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SUPREME COURT

TACKLES PRISON
WIKILEAKS RELEASE
ISRAEL SAYS ARABS AGREE ON IRAN THREAT; U.S. SAYS LEAKS
ARE A CRIME,THREATENS PROSECUTION
NINERS CLIP
CARDINALS
STATE PAGE 4 WORLD PAGE 8 SPORTS PAGE 11

Tuesday • Nov. 30, 2010 • Vol XI, Edition 90 www.smdailyjournal.com

Budget solutions shot down


San Mateo study session on budget draws a variety of ideas
By Bill Silverfarb Councilman David Lim, John Lee, who gave his come up with a plan to stem the deficit by
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF who also hinted that the own ideas as to why con- sharing services with other cities, deciding
city’s restrictions on sultants are a necessity, which city services are “essential” and seek-
A number of new ideas to solve San Mateo’s building-height limits why management is paid ing wage concessions from its employees,
ongoing structural deficit came out of a study may need to be lifted to so well and why it would who eat up roughly 76 percent of San Mateo’s
session Monday night including asking upper help the city realize be impractical to put a cap $76.9 million general fund.
greater income. on expenditures. The deficit is expected to grow to $7.1 mil-
management employees to take salary reduc-
Most of Lim’s ideas, The city’s structural lion by fiscal year 2012-13, according to a
tions, placing a moratorium on consultant staff report.
spending and putting a cap on revenue. however, were not favor- deficit is approaching $5.4
Those ideas were all suggested by David Lim ably received by Mayor John Lee million and city staff has See BUDGET, Page 19

AP testing not
a requirement
District moves to clarify policy
on advanced placement classes
By Heather Murtagh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Students enrolled in advanced placement classes in the San


Mateo Union High School District are not required to take the
BILL SILVERFARB/DAILY JOURNAL exam bearing the same name, although it’s encouraged — a
A man was shot and killed at an apartment complex on Madison Avenue in Redwood City Sunday night that police are distinction officials plan to make in the coming weeks after
investigating as gang-related. parents pointed out the stress students were under by the
implication.

Two in custody after gang killing


By Bill Silverfarb Ave., a few blocks from El Camino Real, taken as evidence, Hart said.
While San Mateo Union welcomes all students in advanced
courses, student expectations has come under question.
District policy encourages enrolled students to take the AP
test administered by the College Board in the spring. Schools,
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF when a group of five or six, possibly on The firearm used in the shooting has using contracts enrolled students are asked to sign, however,
bicycles, approached him at about 8 p.m. not been recovered and no shell casings
Two alleged Norteño gangmembers and started shouting gang slogans, Hart were found at the scene, Hart said. See TESTS, Page 18
were arrested for their parts in a fatal said. Police were conducting follow-up
shooting Sunday night and police are
looking for three or four other suspects,
said Redwood City police Sgt. Sean
Cuevas was physically assaulted
before being shot, Hart said.
Police are not sure where at the com-
interviews yesterday to see if any resi-
dents of the complex witnessed the inci-
dent.
Residents stayed mostly inside
Killer denied parole
By Michelle Durand
Hart. plex the shooting took place and the vic-
An 18-year-old Redwood City resi- tim may have tried to chase his shooter Sunday night and were apprehensive to DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
dent and 17-year-old Palo Alto resident into an alleyway between Madison and speak with police, Hart said.
are in custody, Hart said, and police Jackson avenues before collapsing and Yesterday, some residents of the com- A state prisoner who tried to cover up his murder of a tran-
dying. plex said they heard multiple shots fired sient 24 years ago by placing the body on the railroad tracks
believe the 18-year-old is responsible for
but did not know who the victim was or in Redwood City was denied parole for five years — two
killing Julio Pantoja Cuevas, who lived The victim was pronounced dead at
where he lived. years after being recommended for release.
in unincorporated Redwood City. the scene.
The apartment complex has 16 units More than three years after a state parole board found that
Cuevas, 21, was visiting some friends Police have not determined if Cuevas
at an apartment complex at 426 Madison was a gang member and a bicycle was See SHOOTING, Page 27 See PAROLE, Page 27
2 Tuesday • Nov. 30, 2010 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Quote of the Day Snapshot Inside


“What was said privately is New
now in the open....The Arab world alignment
Obama
is growing tired of Iran as a source of and GOP,room
instability and trying to force itself on Arab for deals and
confrontations
affairs.Iran maybe will face a stronger and
more unified voices of opposition in the region.” See page 7
— Sami Alfaraj,Kuwait Center for Strategic Studies
“Israel says Arabs agree on Iran threat,” see page 8

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Tuesday night: Partly cloudy. Lows around weighed down
40. East winds 5 to 10 mph. by Europe
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. A chance of
rain. Highs in the mid to upper 50s. See page 10
Southeast winds 5 to 10 mph.
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the mid 40s. Light winds. Surfers carry their surfboards on a beach in Tel Aviv after surfing in the
Thursday: Mostly cloudy. A chance of rain. Highs in the Mediterranean Sea in Israel.
upper 50s.

Lotto This Day in History Thought for the Day


The United States and Britain signed “The real problem is what to do with the
Nov. 27 Super Lotto Plus
7 17 18 24 37
Mega number
5
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7 8 0 0 1782 preliminary peace articles in Paris, end-
ing the Revolutionary War.
problem solvers after the problems are solved.”
— Gay Talese, American author and journalist

Nov. 26 Mega Millions Daily three midday


In 1803, Spain completed the process of ceding Louisiana to
France, which had sold it to the United States. Birthdays
5 9 34 43 47 8 9 7 4 In 1835, Samuel Langhorne Clemens — better known as Mark
Mega number Twain — was born in Florida, Mo.
Daily three evening In 1874, British statesman Sir Winston Churchill was born at
Fantasy Five Blenheim Palace.
7 2 6
5 8 14 30 37 In 1900, Irish writer Oscar Wilde died in Paris at age 46.
In 1936, London’s famed Crystal Palace, constructed for the
Great Exhibition of 1851, was destroyed in a fire.
The Daily Derby race winners are No.6 Whirl Win
In 1939, the Winter War began as Soviet troops invaded Finland.
in first place; No. 10 Solid Gold in second place;
(The conflict ended the following March with a Soviet victory.)
and No.2 Lucky Star in third place.The race time
In 1960, the last DeSoto was built by Chrysler, which had decid- TV personality Former football Actor-director Ben
was clocked at 1:47:67. ed to retire the brand after 32 years. Dick Clark is 81. and baseball player Stiller is 45.
In 1962, U Thant of Burma, who had been acting secretary-gen- Bo Jackson is 48.
State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,6 eral of the United Nations following the death of Dag
Nation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8 Hammarskjold the year before, was elected to a four-year term. Historian Jacques Barzun is 103. Actor Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
Opinion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 In 1966, the former British colony of Barbados became inde- is 92. Actor Robert Guillaume is 83. Radio talk show host G.
Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 pendent. Gordon Liddy is 80. Country singer-recording executive
Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-15 In 1981, the United States and the Soviet Union opened negoti- Jimmy Bowen is 73. Movie director Ridley Scott is 73. Singer
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own slate of electors. Idol is 55. Historian Michael Beschloss is 55. Rock musician
Publisher Editor in Chief Five years ago: President George W. Bush gave an unflinching John Ashton (The Psychedelic Furs) is 53. Comedian Colin
Jerry Lee Jon Mays defense of his Iraq war strategy in a speech at the U.S. Naval Mochrie is 53. Rapper Jalil (Whodini) is 47. Rock musician
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Tennessee say a man accused of making workers. Most importantly, they say she name in Boulder, home of CU’s main
three bogus calls to 911 told them he was didn’t panic as they worked to reach her campus. They’ll bring in breakfast burri-
THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
by Mike Argirion and Jeff Knurek bored and anxious because he had not in the precarious position. tos and Gatorade the morning after a
Unscramble these four Jumbles, smoked a cigarette in two days. She was taken to Butler Memorial party — and clean up the mess.
one letter to each square, Twenty-year-old Alex Lee Baker of Hospital with minor injuries. The Daily Camera in Boulder reports
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Clarksville was charged with making the that Marc Simons started cleaning party
LAFAT calls Sunday during a 35-minute stretch. Boy’s savings to help houses about a year ago for extra cash
The first caller claimed to be a witness rebuild burned fire station and realized he’d found a niche, despite
©2010 Tribune Media Services, Inc. to a murder. The second claimed he had the bad economy.
All Rights Reserved.
been stabbed, while the third said a CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A 5-year- He teamed up with high school friend
IDDEA woman had been killed and buried. old West Virginia boy has donated his Alex Vere-Nicoll and started Hangover
Police said Monday that all the calls life savings — nearly $46 in change — Helpers.
originated from a phone owned by to help rebuild a volunteer fire station They charge $15 per roommate.
Baker, who remained jailed on $15,000 that burned down in an Oct. 1 electrical They’re already getting some calls but
PLAACA
bond. A spokesman said Baker had not fire. expect business to pick up in spring,
retained a lawyer. The Charleston Gazette reported Boulder’s prime party season.
Saturday that Joshua Shaffer donated
REESOI
Now arrange the circled letters
Woman rescued from $45.85 from his piggy bank to help Elderly man accused of
to form the surprise answer, as pickup stuck in tree top rebuild the main station of the Sissonville whacking deputy with cane
suggested by the above cartoon. Volunteer Fire Department north of
“ ” EVANS CITY, Pa. — Rescue crews Charleston. CALLAWAY, Fla. — Authorities say
Answer: IT
had to use ropes and ladders to retrieve a Tom Miller, with the fire department’s an irate 84-year-old man hit a deputy in
(Answers tomorrow) western Pennsylvania woman from her board of directors, says the donation the stomach with his cane when the offi-
Jumbles: BASSO ANKLE BOUNCE STIGMA
Yesterday’s
Answer: The high roller left the casino with a small pickup truck after it ran off a road and underscores community support for cer warned him to leave a clinic where he
fortune because he — LOST A BIG ONE landed in tree tops about 30 feet above rebuilding. He says West Virginia had been cursing at an office manager.
ground in a ravine. schoolchildren have raised more than The News Herald newspaper reports
Police say they’ll be citing 33-year-old $5,000 already. that the northwest Florida man was
Dana Bowser for driving too fast for con- arrested and charged with disorderly
ditions on Route 68 near Evans City. Who ya gonna call after conduct and resisting an officer.
That’s about 25 miles north of Bay County sheriff’s deputies were
Pittsburgh. party? Hangover Helpers called to Callaway Clinic on Wednesday
State police say Bowser lost control BOULDER, Colo. — Your head aches, night because the man was yelling and
near a culvert that carries the highway you’re hungry and your house is littered cursing at an office manager.
THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Tuesday • Nov. 30, 2010 3

Hearing set in birthday party killing


By Michelle Durand for life without parole if death. According to neighbors and police after
Police reports
Can you dig it?
A man was in the middle of the street with
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF found true on top of the the shooting, Mendoza and his friends were at a shovel at the intersection of Main and
other convictions. She has the community center for a quincenera when Elm streets in Redwood City before 3:57
The woman prosecutors say provided the pleaded not guilty and yes- another group arrived and began belting them p.m. Friday, Nov. 19.
gun used to kill one teen and injure another at terday was ordered back to with Corona bottles. During the skirmish,
a Redwood City birthday party six years ago court Dec. 13 for a prelim- Cervantes allegedly pulled a gun from her
inary hearing on the evi- purse and handed it to her common-law hus-
will learn in a matter of weeks if she’ll stand
dence, according to court band, Heriberto Sanchez, who shot Mendoza
REDWOOD CITY
trial on charges including murder.
records clerks. fatally and a 16-year-old boy in the leg. Petty theft. An unlocked vehicle was rum-
Ana Delia Cervantes, 26, is also accused of Cervantes’ defense attor- maged through on Rosemary Lane before
purposely leading investigators astray about Ana Cervantes Sanchez fled while Cervantes purposely lied
ney Eric Liberman has to authorities about the shooter’s identity and 7:01 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 23.
the shooter’s identity in the 2004 incident contended she was returning on her own voli- Burglary. A woman’s mouth was covered
before she herself fled. She was apprehended direction of flight. He remains at large and
tion to clear up the pending charges and arrest there is still an outstanding warrant for his and she was held down during a home bur-
Sept. 19 crossing the border from Mexico warrant. glary on Hampshire Avenue before 9:55 a.m.
back into the United States and returned to arrest.
Although Cervantes did not allegedly pull Tuesday, Nov. 23.
San Mateo County for prosecution. the trigger that killed Vicente Elisondo Vandalism. Two individuals broke a car win-
Cervantes is charged with murder, attempt- Mendoza in April 2004, prosecutors charged dow with a bat on El Camino Real before
Michelle Durand can be reached by e-mail:
ed murder and aiding a criminal. An added her with murder because they say she partici- michelle@smdailyjournal.com or by phone: (650) 6:29 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 23.
gang enhancement could send her to prison pated in a crime that resulted in a person’s 344-5200 ext. 102. Stolen vehicle. A vehicle was stolen on
Topaz Street before 9:41 a.m. Sunday, Nov.

Diverse judicial panel named to hear Prop 8 appeal 21.


Burglary. Tools were taken from a shop on
Chemical Way before 2:13 p.m. Saturday,
By Lisa Leff Reinhardt and N. Randy Smith of the 9th U.S. Circuit’s most liberal jurists. Hawkins, a 65- Nov. 20.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Circuit Court of Appeals were randomly year-old Arizonan, was appointed by President Gun shots heard. Gun shots were heard on
assigned the landmark case from the court’s Bill Clinton in 1994. Smith, 61, was appointed Stambaugh Street before 10:26 p.m.
SAN FRANCISCO — Two judges appoint- pool of 27 active judges. by President George W. Bush in 2007 and Saturday, Nov. 20.
ed by Democratic presidents and one named The panel is scheduled to hear arguments keeps his chambers in his native Idaho. Suspicious person. A man with an umbrella
by a Republican will decide if a San Francisco next week over the constitutionality of the Proposition 8’s sponsors are appealing was soliciting door to door on Sapphire Street
trial judge improperly struck down voter-approved ban, known as Proposition 8. Chief U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker’s before 8:24 p.m. Friday, Nov. 19.
California’s same-sex marriage ban, a federal Reinhardt, a 79-year-old Los Angeles resi- August ruling that overturned the 2008 law as Disturbance. An uncooperative individual
appeals court announced Monday. dent, was appointed by President Jimmy a violation of gay and lesbian Californians’ was swinging a knife around on St. Francis
Judges Michael Hawkins, Stephen Carter in 1980 and is regarded as one of the 9th civil rights. Street before 11:22 p.m. Friday, Nov. 19.
Grand theft. Wheels were stolen from a
Escaped inmate captured Campos said. The 6 feet 7 inches tall, 275
Around the Bay pound Ainsworth punched and overpowered a
vehicle on Rose Avenue before 6:12 a.m.
Thursday, Nov. 18.
in Northern California female deputy while she was attempting to Stolen vehicle. A vehicle was stolen on
Sgt. Dan Campos said.
SAN FRANCISCO — Authorities captured Ainsworth surrendered in a vacant house reshackle him, Campos said. They struggled Brewster Avenue before 8:52 a.m. Thursday,
an inmate who escaped Monday after overpow- next to a house where police originally thought briefly as Ainsworth took her Taser and used it Nov. 18.
ering a deputy and then using a stun gun on her he was hiding, Santa Cruz Interim Police Chief on her, Campos added.
as he was being was being transported to a Kevin Vogel told the Santa Cruz Sentinel.
Northern California hospital, officials said. Ainsworth’s escape prompted foot and aerial
Maurice Ainsworth, 24, who was considered searches, lockdowns at schools and evacuations
armed and dangerous, was arrested without of some homes in the neighborhood.
incident after being holed up in an unoccupied He fled around 11:30 a.m. while being trans-
house for more than four hours. ported to Dominican Hospital in Santa Cruz,
“We got him,” Santa Cruz County sheriff’s
4 Tuesday • Nov. 30, 2010 LOCAL/STATE THE DAILY JOURNAL

Ronald D. Romaine Obituaries


Ronald D. Romaine died Nov. 5, 2010 at
home in Millbrae. or the Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave.,
Millbrae, CA 94030.
He was 76.
Born April 28, 1934 in San Francisco, he Pearl Tomasacci
was raised in Burlingame from ages 4 through
18. He was in Cub Scouts and B.S.A Troop Pearl Tomasacci, of San Francisco, died at
No. 156. He attended Coolidge, McKinley her home in Millbrae Nov. 29, 2010.
and Burlingame High ’51 and ’52. Graduate She was 99.
of Pacific Grove High in 1954. Served in the Pearl was the beloved wife of the late
U.S. Marine Corps 1954 through 1957. Joseph Tomasacci and is survived by her
He was married 46 years to his beloved daughters, Eleanor Ormanski (her husband,
Edward) and Norma Ascani (the late Ivo); five
wife, Ann M. (Keeler) Romaine. One son,
grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, two
David D. Romaine (44), wife Kelli, grand-
great-great-grandchildren and several nieces
daughter Amanda. Retired after 24 years and nephews.
employment with the city of San Francisco. She was a native of Pennsylvania and
He was a resident of Millbrae since 1970. He worked as an assembly worker at the Naval
leaves behind first cousins, Pat Dauer of shipyards during World War II and later
Texas, Sylvia Haskins of Florida, Evon worked for about 17 years as a supervisor for
Bowman of Capitola, Ruth van Haitsma of Planters’ Peanuts.
Wisconsin and many more cousins and dear Family and friends may visit after 5 p.m.
friends. Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010 and attend the 7
At his request, private cremation and scat-
tering at sea, there will be no services.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in his mem-
ory may be made to Thru The Bible Radio
p.m. vigil service at Chapel of the Highlands,
194 Millwood Drive at El Camino Real in
Millbrae. The funeral mass will be celebrated
at 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 2 at St. Dunstan
Supreme Court to consider
Network, P.O. Box 7100, Pasadena, CA
91101-7100, Boy Scouts of America, 1300 S.
Amphlett Blvd., San Mateo, CA 94402-0005
Catholic Church, 1133 Broadway in Millbrae.
Committal will follow the mass at Holy Cross
Cemetery in Colma. releasing state prisoners
By Don Thompson A 2005 ruling by a federal judge in San
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Francisco found that an average of one
inmate per week was dying in California pris-
SACRAMENTO — In a case pitting states ons as a result of medical neglect or malfea-
rights against the power of the federal judici- sance. The prison health care system has been
ary, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear argu- judged so poor that the federal courts have
ments about a federal court order requiring found it violates the constitutional rights of
California to release inmates from its over- inmates.
crowded prisons. Last year, a three-judge panel of the 9th
At issue during Tuesday’s hearing is the Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that reducing
medical and mental health care delivered to the inmate population by about 40,000
inmates in the nation’s largest state prison sys- inmates is the only way to improve medical
tem. and mental health care.
Eighteen other states have joined Gov. California has been fighting lawsuits over
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s administration in its treatment of inmates for two decades, but
urging the justices to reject the order as over- this is the first time the battle has reached the
reaching and arguing that it poses a threat to nation’s high court. It is also the first time the
public safety. Attorneys general elsewhere justices will consider a prisoner release order
fear they could face similar legal challenges if in any state under a 1996 federal law that gov-
the decision survives. erns judges’ actions in inmates rights cases.
THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Tuesday • Nov. 30, 2010 5
Local briefs
Computers stolen from school
Thieves broke into Carlmont High School over the
Thanksgiving holiday weekend stealing computer equipment
worth $50,000, according to Belmont police.
Sometime between Wednesday night and yesterday morning,
unknown suspects forced entry to a classroom where computer
equipment was stored, according to police.
The thieves made off with 25 white Apple MacBooks and 30
black Apple iPod Touches. The equipment was owned by the
school and used for instructional purposes.
“This is unfortunate,” said Bettylu Smith, spokeswoman for the
Sequoia Union High School District.
The technology was used in social studies classes to engage

T
his past summer, as most stu- students to supplement instruction, she said. The district will
dents were living a life of work to replace the items.
leisure, a number of Sequoia Investigators are currently reviewing security video from the
Union High School District students school’s cameras and analyzing physical evidence, according to
devoted their summer break to pursuing police.
academic and enrichment opportunities Anyone with information on this crime is asked to call the
around the globe. Superintendent Jim Belmont Police Department at 595-7400 or the Belmont Crime
Lianides recognized a number of those Tip Line at 598-3000. Callers can remain anonymous.
students at an October board meetings.
Among those recognized were: Kicking soccer balls back and forth across the Notre Dame High School athletic Bicyclist struck,injured
Brooks Kelly who completed the field,members of the Care to Share club spend their Tuesday evenings with athletes
from the San Mateo chapter of the Special Olympics. As one of the newest clubs A 24-year-old South San Francisco resident was struck by a car
Civil & Environmental Engineering
of the high school, the Care to Share club wanted to raise awareness about in the intersection of Alta Mesa and King drives Saturday night
Program at Worcester Polytechnic
volunteerism within the school’s student body.Coincidentally,their first opportunity and suffered a broken shoulder and ribs, according to police.
Institute, 30 minutes outside of Boston.
recently occurred on their own campus. Neither of the two occupants in the car were injured, according
Kevin Bui from Woodside who com-
to police.
pleted a summer internship at Program,” a goal-attainment study Palo Alto where he created a virtual 3- There were no witnesses to the incident that took place about
Proteomyx, a research lab in Temecula, using qualitative and quantitative meth- D-simulated model of the Saltworks 10:30 p.m., according to police.
that specializes in drug research. ods of inquiry which she later presented Development project in Redwood City. The bicyclist also suffered some internal injuries but are not
Max Moore, from Woodside, who at a poster session attended by principal A number of Sequoia students life-threatening, according to police.
led an Eagle Scout beautification proj- investigators, post-doctorate students enrolled in the Summer Search pro- Anyone with information regarding the collision should call
ect involving 158 hours of labor; and Stanford professors. gram were also honored including: 877-8900.
embarked on a 16-hour journey to Israel Hallee Foster, from Menlo- Salvador Barajas Celis, who went on a
as part of a year-long program focusing Altherton, who was awarded the wilderness adventure through Outward
on leadership, community service and Rensselaer Medal for being one of the Bound in Utah; Maria Barrera, who
Jewish values; was among just 20 teens country’s most promising mathematics provided community service in orphan-
in the Bay Area who were selected to and science students. ages in China through Lifeworks
participate in this past summer’s Diller Eisa Evans, from Menlo-Atherton, International; Adrian Esqueda,
Conference – an assembly of teens interned as a theater technician this past whose trip through High Mountain
from all over North America; and trav- summer with the San Francisco produc- Institute took him to Colorado; Lonnie
eled to Philmont, a sprawling Boy tion of “Wicked.” Gardner, who went to Utah and
Scout camp in New Mexico, with 100 Erica Balderrama, from Menlo- Wyoming through the National
miles of backpacking trails and roads. Atherton, earned a highly coveted Outdoor Leadership School; Lisette
Lauren Meier, from Carlmont, who scholarship to participate in a research Hamilton, who went on a wilderness
spent the spring semester of her junior program at UC-Santa Barbara over the adventure through Outward Bound in
year in the Middle East, which included summer. North Carolina; Viliami Langi, who
a week-long trip to Poland. Jovanni Martinez and Sarena Smith participated in a culture-learning, com-
Zoe Dubrow, a junior at Carlmont, of Redwood completed internships in munity service project in Morocco;
earned a full-tuition scholarship to the School of Earth Sciences at Gianelly Prieto Hurtado, who went to
Drexel University in Philadelphia in Stanford. Maine through Outward Bound;
the 2010 Intel International Science & Julia Onken, from Sequoia, worked Kristina Razon Gomez, whose wilder-
Engineering Fair competition. Her in a hospital, orphanage and school in ness adventure through Environmental
prize-winning entry was Ethiopia. Traveling Companions kept her in
“Characterization and Optimization Kayla Bauhaus, from Sequoia, com- California; and Carmen Gutierrez who
of the Bonding Forces of a Novel pleted an internship with Joint completed the summer school program
Silicon Nanowire Gecko Biomimetric Venture: Silicon Valley Network dur- at the Ojai Valley School.
Adhesive.” ing which her primary project was to
Sally Weinstein, from Carlmont, aggregate and analyze CO2 emissions
completed an internship in the Stanford data from all 44 cities and counties in Class notes is a twice weekly column dedi-
Institutes of Medicine Research Silicon Valley. cated to school news. It is compiled by edu-
Program with a project called “Online cation reporter Heather Murtagh. You can
Camilo Delay, from Sequoia, worked contact her at (650) 344-5200, ext. 105 or at
Cancer Thriving and Surviving for Committee for Green Foothills in heather@smdailyjournal.com.
6 Tuesday • Nov. 30, 2010 STATE/NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

Official: Hostages Goldman Environmental Prize creator dies


released from By Jason Dearen
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
“Goldman Prize recipi-
ents are proof that ordi-
Goldmans’ philanthropy. The couple created
the Goldman Fund in 1951, which has given
nary people are capable of
Wisc. high school SAN FRANCISCO — Richard Goldman, a
San Francisco philanthropist who created the
doing truly extraordinary
things,” Goldman wrote
away nearly half a billion dollars since then.
Goldman was also heavily involved in fund-
ing Jewish educational and pro-Israel organi-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize to previously in a letter post- zations. The fund gave more than $12.6 mil-
reward grass roots activism around the world, ed on the prize website. lion to Jewish affairs groups in 2010, accord-
MARINETTE, Wis. — A student armed with has died. He was 90. Goldman and his late ing to its website.
a handgun burst into an eastern Wisconsin high Goldman died Monday at home of unspeci- wife Rhoda Haas
“One of the most powerful things he did
school classroom at the end of the school day fied natural causes, said Amy Lyons, execu- Richard Goldman started awarding
was ensure that his children and grandchildren
and held nearly two dozen students and a tive director of the foundation that awards the Goldman the honors after realizing
teacher hostage for more than five hours the environmental world care about the world,” Jennifer Laszlo
prize.
Monday, authorities said. did not have a Nobel-like prize dedicated to Mizrahi, founder and president of The Israel
Launched in 1989, the $150,000 Goldman
The office of Emergency Management Prize is informally dubbed the “Green Nobel.” honoring grass roots environmental work. Project, said in a statement.
Director Eric Burmeister said all 23 students It’s awarded annually to six people who took “The Goldman Prize has served as a real Richard founded insurance brokerage firm
and one female teacher, who had acted as a personal risks to safeguard the environment. inspiration to environmental activists around Goldman Insurance Services in 1949, which
mediator between the male hostage-taker and The 2010 recipients included a public inter- the world,” said Jacob Scherr, director of was sold to Willis Insurance in 2001.
authorities, were released unharmed about 8 est attorney from Swaziland, a Polish activist global strategy and advocacy at the Natural He is survived by two sons, John and
p.m. No shots were fired. who fought to protect a wilderness area from Resources Defense Council. “With his pass- Douglas, daughter Susan and 11 grandchil-
The office didn’t immediately release infor- a highway development, and a Costa Rican ing, let it be known that Richard was too an dren.
mation about the status of gunman. man whose work resulted in that country halt- environmental hero.” A funeral is scheduled Friday in San
A Marinette High School administrator called ing the practice of shark finning. The prize was not the beginning of the Francisco.
authorities after 3 p.m. to say a student had
taken over a classroom, officials said. Police
Chief Jeff Skorik said officials were able to
Leslie Nielsen dies at 84 Obituaries ‘Empire Strikes Back’
communicate with the teacher inside by phone.
LOS ANGELES — Despite decades spent
Naked Gun” comedies,
director Irvin Kershner dies
playing sober commanders and serious cap- LOS ANGELES — Irvin Kershner, who
A school bus pulled up to the high school died on Sunday in Fort
tains, Leslie Nielsen insisted that he was Lauderdale, Fla. He was directed the Star Wars sequel “The Empire
entryway shortly after 8 p.m., said Bradley
always made for comedy. He proved it in his 84. Strikes Back” and the
Behrendt, a councilman in the town of about
career’s second act. The Canada native died James Bond film “Never
12,000 people that sits on the border with
“Surely you can’t be serious,” an airline from complications from Say Never Again,” has
Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Behrendt, who had gathered with dozens of passenger says to Nielsen in “Airplane!,” the pneumonia at a hospital died at age 87.
others near the scene, said it was too dark to see 1980 hit that turned the actor from dramatic near his home, surround- Kershner died Saturday
whether students boarded the bus, but many of leading man to comic star. ed by his wife, Barbaree, at his Los Angeles home
“I am serious,” Nielsen replies. “And don’t Leslie Nielsen and friends, his agent following a 3 1/2-year bat-
the emergency personnel left the area soon after.
call me Shirley.” John S. Kelly said in a tle with lung cancer, said
Earlier, a SWAT team had arrived at the
The line was probably his most famous — statement. longtime friend and
school while dozens of mostly young people
being kept way from the scene by firefighters and a perfect distillation of his career. “We can be grateful that his most famous Irvin Kershner Hollywood publicist Dick
Nielsen, the dramatic lead in “Forbidden performances are preserved on film and will Guttman.
gathered about 200 yards away in a hair salon Kershner already had made a number of
parking lot. Planet” and “The Poseidon Adventure” and delight audiences for years to come,”
the bumbling detective Frank Drebin in “The Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said well-received movies when he was hired by
in a statement which noted that Nielsen had George Lucas to direct “Empire,” which was
received one of that nation’s highest honors, the second produced but fifth in the “Star
The Order of Canada. Wars” chronology.
THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Tuesday • Nov. 30, 2010 7

The new alignment


Around the nation
Citing deficit, Obama
freezing federal worker pay
WASHINGTON — President Barack
Obama and GOP, room for deals and confrontations Obama has announced a two-year pay freeze
for federal employees, saying the step is nec-
By Jim Kuhnhenn essary to help bring the federal deficit under
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS control.
The freeze would apply to all civilian feder-
WASHINGTON — In the first test of al employees but would exclude military per-
Washington’s new political alignment, sonnel.
President Barack Obama will meet with Obama says the sacrifices of limiting gov-
Republican leaders Tuesday with the nation’s ernment spending must be shared by govern-
tax rates and a nuclear arms treaty in doubt. ment workers.
Neither side expects final deals from an The White House says the freeze would save
hour-long encounter, but the sparring could $5 billion over two years. By delaying wage
have major consequences, both short- and increases, the freeze would save $28 billion
long-term. over the next five years, the White House says.
The expiring Bush-era tax cuts are the most
pressing matter. Without quick action, taxpay- Portlanders condemn
ers face sharp increases next year as the rates bomb plot, criticize FBI probe
return to levels set during the Clinton admin-
istration. Discussions are expected to center PORTLAND, Ore. — Some residents of
on a temporary extension that would put off this famously liberal city are unnerved, not
the partisan clash over the biggest disagree- only by a plot to bomb an annual Christmas
ment — whether to permanently extend cur- tree-lighting ceremony last week but also by
rent rates to all or to raise them for higher- the police tactics in the case.
income taxpayers. They questioned whether federal agents
The private, late-morning White House crossed the line by training 19-year-old
meeting with top lawmakers from both parties Somali-American Mohamed O. Mohamud to
is fraught with potential and hazards, both for blow up a bomb, giving him $3,000 cash to
the immediate work left before Congress rent an apartment and providing him with a
adjourns this year and for the relationship REUTERS fake bomb.
between Obama and congressional Barack Obama speaks about wage freezes in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building near The FBI affidavit “was a picture painted to
Republicans over the next two years. the White House in Washington,D.C. make the suspect sound like a dangerous ter-
Republicans caught a wave of voter disen- rorist,” said Portland photographer Rich
working relationship,” Obama said Monday, tax rates and whether the Senate will ratify a Burroughs. “I don’t think it’s clear at all that
chantment with the economy on Nov. 2 and “because we now have a shared responsibility treaty to reduce nuclear weapons arsenals in this person would have ever had access to even
wrested control of the House from the to deliver for the American people on the the U.S. and Russia.
Democrats. They also expanded their minori- a fake bomb if not for the FBI.”
issues that define not only these times but our Before adjourning, Democrats also want
ty in the Senate. future.” Congress to repeal the military’s “don’t ask, Franco, Hathaway picked
The new lineup presents a dramatically dif- That comment came as he announced a two- don’t tell” policy for gay service members and
ferent dynamic for Obama. Though he year pay freeze for civilian government work- to pass the Dream Act, which would help chil- as co-hosts for Oscars
pledged to bridge partisan divides during his ers, a step hailed by Republicans and sharply dren of illegal immigrants gain legal status if LOS ANGELES — James Franco and Anne
presidential campaign, he ended up passing criticized by Democratic allies such as the they attend college or join the military. Hathaway will be running the show at the next
the big initiatives of his first two years with AFL-CIO. By putting the emphasis on taxes and the Academy Awards.
virtually no Republican support. The most immediate challenges for START treaty, Obama has cast the session as Oscar organizers said Monday that Franco
“My hope is that tomorrow’s meeting will Congress’ postelection lame duck session are one focused on economic and national securi- and Hathaway will be co-hosts of the 83rd cer-
mark a first step toward a new and productive considering whether Congress will extend the ty issues. emony on Feb. 27.
8 Tuesday • Nov. 30, 2010 NATION/WORLD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Staggering Pablo
Picasso collection Israel says Arabs agree on Iran threat
By Brian Murphy leaving Iran and Russia’s refusal to
found in garage THE ASSOCIATED PRESS deliver a long-awaited anti-aircraft
system to Iran’s military.
By Jamey Keaten DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran has so far used delaying tac-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tics and counterproposals to sidestep
Leaked U.S. diplomatic memos
have exposed a depth of alarm U.N.-drafted demands to halt its ura-
PARIS — Pablo Picasso almost across the Middle East over the nium enrichment in exchange for
never stopped creating, leaving prospect of a nuclear-armed Iran reactor-ready fuel from abroad. The
thousands of drawings, paintings that has never been expressed pub- revelations in the U.S. memos —
and sculptures that lure crowds to licly: Arab leaders said to be urging including American claims that Iran
museums and mansions worldwide. that Iran be attacked if it refuses to obtained advance missiles from
Now, a retired electrician says that concede to international demands. North Korea — could bring sharper
271 of the master’s creations have calls for Iran to show signs of good-
Iran’s president scoffed Monday
been sitting for decades in his faith negotiations.
at revelations that its Arab neigh-
garage. “What was said privately is now in
bors have been lobbying the U.S.
Picasso’s heirs are claiming theft, the open,” said Sami Alfaraj, head of
to use force — and also pointed the
the art world is savoring what the Kuwait Center for Strategic
finger at Washington for mysteri-
appears to be an authentic find, and Studies. “The Arab world is growing
ous bombings that killed one
the workman, who installed burglar
nuclear scientist and badly injured tired of Iran as a source of instabili-
alarms for Picasso, is defending
another. ty and trying to force itself on Arab
what he calls a gift from the most REUTERS
But Israel trumpeted the State affairs. Iran maybe will face a
renowned artist of the 20th century. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers a statement about WikiLeaks
Department’s secret dispatches that stronger and more unified voices of
Picasso’s son and other heirs say at the State Department in Washington,D.C.
were obtained by document dis- opposition in the region.”
they were approached by electrician
Pierre Le Guennec in September to
authenticate the undocumented art
from Picasso’s signature Cubist
period.
closer WikiLeaks as proof that
Arabs agree Iran poses the chief
danger in the region.
Starkly opposing views from
Arab worries have been expressed
in public in careful, diplomatic lan-
guage with the emphasis on dia-
logue and diplomacy.
U.S.:Leaks are a crime,
Instead, they filed a suit for illegal
possession of the works — all but
alleging theft by a man not known to
Tehran and Tel Aviv are a fact of
life in the Middle East. But in the
harsh light — and often blunt
words — of the massive release of
The accounts of meetings with
Arab leaders in some of the State
Department cables, however, sug-
gest a sense of growing urgency and
threatens prosecution
By Anne Gearan The young Army Pfc. suspected
be among the artist’s friends. Police
raided the electrician’s French the State Department cables, they frustration over Iran’s nuclear ambi- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of stealing the diplomatic memos,
Riviera home last month, questioned are seen in a new context: Israel and tions and its stonewalling tactics many of them classified, and feed-
him and his wife and confiscated the Arab nations finding rare common against international mediation and WASHINGTON — Striking ing them to WikiLeaks may have
disputed artworks. ground and Iran’s leadership left to snubbing of President Barack back, the Obama administration defeated Pentagon security systems
wonder whether it will now face a Obama’s attempts at outreach. branded the leak of more than a using little more than a Lady Gaga
Le Guennec and his wife say CD and a portable computer mem-
tougher line from across the Gulf. One message said Bahrain’s King quarter-million sensitive files an
Picasso’s second wife gave them a attack on the United States Monday ory stick.
trunk full of art that they kept virtu- It also could alter the tone of talks Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa — whose
over Iran’s nuclear program. Those nation hosts the U.S. Navy’s 5th and raised the prospect of criminal The soldier, Bradley Manning
ally untouched until they decided to prosecution against the online site has not been charged in the latest
put their affairs in order for their are scheduled to resume Dec. 5 Fleet — “argued forcefully for tak- release of internal U.S. government
WikiLeaks. The Pentagon detailed
children. The Picasso estate between Iran and world powers, ing action to terminate their (Iran’s) new security safeguards, including documents. But officials said he is
describes that account as ridiculous. including the United States, after a nuclear program, by whatever restraints on small computer flash the prime suspect partly because of
“When Picasso made just a little yearlong impasse that brought means necessary. That program drives, to make it harder for any his own description of how he
drawing on a metro ticket, he would tighter U.N. and American sanctions must be stopped. The danger of let- one person to copy and reveal so pulled off a staggering heist of clas-
keep it,” said Jean-Jacques Neuer, a on Tehran and some stinging blows ting it go on is greater than the dan- many secrets. sified and restricted material.
lawyer for Picasso’s estate. — including international oil firms ger of stopping it.”

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The man certainly knows how to proposition is on the ballot instead of its
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Take one dash Tea Party, a hefty infancy, then, may already be two steps behind.’
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By Chip Cutter and Pallavi Gogoi Coremetrics. Shares of online retailer
Nasdaq 2,525.22 -9.34 Oil (per barrel) 85.68 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wall Street Amazon.com rose 1.3 percent on expec-
S&P 500 1,187.76 -1.64 Gold 1,366.50 tations that shoppers were returning on
NEW YORK — Stocks ended lower market economist at Avalon Partners, a what is known as “Cyber Monday,”
Monday on lingering fears that Europe’s New York brokerage house. “There’s a when retailers offer deals to lure people
debt crisis will continue to spread even slew of numbers that are coming out to buy items online while at work.
after Ireland gets bailed out. The Dow later this week and the market is prepar- A fuller picture on spending will come
Jones industrial average dipped below ing for that.” Thursday when retailers report
11,000 earlier, but recovered much of its The Dow Jones industrial average fell November sales. Investors have been
losses late in the day. 39.51 points, or 0.4 percent, to close at hoping that consumers, who have gener-
The euro fell to a two-month low as 11,052.49. It had been down as many as ally been spending cautiously since the
investors flocked to the safety of the dol- 163 earlier in the morning, falling to recession, would feel more comfortable
lar and U.S. Treasurys. Gold prices also 10,929.28, the lowest level in six weeks. about shopping during the holidays.
rose. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index Bank stocks were some of the best
Investors are worried that other weak edged down 1.64, or 0.1 percent, to performers. Wells Fargo & Co. rose 2
European countries like Portugal and 1,187.76. The technology-heavy Nasdaq percent, Bank of America Corp. was up
Spain will still need help even after the composite index dropped 9.34, or 0.4 1.7 percent, while JPMorgan Chase &
$90 billion bailout package for Ireland percent, to 2,525.22. Co. rose 1.7 percent.
announced on Sunday. Holiday retail sales also got off to a Dick Bove, a banking analyst at
Some of those worries faded late in the good start in the post-Thanksgiving Rochdale Securities, said investors real-
day as traders shifted their focus to pos- weekend. The National Retail ized that some U.S. banks had little
itive economic news. The Federal Federation, a trade group, estimated that exposure to European debt issues. He
Reserve Banks of Dallas and Chicago 212 million shoppers visited stores and added that if European banks are subject
both reported higher manufacturing websites during the first weekend of the to more stringent capital requirements,
activity in their areas. holiday season, up from 195 million last U.S. banks could benefit.
“The fundamentals are improving and year. “When people sit down and think
there are several indications that the Online spending rose more than 14 about the situation in Europe, it is clear
economy is picking up a little bit of percent from Thanksgiving Day through that the American banks emerge in a
steam here,” said Peter Cardillo, chief Saturday, according to IBM’s much stronger position,” he said.

Ireland’s bailout boosts banks


By Shawn Pogatchnik costs of a runaway bank-bailout effort. “We’ve been screwed by the IMF. It’s
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Opposition leaders and economists going to be years and years until we’re
warned that the EU-IMF credit line’s free of this,” said Paul Flood, an unem-
DUBLIN — Ireland’s international average interest rate of 5.8 percent ployed 53-year-old Dubliner sheltering
bailout boosted its bank stocks Monday would be too high to repay. They also from the cold in a pub doorway. “We
but outraged many hard-pressed taxpay- questioned why senior bondholders of have to use our own pension reserve, and
ers, who questioned why the govern- Ireland’s struggling banks — chiefly we’re still being stung with a 5.8 percent
ment’s pension reserves must be ravaged other banks in Britain, Germany and the interest rate. It sounds ridiculously
as part of a deal that burdens the whole U.S. — still weren’t being asked to bear high.”
country with the mistakes of a rich elite. some costs. But the government’s transport minis-
Shares in Ireland’s banks rose sharply “This is not a rescue plan. It is the ter, Noel Dempsey, said the EU-IMF
as markets were encouraged by the longest ransom note in history: Do what credit line “has taken us out of the situa-
bailout’s immediate focus on injecting we tell you and you may, in time, get tion where we’re at the absolute mercy
10 billion into the cash-strapped lenders your country back,” said Fintan O’Toole, of the markets.”
out of a total of 67.5 billion ($89 billion) a commentator and author who led a The high rate on the loans is also to
in loans. weekend protest by labor-union activists discourage other countries from looking
But the Irish were shocked by a key in central Dublin against the imminent for cheap financing, said Patrick
condition for the rescue — that the gov- bailout. He called the average interest Honohan, the independent governor of
ernment use 17.5 billion of its own cash rate being demanded “viciously extor- the Central Bank of Ireland.
and pension reserves to shore up its pub- tionate.” “It’s not cheap funding, but it’s cheap-
lic finances, which have been over- The mood on Dublin’s snow-covered er, and it buys the government time to
whelmed by recession and exceptional streets was just as icy. get its finances on track,” he said.

Sales could top $1B on a manic Cyber Monday “The numbers are really strong,” said ture out at 4 a.m. for those in-store deals.
By Mae Anderson
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the service’s chief strategy officer, John In 2007, 72 percent offered a Cyber
Squire, who added that he expects Cyber Monday promotion.
NEW YORK — Cyber Monday start- Monday to be the biggest online shop- “Retailers are doing everything they
ed as a gimmick to get people to shop at ping day of the season. can to build up and extend the event
their desks on the first workday after The Monday after Thanksgiving was aspect of it — tweeting deals every hour,
Thanksgiving. But if you promote some- dubbed Cyber Monday by the National running Cyber Monday ads — like it’s
thing enough, it can take on a life of its Retail Federation trade group in 2005 to such a big thing you can’t miss out on,”
own. describe the unofficial kickoff to the said Stacy Landreth Grau, associate pro-
This year, stores swamped customers online shopping season. The idea was fessor of marketing at Texas Christian
with online ads and e-mail deals, and that people returning to work after the University’s Neeley School of Business.
sales could top $1 billion, making it big- long weekend would shop at their desks. Rachel Bergman, general manager of
ger than any single shopping day last It never really was the busiest online e-mail marketing service Experian
year. shopping day of the year. CheetahMail, said this year the company
Online sales were already running 15 But like any good marketing angle, it sent out several hundred million Cyber
percent ahead of last year’s by 3 p.m. spawned imitation. Nearly 90 percent of Monday promotional e-mails, 40 percent
Monday, with the biggest shopping U.S. retailers offered some kind of more than last year — on behalf of
hours of the day still to come, according Cyber Monday promotion this year, tar- clients like Borders, J. Jill and Bass Pro
to IBM’s Coremetrics tracking service. geting shoppers who didn’t want to ven- Shops.

Regulator fines insurers for underpayment


By Shaya Tayefe Mohajer Department of Managed Health Care Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Director Cindy Ehnes said. of California each have agreed to pay
“If providers are not paid, patient care $900,000 fines. United/Pacificare is
LOS ANGELES — California’s seven and access suffers,” Ehnes said. “The being fined $800,000; HealthNet and
largest health insurers face nearly $5 insurance companies in this state must Kaiser Foundation Health Plan are being
pay their fair share of their claims fined $750,000 each. Cigna is being
million in fines for failing to pay hospi-
promptly, fairly and on time.” fined $450,000; and Aetna is being fined
tals and physicians fairly and on time, Audits ordered by Ehnes in 2008 $300,000.
following an 18-month audit by a state found seven health plans weren’t meet- Additionally, insurers will have to pay
regulator, an official said Monday. ing a legal threshold of paying 95 per- an uncapped amount of restitution to
Improper claim payments are burden- cent of claims correctly. On average, hospitals and health providers, which is
ing health providers as they struggle to plans paid about 80 percent of claims expected to cost tens of millions of dol-
stay afloat in a bad economy, California correctly, Ehnes said. lars, Ehnes said.
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Niners run all over Cardinals on primetime stage


By Bob Baum often-spectacular seasons with Philadelphia, a
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 49ers 27, Cardinals 6 move caused by a combination of his age and
injury history as well as the $7.5 million he
Westbrook, who had 9 yards on five carries Arizona (3-8), two-time defending division
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Brian Westbrook’s would have been due this season.
all season, ran 23 times in his 21st career 100- champion, has not lost this many in a row
big games weren’t all in his rearview mirror He signed with San Francisco on Aug. 16,
yard game, but first since Dec. 7, 2008, for since dropping eight straight in 2006, Dennis
after all. but had hardly played at all until Gore went
Philadelphia against the New York Giants. Green’s final season as coach.
The 31-year-old running back rushed for down on Monday.
San Francisco (4-7), beaten at home by The 49ers rushed for 261 yards, by far their
136 yards and a touchdown in place of the “I just kind of bided my time, tried to stay
Tampa Bay 21-0 last week, improved to 3-1 season high and the most allowed by the
injured Frank Gore and the San Francisco fresh, tried to stay focused,” Westbrook said,
since Troy Smith became starting quarterback Cardinals this season.
49ers sent punchless Arizona to its sixth “and when I got my opportunity, make the
and pulled within a game of co-leaders St. Westbrook, who led the league in rushing in
straight loss, 27-6 Monday night in a shower Louis and Seattle in the anemic NFC West. 2007, was released a year ago after eight,
of boos from the Cardinals home crowd. See NINERS, Page 12

Peninsula’s
A full-time player
By Nathan Mollat
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Athlete of the Week
strength is
in its depth
A
ny longtime Peninsula Athletic
League football fan knows the
Sequoia football coach Rob
tradition and history Aragon has
Poulos knew he had one of the
built over the last couple of decades.
Peninsula Athletic League’s most
Aragon has been a premiere program since
versatile players in Isaias Flores. He
the PAL as we now know it formed in
was, after all, named the Lake
1996.
Division’s Utility Player of the Year
From 2001 through 2008, the Dons lost
last season.
five PAL Bay Division games and were
This season, in his quest to have
undefeated in 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2005.
his starting players serve only on
Next year, however, will be the first time
offense or defense, Poulos penciled
since the PAL incorporated that Aragon
in Flores as one of his starting line-
won’t be playing in the PAL’s highest, most
backers.
competitive division.
But after running for nearly 800
In 2011, the Dons
yards last season — as well as serv-
will play in the Ocean
ing as the emergency quarterback —
Division — follow-
Poulos knew he had to get Flores
ing their last place
incorporated into the offense, to
standing in the six-
give the Cherokees a third option to
team Bay and their
go along with quarterback James
first overall losing
Beekley and tailback Josh Lauese.
record (4-6) since
Flores is also one of the team’s
1990.
fastest and most ferocious hitters.
Don’t expect
He certainly needed to be used on
Aragon coach Steve
special teams as well.
Sell to throw up his
Suddenly, Flores went from a one-
hands in anguish. At
way starter on defense to not com-
quick glance, the rel-
ing off the field.
egation might look bad — a once proud
Saturday, all of Flores attributes
program falling on hard times. A more in-
were on display in the Cherokees’
depth analysis shows there might not be
27-14 win over Leland in the
much difference between the Lake Division
Central Coast Section Division II
champion and a Central Coast Section
semifinal game. Flores led the
championship.
Cherokees in rushing with 114 yards
“This day was coming. For a long time,
on just 10 carries, scoring twice. He
it was M-A, Terra Nova and us (that had
also made a key interception to go
never played in the Ocean Division),” Sell
along with six tackles. He made a
said, alluding to the fact that less and less
big hit on punt coverage as well, just
impact football players are walking the
to announce his authority.
halls of the Aragon campus. “I brought it
For his efforts, Flores is the Daily
up last year (at the post-season coaches’
Journal Athlete of the Week.
meeting) we might not be very good this
“He’s been contributing on all
year.”
three sides (phases of the game),”
And yet, Sell believes playing in the
Poulos said. “I think why he might
Ocean might actually benefit, in the long
not shine as much is because he has
run, the teams playing in what most con-
to play every single down.”
sider the PAL’s second-best division. The
Flores has keyed a defense that
teams in the Ocean, along with a couple
has allowed less than 17 points a
teams in the Lake Division, can compete
game. His 52 tackles this season are DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS FILE
with the teams in the Bay. Maybe not week
second on the squad. Offensively, he
Sequoia’s Isaias Flores rushed for 114 yards and two scores in the Cherokees’27-14 win over Leland in
the CCS Division II semifinals. But Flores’impact is felt in aspects of the game for Sequoia, starring on
See AOTW, Page 13 defense and special teams as well. See LOUNGE, Page 15

Sacred Heart Prep volleyball team has a reputation to uphold


By Nathan Mollat to. Tonight, they’ll have a chance to Sacred Heart Prep coach Damien hooked up this season. The Tigers believes if the match was best-of-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF advance to the Division IV champi- Hardy said he didn’t have tell his beat the Gators in a pre-season tour- seven, best-of-nine or best-of-how-
onship when they host rival Notre team anything about the Gators’ nament that went the tournament- ever many games you want to play,
The Sacred Heart Prep volleyball Dame-Belmont in the Northern legacy. allowed three sets. The Tigers also the match will more than likely go
program is no stranger to success. California championship game at 7 “They see it on the wall,” Hardy got the better of the Gators in a non- the distance.
From 1990 to 1997, the Gators won p.m. said. “They see the (CCS and state league match that went four sets. “They know us just as well as we
the Central Coast Section Division The winner advances to championship) banners in the gym.” Sacred Heart Prep came out on know them,” Hardy said. “We just
V championship. Saturday’s state championship The way to San Jose will be any- top in the most important match of battle back and forth.”
With the teams so evenly
In 1995 and 1996, they were the game at noon at the San Jose State thing but smooth for the Gators. the season thus far, a five-set thriller
matched, Hardy believes the team
Division V state champions. Event Center. This is as far as the This will be the fourth time Sacred in the CCS Division IV champi- that makes the fewest mistakes will
When it comes to the 2010 ver- Gators have advanced since win- Heart Prep (23-10) and Notre onship game.
sion, the Gators have a lot to live up ning it all in 1996. Dame-Belmont (26-12) have These teams are so even, Hardy See NORCAL, Page 15
12 Tuesday • Nov. 30, 2010 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Raiders reeling after 2nd straight lopsided loss


By Josh Dubow streaking San Diego (6-5). Raiders to wins in three of four rienced receiving corps. He has a
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Raiders are looking at anoth-
“It seems starts to seemingly win back the job bruised lower leg that could slow
er quarterback change this week. like when Cable said he would stick him again this week.
ALAMEDA — The once-vaunted After leading Oakland to its first everything with the hot hand. The defensive line that was so
running game has stalled, the three-game winning streak in eight But Campbell got pulled in the dominant during the winning streak
defense is struggling to stop both years, Jason Campbell was pulled in is going second half at Pittsburgh and then has given up 348 yards rushing the
the run and the pass, and the the second half of a 35-3 loss at wrong.… was replaced last week by past two weeks. Pro Bowl corner-
Oakland Raiders have had little suc- Pittsburgh on Nov. 21. We haven’t Gradkowski. Now it looks as if he’ll back Nnamdi Asomugha is still
cess offensively no matter who has Coach Tom Cable originally said get another chance with hampered by a sprained right ankle
been playing quarterback. that Campbell would remain the Tyvon Branch
been Gradkowski hurt again. and struggled in coverage against
The three-game winning streak starter but switched up last week clicking.” “It’s not an easy thing to be going Miami when he was able to play.
that had the Raiders (5-6) in first and went with Bruce Gradkowski, through, by no means,” Campbell Rookie cornerback Walter
who lost the job when he separated Gradkowski had an MRI on said. “You’re a competitor, you like
place in the AFC West just two Monday and there was no immedi- McFadden got picked on repeatedly
his right shoulder Oct. 10. to compete. ... It’s kind of tough
weeks ago is a distant memory fol- ate word on the extent of the injury. in his most extensive action of the
Gradkowski struggled in his because you’re caught right in
lowing a second straight lopsided But he said after the game that it felt season, with Asomugha limited and
return, throwing two interceptions between something and you don’t
loss. and leading the Raiders to only one like it did when he first hurt it know what’s going on.” Chris Johnson sidelined by injuries.
“It seems like everything is going offensive touchdown before re- against San Diego — an injury that The Raiders have plenty of prob- Now the Raiders have one week
wrong right now,” safety Tyvon injuring his shoulder on Oakland’s sidelined him for more than a lems beyond quarterback play that to fix all those problems.
Branch said Monday as the Raiders final offensive play. month. need to get fixed if they are going to “We got ourselves into this the
tried to recover from a 33-17 loss to “It’s frustrating because you don’t That will give another opportuni- make a late-season run. Darren last two weeks,” Cable said. “We’re
Miami. “We haven’t been clicking, get that much time in with the quar- ty to Campbell, who has lost the McFadden, who led the NFL with also the same group of men that
and when we were winning those terback because we changed,” starting job twice already since 108.1 yards rushing per game going were 4-1 the five weeks prior to that.
games back-to-back we were click- receiver Louis Murphy said. “But at being acquired in April to be into Pittsburgh, has been held to 16 We got ourselves into that and we
ing on all cylinders. And we just the end of the day we still have to go Oakland’s quarterback of the future. yards on 18 carries the past two got ourselves into a little lull here.
haven’t been lately.” out and perform with whoever is Campbell began the season as the games. For us to do it we have to be
Oakland now sits in third place, back there and they’re both good starter but was replaced by Leading receiver Zach Miller has accountable for each other and get
two games behind Kansas City (7- quarterbacks. We just have to come Gradkowski after just six quarters. been slowed by injuries and has just ourselves out of it. We got in it and
4) with essentially a must-win out and play and help the defense Campbell got another chance when three catches the past two games, we have to get out of it. No one’s
game on tap this week against out.” Gradkowski was hurt and led the putting more pressure on an inexpe- going to help us.”
against an Arizona defense that

NINERS entered the game last in the league in


points allowed. Smith didn’t need to
Uribe set to sign
Continued from page 11
pass much, completing 11 of 23 for
129 yards with one touchdown and an
with the Dodgers
interception. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
most of it.” He was able to show what San Francisco, a team that has not
he still can do. scored more than 24 points in a game SAN FRANCISCO — Infielder
“I think we have a lot of young all season, led 21-6 at the half. The Juan Uribe is closing in on a three-
guys, some of them have seen some of 49ers hadn’t scored that many by half- year deal to leave the Giants for the
the things I’ve been able to do over the time in two years. rival Los Angeles Dodgers, two peo-
course of my career, some of them The Cardinals committed their 27th ple with knowledge of the situation
just don’t know,” Westbrook said. turnover of the season on their first told The Associated Press on Monday.
“They just see a guy running around play from scrimmage when Derek A key member of the World Series
the practice field. For me it meant a lot Anderson and Beanie Wells botched a champions this season, Uribe was set
to have an opportunity to go out there handoff and Aubrayo Franklin recov- to travel from his native Dominican
and play and have an opportunity to ered for San Francisco. On the next Republic to Southern California to
have success.” play, Smith threw 38 yards to Michael undergo a physical on Tuesday, one of
The Arizona defense did not pro- Crabtree for the touchdown, the the people said. Both people spoke on
vide much resistance as San Francisco receiver making a diving catch in the condition on anonymity because noth-
pushed around the home team at the end zone. ing had been announced.
line of scrimmage from the start.
Wells gained a measure of redemp- San Francisco offered Uribe salary
Gore injured a hip in the first quar-
tion on the next possession. Playing as arbitration last Tuesday, when general
ter and briefly tried to come back
a wideout to the right, he caught a 43- manager Brian Sabean acknowledged
before going out for good in the sec-
yard pass from Anderson but a sea- the sides were far off in their numbers.
ond period.
son-long red zone problem continued REUTERS Sabean had hoped to bring back Uribe
He had 25 and 15 yards in his first
and Jay Feely’s 31-yard field goal San Francisco running back Anthony Dixon leaps over the pile and into to keep much of his roster intact head-
two carries, a sign of things to come
made it 7-3. the end zone during the 49ers’Monday Night Football win over Arizona. ing into 2011.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Tuesday • Nov. 30, 2010 13

U.S.Women draw World Cup opponents


By Nancy Armour
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The two-time world champions wound up with what
could be the toughest group at next summer’s tournament,
And the U.S. thought it was rough getting to
the Women’s World Cup. drawing North Korea,Colombia and Sweden in Group C.
The two-time world champions wound up
with what could be the toughest group at next The U.S. begins play June 28 against North next year, with the team getting December off
summer’s tournament, drawing North Korea, Korea in Dresden, the fourth straight time the before gathering in January in Los Angeles
Colombia and Sweden in Group C on Monday. nations will meet in the group stage. The ahead of the Four Nations Tournament.
Sweden is No. 4 in the latest world rankings Americans beat the North Koreans 3-0 in 1999 The Americans also should get a boost with
while North Korea is sixth. Germany is the only and 2003, but tied 2-2 in 2007. the return of goalkeeper Hope Solo, who missed
other seeded team to draw two top-10 opponents “At the time, we had a very experienced team, World Cup qualifying to have shoulder surgery.
in the group stage, with No. 8 France and No. 9 now we have a very young, inexperienced team “I think that when we get a little bit of rest,
Canada joining Nigeria in Group A. and I am a little bit worried,” North Korea coach everybody can get their wits about them and
“It’s good because it’s a very strong group. Kim Kwang-min said through an interpreter. come back to the drawing board and perform
That’s the best thing that could happen to us,” The North Koreans have been impressive at like we know we’re capable of,” forward Abby
U.S. coach Pia Sundhage said from the draw in the youth level, winning the Under-20 World Wambach said Saturday. “Because we’re honest
Frankfurt, Germany. “That will be inspiring for Cup in 2006 and the Under-17 World Cup in with ourselves. We know that this isn’t the way
us, the fact we’re playing high-ranked teams like we normally play. ... But at the end of the day, I REUTERS
2008. North Korea was the runner-up to the
Sweden and North Korea and a new team Americans at the 2008 U-20 World Cup, with know that this team right now has a chance of Barcelona players celebrate a goal during its
Colombia, which will be so enthusiastic going one of the U.S. goals coming from Alex Morgan, winning the World Cup.” 5-0 win over rival Real Madrid.
into the World Cup.” who scored in the first playoff game against Italy. Germany begins the tournament June 26 in
Japan and Brazil are the other two seeded
teams. The World Cup will be played June 26 to
July 17 at nine sites in Germany.
The Americans are the world’s top-ranked
“The new team is very young and inexperi-
enced, but very ambitious,” Kim said. “We don’t
have high aims, but to do as well as we can.”
The U.S. will face World Cup newcomer
Berlin against Canada, the winner of North and
Central America and the Caribbean qualifying.
The two-time defending champion also plays
France and Nigeria, which it recently beat 8-0 in
Barcelona
team and defending Olympic champion, and
have lost only two games since the 2007 World
Cup. Yet they were the last team to qualify for
the 16-nation tournament, forced into a home-
and-home playoff against Italy after being
Colombia on July 2 in Sinsheim and finish group
play four days later in Wolfsburg against
Sundhage’s native Sweden. Sundhage scored 71
goals in 146 appearances for Sweden from
1974-96, including four as Sweden won the
an exhibition.
“They will be a different team next year,”
Germany coach Silvia Neid said of the
Nigerians.
Japan will face New Zealand, Mexico and
buries Real
By Paul Logothetis
stunned by Mexico in the semifinals of regional bronze medal at the inaugural World Cup in England in Group B, while 2007 runner-up THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
qualifying. 1991. Brazil drew Australia, former champion Norway
The Americans beat the Italians 1-0 on “It’s just a little bit weird before and after,” and Equatorial Guinea in Group D.
The Americans won’t see Germany until at BARCELONA, Spain — As Barcelona kept
Saturday to win the playoff on 2-0 aggregate. Sundhage said. “But during the game, it’s like putting the ball past Iker Casillas and into the
“That was something really good for us,” coaching against any team, actually.” least the semifinals. The Germans beat the U.S.
3-0 in the 2003 semis but the Americans are 5-0- net again and again, the celebrations among
defender Ali Krieger said. “We’ve come togeth- The Americans blamed much of their recent 98,255 fans at Camp Nou stadium increased
er more as a team and on the field, we’re going struggles on fatigue, with qualifying coming on 2 against the world’s No. 2 team since, including
a 3-2 victory in the Algarve Cup final earlier this along with Real Madrid’s frustrations.
to fight more as a team. We know what we the heels of the Women’s Professional Soccer Barcelona didn’t just beat its rival, it embar-
want.” season. That shouldn’t be as much of a factor year.
rassed Real Madrid and coach Jose Mourinho
The way the Cherokees have played this with a 1,000-yard rusher (in Lauese) and a with a 5-0 victory Monday night, moving into

AOTW
Continued from page 11
season has allowed Flores to flourish.
Defensively, he is not asked to be a one-man
wrecking crew. As long as his teammates do
900-yard rusher (in Beekley) and he has 800.”
Poulos and the Cherokees will need one
more strong all-around game from Flores if
first place in the Spanish league with its
record fifth straight win in the ‘Clasico’
matchup. Barcelona ended Real Madrid’s 26-
their jobs and attend to their assignments, game unbeaten streak.
they are to complete an undefeated season “For a first ‘Clasico’ you couldn’t ask for
Flores can concentrate on doing his job.
has rushed for 750 yards with a game yet to with a CCS championship. As long as he’s not more,” said David Villa, who scored twice off
play. He has only 86 carries on the season, but “When I took over last year, we were going hurt, Poulos expects nothing more than what laser-like passes from Lionel Messi to break
is averaging almost 10 yards a carry. to play team defense. Just do your job,” Flores has given him so far. open the game early in the second half.
Poulos said. “That lets [Flores] play his
His 114-yard effort against Leland was the “He was originally penciled in as a defen- Goals by Xavi Hernandez in the 10th
’backer position and just flow and make
third time this season Flores has eclipsed the sive starter at linebacker. Along with that, he minute and Pedro Rodriguez in the 18th, the
plays.”
100-yard mark. He gave his team a 7-0 lead in was sharing the offensive load at fullback and latter capping a 22-pass buildup, put the
the first quarter when he plowed into the end Flores would be a featured running back on tailback,” Poulos said. “Plus, he was such a defending Spanish champion ahead 2-0, and
zone from 2 yards out. just about any other team in the PAL, but hitter on (special teams) plays, we had to put Villa doubled the lead in the 54th and 57th
He made his defensive presence felt when again, Poulos is not asking him to be the him on there, as well. minutes. Substitute Jeffren Suarez got the
he intercepted a pass with his team trailing 14- offensive star, either. It’s hard to argue with final goal in the 90th as Barcelona celebrated
13 that turned into a 20-14 advantage after Flores’ production, and given the numbers put “We couldn’t keep him off the field.” the 111th anniversary of its founding.
Josh Lauese capped a 63-yard drive with a 1- up by others on offense, Flores is still a key to Benches cleared in the first half after
yard leap early in the fourth quarter. an offense that has produced an average of Cristiano Ronaldo shoved Guardiola. Madrid
Flores sealed the win for the Cherokees nearly 37 points per game. defender Sergio Ramos was ejected in sec-
Nathan Mollat can be reached by e-mail:
when he went 82 yards for a touchdown with “I think we have good balance (offensively) nathan@smdailyjournal.com or by phone: (650) ond-half injury time for a wild tackle on
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NBA GLANCE NHL GLANCE NFL GLANCE
vs.Detroit @ Senators @ Montreal @ Detroit
7:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 11 a.m. 4:30 p.m. EASTERN CONFERENCE EASTERN CONFERENCE AMERICAN CONFERENCE
CSN-CAL CSN-CAL CSN-CAL CSN-CAL
Atlantic Division Atlantic Division East
W L Pct GB W L T Pct PF PA
W L OT Pts GF GA New England 9 2 0 .818 334 266
Boston 12 4 .750 —
vs.Spurs vs.Suns @ Ok.City
New York 9 9 .500 4 Philadelphia 15 6 4 34 87 61 N.Y.Jets 9 2 0 .818 264 187
7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 4 p.m.
CSN-BAY New Jersey 6 11 .353 6 1/2 Pittsburgh 16 8 2 34 79 62 Miami 6 5 0 .545 205 225
CSN-BAY TNT Buffalo 2 9 0 .182 229 295
Toronto 6 11 .353 6 1/2 N.Y.Rangers 14 11 1 29 74 69
Philadelphia 4 13 .235 8 1/2 New Jersey 8 14 2 18 45 69 South
Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 16 Dec. 26 Jan. 2 N.Y.Islanders 5 12 5 15 46 72
@ Packers vs.Arizona Southeast Division W L T Pct PF PA
vs. Seattle @ Chargers @ Rams
10 a.m. 1:15 p.m. W L Pct GB Indianapolis 6 5 0 .545 282 252
1:05 p.m. 5:20 p.m. 10 a.m. End regular
season Northeast Division Jacksonville 6 5 0 .545 240 294
FOX FOX NFL Net. FOX FOX Orlando 12 4 .750 — Houston 5 6 0 .455 264 287
Atlanta 11 7 .611 2 W L OT Pts GF GA Tennessee 5 6 0 .455 257 218
Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 26 Jan. 2 Miami 10 8 .556 3 Montreal 15 8 1 31 60 47
@ Chargers @ Jags vs.Denver vs. Colts @ K.C. End regular Charlotte 6 11 .353 6 1/2 Boston 12 8 2 26 59 46 North
1:05 p.m. 1:15 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 10 a.m. season Washington 5 11 .313 7 W L T Pct PF PA
10 a.m. Ottawa 11 13 1 23 58 75
CBS CBS CBS CBS CBS Baltimore 8 3 0 .727 250 188
Central Division Buffalo 9 13 3 21 62 73 Pittsburgh 8 3 0 .727 254 181
W L Pct GB Toronto 8 11 3 19 48 61 Cleveland 4 7 0 .364 216 229
TRANSACTIONS SIERRA SKI REPORT Chicago
Indiana
9
8
6
7
.600
.533

1 Southeast Division
Cincinnati
West
2 9 0 .182 225 288

Cleveland 7 9 .438 2 1/2


NFL Alpine Meadows — Mon 5:39 am powder ma- W L OT Pts GF GA W L T Pct PF PA
Detroit 6 11 .353 4
NFL — Fined Houston WR Andre Johnson and Ten- chine groomed 60-75 base 33 of 100 trails 33% Milwaukee 6 11 .353 4 Washington 17 6 2 36 86 68 Kansas City 7 4 0 .636 285 231
nessee CB Cortland Finnegan $25,000 for fighting Tampa Bay 13 8 3 29 73 78 San Diego 6 5 0 .545 310 225
open,800 acres,1 of 13 lifts,sm Fri:9a-4p; Sat/Sun: Oakland 5 6 0 .455 255 256
during Sunday’s game. Atlanta 12 9 3 27 77 72
DALLAS COWBOYS — Signed S Andrew Sendejo 9a-4p Open Fri-Sun. WESTERN CONFERENCE Carolina 10 11 3 23 71 78
Denver 3 8 0 .273 250 323
from the practice squad. Released DE Jimmy Sad- Bear Valley — Mon 11:21 am packed powder ma- Southwest Division Florida 10 12 0 20 57 57
dler-McQueen. Signed DL Alex Daniels to the
practice squad.
chine groomed 48-54 base 15 of 67 trails 15% open, W L Pct GB NATIONAL CONFERENCE
5 of 9 lifts,Mon-Fri:9a-4p; Sat/Sun:8:30a-4p.m. San Antonio 14 2 .875 —
NBA
SACRAMENTO KINGS — Waived G Antoine Boreal — Mon 5:55 am packed powder machine Dallas 13 4 .765 1 1/2 WESTERN CONFERENCE East
W L T Pct PF PA
Wright. New Orleans 12 5 .706 2 1/2 N.Y.Giants 7 4 0 .636 277 240
groomed 56-65 base 30 of 41 trails,74% open 250 Central Division
TORONTO RAPTORS — Recalled F Ed Davis from Memphis 7 10 .412 7 1/2 Philadelphia 7 4 0 .636 310 257
acres,4 of 8 lifts,Mon-Fri:9a-9p; Sat/Sun:9a-9p; Houston 5 12 .294 9 1/2 W L OT Pts GF GA Washington 5 6 0 .455 215 262
Erie (NBADL). Detroit 15 4 2 32 73 56
Dodge Ridge — Mon 5:23 am packed powder ma- Dallas 3 8 0 .273 256 301
NHL
BOSTON BRUINS — Assigned F Jamie Arniel to chine groomed 30-34 base 62 of 62 trails 100% Northwest Division Columbus 14 8 0 28 62 53
W L Pct GB Chicago 13 11 2 28 79 74 South
Providence (AHL). open,832 acres,10 of 10 lifts,Mon-Fri:9a-4p;Sat/Sun: W L T Pct PF PA
MINNESOTA WILD — Recalled F Matt Kassian from Utah 14 5 .737 — St.Louis 12 7 3 27 57 57
9a-4p; Atlanta 9 2 0 .818 276 209
Houston (AHL).Reassigned F Robbie Earl to Hous- Oklahoma City 12 6 .667 1 1/2 Nashville 9 8 5 23 51 60 New Orleans 8 3 0 .727 265 197
ton. Donner Ski Ranch — Mon Reopen 12/04 12 new Denver 10 6 .625 2 1/2 Tampa Bay 7 4 0 .636 219 223
MLB powder machine groomed 90-100 base 15 of 53 Portland 8 8 .500 4 1/2 Carolina 1 10 0 .091 140 276
Minnesota 4 13 .235 9 Northwest Division
American League trails,3 of 8 lifts,Sat/Sun:9a-4p; open Sat/Sun;
CLEVELAND INDIANS — Agreed to terms with C W L OT Pts GF GA North
Luke Carlin on a minor league contract. Heavenly — Mon 7:21 am packed powder ma- Pacific Division Vancouver 12 7 3 27 68 59 W L T Pct PF PA
DETROIT TIGERS — Designated RHP Zach Miner chine groomed 45-54 base 51 of 94 trails,47% open W L Pct GB Colorado 13 9 1 27 83 71 Chicago 8 3 0 .727 222 172
for assignment. 330 acres,16 of 30 lifts,sm Mon-Fri:9a-4p;Sat/Sun: L.A.Lakers 13 4 .765 — Minnesota 11 10 2 24 56 65 Green Bay 7 4 0 .636 269 166
TEXAS RANGERS — Agreed to terms with C Yorvit Golden State 8 9 .471 5 Minnesota 4 7 0 .364 189 239
8:30a-4p; 8:30a-4p; Calgary 10 12 2 22 67 69 Detroit 2 9 0 .182 258 282
Torrealba on a two-year contract and RHP Mark Phoenix 8 9 .471 5
Lowe on a one-year contract. Homewood — Mon Plan to Open 12/10 powder Sacramento 4 11 .267 8 Edmonton 7 12 4 18 59 89
West
National League machine groomed 60-77 base sm Mon-Fri: 9a-4p; L.A.Clippers 3 15 .167 10 1/2 Pacific Division W L T Pct PF PA
ATLANTA BRAVES — Agreed to terms with INF Sat/Sun:9a-4p; W L OT Pts GF GA Seattle 5 6 0 .455 209 275
Shawn Bowman,INF Ed Lucas,C J.C.Boscan,C Wilkin Sunday’s Games St.Louis 5 6 0 .455 213 231
Castillo, OF Brent Clevlen, OF Jose Constanza, OF Kirkwood — Mon 10:49 am powder machine Dallas 14 8 1 29 68 62
Atlanta 96,Toronto 78 San Francisco 4 7 0 .364 187 225
Wilkin Ramirez and RHP Jay Sborz to minor league groomed 77-77 base 62 of 72 trails 85% open,5 of New York 125,Detroit 116,2OT Phoenix 11 6 5 27 66 65 Arizona 3 8 0 .273 194 319
contracts. 12 lifts,Mon-Fri:9a-4p; Sat/Sun:9a-4p; San Antonio 109,New Orleans 95 Los Angeles 13 9 0 26 63 55
WASHINGTON NATIONALS — Named Bob Schae- Northstar at Tahoe — Mon 6:45 am packed pow- Utah 109,L.A.Clippers 97 San Jose 11 7 4 26 65 63 Sunday’s Games
fer special assistant to the general manager. Houston 99,Oklahoma City 98 Houston 20,Tennessee 0
der machine groomed 41-64 base 77 of 93 trails Anaheim 11 11 3 25 64 77 Atlanta 20,Green Bay 17
New Jersey 98,Portland 96
83% open,575 acres,10 of 19 lifts,Mon-Fri:8:30a-4p; Denver 138,Phoenix 133 Minnesota 17,Washington 13
WHAT’S ON TAP Sat/Sun:8:30a-4p; Indiana 95,L.A.Lakers 92
Monday’s Games
Sunday’s Games
Washington 3,Carolina 2,SO
N.Y.Giants 24,Jacksonville 20
Pittsburgh 19,Buffalo 16,OT
Sierra at Tahoe — Mon 6:20 am packed powder Cleveland 24,Carolina 23
TUESDAY Miami 105,Washington 94 Atlanta 4,Boston 1 Kansas City 42,Seattle 24
machine groomed 36-84 base 41 of 49 trails 84%
Girls’volleyball Oklahoma City 95,New Orleans 89 Detroit 4,Columbus 2 Miami 33,Oakland 17
Northern California championship open, 5 of 12 lifts, Mon-Fri: 9a-4p; Sat/Sun: 8:30a-
Dallas 101,Houston 91 Monday’s Games St.Louis 36,Denver 33
Division IV 4:30p; Utah 109,Milwaukee 88 Chicago 31,Philadelphia 26
Pittsburgh 3,N.Y.Rangers 1
No.5 Notre Dame-Belmont (26-12) at No.2 Sacred Soda Springs — Mon Reopen 12/03 powder ma- Tuesday’s Games Baltimore 17,Tampa Bay 10
Heart Prep (23-10),7 p.m. Dallas 4,Carolina 1 San Diego 36,Indianapolis 14
chine groomed 58-65 base 15 of 42 trails,75% open, Boston at Cleveland,4 p.m.
Detroit at Orlando,4 p.m. Edmonton 4,Ottawa 1 Monday’s Game
SATURDAY 5 miles,350 acres,3 of 7 lifts,Fri:9a-4p Sat/Sun:9a- Calgary 3,Minnesota 0 San Francisco 27, Arizona 6
Portland at Philadelphia,4 p.m.
GIRLS’VOLLEYBALL 4p; Open Fri-Sun; Los Angeles at Anaheim,late Thursday,Dec.2
New Jersey at New York,4:30 p.m. Houston at Philadelphia,5:20 p.m.
State Championship Squaw Valley USA — Mon 8:21 am packed pow- L.A.Lakers at Memphis,5 p.m. Tuesday’s Games
Division IV Sunday,Dec.5
der machine groomed 43-63 base 100 of 170 trails Indiana at Sacramento,7p.m. Tampa Bay at Toronto,4 p.m. San Francisco at Green Bay,10 a.m.
No.2N Sacred Heart Prep/No.4N Notre Dame-Bel- San Antonio at Golden State,7:30 p.m.
mont winner vs.No.1S La Jolla Country Day/No.2S 48% open,2000 acres,12 of 33 lifts,Mon-Fri:9a-4p; Phoenix at Nashville,5 p.m. Denver at Kansas City,10 a.m.
Wednesday’s Games Buffalo at Minnesota,10 a.m.
Santa Fe Christian,noon at San Jose Event Center Sat/Sun:9a-4p; St.Louis at Chicago,5 p.m.
Memphis at Atlanta,4 p.m. Jacksonville at Tennessee,10 a.m.
Sugar Bowl — Mon 8:32 am powder machine Oklahoma City at New Jersey,4 p.m. Atlanta at Colorado,7 p.m. Cleveland at Miami,10 a.m.
FOOTBALL Detroit at San Jose,7:30 p.m. Chicago at Detroit,10 a.m.
CCS Championships groomed 70-84 base 82 of 95 trails 90% open,6 of Washington at Toronto,4 p.m.
Portland at Boston,4:30 p.m. Wednesday’s Games Washington at N.Y.Giants,10 a.m.
Division II 13 lifts,Mon-Fri:9a-4p; Sat/Sun:9a-4p; New Orleans at Cincinnati,10 a.m.
No. 2 Sequoia (11-0-1) vs. No. 5 Willow Glen (10-2), Detroit at Miami,4:30 p.m. Edmonton at Montreal,4 p.m.
Tahoe Donner — Plan to Open 12/10 Mon-Fri:9a- Oakland at San Diego,1:05 p.m.
3 p.m.at San Jose City College Orlando at Chicago,5 p.m. Boston at Philadelphia,4 p.m. Carolina at Seattle,1:15 p.m.
Division III 4p Sat/Sun:9a-4p; Charlotte at New Orleans,5 p.m. Nashville at Columbus,4 p.m. St.Louis at Arizona,1:15 p.m.
No. 4 Terra Nova (8-4) vs. No. 2 Monterey (11-1), 7 Diamond Peak — Plan to Open 12/16 Minnesota at Dallas,5:30 p.m. Atlanta at Tampa Bay,1:15 p.m.
Washington at St.Louis,5 p.m.
p.m.at Westmont High-Cupertino L.A.Lakers at Houston,5:30 p.m. Dallas at Indianapolis,1:15 p.m.
Division IV Mt Rose — Mon 10:55 am packed powder ma- Milwaukee at Denver,6 p.m. Phoenix at Minnesota,5 p.m. Pittsburgh at Baltimore,5:20 p.m.
No.2 Sacred Heart Prep (10-2) vs.No.1 Carmel (11- chine groomed 31-55 base 40 of 60 trails,75% open Indiana at Utah,6 p.m. Vancouver at Calgary,6:30 p.m. Monday,Dec.6
1),7 p.m.3 p.m.at Westmont High-Cupertino 5 of 8 lifts,Mon-Fri:9a-4p; Sat/Sun:9a-4p San Antonio at L.A.Clippers,7:30 p.m. Florida at Anaheim,7 p.m. N.Y.Jets at New England,5:30 p.m.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Tuesday • Nov. 30, 2010 15
Katie Johnson can give opposing offenses fits.

NORCAL
Mateo will be replacing Sequoia.

LOUNGE
Continued from page 11
San Mateo, to its credit, argued to stay in
the Ocean, which reversed a long-standing
tradition of PAL teams arguing to stay where Continued from page 11
Sacred Heart Prep will counter Sarah
Daschbach and Sonia Abuel-Saud on the out-
side, Jesse Ebner in the middle and Ellie
they were or even move down a rung. Shannon at the opposite hitter position.
“This was the first time, and we’ve been Not a lot was expected of the Gators this
in and week out, but on any given Friday or doing this for over 10 years, where there was come out on top. In the CCS championship season because they graduated eight seniors
Saturday, a Bay Division team can easily be ever an argument having to stay up a league,” game, sloppy play by the Tigers cost them the from the 2009 CCS championship team. And
beaten by many of the Ocean teams and a Sell said. first two games. Sacred Heart Prep returned despite being one win away from playing for
couple of the Lake teams. The competitive difference between the the favor in Games 3 and 4 as Notre Dame a state championship, Hardy doesn’t see any
“Now, the difference between the Bay, Bay and the Ocean, and the Ocean and the forced a championship-deciding fifth set, dur- nerves coming from his team. He’s sure there
Ocean and Lake is razor thin,” Sell said. “We Lake, is so minimal at this time, many teams ing which Sacred Heart Prep played just a lit- will be butterflies before that first serve, but he
came in last in the Bay and we got beat by want to accumulate as many power points as tle bit better. said he doesn’t think his team is overwhelmed
Carlmont (a Lake Division team) and barely possible to make a run at a CCS berth. Since Hardy, however, doesn’t see Notre Dame by the challenge.
got by Hillsdale (another Lake Division moving to the three-division system, the PAL waiting so long to get in a rhythm. “It just seems they want to play already,”
team).” seems to have taken a step up in the respect “I’m going to guess they’re not going to Hardy said of his team.
Because the Ocean Division is considered department among other leagues in CCS. The make (the same) mistakes this time,” Hardy Even Hardy can’t wait for the match to be
an “A” League by CCS, teams in the Ocean three-division system enhanced the confi- said. played.
gain an extra point for playing in the Ocean, dence of many teams who didn’t have a Notre Dame is especially tough at the net. “I’m probably the most nervous person out
which translated this year to three teams chance of winning eight, nine games just Mary Kate Ritzo, along with Brooke Baldwin, there. I’m not eating. I’m not sleeping,” Hardy
from the Ocean Division qualifying for the three years ago. More winning is translating who had 24 kills in the CCS finals, give the said. “I’ve been in a lot of big matches. This
CCS playoffs: Champion Jefferson was the to more commitment to the program, which Tigers outstanding outside hitters, while game must mean a lot more to me. I’m a big
top seed in Division III, while second-place builds more success over the long term. Emily Morris at the opposite spot is capable of eater and I’ve never not eaten before a big
Menlo and third-place Half Moon Bay quali- And as Jefferson, Half Moon Bay and taking over a game. The middle block led by match.”
fied for the Division IV bracket. Menlo School — along with Sequoia —
And the PAL is proving it is well deserving have proven, you don’t have to play in the
of the bids as all three Ocean Division Bay Division to have a shot at CCS glory.
squads advanced to the CCS semifinals. “We might not be the best league in the
The Lake Division might have the section’s section, but we might be the deepest,” Sell
biggest surprise team in Sequoia, which is said. “It looks like we’re (the Dons) years
playing in the Division II championship away from practicing on Thanksgiving Day
game. Sequoia is one of two undefeated (an indication the team has made the CCS
teams left in the five CCS brackets. Open semifinals). But we could be in the CCS final
Division finalist Palo Alto is a half game bet- next year.”
ter at 12-0, compared to 11-0-1 Sequoia. ***
“Sequoia is in the CCS final and they’re While the fall season wraps up this week-
roughly the same team as us,” Sell said, say- end, the winter high school season is just
ing there was but a few talented players sepa- starting to kick into gear with basketball,
rating the two teams. “There is not a big gap soccer and wrestling seasons. Area coaches
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16 Tuesday • Nov. 30, 2010 HEALTH THE DAILY JOURNAL

A bit more vitamin D is good,not too much


By Lauran Neergaard higher than 1997 recommendations but it’s a step in the right direction,” bones. But the two-year study by cause kidney damage, and
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS by the Institute of Medicine that added prominent vitamin D the Institute of Medicine’s panel of Tuesday’s report sets 4,000 IUs as
ranged from 200 to 600 IUs, researcher Dr. Michael Holick of experts concluded research into vit- an upper daily limit — but not the
WASHINGTON — Got milk? depending on age. Boston University Medical Center, amin’s D possible roles in other dis- amount people should strive for.
You may need a couple cups more But it’s far below the 2,000 IUs a who said the new levels draw need- eases is conflicting. Some studies And Manson pointed to history’s
than today’s food labels say to get day that some scientists recom- ed attention to the vitamin D debate show no effect, or even signs of cautionary tales: A list of other sup-
enough vitamin D for strong bones. mend, pointing to studies that sug- and encourage more food fortifica- harm. plements — vitamins C and E and
But don’t go overboard: Long- gest people with low levels of vita- tion. A National Cancer Institute study beta carotene — plus menopause
awaited new dietary guidelines say min D are at increased risk of cer- Vitamin D and calcium go hand in last summer was the latest to report hormone pills that once were
there’s no proof that megadoses pre- tain cancers or heart disease. hand, and you no cancer protection from vitamin believed to prevent cancer or heart
vent cancer or other ailments — “This is a stunning disappoint- need a lifetime of D and the possibility of an increased disease didn’t pan out, and some-
sure to frustrate backers of the so- ment,” said Dr. Cedric Garland of both to build and risk of pancreatic cancer in people times caused harm, when put to rig-
called sunshine vitamin. the University of California, San maintain with the very highest D levels. orous testing.
The decision by the prestigious Diego, who wasn’t part of the insti- strong Super-high Stay tuned: To help settle the
Institute of Medicine, the health tute’s study and says the risk of doses — issue, Manson is heading a govern-
arm of the National Academy of colon cancer in particular could be a b o v e ment-funded study that’s recruiting
Sciences, could put some brakes on slashed if people consumed enough 10,000 20,000 healthy older Americans to
the nation’s vitamin D craze, warn- vitamin D. IUs a day test whether taking 2,000 IUs of
ing that super-high levels could be “Have they gone far enough? In — are vitamin D really will lower their
risky. my opinion probably not, known to risk for heart disease, a stroke or
“More is not necessarily better,” certain cancers.
cautioned Dr. Joann Manson of In the meantime, it’s hard to con-
Harvard Medical School, who co- sume 600 IUs of vitamin D from
authored the Institute of Medicine’s food alone. A cup of D-fortified
report being released Tuesday. milk or orange juice has about 100
Most people in the U.S. and IUs. The best sources may be fatty
Canada — from age 1 to age 70 — fish — some servings of salmon can
need to consume no more than 600 provide about a day’s supply. Other
international units of vitamin D a good sources are D-fortified cereals.
day to maintain health, the report But here’s the report’s big sur-
found. People in their 70s and older prise: While some people truly are
need as much as 800 IUs. The report seriously deficient in vitamin D, the
set those levels as the “recommend- average American in fact already
ed dietary allowance” for vitamin has enough circulating in his or her
D. blood — because we also make
That’s a bit higher than the target vitamin D from sun exposure, and
of 400 IUs set by today’s govern- because many people already take
ment-mandated food labels, and multivitamins or other D-containing
dietary supplements.
THE DAILY JOURNAL HEALTH Tuesday • Nov. 30, 2010 17

FDA reviewing new drugs


to reduce prostate cancer
By Matthew Perrone about the value of preventing low-grade tumors.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS According to the FDA, about 80 percent of the
tumors the drugs prevent are not aggressive.
WASHINGTON — Health regulators said Because the tumors grow so slowly, they are not
Monday that two drugs from GlaxoSmithKline considered a threat to senior men with less than
and Merck reduce the risk of prostate cancer in 20 years of life expectancy.
men, though scientists questioned the drugs’ While the tumors may not be life threatening,
overall benefit, since the tumors they prevent Glaxo has argued that they can lead to unneces-
are usually not life-threatening. sary treatment and biopsies - a procedure where
The reviewers for the Food and Drug a tiny tissue sample is removed and tested for
Administration also complained that the com- cancer. About 650,000 men had prostate biop-
panies only studied a small number of African- sies last year and 70 percent of the tumors sam-
American men, who are at high risk for prostate pled were low-grade, according to Glaxo.
cancer. The agency will hold a public meeting Some recent studies have suggested prostate
on the drugs on Wednesday. cancer is over-diagnosed and over-treated in
U.K.-based GlaxoSmithKline has asked the men — even in men with low-grade tumors.
FDA to approve its drug Avodart for a new use Treatment for the disease can include surgery to
against prostate cancer, after research showed a remove the cancer, radiation therapy or
23 percent reduction in low-grade prostate
tumors among men taking the drug.
Merck of Whitehouse Station, N.J., achieved
similar results with its drug Proscar and is ask-
chemotherapy.
If approved, Avodart and Proscar would be
the first drugs recognized by the FDA to help
prevent prostate cancer in men.
More than 600,000 people
On Wednesday, the FDA will ask a panel of
ing the FDA to approve labeling about its drug’s
benefits in reducing prostate cancer risks. Both
drugs are already approved to treat enlarged
prostate.
outside advisers to vote on the safety and effec-
tiveness of Avodart and Proscar in preventing
prostate cancer. The agency is not required to
killed by second-hand smoke
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Scientists then estimated that passive smok-
But regulators said in an online review follow the panel’s advice, though it often does.
Monday that only a small percentage of patients The FDA will also ask its panelists about a ing causes about 379,000 deaths from heart
studied were African-Americans, who are at slightly higher number of aggressive tumors LONDON — Secondhand smoke kills disease, 165,000 deaths from lower respirato-
increased risk of the disease. seen in men taking Avodart and Proscar, com- more than 600,000 people worldwide every ry disease, 36,900 deaths from asthma and
Only 4 percent of Merck’s patients were pared with those taking dummy pills. The drug year, according to a new study. 21,400 deaths from lung cancer a year.
African-American, while Glaxo’s trial enrolled companies have argued that their drugs do not In the first look at the global impact of sec- Altogether, those account for about 1 per-
just 2 percent African-American patients. cause the more aggressive tumors, but only ondhand smoking, researchers analyzed data cent of the world’s deaths. The study was paid
“The applicability to African-American men make them easier detect. Since both drugs from 2004 for 192 countries. They found 40 for by the Swedish National Board of Health
is not known due to marked under-representa- shrink the prostate, drug company scientists say percent of children and more than 30 percent and Welfare and Bloomberg Philanthropies. It
tion,” states the FDA’s review. doctors are more likely to find large, aggressive of non-smoking men and women regularly was published Friday in the British medical
FDA’s review also raises broader questions tumors than smaller, low-grade tumors. breathe in secondhand smoke. journal Lancet.
18 Tuesday • Nov. 30, 2010 HEALTH THE DAILY JOURNAL

Tax break for employer health plans a target


By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar The compromise was a tax on high-cost health
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “What we are saying is that we are going to examine every tax insurance plans, which won’t go into effect until
2018.
WASHINGTON — Job-based health care earmark....They are all on the table.If you want to keep one,then In a twist, the health care law eventually may
benefits could wind up on the chopping block if show us how you are going to come up with the money.That’s make it easier to pry people away from employ-
President Barack Obama and congressional er insurance, a system that dates to World War II
Republicans get serious about cutting the deficit.
where you really have to put your money where your mouth is.” and has sustained three generations.
Budget proposals from leaders in both parties — Rep.Xavier Becerra Starting in 2014, new insurance markets will
have urged shrinking or eliminating tax breaks make it easier for people to buy coverage on their
that help make employer health insurance the such talk. Now, they’re preparing for another for a big cut in tax rates. own. These state-based “exchanges” would work
leading source of coverage in the nation and a fight. Tampering with health care tax breaks is “a The commission is supposed to report its plan like the federal employee health plan. Taxpayer
middle-class mainstay. terrible step in the wrong direction,” said Mary on Wednesday. It’s unclear if leaders have the subsidies will help individuals and families with
The idea isn’t to just raise revenue, economists Kay Henry, the new president of the Service votes to back their sweeping changes. low to moderate incomes pay premiums.
say, but finally to turn Americans into frugal Employees International Union, which repre- A separate group, the Bipartisan Policy Center, “Before health reform, a declining role for
health care consumers by having them face the sents many hospital workers. “We want the mid- is proposing to cap the health care tax break in employers would have raised concerns,” Rivlin
full costs of their medical decisions. dle class stabilized, not destabilized.” 2018 and eliminate it over the next 10 years. and Domenici said in their proposal. But well-
Such a re-engineering was rejected by Employer-provided health insurance is part of That’s part of a deficit reduction strategy from run exchanges “will provide a viable — perhaps
Democrats only a few months ago, at the height of a worker’s compensation. Unlike wages, it isn’t Democrat Alice Rivlin, a former Federal Reserve even superior — alternative.”
the health care overhaul debate. But Washington subject to income and payroll taxes. vice chairman, and former Sen. Pete Domenici, One Democratic member of Obama’s deficit
has changed, with Republicans back in power and Repealing the tax break would raise several R-N-M., who once led the Senate Budget commission is wrestling with the idea.
widespread fears that the burden of government hundred billion dollars a year, depending on how Committee. California Rep. Xavier Becerra says it’s a very
debt may drag down the economy. it’s done. Many economists believe employers “The problem of rising debt is so serious that different situation from the health care debate.
“There is no short-term prospect of enact- would boost pay if they didn’t provide health Republicans and Democrats are going to have go Back then, policymakers were looking for
ment,” former Senate Majority Leader Tom care. Proponents of repeal usually call for a tax back and look at almost everything to see how money to pay for covering the uninsured. Now,
Daschle, a leading Democratic adviser on health credit to offset part of the cost of individually we solve this,” said Rivlin. they’re looking at rebalancing the role of govern-
care. “However, in a tax reform (and) deficit purchasing coverage. Simpson calls the health care tax break a “tax ment in the economy. He’s not considering
reducing context in the long term, the prospects The leaders of Obama’s deficit commission — earmark.” He said that “you cannot get anything health care tax breaks in isolation.
are much better,” said Daschle. He opposes Democrat Erskine Bowles, a former Clinton done in this game unless you deal with every sin- “What we are saying is that we are going to
repealing the tax break by itself, but says he White House chief of staff, and Alan Simpson, a gle aspect of the federal budget, and the biggest examine every tax earmark,” Becerra said. “They
would be “willing to look” at it with other former GOP senator from Wyoming — have thing to wrap our arms around is health care.” are all on the table. If you want to keep one, then
changes that improve access to quality health proposed to limit the tax break or eliminate it Democrats struggled with proposals to curb show us how you are going to come up with the
care while reducing costs. along with other cherished deductions, such as the tax break during the health care debate, but money. That’s where you really have to put your
Labor unions believed they had squelched any the one for mortgage interest. That would allow strong opposition from organized labor won out. money where your mouth is.”

in the courses, explained Associate advanced placement courses. The classes are I must take the Advanced Placement Exam if

TESTS
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Superintendent of Instruction Matthew
Biggar.
Elizabeth Stone, a district parent and an
thought to be more rigorous. Many students
choose to take an AP exam on the same topic
at the end of the year. Students who get a high
offered.”
Biggar acknowledged the district policy and
message to students was “out of sync.”
educational consultant, brought the miscom- enough ranking are eligible to get college Principals are now given the job of clarify-
munication to the district’s attention. While course credit at many, but not all, institutions. ing the test is not required.
imply the tests are mandatory. Requiring the she’s happy the change will be made, Stone Biggar explained the district encourages Despite this, Biggar anticipates many stu-
test would be legal if the district picked up the hoped it would come sooner. students to take the test. Many schools creat- dents will still take the tests in the spring.
$87 per test tab, which it doesn’t. Two weeks “Every kid I’ve talk to thinks they have to ed contracts which it asks students and their For Stone, this clarification is a first step.
ago, an administrative board recognized the take these exams,” said Stone, adding each parents to sign before enrolling. Some of She wants further clarity given to parents
disconnect between district policy and the day that misunderstanding continues is a these contracts include language that imply and students specifically that a student’s deci-
message sent to many students. Principals stress-filled one for these students. the test is a requirement. sion not to take an AP exam cannot affect his
should soon be clarifying that students are not Students in the San Mateo Union High For example, the 2009-10 contract from or her grade, standing in the class or ability to
required to take AP tests simply for enrolling School District can choose to enroll in Burlingame High School reads, “I understand enroll in the class.
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19, when the Measure L quarter-cent sales tax
expires.
Lim noted last night that 14 employees with
Calendar
gram has the highest pass rates, is the music, carolers and children’s activi-
the city earn more than $200,000 a year. TUESDAY, NOV. 30
A Little Recital. 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. second largest in the country and ties. For more information visit cityof-
“We are asking rank-and-file employees to Twin Pines Senior and Community offers the best value. For more infor- sancarlos.org.
Lim suggested the city cap its general fund make deep concessions, why not upper man- Center, 20 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont. mation call 291-1992.
revenue at $80 million over the next several With pianist Rhoderick Reyes. Light City of Burlingame’s Annual Tree
agement,” Lim said. refreshments are included. All seniors First Annual Redwood City Lighting. 5:30 p.m. City Hall, 501
years so that expenditures can stay aligned But Mayor Lee justified the high salaries. are welcome. Reservations are Hanukkah Festival. 5 p.m. to 6:30 Primrose Road, Burlingame. Free. For
with revenue as the city anticipates a modest required. For more information call p.m. San Mateo County History more information call 558-7300.
“You get outstanding people by paying out- 595-7444. Museum, 2200 Broadway, Redwood
general fund growth of just 2.5 percent a year, City. Join the celebration of the Jewish Art Guild of Pacifica Opening
standing salaries to get an outstanding per- Festival of Lights with food, music Reception. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sanchez
compared to the historical high of 5 percent. Cloud Services: Getting Scale out of
formance,” Lee said. your Web Apps. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 and arts and crafts followed by a can- Art Center, 1220 Linda Mar Blvd.,
“How can you cap the general fund? This is p.m. Orrick, 1000 Marsh Road, Menlo dle-lighting ceremony on the steps of Pacifica. For more information call
Lim also noted the city spends in the range 592-1613.
a growing city,” Lee said. “What we need to Park. Free for members, $15 for non- the Old Courthouse. Free. For more
do is find a way to slow down retirement of $800,000 to $1 million a year on consult- members. For more information call information visit
(408) 414-5950. jewishredwoodcity.com/festival. Hawaiian Holiday On Ice. 7 p.m.
funding.” ants for topics ranging from high-speed rail to Belmont Iceland, 815 Old County
A staff report by City Manager Susan senior issues. College Admissions Workshop. 7 Winter Concert at Carlmont High. Road, Belmont. The evening will fea-
p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda 7 p.m. Carlmont High School, 1400 ture a combination of musical theater,
Loftus and Finance Director David Culver But Lee and councilmen Robert Ross, de las Pulgas, Belmont. Learn what Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. $10 ice-skating recitals and dramatic per-
show how the city can make significant sav- Brandt Grotte and Jack Matthews all said that admissions officers want to see in adults / $8 seniors & students. For formances from local skaters and per-
applicants and get tips on how to make more information, visit www.carl- formers. $10. For more information or
ings by implementing a two-tiered pension consultants provide an expertise city staff yourself the most attractive applicant montperformingarts.com. to order tickets call 592-0533.
and benefits package for new hires in a staff cannot. possible. For more information con-
tact conrad@smcl.org. Holiday faire and winter concert at Prince S.F. Singers Holiday
report on financial sustainability planning. San Mateo’s most volatile funding source Woodside High. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Concert. 7:30 p.m. St. Peter’s
has been the property transfer tax, reaching a WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1 Performing Arts Center at Woodside Church, 178 Clinton St., Redwood
Public safety workers, for instance, can cur- Free Ear Acupuncture. 9:30 a.m. to High School, 199 Churchill Ave., City. Featured on the one-hour pro-
rently retire with an average of 3 percent of high of $10.4 million in fiscal year 2006-07. noon. Ye’s Chi Clinic, 105 N. San Woodside. Free. For more information gram will be the premiere of
The number dropped by 70 percent in just two Mateo Drive, San Mateo. Suggested visit www.woodsidehs.org. Malucelli’s setting of the classic holi-
the three highest salaried years at age 50. $5 donation. For more information day poem ‘Twas the Night Before
In the past several years, San Mateo has years, however, to $3.3 million in fiscal year call 558-8118. College of San Mateo Symphonic Christmas, set to melodies of beloved
reduced its budget by more than $15 million 2008-09. Band Concert. 7:30 p.m. College of carols and ending with a spoof of the
Computer Coach. 10:30 a.m. San Mateo, 1700 W. Hillsdale Blvd., opening chorus of Magnificat in D, by
and has eliminated 121 positions, according Median home prices in San Mateo have Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de las San Mateo. The College of San Mateo Johann Sebastian Bach. For more
to the staff report. dropped 25 percent since 2007 from a histor- Pulgas, Belmont. Drop into this Symphonic Band and the Aragon information contact
relaxed and welcoming tutoring ses- High School Wind Ensemble will be ken@princesf.com.
Despite the reductions and loss of employ- ical high of $781,500 to about $590,000 this sion with all your technical questions performing works by Alfred Reed,
For more events visit
ees, the city faces significant increases in pen- year. for one-on-one help. For more infor- Aaron Copland, Ron Nelson, Dmitri
smdailyjournal.com, click Calendar.
mation contact conrad@smcl.org. Shostakovich and many more. $5 at
sion compensation cost, according to the staff The property transfer tax is forecast to the door. For more information call
report. The employer contribution rates for reach $5.4 million in 2013-14. This year, the Teen Gaming. 3:30 p.m. Belmont 574-6163.
Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas,
public safety employees are projected to city expects to net about $4 million from the Belmont. Come play Wii, board FRIDAY, DEC. 3
increase from 27.9 percent this year to 45 per- property transfer tax. games and more in the Taube ‘Taking Care of Business...and
Community Room at the Belmont Yourself.’ 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. South San
cent by fiscal year 2018-19, according to the After 2014, staff has capped the property Library. For more information contact Francisco Conference Center, 255 S.
staff report. transfer tax at $5.4 million regardless of how conrad@smcl.org. Airport Blvd., South San Francisco.
The city’s general fund revenue is expected much the city actually nets from it. GO talk show host, fitness guru and
Comfort Foods Cooking Class. 6 author Joanie Greggains will be the
p.m. to 7:30 p.m. New Leaf special guest. She will share practical
Community Markets, 150 San Mateo exercises and advice on how to stay
Road, Half Moon Bay. The Family healthy and in shape.
Chef, Amy Fothergill, will share some
of her favorite winter recipes that Fabulous Holiday Boutique. 11 a.m.
don’t take long to prepare. $20. For to 7 p.m. 65 E. Third Ave., San Mateo.
more information contact Over 20 local vendors. Free. For more
patti@bondmarcom.com. information visit www.weba.us.
Dance Nights. 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Main Gallery/Corridor Gallery —
Twin Pines Senior and Community The Annual Portfolio Sale and
Center 20 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont. Show. 7 p.m. Pacific Art League 668
$6. For more information call 595- Ramona St., Palo Alto. For more
7444. information contact marketing@paci-
ficartleague.org.
THURSDAY, DEC. 2
Java with Jerry. 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 The E-mail Clinic. 1:30 p.m. to 3
a.m. Specialty’s Cafe and Bakery, p.m. Little House, 800 Middle Ave.,
1886 S. Norfolk St., San Mateo. Menlo Park. Free. For more informa-
Please join state Assemblyman Jerry tion call 326-2025.
Hill, D-San Mateo, for a cup of coffee
and conversation. Coffee will be pro- Friends of the Millbrae Library
vided. For more information call 349- Book and Media Sale. 3 p.m. to 6
1900. p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave.,
Millbrae. $5. For more information
PHR/SPHR Certification call 697-7607.
Preparation Course. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
MacCorkle Insurance Service 577 Night of Holiday Lights. 5 p.m. to 8
Airport Blvd., Suite 500 Burlingame. p.m. Downtown along Laurel Street,
Prepare with the best. NCHRA’s pro- San Carlos. Featuring festive lights,
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holdings, go to all wellsprings.
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ness affairs. Numerous opportunities will become available to assistance of someone you know who might be the perfect
you in each area, so make the most of them. person to help you swing something important that you’ve
been trying to initiate. Chances are s/he’ll comply.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) - If you need some kind
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need. Don’t use an intermediary. put all else aside and make it your top priority. You’ve got to
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CASE# CIV 500307
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
PETITION OF
Cresencia Fe Aguirre Farrales
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
Petitioner, Cresencia Fe Aguirre Far-
rales filed a petition with this court for a
110 Employment 110 Employment decree changing name as follows:
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Farrales
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DEED OF TRUST, DATED 09/14/2006.
LEGAL NOTICES
UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO- Fictitious Business Name Statements, Trustee Sale
TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE
SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU Notice, Alcohol Beverage License, Name Change,
NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NA-
TURE OF THE PROCEEDING
Probate, Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons,
AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CON- Notice of Public Sales, and More.
TACT A LAWYER.” Notice is hereby giv-
en that RECONTRUST COMPANY,
N.A., as duly appointed trustee pursuant Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County.
to the Deed of Trust executed by MI-
CHAEL ELZO GRELLI, A MARRIED
MAN AS HIS SOLE AND SEPARATE Fax your request to: 650-344-5290
PROPERTY, dated 09/14/2006 and re-
corded 09/20/06, as Instrument No.
Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com
2006-142444, in Book , Page ), of Official Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Over the Hedge
Records in the office of the County Re-
corder of San Mateo County, State of
California, will sell on 01/03/2011 at
12:30PM, At the Marshall Street en-
trance to the Hall of Justice, 400 County
Center, Redwood City, San Mateo Coun-
ty, CA at public auction, to the highest 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
bidder for cash or check as described
below, payable in full at time of sale, all FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
right, title, and interest conveyed to and STATEMENT #241908 STATEMENT #241836
now held by it under said Deed of Trust, The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
in the property situated in said County as: (1)Portola Valley Lobster Shack, as: Pushing Daisies, 600 Laurel Street,
and State and as more fully described in (2)Shakecups, 3130 Alpine Road, Porto- San Carlos, CA 94070 is hereby regis-
the above referenced Deed of Trust. la Valley, CA 94028 is hereby registered tered by the following owner: Denise
The street address and other common by the following owner: Old Port Lobster Melanie Newman, 908 Woodland Ave.,
designation, if any of the real property Company, Inc., CA. The business is con- San Carlos, CA 94070. The business is
described above is purported to be: 724 ducted by a Corporation. The registrants conducted by an Individual. The regis-
HOWE STREET, SAN MATEO, CA, commenced to transact business under trants commenced to transact business
94401. The undersigned Trustee dis- the FBN on 11/22/2010. under the FBN on N/A.
claims any liability for any incorrectness /s/ Russell Deutsch / /s/ Denise Newman /
of the street address and other common This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
designation, if any, shown herein. The to- sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
County on 11/12/10. (Published in the County on 11/08/10. (Published in the
tal amount of the unpaid balance with in-
San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/16/10, San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/23/10, 297 Bicycles 304 Furniture 307 Jewelry & Clothing
terest thereon of the obligation secured
by the property to be sold plus reasona- 11/23/10, 11/30/10, 12/07/10). 11/30/10, 12/07/10, 12/14/10).
GIRL'S BIKE HUFFY Purple 6-speed BLACK LEATHER office chair with 5 SMALL JEWELRY cabinet - 17” H, 12”
ble estimated costs, expenses and ad- good cond. $35 - Angela (650)269-3712 rollers $25. (650)871-5078 W, 2 glass doors, plus 2 drawers, very
vances at the time of the initial publica- pretty, $35., (650)592-2648
tion of the Notice of Sale is $680,813.94. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME BOOKCASE - $25., (650)255-6652
It is possible that at the time of sale the STATEMENT #241542 STATEMENT #241991 298 Collectibles
opening bid may be less than the total in- The following person is doing business The following person is doing business BOOKCASE - Large size bookcase, 27
debtedness due. In addition to cash, the as: Aloha Taxi, 1400 El Camino Real, as: Cars Limited, 100 Glenn Way #3, X 69, with 5 shelves, walnut finish, $20.,
308 Tools
Burlingame, CA 94010 is hereby regis- SAN CARLOS, CA 94070 is hereby reg- 2 VINTAGE COFFEE CANS - empty,
Trustee will accept cashier’s checks Hills Bros. red, 1922-45, HillsBros , early (650)364-7777
drawn on a state or national bank, a tered by the following owner: Keben Ka- istered by the following owner: Gus S. CLICKER TORQUE wrench 1/2 inch
mealoha Kiilehua, same address. The Stamates, 444 Edgewood Rd., SAN MA- 80’s, $40/both, (650)347-5104 drive 20-150 LBS reversible all chrome
check drawn by a state or federal credit CABINET - wood, $70., (650)367-1350
union, or a check drawn by a state or business is conducted by an Individual. TEO. The business is conducted by an $40. 650-595-3933
federal savings and loan association, The registrants commenced to transact Individual. The registrants commenced to 28 RECORDS - 78 RPMS, Bing Crosby, CHANDELIER WITH 5 lights/ candela-
savings association, or savings bank business under the FBN on transact business under the FBN on Frankie Laine, Al Jolson, many others, all bre base with glass shades $20. CRAFTSMAN 16” scroll saw - good con-
specified in Section 5102 of the Financial /s/ Keben K. Kiilehua / /s/ Gus S. Stamates / in book albums, $90. all, (650)347-5104 (650)504-3621 dition, $85., (650)591-4710
Code and authorized to do business in This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
this state. Said sale will be made, in an sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo 49ER REPORT issues '85-'87 $35/all, CHEST - 6 drawer chest of drawers, DOLLEY - Heavy Duty, Dual Use 54"
“AS IS” condition, but without covenant County on 10/20/10. (Published in the County on 11/18/10. (Published in the (650)592-2648 44x18x29, $20., (650)341-4905 hgt. Upright-Push Cart South City
or warranty, express or implied, regard- San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/16/10, San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/30/10, $99.OBO (415) 410 - 9801
ing title, possession or encumbrances, to 11/23/10, 11/30/10, 12/07/10). 12/07/10, 12/14/10, 12/21/10). COFFEE TABLE - $60., (650)367-1350
satisfy the indebtedness secured by said 6 GALLON "red wing" Crock $100 RWC PRESSURE WASHER 2500 PSI, good
Deed of Trust, advances thereunder, (650)868-0436 COFFEE TABLE light brown lots of stor- condition, $350., (650)926-9841
with interest as provided, and the unpaid FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME age good condition $65. (650)867-2720
STATEMENT #241929 STATEMENT #242667 8 VERY OLD BOTTLES - most used for SPEEDAIR AIR COMPRESSOR - 4 gal-
principal of the Note secured by said medicines, whiskey, milk, root beer, all in lon stack tank air compressor $100.,
Deed of Trust with interest thereon as The following person is doing business The following persons are doing busi-
as: Kretiko Olive Oil, 8 Seville Court, Mill- ness as: Choice Finee, 407 S. B Street, good condition, $90. all, (650)347-5104 COMPUTER DESK $70. (650)367-1350 (650)591-4710
provided in said Note, plus fees, charges
and expenses of the Trustee and of the brae, CA 94030 is hereby registered by San Mateo, CA 94401 is hereby regis-
the following owner: Dahko LLC, CA. tered by the following owners: Jane Lee- BABEBALL CARDS assorted (25) CREDENZA - $25., (650)255-6652 TABLE SAW 10", very good condition
trusts created by said Deed of Trust. If $15/all. (408)420-5646 $85. (650) 787-8219
required by the provisions of section The business is conducted by a Limited Chien, 37 Garden Terrace, Irvine, CA
Liability Company. The registrants com- 92603 and Holton Lee, 619 Bainbridge, DESK 60”w 28”h 30” d, two shelf exten-
2923.5 of the California Civil Code, the BAY MEADOW coffee mug in box $10. sion 4 drawers, SOLD! TORO LEAF BLOWERS, Power Sweep
declaration from the mortgagee, benefi- menced to transact business under the FosterCity, CA 94404. The business is
FBN on conducted by a General Partnership. The (650)345-1111 + 850 Super Blower, Electric like new
ciary or authorized agent is attached to DINING CHAIRS - (4) solid, $20. each, $40. pair South City (415) 410-9801
the Notice of Trustee’s Sale duly record- /s/ Dorris Koutantos / registrants commenced to transact busi- CARNIVAL GLASS WATER PITCHER - (650)756-6778
ed with the appropriate County Record- This statement was filed with the Asses- ness under the FBN on beautiful design, $25., leave message
er’s Office. DATED: 08/06/2010 RECON- sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo /s/ Jane Lee-Chien / (650)365-1797 DINING TABLE with 4 chairs with leaf 309 Office Equipment
TRUST COMPANY, N.A. 1800 Tapo County on 11/15/10. (Published in the This statement was filed with the Asses- light wood 42 x 34 $99. (650)341-1645
Canyon Rd., CA6-914-01-94 SIMI VAL- San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/16/10, sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo CLASSICAL, OPERA dvds (200), al- CALCULATOR - Casio, still in box, new,
LEY, CA 93063 Phone/Sale Information: 11/23/10, 11/30/10, 12/07/10). County on 11/23/10. (Published in the most new, and (100) CD’s, $3,000 all, DIRECTORS TYPE CHAIR with leather $25., (650)867-2720
(800) 281 8219 By: Trustee’s Sale Offi- San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/30/10, (650)233-0111 seat, $35., (650)355-2996
cer RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. is a 12/07/10, 12/14/10, 12/21/10). FILING CABINET - 2 drawer wood filing
debt collector attempting to collect a FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME cabinet, 20x25x30, $45., (650)341-4905
STATEMENT #241715 DANCING FIGURINE by Bradley Dolls -
debt. Any information obtained will be Musical, plays “If You Love Me”, 8 1/2 “ DRAFTING TABLE 30 x 42' with side
used for that purpose. FEI # The following person is doing business FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME tray. excellent cond $75. (650)949-2134 FILING CABINET - 4 drawer steel filing
as: Bantsari Editorial Services, 1321 Pal- tall, $20., (650)518-0813
1006.120328 11/30, 12/07, 12/14/2010 STATEMENT #242065 cabinet, $30., (650)341-4905
oma Avenue, Burlingame, CA 94010 is The following person is doing business END TABLE marble top with drawer with
hereby registered by the following owner: GLASSES 6 sets redskins, good condi- matching table $70/all. (650)520-0619
as: Seed of Luxury, 1290 Bayshore Hwy, tion never used $30/all. (650)345-1111 OFFICE LAMP - new in box, $35/obo,
Lea Anne Bantsari, same address. The #152, Burlingame, CA 94010 is hereby (650)303-3568
business is conducted by an Individual. registered by the following owner: Robin ENTERTAINMENT CENTER - Oak
JACK TASHNER signed ball $25. Ri- wood, great condition, glass doors, fits
The registrants commenced to transact Naber, 1055 Macadamia Dr., Hillsbor- chard (650)834-4926 OFFICE LAMP new $8. (650)345-1111
business under the FBN on 06/03/2003. ough, CA 94010. The business is con- large TV, 2 drawers, shelves , $100/obo.
/s/ Lea Anne Bantsari / ducted by an Individual. The registrants MERCHANT MARINE, framed forecastle (650)261-9681 OFFICE WATER COOLER Hot - Ex Hot
This statement was filed with the Asses- commenced to transact business under card, signed by Captain Angrick '70. 13 x ,Cold - Ice Cold Like New South City
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo the FBN on 17 inches $35 cash. (650)755-8238 HUTCH - maple finish, 4 shelves, 52 $99. OBO (415) 410 -9801
STATEMENT #241653 County on 11/01/10. (Published in the /s/ Robin Naber / inch W, $75., (650)341-1645
The following person is doing business San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/16/10, This statement was filed with the Asses- POSTER - framed photo of President SHRED MASTER cuts 3-4 sheets at a
as: (1) FinancialContent Services Inc. (2) 11/23/10, 11/30/10, 12/07/10). INFLATABLE BED with pump, queen, time SOLD!
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo Wilson and Chinese Junk $25 cash, $45., (650)341-4905
PRConnect, 195 Glenn Way, Ste. 250, County on 11/23/10. (Published in the (650)755-8238
SAN CARLOS, CA 94070 is hereby reg- San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/30/10, 310 Misc. For Sale
istered by the following owner: Finan- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME MAHOGANY BEDROOM DRESSER -
12/07/10, 12/14/10, 12/21/10). SANTA DOLL 4ft. velvet suit w/gift 37 L x 19 W 9 drawers and attached mir-
cialContent Services, Inc., CA. The busi- STATEMENT #241702 sack + tree, hand crafted, SOLD!
ness is conducted by a Corporation. The ror 37 H x 36 W , $75., (650)341-1645 "PAN-AM CHINA Clipper" silver plated
The following person is doing business creamer $40. (650)593-8880
registrants commenced to transact busi- as: Project Blueprint, 710 Mariners Island VASE - with tray, grey with red flowers,
ness under the FBN on 01/01/2000. Blvd., #108, San Mateo, CA 94404 is 295 Art perfect condition, $30., (650)345-1111
NIGHT STANDS - (2) Two drawer night
stands, 18x16x19, $25., (650)341-4905 13 PIECE paint and pad set for home
/s/ Wing Yu / hereby registered by the following owner:
This statement was filed with the Asses- use $25., (650)589-2893
Susan P. Senning, same address. The PAINTING "jack vettriano" Portland gal-
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo business is conducted by an Individual. lery 26 x 33. $65. (650)345-1111. 300 Toys OFFICE DESK - $25., (650)255-6652
5 NEEDLEPOINT sets still in package
County on 10/27/10. (Published in the The registrants commenced to transact ROCKING CHAIR - Traditional, full size $10/each, (650)592-2648
San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/05/10, business under the FBN on 05/26/2004. PICTURE WITH Frame Jack Vettriano RADIO CONTROLLED Beetle Buggy
car new in box $10. (408)249-3858 Rocking chair. Excellent condition $100.,
11/12/10, 11/19/10, 11/26/10). /s/ Susan P. Senning / with light attached $100. (650)867-2720 (650)504-3621
This statement was filed with the Asses- ANGEL WITH lights 12 inches High $12.
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
296 Appliances 302 Antiques (650)368-3037
County on 11/01/10. (Published in the SHELVING - 2000 square foot of shelv-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/16/10, ANTIQUE SOLID mahogany knick-knack ing, $500. obo, (650)212-6666 AREA RUG - Beautiful, plush, 11’ x 6.10’
STATEMENT #241541 11/23/10, 11/30/10, 12/07/10). 4 BURNER cook top commercial lifetime or bookshelf with 4 small drawers, good
burner $22., (650)756-6778 remnant solid tan color, never used, tags
The following person is doing business condition, $95. 650-726-5200 TABLE & CHAIR SET - new, perfect still attached, clean, $60., (650)347-5104
as: Elegant Skin, 110 Park Place, Mill- condition, $475., (650)638-1285
brae, CA 94030 is hereby registered by FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME AIR CONDITIONER - slider model for ARTIFICIAL FICUS Tree 6 ft. life like, full
the following owner: Tiffany Montalbano, STATEMENT #241329 narrow windows, 10k BTU, excellent CHINA CABINET - Vintage, 6 foot, TWIN SIZE Electric beds (2) very good branches. in basket $55. (650)269-3712
223 29th Ave., San Mateo, CA 94403. The following person is doing business condition, $100., (650)212-7020 solid mahogany. $300/obo. condition, you haul, $100 obo,(650)583-
The business is conducted by an Individ- as: McDonald’s of East Palo Alto, 2401 (650)867-0379 9395 AUTOMAT BLACK leather opens with
ual. The registrants commenced to trans- University Ave., EAST PALO ALTO, CA compartment SOLD!
act business under the FBN on 11/01/10. 94303 is hereby registered by the follow- CHOPPERS (4) with instructions $7/all. TWO END tables: $35 or $20 each.
/s/ Tiffany Montalbano / ing owner: Larry C Tripplett, same ad- (650)368-3037 (650)787-8219 BARBIE BEACH vacation & Barbie prin-
This statement was filed with the Asses- dress. The business is conducted by an
KENMORE DISHWASHER, exc. condi-
303 Electronics cess bride computer games $15 each,
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo Individual. The registrants commenced to WHITE WICKER ROCKING CHAIR - (650)367-8949
County on 10/20/10. (Published in the transact business under the FBN on tion, 3yrs old, $95. (650)483-3630 Solid construction, $35., (650)341-4905
46” MITSUBISHI Projector TV, great
San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/09/10, /s/ Larry C. Tripplett / KENMORE MICROWAVE, exc. condi- condition. $400. (650)261-1541.
11/16/10, 11/23/10, 11/30/10). This statement was filed with the Asses- WICKER CHAIRS - (2) $45. or $25. for BATH TOWELS - 10 used, good condi-
tion, 3yrs old, $45. (650)483-3630 one, (650)341-4905 tion, SOLD!
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
County on 10/07/10. (Published in the MINI FRIDGE - 34 inches high, runs well, COMSWITCH 3500 - used for fax, com-
San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/23/10, puter modem, telephone answering ma- WOODEN KITCHEN China Cabinet: $99 BEADS - Glass beads for jewelry mak-
$85., (650)355-2996 (great condition!), (650)367-1350 ing, $75. all, (650)676-0732
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 11/30/10, 12/07/10, 12/14/10). chine, never used, $35., (650)347-5104
STATEMENT #241765 WOODEN QUILT rack with kitty designs
The following person is doing business BETTY BOOP perfume 3.5 ounces $8.
PORTABLE GE Dishwasher, excellent DELL PHOTO 924 all in one with 2 ink on end excellent condition, SOLD! (408)249-3858
as: Payless Car Rental, 734 San Bruno FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME condition $75 OBO, (650)583-0245 cartridges $60 obo. (650)290-1960
Ave. East, San Bruno, CA 94066 is here- STATEMENT #241635
The following person is doing business 306 Housewares BROGMANSIA TREE $40 needs plant-
by registered by the following owner: No- RADIATOR HEATER, oil filled, electric, JVC VHS recorder - Like new, $15., ing. (650)871-7200
cal Rentals, Inc., CA. The business is as: SF Bay Student Jobs, 2864 Hosmer 1500 watts $25. (650)504-3621 (650)367-8949
conducted by a Corporation. The regis- St., San Mateo, CA 94403 is hereby reg- "PRINCESS HOUSE" decorator urn CABINET OAK, fits over toilet water
trants commenced to transact business istered by the following owner: Perla SHOP VACUUM rigid brand 3.5 horse PHILLIPS VCR plus vhs-hu 4 head Hi-Fi "Vase" cream with blue flower 13 inch H tank, like new $25. (650)341-5347
under the FBN on 12/01/10. Prieto, same address. The business is power 9 gal wet/dry $40. (650)591-2393 like new, SOLD! $25., (650)868-0436
/s/ Genesis Chen / conducted by an Individual. The regis- CANDLE OIL lamp set 3 piece hand
This statement was filed with the Asses- trants commenced to transact business STOVE TOP 4 burners with electric grill SANIO CASETTE/RECORDER 2 way CANDLEHOLDER - Gold, angel on it, blown glass 9 inches tall burns 25 hours.
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo under the FBN on commercial grade $50., (650)756-6778 Radio - $95.obo, call for more details, tall, purchased from Brueners, originally $40, 650-343-3374
County on 11/03/10. (Published in the /s/ Perla Prieto / (650)290-1960 $100., selling for $20.,(650)867-2720
San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/09/10, This statement was filed with the Asses- CAROL HIGGINS CLARK HARDBACK
11/16/10, 11/23/10, 11/30/10). sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo VACUUM CLEANER $50 (650)367-1350 SONY RADIO cassette recorder $15 HAMILTON BEACH BOOKS - 10 @ $3. ea., or all for $25.,
County on 10/27/10. (Published in the black good condition. (650)345-1111 Mixer-Vintage incl.juicer & bowl, beater (650)341-1861
San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/23/10, $30 OBO (650)576-6067
11/30/10, 12/07/10, 12/14/10). VACUUM CLEANER heavy duty like TV - Big Screen, $70., ok condition,
(650)367-1350 COLLAPSIBLE PICNIC cooler comes
new $45. (650)878-9542 with utensils, glass and plates $15.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME OASIS COUNTERTOP water cooler dis-
STATEMENT #241485 WASHER/DRYER “MAYTAG” - Brand TV 5 inch Black and white good condition penses cold and luke warm water $50.,
The following person is doing business FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME COMIC BOOKS (10) assorted $15/all.
new with 3 year warranty, $850. both, in box $10. (408)249-3858 (650)218-4254
as: Black Diamonds+, 415 Grand Ave., STATEMENT #241879 (650)726-4168
(408)420-5646
So. San Francisco, CA 94080 is hereby The following person is doing business TV SET 32 inch with remote and stand
as: SPS, 533 Airport Blvd., Ste. 400, Bur- $30. (650)520-0619 REVEREWARE, 1,3.4 qt. pots, 5",7" COOKIE JAR adorable ceramic blizzard
registered by the following owner: Jessi- pans, stainless steel w/copper bottoms, & Co. Snowman $20. (650)343-3374
ca Pete, P O Box 192054, San Francis- lingame, CA 94010 is hereby registered 297 Bicycles excellent cond., $60/all. (650)577-0604
co, CA 94119. The business is conduct- by the following owner: CMJ Global, Inc., 304 Furniture DOG CAGE/GORILLA - folding
ed by an Individual. The registrants com- CA. The business is conducted by a Cor- BICYCLE "COMFORT touring" by Huffy large dog cage good condition, 2 door
menced to transact business under the poration. The registrants commenced to 25 inch wheels blue $40. (650)341-5347 2 END Tables solid maple '60's era 307 Jewelry & Clothing with tray, $75.,(650)355-8949
FBN on 10/31/2010. transact business under the FBN on $40/both. (650)670-7545
/s/ Jessica Pete / /s/ David Chung / JEWELRY DISPLAY 12 piece $50/all DOOM (3) computer games $15/each 2
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- BICYCLE "MAGNA" 24 inch wheels ask for Denise 650-589-2893 total, (650)367-8949
purple, $40., San Mateo, (650)341-5347 3 PIECE COFFEE TABLE SET: $100.
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo (650)787-8219
County on 10/15/10. (Published in the County on 11/10/10. (Published in the
San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/16/10, San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/23/10, BICYCLE - Sundancer Jr., 26”, $75. obo 4 STURDY metal dining chairs $20/each. LADIES GOLD Lame' elbow links gloves ETAGER over the toilet water tank - wal-
11/23/10, 11/30/10, 12/07/10). 11/30/10, 12/07/10, 12/14/10). (650)676-0732 (650)756-6778 size 7.5 $15 New. RWC. (650)868-0436 nut, $25., San Mateo, (650)341-5347
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47 Part of a family (over 55).
business title 2 ORGANS, antique tramp, $500 for
both. (650)342-4537 Close to
48 Pitching
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GARAGE SALES downtown.
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58 Japanese BLACK LEATHER MOTORCYCLE
cartoon genre
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Reach over 82,500 readers
(650)367-0177
(650)342-7568
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BOOTS - 2 pairs purple leather, size 8. to Palo Alto.
60 Naysayer One is knee length, other is ankle length,
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318 Sports Equipment potential home buyers &
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2 GOLF CLUBS - Ladies, right handed,
(650)589-2893
putter & driver $5/each (650)755-8238 from South San Francisco Sequoia Hotel
to Palo Alto. 800 Main St.,
FISHING DEPTH SOUNDER - Hummin- $600 Monthly
PERSIAN CARPET (Klim) good condi-
bird super sixty (wps60), SOLD! in your local newspaper. $160. & up per week.
tion. Red and blue w/ bird design. 65 in x
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HARD COVER BOOKS - Mystery & ad-
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Thursday & Friday 10:00-2:00
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SOLD! $15. (650)871-7200 (650)367-8949 miles, black, $4000., (650)357-0313
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TOYOTA '09 YARIS BASIC White KIA '09 SEDONA LX Silver 10086P Hours: M-F, 8a-4p, Sat. 8a-5p Palo Alto
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board using a 1998 state constitutional During his October 1987 trial, prosecutor

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amendment giving him that power. In 2002,
the California Supreme Court upheld the gov-
ernor’s power to block the parole of convicted
Martin Murray had to prove that Crigger was
killed by Gillum and not the train. A key find-
ing, according to Wagstaffe, was that bodies
murderers, but said the governor’s decisions are pushed down by the force of the train
are subject to limited review by the state rather than sucked up. The push aspect is why
Aaron Gillum, 50, concluded he no longer courts. The state appeals court most notably during that era teenagers would scare conduc-
poses a danger to the community, a different balked at a gubernatorial denial in January tors by lying down between the tracks, allow-
panel yesterday decided he is not suitable for 2005 when it ordered the release of a 65-year- ing the train to speed over them and emerging
release. Gillum, who waived his right to have old San Mateo County man convicted of a unscathed, he said.
a lawyer present, was denied for five years 1986 murder. Gillum claimed the murder was self defense
after a hearing in which he argued with the In between the legal wrangling, however, after Crigger hit him on the head with a rock.
commissioners, said Steve Wagstaffe, San inmates like Gillum have learned that a parole After a 21-day trial, the jury convicted Gillum
Mateo County chief deputy district attorney.
board decision is not an absolute key to free- of second-degree murder and the following
Gillum’s denial is most notable because
dom. Interestingly, although Gillum was month he was sentenced to 15 years to life.
only two years ago he had hopes of actually
granted parole in 2007, he was not given the Gillum has come up for parole eight times,
stepping foot out of prison.
same recommendation at a Dec. 17, 2008 including yesterday. The San Mateo County
In February 2007, a three-person Board of
hearing. District Attorney’s Office has opposed his
Parole Hearings recommended Gillum be
paroled after serving 20 years. However, Gov. Gillum, who is housed at Corcoran State release each time.
Arnold Schwarzenegger overruled the deci- Prison, reportedly told the board he had In reversing parole in 2007,
What he did, according to Wagstaffe, is
sion and revoked the grant of parole. Although stopped attending Alcoholics Anonymous Schwarzenegger called Crigger’s murder
choke and beat fellow transient Darwin
Schwarzenegger is on his way out of office, he counseling at the prison as soon as he received “especially atrocious and cruel” and “demon-
Crigger to death on Feb. 25, 1986 before plac-
could still reverse Gillum’s parole recommen- his parole date in 2007 because he had only strated an exceptionally callous disregard for
ing his body on the tracks in Redwood City to
dation before leaving. participated in hopes of a release date. human suffering and life.” Schwarzenegger
be hit by a Caltrain. He was arrested the fol-
Schwarzenegger has made a habit of deny- When asked why he felt he was ready for lowing October after discussing the murder also questioned if Gillum could commit to
ing release to prisoners granted parole by the parole, Gillum said he “had done enough time with an employer in a Nevada gold mine. lifelong participation in substance abuse pro-
for what he did,” Wagstaffe said. grams outside of incarceration.

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with many young children as residents.


Most residents at the complex yesterday afternoon said they
stayed inside their apartments Sunday night after the shots
were fired to avoid getting caught up in the incident.
“There were police everywhere,” one resident said.
Police tape was still up on the backside of the complex in a
parking area yesterday afternoon where Norteño gang graffiti
was clearly displayed on the exterior of the building.

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Afghan police officer kills six U.S.service members
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP — An Afghan border policeman
killed six American servicemen during a training mission
Monday, underscoring one of the risks in a U.S.-led program
to educate enough recruits to turn over the lead for security to
Afghan forces by 2014.
The shooting in a remote area near the Pakistani border
appeared to be the deadliest attack of its kind in at least two
years. Attacks on NATO troops by Afghan policemen or sol-
diers, although still rare, have increased as the coalition has
accelerated the program. Other problems with the rapidly
growing security forces include drug use, widespread illitera-
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