, updates of our ongoing fea- tate, or both, of James L. Dellos. A Peti- EN that on Monday, Novem- The business is conducted by a Limited The business is conducted by an Individ- timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- tion for Probate has been filed by Cindy Liability Company. The registrant com- ual. The registrant commenced to trans- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
so welcome. J. Watts in the Superior Court of Califor- ber 19, 2018 at 7:00 p.m., menced to transact business under the act business under the FBN on petition shall be held on 11/30/18 at 9
nia, County of San Mateo. The Petition (or as soon thereafter as the FBN on N/A. 11/06/2018. a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
for Probate requests that Cindy J. Watts matter is heard) in the Mill- /s/Jonathan H. Dreyer/ /s/Jacqueline Lissett Aguilera Torres/ Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
We expect a commitment of four to be appointed as personal representative
eight hours a week for at least four brae City Council Cham- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- Order to Show Cause shall be published
to administer the estate of the decedent. sor-County Clerk on 11/6/18. (Published at least once each week for four succes-
months. The internship is unpaid, but The petition requests the decedent’s will bers, 621 Magnolia Ave., sor-County Clerk on 10/23/18. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/9/18, sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro- Millbrae, CA, the Millbrae 11/16/18, 11/23/18, 11/30/18). ing on the petition in the following news-
terns have progressed in time into bate. The will and any codicils are avail- 10/26/18, 11/2/18, 11/9/18, 11/16/18). paper of general circulation:
paid correspondents and full-time re- able for examination in the file kept by Planning Commission will San Mateo Daily Journal
porters. the court. conduct a public hearing on fictitiouS buSineSS naMe Filed: 10/18/2018
The petition requests authority to admin- the following matters: fictitiouS buSineSS naMe StateMent #279306 /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
College students or recent graduates ister the estate under the Independent StateMent #279280 The following person is doing business Judge of the Superior Court
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper Administration of Estates Act. (This au- The following person is doing business as: Shearer Law Group, 730 Polhemus Dated: 10/18/2018
experience is preferred but not neces- thority will allow the personal representa- 320 eaSt MillbRae ave: as: La Bolita Magica Tours, 2461 Wright Road, Suite 101, SAN MATEO, CA (Published 10/26/18, 11/2/18, 11/9/18,
sarily required.
tive to take many actions without obtain- deSign Review and Court, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94402. Registered Owner: J. Peter 11/16/18).
ing court approval. Before taking certain Shearer, Esq., 1577 Brandywine Rd.,
very important actions, however, the per- conditional uSe peR- 94080. Registered Owner: Diana Lydia
San Mateo, CA 94402. The business is
Please send a cover letter describing sonal representative will be required to Mit to allow the demolition Garcia, same address. The business is
conducted by an Individual. The regis- conducted by an Individual. The regis-
your interest in newspapers, a resume give notice to interested persons unless and new construction of a trant commenced to transact business
and three recent clips. Before you ap- they have waived notice or consented to trant commenced to transact business under the FBN on N/A.
ply, you should familiarize yourself the proposed action.) The independent
service station and conven- under the FBN on 1997. /s/J. Peter Shearer, Esq./
oRdeR to Show cauSe foR
change of naMe
with our publication. Our Web site: administration authority will be granted ience store with new sig- /s/Diana L. Garcia/ This statement was filed with the Asses- CASE# 18C1V05857
www.smdailyjournal.com. unless an interested person files an ob- nage on property zoned This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 10/25/18. (Publish- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
jection to the petition and shows good Transit-Oriented Develop- sor-County Clerk on 10/24/18. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
Send your information via e-mail to cause why the court should not grant au- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/9/18, 11/16/18, 11/23/18, 11/30/18). 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
thority. ment (TOD) within the Mill- 10/26/18, 11/2/18, 11/9/18, 11/16/18). REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- A hearing on the petition will be held in brae Station Area Specific
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- PETITION OF
this court as follows: DEC. 05 2018 at notice of petition to
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 9:00 a.m., Dept. Probate, Superior Court
Plan (MSASP) at 320 East adMiniSteR eState of
Ming Fu Lee
Millbrae Avenue. (Public fictitiouS buSineSS naMe Claire Lucie Madeleine Dessaux
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
of California, County of San Mateo, 400 StateMent #279276 Petitioner: Ming Fu Lee filed a petition
County Center, Redwood City, CA Hearing) Case Number: 18-PRO-01238 with this court for a decree changing
The following person is doing business
94063. as: plh Productions, LLC, 1421 Hillcrest name as follows:
If you object to the granting of the peti- To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- Present name: Ming Fu Lee
tion, you should appear at the hearing 311 paRaMount dRive: Blvd., MILLBRAE, CA 94030. Regis- tingent creditors, and persons who may Proposed Name: Brandon Ming Fu Lee
SaleS/MaRKeting and state your objections or file written Design review to allow for tered Owner: plh Productions, LLC, CA. otherwise be interested in the will or es-
inteRnShipS objections with the court before the hear- The business is conducted by a Limited tate, or both, of Claire Lucie Madeleine
the addition and renovation Liability Company. The registrant com- Dessaux. A Petition for Probate has
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking ing. Your appearance may be in person interested in this matter shall appear be-
for ambitious interns who are eager to or by your attorney. of an existing two-story split menced to transact business under the been filed by Christian Schalk in the Su- fore this court at the hearing indicated
If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- level, single-family resi- FBN on 01/29/15. perior Court of California, County of San below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
jump into the business arena with both Mateo. The Petition for Probate requests
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs itor of the decedent, you must file your dence and FLOOR AREA /s/Peter Leslie Homer/ that Christian Schalk be appointed as
tition for change of name should not be
claim with the court and mail a copy to This statement was filed with the Asses- granted. Any person objecting to the
of the newspaper and media industries.
the personal representative appointed by RATIO EXCEPTION allow- personal representative to administer the name changes described above must file
This position will provide valuable sor-County Clerk on 10/24/18. (Publish- estate of the decedent.
the court within the later of either (1) four ing more than the maximum ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, a written objection that includes the rea-
experience for your bright future. The petition requests the decedent’s will
Email resume
months from the date of first issuance of allowable square footage in 10/26/18, 11/2/18, 11/9/18, 11/16/18). and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro-
sons for the objection at least two court
letters to a general personal representa- days before the matter is scheduled to
info@smdailyjournal.com tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
a Single-Family Residential bate. The will and any codicils are avail- be heard and must appear at the hearing
(R-1) Zoning District. (Public able for examination in the file kept by to show cause why the petition should
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days fictitiouS buSineSS naMe the court.
from the date of mailing or personal de- Hearing) StateMent #279284 The petition requests authority to admin-
not be granted. If no written objection is
livery to you of a notice under sectioin timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth-
At the time of the hearing, all The following person is doing business ister the estate under the Independent tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
201 personals er California statutes and legal authority interested persons are invit- as: Brush Hog Tree Care, 500 Stone Administration of Estates Act. (This au- petition shall be held on 12/14/18 at 9
Pine Road, HALF MOON BAY, CA thority will allow the personal representa-
SeeKing gentleMan, young at
may affect your rights as a creditor. You ed to appear and be heard. tive to take many actions without obtain-
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
may want to consult with an attorney If you challenge the decision 94019 . Registered Owner: Krystle A. ing court approval. Before taking certain
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
heart, who loves life. I'm 69, F. widowed, knowledgeable in California law. Reneer, 63 Montecito Ave. #2, Pacifica, Order to Show Cause shall be published
coastsider, kind, loving, fun. Love walk- of the City in court, you may very important actions, however, the per- at least once each week for four succes-
You may examine the file kept by the CA 94044. The business is conducted sonal representative will be required to
ing, swimming, singing, photography, court. If you are a person interested in be limited to raising only sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
travel. Lets talk! WRITE: Box 3756, by an Individual. The registrant com- give notice to interested persons unless
the estate, you may file with the court a ing on the petition in the following news-
HMB, 94019. those issues you or some- menced to transact business under the they have waived notice or consented to paper of general circulation:
Request for Special Notice (form DE- FBN on 10/24/2018. the proposed action.) The independent
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- one else raised at the public San Mateo Daily Journal
/s/Krystle A. Reneer/ administration authority will be granted
203 public notices praisal of estate assets or of any petition hearing described in this no- This statement was filed with the Asses- unless an interested person files an ob-
Filed: 11/2/2018
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
or account as provided in Probate Code tice, or in written corre- sor-County Clerk on 10/24/18. (Publish- jection to the petition and shows good Judge of the Superior Court
fictitiouS buSineSS naMe section 1250. A Request for Special No- cause why the court should not grant the
tice form is available from the court clerk. spondence delivered to the ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Dated: 11/1/2018
StateMent #279338 Planning Commission at, or 10/26/18, 11/2/18, 11/9/18, 11/16/18).
authority. (Published 11/9/18, 11/16/18, 11/23/18,
The following person is doing business Attorney for Petitioner: A hearing on the petition will be held in 11/30/18).
as: Come Travel Today, 1825 Mezes Noell Kubota prior to, the public hearing. this court as follows: DEC. 10, 2018 at
Law Office of Noell Kubota For further information or to 9:00 a.m., Department 28, Room 2F,
Ave, BELMONT, CA 94002. Registered 630 North San Mateo Drive fictitiouS buSineSS naMe Superior Court of California, County of
Owner: Deborah Siegle, same address. SAN MATEO, CA 94401 review the materials regard- StateMent #279195 San Mateo, 400 County Center, Red-
The business is conducted by an Individ- (650)579-7535 ing these matters, please The following person is doing business wood City, CA 94063.
ual. The registrant commenced to trans- FILED: 11/5/2018 contact the Millbrae Com- as: Marvelous Nails & Spa, 1485 El Ca- If you object to the granting of the peti- 210 lost & found
act business under the FBN on N/A. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- mino Real #206, BELMONT, CA 94002. tion, you should appear at the hearing
/s/Deborah Siegle/ nal on 11/9/18, 11/16/18,11/17/18 ) munity Development Depart- Registered Owner: Dat Tan Phan, 1001 and state your objections or file written loSt cat. Black and White. Black
This statement was filed with the Asses- ment 621 Magnolia Avenue, S. Main St. #T203, Milpitas, CA 95035. objections with the court before the hear- patch on right eye. REWARD.
sor-County Clerk on 10/30/18. (Publish- Millbrae at (650) 259-2341. The business is conducted by an Individ- ing. Your appearance may be in person Call (323) 439-7713.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ual. The registrant commenced to trans- or by your attorney.
If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
11/2/18, 11/9/18, 11/16/18, 11/23/18). If anyone wishes to appeal act business under the FBN on N/A. itor of the decedent, you must file your books
/s/Dat Tan Phan/ claim with the court and mail a copy to
any final action taken, This statement was filed with the Asses- JaMeS patteRSon hardback books.
the personal representative appointed by
he/she may do so by con- sor-County Clerk on 10/18/18. (Publish- the court within the later of either (1) four 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861
tacting the City Clerk at ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, months from the date of first issuance of
11/2/18, 11/9/18, 11/16/18, 11/23/18). letters to a general personal representa- nicholaS SpaRKS hardback books.
(650) 259-2414, to submit a 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861
tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
written appeal and pay the California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
corresponding fee. An ap- v.logvinov, unuSual Journey to the
fictitiouS buSineSS naMe from the date of mailing or personal de- Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus-
peal letter must be submit- StateMent #279358 livery to you of a notice under sectioin sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695
The following person is doing business 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth-
ted before the end of the ap- er California statutes and legal authority
as: Laurel Christine, 567 Cresta Vista
peal period stated at the Lane, PORTOLA VALLEY, CA 94028.
may affect your rights as a creditor. You 295 art
conclusion of the hearing. may want to consult with an attorney
Registered Owner: Laurel Tincher, same knowledgable in California law. bRuShed finiSh, 15" X 20" frame
11/9/18 address. The business is conducted by You may examine the file kept by the holds 18 various size photos. Never
cnS-3193137# an Individual. The registrant com- court. If you are a person interested in used. $20. 650-369-2486.
San Mateo daily menced to transact business under the the estate, you may file with the court a
FBN on N/A. Request for Special Notice (form DE- oil painting-canvaSS, Victorian
JouRnal /s/Laurel Tincher/ 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00
This statement was filed with the Asses- praisal of estate assets or of any petition OBO (650)515-6091
sor-County Clerk on 10/30/18. (Publish- or account as provided in Probate Code
section 1250. A Request for Special No-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, tice form is available from the court clerk. 296 appliances
11/2/18, 11/9/18, 11/16/18, 11/23/18). Attorney for Petitioner:
Alexander M. Biddle, Esq. aiR conditioneR 10000 BTU w/re-
1900 S. Norfolk St #350 mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
fictitiouS buSineSS naMe SAN MATEO, CA 94403 brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
StateMent #279349 (650)678-2062 0898
fictitiouS buSineSS naMe The following person is doing business FILED: 11/6/18
StateMent #279077 as: A-Smith Wellness, 733 Old County (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
The following person is doing business hotpoint heavy Duty Dryer excellent
Road, Unit H, BELMONT, CA 94002. nal on 11/9/18, 11/16/18, 11/17/18) working condition Burlingame $50 Call
as: SM Motors, 308 7th Ave., SAN MA-
TEO, CA 94401. Registered Owners: Registered Owner: Adin Wills Smith, Dan (408)656-0958
Carlos Enrique Rodriguez Elias and San- same address. The business is conduct-
dra Lorena Rodriguez, 1 W Santa Inez ed by an Individual. The registrant com- KenMoRe window A/C (vert. open-
Ave. #N, San Mateo, CA 94402. The menced to transact business under the ing) 8700 btu. New in box. $200.00 as
business is conducted by a Married Cou- FBN on 9/1/18. is. David Butler (415)608- 1214.
ple. The registrant commenced to trans- /s/Adin Smith/
act business under the FBN on N/A. This statement was filed with the Asses- oRdeR to Show cauSe foR Maytag waSheR excellent working
/s/Sandra Lorena Rodriguez/ change of naMe condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
sor-County Clerk on 10/30/18. (Publish- CASE# 18CIV05596
This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, (408)656-0958
sor-County Clerk on 10/9/18. (Published SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
11/2/18, 11/9/18, 11/16/18, 11/23/18). COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Mfg h20labS Model 300 exc cond
10/19/18, 10/26/18, 11/2/18, 11/9/18). 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
fictitiouS buSineSS naMe PETITION OF Mixa MixeR with bowel twin motor
fictitiouS buSineSS naMe StateMent #279029 Nimfa Edullantes Arsua $50.00 (650)576-5026
StateMent #279170 The following person is doing business TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
The following person is doing business as:Luggage Delivery Services SFO, Petitioner: Nimfa Edullantes Arsua filed a new, SingeR Sewing Machine Univer-
as: LMNC, 455 Helen Drive, MILLBRAE, 3881 Colby Way, SAN BRUNO, CA petition with this court for a decree sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma-
CA 94030. Registered Owners: Lisa M. 94066. Registered Owner: Glenn Allan changing name as follows: chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222
Morse and Merrin V. Morse, same ad- R. Duldulao, same address. The busi- Present name:
dress. The business is conducted by a Nimfa Edullantes Arsua-Ango-og RiccaR 500 hi performance upright vac-
ness is conducted by an Individual. The Proposed Name:
Married Couple. The registrant com- registrant commenced to transact busi- uum $75.00 (650)576-5026
menced to transact business under the Nimfa Edullantes Arsua-Ang-og
ness under the FBN on N/A. RooM heateR Electric 1320 Watts, Ar-
FBN on N/A. /s/Glenn Allan R. Duldulao/
/s/Lisa M. Morse/ THE COURT ORDERS that all persons vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5.
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- interested in this matter shall appear be- (650)952-3500
sor-County Clerk on 10/16/18. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 10/3/18. (Published fore this court at the hearing indicated
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/2/18, below to show cause, if any, why the pe- Sewing Machine-Royal XL 6000
10/19/18, 10/26/18, 11/2/18, 11/9/18). 11/9/18, 11/16/18, 11/23/18). tition for change of name should not be Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150.
granted. Any person objecting to the (650)342-8436.
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296 appliances 298 Collectibles 298 Collectibles 304 furniture 308 tools 310 misc. for sale
vaCuum CLEanEr (reconditioned) BarBiE DoLL of the World collection toPPs BasEBaLL complete set 1987 soLiD WooD Entertainment Center- Lg CraftsmEn shop vac 6.5hp $60 motLEY CruE lp signed by neil lee
$20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 $10.00. Call (650)872-2371 thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In (510)943-9221 sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019
4474 Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
WEstErn WashBoarD Sales made DEPrEssion gLass Dining Plate. 8 X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o shoPsmith mark V 50th Anniversary nEgrini fEnCing Epee mask size M
of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C. 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. (925)482-5742 most attachments. $1,500/OBO. & France Lames 5 epee blade $95
$75. phone 650-369-2486. $12 (650)762-6048 299 Computers (650)504-0585 (415)260-6940
taBLE 24"x48" folding legs each end.
LEnnox rED Rose, Unused, hand vintagE Craftsman Jig Saw. Circa
297 Bicycles painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
19" CoLor Monitor with stand VG con-
dition power cord/owners manual includ-
Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
1947. $60. (650)245-7517
nEW LaWn SWING 5'1/2" W x 5 '6" H
$100 (650) 678-6428 aft. 6pm
$130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
aDuLt BikEs 1 regular and 2 with bal- $12.00. (650) 578 9208. ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857
vintagE shoPsmith and BanD oLD stYLE Water dispenser-iron stand-
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 taBLE LamP with brown base & gold saW, good shape. $300/obo. Call
miLLEr LitE Neon sign , work good rECorDaBLE CD-r 74, Sealed, Unop- trim, 30" tall. $10.00. Call 650-872-2371 clay pot-5gal. glass bottle $75. (650)873-
$59 call (650)218-6528 (650)342-6993 6304
ChiLD’s sChWinn BiCYCLE, BLuE in ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. (650) 578 9208 tWin BED frame-black wrought iron
oLD, antiquE, Bottle Collection: 20 from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341 raY-Ban toP Bar Sunglasses
mountain bike for sale $35. Runs good. bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi-
Burlingame. Phone 650-342-5220. 300 toys tWin BED, mattress, box spring, frame
WELDEr- LinCoLn AC 220 amps 240
volts $199.00 (650)948-4895
wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light-
PorCELain DoLL collection $10.00. $ 50. (650)598-9804. weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591-
mountain BikE new 21 gears $100. Call (650)872-2371. amEriCan fLYEr locomotive runs 6596
(650)722-3634 smaLL rug beater. $15.00 (650)207-
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 tWin BED- Free you pick up. Call 309 office Equipment
(650)344-2109 samsonitE 26" tan hard-sided suit
mountain BikE. Top brand. Runs 4162 LargE stuffED ANIMALS - $3 each LaPtoP CasE or bag. Black. Like new. case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
good. $39. (660)342-5220 Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 usED BEDroom Furniture, FREE. Call Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564. $45. (650)328-6709
star Wars R2-D2, original 1998 un-
opened action figure. $15 in San Carlos. (650)573-7381.
star Wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader siLk sarEE 6 yards new nice color.for
298 Collectibles Steve 650-518-6614 $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 vEnEEr ChEst 6.5’ high, 3 ft. wide
310 misc. for sale $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
$99 (650)322-2814. formation.
BaDgE, 7 Star Special Security Offi- tELEsCoPE-CELEstron astro 200 PLastiC trading card holders; $15;
cer;$25- will text picture (650)218-0121 Master Newtonian Reflector, w/ tro/pod 302 antiques WaLL unit/room Divider. Simple (650)591-9769 San Carlos sink, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet,
San Carlos stand, Like New $150.00 lines. Breaks down for transportation. $15.00 (650)544-5306
Call (415)239-1348. antiquE hEmingraY Glass Tele- 500-600 Big Band-era 78's--most mint,
graph Pole Insulator. Aqua colored. Pris- $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 sLr LEns Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6
tine condition. 4.5"X3.25" $15 (650)762- Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171
tEChnoLogY - 6048 WaLnut ChEst, small (4 drawer with BEssY smaLL Evening Hand Bag With
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 sLr LEns Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6
Help build the next generation of systems behind Facebook's products. Facebook, BEEr stEins-originaL from Germa- WhitE WiCkEr Armoire, asking $100, Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
Inc. currently has multiple openings in Menlo Park, CA (various levels/types): Data ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info BifoLD shuttErs 2x28”x79 $10.00
great condition, text for picture (650)571- (650)544-5306 tirEs-sEt of four P225 45 R18 $80
Engineer (DEBsoCt18n) Design, build, and launch data pipelines to move data (650)592-7483 0947
across systems and build the next generation of data tools that generate business OBO (650)359-2238.
BLuE oYstEr cult lp signed by donald
insights for a product. Bachelor’s degree required. Experience may be required de- r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash
pending on level/type. Data Engineer (DEmsoCt18n) Design, build, and launch WooD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x tunturi roWing Machine, Good
mahoganY antiquE Secretary desk, 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 (408)661-6019
data pipelines to move data across systems and build the next generation of data 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- Condition, $75, (650)483-1222
tools that generate business insights for a product. Master’s degree required. Expe- elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. Cash rEgistEr Parts; Much Skin Not uniDEn harLEY Davidson Gas Tank
rience may be required depending on level/type. Data scientist (DsBsoCt18n)
Apply your expertise in quantitative analysis, data mining, and the presentation of rosEviLLE tuLiP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. 306 housewares Guts $500 (415)269-4784 phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
data to see beyond the numbers and understand how Facebook users interact with $45. (650)574-2490. ComEaLong 3/4 ton chain $25 (650) WaLkEr - Good Condition - Like New -
our consumer and business products.?Bachelor’s degree required. Experience may ComPLEtE sEt OF CHINA - Windsor
Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, 873-6304 $35 (650)341-5347
be required depending on level/type. Data scientist (DsmsoCt18n) Apply your 303 Electronics
expertise in quantitative analysis, data mining, and the presentation of data to see 20-pieces in original box, never used. CosCo PLaY Pen with travel bag. Used
beyond the numbers and understand how Facebook users interact with our consum- $250 per box (3 boxes available). once $35 (650)591-2981 311 musical instruments
er and business products.? Master’s degree required. Experience may be required Cannon CoPiEr. $20. 650-342-5220. (650)342-5630
depending on level/type. Data scientist (DsPhoCt18n) Apply your expertise in Cut gLass serving bowl 8" diameter 1929 antiquE Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut-
quantitative analysis, data mining, and the presentation of data to see beyond the frEE tELEvision - Mitsubishi, hummEL WaLL Plate 71/2"dia. 1981 $25. Call 650-921-4016 ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call
numbers and understand how Facebook users interact with our consumer and busi- 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not Boy w/umbrella $15. (650)344-4756 (650)742-6776.
ness products. PhD degree required. Experience may be required depending on Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local DELuxE foLDEr Walker - 5" wheels -
level/type. Engineering manager (EmBsoCt18n) Manage engineers working with Delivery available. roYaL- oPEnhagEn xmas Wall Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 BaLDWin BaBY GRAND 1928 vintage
the engineering teams to build products and/or infrastructure required to support the Plates 7 7/8" dia. 1976, l980,1984 $10 in walnut. $7500.00 w/bench (415)608-
motoroLa Bravo MB 520 (android ea. (650)344-4756 frEE magazinEs. Library discards
products at scale. Bachelor’s degree required. Experience may be required depend- year old ones. Wide variety. Good for 1214
ing on level/type. Engineering manager (EmmsoCt18n) Manage engineers work- 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD
card Belmont (650)595-8855 sink DouBLE cast iron. Good condi- crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074
ing with the engineering teams to build products and/or infrastructure required to ChromatiC harmoniCa: Horner
support the products at scale. Master’s degree required. Experience may be re- tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
onkYo av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital hat, t-shirt, sweatshirt and comput-
quired depending on level/type. Product manager (PmBsoCt18n) Engage in all erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648 (650)278-5776.
Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
stages of a product’s lifecycle and drive product development. Work with engineers
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 308 tools
and designers from ideation, technical design, and development to the testing, pro- LionEL Christmas Holiday expan-
duction, and/or release of the product. Bachelor’s degree required. Experience may antiquE iron Hand Drills. 3 available sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 EPiPhonE LEs Paul Custom Prophecy
be required depending on level/type. Product manager (PmmsoCt18n) Engage in PhiLLiPs-50” CoLor t.v., Heavy, $99
(650)591-8062 at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00.
all stages of a product’s lifecycle and drive product development. Work with engi- LionEL WEstErn Union Pass car and (650)421-5469.
neers and designers from ideation, technical design, and development to the test- Briggs & Stratton Lawn Mower with dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
ing, production, and/or release of the product. Master’s degree required. Experience 304 furniture Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00. EvErEtt uPright antique piano.
may be required depending on level/type. Production Engineer (PEBsoCt18n) (650)771-6324. mEiLink safE-firE Proof, Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
Participate in the design, implementation and ongoing management of major site 2 WaLnut 3-drawer nitestands. Tops 50”x31”X31”, 2200lbs $1200
R set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
applications and subsystems. Bachelor’s degree required. Experience may be re- need work but very good cond. $20/ea Craftsman 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" www.elo.deals (415)309-3892 Piano - Antique Upright in very good
quired depending on level/type. Production Engineer (PEmsoCt18n) Participate (650)952-3466. dado condition. $60/obo. (650)365-5718
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on level/type. research scientist (rsmsoCt18n) Research, design, and develop with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
new optimization algorithms and techniques to improve the efficiency and perform-

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quired depending on level/type. research scientist (rsPhoCt18n) Research, feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
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Create web and/or mobile applications that reach over one billion people, and build (650)593-7408
high-volume servers to support our content. Bachelor’s degree required. Experience 5 And engines 47 Court figures, for work
may be required depending on level/type. software Engineer (sWEmsoCt18n)
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may be required depending on level/type. Computer vision Engineer (7026n) De- BroWn Living room chair with cush- soother Planet byline pronoun station
sign, develop and implement novel hand and interaction tracking algorithms across
all Facebook and Oculus products.  Camera systems Engineer (135036n) Define
ion. Dimensions 38"W, 32"H, 37"D.
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engineering requirement specifications for the design, test and manufacturing of (650)872-2371 16 Datum in a 8 Texting alternative 60 Sommelier’s
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required. manager, Partner Engineering (8501n) Deeply understand Facebook Bunk BEDs for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
Platform and underlying implementation. Travel to various, unanticipated sites years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or 17 Impediment sort 62 “__ you out of
throughout the United States required. tech Lead, growth and analytics (4645n) B/O (650)685-2494 19 Neighborhood 10 “Phooey!”
Leverage data and business principles to solve large scale web, mobile, and data
gathering 11 __-cheap 54 __ Ration your mind?”
infrastructure problems. technical Program manager (134070n) Articulate the
technology, requirements, goals and milestones of your team. Enterprise Engineer
CommoDE, gooD condition. $20 obo.
Please call (650)745-6309 20 Outcasts 12 Like some JFK 55 Guesstimate 63 “All opposed”
(133794n) Build integrated, scalable, and robust enterprise applications for Face- 21 Boiling point? flights phrase reply
13 Lid issue
book. Design verification Engineer (134297n) Implement the testing infrastructure ComPutEr DEsk (glass) & chair. Like
22 “No seats” sign
to validate new core IP implementations and contribute to development and optimi-
zation of state of the art vision and sensing algorithms for Oculus. Data Engineer
new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or
gtecher@comcast.net 23 Score after deuce 18 Verbal jab ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
(133809n) Design, build, and launch data pipelines to move data across systems
and build the next generation of data tools that generate business insights for a ComPutEr sWivEL CHAIR. Padded 25 Beach application 21 Cassis apéritif
product. Product Designer (134981n) Design and prototype new features for Face- Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 28 Billion-dollar 23 Penitent
book's website or mobile applications. Engineering Program manager (134490n) pharmaceuticals 24 Mirage site
25 Knitter’s coil
CozY rECLinEr in good condition.
34 More than
Contribute to engineering program activities from product concept to launch. Pro-
gram analyst, network Planning and analytics (134931n) Engage with opera- Purchased one year ago. $90.00
tors and infrastructure partners using data analytics, metrics and tools to help them (650)722-6318 suspect 26 Family reunion
transform their networks and infrastructure. Position requires at least 15% domestic
DEsk, gD. cond. $99.99 or b.o. 36 Early attendee
27 At all
and international travel. Mail resume to: Facebook, Inc. Attn: AA-USIM, 1 Hacker
Way, Menlo Park, CA 94025. Must reference job title & job code shown above, (650)458-3578 20th-century
when applying. touring cars 29 A pass may
Dining room Table-Antique,Oak, 37 Part of a joke cover one
5chairs, w/ extension $350 (650)290- 38 Lingering effect 30 Brief rules?
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39 Not as dotty 31 City in New
41 Colorado tributary York’s Mohawk
Dining taBLE (36"x54") and 4 match- 42 Massey of old Valley
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for
films 32 Stalin-era prison
33 Dramatic
$250 .(650)-654-1930.
44 Thoroughbred’s
Dining taBLE - WITH Extension, six dad outpouring
CitY of PaCifiCa notiCE of hEaring chairs, Solid wood, Vintage 1950’s, $450
(650)692-8012. 45 “Git!” 35 Policy __
46 One with a lot to 40 Readied, as
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of DrEssEr 4-DraWEr in Belmont for
learn, perhaps leftovers 11/09/18
the City of Pacifica will conduct a public hearing on Monday, $75. Good condition; good for children.
November 19, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Call (650)678-8585 49 Obstruction
2212 Beach Boulevard, Pacifica, to consider the following: 50 Pushed the
doorbell
DrEssEr-antiquE vanitY Combo, 3
beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $550
LoCaL CoastaL Program (LCP) PoLiCiEs (650)290-3188 51 Night school subj.
rEgarDing sEa LEvEL risE rELatED CoastaL fuLL sizE bed wood frame with pillow 53 Scandinavian bar
hazarDs. The Planning Commission will consider policies top mattress $100.00 B/O (650)576-5026 exchange
related to sea level rise adaptation for incorporation into the 57 Corrode
61 Local anesthesia
gLiDEr rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
Draft Local Coastal Plan, which is applicable to Pacifica's lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644.
coastal zone. CEQA status: Not applicable per CEQA Guide- effect
62 Device with
ikEa DrEssEr, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
lines Section 15265. 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
pulleys
64 Words in some
Anyone interested may appear and be heard at the time and ikEa taBLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
$ 30. (650)598-9804.
place noted above. If any of the above actions are challenged English resort
in court, issues that may be raised are limited to those raised nEW DELuxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must town names
at the public hearing or in written correspondence delivered to Sell! (650) 875-8159. 65 Major fit
the City at, or prior to, the public hearing. 66 First name in
homespun humor
nEW tWin Mattress set plus frame
Text of the proposed policies and other information are availa- $30.00 (650) 347-2356
67 Word aptly
ble for public review at the Planning Department, 1800 Fran-
represented
niagara viBrating Adjustable bed
cisco Boulevard, Pacifica. These items will also be posted at good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
least 72 hours prior to the meeting on the City's website at (408)656-0958 by four black
http://pacificacityca.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. squares in this
puzzle
offiCE tYPE 34"X 60" heavy solid
wood with formica wood grain top $25
(650) 787-9753 68 Watched carefully
Tina Wehrmeister rECLining Chair, wine colored $30, 69 Exchange jabs
Planning Director (650)-583-4985
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311 Musical instruments 318 sports equipment 379 open houses 620 automobiles 620 automobiles 625 classic cars
hUge lUdWig Drum Set Silver Sparkle oNe dozeN Official League Diamond hoNda ‘06 Element-Sp, 4wd, Black, datsUN ‘79 510 Sedan grey original
& Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger don’t lose money 49,000 miles, $7,700 (650)574-1198 condition clean inside and out $4,000
Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500
(916)975-4969
(650)771-6324. opeN hoUse on a trade-in or (650)364-3562
priNce teNNis 2 section nylon black
Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket-
listiNgs consignment!
Mazda ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con-
dition One owner Fully loaded Low Mercedes ‘74 450 SEL, One owner,
piaNo, Upright, in excellent condi- miles reduced $16,995 obo (650)520-
tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769 $55.(650)341-8342 No Accidents, Needs engine work, Pale
List your Open House 4650 Yellow, $2,500 OBO (650)375-1350.
player piaNo 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- total gyM XLS, excellent condition. in the Daily Journal. sell your vehicle in the
sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
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(650)588-0828 Reach over 83,450 Completely rebuilt. 20K obo. (650)851-
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Acting California Gov. Gavin Newsom
declared a state of emergency for the fire-
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Fire officials said the flames were being
fueled by winds, low humidity, dry air and
severely parched brush and ground from
Shari Bernacett said her husband tried to months without rain.
get people to leave the Paradise mobile “Basically, we haven’t had rain since last
McLean estimated that a couple of thou- home park they manage. He “knocked on media. And just praying for a miracle, hon-
sand structures were destroyed in the town estly,” said Curtis, who lives in Salt Lake May or before that,” said Read, the fire
doors, yelled and screamed” to alert as chief. “Everything is a very receptive fuel
of 27,000 residents about 180 miles north- many residents as possible, Bernacett said. City, Utah.
east of San Francisco, was ordered to get Officials were sending as many firefight- bed. It’s a rapid rate of spread.”
“My husband tried his best to get every-
out. The extent of the injuries and specific ers as they could, Cal Fire spokesman Rick At the hospital in Paradise, more than 60
body out. The whole hill’s on fire. God
damage count was not immediately known Carhart said. patients were evacuated to other facilities
help us!” she said before breaking down
as officials could not access the dangerous “Every engine that we could put on the and some buildings caught fire and were
crying. She and her husband grabbed their
area. fire is on the fire right now, and more are damaged. But the main facility, Adventist
dog, jumped in their pickup truck and drove
Butte County Cal Fire Chief Darren Read coming,” he said. “There are dozens of Health Feather River Hospital, was not,
through flames before getting to safety,
said at a news conference that two fire- strike teams that we’re bringing in from all spokeswoman Jill Kinney said.
she said.
fighters and multiple residents were Terrifying videos posted on social media parts of the state.” Some of the patients were initially
injured. showed cars driving along roads that The sheriff confirmed reports that evac- turned around during their evacuation
As she fled, Gina Oviedo described a dev- looked like tunnels of fire with flames on uees had to abandon their vehicles. because of gridlocked traffic and later air-
astating scene in which flames engulfed both sides of the road. Rescuers were trying to put them in other lifted to other hospitals, along with staff,
homes, sparked explosions and toppled Concerned friends and family posted vehicles, he said. Kinney said.
utility poles. frantic messages on Twitter and other sites “We’re working very hard to get people Four hospital employees were briefly
“Things started exploding,” Oviedo said. saying they were looking for loved ones, out. The message I want to get out is: If you trapped in the basement and rescued by
“People started getting out of their vehi- particularly seniors who lived at retirement can evacuate, you need to evacuate,” Honea California Highway Patrol officers,
cles and running.” homes or alone. said. Kinney said.
An Associated Press photographer saw Among them was Kim Curtis, who was The wildfire was reported around day- The National Weather Service issued red-
dozens of businesses and homes leveled or searching for her grandmother, who told break. Within six hours, it had grown to flag warnings for fire dangers in many
in flames, including a liquor store and gas family at 8 a.m. Thursday that she would more than 26 square miles, Gaddie said. areas of the state, saying low humidity and
station. flee her Paradise home in her Buick with Th i ck g ray s mo k e an d as h fi l l ed t h e strong winds were expected to continue
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THE YACHT-MASTER II
The ultimate skippers’ watch, steeped in yachting competition and performance,
featuring an innovative regatta chronograph with a unique programmable countdown.
It doesn’t just tell time. It tells history.

OYSTER PERPETUAL YACHT-MASTER II

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