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LOUIS C.K.

SAYS HE
MISUSED POWER
DENOUNCING CHINA
TRUMP PUSHES AMERICA FIRST DURING TOUGH TRADE TALK
IN ASIA
SERRA: WCAL
CHAMPIONS
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DNA links convict to cold case


Sexual predator suspected of gruesome 1976 murder of Peninsula woman Denise Lampe
By Anna Schuessler prosecutors have been death was once thought to be part of the Seymour is a known sexual predator with
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF investigating Leon Gypsy Hill murders, a string of killings a lengthy history, according to prosecutors.
Melvin Seymour and his on the Peninsula over a five-month period. He was civilly committed to Coalinga State
More than 41 years after a 19-year-old connection to the murder The cases sat unsolved for years until DNA Hospital after serving a 33-year prison sen-
of Peninsula woman connected another man, Rodney Halbower, tence following 10 convictions for sexual-
woman was found stabbed to death in Daly
Denise Lampe who was to two of the murders in 2014. ly assaulting six different female victims.
City, investigators believe DNA evidence His charges included rape and attempted
linking a 71-year-old convict and known found dead in her car at This week, prosecutors announced a mur-
the Serramonte sodomy in San Mateo County and other
sexual predator to the case is taking them der charge against Seymour after tying him counties, according to prosecutors.
one step closer to justice. Shopping Center. to Lampes case based on DNA found from a
District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said Denise Lampe The 19-year-olds bloodstain on her jacket, Wagstaffe said. See COLD CASE, Page 23

Dueling
tax bills
Tax split between House and
Senate poses a big challenge
By Andrew Taylor and Marcy Gordon
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON The House and Senate tax overhaul


plans are broadly similar, but crucial differences are creat-
ing headaches for Republican leaders determined to keep
myriad interest groups and factions of the GOP satisfied.
And then theres the ambitious timetable theyve set of fin-
ishing in time to get legislation to President Donald Trump
by Christmas.
The most politically challenging decisions involve deal-
ing with popular and widely used tax deductions, structuring
tax cuts for business and balancing personal income tax
rates between middle-class families and the rich.
ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL
All of these decisions come against a generous but firm
Belmont Councilman Eric Reed and retired U.S. Navy Capt. Randall Ramian sit on one side of a bench in Twin Pines Parks 10-year, $1.5 trillion cap on the measures cost to the
aimed at honoring veterans and their families for their service to the country. Below: Bagpiper Lynne Miller, members of Boy federal deficit. Both House and Senate have adopted
Scout Troop No. 321 and members of the Belmont Police Departments color guard walk through the park to begin the accounting gimmicks to squeeze tax cuts that appear larger
memorials unveiling Friday.
See TAX, Page 24
Belmont honors veterans with memorial More office space proposed at
Community gathers to recognize military members and families
By Anna Schuessler Bay Meadows developments
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Developer seeks to modify plans, expand buildings
A two-year process to find a mean- By Samantha Weigel
ingful way to honor veterans in DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Belmont reached a pinnacle Friday as
local officials and residents gathered As the massive mixed-use transit-oriented Bay Meadows
to see the unveiling of the citys continues to welcome new residents and workers, the devel-
newest memorial dedicated to those oper is hoping to nearly double the square footage of two
who have served in the military. previously-approved office buildings.
Belmont councilmembers and sup- Master developer Wilson Meany will host a neighbor-
porters gathered beneath the trees lin- hood forum Monday evening to discuss its preliminary pro-
ing a path at Twin Pines Park as posal to increase the size of Station 1 and Station 5 two
Veterans Day approached. They of five office buildings lining the Caltrain tracks in San
endured rainy conditions as officials Mateo.
See MEMORIAL, Page 24 See BUILDINGS, Page 6
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Thought for the Day


Life happens too fast for you ever to think
about it. If you could just persuade people of
this, but they insist on amassing information.
Kurt Vonnegut, American author

This Day in History


Fighting in World War I ended as the

1918 Allies and Germany signed an


armistice in the Forest of Compiegne.

In 1 6 2 0 , 41 Pilgrims aboard the Mayflower, anchored off


Massachusetts, signed a compact calling for a body poli-
tick.
In 1 7 7 8 , British redcoats, Tory rangers and Seneca Indians
in central New York killed more than 40 people in the
Cherry Valley Massacre.
In 1 8 3 1 , former slave Nat Turner, whod led a violent
insurrection, was executed in Jerusalem, Virginia.
In 1 8 8 9 , Washington became the 42nd state.
In 1 9 1 7 , Liliuokalani, Hawaiis first and only queen and its
last monarch, died in Honolulu at age 79.
In 1 9 2 1 , the remains of an unidentified American service
member were interred in a Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at
Arlington National Cemetery in a ceremony presided over
by President Warren G. Harding.
In 1 9 3 8 , Irish-born cook Mary Mallon, whod gained
notoriety as the disease-carrying Typhoid Mary blamed REUTERS
for the deaths of three people, died on North Brother Island Bolivias President Evo Morales in front of a replica of a dinosaur in Toro Toro, a palentological region in Potosi Department.
in New Yorks East River at age 69 after 23 years of manda-
tory quarantine. *** them for many years.
In 1 9 4 2 , during World War II, Germany completed its occu- The television series Diagnosis
Murder (1993-2001) starred Dick Van ***
pation of France.
In 1 9 6 6 , Gemini 12 blasted off on a four-day mission with Dyke (born 1925) as Dr. Mark Sloan. The Great Seal of the United States,
astronauts James A. Lovell and Edwin Buzz Aldrin Jr. His real life son Barry Van Dyke (born designed in 1782, pictures an eagle
aboard; it was the tenth and final flight of NASAs Gemini 1951) played Detective Steve Sloan on wearing a shield with 13 red and white
program. the show. stripes and a blue field with 13 stars.
In 1 9 7 2 , the U.S. Army turned over its base at Long Binh *** The eagle holds an olive branch and a
to the South Vietnamese, symbolizing the end of direct U.S. Dick Van Dyke hosted CBS Cartoon bundle of 13 arrows in his talons.
military involvement in the Vietnam War. Theatre in 1956. Van Dyke introduced There is a scroll held in the eagles
the Heckle and Jeckle cartoon seg- beak that reads E Pluribus Unum.
Birthdays ments. He conversed with the mischie-
he term soap opera was created vous black magpies through anima-
***
in the 1930s, in reference to the
radio dramas that were becoming
tion.
T***
very popular. Most of the shows were Black-billed magpies take up to 40
E Pluribus Unum is a Latin phrase
meaning Out of Many, One.
sponsored by manufacturers of house- days to construct their large nests. The ***
hold cleaning products. western horned owl and the long-eared
*** owl make homes of abandoned magpie The reverse side of the Great Seal pic-
tures a pyramid with an eye over it .
The Guiding Light (1952-2009) nests. The Latin phrase above the pyramid,
soap opera began as a radio drama in ***
There are two species of magpies Annuit Coeptis, means Providence
1937.
Sen. Barbara Boxer Actor Stanley Tucci Actress Demi *** native to Australia: the western mag- has Favored Our Undertakings. The
Latin phrase below thepyramid, Novus
is 77. is 57. Moore is 55. Soap operas that have been on televi- pie and the black-backed magpie. Ordo Seclorum, means A New Order of
sion for more than 30 years include Magpies are protected under Australias the Ages.
Actress June Whitfield (TV and film: Absolutely All My Children (debuted 1970), Wildlife Conservation Act.
Fabulous) is 92. Actress Bibi Andersson is 82. Country Days of Our Lives (1965), The *** ***
singer Narvel Felts is 79. Americana roots singer/songwriter Young and the Restless (1973) and The American bald eagle is protected
Chris Smither is 73. Rock singer-musician Vince Martell One Life to Live (1968). by the Bald Eagle Protection Act of A n s w e r: Thirty million people
(Vanilla Fudge) is 72. The president of Nicaragua, Daniel *** 1940 and the Endangered Species Act watched the wedding of Luk e and Laura
Ortega, is 72. Rock singer Jim Peterik (Ides of March, The most watched event on daytime of 1973. on General Hospital in Nov ember
Survivor) is 67. Golfer Fuzzy Zoeller is 66. Pop singer-musi- television ever was a wedding on a *** 1981. It was the highest rated episode
soap opera. Do you know who the cou- The eagle became the national emblem of any day time soap opera.
cian Paul Cowsill (The Cowsills) is 66. Rock singer-musician
Andy Partridge (XTC) is 64. Singer Marshall Crenshaw is 64. ple was and the soap opera they were of the United States in 1782.
Rock singer Dave Alvin is 62. Rock musician Ian Craig Marsh on? The year? See answer at end. ***
(Human League; Heaven 17) is 61. Actress Calista Flockhart is *** Bald Eagles build the largest nest of
Know It All is by Kerry McArdle. It runs in
53. Actor Philip McKeon is 53. Rock musician Scott Mercado The soap operas General Hospital, any North American bird. A nest was the weekend edition of the Daily Journal.
is 53. Actor Frank John Hughes is 50. TV personality Carson on ABC, and The Doctors, on NBC, found in Florida that measured 9 feet Questions? Comments? Email
both debuted April 1, 1963. The across and weighed 2 tons. Eagles knowitall(at)smdailyjournal.com or call 344-
Kressley is 48. Actor Adam Beach is 45. Actor Tyler
Doctors ended in 1982. reuse nests and continue to build on to 5200 ext. 128.
Christopher is 45. Actor Leonardo DiCaprio is 43.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these four Jumbles,
Nov. 8 Powerball Fantasy Five Fri day : Mostly cloudy. A chance of show-
one letter to each square,
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to form four ordinary words.
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PG&E: Someone elses wires
may have started deadly blaze
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PG&E attorneys wrote in the filing with the
Judicial Council of California, the policy-
SAN FRANCISCO The deadliest of last making body of California courts.
months wildfires in Californias wine coun- PG&E did not name the third party but ref-
try may have been started by electrical equip- erenced a location in neighboring Napa
ment not owned or installed by Pacific Gas County where CalFire investigators have
and Electric Co., the utility said in a court fil- zeroed in as they try to determine the cause of
ing. the blaze.
PG&E said in a legal filing Thursday that a Lynn Tolmachoff, a spokeswoman for the
preliminary investigation suggests that a California Department of Forestry and Fire
private power line may have started the blaze Protection, said she couldnt comment on the
that killed 21 people and destroyed more than filing due to the ongoing investigation, but
4,400 homes in Sonoma County. Another 22 well take anything that PG&E submits to us
people were killed and at least 4,500 more as part of that investigation.
structures were destroyed in Northern The filing comes in response to 15 wild-
California wildfires that began Oct. 8. fire-related lawsuits against PG&E. It gives
Although the cause of the fire that decimat- no supporting evidence other than referring
ed a Santa Rosa neighborhood has not been to an electric incident report that the utility
determined, preliminary investigations submitted to state regulators on Nov. 2 where
suggest that this fire might have been caused it documented 10 cases in Sonoma and Napa
by electrical equipment that was owned, counties of toppled trees, downed lines and
installed and maintained by a third party, other damaged equipment.

Police reports for petty theft on Fashion Island Boulevard,


it was reported at 8:04 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 5.
Arres t. A Foster City resident was arrested
and booked into county jail for a misde-
Random car tunes meanor warrant on Teal Street, it was report-
A vehicle was found parked in the mid- ed at 10:34 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 5.
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Sunday, Nov. 5.
FOSTER CITY Reckl es s dri v er. A vehicle was seen tail-
gating and driving aggressively on East
Arres t. A San Mateo woman was cited and Hillsdale and Edgewater boulevards, it was
released for a $2,500 misdemeanor warrant reported at 5:56 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4.
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Mountain lion in San Francisco
Dems see momentum neighborhood is tranquilized
SAN FRANCISCO A mountain lion cor-
nered by a game warden near a San Francisco
Around the Bay
tially thought that the puma was a female,
but Chris Wilmers, a wildlife ecologist at
the university and the head of the Puma

for 2018 state elections


By David A. Lieb
playground and shot with a tranquilizer gun
on Friday has been fitted with a GPS collar
and is ready to go back into the wild.
The animal was spotted earlier in the day
amid trees, brush and ivy behind a housing
Project, said it is a typical young dispersal
age male who takes a wrong turn.

Charge dropped against former


and Christina A. Cassidy In general, this is complex in the citys Diamond Heights
Oakland officer in sex scandal
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a rebuke of Republican neighborhood. Authorities decided to tran- OAKLAND The last charge against a
quilize the cat and relocate it because it was former Oakland police officer accused in a
Sweeping Democratic victories in governance of states. ... The near a playground and in a heavily populat- wide-ranging police sex scandal involving
Virginia and key gains in other 2017 state other thing it said is we can ed area. a teenager has been dropped.
legislative races have lifted Democratic The attorney for Ryan Walterhouse tells
hopes of even bigger wins in next years win all across the country. When I arrived the mountain lion was
the East Bay Times a misdemeanor count of
hunkered down, Lt. James Ober, a Fish and
midterm elections, as they seek a greater Jessica Post, executive director of the engaging in an act of prostitution was dis-
Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee Wildlife game warden, told the San
voice in how political districts will be missed after the district attorneys office
Francisco Chronicle . It appeared to be
redrawn for the decade to come. couldnt find the prostitute involved.
redistricting will take place after the 2020 under a lot of stress.
Democrats won the governors offices in Walterhouse had also been charged with
Virginia and New Jersey on Tuesday, erased a Census, and both parties are focused on con- Ober shot the 82-pound male a second
time, after he saw the animal still moving two felony counts of conspiracy to obstruct
previously dominant Republican majority trolling as many states as possible by then. justice after he was accused of tipping off a
in the Virginia House of Delegates and won Republicans swept to power in many after 10 minutes. By 2 p.m., the mountain
lion had been loaded onto a truck, its paws prostitute to an undercover FBI sting opera-
a special election that gave them control of states in the 2010 elections, just in time to tion. A judge dropped that charges last
the Washington state Senate. use their new authority during the last round secured with straps and a black mask over
its eyes. month, saying it did not amount to conspir-
All told, Democrats flipped about two of redistricting. Since then, Republicans acy.
dozen state legislative seats around the have gained more than 900 state legislative The animal was turned over to the Santa Last year, the teen said she had sex with
country Tuesday and have now gained at seats nationwide. Cruz Puma Project out of the University of about 30 law enforcement officials, includ-
least 30 seats previously held by This years Democratic victories are a California at Santa Cruz. ing some when she was underage.
Republicans since President Donald Trump very small step forward by comparison and California Fish and Wildlife officials ini-
won election last year, reversing several have largely come in seats, that by all
years of Republican momentum. rights, they probably should have had Obituary
In general, this is a rebuke of Republican already, said Matt Walter, president of the
governance of states, said Jessica Post,
executive director of the Democratic
Republican State Leadership Committee.
Heading into Tuesdays elections, Daniel Francis Turner
Legislative Campaign Committee. She Republicans controlled more than two- June 18, 1950 October 31, 2017
added: The other thing it said is we can win thirds of all state legislative chambers, Dan Turner passed away unexpectedly on October 31, 2017,
all across the country. including full control of both chambers and with his wife Debbie by his side. Dan, a San Bruno native, had
The fight for control of legislative cham- the governors office in about two dozen recently moved to Grass Valley, CA with Debbie following his
bers matters not only for policies on health states. By comparison, Democrats had com- recent retirement after a long career in the freight and shipping
care, taxes and education, but also because plete control in only a half-dozen states. industry.
the legislature in most states determines Just five states had legislatures where each Dan attended St. Roberts Grammar School and Serra High
how future congressional and state legisla- party controlled one chamber, and several School (Class of 1968). He then went on to graduate from
tive districts are drawn. The next round of of those involved bipartisan coalitions. Seattle University in 1973, where he was manager of the basketball team and along
the way accumulated a wealth of lifelong friendships. He was passionate about music,
theatre arts, historical and classic literature, photography, golf, and above all, people.
How does one describe a life so well lived and full of love? Dan invested deeply
in the lives of his friends and family. He consistently took the time to listen and
celebrated both the big and small joys of life. Dan was always emotionally engaged
and present, whether in person or calling on the phone to check in, he gave his full
attention and heart. Among many other things, Dan was a great mentor to the younger
generation. He took such incredible interest in the lives of others, and had the gift of
making you feel important. Dan took pleasure in your accomplishments, and his good
nature and encouragement endeared him to everyone he knew.
To know Dan Turner was to be loved by Dan Turner. Love lives on forever.
Preceded in death by his parents, Ralph and Anne Turner, he leaves to cherish
his memory: his loving wife, Debbie Turner, his sister and best friend, Judie Turner
Harris, his brother-in-law, Stuart Harris, as well as scores of friends and extended
family members all who deeply mourn his passing.
There will be a mass to celebrate Dans life on Friday, November 17th, at 10:30
AM at St. Roberts Church, 1380 Crystal Springs Rd., San Bruno.
The family is asking that in lieu of owers, donations be made to the Cystic Fibrosis
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The proposal includes removing a previ- southern end of Bay Meadows, Murphy said Coffee and Tin Pot Creamery serving cus-
BUILDINGS
Continued from page 1
ously-approved six-level free-standing
parking garage at Station 1, and instead put-
ting required spaces underground or incorpo-
Glendale Village residents already have a
hard time exiting their neighborhood as
congestions backs up Hillsdale Boulevard
tomers.
Wilson Meany representatives were not
available for comment on the proposed
rated into the office buildings, according to near Highway 101. expansion of the office space.
the notice. Our concern is the same concern as Wilson Meany Partner Janice Thacher
Wilson Meany is hoping to modify the Following Mondays informal communi- everyone in San Mateo its just the traf- previously noted the desirability of the
plan approved in 2008 to increase Station 1 ty meeting, Wilson Meany can submit a for- fic, Murphy said. transit-oriented community designed to
from 95,000 square feet to about 185,000 mal application to the city. The Planning He noted the Franklin Templeton head- encourage residents and workers to utilize
square feet, and expand Station 5 from Commission is expected to review the pro- quarters expansion is slated to bring anoth- alternate modes of transportation.
95,000 square feet to 184,000 square feet, posal at a public hearing next year, accord- er 240,000 square feet of office space and
according to a public notice. The five office With top companies and coveted retail-
ing to the city. cited the effects such increases could have ers locating here and Bay Meadows for-sale
buildings are already slated to total 780,000 But the potential for another 179,000 on exacerbating the housing crisis. Murphy
square feet of office space with stations 1 homes and luxury rentals filling up, its
square feet of space and the influx of addi- noted some have suggested senior housing clear our urban village is satisfying a great
and 5 the smallest of the bunch along South tional jobs it could accommodate, has some as a critical need and preferable use. While
Delaware Street. need in the region: a vibrant place to live,
residents of surrounding neighborhoods not completely opposed to development, work and enjoy life, Thacher said in a press
SurveyMonkey was the first tenant to hop concerned. its hard to accept the corresponding cars
aboard Bay Meadows office offerings by release earlier this year.
While the entire 162-acre transit-oriented that come with new office space, he said.
moving its corporate headquarters to I dont think were against progress, we Once complete, the entire 160-acre site
development has been in the works for will host more than 1,100 housing units,
Station 4 from Palo Alto. That 210,000- decades, regional traffic congestion and the just want it to be smart progress with a plan
square-foot office building wrapped in and San Mateo doesnt have a plan right 18 acres of parks, the private Nueva High
job-to-housing imbalance is causing some School, 93,00 square feet of retail space,
glass, is the largest and was completed first. to question whether San Mateo can accom- now in regards to infrastructure to support
Station 3 offers 174,000 square feet and is these additional projects, Murphy said. the citys police station, Franklin
modate additional growth. Templetons headquarters and the Kaiser
now leasing after recently wrapping up con- Dennis Murphy, president of the San Phase II of the transformation of the for-
struction. Ground was broken earlier this mer horse race track is nearly 65 percent Permanente Medical Offices.
Mateo Glendale Village Neighborhood
year on Station 2, which will offer 189,000 Association, said the city should imple- complete with 18 acres of parks and open
square feet of Class A office space, accord- ment traffic calming measures before con- space, nearly 1,600 residents moved in to The community forum hosted by Wilson
ing to the Bay Meadows website. sidering new developments. Abutting the townhomes and apartments, and retail ten- Meany to discuss its proposed office build-
ants like ing ex pansion is 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday,
Blue Bottle Nov. 13, at the Bay Meadows commercial
mark eting trailer, 2600 S. Delaware St.
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Around the nation
Moore denies sexual
misconduct, but GOP fears election risk
MONTGOMERY, Ala. His party suddenly and bitingly
divided, Alabama Republican Roy Moore emphatically reject-
ed increasing pressure to abandon his
Senate bid on Friday as fears grew among
GOP leaders that a once-safe Senate seat
was in jeopardy just a month before a spe-
cial election.
Moore, an outspoken Christian conser-
vative and former state Supreme Court
judge, attacked a Washington Post report
that he had sexual contact with a 14-year-
old girl and pursued three other teenagers
Roy Moore decades earlier as completely false and
misleading.
In an interview with conservative radio host Sean Hannity,
he did not wholly rule out dating teenage girls when he was in
his early 30s.
Asked if that would have been usual for him, Moore said,
Not generally, no. He added: I dont remember ever dating
any girl without the permission of her mother. As for the
encounter with 14-year-old Leigh Corfman, as described by
Corfman in Thursdays Post article, he said, It never hap-
pened.
REUTERS The story has produced a wave of concern among anxious
Donald Trump speaks on the final day of the APEC CEO Summit. GOP officials in Washington but little more than a collective
shrug from many Republicans in Alabama, which holds a spe-
cial election on Dec. 12 to fill the seat previously held by

Trump pushes America first Attorney General Jeff Sessions.


Humphrey Bogart started dating Lauren Bacall when she
was a teenager, said state Auditor Jim Ziegler, referring to the

during tough trade talk in Asia then-19-year-old actress.

Parishioners: Gunman
acted oddly week before church attack
By Jill Colvin and Jonathan Lemire Beijing. There, Trump opted for flat- focused on trying to strike an agree-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tering Xi and blaming past U.S. presi- ment about a path to resolve Syrias SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas Less than a week before
dents for the trade deficit. civil war once the Islamic State group the Texas church massacre, the gunman who slaughtered more
DANANG, Vietnam President Trump said Chinas trade surplus, is defeated, according to officials. But than two dozen people showed up at a fes-
Donald Trump stood before a summit which stood at $223 billion for the the talks stalled and, just minutes tival dressed in black and acted so strange-
of Asian leaders keen on regional trade first 10 months of the year, was unac- before Air Force One touched down in ly that people kept a close eye on him, two
pacts and delivered a roaring America ceptable. He repeated his language Vietnam, White House Press Secretary longtime parishioners said Friday.
first message Friday, denouncing from Thursday, when he said he did Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters Devin Patrick Kelley was completely
China for unfair trade practices just a not blame China or any other coun- that the meeting was off. distant and way out in thought, recalled
day after he had heaped praise on try for taking advantage of the When asked about the outcome, Judy Green. She and her husband said
President Xi Jinping in Beijing. United States on trade. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Kelley often exhibited troubling behavior.
We are not going to let the United But Trump added forceful com- Lavrov later snapped at reporters: At the fall festival held on Halloween
States be taken advantage of any- plaints about the audacious theft of Why are you asking me? Ask the night at the First Baptist Church, Kelley
more, Trump told CEOs on the side- intellectual property, massive sub- Americans. Devin Kelley didnt even blink he just stared, she
lines of the Asia-Pacific Economic sidizing of industries through colos- Putin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
Cooperation conference. I am always sal state-owned enterprises, and said that even without a formal meet- Rod Green, a former law enforcement officer in Montana,
going to put America first, the same American companies being targeted ing, Both presidents are in town, and said when he saw Kelley arrive in all black, he examined him
way that I expect all of you in this by state-affiliated actors for eco- their paths will cross one way or closely to make sure he was not carrying a gun. The Greens
room to put your countries first. nomic gain. another. both have licenses to carry handguns, and they are friends
The president who pulled the U.S. officials have raised similar That they did Friday night during with Kelleys in-laws.
United States out of the Pacific Rim concerns in the past about China, the summits welcome gala: The two If Kelley had been carrying a weapon, Green said, he would
trade pact known as the Trans-Pacific especially with regard to intellectual men, each wearing traditional have escorted him away because of all the children there. Judy
Partnership said the U.S. would no property. Vietnamese shifts, shook hands and Green said she positioned herself to keep an eye on Kelley at
longer join large agreements that tie Behind the scenes, White House greeted one another as they stood all times.
our hands, surrender our sovereignty officials quietly negotiated with the side-by-side for the group photo of There was something wrong with the picture, she said. I
and make meaningful enforcement Kremlin over whether Trump and world leaders. was thinking forward, and that was what was scaring me.
practically impossible. Russian President Vladimir Putin In a major breakthrough, trade min-
Instead, he said, the U.S. will pursue would hold a formal meeting on the isters from 11 nations remaining in Trump voter fraud
one-on-one trade deals with other sidelines in Danang, with the the Trans-Pacific Partnership rep- commission faces lawsuit from member
nations that pledge fair and reciprocal Russians raising expectations for resenting roughly 13.5 percent of the
trade. such a session. global economy said Saturday they A member of President Donald Trumps commission on
As for China, Trump said hed spo- As speculation built, the two sides had reached a deal to proceed with the voter fraud is suing the commission, claiming it is violating
ken openly and directly with Xi tried to craft the framework of a deal free-trade pact after it was thrown into federal law by excluding him and others from participating in
about the nations abusive trade prac- that Trump and Putin could announce doubt when Trump abandoned it. the work of the commission and refusing to provide docu-
tices and the enormous trade deficits in a formal bilateral meeting, accord- Separately, a 16-member region- ments available to other members.
they have produces with the United ing to two administration officials wide pact called the Regional Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap, one of four
States. not authorized to speak publicly Comprehensive Economic Democrats appointed to the 11-member commission, says he
It was a stark change in tone from about private discussions. Partnership was also under negotia- filed the lawsuit Thursday. It claims violations of the Federal
Though North Korea and the Ukraine tion. It encompasses China and India Advisory Committee Act, which requires commissioners to be
the day before, when Trump was Xis
had been discussed, the two sides but also does not include the U.S. given all materials prepared for or by the commission.
guest of honor during a state visit in
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Gaping U.S. trade gap: A sign


of weakness? Not necessarily
By Paul Wiseman weakness is fundamentally flawed, says
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bryan Riley, a trade analyst at the conser-
vative Heritage Foundation. If you look
WASHINGTON President Donald over history, there is no correlation
Trump ripped into one of his favorite tar- between trade deficits and weak economy.
gets Thursday in Beijing: The United In fact, a swollen trade gap which
States shockingly large trade deficit with shows how much the value of imports
China. exceeds the value of exports can reflect
I blame past administrations, Trump economic might: When times are good,
declared, for allowing this out-of-control after all, consumers feel more prosperous
deficit to take place and grow. and confident enough to spend freely on
Americas lopsided trade relationship imported goods as well as on home-grown
with China and with the rest of the world is goods.
a familiar theme for Trump and his econom- Consider what happened in 2006, the
ic team. Theyve branded trade deficits a year before the Great Recession began. The
mark of economic weakness even shame economy grew at a solid 2.7 percent. Yet
that depress growth and kill jobs. that same year, the United States posted a
Yet most economists say their ire is mis- record-high trade deficit: $762 billion.
placed. They reject the notion that trade is a By 2009, in the depths of the recession, REUTERS
zero-sum game in which victory goes to the the trade deficit had actually shrunk to $384 Trade ministers and delegates from the remaining members of the Trans Pacific Partnership
countries that run a trade surplus by export- billion. The main reason: Fearful American attend the TPP Ministerial Meeting during the APEC 2017 in Da Nang, Vietnam.
ing more than they import. consumers had reduced their spending on
Focusing on the trade deficit as a sign of imports and everything else.
Eleven trade ministers reach deal
on Pacific Rim trade without U.S.
By Tran Van Minh and preserving our inherent right to regu-
late, including the flexibility of the parties
HA IRDRE S S E RS and Elaine Kurtenbach
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to set legislative and regulatory priorities.
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After Islamic State collapse, Syria Around the world
Saudi arrest of Binladin
family scion shatters royal entente
government faces U.S.-backed Kurds
By Sarah El Deeb
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates Among those caught in
the unprecedented arrests this week of top princes, wealthy
businessmen and senior officials was the scion of one of
Saudi Arabias most recognizable families: Bakr Binladin,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
the chairman of the kingdoms pre-eminent contractor
and Osama bin Ladens half-brother.
BEIRUT With the fall of the It was a stunning end to a decades-old alliance between the
Islamic State groups last significant ruling Al Saud and Binladin families that saw the Saudi
stronghold in Syria, Iranian and Binladin Group secure a near-monopoly on mega-expan-
Russian-backed Syrian troops now sion projects in Islams two holiest sites, Mecca and
turn to face off with their main rival, Medina, throughout the reigns of successive Saudi mon-
the U.S.-backed forces holding large archs.
oil fields and strategic territory in the The government says 201 people have been taken into
countrys north and east. custody in the purge, which comes amid an anti-corruption
The complicated map puts U.S. and probe it says uncovered at least $100 billion in graft and
Iranian forces at close proximity, just embezzlement.
across the Euphrates River from each Saudi critics and experts have called the arrests a bold and
other, amid multiple hotspots that risky move by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman aimed
could turn violent, particularly in the at consolidating power as he sidelines potential rivals,
absence of a clear American policy. silences critics and dismantles alliances built with other
There are already signs. branches of the royal family.
Iran threatened last week that Syrian The 32-year-old crown prince, who is the son of King
troops will advance toward Raqqa, the Salman and is popularly known by his initials MBS, is
former IS capital, which fell to the REUTERS FILE PHOTO leading the anti-corruption investigation. Hes also the
U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces Kurdish fighters from the Peoples Protection Units run across a street in Raqqa, Syria. force behind the so-called Vision 2030 plan, a blueprint for
in October, raising the potential for a how to restructure the country and wean it from its depend-
clash there. The Kurdish-led SDF also protect the Kurds ambitions for auton- rorism and the countries sponsoring ence on oil revenue.
controls some of Syrias largest oil omy while limiting Irans ambitions it, Assad said during a meeting this The arrests of Binladin and the others not only signal the
fields, in the oil-rich eastern Deir el- for a presence in Syria. Four U.S. offi- week with Ali Akbar Velayati, the end of old alliances, but also speak to the larger demands
Zour province, an essential resource cials said Presidents Donald Trump and adviser of Irans supreme leader. being made on the business community to pay into the
that the Syrian government also says Vladimir Putin could announce a With its collapse in Boukamal on crown princes economic vision in an era of lower oil
it will take back. Russian-U.S. deal on how they hope to Thursday, the Islamic State group has prices.
The question now is whether the Syrias war after ISs defeat if they meet no major territory left in Syria or Iraq.
United States is willing to confront Friday at a conference in Vietnam. Its militants are believed to have pulled Sri Lanka govt faces pressure
the troops of Syrian President Bashar However, prospect of such a meeting back into the desert, east and west of
Assad and Iranian-backed militiamen. uncertain, it was not clear if such a deal the Euphrates River. The group has a over torture, rape allegations
The Kurds are seeking a clear American had been reached. small presence near the capital, GENEVA Sri Lankas government faced increasing
commitment to help them defend their But Assad underlined that his gov- Damascus. Late Thursday, the extremist pressure Friday to answer for alleged human rights viola-
gains. American officials have said lit- ernment plans to regain all of Syria group carried out a counteroffensive in tions following a recent war crimes lawsuit and allegations
tle of their plans and objectives in and will now fight against plans to Boukamal, regaining control of more from over 50 men who said they were raped, branded or tor-
Syria beyond general statements about partition Syria, a reference to than 40 percent of the border town. tured as recently as this year.
continuing to deny IS safe havens and Kurdish aspirations for a recognized The Euphrates now stands as the The mens anguished descriptions of their abuses come
continuing to train and equip allies. autonomous zone in the north. dividing line between Syrian govern- nearly a decade after Sri Lankas civil war ended and days
Washington seems to be hoping to Government victories have foiled ment troops and the SDF in much of ahead of a review of the Indian Ocean nation by the U.N.s
negotiate a deal for Syria that would all partition plans and the goals of ter- Deir el-Zour province. top human rights body.
Doctors, psychologists, lawmakers and rights groups
have appealed to the United Nations to investigate new
U.S. Air Force official: Missile targeting Saudis was Iranian allegations published by the Associated Press on
Wednesday.
By Jon Gambrell ahead of the Dubai Air Show. To me, Harrigian declined to offer any The AP reviewed 32 medical and psychological evalua-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that connects the dots to Iran. specifics on what type of missile U.S. tions and interviewed 20 men who said they were accused of
There was no immediate reaction officials believed it was, nor did he trying to revive a rebel group on the losing side of Sri
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates Iran from Tehran. show any images of the debris. He also Lankas 26-year civil war.
manufactured the ballistic missile fired Saudi Arabia says it shot down the didnt explain how Iran evaded the Although combat ended in 2009, they say the torture and
by Yemens Shiite rebels toward the missile Nov. 4 near Riyadhs interna- blockade by the Saudi-led coalition, abuse occurred from early 2016 to as recently as July this
Saudi capital and remnants of it bore tional airport, the deepest yet to reach which intensified after the missile tar- year.
Iranian markings, the top U.S. Air into the kingdom. Saudi Arabias geting Riyadh. Someone has to do something about this, said Dr.
Force official in the Mideast said Foreign Ministry later said investiga- How they got it there is probably Frank Arnold, one of several doctors who wrote to U.N.
Friday, backing the kingdoms earlier tors examining the remains of the rock- something that will continue to be Human Rights chief Zeid Raad al-Hussein and called for an
allegations. et found evidence proving the role of investigated over time, the lieutenant independent investigation into the Sri Lankan torture alle-
The comments by Lt. Gen. Jeffrey L. Iranian regime in manufacturing them. general said. What has been demon- gations.
Harrigian, who oversees the Air Forces It did not elaborate, though it also men- strated and shown based on the findings
Central Command in Qatar, further tioned it found similar evidence after a of that missile is that it had Iranian
internationalizes the yearslong con- July 22 missile launch. French markings on it. That in itself provides
flict in Yemen the Arab worlds poor- President Emmanuel Macron similarly evidence of where it came from.
est country. this week described the missile as The Houthis have described using
Saudi Arabia long has accused Iran of obviously Iranian. Burkan-2 or Volcano Scud variants in
giving weapons to the Shiite rebels Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to their recent attacks, including the one
known as Houthis and their allies, the United Nations, said in a statement Nov. 4. Those missiles are reminiscent
though Tehran has just as long denied Tuesday that the July launch involved of the Qiam, wrote Jeremy Binnie of
supplying them. Riyadh quickly backed an Iranian Qiam-1, a liquid-fueled, Janes Defense Weekly in a February
up Harrigians allegations in a state- short-range Scud missile variant. Iran analysis.
ment to the Associated Press. used a Qiam-1 in combat for the first The Burkan-2 is likely to heighten
There have been Iranian markings time in June when it targeted Islamic suspicions that Iran is helping Yemens
on those missiles, Harrigian told jour- State group militants in Syria over twin rebel forces to develop their ballistic
nalists at a news conference in Dubai militant attacks in Tehran. missile capabilities, Binnie wrote.

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Stocks on two-day losing streak


By Marley Jay fallen as Wall Street wondered
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS what Amazons logistics expertise
High: 23,452.20 and its willingness to slash prices
NEW YORK So thats what a Low: 23,392.96 will do to their businesses.
losing streak feels like. Stocks Close: 23,422.21 Drugstores CVS and Walgreens
fell for the second day in a row Change: -39.73 jumped Friday; investors may be
Friday, which hadnt happened in relieved that Amazon could turn its
a month, as Amazon put a scare OTHER INDEXES focus to industries they are less
into yet another industry: medical S&P 500: 2582.30 -2.32 involved in.
device and health care equipment NYSE Index: 12,322.60 -17.06 Long-suffering department
companies. Nasdaq: 6750.94 +0.89 stores made gains Friday. J. C.
Those companies slumped after NYSE MKT: 2627.55 -4.57 Penney advanced 42 cents, or 15.3
an analyst for Citi Investment Russell 2000: 1475.27 +0.25 percent, to $3.17 after it said a
Research said Amazon might be closely-watched sales measure-
Wilshire 5000: 26,774.36 -6.68
on the verge of shaking up their ment grew for the first time in
industry by speeding up distribu- 10-Yr Bond: 2.40 +0.06 more than a year. The company
tion and cutting prices. Energy Oil (per barrel): 56.90 -0.27 also took a smaller quarterly loss
companies gave up some of their Gold : 1,275.60 -11.90 than analysts had expected.
recent gains while retailers, media Macys built on its 11 percent
companies and household goods said an eventual tax cut for compa- the week down 0.2 percent. The distribution/wholesaling models jump a day ago and added another
companies moved higher. Stocks nies, and for at least some individ- index had gained five percent over like Amazons will come to domi- 48 cents, or 2. 5 percent, to
finished the week with small loss- uals, would give investors a dose its winning streak, the longest in nate the supply chain in coming $19.98. Competitor Kohls rose
es, ending an eight-week winning of confidence that company earn- almost four years. The Russell years, Hazan said. $1.87, or 4.5 percent, to $43.04.
streak. ings will grow a bit faster and the 2000, which is comprised of Baxter International, which All of those companies have seen
One factor in those losses was economy and stock market will smaller companies that might sells intravenous pumps and other their sales and stocks tumble in
uncertainty over the Republican rise for a bit longer. benefit more from a corporate tax hospital equipment, fell $1.35, or large part because of increasing
plan to cut taxes. Stocks dipped The Standard & Poors 500 cut, fell 1.3 percent this week. 2.1 percent, to $64.04. Becton, online competition.
Thursday after Senate Republicans index lost 2.32 points, or 0.1 per- That was its largest loss in three Dickinson dipped $5.25, or 2.3 Walt Disney Co. rose $2.10, or
proposed leaving corporate tax cent, to 2,582.30. The Dow Jones months. percent, to $219. 23. Medical 2 percent, to $104.78 after it said
rates alone in 2018 before cutting industrial average slid 39. 73 Citi Investment Research ana- device maker Medtronic slid it received bigger payments from
them in 2019. That surprised points, or 0. 2 percent, to lyst Amit Hazan wrote Friday that $1.48, or 1.8 percent, to $79.33. cable companies for ESPN and
investors, who pulled stocks 23,422.21. The Nasdaq composite Amazon is making quick progress Competition with Amazon has offered more details about its
down slightly from their recent turned higher and rose 0.89 points in the medical supply field and hurt retailers for years and the planned sports streaming servic-
record highs. to 6,750.94. The Russell 2000 could soon start distributing online giant has also pressured es. The company also announced
We would expect a little bit index of smaller-company stocks goods to hospitals, as some supermarkets and grocery stores plans for a new Star Wars film
more of that as we get more delays inched up 0. 26 points to organizations appear interested in with its purchase of Whole Foods. trilogy. Star Wars: The Force
and uncertainty in the tax plan, 1,475.27. working with the online retail In recent weeks, health care prod- Awakens, released in late 2015,
said Sean Lynch, the co-head of The S&P 500 set an all-time giant. uct companies, medication dis- grossed about $2 billion and
global equity strategy for Wells high on Wednesday, but finished New online tributors and drugstores have all investors have high hopes for
Fargo Investment Institute. Lynch next months The Last Jedi.

U.K. panel rules Uber drivers have rights on wages, time off
By Danica Kirka and paid holidays. Uber said it trips offered to them and that driv- by offering an alternative to tradi- 40,000 drivers use the platform in
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS would appeal. ers make well above the minimum tional taxis through a smartphone the U.K., though the company said
Judge Jennifer Eady rejected wage. Employment lawyers expect app that links people in need of the number had grown since the
LONDON Uber lost the latest Ubers argument that the men were the case to be heard by higher rides with drivers of private cars. submission to 50,000.
round in the battle over its operat- independent contractors, because courts as early as next year. That has drawn protests from taxi Uber cannot go on flouting
ing model Friday, when a British the drivers had no opportunity to Almost all taxi and private hire drivers who say Uber and similar U.K. law with impunity and depriv-
panel ruled that the companys make their own agreements with drivers have been self-employed services are able to undercut them ing people of their minimum wage
drivers are workers, not independ- passengers and the company for decades, long before our app because they dont face the same rights, said James Farrar, who
ent contractors, in a decision with required them to accept 80 percent existed, Tom Elvidge, Ubers act- licensing and regulatory require- with Yaseen Aslam brought the
broad implications for the so- of trip requests when they were on ing general manager for the U.K., ments. case against Uber. We have done
called gig economy. duty. The tribunal, Eady wrote in her said in a statement. The main rea- Though the company argued that everything we can, now it is time
The Employment Appeal decision, found the drivers were son why drivers use Uber is because the case applies to only two driv- for the mayor of London, Transport
Tribunal upheld a lower panels integrated into the Uber business of they value the freedom to choose ers, Uber has tens of thousands of for London and the Transport
decision, agreeing that the two providing transportation services. if, when and where they drive and drivers in the U.K. who could argue Secretary to step up and use their
drivers in this case were workers The ride-hailing service said it so we intend to appeal. they deserve the same status as the leverage to defend worker rights
under British law and therefore has never required drivers in the San Francisco-based Uber has former drivers covered by Fridays rather than turn a blind eye to
should receive the minimum wage U.K. to accept 80 percent of the expanded rapidly around the world decision. The court says some sweatshop conditions.

J.C. Penney reports


Mattel stock up on report rising same-store sales
Business briefs
Uber vows to abide by law in
of Hasbro takeover offer
PLANO, Texas J.C. Penney is report-
ing its first bump in same-store sales in El Salvador after govt warning
more than a year and losses were not as bad SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador Uber
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ly about a deal. Hasbro said it does not com- as expected, sending shares up 8 percent
ment on rumors or speculation. Mattel did vowed Friday to adhere to transportation
before the opening bell. laws in El Salvador after a top official
NEW YORK Shares of Mattel soared in not immediately respond to a request for The Plano, Texas, company had a loss of
after-hours trading Friday after a report that comment. Toy companies, including warned that the ride-hailing service must
$128 million for the third quarter, or 41
rival Hasbro has made a takeover offer for Hasbro and Mattel, have had trouble selling cease operations in the country and drivers
cents per share.
Mattel. Such a deal could bring together their toys to todays kids, many of whom could have their cars seized if they dont
well-known brands like Monopoly, Nerf, Losses, adjusted for one-time gains and
would rather play with a tablet. comply.
Barbie and Hot Wheels. Revenue at El Segundo, California-based costs, came to 33 cents per share, which is
A statement from the companys Central
The Wall Street Journal, citing people Mattel has fallen every year since 2013, a dime better than Wall Street had expected,
America and Caribbean office said Uber
familiar with the matter that it did not iden- and its stock has lost nearly half its value according to a poll by Zacks Investment
Research. believes it necessary to create regulations
tify, said Hasbro approached Mattel recent- since the beginning of the year. that differentiate between traditional serv-
Revenue, at $2.81 billion, also topped
expectations Friday. ices and those offered through technologi-
J.C. Penney Co. expects full-year earn- cal platforms, as has happened in over 77
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Half Moon Bay: A perfect 10


By Nathan Mollat And just to cap off the weird- a perfect 10-0 regular season. They converted a fourth-and-4
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF ness, the Cougars were without As you could tell from our start, from their own 40 to keep the
one of their top offensive threats it was a little weird, said Half drive alive before quarterback Brad
Things were just a little off for as running back Chase Hofmann Moon Bay senior quarterback Yaffe found a wide open Kyle Cody
the Half Moon Bay football team had limited touches because of a Gavin Tomberlin. over the middle that he turned into
as it traveled to Atherton to face broken right hand. Sacred Heart Prep (1-4 PAL Bay, a 38-yard touchdown. A blocked
off against Sacred Heart Prep in the And then there was the fact that 3-7 overall) did everything in its extra point from HMBs Hofmann
regular-season nale. the Gators were playing for a power to keep Half Moon Bay (5- kept the score 6-0.
This was that Week 7 matchup whole lot of pride and it all added 0, 10-0) from attaining that per- Yaffe had a huge game in his
that was postponed because of the up to a rare Half Moon Bay decit, fect regular-season mark. And high-school career nale. The sen-
NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL Northern California wildres. It 6-0, after one quarter. unlike the Cougars, the Gators ior completed 24 of 33 passes for
Half Moon Bays Jonathan Carrillo was also one of those rare after- The Cougars eventually got into were in a rhythm from the opening 316 yards with two touchdowns
holds up 10 fingers one for each noon games on a day there was no its comfort zone, however, and kickoff, which they took 80 yards
regular season win. school. pulled away for a 40-26 win to cap on nine plays for a touchdown. See COUGARS, Page 15

Stanford women
Serra takes title
Padres win first outright league championship since 1969
routed in opener
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

COLUMBUS, Ohio Kelsey Mitchell


and Ohio State opened up their season in
dominant fashion, routing a fellow Top 10
By Terry Bernal team.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Mitchell scored 30 points and Stephanie
Mavunga added 17 points and a career-high
MOUNTAIN VIEWNio Ma wanted to 26 rebounds to help No. 5 Ohio State to an
wait until the Serra Padres landmark win was 85-64 win over 10th-ranked Stanford on
on ice before celebrating. Friday night in the season opener for both
Just before the nal play, with the Padres teams.
on their way to a 31-21 victory over rival Leading 46-40 entering the second half,
St. Francis, the celebration began. Swaying Ohio State dominated the pace of play in the
back and forth with a celebratory dance, third quarter, outscoring the Cardinal 24-14,
Ma pointed to the Serra fans in the visiting despite shooting just 6 of 22 from the field
bleachers at Calcagno Stadium, prompting in the quarter. The Buckeyes made 11-of-13
them to make some noise. free throws in the period.
When the game was over, it was hard to Each player on our team can do some-
contain my emotions, Ma said. It was thing special and I think that showed,
just: Lets go! Mitchell said. And I think we can only get
The time between Serra scoring the go- better from here.
ahead points on a 34-yard eld goal by In the fourth, Mitchell put Ohio State up
Daniel Lewis in the fourth quarter and Mas 21 with a 3-pointer at 8:03 remaining. The
celebration was mere minutes. But the basket moved her into second on the
Padres celebrating an outright West Buckeyes all-time scoring list with 2,583
Catholic Athletic League championship was points.
generations in the making, a feat they Brittany McPhee scored 24 points to lead
achieved Friday night for the rst time since Stanford.
1969. Ohio State controlled the glass for four
Serra head coach Patrick Walsh also exer- quarters, grabbing 64 rebounds compared to
cised patience in celebrating this historic 41 for Stanford. Mavunga bested her previ-
season. When asked during a postgame ous career-high of 17 rebounds with 21 sec-
interview about downplaying the potential onds remaining in the third quarter. She had
accomplishment earlier in the week, he did- 14 of Ohio States 28 offensive rebounds.
nt hesitate to recognize it. Stanford tallied nine offensive rebounds.
It is a great accomplishment, Walsh Returning just two starters from last sea-
said. I just didnt want us to get caught up in son, Stanford struggled to find scoring
ghosts. I wanted to chase the present. against an Ohio State defense that ranked
At the outset of the regular-season nale at 313th in total defense last season. The
St. Francis a game that was rescheduled Cardinal shot 37 percent from the field com-
from earlier in the season due to cancela- pared to Ohio States 35 percent, but turned
tions from poor air quality as a result from the ball over 15 times and had 19 fewer
the North Bay res it didnt seem the shots.
Padres were going to have to wait long to No other players were in double figures for
celebrate. Serra seemed intent on putting the Stanford.
game away early, opening with a torrid pace, The Cardinals 39-year head coach Tara
scoring on each of its rst three posses- VanDerveer is coming off her 12th Final
sions to take a 21-0 lead less than a minute Four appearance with Stanford, however she
into the second quarter. TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
knew the beginning of the season would be
Serra receiver Chris Park turns up field for a 68-yard touchdown in the Padres' 31-21 win a challenge for her team. Alanna Smith,
See SERRA, Page 15 Friday night at St. Francis. See STANFORD, Page 13

Giants-49ers set to wage historic battle of the worsts


By Josh Dubow more players to season- late in the season. interim coach Marty Schottenheimer his
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ending injuries this week Go out there, get a win and just change first win as an NFL coach. The 13-10 game
to raise their total to a the mentality, the feel, the vibe in the wasnt exactly a barn-burner as the only
league-high 18 players whole building, Giants offensive lineman TDs were scored on fumble returns, with the
SANTA CLARA The New York Giants on injured reserve. winning points coming when Ernest Byner
are coming off a 34-point loss at home, Justin Pugh said. If you come in and the
The game Sunday woman at the front desk, shell be smiling, picked up teammate Willis Adams fumble
have several key players on injured reserve, between these former and raced 55 yards for the score.
and have won one game in a rough first half everyone will be a little bit happier. So its
NFC powers isnt exactly definitely a thing that we need. We need to Right now, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan
of the season. a marquee matchup. In would take that kind of win for the first in
As bad as things are for the Giants, they go out and get a win and just have that one-
Kyle Shanahan fact, this is the first time game mentality. his career and help validate owner Jed Yorks
are even worse for the San Francisco 49ers since 1984 that teams decision to hire him last offseason.
(0-9), who are still seeking their first win with only one combined win have met this In that last game between inept teams,
under coach Kyle Shanahan. They lost three Cleveland (1-8) beat Buffalo (0-9) to give See 49ERS, Page 17
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Local sports roundup


FRIDAY
Football
Ocean Division championship with Hillsdale
losing to Kings Academy in overtime.
Sequoia running back David Tuakalau scored
Warriors get on roll
with strong defense
on runs of 1 and 23 yards before icing the win
Capuchino 14, San Mateo 10 with a 48-yard rumble with just over three
The Mustangs ended the season on a high minutes to play.
note, winning their last two games. Patrick Lopiparo tossed a pair of touch-
Trailing 10-7, Capuchino (2-3 PAL Lake, downs, both to Duncan Stewart, of 61 and 18
4-6 overall) scored the game-winning yards. Robert Maticarena gave the Cherokees THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
touchdown with four minutes left to play. a defensive touchdown with a fumble recovery
San Mateo (2-3, 6-4) had its chances to win in the end zone. OAKLAND Defense has been the theme
late, but a Mustangs interception thwarted Menlo was led by quarterback Emilio from Day 1 for the Golden State Warriors,
one opportunity and a running-into-the- Simbeck, who tossed a 4-yard scoring strike determined to do all the little things even
punter penalty negated any last-minute to David Schmaier, a 17-yard touchdown pass better on both ends of the floor on the heels
heroics. to Jack Pimlott and a 31 yarder to Kevin Chen. of their second NBA championship in three
The Bearcats took a 7-0 lead late in the years.
Kings Academy 44, Hillsdale 43 OT Theyre blocking shots. Jumping into the
first quarter when quarterback Jose
TKA handed Hillsdale its third loss in a row
Ontiveros hooked up with Anthony passing lanes for timely steals. Getting
and grabbing a piece of second place in the
Villalobos for a 24-yard scoring strike. hands in the faces of shooters.
PAL Ocean Division with the overtime victo-
The Mustangs tied the score with five It wasnt this way out of the gates this sea-
ry.
minutes left in the second quarter on a Trey son, and coach Steve Kerr had some
After Nick Hulman gave Hillsdale (3-2 PAL
Zahursky 25-yard touchdown pass. moments of frustration.
Ocean, 7-3 overall) a 43-36 lead after scoring
A Jake Jeffries 23-yard field goal late in Lately, hes pleased with the progress and
from a yard out on his teams first possession
the third quarter gave San Mateo a 10-7 consistency. KYLE TERADA/USA TODAY SPORTS
in extra time, TKA (3-2, 4-6) scored to cut the
advantage, but Capuchino scored on a 2- Defensively weve just had longer Golden States Zaza Pachulia blocks a James
deficit to 44-42 and then won it with a suc-
yard run with four minutes left to play. stretches of high intensity and high level of Johnson shot during the Warriors win over
cessful 2-point conversion.
focus, Stephen Curry said. Thats allowed the Miami Heat earlier this week.
Girls tennis Hulman went over the 200-yard rushing
us to control the momentum of games and
mark for the third time this season as he car-
Menlo Schools quarterfinal the flow of games. show is typically the focus of scouting
ried the ball 28 times for 292 yards and three
match postponed again The Warriors outscored Minnesota 44-26 reports and film sessions.
touchdowns. He finished the regular season
For the second day in a row, the Knights quar- in the third quarter of Wednesday nights You cant win without that, Memphis
with 1,635 yard rushing.
terfinal match in the Central Coast Section team 125-101 win and dominated without NBA center Marc Gasol said. Even if you look at
Quarterback Jeremy Teteak ran for a pair of
tournament against Los Altos was postponed Finals MVP Kevin Durant, who sat with a teams like Golden State, you see a team that
touchdowns and threw for a third as he racked
because of weather. bruised left thigh but was expected to be fine obviously has a lot of firepower, their
up 250 yards of total offense 198 passing
The match between the fourth-seeded Knights by Saturdays home game against the 76ers. defense is really outstanding, how they all
and 52 rushing.
and the fifth-seeded Falcons was originally I know if we focus on taking care of the move together at the same time, how they
TKA was led by quarterback Chris
scheduled for Thursday, but the match was basketball and playing solid defense, and all shift as a unit from one side to the other
Boccignone, who completed 13 of 21 passes
rescheduled for Friday. focusing on that, and really, hopefully, ... Then they give you 125 points, too. But
for 217 yards and two touchdown passes, both
That weather has also pushed the CCS cham- regardless of how our offense is, well be in they really do play a lot of great defense.
to Kevin Sielski.
pionship match to Monday. a good position to win games, Curry said. Against the T-Wolves, Golden State
The Falcons and Knights will meet in Carlmont 42, Mills 0 Golden State limited the Timberwolves to blocked nine shots its 11th time in 12
Atherton at 9 a.m. Saturday, with the winner Demarii Blanks scored three touchdowns 41.3 percent from the floor and a dismal 5 of games with at least seven swats three by
immediately driving to Lynbrook for a 2 p.m. and Anthony Arteaga added a pair to lead the 24 on 3-pointers on the way to winning its reserve Omri Casspi and another two from
semifinal match. Scots to a lopsided win over the Vikings in the fifth straight. Draymond Green, and didnt allow a 20-
regular-season finale for both teams. You saw how beautiful that was in the sec- point performance by Minnesota. Nick
THURSDAY The win snapped a two-game losing streak ond half with 37 assists overall. Its all Young came off the bench to make a career-
for the Carlmont. about taking care of the ball and defending, high four steals in 20-plus minutes.
Kerr said. The defense part Im really Its finally coming along. Were starting
Football Blanks scored on rushes of 2 and 47, while
also adding a 100-yard fumble return for a third pleased with. I think this is about our fifth to put it together, Green said. Were taking
Sequoia 42, Menlo School 27 score. Arteaga scored on a 41-yard run to open straight really good defensive effort we have more ownership in one-on-one defense.
The Cherokees scored 14 points in the sec- the scoring for Carlmont (4-1 PAL Lake, 8-2 had so thats a great sign. Weve just locked in more on one-on-one
ond, third and fourth quarters to hand the overall) and also caught a 4-yard scoring pass He gave his team a day off Thursday before defense and taking on the challenge.
Knights their first loss in PAL Ocean Division from freshman quarterback Siupeli Netane. getting back to work Friday in preparation Part of that, according to player develop-
play. Jonaven Kuhn capped the scoring with an for Philadelphia. ment coach Chris DeMarco, is being the
It was the third win in a row for Sequoia (2- 83-yard touchdown run. Kicker Samantha Other teams and opposing players notice aggressors, being active defensively and
3, 5-5). Blucher made all six of her extra-point the Warriors attention to detail on the defen- trusting that the guys around us will help if
Menlo (4-1, 6-4) still locked up the outright attempts. sive end, even if their high-flying offensive we get beat.

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Saint Marys Bennett STANFORD
Mitchells 30 points were the 21st-such game of her four-
year career, but the story of the night was Mavugna. Her
post presence changed the entire complexion of the game
and mitigated a rather inefficient night for the Buckeyes
signs new 10-year deal
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Continued from page 11

Marta Sniezek and Alexa Romano had combined for just


from the field.
Thats something I feel like I can control, Mavunga
12 starts before starting Fridays game against the reigning said. I cant control getting the ball or finishing my shots,
or things like that. I cant worry about that. What I can con-
MORAGA Randy Bennett has been rewarded for suc- Big Ten champions that returned four starters, including a
trol and helping my teammates if Im not doing anything
cessfully transforming the mens basketball program at tiny national player of the year candidate in Mitchell.
else is rebound the ball.
Saint Marys College over nearly two decades, receiving a This is baptism by fire and they have to realize this is Ohio State guard Linnae Harper also had a double-double,
new 10-year contract through the 2026-27 season. what I need to be doing in there, VanDerveer said. with 15 points and 11 rebounds.
Beginning his 17th season at the picturesque school in
the suburbs outside San Francisco, Bennett has built mid-
major Saint Marys into a West Coast

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Conference power and a regular player on
the national stage and the Gaels have
won a school-record 29 games in each of
the past two seasons. The experienced,
veteran team is predicted to win the WCC
this season.
Im appreciative and thankful to
President Donahue, Mike Matoso and the
Saint Marys administration for their sup-
Randy Bennett port. Its an honor to have this opportu-
nity to work at such a great institution,
Bennett said. Weve had great student-athletes and assistant
coaches who have put a lot of hard work and effort into build-
ing the program to this level. My family and I truly enjoy
being in such a supportive community and raising our fami-
ly around this environment. We are excited to continue what
we have started here 17 years ago.
Bennett has had chances to leave for more high-profile
jobs but instead stayed put to build something special over
the long haul. Along the way, many of his top assistants
have gone on to become head coaches Eran Ganot at
Hawaii, Kyle Smith at San Francisco, Lamont Smith at San
Diego.
Ive said this for some time but I think Coach Bennett is
the best coach in the country. I really do, Ganot said. To do
what he has done at SMC for that long and with continued
success to come in the future is amazing if you take a hard
look at it. People will point to that level of success and talk
a lot about how its been done with limited resources. Thats
a bit of a disservice. Take that out of the equation. This is
one of the best stories in college basketball. ... Coach is
about development. Always has and always will and that its
bigger than just the games. Hes about developing future
leaders, outstanding husbands and fathers. He cares deeply
about the people in his program. Its those reasons why he
is so good for the game and world. We need more like him.
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COUGARS
nine times for 30 yards, scored on a 1-yard a perfect pass into his hands for a 14-6 HMB
plunge. He would later added another 1-yard lead.
touchdown. Williams booted a 24-yard eld goal for a
Continued from page 11 He didnt practice Monday or Tuesday. 17-6 lead with just under three minutes left
We got the X-ray read Wednesday. in the rst half, but both teams managed to
Wednesday we tested it out. If he could go, score before halftime. SHPs Tommy Barnds
and two interceptions. Cody was the main we would see how much we needed him, ran it in from 5 yards out before HMB went
recipient, as he nished with seven catches Holden said. 74 yards with just over a minute to play and
for 144 yards and two touchdowns. Hofmanns rst score, coupled with a scored on a Tomberlin-to-Von Almen 3-yard
Their offense is strong, Tomberlin said. Dylan Williams extra point, gave HMB a 7- scoring toss for a 23-12 lead at halftime.
The Cougars, meanwhile, went three and 6 advantage a lead it would not relin- In the second half, the Cougars scored 10
out on their rst possession and after forc- quish. points just over two minutes apart to take a
ing the Gators to punt, SHP kept the ball But with SHP making a concerted effort to commanding lead. Williams kicked a 37-
after the punt bounced off a HMB player who stop HMBs ground attack, the Cougars yard eld goal on the rst drive of the third
was running downeld. were held to just 152 yards on the ground, it quarter. HMBs Dom Padua came up with an
The HMB defense held, however, and enabled Tomberlin to open up and show interception on the next play and the
forced the Gators to turned the ball over on what he can do when given a chance to Cougars turned that into a four-play, 52-yard
downs. throw. He responded with a season-high scoring drive, with Tomberlin hitting Von
HMB coach Keith Holden wasted little 211-yard performance and three touchdown Almen on a slant for a 25-yard score and a
time in going to his teams jumbo pack- passes a perfect 23-yard fade to Williams, 33-12 lead.
age, which is the Cougars triple-option and a pair to Hayden Von Almen of 3 and 25 SHP would go on to score two more times,
set. Normally used to put games away, yards. with Yaffe scoring from 2 yards out and later
Holden turned to it on his teams second With Chase Hofmann limited on offense, hooking up with Cody for a 17-yard score,
possession to try and nd a spark. It didnt Tomberlin gured he might get a chance to sandwiched around another Chase Hofmann
really have the desired effect as the Cougars air it out a little bit. 1-yard score.
were forced to punt on the second play of the I felt like we were going to go to the air With the regular season over, the Cougars
second quarter, trailing 6-0. more, Tomberlin said. I dont get (to do) now turn their attention to the playoffs,
HMB caught a break, however, when a that too much. where they are expected to be the No. 1 seed
SHP player was blocked into his punt After taking the lead, the HMB defense in the Open Division III bracket.
returner, who then fumbled the ball, which forced a punt on SHPs next possession and But Tomberlin knows that 10-0 means
was recovered by HMBs Tristan Hofmann. the Cougars needed three plays to cover 60 nothing now.
That provided the spark the Cougars need- yards. On second-and-6, Tomberlin hooked The Open (Division), thats going to be NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
ed. With new life at the SHP 14, HMB need- up with Jake Quosig for a 33-yard gain down a challenge, Tomberlin said. Our record Half Moon Bays Gavin Tomberlin threw for a
ed just three plays to nd the end zone. to the SHP 23 before Tomberlin found right now is oh-and-oh. What happened (in season-high 211 yards in the Cougars 40-26
Chase Hofmann, who carried the ball only Williams down the right sideline and placed the past), happened. Time to move on. win over SHP.

SERRA
making a play. They played well in the the Padres a 24-21 lead. yards for a score. Park had ve catches for
third quarter but we made a point to win the Kendrick re-entered on defense and made a 148 yards in the game.
fourth. game-saving tackle on the next play from Then after a St. Francis punt, Serra
Continued from page 11 St. Francis turned the tide in a hurry in the scrimmage, taking down Page who marched 84 yards on 10 plays, culminating
third quarter on a big play by the WCALs totaled 23 carries for 165 yards after a 14- in a 9-yard scoring pass from Bottari to
leading rusher Darrell Page. The junior took yard run. Four plays later, St. Francis was Nunn.
Padres quarterback Luke Bottari led the the slightest amount of daylight, then ran forced to punt.
rst-half charge. In the opening half, Serra On defense, the saving grace of Serras
over about ve would-be tacklers to bolt up Then Park, after yielding St. Francis rst secondary was junior cornerback David
gained 210 total yards, 202 of them via the the sideline for an 80-yard touchdown, cut- score, got his redemption as well. Serra
air from Bottari. On the night, the junior Coker, who defended nearly every pass that
ting the lead to 21-13 with 2:43 remaining took over at its own 32, and on the rst play came his way. Coker was a call-up during the
QB was 16-of-24 passing for 289 yards and in the third quarter. of the drive, Bottari his Park over the mid-
three touchdowns. CCS playoffs last year. This is his rst full
After Lewis missed a 40-yard eld-goal dle and the speedster looked up eld at noth- varsity season.
But many of Bottaris early completions attempt at the end of the next Serra drive, St. ing but daylight. The result was a 68-yard
were a result of broken assignments in the Francis went to work on a nine-play, 80- scoring catch to all but put the game on ice. Id say this is on one of my best
St. Francis secondary leaving receivers yard scoring drive on a 9-yard TD run by (games), Coker said. I was just ready for
wide open. When the Lancers relaxed their Page, followed by an acrobatic 2-point con- I just saw a big hole, Park said. They their routes and studied lms a lot.
secondary, the momentum of the game version catch by Josh Pakola to tie it 21-21 made some great blocks, opened up a hole At the end of Parks nal TD run, Walsh
turned quickly. And while the Padres didnt with 8:41 remaining. and I just ran. may have bolted down the sideline even
seem worried after St. Francis scored on a 3- Two plays later, though, Serra took the Serras three early scores were set up by a faster in celebration. It was a clear display
yard scoring pass from Reed Vettel to Evan momentum back when Bottari hit senior key Bottari completion on the games third of emotion from a coach who, albeit often
Williams to cut the lead to 21-7 just before running back Isiah Kendrick over the mid- play from scrimmage. Facing third-and-9 reserved, wears his emotions on his sleeve
halftime, the Lancers succeeded in evoking dle, and Kendrick sprinted for a 64-yard from the Serra 21, Bottari hit Patrick Nunn with the best of them.
plenty of worries after the break. advance to the St. Francis 14. With a wind- over the middle for a 35-ayrd pickup. Five I love coaching, Walsh said. I love the
There werent worries, said Chris Park, ed Kendrick taking a break, Serra couldnt plays later, Kendrick scored on a 3-yard run kids. And Im thrilled for the community.
the Serra cornerback who was guarding advance the ball, but settled for Lewis eld- to make it 7-0. Its like (the movie) Shawshank
Williams when the receiver got airborne for goal redemption as he hit an end-over-end Later in the opening quarter, Bottari Redemption with the guys all up on the
an impressive grab. It was just a player kick that just cleared the crossbar to give delivered a pass to Park, who bolted 69 roof enjoying what theyve accomplished.

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SATURDAY CCS Open Division finals
Girls volleyball No. 3 Sacred Heart Prep (21-7) vs. No. 1 Leland (25-3), 11:40 a.m. at Independence High
CCS finals at Palo Alto High School School
Division I
No. 1 Carlmont (29-4) vs. No. 6 Los Gatos (22-12), 11 a.m. Division II
No. 3 Menlo School (15-12) vs. No. 1 Valley Christian (18-11), 2:20 p.m. at Independence
Division IV High School
No. 1 Sacred Heart Prep (24-7) vs. No. 2 Notre Dame-Belmont (24-7), 3 p.m.
Girls tennis
Boys water polo CCS team tournament
CCS Open Division finals Los Altos at Menlo School, 9 a.m. quarterfinals; semifinals 2 p.m., TBD
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Continued from page 11
sacked four times. He has been sacked 14
times in three starts.
You have to make people pay and thats
Banged up Niners
The latest players to go down for the
Minnesota high school team scores
the only way to scare people out of stuff, Niners were safety Jaquiski Tartt (broken three times in final minute for win
and I think weve struggled to make people arm), offensive lineman Garry Gilliam
Its hard after each game to look at the pay, Shanahan said. (knee), and tight end Cole Hikutini. San ST. MICHAEL, Minn. A Minnesota
owners and say were sorry. I know we didnt
Francisco has been hit especially hard at high school football team scored three
do it again. That is very tough on me, Elis streak safety, where Jimmie Ward already was lost touchdowns in the final minute of a playoff
Shanahan said. I wish I could make this
Giants quarterback Eli Manning is set to to a broken arm, and tight end, where starter game to rally for a stunning two-point win.
look better for him right now. I know it
start his 208th consecutive game, tying big George Kittle is out this week with an ankle
isnt there right now, but I know it will be.
brother Peyton for the injury. The rally began as Maple Grove trailed
Hes been great with that and understanding
second-longest streak by Ive never been a part of a team where its St. Michael-Albertville 27-10 with 59 sec-
of that too. Theyve really let us do our
a quarterback. Only Brett been like this, Shanahan said. But teams onds remaining in Thursdays Class 6A
job.
Favre with 297 has a do have to deal with this type of stuff all the quarterfinal game.
Here are some other things to watch:
longer string. Manning time, especially this time of the year.
is not playing at the top Maple Grove recovered two onside kicks
Beat the blitz of his game this year at Jenkins returns and scored three times, twice on passes and
With rookie C.J. Beathard playing behind age 36. His 6.1 yards per once on a run with 4 seconds left to win 29-
The Giants will get back cornerback
a patchwork offensive line that has been attempt are the lowest 27.
Janoris Jenkins this week. He was suspend-
missing injured left tack- since his rookie season. ed for the loss to the Rams when he didnt The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports
le Joe Staley, the 49ers Eli Manning He has not thrown for report back to the team in time for practices
have been facing lots of more than 225 yards in that Maple Grove coach Matt Lombardi
after the bye week. Coach Ben McAdoo said
pressure. No quarterback any of the past four games, and he is on pace joked to his team afterward, Just like we
Jenkins will regain his starting role this
has been blitzed on more to take the second-most sacks of his career. drew it up.
week.
pass plays the past three Manning said he has no interest in turn-
weeks than Beathard, ing the reins to a younger quarterback like
according to SportRadar, rookie Davis Webb.
as defenses are testing I want to play. Thats what I like to do,
the rookie quarterback he said. I like to play football and play
Joe Staley playing behind the sus- quarterback. I understand that I got a job to
pect line. He has com- do and I got to do it better and do it well and
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Come Swim
Kristen Stewart
dives into grief in
directorial debut
SEE PAGE 19

Benefits
of nature
By Charlie Chapman

E
very day in the hours after school I
enter the ocean. In Northern
California this daily ritual is punc-
tuated with the shock of cold water, which
overwhelms my senses and is the antithesis
of a school desk, which I was in only an
hour earlier.
This sudden shift in environments pro-
vides a clearly defined
line in my day between
academics and extracur-
ricular activities. The
time I spend in the ocean
each day separates my
day into distinct parts Louis C.K. confessed Friday to masturbating in front of women and expressed remorse for wielding his influence irresponsibly.
independent from each

C.K. says he misused his


other which provides a
respite from the fast-
paced academic path that
many students in high-achieving areas,
such as the Bay Area, deal with. The separa-
tion between two different parts of my life
allow for me to reflect upon the days activ-

power and brought pain


ities and put my stressors in perspective.
The monotony of six or more classes a
day, each with its own supply of at-home
assignments can no longer be quelled with
simply meeting up with friends, reading or
playing a sport. With the influx of technol-
ogy into the lives of students of all ages, By Mark Kennedy
many parts of their day are plugged into the
same phone or computer. Writing an essay
or using an app during school and using
Louis C.K. statement on allegations THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK With his career imploding


that same device to communicate with THE ASSOCIATED PRESS them to look at your (penis) isnt a question. over allegations of sexual misconduct,
friends during free time does not provide a Its a predicament for them. The power I had comedian Louis C.K. confessed Friday to
clear distinction between academics and NEW YORK Comedian Louis C. K. over these women is that they admired me. masturbating in front of women and
personal time. The loss of a clear line released the following statement on Friday And I wielded that power irresponsibly. expressed remorse for wielding his influ-
between these two parts of a day does not following allegations of sexual misconduct I have been remorseful of my actions. And ence irresponsibly.
in a New York Times report. The statement is
allow for students to recharge before begin- Ive tried to learn from them. And run from The comedian said in a statement that the
ning long hours of studying. What devel- unedited except for explicit language: them. Now Im aware of the extent of the harassment claims by five women detailed
ops is a continuous stream of stressors I want to address the stories told to the impact of my actions. I learned yesterday the in a New York Times report published
with no respite. With no breaks, it is hardNew York Times by ve women named Abby, extent to which I left these women who Thursday are true.
Rebecca, Dana, Julia who felt able to name
to find time to reflect and work without the admired me feeling badly about themselves I can hardly wrap my head around the
restraints of organized activity. Clicking themselves and one who did not. and cautious around other men who would scope of hurt I brought on them, he said.
away to a different app fails to fully dis- These stories are true. At the time, I said to never have put them in that position. There is nothing about this that I forgive
myself that what I did was okay because I
miss a students connection to their obliga- I also took advantage of the fact that I was myself for, he wrote. And I have to recon-
tions, which many Bay Area students trace never showed a woman my (penis) without widely admired in my and their community, cile it with who I am. Which is nothing
to increased stress and, in turn, anxiety. asking rst, which is also true. But what I which disabled them from sharing their compared to the task I left them with.
learned later in life, too late, is that when
See STUDENT, Page 20 you have power over another person, asking See C.K., Page 22 See LOUIS, Page 22

It Cant Happen Here seems eerily timely


By Judy Richter Berkeley Repertory Theatre, and Bennett S.
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT Cohen created this play early last year, and
it premiered at Berkeley Rep later that year.
Thomas Times plays Buzz Windrip, the
As if the current political climate werent
charismatic candidate whose stump speech
worrisome enough for many people,
sounds like a revival meeting. Times is
Foothill Theatre Arts presents It Cant
black, thus negating racial aspects, but its
Happen Here.
unlikely that a black man would win the
It chronicles the rise of a populist presi- presidency in the 1930s. However, Times
dential candidate who promises better does such a good job that its easy to sus-
times, wins the office and then oversees the pend disbelief.
countrys rapid demise into fascism and As Windrip gains traction, Doremus
repression. Jessup (Vic Prosak), a liberal newspaper
Sinclair Lewis wrote his prescient novel editor in a small Vermont town, abhors what
in 1935 when rabble-rousing Huey Long hes doing but tries to understand his
was running for president (he was assassi- appeal. Jessups strongest supporter is
nated before being nominated) against Lorinda (Carla Befera), an innkeeper whos
DAVID ALLEN Franklin Roosevelt and Hitlers Nazi also his girlfriend, even though hes mar-
Bishop Peter Prang (Seton Chiang, left) speaks on the radio endorsing a presidential candidate, regime was rising in Europe.
as the Jessup family listens (right) in It Can't Happen Here. Tony Taccone, artistic director of See FOOTHILL, Page 20
THE DAILY JOURNAL WEEKEND JOURNAL Weekend Nov. 11-12, 2017 19
Kristen Stewart dives into
grief in directorial debut
By Jake Coyle crew members. Stewart
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS declined to add to those
comments Thursday but
NEW YORK Kristen Stewarts directing acknowledged the indus-
ambitions go all the way back to when she trys gender imbalances
was an 11-year-old performing in the 2002 behind the camera have
David Fincher thriller Panic Room. been on her mind.
I was working with Jodie Foster and I was Im so fortunate to be
like, Im going to direct. Im going to be able to have made this
the youngest director that exists, Stewart Kristen Stewart movie because its obvi-
recalled in an interview. When she, years ously tougher for women
later, told Foster she was finally making to be heard, said Stewart. Im obviously
something, Stewart says, She was like, deeply proud of anyone whos able to
Dude, the first thing youre going to realize express themselves freely and its awesome
is that you have nothing to learn. that were living in a time where they can.
It took longer than Stewart expected, but Come Swim isnt your standard actor-
she has now made a short film titled Come made directorial debut. Its an 18-minute
Swim. Following premieres at the Sundance metaphorical rendering of a feeling, of the
Film Festival and the Cannes Film Festival, overwhelming oppression of heartbreak and
Come Swim debuted Friday on the grief. A man is submerged, literally, by water
womens entertainment and lifestyles web- everywhere. Stewart describes the film as
site Refinery29. about aggrandized pain and says its
The film announces Stewarts filmmaking imagery has haunted her for four years.
ambitions and opens a new chapter in the You dont realize when youre trudging
fast-moving career of the 27-year-old through that water, you feel so alone, says
actress. Stewart is already developing sever- Stewart. Weve all been there. But when
al other projects, including a script shes youre in it, you feel like you cant partici-
writing thats an adaptation of a memoir pate in life.
(Stewart declined to say whose). Shes tak- In many ways, Come Swim reflects
ing two months off acting to write it, and she something essential about Stewart: she is
also hopes to turn Come Swim into a fea- hyper alert to her surroundings and her emo-
ture-length film. tions. Its a quality that has probably helped
Its my first step into something Ive make her, in the eyes of many, a performer of
wanted to for a really long time, said twitchy, alive sensitivity.
Stewart. I am so sensitive it drives me crazy, says
Stewart spoke in a pair of interviews Stewart. Its funny (that) the first movie I
one on a balcony in Cannes in May, the wanted to make was basically just a movie
other by phone on Thursday. As to the recent about somebody who is like, You dont get Serves 12-15 people. Pick up from 2 locations, 8 a.m. to noon.
sexual harassment scandals that have it! Its horrible!
swamped Hollywood, Stewart pointed to her Getting behind the camera was also a way
speech last month at Elles Women in for Stewart to be the kind of director she her-
Hollywood event, where she spoke about the self appreciates one who favors discovery
less-noticed harassment of below-the-line over heavily-scripted control.
20 Weekend Nov. 11-12, 2017 WEEKEND JOURNAL THE DAILY JOURNAL

Fly away with Palo Alto Players Peter Pan STUDENT


By Judy Richter Scotts choreography is imagina- Continued from page 18
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT Comment on tive, especially in Ugh-A-Wugg,
or share this story at performed by Peter, the Darlings, the Nature offers tangible experiences that provide refuge
Palo Alto Players is staging the www.smdailyjournal.com Lost Boys, Tiger Lily and the Warriors. from the monotony of fabricated curricula, which many
perennially popular Peter Pan, the Theres much for kids to like, espe- students view as only a means to an end. It provides one
enchanting story of an orphan boy cially Nana (Eddie Standifer III), the with challenge, exhilaration and perspective that is not
Peters nemesis, Captain Hook (John Darling childrens nurse; and the croc-
who can fly but who doesnt want to found in suburban living. While personal electronic
Bisceglie), and his band of pirates. odile that swallowed an alarm clock.
grow up. devices and the social networking services within them
Also playing a prominent role are the Music director is Lauren Bevilacqua,
In J.M. Barries play, turned into a seek to place the user at the center of their own virtual
Warriors, led by Tiger Lily (Catrina but the orchestral accompaniment is
musical by lyricist Carolyn Leigh and world of friends and accounts of experiences, the incom-
Contini). recorded.
composer Morris Charlap, Peter prehensible scale of nature emphasizes the existence of
Directed and choreographed by Janie Farbstein is the sister of Amanda
(Corrie Farbstein) lives in Neverland. each individual as part of a larger system, which counter-
He and his fairy sidekick, Tinker Bell, Scott, the show is full of wonders and Farbstein, who has the female lead in
imagination. For example, Neverland, acts the narcissism generated by social media. The use of
visit the Darling children in London to Broadway By the Bays Singin in the technology in the classroom, extracurricular activities and
retrieve his shadow. not the usual tropical island, is what Rain. Their parents, Michael and
PAP artistic director Patrick Klein and free time serves almost exclusively to connect. The appeal
He convinces the oldest, Wendy Candy, were BBB mainstays for many and magic of it is rooted in the potential for it to unite
(Brittney Mignano), to fly with him to set designer calls an alternative, Neo- years.
Victorian world of spare parts and people across rooms, towns and countries in an effort to
Neverland. Theyre joined by her Running about two and a half hours generate collaboration. While these hypothetical benefits
brothers, John (Amay Goel) and steam-powered ingenuity. with an intermission, Peter Pan will
The show is filled with fine perform- are undeniable, the value of self reflection that can only
Michael (Billy Hutton). They really do continue through Nov. 19 at Lucie occur when sequestered to your own thoughts cannot be
fly. ances, led by Farbstein as Peter, who Stern Theater, 1305 Middlefield Road,
sings, dances and acts well. Also underscored. Complete immersion in nature focuses your
In Neverland, they meet the Lost Palo Alto. For tickets and information senses on a more primitive mindset, which provides clari-
Boys and experience hair-raising notable is the diminutive Mignano, an call (650) 329-0891 or visit paplay-
adult whos convincing as Wendy. ty and understanding in the face of stress from daily life.
adventures, most of them initiated by ers.org. The anxiety students face is often traced back to obliga-
tions as well as hopes and expectations about the future;
facing nature challenges one to live in a single moment
and place in time.
Nature is not clearly defined and is a malleable idea that
is unique for all people. Limited access to desolate areas
and extreme environments does not limit ones ability to
walk outside, hike, fish or swim. While individual activi-
ties vary with preference, the benefits nature provides are
universally attainable.

Charlie Chapman is a junior at Burlingame High School. Student


News appears in the weekend edition. You can email Student News
at news@smdailyjournal.com.

FOOTHILL
Continued from page 18

ried.
The plot focuses on Jessup as his situation worsens.
Skillfully directed by Bruce McLeod, the large cast is a
mix of students and community members, the latter led by
Prosak and Befera, who provide solid grounding to the
action.
Some other noteworthy performers are Alexis Standridge
as Sissy, Jessups loyal daughter; and Seton Chiang, who
does double duty as Bishop Prang, the evangelical church-
man who endorses Windrip, and as Effingham Swan, the
menacing militiaman who grills Jessup after his capture.
Running about two hours with one intermission, this
scary play nevertheless ends on an updated, hopeful note
with the actors on their smartphones texting Make
America human again. Its worth seeing.
It Cant Happen Here continues through Nov. 19 in the
Lohman Theatre, Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Road,
Los Altos Hills. For tickets and information call (650) 949-
7360 or visit foothill.edu/theatre.
THE DAILY JOURNAL WEEKEND JOURNAL Weekend Nov. 11-12, 2017 21
By Susan Cohn
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT

WITH A TURN OF THE WHEEL:


TRAVEL NORTH CAROLINAS POT-
TERY HIGHWAY. Its official name is
North Carolina Highway 705 (NC 705) but
it is better known as the Pottery Highway.
The towns along this 26-mile stretch of sce-
nic byway are home to about 100 potteries,
many of them clustered around the hamlet of
Seagrove, where eighth- and ninth-genera- Pottery Center holds workshops, classes
tion potters produce hand-turned or hand- and other pottery-related events throughout
thrown pottery. Pottery making has flour- the year. On most Saturdays, visitors can
ished in the area since before the American see a pottery throwing demonstration by a
Revolution, anchored in the high quality local potter. An online exhibit of items
local clay. Thousands of visitors now come from the Centers permanent collection may
annually to watch the craft tradition carried be viewed at
out and to take home locally made pieces. http://ncpotterycenter. omeka. net/. 233
ORIGINAL OWENS POTTERY. The East Ave. Seagrove, NC. (336) 873-8430.
oldest, continuously operating pottery http://ncpotterycenter.org.
along the Pottery Highway is Owens SEAGROVE POTTERY FESTIVAL.
Pottery of North Carolina, also known as Late each fall, the town is home to the
Original Owens Pottery. The Owens family Seagrove Pottery Festival, sponsored by
has been involved in pottery since the early the Museum of Traditional North Carolina
1800s. Owens Pottery, founded in 1895 by Pottery. The Festival includes more than
James H. Owens, is best known for its fire 120 area potters and traditional craft people
red glazed pottery, developed in 1945 by that make Seagroves colonial cottage
M.L. Owens. Owens Pottery is currently industry one of the largest collections in
owned and operated by his son, Boyd the United States. Usually held the weekend
Owens, who said: Our clay is local and before Thanksgiving, the event includes
processed here at our shop. The clay mills educational activities for children and adults
have been used since the early 1900s. All along with demonstrations from black-
glaze formulas are original and formulated at smiths, basket makers, woodcarvers,
our shop. By making the glaze here we are weavers and, of course, potters. The
able to control our colors and keep a family Seagrove Pottery Festival was recognized
tradition alive. The sales room holds a as one of the Top 20 Events in the
wide variety of pottery pieces, from practi- Southeast by the Southeast Tourism
cal coffee mugs to dramatic, oversized Society.
Rebecca pitchers, known for their tall, DELICIOUS IS JUST UP THE ROAD:
slim curvature and swooping handles. 3728 B IA S GOURMET HARDWARE.
Busbee Road, Seagrove, NC. (910) 464- Pottery shopping can work up an appetite.
353. www.originalowenspottery.com. Luckily, a great meal is not far away. A short
THE NORTH CAROLINA POTTERY drive north from Seagrove, in the Randolph
CENTER. The North Carolina Pottery County seat of Asheboro, is Bias Gourmet
Center, the only statewide facility in the Hardware. Overseen by Executive Chef and
nation devoted solely to pottery, promotes Proprietor Bia Rich, this sophisticated farm
public awareness and appreciation of the to table eatery in a repurposed historic hard-
history, heritage and ongoing tradition of ware store draws on local purveyors to offer
SUSAN COHN/DAILY JOURNAL
pottery making in North Carolina through dishes such as elk strip with cauliflower
puree, North Carolina wild speckled trout Sixth generation potter Boyd Owens demonstrates the turn of the wheel for a visitor to his
educational programs, public services, col- studio in Seagrove, N.C. Known for its signature Owens Red Glaze, Owens Pottery is the oldest
lection and preservation, and research and with steel cut grits, and wild boar tenderloin
with pearled barley. Save room for a slice of shop in an area that has produced pottery since the 1700s.
documentation. The center represents all biasgourmethardware.com.
North Carolina potters, from Native apple cake and brown sugar glaze. Take a Susan Cohn is a member of the North American
leisurely after dinner stroll down AND REMEMBER: Travel is the frivo-
Americans and exemplars of the old utilitar- Travel Journalists Association, Bay Area Travel
Asheboros Sunset Avenue and check out the lous part of serious lives, and the serious Writers, and the International Food, Wine & Travel
ian tradition to the more than 1,000 potters part of frivolous ones. Anne Sophie Writers Association. She may be reached at
working throughout the state today. In addi- historic buildings. Bias Gourmet Hardware
Swetchine. susan@smdailyjournal.com. More of her stories
tion to exhibitions, the North Carolina is located at 103 Worth St. Asheboro, NC. may be found at http://ifwtwa.org/author/susan-
(336) 610-2427. cohn.

Mob, fame, loss: Film details Rose Maries surprising life


By Lynn Elber match its subject. says in the film. vision, with the driven Rose Marie adapt-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The greatest asset we have is you dont Throughout her decades-long career, she ing her talents as required. Her last job was
know the story, said director Jason Wise, refused to be left behind as entertainments
just a few years ago, voicing a character on
LOS ANGELES Rose Maries place in who produced the film with Christina Wise, focus expanded to include movies and tele-
his wife. Its qualified for Academy Award the animated The Garfield Show.
show business history is anchored by her
performance as smart aleck comedy writer consideration and is screening in New York,
Sally on The Dick Van Dyke Show and a Los Angeles and elsewhere to draw attention
Hollywood Squares quipster. for a nomination.
That is simply criminal, as a new docu- Born Rose Marie Mazetta in New York
mentary makes clear. Before she became a City, she was the apple of Al Capones eye,
TV second banana, Baby Rose Marie was a opened the Flamingo in upstart Las Vegas
big-voiced singing phenomenon who at for another gangster, Bugsy Siegel, and was
age 4 began conquering radio, stage and a working wife and mom whose perform-
records and blossomed into a glamorous ance addiction and feistiness remain unabat-
nightclub performer. ed at age 94.
Her remarkable life is recounted with her I loved to work for an audience and I
help in Wait for Your Laugh, a film with loved to hold them in the palm of my hand
the verve, charisma and inventiveness to which I do, a still-confident Rose Marie
22 Weekend Nov. 11-12, 2017 WEEKEND JOURNAL THE DAILY JOURNAL

remain on Netflix. The widening allegations have also reached gations are being printed as facts and lives are

LOUIS
Continued from page 18
In a further blow, FX Networks and FX
Productions said they are ending their associ-
ation with C.K., which means cancellation of
former Gossip Girl actor Ed Westwick. The
BBC scrapped a TV series in the wake of rape
allegations against Westwick. The broadcast-
being put in jeopardy without a hearing, due
process or evidence. I hope we can give peo-
ple the benefit of the doubt before we rush to
a deal with his production company, Pig er also paused filming on the 1980s-set sit- judgment, he wrote.
Newton, and removing him as executive pro- com White Gold, which stars Westwick. He Piven, who has been accused by two women
He apologized to the cast and crew of sever- ducer on the four shows FX is making with has been accused of raping two women, of sexual misconduct, faces a fresh accusation
al projects hes been working on, his family, him, including Better Things, Baskets, charges he denies. On Instagram, he called made against him from an advertising execu-
children and friends, his manager and the FX One Mississippi and The Cops. His the allegations unverified and provably tive. Tiffany Bacon Scourby told People mag-
network, among others. compensation is ended as well, FX said. untrue. azine that Piven held her down while he per-
The 438-word statement ends with the C.K. behaved professionally on all his ER actor Anthony Edwards revealed that formed a sex act at a hotel 14 years ago.
comedian vowing to stop talking and leave series for FX, as far as we know, according he was molested when he was 12 by director The crisis has also roiled the world of jour-
the spotlight, stating, I will now step back to a statement Friday. and producer Gary Goddard. In a post Friday nalism, with editors at The New Republic and
and take a long time to listen. However, now is not the time for him to on Medium, Edwards said hes been in therapy NPR losing their jobs. The latest accusation
The comedian stepped forward on the same make television shows, FX said. Now is the for years over the assault and confronted involved Rolling Stone: Ben Ryan, a free-
day the indie distributor The Orchard said it time for him to honestly address the women Goddard over it 22 years ago at an airport. lance writer, accused the magazines publish-
will scrap the release of C.K.s film I Love who have come forth to speak about their Goddard, he said, swore to his remorse. er, Jann Wenner, of sexual harassment, say-
You, Daddy. C.K. has already been edited out painful experiences, a process which he Attorney Alan Grodin, a lawyer for Goddard, ing Wenner offered a writing contract if Ryan
of the upcoming HBO benefit Night of Too began today with his public statement. said Goddard has been out of the country and spent the night at the publishers Manhattan
Many Stars and his work is being scrubbed C.K. is the latest high-profile man caught will have a response shortly. townhouse. Wenner acknowledges he did
from the cable networks vaults. in a flood of accusations that began after an Actor Jeremy Piven also took to social attempt to have a sexual liaison but denied
More fallout came Friday when Netflix October report in the New York Times alleg- media to once again declare his innocence of offering a writing contract for sex.
said it will not produce a second planned ing that Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct, saying on Twitter he In other developments, Jenny McCarthy
standup special starring the comedian, cit- had sexually harassed or assaulted several hopes the string of sexual harassment allega- also reiterated an allegation she made against
ing his unprofessional and inappropriate women. Others who face sexual harassment tions will lead to a constructive dialogue on Seagal, saying she fled from a 1995 audition
behavior. He had been tapped for two spe- or assault accusations include House of these issues but warned about false accusa- with Seagal after he repeatedly asked her to
cials, with the first airing in April. At least Cards star Kevin Spacey and filmmaker Brett tions. take off her clothes for a part that didnt
five of the comedians stand-up specials Ratner. We seem to be entering dark times alle- require nudity.

C.K.
Continued from page 18

story and brought hardship to them when they tried


because people who look up to me didnt want to hear it. I
didnt think that I was doing any of that because my posi-
tion allowed me not to think about it.
There is nothing about this that I forgive myself for.
And I have to reconcile it with who I am. Which is noth-
ing compared to the task I left them with.
I wish I had reacted to their admiration of me by being a
good example to them as a man and given them some guid-
ance as a comedian, including because I admired their
work.
The hardest regret to live with is what youve done to
hurt someone else. And I can hardly wrap my head around



the scope of hurt I brought on them. Id be remiss to
exclude the hurt that Ive brought on people who I work
with and have worked with whos (sic) professional and
personal lives have been impacted by all of this, includ-
ing projects currently in production: the cast and crew of
Better Things, Baskets, The Cops, One Mississippi, and I






Love You Daddy (sic). I deeply regret that this has brought
negative attention to my manager Dave Becky who only
tried to mediate a situation that I caused. Ive brought
anguish and hardship to the people at FX who have given
me so much The Orchard who took a chance on my movie
and every other entity that has bet on me through the
years.

Now
No w hiring
hirring
g
Ive brought pain to my family, my friends, my children
and their mother.
I have spent my long and lucky career talking and say-
ing anything I want. I will now step back and take a long
time to listen.
Thank you for reading.

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was found behind a church in Millbrae about up. Wagstaffe said investigators obtained
COLD CASE a month later in February. Halbower was
once a suspect for three other murders that
occurred in similar fashions in northern San
Someone passing by Lampes car later
that evening found her body repeatedly
stabbed and inside her vehicle, a 1964-1/2
another blood sample from Seymour to con-
firm the DNA match made in the state data-
base and were able to confirm the match,
Continued from page 1 Mateo County in early 1976, including leaving no question in their minds the
Mustang, which was parked in the same
Lampes, as well as the murder of a young location at the mall, between the Macys blood on Lampes jacket is Seymours.
When he was charged Nov. 8 with murder- woman that same year in Reno, Nevada. The store and the Dennys restaurant. Wagstaffe said other evidence linking
ing Lampe, Seymour attended the countys body of Tanya Blackwell, 14, was discov- Seymour to her murder had come to light
first arraignment by video conference from Seymours defense attorney Paul
ered months after her January disappearance DeMeester said the DNA evidence and how it since prosecutors began investing the case,
the state hospital due to significant medical in 1976 off Gypsy Hill Road in Pacifica. but he wasnt able to elaborate on details.
issues. Wagstaffe was encouraged that pros- was collected will be a focus for him in the
Carol Lee Booth, 26, was last seen in South case. DeMeester said the DNA match is the Seymours bail was set at $10 million and
ecutors were able to tell members of San Francisco March 15 before her body hes expected to be kept at the hospital for
Lampes family they may be able to bring only evidence hes aware of tying Seymour
was discovered in early May. Lampe was the to Lampes murder, and that he plans to the time being, according to prosecutors.
closure to a case that has gone unresolved fifth Peninsula victim and was killed in investigate the many factors he said can DeMeester is also not convinced labeling
for more than four decades. April that same year in Daly City. complicate a case hinging on DNA evi- the cases as the Gypsy Hill murders is use-
We believe we are going to be able to
In January 2015, Halbower was extradited dence. ful at this point. He said he could understand
obtain justice for them by holding the killer
from an Oregon prison where he was serv- DNA is going to be front and center on why authorities may have linked them at
of their loved one accountable, he said.
ing time for kidnapping and attempting to this case, he said. one time given some similarities, but took
DNA linked Seymour to one of the five
kill a woman there. He is currently awaiting issue with the fact that the label still
1976 killings of young women in San DeMeester said he has been dealing with
jury trial set to start Jan. 8, 2018, for the remains on the cases with no factual basis
Mateo County dubbed the Gypsy Hill mur- cases involving DNA evidence since 1988,
murders of Baxter and Cascio, Wagstaffe to connect them.
ders after the road one of the victims was and knows from experience that how and
found near. Seymours charge is the most said. when the information is stored and pulled For Wagstaffe, the case is an example of
recent development in the murder cases Investigators broadened their search for from the state database can play a role in why California and other states have not
since investigators linked the DNA of vio- Lampes killer when they discovered how closely the information can be matched established a statue of limitations for pros-
lent convict Halbower, now 69, to the mur- Halbower was in custody at a Nevada jail to a given case. He noted hes seen other ecuting murders. This, he said, leaves room
ders of Paula Baxter, 17, and Veronica Anne facing rape and other related charges when cases where a DNA match is partial and could for new developments in investigative
Cascio, 18. Hes believed to have raped the the young woman was last seen leaving be matched to other profiles in the database. tools to bring justice to victims of cold
teens before stabbing them in the spring of Serramonte Shopping Center in Daly City Though DeMeester said he has yet to review cases like Lampes and the other young
1976. April 1, 1976, according to prosecutors. the details of the analysis linking Seymour women who died more than 40 years ago.
Cascio was the first victim to disappear Lampe was returning to her car after a shift to Lampes murder, he is planning to look at Its a very rewarding feeling to be able to
and her body was discovered at the Sharp at a Macys store where she worked and was the process used with his clients DNA very bring justice for the victims family, he
Park Golf Course in Pacifica; Baxters body supposed to meet a friend but never showed closely. said.

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AARP San Bruno Chapter Meeting.
and technology stocks leading the 10 a.m. to noon. San Bruno Senior MusiKohl Notes: Morgenstern
down to fit that restraint. for individuals, $11 million for cou- decline, before recouping some of the Center, 1555 Crystal Springs Road, Trio. 7 p.m. Kohl Mansion, 2750
Trumps enormously expensive ples. The House bill initially doubles losses by the close of trading. San Bruno. Coffee and doughnuts Adeline Drive, Burlingame. For more
available. Entertainment will be pro- information call 762-1130.
demand for a cut in the corporate tax those limits and then repeals the Might the implementation delay be vided by Peninsula Choraliers. For
rate to 20 percent from the current whole tax after 2023. The Senate ver- traded for a smaller corporate tax cut, more information call 583-4499. Holiday Gala: Pianist Joyce Yang in
something above 20 percent? Recital. 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Kohl
35 percent is a big complication, sion doubles those exemption San Mateo Harvest Festival. 10 Mansion, 2750 Adeline Drive,
as is unrest among House Republicans amounts but doesnt repeal the tax. Trump actually had been demanding a.m. to 5 p.m. 2495 Delaware St., San Burlingame. Admission is $75 or $60
hailing from affluent suburban dis- To repeal or not to repeal? That may 15 percent and reportedly was initial- Mateo. Cost $4 to $9. Over 24,000 for two or more. For more informa-
handmade gifts, live entertainment, tion call 762-1130.
tricts who are upset over the proposed be the class-warfare question. ly furious at the 20 percent figure. The food, and a KidZone. For more infor-
loss of the deduction for state income issue is setting the corporate rate at a mation contact info@harvestfesti- MONDAY, NOV. 13
taxes. DEDUCTIONS level that experts and tax writers val.com. Disinheriting the IRS from your
retirement accounts. 6 p.m. to 8
Heres a rundown on the major differ- The Senate bill would eliminate a believe would bring the U.S. closer to Free La Nebbia Winery Craft Faire p.m. Foster City Library, 1000 E.
ences between the House and Senate its overseas competitors. and Wine Tasting. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City. For more
taxpayers ability to deduct state La Nebbia Winery, 12341 San Mateo information email dcason@fiatpro-
bills: income taxes and local property The electric car industry notably Road, Half Moon Bay. Food, hand- gram.org or call 401-4662.
taxes. But the final bill may have to makers Tesla and Chevrolet and made jewelry, arts, crafts, picnic,
INDIVIDUAL TAX RATES closely track a House compromise producers of wind power for generat- Sams Chowder. Free. For more infor-
mation call 591-6596.
Learn Chess. 7 p.m. San Carlos
Library, 610 Elm St., San Carlos. Meets
that provides a property tax deduction ing electricity are losers under the the second Monday of every month.
The Senate measure keeps the cur- House bill. The tax credit of up to Morgenstern Trio Performance. 3 For more information call 591-0341.
rent number of personal income tax of up to $10,000 or else risk a revolt p.m. 55 W. Third Ave., San Mateo.
from GOP lawmakers from New York, $7,500 for plug-in electric vehicles Biotech Lecture: CRISPR Gene-
brackets, seven, though it changes would be repealed, and the credit for
Collaboration with Music at Kohl
New Jersey, and California. Mansion. Free. For more information Editing Technology. 7 p.m. to 8:30
the rates to 10, 12, 22.5, 25, 32.5, 35 wind energy would be reduced. But the call 522-7818. p.m. San Mateo Public Library, Oak
and 38.5 percent. That last top brack- The Senate bill preserves popular Room, 55 W. Third Ave., San Mateo.
individual tax breaks for large medical Senate version retains the incentives. Fairy-tale Comedy for Kids. 3 p.m. The talk is presented by Dr. Matthew
et for the wealthiest earners carries a The loss of tax credits for renewable Porteus, Associate Professor of
expenses, mortgage interest, electric to 5 p.m. 828 Chestnut St., San
higher rate of 39.6 percent under cur- energy would free billions to help pay Carlos. Performance of The Princess Pediatrics at Stanford University and
rent law. vehicles and college costs that were Who Had No Name. Cost $14 stu- attending physician at Stanfords
targeted by the House. The House lim- for the corporate tax cuts in the legis- dents, $19 adults. Free for children pediatric hospital. For more informa-
The House bill goes further toward lation. But in addition to environmen- under 3. For more information con- tion call 522-7818.
simplifying the tax system. It shrinks its deductibility of mortgage interest tact eve@sancarloschildrensthe-
to the first $500,000 of a loan, riling talists objections, the prospect also Dragon Theatre Productions:
the number of brackets from seven to ater.com.
the real estate and housing industries, angers some Republican senators, Dragonfruit II. 7:30 p.m. 2120
four, with rates of 12, 25, 35 and 39.6 including powerful Chuck Grassley of Book Launch Party with Gail Broadway, Redwood City. Suggested
percent. and eliminates a deduction for medical Carriger. 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. 480 donation $5 to $10. For more infor-
expenses thats often taken by fami- Iowa, who has vowed to defend the Primrose Road, Burlingame. Dress- mation contact info@dragonpro-
Lots of numbers here for congres- credit. up welcome for launch of Carrigers ductions.net.
sional negotiators to play with, to lies facing crippling nursing home
costs. Theres a special rate for businesses new novella, Romancing the
TUESDAY, NOV. 14
move up or down. whose profits are counted in the own- Werewolf. For more information
Hawaiian Music Jam. 9 a.m. to 10:30
contact tai@plsinfo.org.
The inheritance tax on multimillion ers personal tax returns. Millions of
dollar estates, called the estate tax, is BUSINESS: U. S. businesses use this pass- Hillsdale High Schools produc-
a.m. 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San
Mateo. Registration is required. Free.
tion of Les Miserables. 7 p.m. For more information call 522-7490.
an especially hot-button issue. Both the House and Senate versions through format. The House bill taxes Hillsdale High School. 3115 Del
Democrats point to the proposed GOP slash the tax rate for corporations to many of them at a maximum 25 per- Monte St., San Mateo. Tickets online Kids Craft with Sophies World at
changes as proof that the Republicans 20 percent from the current 35 per- cent, down from 39.6 percent current- are $17 for adults, $12 for students Grand Library. 4 p.m. 306 Walnut
and seniors. Runs through Sunday, Ave., South San Francisco. Make and
are out to help wealthy people like cent. But theres a big twist: The ly, and adds a lower minimum rate. The Nov. 12. For more information and decorate pumpkin turkeys to take
Trump and his family. Senate bill delays the rate cut for a Senate version would set a new 17.4 tickets visit hillsdaledrama.com home. For more information contact
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Currently, when someone dies, the percent deduction for pass-through The Further Adventures of Hedda
person inheriting the estate must pay The delay was put in to reduce the income, aimed to help smaller busi- Gabler. 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. 2120 Mind and Meditation for Adults. 6
taxes on its value above $5.5 million bills cost by $100 billion or so nesses. Broadway, Redwood City. Cost $15 to p.m. to 7 p.m. Meets on the second
$35. For more information call 493- Tuesday of every month. For more
2006. information call 591-0341.

MEMORIAL the sacrifices Sundell and his mother


made so others could live freely, Reed
said he became motivated to find a suit-
Foster City resident Beth Gliniak
said she didnt know about the ceremo-
ny to unveil the memorial when she
SUNDAY, NOV. 12
NorCal Beach Volleyball League
Meeting and Queen of Beach
Tournament. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The
MSNBCs Chris Matthews. 7 p.m. to
8 p.m. 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo
Alto. Author of Bobby Kennedy: A
Raging Spirit. Cost $20 to $57. For
able way of recognizing them in the decided to take her 3-year-old son Foundry Sports Complex, 2575 E. more information contact gge-
Continued from page 1 Bayshore Road, Redwood City. Free hue@commonwealthclub.org.
city. Years after he came up with the Jamie to the park Friday morning. But
and family friendly. For more infor-
idea, Reed was pleased to see so many she was grateful for the opportunity to mation call 245-8937. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15
removed a plastic tarp covering an S- gathered to finally see the memorial show her son the how much it meant to Learn About Camellias And
shaped bench, a new memorial offer- San Mateo Harvest Festival. 10 Azaleas. Veterans Memorial Senior
designed by a committee of residents her family that her grandfather served a.m. to 5 p.m. 2495 Delaware St., San Center, 1455 Madison Ave., Redwood
ing visitors a quiet place to remember and officials. in World War II as a member of the U.S. Mateo. Cost $4 to $9. Over 24,000 City. Free and family friendly. For
military veterans and their service to handmade gifts, live entertainment, more information call (408) 920-
Belmont resident Randall Ramian, a Air Force. food and KidZone. For more infor- 0884.
the country. With an inscription of the retired U.S. Navy captain, thanked city Im just trying to teach him what it mation contact info@harvestfesti-
quote All Gave Some, Some Gave All officials and residents for recognizing is, she said. Im trying to teach him val.com. Holiday Stress. 11 a.m. to noon. San
on one side and service medallions Mateo Senior Center, 2645 Alameda
veterans and their families with the that we say thank you to our veter- Traditional Japanese Fermented de las Pulgas, San Mateo. Discuss
representing six military branches on Foods Series Class 1: Shio-Koji. 1 strategies for joyous but low stress
the other, the earth-tone bench came as new memorial. Ramian, who retired in ans. holidays. Registration is required. For
p.m. to 2:30 p.m. New Leaf
a result of Councilman Eric Reeds August after 29 years of military serv- Belmont resident Louis Vazquez said Community Markets Community more information call 522-7490.

efforts to honor those who have served ice, said he followed in the footsteps seeing mothers like Gliniak bringing Classroom, 150 San Mateo Road, Half
San Mateo Professional Alliance
Moon Bay. Cost is $28. For more
as well as their families. of his father and grandfather who their children to the memorial meant a information call 726-3110. Networking Lunch. Noon. Mimis
served in the Korean War and World lot. He said he retired from the military Cafe, 2208 Bridgepointe Parkway,
Its really gratifying to see an idea Fairy-tale Comedy for Kids. 1 p.m. San Mateo. Meet new business con-
become a reality, he said. Everyone War I, respectively. Ramian called the 20 years ago after having served in the to 3 p.m. 828 Chestnut St., San nections. New speakers each week.
memorial a fitting tribute to those who Marine Corps for 10 years as well as Carlos. Performance of The Princess For more information call 430-6500.
has been incredibly supportive of this Who Had No Name. Cost $14 stu-
journey. have made sacrifices some with with the special operations forces. dents, $19 adults. Free for children Community Coffee in East Palo
Some two years ago, Reed said he their lives to protect the freedom of Though hes seen memorials in other under 3. For more information con- Alto with Assemblyman Marc
tact eve@sancarloschildrensthe- Berman. 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Express
attended a Vietnam War memorial at the U.S. citizens as well as the freedom of California cities, Vazquez said he was thoughts on community and legisla-
ater.com.
Golden Gate National Cemetery in other countries around the world. eager to see one unveiled where he tive matters. Coffee provided. East
Palo Alto City Hall, 2415 University
Colma and met the mother of Belmont It is important to preserve their lives. Hillsdale High Schools produc-
Ave., East Palo Alto. For more infor-
tion of Les Miserables. 2 p.m.
resident Lars Sundell, a Vietnam War memory with todays and tomorrows Now I want to see one here, he said. Hillsdale High School. 3115 Del mation call 691-2121.
veteran who is buried there. Moved by generation, he said. City Clerk Terri Cook, who served Monte St., San Mateo. Tickets online
NAMI SMC General Meeting. 6:15
are $17 for adults, $12 for students
on the committee that and seniors. Final day of showing. For p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 100 S. San Mateo
designed the memorial with more information and tickets visit Drive, San Mateo. Live music by
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(at the Guard Station on Spruce Street, Rear Parking Lot).
EOE
Sees will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the
requirements of applicable local, state or federal law (including San Francisco Ordinance #131192).

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Jsmith@durhamschoolservices.com 110 Employment on all assignments. months. The internship is unpaid, but resources in the local area,
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terns have progressed in time into
CRAFTERS NEEDED! St. Dunstan
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porters.
203 Public Notices
11am to 7pm, 1133 Broadway, Millbrae.
Call Ann 650-697-4730 or (650)777-9000 College students or recent graduates
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
secretary@saintdunstanchurch.org experience is preferred but not neces-
sarily required. STATEMENT #275332
The following person is doing business
Please send a cover letter describing as: Kemper Electric, 1206 Palm Ave.,
SALES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales your interest in newspapers, a resume REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. Registered
Representative needed to sell newspa- and three recent clips. Before you ap- Owner: Brian Edward Kemper, same ad-
per print and web advertising and event ply, you should familiarize yourself dress. The business is conducted by an
with our publication. Our Web site: Individual. The registrants commenced
marketing solutions. To apply, please call www.smdailyjournal.com. to transact business under their FBN on
650-344-5200 and send resume to 11/11/1988.
info@smdailyjournal.com Send your information via e-mail to
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- /s/Brian E. Kemper/
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- This statement was filed with the Asses-
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 sor-County Clerk on 10/17/2017. (Pub-
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
10/21/17, 10/28/17, 11/4/17, 11/11/17).

NOW HIRING!!! FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME


NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY STATEMENT #275346
Do you have a passion The following person is doing business
for hair & beauty? as: Inishowen Construction, 23 Beresford
TRAIN IN SALON TO BECOME A Court, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Regis-
HAIRSTYLIST AT BARBERIA SALON tered Owner: Patrick R. Moran, same ad-
Looking for hard-working, reliable, self-
dress. The business is conducted by an
motivated people who want to become Individual. The registrants commenced
licensed professional hairstylists. to transact business under their FBN on
Award winning & respected salon in 10.16.17.
Foster City is hiring apprentices. We /s/Patrick R. Moran/
will train, promote and help you obtain This statement was filed with the Asses-
your Cosmetology license while work- sor-County Clerk on 10/18/2017. (Pub-
ing in our 2 year salon program. No lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
experience necessary, all languages 10/21/17, 10/28/17, 11/4/17, 11/11/17).
and cultures welcome.
FULL TIME ONLY MUST BE
AVAILABLE WED & THU EVENINGS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
& SATURDAYS. STATEMENT #275324
For more information, email The following person is doing business
careers@barberiasalon.com as: Almond Kups, 843 Standish Rd., PA-
(650) 349-2414 CIFICA, CA 94044. Registered Owner:
Kathleen Vallejo, same address. The
business is conducted by an Individual.
The registrants commenced to transact
SALES/MARKETING business under their FBN on 10/15/12.
INTERNSHIPS /s/Kathleen Vallejo/
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking This statement was filed with the Asses-
for ambitious interns who are eager to sor-County Clerk on 10/16/2017. (Pub-
jump into the business arena with both
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
of the newspaper and media industries. 10/21/17, 10/28/17, 11/4/17, 11/11/17).
This position will provide valuable
experience for your bright future.
Email resume FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
info@smdailyjournal.com STATEMENT #275363
The following person is doing business
as: The Astronauts, 1199 Johnson St.,
REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. Registered
Owner: Martin Blank, same address.
The business is conducted by an Indi-
DISTRIBUTION vidual. The registrants commenced to
transact business under their FBN on
10/15/2017.
MANAGER /s/Martin Blank/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 10/19/2017. (Pub-
Part Time lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
10/21/17, 10/28/17, 11/4/17, 11/11/17).
Seeking Manager to manage small team and
manage a small newspaper route FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #275371
The following person is doing business

NOW HIRING
as: Sun Flower Massage, 1482 Laurel
Requires early morning work six days per week Mon-Sat. St, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Regis-
Papers are picked up early morning between 3am and 4:30am tered Owner: Tianguang Gao, 823 S.
Norfolk St., SAN MATEO, CA 94401.
The business is conducted by an Individ-
ADVERTISING BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGERS
Email info@smdailyjournal.com ual. The registrants commenced to
transact business under the FBN on
10/19/17.
Prospecting is a key element of this position. You will develop new business /s/Tianguang Gao/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
and manage the sales cycle from start to finish: sor-County Clerk on 10/20/2017. (Pub-
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
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GOT JOBS? FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #275453
The following person is doing business
as: JPF Capital, 1600 W Hillsdale Blvd,
SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Registered
t%FWFMPQBOENBJOUBJOTUSPOHDMJFOUSFMBUJPOTIJQT The best career seekers Owner: JPF Capital Enterprises Inc., CA.
The business is conducted by a Corpora-
t3FQSFTFOUUIF%BJMZ+PVSOBMBUDPNQBOZTQPOTPSFEBOEDPNNVOJUZFWFOUT read the Daily Journal. tion. The registrants commenced to
transact business under the FBN on N/A.
t$POUSJCVUFUPBQPTJUJWFUFBNFOWJSPONFOU /s/Bennett T. Lebherz/
We will help you recruit qualified, talented This statement was filed with the Asses-
individuals to join your company or organization. sor-County Clerk on 10/27/2017. (Pub-
To succeed at the Daily Journal, you will need the following: lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
10/28/17, 11/4/17, 11/11/17, 11/18/17).
t&YQFSJFODFTFMMJOHNFEJBBOEPSTQPOTPSTIJQTBOEJOUFHSBUFENBSLFUJOHDBNQBJHOT The Daily Journals readership covers a wide
t1SPGFTTJPOBMXSJUUFO WFSCBMDPNNVOJDBUJPOBOEJOUFSQFSTPOBMTLJMMT range of qualifications for all types of positions. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #275486
t4USPOHQSFTFOUBUJPOTLJMMT For the best value and the best results, The following person is doing business
as: Johnstone Supply, 1445 San Mateo
t&FDUJWFUJNFNBOBHFNFOUTLJMMT recruit from the Daily Journal... Ave., SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA
94080. Registered Owner: Sunny Enter-
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ducted by a Corporation. The registrants
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the FBN on 8/1/1988.
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to info@smdailyjournal.com Call (650) 344-5200 or /s/Eugene Zahas/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
Email: ads@smdailyjournal.com sor-County Clerk on 10/30/2017. (Pub-
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
11/4/17, 11/11/17, 11/18/17, 11/25/17).
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203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 296 Appliances 304 Furniture 304 Furniture
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 1960'S AvOCADO Osterizer blender ANTIqUE DINING table for six people SEWING STORAGE cabinet, Custom
STATEMENT #275499 STATEMENT #275610 STATEMENT #275311 excellent condition $20.00 (650)596- with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 made wood perfect condition $75.
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business 0513 (650)483-1222
The following person is doing business as: Kare By Karen, 3369 MARISMA ANTIqUE MOHAGANY Bookcase. Four
as: WWW.BLACK-SHEEP.ME, 1001 as: Teaquation + Tonic, 640 Turnbuckle STREET, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
AIR CONDITIONER 10000 BTU w/re- SOFABED, vELOUR, tan, Excellent
Marlin Avenue, FOSTER CITY, CA Dr, #1615, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Registered Owner: Karen Toman, same mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG condition. $95. 808-631-1365.
94404. Registered Owner: Vadim Zhuk, Registered Owner: Teaquation Lab, LLC, address. The business is conducted by brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- ARMCHAIR GOOD condition $55. 650-
same address. The business is conduct- CA. The business is conducted by a Lim- an Individual. The registrants com- 0898 266-3184. SOLID WOOD Entertainment Center-
ed by an Individual. The registrants ited Liability Company. The registrants menced to transact business under the TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
BARzILAY RECORD - fine walnut cre- Speakers, Sony 26 Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
commenced to transact business under commenced to transact business under FBN on N/A. AIR CONDITIONER, Portable, 14,000 denza, 72 x 14.5H. $100. 650-804-
the FBN on N/A. /s/Karen Toman/ BTU, Commercial Cool model X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
the FBN on NA. 3947. Menlo Park. (925)482-5742
/s/Vadim Zhuk/ This statement was filed with the Asses- CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces-
/s/Mercedes Mapua/ sories plus remote included.
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 10/13/2017. (Pub- BEIGE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 20 x 16-5/8 x 33-1/2 $245 OBO. TWIN BED, mattress, box spring, frame
sor-County Clerk on 10/31/2017. (Pub- sor-County Clerk on 11/9/2017. (Publish- (650) 315-2319 $ 50. (650)598-9804.
11/11/17, 11/18/17, 11/25/17, 12/2/17). (650)345-1835
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
11/4/17, 11/11/17, 11/18/17, 11/25/17). BRAND NEW Japanese Cotton Futton- USED BEDROOM Furniture, FREE. Call
11/11/17, 11/18/17, 11/25/17, 12/2/17). AIR POT keeps 2.5 liters (84 oz) hot or Twin Size 72x40x5-$75 (650)573-7381.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME cold all day $19.95 650-595-3933 (650)839-1064.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #275519 WALL UNIT/ROOM Divider. Simple
COLEMAN LXE Roadtrip Grill - CARPET RUNNER: 16ft.X26 Wide. Col- lines. Breaks down for transportation.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME The following person is doing business
STATEMENT #275490 as: Atkinson Recruiting, 914 6th Ave,
Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 or: floral design. good condition $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
The following person is doing business STATEMENT #275576 (650)918-9847 $45.00. (650)266-3184
The following person is doing business REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Regis-
as: Roberts Market, 3015 Woodside tered Owner: Christopher Atkinson, WALNUT CHEST, small (4 drawer with
Road, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94062. as: Buckys, 101 South Blvd, SAN MA- ELECTRIC STOvE From Sears COAT/HAT STAND, solid wood, for your upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
same address. The business is conduct- Excellent Condition $225
Registered Owner: Roberts of Woodside, TEO, CA 94402. Registered Owner: ed by an Individual. The registrants mountain cabin/house. $25. (650)520-
Duxbury Grill, LLC, CA. The business is Please Call (650)244-9267 7045 WOOD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
CA. The business is conducted by a Cor- commenced to transact business under
poration. The registrants commenced to conducted by a Limited Liability Compa- the FBN on 11/1/17. 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
GOOD MICROWAvE 1100 watt $40 Da- COMMODE, GOOD condition. $20 obo.
transact business under the FBN on ny. The registrants commenced to trans- /s/Christopher Atkinson/ ly City (415) 231-4825. Please call (650)745-6309 WOODEN BED frame, single or 3/4 size.
10/1/1965. act business under the FBN on N/A. This statement was filed with the Asses- over 100 years Very good condition. $20.
/s/George Roberts/ /s/Danvers M. Boardman/ sor-County Clerk on 11/1/2017. (Publish- GRAIN MILL, Country Living, Like New COMPUTER SWIvEL CHAIR. Padded 650-322-9598
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, $30.00 (650)697-6763 Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
sor-County Clerk on 10/31/2017. (Pub- sor-County Clerk on 11/7/2017. (Publish- 11/11/17, 11/18/17, 11/25/17, 12/2/17).
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
MFG H20LABS Model 300 exc cond DESK, GD. cond. $99.99 or b.o. 306 Housewares
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. (650)458-3578
11/4/17, 11/11/17, 11/18/17, 11/25/17). 11/11/17, 11/18/17, 11/25/17, 12/2/17). ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CARPET 10 X 14 Area Rug peach (ny-
CHANGE OF NAME REFRIGERATOR COMPACT made by lon) good cond. $99 (415)990-6134
CASE# 17CIV04485 emerson $25.00 good shape joe 650 DINETTE TABLE, 3 adjustable leaf.$30.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 573 5269 (650) 756-9516.Daly City. COMPLETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
STATEMENT #275516 STATEMENT #275562 COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
The following person is doing business ROOM HEATER Electric 1320 Watts, Ar- DINING TABLE (36"x54") and 4 match- 20-pieces in original box, never used.
The following person is doing business 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5.
as: Doo-Dah Express, 430 N Canal St REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for $250 per box (3 boxes available).
as: Vault 164, 164 South B Street, SAN (650)952-3500 $250 .(650)-654-1930. (650)342-5630
#13A, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA MATEO, CA 94401. Registered Owner: PETITION OF
94080. Registered Owner: Viktor Igna- Dennis Berkowitz, 100 Eucalyptus, Sean Matthew Wells SEWING MACHINE-ROYAL XL 6000
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: DRESSER 4-DRAWER in Belmont for CRYSTAL (LEADED glass) lamp $30.
tyuk, 2443 Fillmorer St #273, San Fran- Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150.
cisco, CA 94115. The business is con- HILLSBOROUGH, CA 94010. The busi- Petitioner: Sean Matthew Wells filed a $75. Good condition; good for children. Can send picture. 650-464-7860
(650)342-8436. Call (650)678-8585
ducted by an Individual. The registrants ness is conducted by a Limited Partner- petition with this court for a decree
ship. The registrants commenced to FIREPLACE CANDELABRA with 5 bat-
commenced to transact business under changing name as follows: SEWING MACHINE: Older Singer Porta- DRESSER- ART Deco. 54wide 34 tall tery-operated candles $30.00, 415-990-
the FBN on N/A. transact business under the FBN on. Present Name: Sean Matthew Wells ble sewing machine. Works great. 22deep. $150. (650)888-2662. 6134
/s/Viktor Ignatyuk/ /s/Dennis Berkowitz/ Proposed Name: Sean Matthew Wells- $40.00 (650)207-4162
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- Sveiven
sor-County Clerk on 11/1/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 11/6/2017. (Publish- SHOWTIME ROTISSERIE used once DRESSER- vICTORIAN. 35 tall 308 Tools
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave 48wide 22 deep. W/ mirror 34x42
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, interested in this matter shall appear be- message. ANTIqUE IRON Hand Drills. 3 available
11/11/17, 11/18/17, 11/25/17, 12/2/17). $450. (650)888-2662.
11/4/17, 11/11/17, 11/18/17, 11/25/17). fore this court at the hearing indicated at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- SINGER SEWING Machine. Good condi- DRESSER-ART DECO. Heavy Glass.
tition for change of name should not be tion. $45 obo. San Mateo. Please call Top 51 tall 36 deep 14 wide $150. AS NEW Slkillsaw 7 1/4", 3/4 HP, with 6'
granted. Any person objecting to the (650)745-6309 after 5:00 pm. (650)888-2662. cord, $19.95, 650-595-3933.
name changes described above must file
UNITAP STANDARD centerset bath- CORDLESS DRILL 9.6 volt, great condi-
The San Bruno Planning Commission will meet Tuesday, No- a written objection that includes the rea-
room chrome faucet, complete, $10, 650-
DREXEL HEADBOARD $50. (650)589-
tion, weak battery, $10
sons for the objection at least two court 0764
vember 21, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at the Senior Center, 1555 days before the matter is scheduled to 595-3933
CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno, CA to take action on the fol- be heard and must appear at the hearing ENTERTAINMENT CENTER for $50.
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
vICKS WARM Vaporizer Like New Good shape, blonde, about 5' high.
lowing items. All interested persons are invited to attend. to show cause why the petition should
$10.00 (650)697-6763 (650)726-4102
not be granted. If no written objection is ROCKWELL ROUTER with 6 blades-
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- WHIRLPOOL WASHER DRYER, GE very good condition $20 (650)992-8321
2550 Maywood Drive. Request for a Use Permit to construct tion without a hearing. A hearing on the Refrigerator all working and in good con-
FULL SIzE Mattress/box spring in plastic
a 180 square-foot second-story rear deck facing an abutting with IKEA bed frame like new. $50. SHOPSMITH MARK V 50th Anniversary
petition shall be held on 12/13/17 at 9 dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. (650)504-7579
a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
interior side yard that is greater than ten feet, per Section (650)504-0585
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
12.96.060.D.6 of the San Bruno Municipal Code. Recom- Order to Show Cause shall be published 297 Bicycles GLIDER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
mended Environmental Determination: Categorical Exemption. lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. SKILL 7313 3/4 HP belt sander, 4 belts,
at least once each week for four succes-
ADULT BIKES 1 regular and 2 with bal- manual, perfect, $29.95. 650-595-3933
UP-17-021 sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356
IKEA DRESSER, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
ing on the petition in the following news- 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. vINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa
paper of general circulation: 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
553 3rd Avenue. Request for a Use Permit to replace the ex- San Mateo Daily Journal CHILDS SCHWINN BICYCLE, BLUE in IKEA TABLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
isting rear addition with a larger rear addition that would cumu- Filed: 10/13/2017 good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. $ 30. (650)598-9804. vINTAGE SHOPSMITH and BAND
latively expand the building by more than 50% (83%), per Sec- /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ NEW 12" girls bike w/ training wheels SAW, good shape. $300/obo. Call
Judge of the Superior Court LEATHER SECTIONAL sofa with otto- (650)342-6993
tion 12.200.030.B.1 of the SBMC. Recommended Environ- Dated: 10/5/2017
$75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave man. Like brand new! $300.
mes (650) 861-2411.
mental Determination: Categorical Exemption. UP-17-014 (Published 10/21/17, 10/28/17, 11/4/17,
11/11/17) LIvING ROOM Table, good condition.
2018 Willow Way. Request for a Use Permit to construct a 298 Collectibles $30. (415)231-4825
X-ACTO DELUXE Complete woodcarv-
ing set-new $15 (650)992-8321
714 square-foot, first floor addition and a 525 square foot sec- BILLY DEE Williams autographed Star LOvE CHAIR, velour, tan. $50.
ond floor addition, which increases the gross floor area of the Wars action figure: Lando Calrissian,
space smuggler. $35 Steve (650)518-
808-631-1365. 309 Office Equipment
existing home by greater than 50% (80%), per Section ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
CHANGE OF NAME 6614 LOvE SEAT, Upholstered pale yellow LAPTOP CASE or bag. Black. Like new.
12.200.030.B.1. of the SBMC. Recommended Environmental CASE# 17CIv04579 floral $99. (650)574-4021 Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564.
Determination: Categorical Exemption. UP-17-017 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, FRAMED LEBRON James painting,
NEW DELUXE Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, 25"x21"; $99-will text photo; 650-591- 310 Misc. For Sale
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, 9769, San Carlos ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
1199 El Camino Real. Request for an appeal of an Architec- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 Sell! (650) 875-8159.
500-600 BIG Band-era 78's--most mint,
tural Review Committee decision on a project proposing to PETITION OF NEW TWIN Mattress set plus frame no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
construct a 249 square foot whale mouth faade attached to Georgiy Akimov HUMMELS (2) 1980s $20 ea. Call
(650)344-4756. $30.00 (650) 347-2356
the exit of an existing car wash, per Section 12.108.040 of the TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: BESSY SMALL Evening Hand Bag With
Petitioner: Georgiy Akimov filed a petition OAK 25 Bottle wine cabinet with etched Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
SBMC. Recommended Environmental Determination: Catego- with this court for a decree changing LENNOX RED Rose, Unused, hand
glass inset. Not refrigerated. $50/obo
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
rical Exemption. APL-17-001 name as follows: $12.00. (650) 578 9208. (650)646-8530 BIFOLD SHUTTERS 2x28x79 $10.00
Present Name: Georgiy Akimov (650)544-5306
Proposed Name: George Akimov OFFICE SWIvEL Chair, good condition.
3300 College Drive. Request for the Planning Commission to MILLER LITE Neon sign , work good
$25. (415)231-4825 BOBBY HULL Hockey Game Great
$59 call (650)218-6528
adopt resolutions recommending that the City Council approve THE COURT ORDERS that all persons Cont. ,1960s $50 (415)269-4784
a General Plan Amendment, Zoning Code Amendment, Vest- interested in this matter shall appear be- SUPREMES GREATEST Hits, 2 album OFFICE TABLE, 24"x48" HD. folding
legs each end. 500# capacity. Cost CAPTEL PHONE Message on its
ing Tentative Map, two Planned Development Permits, and fore this court at the hearing indicated set, $10; 591-9769 San Carlos (650)591- screen. Like new used twice $25
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- 9769 $130. Sell $60, (650)591-4141
environmental determination to allow the construction of a 30 (650)871-8907
tition for change of name should not be
multi-family dwelling units in two buildings and 40 single family granted. Any person objecting to the
299 Computers OFFICE TYPE 34"X 60" heavy solid CASH REGISTER Parts; Much Skin Not
homes, pursuant to Section 12.96.190 and 12.36 of the name changes described above must file Guts $500 (415)269-4784
a written objection that includes the rea- wood with formica wood grain top $25
SBMC. Recommended Environmental Determination: Less- sons for the objection at least two court RECORDABLE CD-R 74, Sealed, Unop- (650) 787-9753
DOORS FRENCH 2x28x79 w/5 lights
than-significant impacts with implementation of mitigation days before the matter is scheduled to ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
(650) 578 9208 ORNATE LARGE BOOKCASE: Two $12.00 (650)544-5306
measures identified in an Environmental Impact Report certi- be heard and must appear at the hearing Pieces 5Ft across by 7ft tall Paid $2500
to show cause why the petition should LIONEL CHRISTMAS Holiday expan-
fied in December 2015 (Certified EIR) for the San Mateo not be granted. If no written objection is 300 Toys asking $500 CALL(650)345-9199. sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
County Community College Districts (District) Facilities Master timely filed, the court may grant the peti- ORNATE MAHOGANY headboard with
DOLL HOUSE w/ furniture $50.00 new LIONEL WESTERN Union Pass car and
Plan Amendment. The Certified EIR evaluated a 71-unit resi- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the gold trim $60. (650)589-0764 dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
petition shall be held on 12/12/17 at 9 joe 650 573 5269
dential project at Skyline College. The City has prepared an a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, PINE DOUBLE/qUEEN head/foot board LUGGAGE, RED, 21" NEW Samsonite
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plemental or subsequent environmental analysis is necessary Order to Show Cause shall be published Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 8530
beyond the EIR Addendum because the proposed project is at least once each week for four succes-
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- ROLLERBLADES, GOOD condition. PORTABLE MASSAGE Table (Sierra NEGRINI FENCING Epee mask size M
substantially similar to the project analyzed in the 2015 Certi- ing on the petition in the following news-
Size 10 $25 OBO. Please call (650)745- Comfort). Very good condition. $50. & France Lames 5 epee blade $95
fied EIR and no other substantial changes have occurred, pur- 6309 (650)871-1778.
paper of general circulation: (415)260-6940
suant to CEQA Guidelines Sections 15162, 15163, and 15164. San Mateo Daily Journal STAR WARS one 4 orange card ac- RETRO HUTCH Needs refinishing other-
Filed: 10/26/2017 POWERTEL PHONE for hard of hearing.
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tion figure, Momaw Nadon (Hammer- wise good condition. Top detaches from Like new used 1 month. $20. (650)871-
head). $8 Steve (650)518-6614 bottom $25. (650)712-9962
Judge of the Superior Court 8907
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310 Misc. For Sale 318 Sports Equipment 470 Rooms 635 vans 670 Auto Service
SAMSONITE 26" tan hard-sided suit ONE DOzEN Official League Diamond WINDSTAR 98 Van - Registered until
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case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
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Sept 2018, 250K miles runs great, new
Alternator, 2 new tires last month. Great
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ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz Sell your vehicle in the
with mounting hardware and other parts
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670 Auto Parts
ric, Cute $75.00 (650)678-5371
6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439 Daily Journals AUTOMOBILE HYDRAULIC floor jack
SUITCASE, GREEN, hard-side, 21x15,
good condition, photo available, $15. WOMENS RAICHEL ski boots, size 6 ? Auto Classifieds. 645 Boats $5.00. Bob (650)524-0051
(650)392-4841 $ 50. 650 888-5808 .
2003 P-15 West Wight Potter sailboat, BRIDGESTONE ALENzA 235/65R17,
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(650)458-3255 (650)347-2559
24x16 and 26x18. Photo available. Well run it used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
$35 for both. (650)392-4841
319 Firewood til you sell it! HARBERCRAFT 16, 40 hp 4 stroke en-
FREE: 2 unmounted tires V.G. condition
SUITCASES (2), teal, soft-side, 25x17 gine, Bimini Top, Down Riggers, EZ
and 29x19. Like new. Photo available. Load Trailer, New Condition, $7,500 for Toyota, incl Prius 124 Myrtle Burlin-
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$40 for both. (650)392-4841 BTU-Acacia Wood $200 Half Cord $350 Reach 83,450 drivers (650)369-7230Harbercraft 16, 40 hp 4 game (in driveway)
stroke engine, Bimini Top, Down Rig-
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TAYLOR-TOT(1947) MY First Ride $20
(415)269-4784 335 Rugs Palo Alto $7,500 (650)369-7230 one only for sale $50 (650)814-9737 to
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275 gallons. 48" x 46" x 39" $225. ORIENTAL RUG 10x14 Karastan 100% SEA RAY 16 FT . I/B. $1,200. Needs obo. 650-745-6309
(650)771-6324 wool, dark red with oriental pattern, ex- Upholstery. Call (650)898-5732.
cellent condition, clean never any pets BMW 07 X-5, One Owner, Excel. Condi-
on carpet. $500 (650)591-6283 tion Sports package 3rd row seats re- WHITE STAR Tire Chains, never used.
311 Musical Instruments duced $19,995 obo Call (650)520-4650 670 Auto Service P195/75R14. $25 obo. 650-745-6309.
BALDWIN SPINET Piano. Very good 335 Garden Equipment BMW08 528i. Excellent Condition
condition. $95. (650)342-9834.
CHAIN SAW, 16 ,Craftsmen ,electric,
101,000 miles-priced to sell $7985
Bob (650)349-6969. AA SMOG 680 Autos Wanted
CHROMATIC HARMONICA: Horner $55. 650 888-5808 Complete Repair & Service
The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, CADILLAC 02 Deville, 8 cylinder, per- Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
$29.75 plus certificate fee
(650)278-5776. 340 Camera & Photo Equip. fect condition, like new, cashmere out- (most cars)
Novas, running or not
side white inside 4787 miles $13,000.
869 California Drive . Parts collection etc.
OMEGA B600 Condenser Enlarger, In- (415)850-2370
EXCELLENT vIOLIN, previously owned, Burlingame So clean out that garage
struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
first violinist SF Symphony, Mellow larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940 CHEvROLET 2001 Silverado 2500 in Give me a call
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FENDER MUSTANG I guitar amplifier
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HUGE LUDWIG Drum Set Silver Sparkle
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625 Classic Cars Awakens 11 Shh! Dont tell
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35 Kia subcompacts
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pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
from South San Francisco LEXUS 06 RX400H, 163K miles, good 42 Prefix with ski or
condition, $9,800. (650)302-5523
MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new, to Palo Alto. pad
rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 43 John Williams
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NIKE AIR shoes, white, size 10, hardly
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met $25 obo (650)591-6842
EASTON ALUMINUM bat.33 inches, 30
oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
GOLF CLUBS {13}, Bag, & Pull Cart all--
$90.00 (650)341-8342
GOLF CLUBS, used set with Cart for
$50. (650)593-4490
MEN'S ROSSIGNOL Skis. $95.00,
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WOMANS SKI Boots, Nordica, size 8
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