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Speier aims to revamp harassment reporting

Federal lawmakers propose #MeToo Act to expose sexual harassment in Congress, ease reporting process for victims
By Samantha Weigel ence of being Speier, D-San Mateo, is aiming to streamline the process for victims process that protects the harass-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF s e x ua l l y reform the cumbersome reporting reporting sexual harassment to er, she said.
assaulted by a process in Congress a place she Congress Office of Compliance. The proposed law would elimi-
senior congres- says has been a breeding ground The Member and Employee nate mandatory waiting periods
With the floodgate thrust open
sional staffer for a hostile work environment for Training and Oversight on for victims to file complaints,
and reports of sexual harassment require the OOC to issue a biennial
continuing to pour in from varied while working way too long. Congress Act, or ME TOO Act,
as a legislative would reform a complaint system climate survey to gauge how sexu-
segments of society, a bipartisan On Wednesday, the San Mateo al harassment is being handled,
group of federal lawmakers are aide in the Speier said is indefensibly flawed.
congresswoman and a Senate and prohibit Congress from
shining a light on the Capitol. 1970s, U. S.
counterpart are slated to introduce We have to deal with this anti-
Jackie Speier Rep. Jackie See #METOO, Page 22
After sharing her own experi- a bipartisan bill that would quated and victim-unfriendly

A rendering of the apartment development proposed at Bayswater Avenue

in Burlingame.

Commercial crabbing season began at midnight Wednesday. Commercial fishermen often sell crab directly off the
boat at Pillar Point Harbor where scores of customers line the docks eager to take home the freshest catch around.
review tepid
Planning officials, residents raise issues
Tis the season over 128-unit Bayswater Avenue project
By Austin Walsh
than 1 acre at the intersection of
Bayswater Avenue and Myrtle
Commercial crabbing begins off the coast of Half Moon Bay A proposed residential develop-
Road was reviewed by the
Burlingame Planning
By Samantha Weigel ment in Burlingame trimmed down Commission, according to video
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF to meet the concerns of some of the meeting Monday, Nov. 13.
neighbors still needs more While acknowledging the merits
As the clock struck midnight, detailed refinement, said some res- of a revised proposal comprised of
local fishermen of the coast of idents and officials. 12 units fewer than plans first
Half Moon Bay began eagerly The 128-unit apartment com- floated in July, commission Chair
reeling in the first commercially plex offered by Fore Property
caught crabs of the season. Company sprawling across more See TEPID, Page 23
The scene at Pillar Point
Harbors docks the day before the
official Nov. 15 opener of
Californias commercial crab fish-
San Carlos puts a stop to gun stores
ery was described simply as a By Anna Schuessler retailers selling firearms and
zoo. DAILY JOURNAL STAFF ammunition effectively halting
Were excited. The last month plans to open the location this
or so youve just been working on Heeding the advice of hundreds month.
the boat, working on the crab of residents voicing concern about Residents filled the San Carlos
pots, getting everything ready. a new Turners Outdoorsman sport- City Council chambers, hallways
And now, you finally get to go to ing goods store on Industrial and an overflow room to chime in
work, get to catch something. Road, city officials Monday on Mondays discussion of the
adopted a 45-day moratorium on
See CRAB, Page 31 See GUN, Page 22

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Thought for the Day

No matter how dull, or
how mean, or how wise a man is, he feels
that happiness is his indisputable right.
Helen Keller, American author and lecturer

This Day in History

Oklahoma became the 46th state of

1907 the union.

In 1 7 7 6 , British troops captured Fort Washington in New

York during the American Revolution.
In 1 8 8 5 , Canadian rebel leader Louis Riel was executed for
high treason.
In 1 9 1 7 , Georges Clemenceau again became prime minis-
ter of France.
In 1 9 3 3 , the United States and the Soviet Union estab-
lished diplomatic relations.
In 1 9 3 9 , mob boss Al Capone, ill with syphilis, was
released from prison after serving 7 1/2 years for tax eva-
sion and failure to file tax returns.
In 1 9 4 5 , the United Nations Educational, Scientific and
Cultural Organization (UNESCO) was founded at the conclu-
sion of a conference in London.
In 1 9 5 9 , the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The
Sound of Music opened on Broadway.
In 1 9 6 0 , Academy Award-winning actor Clark Gable died in REUTERS
Los Angeles at age 59. A Peruvian shaman carries a boa constrictor during a ritual prior to the match against New Zealand at the National Stadium.
In 1 9 6 6 , Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard was acquitted in
Cleveland at his second trial of murdering his pregnant wife,
Marilyn, in 1954. In other news ...
In 1 9 7 3 , Skylab 4, carrying a crew of three astronauts, was School worksheet quizzed McDavid Jr., were convicted Monday of listening, I owe you a beer. Thank you
launched from Cape Canaveral on an 84-day mission. the conspiracy charge as well as very much.
In 1 9 8 2 , an agreement was announced in the 57th day of a students on boy toy, affairs attempted murder. Fry, 25 and a surfing beginner, was in
strike by National Football League players. HOPEWELL, Va. Middle school Many in the courtroom gasped when the water with three doctor friends when
In 1 9 9 7 , Chinas most prominent pro-democracy cam- students in a Virginia home economics Lovejoy collapsed, and her family he was attacked off Avoca Beach, 90
paigner, Wei Jingsheng, arrived in the United States after class were mistakenly given a work- started sobbing and asking someone to kilometers (60 miles) north of Sydney
being released following nearly 18 years of imprisonment sheet that quizzed them on what an help her. I was out surfing and I got this mas-
in his country. extramarital affair is as well as boy Judge Sim von Kalinowski cleared sive thud on my right-hand side; it com-
toy and trophy wife. the courtroom so Lovejoy could receive pletely blindsided me, Fry said.
WTVR reported Monday that the medical attention. Paramedics wheeled
Birthdays I thought it was a friend goofing
teacher at the school outside Lovejoy out on a gurney and escorted around. I turned and I saw this shark
Richmond, Virginia, had downloaded her to a hospital. come out of the water and breach its
the worksheet from the internet. The Lovejoy faces at least 25 years to life head, he said.
superintendent for Hopewell schools in prison. McDavid, as the triggerman, So I just punched it in the face with
said it was never part of the curriculum. faces 50 to life. Sentencing is set for my left hand and then managed to
Parents at Carter G. Woodson Middle Dec. 12. scramble back on my board, shout at me
School were angry. The Family Quiz Novice surfer masters a friends and luckily a wave came, so I
worksheet was assigned Friday in a just sort of surfed the wave in, he
Family & Consumer Sciences class. pro move: Punching a shark added.
It began with questions such as What CANBERRA, Australia A novice Fry said he wasnt conscious of his
do you call the father of your father? surfer mastered a pros move on the first injured and bleeding arm until he
Actress Maggie NBA player Amare Comedian Peter
Gyllenhaal is 40. Davidson is 24. But questions also asked: What do try: He punched a shark on the nose to reached the shore.
Stoudemire is 35. I didnt really notice it at the time
you call it when a married person has a escape its jaws.
Actor Clu Gulager is 89. Journalist Elizabeth Drew is 82. relationship with someone else? and The attack Monday afternoon off the because when youre surfing, all Im
Blues musician W.C. Clark is 78. Actress Joanna Pettet is 75. What do you call the much younger Australian coast left Charlie Fry with thinking was: Im about to die. Im lit-
Actor Steve Railsback is 72. Actor David Leisure is 67. Actor boyfriend of an older woman? superficial puncture wounds on his erally about to die, Fry said.
Miguel Sandoval is 66. Actress Marg Helgenberger is 59. right shoulder and upper arm. So I thought ... get in as fast as pos-
Rock musician Mani is 55. Country singer-musician Keith Woman collapses after found A British doctor who arrived in sible, ride the wave for as long as you
Burns (Trick Pony) is 54. Tennis player Zina Garrison is 54. guilty in alleged botched murder Australia two months ago to work, Fry can and then just start paddling for your
said Tuesday he had recently watched a life, he added. Frys friends drove him
Former MLB All-Star pitcher Dwight Gooden is 53. Jazz VISTA A California woman col- YouTube video in which Australian pro- to Gosford Hospital, where they all
singer Diana Krall is 53. Actor Harry Lennix is 53. Rock musi- lapsed after hearing she had been found fessional surfer Mick Fanning worked, to be treated. The beach was
cian Dave Kushner (Velvet Revolver) is 51. Actress Lisa Bonet guilty of conspiracy to commit murder described his famous escape from a closed for 24 hours.
is 50. Actress Tammy Lauren is 49. Rhythm-and-blues singer in what authorities call a botched mur- great white shark during a surfing com- Lifeguards spotted the 3-meter (10-
Bryan Abrams (Color Me Badd) is 48. Actress Martha der-for-hire plot targeting her now-ex- petition in 2015. foot) shark that attacked Fry close to
Plimpton is 47. Actor Michael Irby is 45. Actress Missi Pyle husband, who was shot but survived. So when it happened, I was like: shore and would use drones on Tuesday
is 45. Rock musician Corey McCormick (Lukas Nelson & The San Diego Union-Tribune reports Just do what Mick did. Just punch it in to check that it had left the area,
Promise of the Real) is 41. Olympic gold medal figure skater Diana Lovejoy, of Carlsbad, and her the nose, Fry told Nine Network tele- Australian Broadcasting Corp. report-
Oksana Baiul is 40. Pop singer Trevor Penick is 38. Oceanside gun instructor, Weldon vision. So Mick, if youre watching or ed.


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Burlingame officials lukewarm on live-work proposal Police reports
Planning Commission, residents split over former eviction house redevelopment Why is it turned on?
A vehicle was running for almost an
By Austin Walsh
hour and no one was in it on Anza
Boulevard in Burlingame, it was report-
ed at 1:27 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 12.
Fitting a four-story building designed to
offer residents combined live and work
space into the former epicenter of BURLINGAME
Burlingames rent control debate is proving
challenging for the project applicant. Sho pl i fti ng . Store employees caught peo-
The Burlingame Planning Commission ple stealing and had them arrested on El
offered lukewarm reviews to a 26-unit live- Camino Real, it was reported at 11:55 p.m.
work project proposed at the corner of Sunday, Nov. 12.
California Drive and Oak Grove Avenue, Petty theft. Someone entered an unlocked
according to video of the meeting Monday, vehicle and stole property on Almer Road
Nov. 13. and Bellevue Avenue, it was reported at
Officials complimented the vision of the 12:01 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 12.
project aiming to replace the former home Petty theft. Someone entered an unlocked
of the late Marie Hatch, the 97-year-old vehicle and stole $5 and a pair of sunglasses
Burlingame resident evicted last year to on El Camino Real, it was reported at 8:14
A rendering of the project proposed in Burlingame along California Drive. a.m. Sunday, Nov. 12.
make room for the property redevelopment.
It seems out of place for the location, rounding this property, following the evic- Mal i ci o us mi s chi ef. The front doors to a
But concerns over the project height,
said Cerelli, who too suggested the project tion of Hatch and her roommate Georgia business were smashed on California Drive,
building materials and the threat of com-
would compound existing traffic and park- Rothrock. it was reported at 7:17 a.m. Sunday, Nov.
pounding existing parking and traffic issues
ing difficulties in the neighborhood. The story became international news for 12.
clouded much of the feedback offered by offi-
Architect Ellis Schoichet though defended its insight into the local clash over the Burg l ary . A vehicle was broken into and
the intent of the project he considered an rights of residents and landlords in a com- clothing was stolen on Old Bayshore
I think overall its a great building. I can
innovative approach to addressing the Boulevard, it was reported at 10:13 p.m.
see it fitting into a whole lot of places. But
I dont think its a fit here and I think its a
regions housing shortage by offering ten- See CALIFORNIA, Page 23 Saturday, Nov. 11.
ants a place to work where they live, not far
dangerous precedent, said commission
from the citys Caltrain station.
Chair Peter Gum.
This is a really good opportunity to pro-
No decision was made at the meeting, as
vide the kind of housing that hasnt been
commissioners offered feedback on the pro-
seen in this area, said Schoichet.
posal which is slated to return for further
As proposed, the project would offer 26
examination at a yet to be determined date.
units spread in the second through fourth
It will ultimately move onto the City
floor of the building where residents could
Council for final approval. operate a business and also live. The ground
Officials were not the only ones to criti- floor of the building would be reserved for a
cize the project though, as residents and retail or commercial center, as part of the
neighbors also raised issues with its design. proposal revised from initial plans.
I think its bombastic. I would be very Some officials questioned whether the
upset if this were in front of my property, project could include affordable units, but
said resident Jennifer Pfaff, who encouraged Planning Manager Kevin Gardiner said it is
the builder to consider using different mate- unlikely since the builder is not seeking
rials to make it appear more warm and invit- additional density beyond the amount
ing. allowed at the site.
Resident Mary Jane Cerelli expressed her The community rift over affordability in
concerns with the project as well. Burlingame came to a head last year sur-
4 Wednesday Nov. 15, 2017 LOCAL THE DAILY JOURNAL

Couple pleads no contest inside was injured.

Local briefs The cause of the crash is under investiga- Comment on
in child endangerment case tion. Police said that drugs and alcohol do or share this story at
charges against them could be reduced to
A married couple from San Mateo has misdemeanors in the future. not appear to be factors in the crash. www.smdailyjournal.com
pleaded no contest to felony child endan- Hernandez is still in jail, but Medina is
germent charges stemming from an incident out of custody on $150,000 bail. They Man arrested for San Bruno survive their injuries.
in August in which police were called to
their home, San Mateo County prosecutors
return to court for sentencing on Jan. 12, hit-and-run rollover collision San Bruno police are asking anyone with
2018. information about this crime to call them at
said. Defense attorney Sydney Fairbairn San Bruno police Monday said they
arrested a San Jose man in connection with (650) 616-7100 or send an email to sbpdti-
A neighbor concerned about child abuse declined to comment on their behalf.
a hit-and-run collision that caused a vehicle pline@sanbruno.ca.gov. Tips can be sub-
reported Juan Manuel Hernandez, 33, and
mitted anonymously.
Bianca Noemi Medina, 25, on Aug. 17, Three injured in vehicle to roll over.
telling investigators that they overheard The collision occurred Thursday just after
one person stating that the other had hit a
crash at grocery store 7:30 p.m. when a vehicle struck another Camry collides with
child too hard and almost knocked him out. Police are investigating a vehicle crash vehicle at San Bruno Avenue near Seventh SamTrans bus on 92
When police arrived at their apartment on that injured three people Monday in South Avenue, according to police. The second A San Mateo County Transit District bus
the 400 block of North San Mateo Drive, San Francisco. vehicle rolled over and the first vehicle fled was involved in a collision with a car
police found three children living in squalid According to police, a 57-year-old San the scene. Tuesday afternoon in San Mateo, according
conditions, including a 5-year-old child Francisco woman was driving her 2011 A short time later, police located the vehi- to the California Highway Patrol and
with a 1-inch cut to the face and a golf ball- Honda Civic in the parking lot of the cle that caused the collision on the shoulder SamTrans.
sized lump on the head. Safeway store at 2255 Gellert Blvd. The of Highway 101. The collision was reported at 3:35 p.m.
Investigators determined that the child woman lost control of the vehicle and The driver, identified as 42-year-old San on westbound State Route 92 near Alameda
had been beaten, and a belt had been used. crashed into an exterior glass enclosure in Jose resident Dung Ha, fled on foot toward a de las Pulgas.
There was no running water or edible food in front of the store, police said. field next to the highway, but was caught SamTrans spokeswoman Tasha
the apartment, which smelled like urine and The woman and two other passengers suf- and taken into custody. Bartholomew said a Toyota Camry hit the
rotting food. The children were removed by fered injuries that were not life-threatening, He was booked into San Mateo County left side of a Route 56 bus, causing minor
Child Protective Services, prosecutors said. police said. They were taken to a hospital jail on suspicion of offenses including damage. The Toyota then rear-ended an SUV,
for treatment. felony hit-and-run. Bartholomew said.
Hernandez and Medina pleaded no contest
Police said that although the store was CHP officials said no injuries were report-
Monday on the condition that they serve no The driver in the vehicle that rolled over
open at the time of the crash, no one ed.
more than one year in county jail. The was taken to a hospital but is expected to

Richard Mirowski Jr. Obituary

Richard Mirowski Jr. , resident of
Redwood City, born April 30, 1989, died (Joy) of Brentwood; and
Nov. 4, 2017, at the age of 28. cousins John Paul
Richie was born in San Mateo and grew Jennings, Alec Espino,
up in Redwood Shores. He attended Our Lady Anna Marie Jennings
of Angels School in Burlingame, Serra and Dominic Espino.
High School in San Mateo, and earned a Friends and family are
degree in Business Administration and invited to a funeral serv-
Sports Management from Oklahoma ice 10 a. m. Monday,
Baptist University where he played base- Nov. 20, at Our Lady of
ball. Angels Church, 1721
Upon graduation, Richie was drafted by Hillside Drive, Burlingame, followed by a
the Washington Nationals as a relief pitch- reception.
er, and played for the several of their minor
league teams. As a public serv ice, the Daily Journal
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Around the nation
Mom gets jail time, probation Rise in teen suicide, social
media coincide; is there link?
for felony child endangerment
By Anna Schuessler a one-year child abuse parenting program, while Trinh is serving her probation sen-
CHICAGO An increase in suicide rates
among U.S. teens occurred at the same time
social media use surged and a new analysis
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Judge Donald Ayoob lifted a protective order tence, according to prosecutors. suggests there may be a link.
preventing her from being alone with the District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe was Suicide rates for teens rose between 2010
A mother who pleaded no contest to children. She will receive 36 days credit for pleased with Ayoobs decision, adding her and 2015 after they had declined for nearly
felony child endangerment in March was time served, according to prosecutors. defense attorneys attempt to reduce her two decades, according to data from the fed-
sentenced Tuesday to 90 days county jail and Paramedics were called to the Comfort Inn charge for a misdemeanor was sadly mis- eral Centers for Disease Control and
four years of supervised probation in a case & Suites in South San Francisco on Sept. 3, placed. Prevention. Why the rates went up isnt
where San Mateo County prosecutors allege 2016. They revived the 10-month-old child, Until she shows us that she can do well known.
that her 10-month-old child had to be resus- who had been found unconscious in the bath on probation, the judges decision to keep it The study doesnt answer the question, but
citated after being left unsupervised in a water. Though investigators determined that at the felony was very much the right deci- it suggests that one factor could be rising
bathtub during sexual activity. Trinh and Her had left the children alone in sion, he said. This was dangerous con- social media use. Recent teen suicides have
Mindy Trinh, 22, allegedly apologized the bathroom, prosecutors said the defen- duct. been blamed on cyberbullying, and social
for her actions tearfully Tuesday and said she dants lied about the sequence of events that Her pleaded no contest to misdemeanor media posts depicting perfect lives may
feels like a terrible mother and is trying to led to the babys resuscitation, and how resisting arrest on Dec. 20. He was put on be taking a toll on teens mental health,
forgive herself for leaving her 10-month- long the two children were left unsuper- one year of probation and sentenced to nine researchers say.
old and 3-year-old children alone in the vised. days in county jail, with nine days credit for After hours of scrolling through
bathroom while she her co-defendant Though Trinhs defense attorney asked for time served. Instagram feeds, I just feel worse about
Charlie Her, 30, engaged in sexual con- her charge to be reduced from a felony to a Lisa Maguire, defense attorney for Trinh, myself because I feel left out, said Caitlin
duct last year, according to prosecutors. misdemeanor, Ayoob declined to reduce it could not immediately be reached for com- Hearty, a 17-year-old Littleton, Colorado,
Though Trinh will be required to complete and said the charge could still be reduced ment. high school senior who helped organize an
offline campaign last month after several
local teen suicides.

San Francisco utility sued for rash of deadly wildfires U.S. regulators approve first
digital pill to track patients
By Eric Risberg heart of wine country. state requirements and the company
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The suits were filed on behalf of three cou- inspects power lines at least once a year. WASHINGTON U.S. regulators have
ples who lost their homes in the fires, The state Department of Forestry and approved the first drug with a sensor that
BURLINGAME Pacific Gas and Electric including former San Francisco Mayor Fire Prevention has not determined the alerts doctors when the medication has been
Co. was blamed in three lawsuits filed Frank Jordan, and a couple hospitalized cause of the fires yet, but said electrical taken, offering a new way of monitoring
Tuesday for negligence in the wildfires that after surviving the fire by floating in their equipment is one potential source. PG&E patients but also raising privacy concerns.
killed more than 40 people and destroyed swimming pool for hours and dunking has said the state is investigating whether The digital pill approved Monday com-
over 8,000 homes in Northern California underwater repeatedly to escape the extreme its power lines and equipment were a pos- bines two existing products: the former
last month. heat as flames blew around them and sible cause. blockbuster psychiatric medication Abilify
The lawsuits allege the San Francisco- destroyed everything they owned. In response to previous suits from the long used to treat schizophrenia and
based utility and its parent PG&E Corp. This calamity was preventable, attor- fire, PG&E said in a court filing that a pri- bipolar disorder with a sensor tracking
put profits over safety by failing to trim ney Frank Pitre said. vate power line may have sparked the fire system first approved in 2012.
trees and vegetation around power lines PG&E spokesman Donald Cutler said the that killed 21 people and destroyed more The technology is intended to help pre-
and didnt maintain aging equipment that lawsuit was based on assumptions because than 4, 400 homes in Sonoma County. vent dangerous emergencies that can occur
contributed to the deadly series of wind- the investigation into the cause of the fires Another 22 people were killed and at least when patients skip their medication, such
driven fires that broke out Oct. 8 and raged isnt complete. He also said the companys 4,500 more structures were destroyed in as manic episodes experienced by those suf-
across several counties, including the brush clearance meets or exceeds federal and other fires in the region. fering from bipolar disorder.

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Gunman targets people at random

in rural California town, kills four
By Don Thompson and Paul Elias fully to enter the school, authorities said.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS School officials swift decision to lock
the doors after hearing gunfire was monu-
RANCHO TEHAMA RESERVE A gun- mental in saving the lives of countless
man driving stolen vehicles and choosing children, Johnston said. No one was killed
his targets at random opened fire without there.
provocation in a tiny, rural Northern The gunman left the school after he could
California town Tuesday, killing four peo- not get inside and purposely crashed the
ple and wounding at least 10 others, includ- stolen truck he was driving into another
ing a student at an elementary school, vehicle and shot at its occupants, Johnston
before police shot him dead, authorities said.
said. The shooter stole the car of a person who
The rampage began shortly before 8 a.m. stopped to check on the crash and ran away
when the gunman fatally shot a neighbor he when confronted with a gun. He continued
had been accused of stabbing in January, the rampage until police shot him about 45
Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil minutes after it started, Johnston said.
Johnston said. This man was very, very bent on com-
Shortly afterward, the gunman rammed pleting what he set out to do, the assistant REUTERS
through the gate of Rancho Tehama sheriff said. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is sworn in before testifying at a House Judiciary Committee
Elementary School about 2 miles away and The shootings occurred in the rural com- hearing on oversight of the Justice Department on Capitol Hill.
spent about six minutes shooting into the munity of Rancho Tehama Reserve, a home-
building, striking at least one student,
Johnston said.
Surveillance video showed the gunman,
owners association of modest houses and
trailers in rolling oak woodlands dotted
with grazing cattle about 130 miles north
of Sacramento.
Jeff Sessions denies lying on
Russia, pleads hazy memory
who was not identified, trying unsuccess-

Recreational marijuana rules By Eric Tucker and Sadie Gurman not authorized to represent the campaign

rile pot-friendly San Francisco THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON Attorney General Jeff

with the Russian government or any other
foreign government for that matter.
But I did not recall this event, which
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS where pot can be sold.
Sessions on Tuesday displayed a hazy mem- occurred 18 months before my testimony of
Divided San Francisco supervisors are a few weeks ago, he added, and I would
SAN FRANCISCO Famously pro- ory of the Trump campaigns discussions
scheduled to take up the issue at a board gladly have reported it had I remembered it
cannabis San Francisco, where the 4/20 about and dealings with Russians in the
meeting Tuesday, where they may vote on a 2016 election, denying he ever lied to because I pushed back against his sugges-
marijuana holiday is celebrated with a group stop-gap measure to allow the sale of recre- Congress about those contacts but blaming tion that I thought may have been improp-
smoke-out on Hippie Hill, is having a sur- ational cannabis through existing medical the chaos of the race for fogging his recol- er.
prisingly difficult time establishing regula- marijuana outlets on Jan. 1 as they contin- lections. Papadopoulos was arrested by the FBI and
tions for the broad legal pot market coming ue to figure out where to allow new stores. During more than five hours of testimony pleaded guilty last month to lying to
to California in January. The possibility of overly strict regula- to Congress, Sessions sought to explain authorities about his own foreign contacts
Writing local rules in the weed-friendly tions has businesses fretting over access away apparent contradictions in his earlier during the campaign. That guilty plea came
city has taken a contentious turn as critics, and some San Franciscans wondering what accounts by citing the exhausting nature of in a wide-ranging criminal investigation
many of them older Chinese immigrants happened to the counter-culture, anti- Donald Trumps upstart but surging bid for led by former FBI Director Robert Mueller,
who oppose marijuana use, try to restrict Prohibition city they know and love. the White House. He also denied under who as the Justice Departments special
repeated questioning from Democrats that counsel is looking into whether the Trump
Advertisement he had been improperly influenced in his campaign coordinated with Russia to sway
decision making by Trump. the outcome of the 2016 presidential elec-
Funeral Etiquette Advice: But after saying under oath months ago
that he was unaware of any relationship
tion and into whether the firing of James
Comey as FBI director was an effort to
between the campaign and Russia, Sessions obstruct justice.
Show Up, Be Brief, Listen acknowledged for the first time that the
arrest of a low-level campaign adviser
During the Trump campaign, Sessions,
then an Alabama senator, served as a key
By Paul Larson let me know if there is anything I can do to reminded him after all of a meeting at which surrogate for the Republican candidate and
help (be prepared to act if needed). the aide, George Papadopoulos, proposed was asked to lead a foreign policy advisory
Even if you dont feel confident in setting up a get-together between Trump council on which Papadopoulos served.
MILLBRAE Have approaching the family there are other ways and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Yet the attorney general has struggled
you ever attended a to show that you care: 1. Attending the After reading his account and to the best since January to move past questions about
funeral or memorial funeral and signing the Memorial Book will of my recollection, Sessions told the his own foreign contacts and about his
service and felt ill-at- show the family that you took the time to be House Judiciary Committee, I believe that knowledge of Russian outreach efforts dur-
ease, uncomfortable there in support; 2. Dressing appropriately I wanted to make clear to him that he was ing the election efforts.
or awkward when for the funeral will demonstrate your efforts
talking to the family to prepare for this special occasion (dark
of the deceased? colors are no longer a requisite for funerals,
Have you ever but dressing in a coat, tie, dress or other
stumbled through your words and attire that youd wear to any special event
condolences because you just didnt know are considered a way of showing you care);
what to say or how to say it? Have you even 3. In certain cases friends are invited to
decided to not approach the family for fear stand up and offer BRIEF personal feelings.
of saying the wrong thing or making a fool Prior to the funeral write a few key notes
of yourself? If so you are not alone. Many and reflections which will help you organize
people in this situation want to provide some your thoughts. Even if there is no
kind of comfort to the immediate family, but opportunity to speak before a group you
just dont have the verbal tools to do so in an may have a chance to offer your thoughts to
assuring manner. the family following the ceremony; 4. A
Learning Funeral Etiquette can be personalized card or note will help you
useful. Using the right words at the right arrange your words better and can be kept
time is an appropriate way to show that you by the family. If you dont have their
care, and in situations like this can be of mailing address you can send your envelope
great help when provided correctly. to the funeral home and they will forward it
Standard condolences such as I am sorry to the next of kin; 5. Providing flowers is a
for your loss have become routine and long time tradition, or making a charitable
generic. A personalized phrase can be donation in the deceaseds memory will give
welcomed such as John touched many the family a strong sense of your regards; 6.
lives or I will miss John. DO NOT ask If appropriate a brief phone call can show
the cause of death, offer advice or make your immediate concern, but generally this
comments that would diminish the should be avoided to give the family the
importance of the loss such as Oh, youre privacy they may need.
young and can marry again. If you ever wish to discuss cremation,
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THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Wednesday Nov. 15, 2017 7
Trump in Asia: Break from the past but uncertain results
By Jonathan Lemire and Jill Colvin lenges. He must grapple with the uncertain
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS fate of his tax cut plan, face the threat of a
government shutdown and decide whether to
cut ties with Moore, the Republican candi-
President Donald Trump declared his first
date in Alabamas special Senate race, who
Asian tour tremendously successful as he
is accused of sexually assaulting underage
hopped on a plane bound for Washington.
girls decades ago.
But when he landed at the White House late
Tuesday he arrived with few concrete accom- For most of the trip, Trump was able to
plishments in hand. leave domestic affairs behind, though he did
reignite the Russia firestorm by revealing
As he jetted across the region, to five that President Vladimir Putin had insisted to
nations, six cities and three summits over him in Vietnam that Moscow didnt hack
12 days, Trump pushed regional leaders to the 2016 election. Trump added: And I
reshape trade deals to Americas liking, but believe I really believe that when he
he won no firm commitments from his tells me that, he means it. Trump later clar-
hosts. He opened the door to negotiations ified that he was with the U.S. intelli-
with North Korea, but then seemed to shut it gence agencies that concluded Russia was
again by deriding the dictator Kim Jong Un behind the interference.
as short and fat. In Seoul, Trump delivered a sharp warning
He did not try to push leaders to end to North Korea, saying: Do not underesti-
human rights abuses. mate us. And do not try us. But he also, for
Trump has said hell have more to say the first time, signaled a willingness to
about the trips achievements in a major negotiate with Kim, though he didnt elabo-
statement at the White House this week. rate.
The White House would not discuss the REUTERS
Just as vital as the message Trump deliv-
details in advance. Donald Trump arrives to board Air Force One to depart home to the U.S. from Ninoy Aquino
ered to Pyongyang was the one he sent to
The trip did reveal much about Trumps International Airport in Manila, Philippines.
China, which supplies most of North
traveling style. He soaked up the pageantry In the White House view, Trump accom- in Washington. Koreas economic lifeblood. His message
and was well practiced at the art of flattery. plished what he set out to do: strengthen As Trump and Chinese President Xi to Beijing: Its time to do more.
For all his tough campaign talk on trade, relationships with world leaders and lay the Jinping wrapped up their joint statements At each stop on his trip, Trump both
Trump appeared reluctant to take a con- groundwork for more equitable trading to the press in Beijing, they ignored shout- bemoaned the current state of U.S. trade
frontational stance. He cajoled and flattered deals. ed questions from American reporters in the relations in the region and announced new
leaders in Tokyo and Seoul without eliciting I think the fruits of our labor are going Great Hall of the People. When they ducked business deals, including more than $250
firm commitments for a more balanced eco- to be incredible, whether its the security of backstage, Xi summoned his interpreter and billion in China. But most of those agree-
nomic relationship. At a summit in our nations, whether its security of the posed an inquiry to Trump: ments were older, already agreed-upon or
Vietnam, he vowed to hold rising superpow- world or whether its trade, Trump said Who is Roy Moore? Xi asked. only promises. In Vietnam, he scolded
er China accountable for unfair business and before leaving the Philippines on Tuesday That moment, described by two White China for unfair trade practices and deliv-
trade practices. Yet in Beijing, the president bound for home. House officials who werent authorized to ered a forceful advocacy for bilateral trade
said, I dont blame China for a growing But across the Pacific, Trump was remind- speak publicly about private conversa- deals, only to have 11 nations strike a
trade gap. ed of the challenges that were awaiting him tions, underscores Trumps domestic chal- multinational agreement hours later.

Senate GOP intent on scrapping health mandate in tax bill

By Marcy Gordon Finance Committee of the mandate to the tax measure would erage, fewer people would sign up for
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS upended the debate over combine two of Trumps legislative priori- Medicaid or buy federally subsidized private
the tax measure just as it ties. insurance. Targeting the mandate in the tax
WASHINGTON Senate Republicans are was inching closer to Beyond Trumps prodding, the repeal legislation would save an estimated $338
intent on scrapping the Affordable Care passage following move also was dictated by the Republicans billion over a decade, which could be used to
Acts requirement that Americans get health months of fine-tuning need to find revenue sources for the massive help pay for the deep cuts.
insurance, targeting a repeal of the individ- and compromise. It tax-cut bill, which calls for steep reductions The Congressional Budget Office has
ual mandate to help finance deep tax cuts in turned the debate into an in the corporate tax rate and elimination of estimated repealing the requirement that
their tax overhaul. angry partisan referen- some popular tax breaks. people buy health coverage would mean 4
The surprise renewal Tuesday of the failed Mitch dum on health care and We are optimistic that inserting the indi- million additional uninsured people by
effort to scrap the laws mandate came a day McConnell President Barack vidual mandate repeal would be helpful; 2019 and 13 million more by 2027.
after President Donald Trump renewed pres- Obamas signature law. thats obviously the view of the Senate It will cause millions to lose their health
sure on GOP lawmakers to include the repeal Republican efforts to dismantle the law Finance Committee Republicans, care and millions more to lose their premi-
in their tax legislation. It has sharp politi- collapsed this past summer as moderate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., ums, Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon, the sen-
cal stakes for Trump, who lacks a major leg- Republicans joined with Democrats in told reporters. ior Democrat on the Finance Committee,
islative achievement after nearly 10 rejecting the repeal a bitter disappoint- The Obamacare mandate requires most angrily insisted when the panel reconvened
months in office. ment for Trump, who lashed out at the people to buy health insurance coverage or to work on the tax bill and word came of the
The move by Republicans on the Senate Senate GOP for failing. Adding the repeal face a fine. Without being forced to get cov- Republicans move on the mandate.

Washington GOP boosts pressure to block Moore and

enrage his legions Around the nation
on Alabama party on Roy Moore of loyal conserva-
he was a local district attorney, and
WASHINGTON Washington tive supporters,
three others said he pursued romantic
Republicans tightened pressure national GOP lead-
relationships with them around the
Tuesday on Alabamas GOP to keep a ers were turning to
same time.
defiant Roy Moore from being elected Trump as their best
Senate Majority Leader Mitch
to the Senate next month, with many chance of somehow
McConnell, in all-out warfare with
voicing hope that President Donald turning the tide.
Moore, said thered be conversations
Trump could use his clout to resolve a Roy Moore Two women by
about the anti-establishment firebrand
problem that Republicans say leaves name have said
after Trump returns Tuesday night from
them with no easy options. Moore molested them in the 1970s
With Alabama Republicans reluctant when one was 14 and the other 16 and

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Letters to the editor Mind-boggling
Response to
Lemperts take on the election
Monday night. I have lived in San
Carlos most of my life (63 years) and
do not remember too many City
rent Millbrae residents who will be
asked to pay for schools, re, police,
etc., for the new residents, or they
I dont have any solution, but I certainly admire
the problem. Ashleigh Brilliant.
When youre watching television news or reading the
Editor, Council meetings as stimulating as will suffer overcrowding and short- newspaper or a news magazine, do certain news items
Sue Lemperts column Special this one. This was true democracy in ages. If current Millbrae residents are ever boggle your mind? A few that have left me wonder-
interests in local elections in the action as citizens, councilmembers stuck with the inconveniences and ing about human nature follow.
Nov. 6 Daily Journal betrays the left- and Turner representatives voiced costs for development, how do we The first one came to mind a while back when there
wing prism through which she their opinions. benet? Developer greed seems to be was a report on the TV news that a hawk was found with a
thoughtfully views many questions. As I approached City Council cham- driving these overly-large develop- nail in is head had been rescued. The nail had fallen out,
She objects to special interests, bers Monday night, sandwich boards ment plans for Millbrae. Lets hope he recovered and was released to the wild. Good for him, I
namely the National Association of had already been set up ahead of time our City Council remembers who thought. But then, a bit later, when thinking about
Realtors and the California Apartment directing people to the nearby senior actually elected them when they Thanksgiving dinner, I wondered how many turkeys had
Association, for having inuence in center where the meeting was tele- review developer plans in the coming sacrificed their lives just to provide dinner for that one
the San Mateo council election. Both vised. There were no more seats at the months. day. How many were tortured by being forced to grow
groups, however, collectively repre- City Council chamber in City Hall. under horrible circumstances? Suddenly, all that furor
sent and are nancially supported by They also ran out of seating at the Laura Smith over one hawk seemed very excessive. There was even a
countless individual property owners senior center. $1,000 reward for anyone who could provide information
or real estate professionals in the Good for those of us in San Carlos leading to who shot the
city. who stepped up to take a stand. We are hawk.
As a former member of school proud of you for being involved. This Legal marijuana When our family gets
boards, Lempert should understand is a perfect example of why we together for
that kind of representation of individ- choose to live in San Carlos. Editor, Thanksgiving, we have
uals. As a member of school boards, I knew the state would screw up the turkey and Tofurkey (a
she dealt with the California Teachers rollout of legal marijuana. With pro- turkey shaped tofu-based
David Thom posed state and local distribution and entre) since some at the
Association a statewide organiza-
tion representing countless local San Carlos cultivation taxes, they are driving the table are vegetarians.
teachers for many years. price up so the illegal market will These are people who firm-
She apparently forgets having won continue to ourish. ly believe that no one
the endorsement in her 2001 council
South San Francisco The state can efciently arrest all should harm any living
campaign of the Tri-County housing development the illegal growers and control that animals. They put up with
Apartment Association, a constituent part of supply as they are doing so us who eat the turkey and
Editor, effectively now said no one ever.
member of the statewide California It seems perfectly logical to build we honor their sensitivi-
Apartment Association. Folks, marijuana is a weed easily ties, but looking at the
housing close to the biotech rms
Lempert indicates a willingness to grown, and thats what many of the Tofurkey makes me think of all of the ducks and deer,
and the job rich area in South San
relitigate last years rent control elec- millions of consumers and distribu- etc. that are killed for sport during the hunting season
Francisco, however, there is a big
tions in San Mateo and Burlingame. tors, legal or not, will do. and, yes, the 46 million turkeys raised for
hole in the plan (Oyster Point hous-
She fails to mention the out-of-area California, you have been warned. Thanksgiving. Add the beef, lamb, pork, chicken, etc.
ing plan stirs division in the Nov.
pro-rent control groups active in that 13 edition of the Daily Journal). To Your scheme to squeeze the little that are staples of most American diets and our disregard
election and the resounding defeat of quote Yogi Berra, If the people dont piggy bank ever harder by greedy for the collateral suffering of the animals and compare
the rent control measures. want to come, you cant stop them. politicians will backre. this with the fuss over an injury to one hawk.
This November election was not a The younger tech workers that have And speaking of mind-boggling, is there anything
good one for rent control advocates. most of these jobs do not want to live that can disturb our thoughts more than what the people
Charlie Drechsler, backed by the there. For the most part, they are John Dillon whose homes were washed away in hurricanes or burned
statewide Service Employees willing to pay more for less and San Bruno down by wild fires must be going through? When you
International Union, nished poorly endure the hassles and tough commute think of these people and what they have been through
in the San Mateo council election, to live in San Francisco, with its and still have to face, theres just no way that we can
along with Chelsea Bonini, who had vibrant neighborhoods. They would Women coming foward imagine their despair. What on Earth can they be thank-
promised voters to reopen the rent rather commute to work, than com- ful for except that they are still alive? But we can at least
Editor, give generously to charities like the Red Cross,
control question. Pacica voters con- mute to play. I believe that social
vincingly defeated a rent control ordi- As a father of four daughters and Salvation Army, Second Harvest Food Bank and support
engineering will once again prove to grandfather of four more daughters, I
nance with 62 percent opposed. be a failure here. organizations like the Millbrae Lions Club which, at its
Lempert also considered the possi- completely understand why all of this Marinated Crab Feed, raised $45,000 for the fire victims.
ble enactment of temporary rent is coming out after so many years; Just be sure the charities you donate to are legitimate,
Tim Donnelly women have nally had enough.
control. Note: the temporary New long-established and involved with the disaster area.
York City rent control ordinance was Burlingame What I do understand is actors, CEOs This is a good time to take inventory of all of the ways
enacted in 1943. and politicians are nally paying the we are fortunate, how there are many things in this life
Discussing rent control, the well- price for what their actions have done that are more important than our material accumulation
respected economist Assar Lindbeck
Serra Station development to injure women in the past. and to share our bounty with those who are in need. As
wrote: next to bombing, rent con- Editor, What I have a hard time with is the Albert Schweitzer wrote: Whatever you have received
trol seems to be the most efcient Planning Commissioner Maureen number one man in the United States more than others in health, in talent, in ability, in
technique so far known for destroying Davis believes the Serra Station is guilty of the same and nothing is success, in a pleasant childhood, in harmonious condi-
cities. development offers a huge benet to being done about. What is even worse tions of homelife all this you must not take to your-
Millbrae (Serra Station proposal is he has bragged in the past about self as a matter of course. In gratitude for your own good
rolls along in the Nov. 9 edition of what he did and has stated that, fortune, you must render in return some sacrifices of your
Gordon M. Seely because he was rich, he deserved it.
the Daily Journal). How? I see miser- own life for another life.
Belmont able gridlock on Highway 101, While we are going forward to solve a Which brings us to Black Friday the day after
Millbrae Avenue and El Camino Real, long overlooked problem, we have Thanksgiving. How pathetic that this frantic move to
a Caltrain station that is more dif- taken a blind eye to one person that get people into the holiday shopping mood so that
Proposed gun store in San Carlos cult to access for commuters and actually admits to it. Where has logic stores can profit as much as possible, has distracted us
Editor, schools crammed with portables for gone? from the real meaning of the holiday. This takes us away
Whether you believe in having a residents of new developments, lower from whatever ambiance we may have enjoyed on the day
new gun store or not in San Carlos, school performance and overworked Robert Nice before and immediately shifts to the corporate emphasis
the town should be proud of the re and police. on materialism. Even though they (the economists)
turnout for the meeting at City Hall Next will come new taxes for cur- Redwood City know full well that the relentless quest for consumer
goods no longer brings major benefits of well-being,
they still treat the quest for greater personal consump-
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Energy leads slide in stocks as oil prices fall

By Alex Veiga $1.12, or 5.9 percent, to $17.90
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS Tuesday. Its now down 43.4 per-
High: 23,414.08 cent this year.
Energy companies led U.S. Low: 23,371.57 Investors bid up shares in Buffalo
stocks modestly lower Tuesday, Close: 23,409.47 Wild Wings following a report that
erasing the small gains the market Change: -30.23 Roark Capital has offered to buy the
made a day earlier. company for $150 a share, or $2.3
OTHER INDEXES billion. Shares in the restaurant
The biggest drop in crude oil
prices since October weighed on oil S&P 500: 2578.87 -5.97 chain soared $28.10, or 24 percent,
producers and other energy stocks. NYSE Index: 12,280.11 -36.71 to $145.35.
Disappointing results or outlooks Nasdaq: 6737.87 -19.73 Bond prices rose. The yield on
from retailers and other companies NYSE MKT: 2586.26 -23.55 the 10-year Treasury note fell to
also weighed on the market. Russell 2000: 1471.25 -3.82 2.38 percent from 2.41 percent late
Utilities and consumer-focused Monday.
Wilshire 5000: 26,719.19 -70.69
companies like packaged food and In other energy futures trading,
beverage makers, restaurant chains, 10-Yr Bond: 2.38 -0.02 wholesale gasoline gave up 3 cents
bucked the trend. Oil (per barrel): 54.97 -1.79 to $1.76 a gallon. Heating oil fell 3
Investors had their eye on Gold : 1,280.30 +1.40 cents to $1.91 a gallon. Natural gas
Washington D.C., where the House slid 7 cents to $3.10 per 1,000
is expected to vote on its version of of smaller-company stocks gave the wings and as prices have moved 500, climbing $13.44 to $95.72. cubic feet.
a major tax bill this week. up 3.81 points, or 0.3 percent, to higher thats made the marginal Other big retailers failed to Gold rose $4 to $1,282.90 an
Expectations that the tax overhaul 1,471.26. producer want to come out and just impress traders. ounce. Silver added 3 cents to
will sharply lower corporate taxes The steep drop in crude oil prices find more oil, said Eric Freedman, TJX Cos., the parent company of $17.07 an ounce. Copper fell 5
have helped lift the market higher weighed on oil exploration compa- chief investment officer of U.S. T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, fell 4 per- cents to $3.07 a pound.
this year. nies and other energy sector Bank Wealth Management. cent after it reported revenue and The dollar fell to 113.40 yen
Were through earnings season, stocks. The markets spotlight is on earnings that missed analysts esti- from 113.57 yen on Monday. The
which was pretty good, with earn- Newfield Exploration was the retailers this week, with many of mates. Its shares lost $2.82 to euro strengthened to $1.1794 from
ings up about 10 percent, said biggest decliner in the S&P 500, the companies reporting quarterly $67.94. $1.1667.
Stuart Freeman, co-head of global tumbling $2.27, or 7.1 percent, to results over the next few days, Dicks Sporting Goods slid 2.8 Major stock indexes in Europe
equity strategy for Wells Fargo $29.82. Range Resources lost including Target Corp., Wal-Mart percent after the retailer reported a closed lower or flat. Germanys
Investment Institute. Now $1.23, or 6.6 percent, to $17.35. Stores and Best Buy. solid quarter but also said its earn- DAX fell 0.3 percent, while
investors are waiting and watching Benchmark U.S. crude fell $1.06, On Tuesday, Home Depot turned ings per share could drop as much as Frances CAC 40 shed 0.5 percent.
to see what shape this tax reduction or 1.9 percent, to settle at $55.70 in better-than-expected results and 20 percent next year. The stock Britains FTSE 100 was little
bill is going to take. per barrel on the New York raised its outlook for the year. gave up 73 cents to $25.59. changed.
The Standard & Poors 500 index Mercantile Exchange. Thats the Shares in the home-improvement General Electric was among the Earlier in Asia, Japans Nikkei
fell 5.97 points, or 0.2 percent, to biggest single-day decline since retailer rose $2.71, or 1.6 percent, markets big movers, sliding 225 stock index finished flat. Hong
2,578.87. The Dow Jones industri- October. Brent crude, used to price to $168.06. sharply for the second straight day Kongs Hang Seng index slipped
al average lost 30.23 points, or international oils, declined 95 Advance Auto Parts vaulted 16.3 after analysts downgraded the 0.1 percent. Australias S&P/ASX
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U.S. oil and gas resurgence expected as global demand grows

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS this week said that emissions of growing by a sharp 40 percent. The price of oil has risen over become the biggest net importers
the heat-trapping gas rose this A more widespread use of elec- 30 percent since June to a two- of oil and gas, taking in 70 per-
LONDON Oil will continue year after three years of not grow- tric cars will not be enough to year high of around $57 a barrel in cent of imports by 2040 as their
growing as a source of energy for ing. consign oil to the past, said IEA New York trading amid evidence of economies expand at a fast clip.
over two decades, with the U.S. set The IEA said oil production will Executive Director Fatih Birol. stronger economic growth around Environmental activists decried
to become the undisputed leader in be driven by continued growth in It is far too early to write the the world. But analysts expect the the IEA forecasts as discounting
crude and gas production, the energy-hungry industries. Though obituary of oil, as growth for price to not rise much further in any efforts by countries to limit
International Energy Agency said solar power is set to become the trucks, petrochemicals, shipping coming months as the U.S. ramps emissions as part of the Paris
Tuesday. cheapest source of new electricity and aviation keep pushing demand up production. Agreement on climate change.
The report from the Paris-based generation and the boom years for higher, said Birol. The IEA echoed that view, say- None of its core scenarios for
agency will come as grim news for coal are over, oil and gas will con- Total energy demand is expected ing it expects the U.S. to see a the future of energy provide a rea-
officials attending global climate tinue to meet the bulk of the to have grown by 30 percent by resurgence in its oil and gas indus- sonable chance that the world will
talks in Bonn, Germany, as they worlds energy needs, the IEA said. 2040 and would be growing tries and become the worlds avoid climate catastrophe, said
grapple with ways to contain car- Oil demand is forecast to keep twice that without efforts to biggest net exporter by the end of Adam Scott, senior advisor at Oil
bon emissions. Scientists just rising until 2040, with natural gas improve energy efficiencies. the 2020s. Asian countries will Change International.

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49ers Goodwin hopes heartbreak helps others

By Janie McCauley faith carrying him taking the field that afternoon. And Goodwin before that. Coming in the game, I wasnt
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS through each minute, step decided to share what he was going through really in it, because I had just lost my baby.
and snap, Goodwin played so no questions surfaced about what was Goodwin caught an 83-yard touchdown
in San Franciscos first wrong. pass from C.J. Beathard in the Niners 31-21
SANTA CLARA The babys tiny left hand win of the season only victory over the Giants at Levis Stadium.
touches a single finger on the hand of his hours after the death of his I mentally and physically was not pre- When he scored in the second quarter,
father, 49ers wide receiver Marquise son because of what pared to play in the game at all, Goodwin Goodwin blew a kiss to the sky as he
Goodwin. Goodwin called compli- said on a conference call Tuesday, speaking approached the end zone, then went to his
Its a heartbreaking photo shared by the cations that led to an from home in Texas where he is with family knees with hands held in prayer before look-
player on Instagram making public the sad unexpected early delivery. during the teams bye week. I really didnt ing down at his upraised palms with the foot-
news that he and wife Morgan had lost their Marquise
Goodwin After the couple prayed, even practice that week, I was just going ball still tucked into his left forearm. Then he
baby prematurely early Sunday. Morgan talked him into through a lot and just trying to get my body
Somehow, with his wifes urging and his rested from the week before and the week See 49ERS, Page 17

SHP to Nor Cal final four Vegas comes

Menlo School loses heartbreaker to Buchanan in overtime up a winner
By Nathan Mollat
Of the seven other teams in the his was a sight no self-respecting
inaugural Northern California bookie in this gambling town
Division I boys water polo tour- would have ever laid odds on see-
nament, Sacred Heart Prep had ing.
played them all except for There was Roger Goodell, praising Las
Tuesdays first-round opponent Vegas with the lights of the glittering
Jesuit-Carmichael, located Strip shining brightly behind him. In the
Northeast of Sacramento. audience were a trio of NFL owners (though
I didnt have any tape, noth- not Jerry Jones) who had to be just a little
ing, said SHP head coach Brian envious about the rich possibilities that
Kreutzkamp. await Mark Davis and his Raiders.
As a result, the Gators came out There was no talk about the evils of
and played a cautious first period sports betting, no warnings about players
before turning on the afterburners finding their way into
and flying away with a 12-4 victo- casinos. The city they
ry in Atherton. had snubbed for so
We had not seen this team, many years was now
Kreutzkamp said. We just wanted one of their own,
to come out and see where we were with the sanctimo-
at. nious hypocrisy of
A slow-ish start for the Gators is the past conveniently
unlike other teams as they still abandoned before the
managed to score three time and first ceremonial shov-
limited the Marauders to just three els of dirt were turned.
first-period shots. The Raiders wont
In the second quarter, SHP really TIM play here until the
2020 season at the
got its offense humming, scoring
five times to take an 8-1 lead at DAHLBERG earliest, but Monday
halftime. The Gators kept up the nights official
offensive onslaught in the third, groundbreaking for a $1.9 billion stadium
scoring four more goals in the first made it seem like they were already home.
five-plus minutes before Great Raiders of the past like Jim Plunkett
Kreutzkamp ended the night for his and Howie Long were on hand for the
starters and let the bench go the turnover, and there was hardly a mention of
final 10 minutes of the match. Oakland the entire night.
We didnt get a chance to really Amazing what $750 million can do.
recover from an emotional win That, as it turns out, is the price of
Saturday (in the CCS Open admission to the most exclusive club in
Division title game). I thought we American sports. A bit pricey, yes, but not
might be a little flat (against a problem in a city that laid off the bet on
Jesuit), Kreutzkamp said. I liked tourists, who will pick up the tab in
the way we were moving and swim- increased room taxes.
ming out there. I thought we What began 20 months ago as little
looked fast. more than a concept a pipe dream, per-
Walker Seymour and Alex haps is suddenly very real. There are
Tsotadze led the SHP offense with a NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL still issues that remain, including some
Jesuits Josh Wiegandt, rear, cant stop SHPs Walker Seymour from shooting and scoring during the
See BOYS, Page 14 Gators 12-4 win over the Marauders in the Nor Cal Division I opener. See DAHLBERG, Page 18

Deja vu for the Lady Gators in Nor Cal loss

By Nathan Mollat the Gators in the CCS finals, the Blue T: use your dominant hole set and let her go match to get the ball into the set and goals
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Devils did to them in the Nor Cal opener: to work. For Leland, it was Nina Flynn. For were few and far between for the Gators.
dominated them in every facet of the game. Davis, it was Brooke Doten, who scored a Youre going to have nights where you
Davis was faster, more physical and simply match-high four goals. struggle on offense, Burke said. You cant
The Sacred Heart Prep girls water polo better in a 7-4 win. struggle on defense.
team must have thought they had time-trav- If it wasnt Doten doing the damage, it
I dont mind if we score four goals in we was driver Scout Brown, who torched the Davis took a 1-0 lead less than two min-
eled back to Saturday when the Gators saw utes into the match when a shot from Avery
their 11-year reign as Central Coast Section play better defense, said SHP head coach Gators on the wings with her speed.
Jon Burke. If we do a little better on hus- Warhover deflected off a SHP defender past
champions come to an end against Leland. Defensively, the Blue Devils pressed the goalkeeper Gillian Bressie.
The reality was, the Gators were at home tle plays, maybe its a different result. Gators all over the pool, creating so much But unlike the CCS championship game
Tuesday evening as the No. 4-seed in the It looked as if Davis had gotten ahold of a space SHP had trouble making even the when the Gators were shut out in the first
Northern California Division I tournament, recording of that SHP game against Leland most simple of passes. Add some sloppy
hosting No. 5 Davis. And like Leland did to as they followed the Chargers blueprint to a passing and receiving, and struggling all See GIRLS Page 18
12 Wednesday Nov. 15, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

3 UCLA players face Twins Molitor, D-Backs

punishment at home Lovullo Managers of Year
after China incident
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS mation that can be shared.
By Ben Walker
Washington, also had first-place votes.
Molitor joined Frank Robinson as the
only Hall of Fame players to win a manager
There was no immediate word on the trios Paul Molitor and Torey Lovullo both of the year award, which was first presented
LOS ANGELES Three UCLA basketball status for the teams home opener Wednesday presided over turnaround seasons, guided in 1983.
players detained in China on suspicion of night against Central Arkansas. their teams into the playoffs and won I was aware of some of the history,
shoplifting returned home, where they may be The school said the three players, along Manager of the Year awards by wide mar- Molitor said.
disciplined by the school as a result of the with coach Steve Alford and athletic director gins. The Twins went 85-77 this season and
international scandal. Dan Guerrero, will make their first public com- The paths they took, those were totally captured their first playoff spot since 2010
Freshmen LiAngelo Ball, Jalen Hill and ments about the matter at a campus news con- different. before losing to the Yankees in the AL wild-
Cody Riley arrived at Los Angeles ference Wednesday, but wont take questions. Molitor needed a clubhouse talk to calm card game. Last year, the Twins led the
International Airport late Tuesday afternoon Scott thanked President Donald Trump, the down the Minnesota majors with 103 losses.
after a 12-hour flight from Shanghai. They White House and the State Department for Twins, his players Brian Dozier, Joe Mauer and their
ignored reporters shouted questions while their efforts in resolving what he called the angered by moves the Minnesota teammates were in the midst of a
making their way through a horde of media incident with authorities in Hangzhou, front office made at the 5-13 slide when the Twins traded closer
outside and getting into a van that took off China. He indicated that UCLA made signif- July 31 trade deadline. Brandon Kintzler to Washington for a minor
from the departure level. icant efforts on behalf of its athletes. I still believed, leaguer less than a month after he made the
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said the Molitor said Tuesday, All-Star team. They also dealt away Jaime
It wasnt clear under what terms the players Garcia after he won his only start since they
matter has been resolved to the satisfaction recalling how he helped
were freed to return to the U.S. got him from Atlanta.
of the Chinese authorities. his team overcome that
The players were detained in Hangzhou for We are all very pleased that these young A little bit of a wrinkle, Molitor said.
speed bump.
questioning following allegations of men have been allowed to return home to their Molitors message to the Twins at that
families and university, Scott said.
Paul Molitor No such distractions in
shoplifting last week before the 23rd-ranked the desert. point was not magical, he said. Instead, it
Bruins beat Georgia Tech in their season- Trump said Tuesday he had a long conversa- In his first full season was fairly simple and straightforward:
opening game in Shanghai as part of the Pac- tion about the three players status with as a skipper, Lovullo Believe in yourselves.
12 China game. The rest of the UCLA team Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping. built a culture of commu- I still had a lot of optimism, he said.
returned home last Saturday. Ball, Hill and Riley were expected to have nication with the Arizona The 61-year-old Molitor was born and
A person with knowledge of the Pac-12s an immediate impact as part of UCLAs highly Diamondbacks. He often raised in St. Paul, Minnesota, and got the
decision said any discipline involving the touted recruiting class. Instead, they are being referred to the love last of his 3,319 career hits with the Twins
trio would be up to UCLA. The person spoke talked about solely for their actions off the teammates had for each in 1998.
to The Associated Press on condition of court. other and Lovullo cer- Shortly after the playoff loss, Molitor got
anonymity because the conference doesnt Ball, a guard whose brother Lonzo is a rook- tainly loved the midsea- a new three-year contract to continue man-
plan any sanctions. ie for the Los Angeles Lakers, averaged 33.8 aging the Twins.
Torey Lovullo son deal that brought
UCLA Chancellor Gene Block said the points as a high school senior. The elder Ball big-hitting J. D. The 52-year-old Lovullo guided the
school is weighing its options. played one season in Westwood and left early Martinez to the D-backs. Diamondbacks to a 93-69 record and their
I want to be clear that we take seriously any for the NBA draft. We are going to be one year better, he first playoff spot since 2011, a year after
violations of the law, he said in a statement. The Balls outspoken father, LaVar, was in said, adding his club would be even more they went 69-93.
In this particular case, both Athletics and the China at the time of the incident. He spent united in 2018. Lovullo was Bostons bench coach when
Office of Student Conduct will review this some time promoting the familys Big Baller Molitor won the American League he ran the Red Sox for 48 games in 2015
incident and guide any action with respect to Brand of athletic shoes with his youngest Manager of the Year award after the Twins while manager John Farrell underwent can-
the involved students. Such proceedings are son, LaMelo, while his middle son was became the first team to make the playoffs cer treatment.
confidential, which limits the specific infor- detained. following a 100-loss season. Powered by Paul Goldschmidt, Jake Lamb
Molitor drew 18 of the 30 first-place and Martinez, and led by pitchers Zack
votes in balloting by members of the Greinke and Robbie Ray, the Diamondbacks
Baseball Writers Association of America. made the playoffs this year. They beat
Clevelands Terry Francona was second Colorado in the NL wild-card game before
and A.J. Hinch of the World Series champi- getting swept by the Dodgers in the
on Houston Astros finished third. Voting Division Series.
was completed before the start of the play- The Diamondbacks were swept in a three-
offs. game series at Minnesota in mid-August,
Lovullo got 18 first-place votes, too, in outscored 27-8 at Target Field. Less than a
earning the National League prize. Dave week later, Arizona began a franchise-record
Roberts of the Los Angeles Dodgers was 13-game winning streak.
second and Colorados Bud Black was third. Going into a new season, Lovullos team
Roberts, Black, Milwaukees Craig has a new target.
Counsell and Dusty Baker, since let go by It didnt end the way we wanted. The
Dodgers walked through us, he said.


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BOYS make it 7-0 before the Marauders

finally got on the board with a goal
The other semifinal pits top-seed-
Ex-marketing executive: Fox
Continued from page 11
from Luke Chandler of a quick
SHP got the goal back before half-
ed Drake, which beat No. 8 Davis
18-10, against No. 5 Buchanan,
which topped No. 4 Menlo School
Sports involved in soccer bribes
hat trick each as six Gators scored THE ASSOCIATED PRESS reply to a request for comment on
time, however, with James Plaschke in a thrilling 10-9 overtime victory.
goals and eight recorded a point. scored from the set off a pass from Tuesdays testimony.
As for SHPs history with top- NEW YORK Fox Sports part-
Michael Sonsini and Andrew Sonsini to give the Gators a com- seeded Drake? The Gators beat them Burzaco said other media business-
Churukian each scored twice, while nered with a South American market- es, including Televisa, Media Pro, TV
fortable 8-1 lead at the break. in that same Memorial tournament,
James Plaschke and Corey Tannis ing firm to make millions of dollars Globo, Full Play Argentina, and
Nemeth assisted on three of the 5-4. in bribes to high-ranking soccer offi-
scored a goal apiece. four third-period goals for SHP. He Traffic had all paid bribes for soccer
There are four teams left in Nor cials in exchange for lucrative broad-
Goalkeeper Alex Nemeth led SHP dropped a pass right into the path of Cal, Kreutzkamp said. We want to rights as well. In a statement, Globo
with four assists. Sonsini and casting rights to major tournaments, vehemently denied making bribes
a driving Sonsini, who finished his make sure we represent our section. the marketing companys former
Seymour added two helpers each. second fast break of the evening. and said it was willing to cooperate
CEO testified Tuesday at a U.S. cor- with U.S. authorities.
Making the win even more
impressive was the fact the Gators
Nemeth then found Tsotadze for the No. 5 Buchanan 10, ruption trial.
Gators 10th goal at the 5:07 mark The testimony came on the second
were without one of their leading of the third.
No. 4 Menlo School 9, OT Alejandro Burzaco, former CEO of
day of the U.S. trial of three former
scorers as Larson Weigle, who the firm based in Argentina, testified
Another hole-set strike from the There was ecstasy and agony for South American soccer officials
missed the game because of illness. that Fox and other broadcasters were
Gators, this time from Tannis, gave the Knights as they saw their sea- accused of taking bribes in a sprawl-
involved in a scheme to pay bribes
We have a very deep team, SHP a 10-goal lead. On arguably the son end in overtime of the first ing corruption investigation of
concealed using offshore side enti-
Kreutzkamp said. prettiest goal of the game, Nemeth round of the Nor Cal Division I FIFA, the sports governing body.
ties and sham contracts that
Sonsini set the tone early when he made a long outlet pass down the tournament at Palo Alto High Burzaco, who has pleaded guilty to
secured rights for the Copa America
stole the ball and drove half the left sideline to Tsotadze, who quick- School. racketeering conspiracy and other
and other events.
length of the pool before he easily ly found Seymour on the drive, who Menlo rallied from a three-goal charges, has emerged as a key witness
As evidence of the scheme, prose-
beat the goalkeeper one-on-one just finished the scoring for the night deficit in the fourth period to tie against Jose Maria Marin, Manuel
cutors at the trial at a federal court in
under two minutes into the match. for the Gators and ending the the game at 7-all and send it into Burga and Juan Angel Napout.
New York City produced a 2008
SHP then got a pair of goals in the night for the starters as well. two mandatory periods of over- agreement for the partnership to pay The former officials, who have
last two minutes of the period to The Gators second team struggled time. $3.7 million to a holding company pleaded not guilty, are the first to face
take control. On the Gators third on the offensive end, but defensive- The Knights scored twice in the in Turks and Caicos that was an trial in the investigation accusing
power play of the period, Seymour, ly forced Jesuit to work hard for its first overtime period for a 9-7 lead, alleged conduit for the bribes. They them of taking part in a 24-year
stationed on the right wing, lobbed final two goals one each from but Buchanan came roaring back say it was signed by a former Fox scheme involving at least $150 mil-
a pass into the hole set, where Spencer Beckwith late in the third with three unanswered goals in the executive. lion in bribes. More than 40 other
Churukian rose up and batted the and Kyle Webster midway through second overtime period win- Asked whom he kept informed officials have pleaded guilty in hopes
ball into the back of the net for a 2- the fourth. ning the game on what Menlo head about the bribe arrangements, of receiving reduced sentences.
0 lead. Up next for the Gators is what coach Jack Bowen said in a press Burzaco responded, Fox Pan Burzaco was asked to point out the
Then, with literally a tenth-of-a- they hope is a two-game grind release was, A last-second penal- American Sports. Fox Sports. three defendants in the courtroom
second left in the quarter, Seymour Saturday, as both the Nor Cal semi- ty shot. Through the bribes, the network while testifying that he bribed all of
converted a Jackson Clevenger lob finals and championship match Miller Geschke, for the second gained leverage and rights to broad- them. The witness described a series
into a 3-0 advantage. will be held at Whitney High time in as many games, led Menlo cast its signal to Argentina and other of meeting at hotels and restaurants
The goals kept coming in the sec- School in Rocklin, which is about with four goals. Jayden Kunwar parts of the world, he added. in Buenos Aires starting in 2012
ond period as the Gators scored on 30 minutes Northeast of added a pair, while Maxwell Last year, a Florida-based soccer where he helped strike deals for annu-
five of their eight shots. Tsotadze Sacramento. Patterson, Sam Untrecht and network that repeatedly lost out on al six-figure bribes for Marin, the for-
scored back-to-back goals in the SHP, the No. 2 seed, will face No. Connor Enright rounded out the the television rights to tournaments mer president of Brazils soccer feder-
opening four minutes to open up a 3 Campolindo, which beat No. 6 scoring with a goal each. that Fox Sports aired had made simi- ation, Burga, former president of
4-0 SHP lead. A long outlet pass Bellarmine 12-11. Kreutzkamp said Goaltender Josh Poulos did all lar bribery allegations against Fox in Perus soccer federation and Napout,
from Nemeth to a streaking his team lost to Campo 6-5 in the he could to help the Knights, fin- a pending federal lawsuit. ex-head of Paraguays soccer federa-
Seymour put the Gators up 6-0. Memorial tournament, which was ishing with 18 saves. Fox Sports didnt immediately tion.




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a two-year contract in March. Atlantic Division Atlantic Division Girls' volleyball
Continued from page 11 W L Pct GB GP W L OT Pts GF GA Nor Cal tournament
He decided that being forthcom- Boston 13 2 .867 Tampa Bay 18 14 2 2 30 71 46 First round
ing about what had happened was Toronto 8 5 .615 4
New York 7 6 .538 5 Toronto 19 12 7 0 24 72 63 Division I
placed his head on the grass. Ottawa 16 8 3 5 21 59 53 No. 12 Burlingame (22-6) at No. 5 Lick-Wilmerding
the best option. Philadelphia 7 6 .538 5
All the pain that I was feeling at Brooklyn 5 9 .357 7 1/2 Detroit 18 8 8 2 18 49 51 (24-5), 7 p.m.
that time just came over me at It would have made it (out pub- Montreal 19 8 9 2 18 47 63
Southeast Division Boston 16 6 6 4 16 44 51 Division II
once, he said. It wasnt some- licly) anyway so why not put it out W L Pct GB No. 16 Analy (21-8) at No. 1 Carlmont (30-4), 7 p.m.
Washington 8 5 .615 Florida 17 6 9 2 14 57 65
thing that was planned or any- there so I could kind of narrate my Orlando 8 6 .571 1/2 Buffalo 18 5 9 4 14 44 65 No. 15 Rocklin (17-17) at No. 2 Notre Dame-Belmont
own story instead of letting some- Miami 6 7 .462 2 (30-14), 7 p.m.
thing. If that had been anybody Charlotte 5 7 .417 2 1/2 Metropolitan Division No. 14 Del Oro (18-14) at No. 3 Sacred Heart Prep
who had to go through that if you body else do it or people have Atlanta 2 12 .143 6 1/2 New Jersey 17 11 4 2 24 61 54 (25-8), 7 p.m.
had lost something that you want- these assumptions, Goodwin Central Division Columbus 19 11 7 1 23 57 51
said. Because my wife and I had W L Pct GB Pittsburgh 20 10 7 3 23 55 72 Mens college basketball
ed more than anything, something Detroit 10 3 .769 Washington 19 10 8 1 21 56 59 West Valley vs. Caada at CSM, 7 p.m.
that you expected because you posted that we were pregnant Milwaukee 7 6 .538 3 N.Y. Islanders17 9 6 2 20 60 55
weeks ago, or months ago, and had Cleveland 7 7 .500 3 1/2 N.Y. Rangers 18 9 7 2 20 60 59 THURSDAY
could see it without seeing it, you Indiana 6 8 .429 4 1/2 Carolina 16 7 5 4 18 46 44 Girls' volleyball
would know how I felt in that situ- we abruptly stopped and they Chicago 2 9 .182 7 Philadelphia 18 8 8 2 18 50 48 Nor Cal tournament
ation. noticed that she wasnt pregnant WESTERN CONFERENCE First round
Southwest Division WESTERN CONFERENCE Open Division
anymore it would have raised a lot No. 6 Menlo School (29-5) at No. 3 Turlock (33-8), 7
He credited Morgans strength W L Pct GB Central Division
of eyebrows and questions. Houston 11 4 .733 St. Louis 19 13 5 1 27 62 51 p.m.
with pushing him out onto that San Antonio 9 5 .643 1 1/2 Winnipeg 17 10 4 3 23 56 47
field when she easily could have Overwhelmed with emotion, New Orleans 8 6 .571 2 1/2 Nashville 17 10 5 2 22 51 49 Womens college basketball
Memphis 7 6 .538 3
said no. Goodwin went straight from the Dallas 2 13 .133 9 Dallas 18 9 8 1 19 51 52 San Mateo vs. Merced at Las Positas-Livermore tour-
hospital to the team hotel to check Minnesota 17 8 7 2 18 49 44 nament, 5 p.m.
I guess she felt that God moved Northwest Division Chicago 18 8 8 2 18 53 49
her to allow me to go play and she in before the game to ride the bus W L Pct GB Colorado 16 8 7 1 17 54 55 Mens college basketball
Minnesota 8 5 .615 Modesto vs. Skyline at Mendocino tournament, 6
encouraged me. She raised my spir- to the stadium. He hadnt show- Denver 8 6 .571 1/2
Pacific Division p.m.
ered, was still wearing sweats, Portland 7 6 .538 1
its up and helped get ready for the Oklahoma City 6 7 .462 2 Los Angeles 17 11 4 2 24 55 41
game, he said. Thats whats so sharing with only a handful of Utah 6 8 .429 2 1/2 Vegas 17 10 6 1 21 59 54
teammates what the couple was Sharks 16 10 6 0 20 44 36
cool about the situation is my Pacific Division Calgary 17 10 7 0 20 51 50 Football
wife, how supportive she is and enduring. W L Pct GB Vancouver 17 8 7 2 18 43 46 CCS playoffs
Warriors 11 3 .786
Goodwin also made a key block L.A. Lakers 6 8 .429 5 Anaheim 17 7 7 3 17 48 50 First round
how encouraging she is, all these L.A. Clippers 5 8 .385 5 1/2 Edmonton 18 7 9 2 16 46 54 Open Division I
great things that she does for me on another scoring play, when he Phoenix 5 10 .333 6 1/2 Arizona 20 2 15 3 7 46 79 No. 5 Menlo-Atherton (6-4) at No. 4 San Benito (6-
laid out a defensive back and Sacramento 3 10 .231 7 1/2 4), 7 p.m.
to help me go out there and play Tuesdays Games
the way I did. I think it speaks allowed Garrett Celek to get into Tuesdays Games Pittsburgh 5, Buffalo 4, OT Open Division III
Boston 109, Brooklyn 102
more about her character than the end zone. Toronto 129, Houston 113 Florida 4, Dallas 3, SO No. 8 Burlingame (6-4) at No. 1 Half Moon Bay (10-
San Antonio 97, Dallas 91 Columbus 2, Montreal 1, OT 0), 7 p.m.
mine. Later that night, he announced Wednesdays Games Minnesota 3, Philadelphia 0 No. 7 Terra Nova (5-5) at No. 2 Aptos (7-3), 7 p.m.
Even coach Kyle Shanahan said the loss of his baby. Sacramento at Atlanta, 4:30 p.m. Winnipeg 4, Arizona 1
Utah at New York, 4:30 p.m. Nashville 6, Washington 3 Division V
he wouldnt have blamed Goodwin Now, Goodwin hopes he and Washington at Miami, 4:30 p.m. Edmonton 8, Vegas 2 No. 5 Sobrato (8-2) at No. 4 Hillsdale, 7 p.m.
Chicago at Oklahoma City, 5 p.m.
for sitting this one out. Morgan and their baby can Cleveland at Charlotte, 5 p.m. Vancouver at Los Angeles, late
Detroit at Milwaukee, 5 p.m. Wednesdays Games Womens college basketball
A third-round draft pick taken uplift others who might be going Indiana at Memphis, 5 p.m. Calgary at Detroit, 4:30 p.m. Lassen at Skyline, San Mateo vs. Feather River at Las
78th overall by the Bills out of through the same thing. San Antonio at Minnesota, 5 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Chicago, 5 p.m. Positas Tournament, 5 p.m.

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The Raiders broke ground on a new stadium just off The Strip in Las Vegas Monday night. SHPs Claire Kerrigan get a face full of the hand of Davis xxxx during the Gators 7-4 loss to the
Blue Devils in the first round of the Nor Cal Division I tournament.
Knights figures to be a perfect fit for an NBA
Las Vegas is the home of UFC and almost

as soon as Davis won the sprint.
Continued from page 11 every big boxing match. NASCAR will hold SHP did manage the first goal of the quar-
not just one, but two, of its Sprint Cup races in ter, as Eleanor Facey took a pass in the hole
the city next year, and five different college set from sister Annabel Facey and with her
crucial agreements for the new stadium, but no conferences bring teams to town for their Continued from page 11
one in attendance at the splashy groundbreak- back to the goal and being dragged underwa-
annual basketball tournaments. ter, managed to get off a backhand shot that
ing was in any mood to hear about them. But its the NFL that changes everything, half, they tied the score at 1 with just over found the back of the net, cutting the
The presence of Goodell and the owners with beginning in 2020 when the new stadium will two minutes left in the first period. Nadia Gators deficit to 5-3 with five minutes left
the lights of the Strip sparkling behind them be finished and fans will be able to look out Paquin sent a pass from the point to Annabel in the quarter.
was a bit startling, considering the NFLs out- large windows in the north end zone to see the Facey on the left wing, who whipped a one- Davis responded, however, with a Doten
right disdain over the years for everything hotels on the Strip. Theyll also be able to put timer past Emily Blackwell. power-play goal that gave the Blue Devils a
Vegas. A league that refused to allow the city to some money on the games at nearby casinos, But with under a minute left, another bad 6-3 lead going into the final seven minutes
advertise on the Super Bowl telecast just a few then stroll over to catch the action. break left the Gators chasing the Blue of the match.
years ago now may be hosting a Super Bowl That the NFL seems OK with that is an Devils for the rest of the match. Davis man- A Blue Devils goal early in the fourth
there when the new stadium opens. astonishing turnaround that only $750 million aged to work the ball to Doten into the 2- period all but sealed the win as Grace
The brightest city in the world just got a lit- in stadium money could bring about. For years, meter, but she had the ball stolen away. Gulsvig scored off a drive from the left side
tle brighter, said comedian and longtime Goodell and others warned about the perils of But instead of hanging her head, Doten for a 7-3 Davis advantage.
Raiders fan George Lopez, the master of cere- Las Vegas, and players were baned from appear- quickly stole the ball back and easily beat SHP still had a chance when Addi Duvall
monies. ing at casino-sponsored events in the city. The Bressie to give the Blue Devils the lead for scored off a Claire Kerrigan assist with just
Indeed, Las Vegas is on the kind of roll with NFL is still paying attorneys to fight a pro- good, 2-1. over four minutes to play, but over their
major league sports that a craps player at posed repeal of a federal law banning sports Davis scored the first two goals of the sec- final four possessions, the Gators commit-
Caesars Palace could only dream of. betting everywhere but Nevada, a case that will ond period to take control of the match. ted a pair of offensive fouls and had two
Last month the NHLs Vegas Golden Knights be heard next month by the U.S. Supreme Brown burned in from the right wing for a 3- passes blocked one during a power play.
became the first major professional franchise Court. 1 lead at the 4:36 mark and Doten buried We have no excuses, Burke said.
to call the city home, and so far they have been But Goodell sounded almost giddy at the another shot from the set for a 4-1 advan- Collectively, we need to do a better job
a smashing success on the ice and in the groundbreaking about the NFL coming to Las tage with 3:11 left in the half. cleaning up defensively. Its going to be a
stands. In a city long shunned by professional Vegas. He wielded one of the shovels with the Lauren Krikorian pulled a goal back for maturation process for us.
sports because of gambling and a relatively Raiders logo for the ceremonial groundbreak- SHP with 1:11 left, but the Blue Devils re- Despite losing the final two games of the
small population base, the hockey team tore ing, and said he was proud to be here with established their three-goal lead on Dotens season the two most important matches of
down the barriers and both locals and tourists you. third goal of the match. the year Burke was pleased with the sea-
have been lining up to buy tickets. To the still disbelieving it was living proof It appeared the Gators caught a break as son, overall.
The NBA practically spends its summers that the Raiders are actually coming. Davis was whistled for an exclusion penalty Im really happy we achieved our three
here, and the biggest casino operator in town Once again, Las Vegas rolled the dice and just before the end of the half, one that car- goals (we made at the beginning of the sea-
is looking to eventually lure a franchise to the somehow came up a winner. ried over to the third period. So as the two son): win WCAL, get to the CCS Open
city. MGM Resorts has already bought a teams lined up for the third-quarter sprint, finals and get to Nor Cals, Burke said.
Tim Dahlberg is a national sports columnist for The the Blue Devils were down a player.
WNBA team that will begin play here next Associated Press. Write to him at tdahlberg(at)ap.org or This is one of the first years we got all
year, and the same arena used by the Golden http://twitter.com/timdahlberg. But the Gators man-advantage was over three (of our goals).

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Big butterscotchy oatmeal cookies

By Katie Workman rated. Mix in the oats and raisins.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Use a 1/4-cup measuring cup (or
ice cream scoop) to measure out
I havent been consistently balls of the dough, which should
happy with my oatmeal cookie be placed on an ungreased cookie
recipe for a while. Sometimes they sheet with at least 3 inches
turn out perfectly fairly flat, between each ball (bake only six
chewy and moist in the middle, cookies per classic-size cookie
with crinkly, caramelized edges sheet). Use your hand to flatten
(not cakey or rounded) and a but- each ball. Cover the baking sheet
terscotch-esque flavor. Other with plastic wrap and refrigerate
times, they dont follow orders, for two days, or longer if you like.
staying too puffed, or becoming a (You can layer the flattened disks
little dry and less damply dense of dough two deep in a container,
than I crave. with parchment or wax paper in
So I took the recipe, reduced the between the layers, to save fridge
amount of flour and oats slightly, space).
upped the butter considerably Bake the cookies for about 11 to
(even in an oatmeal cookie, I am 15 minutes (see important Note
not looking for healthy; its still a below!), until they are golden
cookie), took out one egg, brown but still have nice give in
increased the salt and the vanilla, the middle. Let them sit on the
baking sheet for a minute before
changed the sugar ratio a bit to
transferring them to a cooling
favor the brown variety, and tried
it again.
Note: If your cookie dough is at
I also baked bigger cookies. room temperature, start checking
Only when your cookies are at the cookies at 11 minutes. They
least 3 inches wide can you tend to go from almost done to def-
approach the nirvana that comes initely done very quickly. The
Only when your cookies are at least 3 inches wide can you approach the nirvana that comes with a cookie that
with a cookie that has different longer baking time is for dough
has different textures throughout: a ring of crispness around the edge, firm but with some give as you head in
textures throughout: a ring of thats straight from the fridge. Im
for the next bite and, finally, soft but chewy in the middle.
crispness around the edge, firm but still playing around with this, but
with some give as you head in for Thats the difference between a 1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour F (postpone this step if you are baking them from room tempera-
the next bite and, finally, soft but merely great cookie and a truly 1 teaspoon baking soda planning to refrigerate your dough ture does seem the most successful
chewy in the middle. memorable one (she said opinion- 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon for a couple of days). in terms of texture and consisten-
I also took a page from my atedly). 1 teaspoon kosher salt Combine the flour, baking soda, cy. Having said that, the few that
favorite chocolate chip (or chunk) I am happier now. 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, cinnamon and salt in a medium- got a bit crispier were UN-believ-
cookie recipe, and let the dough at room temperature size bowl. able crumbled over a bowl of
rest for two days. You could skip BIG BUTTERSCOTCHY 1 cup brown sugar Blend the butter and both sugars vanilla ice cream.
this step, or you could leave the OATMEAL COOKIES 1/3 cup granulated sugar together in a large bowl with a
hand mixer (or standing mixer),
Nutrition information per serv-
dough for as long as four days 1 large egg ing: 253 calories; 99 calories from
before baking. The resting time Start to finish: 40 minutes, not 2 teaspoons vanilla extract until well blended. Beat in the egg, fat; 11 g fat (7 g saturated; 0 g trans
allows the dough to absorb all including optional refrigeration 2 cups old-fashioned oats and then the vanilla. Add the flour fats); 39 mg cholesterol; 188 mg
extra liquid and develop a deeper, time 1 cup raisins mixture gradually, mixing on low sodium; 36 g carbohydrate; 2 g
richer, more caramel-y flavor. Makes 16 to 18 cookies Preheat the oven to 350 degrees speed until each batch is incorpo- fiber; 22 g sugar; 3 g protein.

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California wineries assess

fires long-term effects
By Eric Risberg But many operators are now grappling
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS with other long-term effects from the fires
that killed 43 people and wiped out 8,900
NAPA A month after deadly wildfires buildings: making up for losses from being
swept through Californias famed wine closed at the busiest time of year, assessing
country, hot-air balloons are floating again the impact of smoke and other environmen-
over Napa Valley vineyards splashed with tal damage on this years vintage, and per-
fall colors. On the heels of the disaster, a suading tourists to return after weeks of
new winery is opening, keeping the name it news coverage of the fires devastation.
chose some time ago: Ashes and Diamonds. One of the most graphic scenes of destruc-
The fires had only a minimal effect on the tion to emerge was that of the Signorello
areas wineries, according to the Wine Estate winery engulfed in flames. Lost in
Institute, an advocacy and policy group. Of the fire was the Napa winerys signature
the 1,200 wineries in Sonoma, Napa and stone hospitality building. A kitchen, cor-
Mendocino, about 10 were destroyed or porate offices, a wine lab and owner Ray
heavily damaged, and 90 percent of this Signorello Jr.s home also were destroyed. REUTERS FILE PHOTO
years harvest already was complete, the We lost all our servers, systems, com- Firefighters battle a wildfire near Santa Rosa.
institute said. puters, the things we used to do business,
Signorello said. But he plans to rebuild and ished when the fires erupted, and hes wor- The winery celebrated its reopening with
Most vineyards were spared due to their ried about smoke tainting what remains. a community party that raised $16,000 for a
high moisture content, and some even says hes trying to get people back to
work. All the questions are unknown right fund to help fire victims, said sixth-genera-
helped save surrounding structures by act- now, and we hope to have a handle on that tion vintner Katie Bundschu, who oversees
ing as fire breaks. At Cardinale Winery in Oakville, where
just one Cabernet Sauvignon after fermentation, Carpenter said. marketing and sales.
vintage is made from prized Carpenter said he had a chance to try some It was a place to come and give each
mountain appellations each smoke-tainted wines in 2008, and they were other hugs, said Bundschu, whose own
year, winemaker Chris not very pleasant - like a bacon-flavored family has been dealing with the loss of her
Carpenter is eyeing the wine. parents home.
grapes cautiously. He was a If we sense any of that, we wont bottle, Now the push is on to lure visitors back to
rare winemaker willing to he said. the three counties, which together saw more
say the fires effects would be Things already appeared to be returning to than $3.7 billion in tourism spending in
felt for years, noting there normal for guests at Sonomas Gundlach 2016.
also will be environmental Bundschu winery, where dozens of tourists Wineries are filling the pages of the San
issues to contend with. soaked up the sun outside the tasting room a Francisco Chronicle with ads. We are open
Only 50 percent of few weeks after the fires. Nearby blackened and welcome you back to Napa! read one.
Cardinales harvest was fin- hills were the only visible reminder of what Some are donating their tasting room fees
recently occurred. to wildfire relief charities.


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Basmati rice makes Greek style rice pilaf special

By Sara Moulton feta cheese (about 1/2 cup)
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 ounce chopped Mediterranean olives
(heaping 1/4 cup)
With the exception of ooey-gooey potato 2 tablespoons chopped fresh dill
concoctions, side dishes rarely get any In a medium saucepan cook the onion in 2
respect. Most of us devote our love and tablespoons of the oil over medium heat,
attention to the protein in the center of the stirring occasionally until it is golden,
plate and then throw together some kind of about 8 minutes. Add the rice and garlic;
vegetable and/or starch as an afterthought. cook, stirring, for 3 minutes. Add the lemon
Here, however, is a pilaf fully capable of zest and chicken broth and bring to a boil.
stealing the limelight from the usual star of Turn down the heat to medium-low, adjust-
the show. ing the temperature to make sure that the
broth maintains a bare simmer, cover the
Its basmati rice that makes Greek style top of the pot with a wet paper towel and a
rice pilaf so special. An especially aromatic tight-fitting lid and cook, without stirring,
grain used for centuries in India and for 17 minutes. Remove from the heat and
Pakistan, basmati doesnt usually show up let stand for 10 minutes.
in a Greek-styled pilaf. But I prefer its natu- While the rice is simmering, cook the
rally nutty taste to the blandness of the spinach. In a large skillet heat 1 tablespoon
usual varieties of long-grain rice. (Theres a of the remaining oil over high heat, add half
reason that basmati means fragrant in the spinach and cook, stirring until it is
Hindi.) The seasonings, of course, are also wilted, add half the pepper flakes, stir and
key: sauteed spinach spiked with red pepper transfer the spinach to a bowl. Repeat the
flakes, feta cheese, olives and dill. procedure with the remaining oil, spinach
To make sure the cooked grains ended up and pepper flakes and set aside.
separate and fluffy and to wash away If youre no fan of feta, just swap in ricotta salata, a kind of aged ricotta. Youre also welcome When the rice is done and has rested for
excess starch I started by rinsing the to lose the dill in favor of oregano, basil or mint. And if you dont like olives, just leave them out. 10 minutes, add the feta, olives and dill and,
rice. This requires covering the rice in sev- using a fork, fluff the rice to separate the
eral inches of cold water, stirring it in a cir- ta salata, a kind of aged ricotta. Youre also Servings: 6 grains. Serve right away.
cular motion several times, dumping off the welcome to lose the dill in favor of 1/2 cup finely chopped onion Nutrition information per serving: 259
water and starting again with fresh water. oregano, basil or mint. And if you dont 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil, divided calories; 110 calories from fat; 12 g fat (3 g
Repeat this process as often as it takes for like olives, just leave them out. Finally, if 1 cup basmati rice, rinsed until the water saturated; 0 g trans fats); 8 mg cholesterol;
the water to become almost clear. youd prefer a vegetarian version of this runs clear and drained 211 mg sodium; 30 g carbohydrates; 1 g
Cooking rice also requires some care. It dish, reach for vegetable broth instead of 1 teaspoon minced garlic fiber; 1 g sugar; 6 g protein.
needs to be tightly sealed and cooked at a chicken broth. 1 teaspoon lemon zest
bare simmer to achieve the right texture. Born as a side dish, Greek Style Rice Pilaf 1 2/3 cup low-sodium
Place a wet paper towel under the lid to easily converts to main-dish status. Just chicken broth
ensure that no liquid can escape. Waiting 10 top it off with a little sauteed shrimp or 8 ounces baby spinach
minutes after its cooked before fluffing it chicken and call it a meal. 1/4 teaspoon red pepper
up allows all the moisture to be absorbed. Greek Style Rice Pilaf flakes
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another 30-day cooling off period. If, are covered, and the proposed law would ity of the current system in which even

Continued from page 1
after jumping through hoops, the victim
decides to continue, they have to file the
formal complaint within 90 days, according
expand the complaint process to interns,
pages or fellows, according to Speiers
determining the number of sexual harass-
ment complaints, let alone settlements, is a
challenge. Because the OOC pays settle-
to Speiers office. Along with the California representative, ments out of a fund used for a variety of dis-
Furthermore, they are required to sign a U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-New York, crimination cases, such as complaints
requiring victims to sign nondisclosure permanent nondisclosure agreement before is slated to propose companion legislation based on gender or disability, its not clear
agreements, according to Speiers office. the OOC will investigate, according to in the Senate. The two Democrats are col- to what extent the issue permeates through
The effort comes as an influx of sexual Speiers office. laborating on the bills in response to wide- Congress, according to Speiers office.
assault allegations and high-profile claims spread accounts of sexual harassment in the Several dozen victims of sexual harass-
Youve got to stay in that office for 90
have been publicly levied against various workplace. ment or sexual assault have reached out to
days, sign a nondisclosure agreement that is
actors, directors, comedians and politi- Speiers office, but the congresswoman
in perpetuity, can never talk to law enforce- Congress should never be above the law
cians. The acronym for the proposed law noted the vast majority of cases go unre-
ment or another member of Congress about or play by their own set of rules. The current
speaks to the growing number of comments ported.
it. Its really a system to protect harassers process has little accountability and even
and reports on social media made with the
and makes it so unfriendly for the victims, less sensitivity to victims of sexual harass- In three-quarters of sexual harassment,
hashtag #MeToo.
Speier said. ment, Gillibrand said in a statement earlier the complainant never comes forward. It
This is a tipping point, Speier said,
Plus, at the end of the entire process, the this month. What we are seeing from the takes someone with great fortitude to want
adding with the national momentum it final-
harasser is never outed and the settlement powerful #MeToo campaign is that sexual to try to move through this process and at
ly looks like theres bipartisan support.
is paid by the taxpayers, she said, referring assault and sexual harassment are pervasive every junction there is someone trying to
Introduction of the bill comes after she
to the OOC using a special fund within the across our entire society. What you see time discourage you from doing so, Speier said.
announced during a committee hearing
Tuesday that she knows of two current mem- Treasury Department to cover settlements. and again in institutions all around the And she knows firsthand what its like to
bers of Congress who have allegedly Instead, the ME TOO Act would streamline country is a culture where power and fear keep quiet.
engaged in sexual harassment. While not the process by not forcing victims to wait keep sexual assault and sexual harassment Last month, Speier released a video
disclosing exactly who those elected offi- at least 90 days before even filing a formal in the shadows. Congress is no different. recounting her experience in the 1970s
cials are, she noted one is a Democrat and complaint. The bill would allow for option- The ME TOO Act was introduced on the while working as a legislative aide for a
the other is a Republican. al, not mandatory, mediation and counsel- heels of another effort to require mandatory congressional representative. She reported
As an issue that affects people regardless ing, while also eliminating the cooling-off sexual harassment training in Congress the chief of staff grabbed her and stuck his
of political standing, Speier explained her period. Victims would still have to file for- through the Congressional Education About tongue in her mouth. Having carried the
bill would reform Congress cumbersome mal complaints within 90 days of either the Sexual harassment Eradication, or CEASE, feelings of fear and shame, Speier said she
complaint process thats unfairly weighted incident or following optional mediation or Resolution. Speier, who has worked to hopes to enable others to feel more com-
against the victims. counseling, according to Speiers office. expose sexual assault in the military and fortable coming forward.
Currently, before lodging a report a vic- The bill would also prohibit Congress combat college campus rape, said the Were way past the time when this issue
tim is required to undergo 30 days of legal from requiring victims to sign nondisclo- process for holding congressional employ- was fuzzy. Its a violation of the Civil
counseling with the OOC. After that, theres sure agreements, although such contracts ees accountable is abysmal and must be rec- Rights Act, she said. You shouldnt have
a 30-day mediation period followed by could still be negotiated. Currently only tified. to put up with fondling and propositioning
staffers and those employed by Congress The bill also seeks to highlight the opac- just to do your job.

was something that would be changing,

ger guns pose, the potential for break-ins Though Stampleman said he empathized
and other crimes associated with stores sell- with the last-minute change in the citys said Ortiz.
ing firearms and recent mass shootings in requirements representatives of the sport- Ortiz said in an email Tuesday the compa-
places like Las Vegas and Sutherland ing good store now face, he questioned the ny is still discussing next steps following
Continued from page 1 Springs, Texas, among others. stores fit for San Carlos community and Mondays meeting and will take the morato-
Joseph Stampleman, a 17-year resident advocated for more time for residents and rium and the possibility of its extension
temporary ban, cheering when councilmem- and father, said hes walked and driven officials to discuss whats appropriate for into consideration.
bers voted 4-1 to adopt the moratorium. through the parking lot a new location of a the city. While we understand that cities can enact
Vice Mayor Matt Grocott opposed the meas- Turners Outdoorsman sporting good store You found a community that just isnt zoning and [conditional use permit] man-
ure. at 1123 Industrial Road would share with ready or prepared for this, he said, address- dates; as we noted last night, its the timing
Close to 100 people spoke at the meet- Office Depot and Road Runner Sports, busi- ing Turners Outdoorsman representatives and due process of the moratorium and its
ing, the majority of which supported a nesses at the same mall hes frequented with who attended the meeting. Please give us nearly immediate extension that we have
moratorium, citing concerns about the dan- his children. more time. issue with, he said.
City Manager Jeff Maltbie said city offi- Though an overwhelming number of resi-
cials would need more than 45 days to devel- dents spoke in favor of the moratorium,
op and assess potential regulations on gun some opposed the measure and provided
stores while a hold on new businesses is in examples of the types of firearm training
place. He said the city would review any that such stores can offer, safety features
potential rules at community outreach meet- with which many are equipped and interest
ings, adding that any zoning aimed at limit- in hunting some in the area share.
ing sales would also need to be reviewed by Jeanana Rolsky Feige, owner of Imbert &
the Planning Commission. To account for Smithers, a gun store located in the city at
the time needed to study the measures, 1144 El Camino Real, was saddened so
Maltbie said the council would likely con- many were opposed to a new gun store and
sider extending the moratorium at its Nov. that some had expressed a desire to not
27 meeting from 45 days to up to a year, allow any establishments sell guns in a
with a maximum length of two years. community she cares about should her busi-
Bill Ortiz, vice president of compliance at ness stop operating.
Turners Outdoorsman, said that in addition I am here if people want to learn more,
to his company, the delay would harm the she said. I am happy to help this commu-
owner of the building with whom the com- nity understand this business and the
pany took out a 10-year lease, the 25 firearms industry.
employees the company was set to hire at Grocott joined a handful of residents who
the new location and the city, which he said expressed disappointment that officials
would lose tax revenue and could face the would prevent a business that had followed
costs of a settlement should his company the citys rules from operating, and said
pursue legal action. other instances when the city put a morato-
He said the company had invested more rium in place had not prevented a business
than $125,000 to make improvements to from operating anywhere in the city, just in
the store location by Mondays meeting, specific locations.
adding representatives of his company I find it wholly unfair to say to them
worked with city planners and local law were putting a moratorium and the
enforcement in the months leading up to the $125,000 youve invested, kiss it good-
stores planned opening in November to bye, he said. Thats not fair.
make sure they were following San Carlos But for Councilman Mark Olbert, the
requirements for businesses selling guns. sheer number of emails, phone calls and res-
Maltbie confirmed no local conditions reg- idents involved in supporting the moratori-
ulating gun sales in San Carlos existed in um was a sign the city should take action.
the city before Mondays discussion. For me, the clearest answer to that ques-
We would not go down that road and not tion is contained in all the people who are
go down that lease had we known that there here tonight, he said Monday.
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Calendar Remember Pappy Pariah? Sean Penn has written a novel
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Museum of Art, Penn has been an exciting challenge.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15 to 8 p.m. Burlingame Library, 480 acknowledged a According to Atria, Penns darkly
Learn About Camellias And Primrose Road, Burlingame. For
Azaleas. Veterans Memorial Senior more information call 558-7411. NEW YORK Sean Penn is writing a close bond with humorous novel tells the picaresque
Center, 1455 Madison Ave., novel about a divorced, disillusioned Pariah, while also story of Bob Honey, a middle-aged,
Redwood City. Free and family The Further Adventures of Hedda man. referring to him as a divorced, disillusioned man living in a
friendly. For more information call Gabler. 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. 2120
(408) 920-0884. Broadway, Redwood City. Cost $15 And, yes, he did once release an audio- sociopath. nondescript house on a nondescript
to $35. For more information call book under the pseudonym Pappy It was soon after I street in Woodview, California. Bob
PiYo Live Exercise Series. 6 a.m. to 493-2006.
7 a.m. 150 San Mateo Road, Half Pariah. finished narrating Honey is a man of many trades
Moon Bay. Combines pilates with FRIDAY, NOV. 17 Atria Books told the Associated Press the short audio of sewage specialist, purveyor of
yoga. Cost $15. First class free. For Gastric Cancer Eighth Annual on Monday that Penns Bob Honey
more information call 726-3110. Event: A Cause for Hope. Sean Penn Bob Honey that I pyrotechnics, contract killer for a mys-
Peninsula Golf and Country Club, Who Just Do Stuff will come out March began to feel I had terious government agency that pays in
Drop In Computer Help. 10 a.m. to 701 Madera Drive, San Mateo. Cost is 27. The novel builds upon an audiobook only scratched the surface of this story I small bills.
noon. 1044 Middlefield Road, $190. For more information call
Redwood City. Free one-on-one (415) 572-6646. from 2016, narrated by one Pappy wanted to tell, Penn said in a statement The Oscar-winning actor had told the
help regarding laptops, E-readers, Pariah and promoted by the usually issued Monday by Atria, an imprint of audience gathered at the Los Angeles
tablets and mobile phones. Meets in The Grateful Garment Project.
Small Conference Room on the first 7:30 a.m. 6650 Golf Course Drive, press-shy actor. During an appearance Simon & Schuster. Expanding that museum that he met Pariah at a Key
floor. For more information contact Burlingame. Goal is to ensure that last fall at the Los Angeles County original idea into a fully realized novel West, Florida, bar in 1979.
gsuarez@redwoodcity.org. every victim of a sexual crime who
seeks medical attention or law
Holiday Stress. 11 a.m. to noon. San enforcement involvement is provid-

Mateo Senior Center, 2645 Alameda ed with any clothing, toiletries, etc. design of the apartment buildings, develop the vision.
de las Pulgas, San Mateo. Discuss that they may require. Cost $15. For among other issues. There are still a lot of steps to go
strategies for joyous but low stress more information call 787-5595. As a result, the developer returned with this project to look at the impacts
holidays. Registration is required.
For more information call 522-7490. Healthy and Beautiful Smile. 10
Continued from page 1 with a revised vision for the project and concerns with the community, he
a.m. to 11 a.m. San Mateo Senior reducing the number of units, shrink- said.
San Mateo Professional Alliance Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas,
Networking Lunch. Noon. Mimis San Mateo. Admission is free and ing the height of some of the four- To the point that more refinement is
Cafe, 2208 Bridgepointe Parkway, open to seniors. For more informa- Peter Gum questioned whether the proj- story buildings by removing a floor, required, Commissioner Will Loftis
San Mateo. Meet new business con- tion call 522-7490. ect is right for Burlingame. rethinking the landscaping and over- agreed, while taking aim at the archi-
nections. New speakers each week.
For more information call 430-6500. Archangel Holiday Boutique Do we need this big of an apartment hauling the architecture. tecture.
2017. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 599 Jefferson complex at this time in our citys life?
Community Coffee in East Palo Ave., Redwood City. Boutique raises Fore Property official Mark It needs to sing and it needs to be
Alto with Assemblyman Marc awareness of and funds for local fos- I dont know if we do. We need to look Pilarczyk said a majority of the plan compelling and I dont think this proj-
Berman. 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Express ter children. All donations benefit at this type of thing, said Gum, citing changes were brought following a ect does that, he said.
thoughts on community and leg- Child Advocates of Silicon Valley. For
islative matters. Coffee provided. more information contact traffic congestion, limited parking and series of community meetings with Following community meetings, the
East Palo Alto City Hall, 2415 archangeleventinfo@gmail.com. school overcrowding among his pri- concerned residents and neighbors. project was redesigned from a modern
University Ave., East Palo Alto. For mary concerns generated by the pro-
more information call 691-2121. Turkey Lunch and music with Rick This is probably the one and only approach to a vision more akin to a
Keane. 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. San posal. time Ive exhausted a working rela- craftsman style, under an attempt to fit
NAMI SMC General Meeting. 6:15 Bruno Recreation Center, 251 City
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 100 S. San Mateo Park Way, San Bruno. For more infor- Others took a more open-minded tionship with neighborhood represen- in with the neighborhood, said
Drive, San Mateo. Live music by mation call 616-7150. approach, while still recognizing the tatives but, by golly, its a better proj- Pilarczyk.
TEHYA. For more information call developments transformative nature ect, and Ill be the first to admit it, he
638-0800. Senior Center Thanksgiving Loftis though said the plans are not
Luncheon. 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. San particularly on the surrounding said. bold enough, rendering the current
Holiday Concert with Classical Mateo Senior Center, 2645 Alameda Lyon Hoag community. Most neighbors and officials also
Guitarist Peter Fletcher. 7 p.m. San de las Pulgas, San Mateo. $16. design bland or tapioca.
Carlos Library, 610 Elm St., San Registration is required. For more This might not be the absolute ideal believed the project improved through This is a 1980s Camry or Honda
Carlos. For more information call information call 522-7490. place to put this housing develop- residential feedback, and lauded Accord, he said. It just doesnt do it.
Crafternoon at the Library: ment, but Im not quite sure there is the Pilarczyk for his effort, despite main- He encouraged the builder to contin-
Open Mic. 7 p.m. Byington Los Altos Stamped Leaf Clay Bowls. 1 p.m. absolute ideal place to put a housing taining concerns about its mass. ue developing the look of the plans, in
Tasting Room, 21850 Bear Creek 840 W. Orange Ave., South San
Road, Los Gatos. Reserve a table. For Francisco. Learn simple tricks for development in this city, said They really worked with us and took an attempt to make the proposal more
more information call (408) 354- working with clay. Free. For more Commissioner Richard Sargent, who our suggestions into consideration interesting and unique.
1111. information contact
ssfpladm@plsinfo.org. noted the proposals attempt to meet Do I want a massive apartment com- This is not my Burlingame. This
Protecting Your Home From the regional need for additional hous- plex in my neighborhood? No. But Im might be your Burlingame. But its not
Wilderness. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Kick Off the Holiday Season with ing. starting to see the writing on the
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de Eighth Annual Tree Lighting at my Burlingame. And I wont say I
las Pulgas, Belmont. The Belmont Hillsdale Shopping Center. 5:30 No decision was made at the meet- wall, said neighbor Laura Hesselgren. would be embarrassed to see this built.
Fire Protection District is hosting p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Hillsdale Shopping Commissioner Brenden Kelly too But what a missed opportunity to do
this informational session. For more Center, Nordstrom Court, 60 31st ing, and the project is slated to return
information call 591-8286. Ave., San Mateo. Free. For more before officials in the future for closer complimented the most recent version some really, really good architecture. I
information call (415) 227-9700. examination. The discussion at the of the proposal. worry about us watering down our
Fertility, Pre- and Post-Natal Yoga Holiday Movie Series: How the most recent meeting was the second We have to note some of the great future, he said.
with Your Baby. New Leaf Grinch Stole Christmas. 5:30 p.m. time commissioners vetted the pro- concessions that have been made The project will return before the
Community Market's community to 8:30 p.m. Burlingame Recreation
classroom, 150 San Mateo Road, Half Center, 850 Burlingame Ave., posal. During an initial review, offi- here, he said. Planning Commission again at a yet
Moon Bay. Admission is $5. For more Burlingame. For more information cials took issue with its size and Sarg en t ag reed, b ut s ug g es t ed to be determined date before continu-
information call 726-3110. call 855-7300.
scope, as well as the architectural more work is necessary to further ing on later to the City Council.
Gentle Yoga. 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Poetry Slam on Suicide
150 San Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. Prevention hosted by San Mateo
Taught by local certified instructors.
Cost $7. For more information call
County Supervisor David J.
Canepa. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Philz
Coffee, 2234 Westborough Blvd.,
Westborough Square, South San
CALIFORNIA some have said innovative property
uses such a live-work spaces could be
in order.
pelling, he said, noting the coming
environmental review process will
address many of the expressed con-
Senior Showcase Information Francisco. Free. For more informa- To that end, Commissioner Brenden cerns.
Fair. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 650 Shell Blvd., tion call 363-4247. Poetry Slam on Continued from page 3 Kelly lauded the vision of the project.
Foster City. Free admission. Service Suicide Prevention. Call for details Despite echoing Pfaffs frustrations
or to sign up to participate. I think this is a great opportunity
include senior services, free flu vac-
munity crunched for housing where regarding architecture, Commissioner
cines and blood sugar testing. For for this corner, he said.
more information call 344-5200. Fairy-tale Comedy for Kids. 7 p.m. rents climbed alongside property val- Will Loftis leaned with those who felt
to 9 p.m. 828 Chestnut St., San Commissioner Richard Sargent also
ues. the project may be ultimately be suit-
AARP. 11 a.m. Beresford Recreation Carlos. Performance of The Princess supported the projects intent, while
Who Had No Name. Cost $14 stu- able at the proposed site.
center, 2909 Alameda de las Pulgas,
dents, $19 adults. Free for children
As officials continue to examine lending credence to concerns over
San Mateo. 11 a.m. is social hour and
noon is the business meeting, fol- under 3. For more information con- Burlingames affordability issues fol- whether it was the right idea for the It feels very massive. However, I
lowed by John Siracusa who will tact eve@sancarloschildrensthe- lowing the failed rent control ballot property. think its moving in the right direc-
sing. For more information call (540) ater.com.
measures in last years election, during The arguments about it being the tion and this is the right project for
Wine and Chocolate Pairing. 7:30 which Hatch was repeatedly referred, appropriate place for it are pretty com- this location, he said.
AARP Refresher Course. 12:30 p.m. p.m. Byington Los Altos Tasting
to 4:30 p.m. San Mateo Senior Room, 21850 Bear Creek Road, Los
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, Gatos. $40. For more information A
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We will help you recruit qualified, talented BURLINGAME INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL ROOFING REPLACEMENT
individuals to join your company or organization.
The scope of work for this project includes removal of existing roofing and roof accessories from
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Prospecting is a key element of this position. You will develop new business
and manage the sales cycle from start to finish: All bids shall be on the form provided by the District. Each bid must conform and be responsive
to all pertinent Contract Documents, including, but not limited to, the Instructions to Bidders.
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THEDAILYJOURNAL Wednesday Nov. 15, 2017 27
203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 296 Appliances 303 Electronics 306 Housewares
STATEMENT #275089 STATEMENT #275386 STATEMENT #275588 excellent condition $20.00 (650)596- VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 lon) good cond. $99 (415)990-6134
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business The following person is doing business 0513
as: Denbar Construction, Inc., 20 West- as: L Design Studio, 532 Shorebird Cir- as: LJT Properties, 2930 Flood Avenue., COMPLETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor
brook Ave., DALY CITY, CA 94015. cle #6101, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94065. REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Regis- AIR CONDITIONER 10000 BTU w/re- 304 Furniture Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
Registered Owner: Denbar Construc- Registered Owner: Ladan Keyhan, same tered Owner: Thomas A. DOrsi, same mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG 20-pieces in original box, never used.
tion, Inc., CA. The business is conducted address . The business is conducted by brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- ANTIqUE DINING table for six people $250 per box (3 boxes available).
address. The business is conducted by an Individual. The registrants com- 0898 with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
by a Corporation. The registrants com- (650)342-5630
an Individual. The registrants com- menced to transact business under the
menced to transact business under the menced to transact business under the
FBN on 10/17/2007. FBN on November 1, 2017. AIR CONDITIONER, Portable, 14,000 ANTIqUE MOHAGANY Bookcase. Four CRYSTAL (LEADED glass) lamp $30.
/s/Dennis Turner/
FBN on 10.23.2017. /s/Thomas A. DOrsi/ BTU, Commercial Cool model feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. Can send picture. 650-464-7860
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Ladan Keyhan/ This statement was filed with the Asses- CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces-
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 11/8/2017. (Publish- sories plus remote included. ARMCHAIR GOOD condition $55. 650- FIREPLACE CANDELABRA with 5 bat-
sor-County Clerk on 9/25/2017. (Publish- 20 x 16-5/8 x 33-1/2 $245 OBO. 266-3184. tery-operated candles $30.00, 415-990-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 10/23/2017. (Pub- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/15/17, 11/22/17, 11/29/17, 12/6/17). (650)345-1835 6134
10/25/17, 11/1/17, 11/8/17, 11/15/17). BARzILAY RECORD - fine walnut cre-
11/1/17, 11/8/17, 11/15/17, 11/22/17). denza, 72 x 14.5H. $100. 650-804-
AIR POT keeps 2.5 liters (84 oz) hot or 308 Tools
cold all day $19.95 650-595-3933 3947. Menlo Park.
STATEMENT #275097 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME COLEMAN LXE Roadtrip Grill - BEIGE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition ANTIqUE IRON Hand Drills. 3 available
STATEMENT #275441 The following person is doing business Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 (650) 315-2319 at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
The following person is doing business as: Coastal Venture Group, 544 Walnut
as: Thai Tamarind Restaurant, 1316 El The following person is doing business (650)918-9847
St, Suite 1, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. BRAND NEW Japanese Cotton Futton- AS NEW Slkillsaw 7 1/4", 3/4 HP, with 6'
Camino Real, BELMONT, CA 94002. as: City Cards, 589 Anchor Circle, RED- Registered Owner: Bruce L. Douglas, Twin Size 72x40x5-$75 cord, $19.95, 650-595-3933.
Registered Owners: Rungnapa Skinner WOOD CITY, CA 94065. Registered ELECTRIC STOvE From Sears
same address. The business is conduct- Excellent Condition $225 (650)839-1064.
and Chalaoluk S. Santino, same ad- Owner: OShea Guevara, same address. ed by an Individual. The registrants CORDLESS DRILL 9.6 volt, great condi-
dress. The business is conducted by a Please Call (650)244-9267
The business is conducted by an Individ- commenced to transact business under CARPET RUNNER: 16ft.X26 Wide. Col- tion, weak battery, $10
General Partnership. The registrants ual. The registrants commenced to the FBN on 11/01/2017. GOOD MICROWAvE 1100 watt $40 Da- or: floral design. good condition
commenced to transact business under CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
transact business under the FBN on N/A. /s/Bruce L. Douglas/ ly City (415) 231-4825. $45.00. (650)266-3184 dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
the FBN on NA. /s/OShea Guevara/ This statement was filed with the Asses-
/s/Chalaoluk S. Santino/ This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 11/13/2017. (Pub- GRAIN MILL, Country Living, Like New COAT/HAT STAND, solid wood, for your ROCKWELL ROUTER with 6 blades-
/s/Rungnapa Skinner/ sor-County Clerk on 10/26/2017. (Pub- lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, $30.00 (650)697-6763 mountain cabin/house. $25. (650)520- very good condition $20 (650)992-8321
This statement was filed with the Asses- lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/15/17, 11/22/17, 11/29/17, 12/6/17). 7045
sor-County Clerk on 9/25/2017. (Publish- MFG H20LABS Model 300 exc cond SHOPSMITH MARK V 50th Anniversary
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
11/1/17, 11/8/17, 11/15/17, 11/22/17). counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. COMMODE, GOOD condition. $20 obo. most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
10/25/17, 11/1/17, 11/8/17, 11/15/17). ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR Please call (650)745-6309 (650)504-0585
emerson $25.00 good shape joe 650 COMPUTER SWIvEL CHAIR. Padded SKILL 7313 3/4 HP belt sander, 4 belts,
STATEMENT #275496 573 5269 Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
The following person is doing business COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
STATEMENT #275408 as: La Honda Country Market, 8865 La ROOM HEATER Electric 1320 Watts, Ar- DESK, GD. cond. $99.99 or b.o. vINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa
The following person is doing business 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5.
Honda Rd., LA HONDA, CA 94020. REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 (650)458-3578 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
as: Jzak Associates, 1325 Howard Ave, (650)952-3500
#123, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Regis- Registered Owner: GSA Enterprises, PETITION OF vINTAGE SHOPSMITH and BAND
tered Owner: Jerry Zakatchenko, 129 Inc., CA. The business is conducted by a Poonam Kaushal SEWING MACHINE-ROYAL XL 6000 SAW, good shape. $300/obo. Call
DINETTE TABLE, 3 adjustable leaf.$30.
Bloomfield Rd., Burlingame, CA 94010. Corporation. The registrants com- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. (650) 756-9516.Daly City. (650)342-6993
The business is conducted by an Individ- menced to transact business under the Petitioner: Poonam Kaushal filed a peti- (650)342-8436.
FBN on 10-14-2009. tion with this court for a decree changing DINING TABLE (36"x54") and 4 match-
ual. The registrants commenced to name as follows:
transact business under the FBN on /s/Glen Christensen/ SEWING MACHINE: Older Singer Porta- ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for
This statement was filed with the Asses- Present Name: Poonam Kaushal ble sewing machine. Works great. $250 .(650)-654-1930. X-ACTO DELUXE Complete woodcarv-
10/24/2017. Proposed Name: Poonam Kaushal $40.00 (650)207-4162
/s/Jerry Zakatchenko/ sor-County Clerk on 10/31/2017. (Pub- ing set-new $15 (650)992-8321
Mehta DRESSER 4-DRAWER in Belmont for
This statement was filed with the Asses- lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, SHOWTIME ROTISSERIE used once
sor-County Clerk on 10/24/2017. (Pub- 11/1/17, 11/8/17, 11/15/17, 11/22/17). THE COURT ORDERS that all persons $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave
$75. Good condition; good for children.
Call (650)678-8585
309 Office Equipment
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, interested in this matter shall appear be- message.
10/25/17, 11/1/17, 11/8/17, 11/15/17). fore this court at the hearing indicated LAPTOP CASE or bag. Black. Like new.
DRESSER- ART Deco. 54wide 34 tall Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME below to show cause, if any, why the pe- SINGER SEWING Machine. Good condi- 22deep. $150. (650)888-2662.
STATEMENT #275553 tition for change of name should not be tion. $45 obo. San Mateo. Please call
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME The following person is doing business granted. Any person objecting to the (650)745-6309 after 5:00 pm. 310 Misc. For Sale
STATEMENT #275366 as: Browlissima, 1391 Woodside Road, name changes described above must file DRESSER- vICTORIAN. 35 tall
The following person is doing business REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. Regis- a written objection that includes the rea- UNITAP STANDARD centerset bath- 48wide 22 deep. W/ mirror 34x42 500-600 BIG Band-era 78's--most mint,
as: The Frog Towing, 1887 Woodside tered Owner: Aysen Shiva, 1326 Palos sons for the objection at least two court room chrome faucet, complete, $10, 650- $450. (650)888-2662. no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
Rd. Apt. 214, REDWOOD CITY, CA days before the matter is scheduled to 595-3933
Verdes Dr #5, San Mateo, CA 94403. BESSY SMALL Evening Hand Bag With
94061. Registered Owner: Kenia Cab- The business is conducted by an Individ- be heard and must appear at the hearing DRESSER-ART DECO. Heavy Glass.
rera, same address. The business is vICKS WARM Vaporizer Like New Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
ual. The registrants commenced to to show cause why the petition should $10.00 (650)697-6763 Top 51 tall 36 deep 14 wide $150.
conducted by an Individual. The regis- not be granted. If no written objection is (650)888-2662.
trants commenced to transact business transact business under the FBN on BIFOLD SHUTTERS 2x28x79 $10.00
11/01/2017. timely filed, the court may grant the peti- WHIRLPOOL WASHER DRYER, GE (650)544-5306
under the FBN on 10/19/17. tion without a hearing. A hearing on the Refrigerator all working and in good con- DREXEL HEADBOARD $50. (650)589-
/s/Kenia Cabrera/ /s/Aysen Shiva/ petition shall be held on 12/07/17 at 9 0764
dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. BOBBY HULL Hockey Game Great
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, Cont. ,1960s $50 (415)269-4784
sor-County Clerk on 10/19/2017. (Pub- sor-County Clerk on 11/6/2017. (Publish- Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this ENTERTAINMENT CENTER for $50.
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Order to Show Cause shall be published 297 Bicycles Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. CAPTEL PHONE Message on its
10/25/17, 11/1/17, 11/8/17, 11/15/17). 11/8/17, 11/15/17, 11/22/17, 11/29/17). at least once each week for four succes- (650)726-4102 screen. Like new used twice $25
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- ADULT BIKES 1 regular and 2 with bal- (650)871-8907
ing on the petition in the following news- loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 FULL SIzE Mattress/box spring in plastic
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME paper of general circulation: with IKEA bed frame like new. $50. CASH REGISTER Parts; Much Skin Not
STATEMENT #275158 STATEMENT #275268 San Mateo Daily Journal CHILDS SCHWINN BICYCLE, BLUE in (650)504-7579 Guts $500 (415)269-4784
The following person is doing business Filed: 10/26/2017 good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
The following person is doing business GLIDER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- DOORS FRENCH 2x28x79 w/5 lights
as: Panaskopic Productions, 498 Irving- as: Glass Workx, 160 Balboa Way, SAN /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ NEW 12" girls bike w/ training wheels lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. $12.00 (650)544-5306
ton St., DALY CITY, CA 94014. Regis- BRUNO, CA 94066. Registered Owners: Judge of the Superior Court $75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave
tered Owner: Roy Panaligan, same ad- Vinaal Prakash and Pritika Prakash, Dated: 10/26/2017 mes IKEA DRESSER, black, 3 shelf. 23" x LIONEL CHRISTMAS Holiday expan-
dress. The business is conducted by an same address. The business is conduct- (Published 11/1/17, 11/8/17, 11/15/17, 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
Individual. The registrants commenced 11/22/17)
to transact business under the FBN on
ed by a Married Couple. The registrants 298 Collectibles IKEA TABLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. LIONEL WESTERN Union Pass car and
commenced to transact business under $ 30. (650)598-9804. dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
4/13/16. the FBN on N/A.
/s/Roy Panaligan/ BILLY DEE Williams autographed Star
/s/Pritika Prakash/ Wars action figure: Lando Calrissian, LEATHER SECTIONAL sofa with otto- LUGGAGE, RED, 21" NEW Samsonite
This statement was filed with the Asses- space smuggler. $35 Steve (650)518- Spinner,$50.00. (065)072-9300
sor-County Clerk on 9/29/2017. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses- man. Like brand new! $300.
sor-County Clerk on 10/10/2017. (Pub- PUBLIC AUTO AUCTION 6614 (650) 861-2411.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
10/25/17, 11/1/17, 11/8/17, 11/15/17). lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, The following repossessed vehicles NEGRINI FENCING Epee mask size M
11/8/17, 11/15/17, 11/22/17, 11/29/17). are being sold by 1st United Services FRAMED LEBRON James painting, LIvING ROOM Table, good condition.
25"x21"; $99-will text photo; 650-591- $30. (415)231-4825 & France Lames 5 epee blade $95
Credit Union-2012 Toyota Corolla (415)260-6940
vin#772357, 2015 Ford Transit 9769, San Carlos
STATEMENT #275373 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME vin#197969, 2009 Chevy Colorado 808-631-1365. POWERTEL PHONE for hard of hearing.
The following person is doing business STATEMENT #275528 vin#103688,2016 Chevy Colorado Like new used 1 month. $20. (650)871-
vin#174149,2012 GMC Terrain HUMMELS (2) 1980s $20 ea. Call
as: Gradelare, 2115 Broadway #23, The following person is doing business (650)344-4756. LOvE SEAT, Upholstered pale yellow 8907
REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Regis- as: Kinematic Press, 1185 McKinley St., vin#312876.The following repos- floral $99. (650)574-4021
tered Owner: Graciela Delgado Arellano, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. Regis- sessed vehicles are being sold by LENNOX RED Rose, Unused, hand PREMIUM MOvING blankets good con-
223 Lincold Ave. Apt. 3, Redwood City, tered Owner: Donna Kilian, same ad- Safeamerica Credit Union- 2015 painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, NEW DELUXE Twin Folding Bed, Lin- dition $10.00 each (650 ) 504 -6057
CA 94061. The business is conducted by Dodge Durango vin#809750, 2017 $12.00. (650) 578 9208. ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
dress. The business is conducted by an Honda Civic vin#300865, 2007 Dam- Sell! (650) 875-8159. SAMSONITE 26" tan hard-sided suit
an Individual. The registrants com- Individual. The registrants commenced on Challenger Motorhome case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
menced to transact business under the MILLER LITE Neon sign , work good
to transact business under the FBN on vin#A18535,2015 Honda Accord $59 call (650)218-6528 NEW TWIN Mattress set plus frame $45. (650)328-6709
FBN on 10/20/2017. N/A. vin#022525, 2015 Ford Expediton $30.00 (650) 347-2356
/s/Graciela Delgado Arellano/ /s/Donna M. Kilian/ vin#F42080, 2013 Nissan Altima SUPREMES GREATEST Hits, 2 album SILK SAREE 6 yards new nice color.for
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- vin#504421. The following repos- set, $10; 591-9769 San Carlos (650)591- OFFICE SWIvEL Chair, good condition. $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
sor-County Clerk on 10/20/2017. (Pub- sor-County Clerk on 11/2/2017. (Publish- sessed vehicles are being sold by 9769 $25. (415)231-4825 formation.
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Meriwest Credit Union- 2014 Infiniti
10/25/17, 11/1/17, 11/8/17, 11/15/17). USA MILITARY police helmet, with liner, OFFICE TABLE, 24"x48" HD. folding SINK, 33X22 Top mount with faucet,
11/8/17, 11/15/17, 11/22/17, 11/29/17). Q50 vin#682023.The following repos- legs each end. 500# capacity. Cost $15.00 (650)544-5306
sessed vehicles are being sold by Vietnam era $60 (650)591-9769 San
Carlos. $130. Sell $60, (650)591-4141
San Mateo Credit Union- 2009 Toyota SLR LENS Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Camry vin#866209, 2013 Honda Ac-
STATEMENT #275302 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171
The following person is doing business STATEMENT #275532 cord vin#152115,2012 Dodge Ram 299 Computers OFFICE TYPE 34"X 60" heavy solid
The following person is doing business vin#233402, 2014 Nissan Versa wood with formica wood grain top $25 SLR LENS Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6
as: Mini Market Montufar, 201 S. Dela- vin#866696,2011 Chevy Equinox RECORDABLE CD-R 74, Sealed, Unop- Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
ware St. #A, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. as: Amped Frames, 161 Oakview Drive, (650) 787-9753
vin#458342.The following repos- ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
Registered Owner: Natalia Montufar Tor- SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered sessed vehicle is being sold by Stan- SMALL BLACK Evening Hand Bag Fab-
(650) 578 9208 ORNATE LARGE BOOKCASE: Two
tola, 126 N. Eldorado St., San Mateo, CA Owner: Erin Davis, same address. The ford Federal Credit Union- 2011 Mini ric, Cute $75.00 (650)678-5371
business is conducted by an Individual. Pieces 5Ft across by 7ft tall Paid $2500
94401. The business is conducted by an Cooper Clubman vin#Y37169. Sealed
Individual. The registrants commenced The registrants commenced to transact bids will be taken from 8am to 8pm on
300 Toys asking $500 CALL(650)345-9199. SUITCASE, GREEN, hard-side, 21x15,
good condition, photo available, $15.
to transact business under the FBN on business under the FBN on 10/1/17. 11/202017. Sale held at THE Auto ORNATE MAHOGANY headboard with (650)392-4841
10-13-17. /s/Erin Davis/ DOLL HOUSE w/ furniture $50.00 new
Auction Inc. 214 East Harris Ave, joe 650 573 5269 gold trim $60. (650)589-0764
/s/Natalia Montufar Tortola/ This statement was filed with the Asses- South San Francisco CA 94080. 650- SUITCASES (2), BLUE, hard-side,
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 11/2/2017. (Publish- 737-9010. Auction held indoors- A va- LARGE STUFFED ANIMALS - $3 each PINE DOUBLE/qUEEN head/foot board 24x16 and 26x18. Photo available.
sor-County Clerk on 10/13/2017. (Pub- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, riety of cars, vans, SUV's and charity Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 with metal frame $35/obo. (650)646- $35 for both. (650)392-4841
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 11/8/17, 11/15/17, 11/22/17, 11/29/17). donations also available. Annual 8530
10/25/17, 11/1/17, 11/8/17, 11/15/17). $50.00 bidder fee. For more informa- ROLLERBLADES, GOOD condition. SUITCASES (2), teal, soft-side, 25x17
tion please visit our website at Size 10 $25 OBO. Please call (650)745- PORTABLE MASSAGE Table (Sierra and 29x19. Like new. Photo available.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME www.theautoauction.net. 6309 Comfort). Very good condition. $50. $40 for both. (650)392-4841
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #275483 Bond#10020419 (650)871-1778.
STATEMENT #275443 The following person is doing business STAR WARS one 4 orange card ac- TAYLOR-TOT(1947) MY First Ride $20
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commenced to transact business under 302 Antiques (650)483-1222
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Iran to probe state-built tee approved a resolution Tuesday condemn- military issued its most forceful denial yet
Around the world ing North Korea for diverting its resources that security forces committed atrocities
homes destroyed by deadly quake to pursue nuclear weapons and ballistic mis- during clearance operations in the west
who lived in one of the Mehr buildings. siles instead of helping its people, over of the country, saying an internal investi-
SARPOL-E-ZAHAB, Iran Iranian She sarcastically added: This is kind-
President Hassan Rouhani launched an half of whom need more food and improved gation had absolved them of any wrongdo-
ness as the name suggests very well! medical care. ing in a crisis that has triggered the
investigation Tuesday into why govern- Rescuers used backhoes and other heavy
ment housing built by his hard-line prede- The resolution sponsored by the European largest refugee exodus in Asia in decades.
equipment to dig through toppled buildings
cessor collapsed while others withstood a Union and Japan was adopted without a vote The report contradicts consistent state-
in Sarpol-e-Zahab, home to more than half
powerful earthquake near the border with by the General Assemblys human rights ments from ethnic Rohingya Muslim
of the dead. The apartment complexes sit
Iraq that killed more than 530 people. next to lush pastures in the almost entirely committee. It has 61 co-sponsors two refugees now in Bangladesh some with
Kurdish province of Kermanshah, nestled in more than last year and now goes to the gunshot wounds and severe burns who
In the Kurdish town of Sarpol-e-Zahab,
the Zagros Mountains along the border with 193-member assembly which is certain to have described massacres, rape, looting
which was reconstructed in the decades since
Iraq. adopt it in December. and the burning of hundreds of villages by
the 1980s war with Iraq, the outer walls of
apartment complexes tumbled away in the Both rescuers and residents stood on the Estonias deputy U.N. ambassador Minna- Myanmars army and civilian mobs.
magnitude 7.3 earthquake Sunday night. The remains of homes, looking through the rub- Liina Lind, speaking on behalf of the EU,
The U. N. humanitarian office said
housing was built as a part of the Mehr or ble. Searchers used dogs to comb the debris accused North Korea of committing serious
Tuesday that the number of Rohingya who
kindness project of former President just as they have since Irans 2003 earth- human rights violations in a widespread
have fled Myanmar to Bangladesh since
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. quake in Bam that killed 26,000 people and systematic way, including by its
Aug. 25 has risen to 618,000.
although some clerics insist the animals are inhumane conditions in detention camps,
Some now-homeless survivors simply restricted freedom of movement and limita- In a statement issued late Monday, the
wept outside, while others angrily showed unclean.
tions on the right to information. military said it had interviewed thousands
Associated Press journalists the destruction of people during a monthlong investiga-
Key U.N. committee condemns
done by the quake.
North Korea for not aiding people Myanmar military denies tion into the conduct of troops in western
Other buildings near our apartment are Rakhine state after Rohingya insurgents
not damaged as much because they were UNITED NATIONS A key U.N. commit-
atrocities against Rohingya Muslims launched a series of deadly attacks there on
built privately, said Ferdows Shahbazi, 42, NAYPYITAW, Myanmar Myanmars Aug. 25.

Those interested in buying off-the-boat For a lot of boats since salmon has been While the crabs are clear for catching, the

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crab can find real-time information about
whos selling what on the free FishLine app
available for iPhone and Android devices, as
poor the last few years, a big portion of
their yearly income has been crab,
Anderson explained.
push is on for local fishermen to haul them
to shore and offer them up to holiday revel-
well as online. After negotiating with other ports to Its hectic every year, but it seems to get
Off-the-boat sales is such a good way for establish a base wholesale price, the threat more hectic, Anderson said. Everybodys
Were all pumped up, said Porter McHenry, people to come and get fresh product, you of a strike was off and Anderson said they trying to make money.
captain of the Merva W and president of the cant get it any fresher, said McHenry. Its agreed to kick off the season as soon as the McHenry, who set off Tuesday with nearly
Half Moon Bay Seafood Marketing probably one of the best things you can eat. state would allow midnight Wednesday. 450 crab pots and an eager crew, agreed
Association. Its not farmed, its wild, this is the best. While facing a setback with his gear, theres a frenzy. After a nearly eight-hour
Hungry holiday crab lovers can rest Its great that we opened on time, no delays Anderson said he hopes to get in the water voyage to lay out the pots, McHenry ven-
assured the scrumptious crustaceans will be and weve got Thanksgiving coming. by Friday and noted the price for off-the- tured back to Pillar Point to load up on more
available for their feasts this year. Locally, Local fishermen are as dependent as ever boat sales will vary and depend on how gear. For McHenry, midnight Wednesday
commercial fishermen often sell crab direct- on a successful crabbing season as the last- much of a harvest theyre reeling in. marks both the start of commercial crab sea-
ly off the boat at Pillar Point Harbor where ing effects of the drought wreaked havoc on Sport season started two weeks earlier and son and his 35th birthday. Like many other
scores of customers line the docks eager to the salmon fishery and crab tainted with initial reports have been spotty with some fishermen hopeful for a bountiful catch,
take home the freshest catch around. domoic acid shuttered the 2015 season. seeing decent crabs and others not as lucky, McHenry said his crew would spend the next
Its great to be able to do it again; its While it varies based on the structure of according to Anderson and McHenry. few days at sea.
great well be able to go back to work and their business, many commercial fishermen The season is primarily open throughout Its a rush, everybody wants to get their
have some crab to sell, said Jim Anderson, earn a large majority of their annual income California after reports from the state pots in the water; this is the day. Its a zoo,
captain of the Allaine and a member of the during crab season. Anderson noted his take showed crabs were not testing positive for but its normal, McHenry said. When asked
Californias Dungeness Crab Task Force. used to be about 70 percent salmon, but unsafe levels of domoic acid a neurotox- if hed be having crab for his birthday, he
We have high hopes for commercial season now, about 80 percent of his business is in bolstered by algae blooms that can be responded simply whatever we eat, were
this year. Dungeness crab. dangerous for humans in high quantities. going fishing.
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