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Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 • Vol XI, Edition 151

Budget deficit sparks talk of cuts,layoffs,tax

Redwood City Council asks departments for three lists to avoid using reserves
By Michelle Durand idea of increases wants depart- multi-million dollar deficit. cials disagree over what to spare.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF to its utility tax ment heads to Although there are some areas in For instance, Councilman Ian
and business make three serv- which the city must commit some Bain feels nonprofits are not a luxu-
Redwood City officials hope to license fee and is ice lists — core, level of responsibility, such as ry and should not automatically
bridge a multi-million dollar deficit hopeful unions mandatory and police, Mayor Jeff Ira said that land on the chopping block. He’d
with a triple attack of labor conces- will help out quality of life — nothing and no one is considered off rather look at initiatives pursued a
sions, revenue enhancements and with concessions to help decide limits. couple years back that he said were
for salary and what to cut and not as effective as hoped. He
organizational revamps that will “There are absolutely no sacred
benefits. The who to lay off in declined to specify which ones,
spare them dipping into reserves. council also bridging a cows,” Ira said.
The City Council is exploring the Jeff Ira Ian Bain The challenge may be when offi- See BUDGET, Page 23

Who might
police Half
Moon Bay?
City shopping around for services
as Feb.24 deadline drawing closer
By Bill Silverfarb for the service
Mateo Police
At least three agencies have Department con-
expressed interest in taking over tinues to evalu-
police services for the city of Half ate Half Moon
Moon Bay as a request for proposals Bay’s request.
deadline quickly nears. San Mateo
PHOTO COURTESY OF NEW LEAF COMMUNITY MARKETS Yesterday, Lee Violett, the city’s Police Chief
Chef and curemaster,Paul Bertolli,will present a cooking demonstration featuring traditional Italian cured meats interim police chief, held a pre-bid- Lee S u s a n
made by his company Fra’Mani Handcrafted Foods on Thursday,Feb.10,at the New Leaf Community Market in der conference with officials from Manheimer said
Violett yesterday she
Half Moon Bay. the San Mateo County Sheriff’s
Office, Pacifica and San Mateo was not sure whether her depart-

Passing on traditions police departments.

The Sheriff’s Office and Pacifica
Police Department will likely bid
ment would make a proposal to Half
Moon Bay.
See PATROL, Page 23
Salumi curemaster shares history of cured meats
By Heather Murtagh
ness demand for a variety of fer-
mented meats. On Thursday,
For Bertolli, the love of quality
fermented meat and food in general
City eases company’s move
Each family has that special tradi-
Bertolli will be at New Leaf
Community Market in Half Moon
is deep rooted.
“I grew up in an Italian family. We
SunEdison to move headquarters
tional food passed down through the
Bay allowing people to not only
taste his goods but talk about the
always had fantastic food around
the house and I was keen on eating,” to Belmont,city waives permit fees
It’s that taste shared through the kinds of meat, how to recognize said Bertolli. By Bill Silverfarb Agency, voted to waive construction
centuries we often crave as an adult quality and pairing options to truly Orchards around the home pro- DAILY JOURNAL STAFF and building permit fees last night
wanting to regain a sense of com- bring out the best in the meat. vided lots of fruit. Family provided for Maryland-based SunEdison so it
fort. For Paul Bertolli, founder and “We are very excited to have chef the opportunity for Bertolli to An East Coast solar company will will relocate its headquarters to a
Bertolli presenting his wonderful appreciate food but also learn about move its headquarters to Belmont as building on Clipper Drive.
curemaster for Berkeley-based salu-
it. His grandfather, a pork butcher the city agreed to forgo tens of thou- SunEdison, a solar electricity
mi producer Fra’ Mani, it was a long line of Italian cured meats at our
who set up shop on the south side of sands of dollars in permit fees to technology company, wants to move
tradition of cured meats that was no store. He is very well-known and its headquarters to a partially vacant
longer readily available. Presenting admired in our food community Chicago, would send salami and make the move possible.
commercial office building within
the delicacy at his restaurants, here at New Leaf,” said Marketing The Belmont City Council, acting
Bertolli realized there was a busi- Director Sarah Owens. See MEAT, Page 22 as the city’s Redevelopment See BELMONT, Page 23
2 Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Quote of the Day Snapshot Inside

“We’ve been living a certain Valentine’s
fantasy based on cheap mortgages, Day cooking
cheap money and a very deregulated Recipes
to please the
environment that allowed the bubble to one you love
grow.And now the bubble has burst, See pages
and we got to deal with it.” 20-22
— Gov.Jerry Brown
“Brown pitches budget plan to lawmakers,” see page 6

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Lotto This Day in History Thought for the Day

Jefferson Davis was elected provisional “The man who has eaten enough
Feb. 5 Super Lotto Plus
7 9 12 34 44
Mega number
Daily Four
7 8 0 6 1861 president of the Confederate States of
America at a congress held in
Montgomery, Ala.
will never believe a hungry one.”
— Albanian proverb.

Feb. 8 Mega Millions Daily three midday

In 1773, the ninth president of the United States, William
Henry Harrison, was born in Charles City County, Va. Birthdays
25 35 36 47 48 18 2 6 0 In 1825, the House of Representatives elected John Quincy
Mega number
Daily three evening Adams president after no candidate received a majority of elec-
Fantasy Five toral votes.
0 4 6 In 1870, the U.S. Weather Bureau was established.
14 20 23 26 35 In 1943, the World War II battle of Guadalcanal in the south-
west Pacific ended with an Allied victory over Japanese forces.
The Daily Derby race winners are Gold Rush,No. In 1950, in a speech in Wheeling, W.Va., Sen. Joseph
1,in first place;Eureka,No.7,in second palce;and McCarthy (R-Wis.) charged the State Department was riddled
Winning Spirit,No.9,in third place.The race time with Communists.
was clocked at 1:47.89. Actress Mia Farrow Country singer Actress Camille
In 1961, The Beatles (with Stu Sutcliffe and Pete Best) first is 66. Travis Tritt is 48. Winbush is 21.
performed at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, England.
State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 In 1964, The Beatles made their first live American television Television journalist Roger Mudd is 83. Actress Janet
Opinion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” broadcast from New Suzman is 72. Actress-politician Sheila James Kuehl (kyool)
Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 York on CBS. (“The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis”) is 70. Singer-songwriter
Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-18 Carole King is 69. Actor Joe Pesci is 68. Singer Barbara Lewis
In 1971, a magnitude 6.6 earthquake in California’s San
Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-22 is 68. Author Alice Walker is 67. Sen. Jim Webb (D-Va.) is 65.
Datebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Fernando Valley claimed 65 lives. The crew of Apollo 14
returned to Earth after man’s third landing on the moon. Singer Joe Ely is 64. Actress Judith Light is 62. Rhythm-and-
Comics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 blues musician Dennis “DT” Thomas (Kool & the Gang) is 60.
Classifieds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-30 In 1984, Soviet leader Yuri V. Andropov died at age 69, less
than 15 months after succeeding Leonid Brezhnev; he was suc- Actor Charles Shaughnessy is 56. Former Democratic National
Nation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,31 Chairman Terry McAuliffe is 54. Jazz musician Steve Wilson
World . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 ceeded by Konstantin U. Chernenko (chehr-NYEN’-koh).
is 50. Actress Julie Warner is 46. Country singer Danni Leigh
In 2002, Britain’s Princess Margaret, sister of Queen Elizabeth
is 41. Actor Jason George is 39. Actor-producer Charlie Day is
Publisher Editor in Chief II, died in London at age 71. 35. Rock singer Chad Wolf (Carolina Liar) is 35. Actor A.J.
Jerry Lee Jon Mays Ten years ago: A U.S. Navy submarine, the USS Greeneville, Buckley (TV: “CSI: NY”) is 34. Rock musician Richard On collided with a Japanese fishing boat, the Ehime Maru (eh-hee- (O.A.R.) is 32. Actress Ziyi Zhang is 32. Actor David
mee mah-roo), while surfacing off the Hawaiian coast, killing Gallagher is 26. Actress Marina Malota is 23. Actor Jimmy
Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . (650) 344-5200 Fax: (650) 344-5290 nine men and boys aboard the boat. Bennett is 15.
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Classifieds: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Do you know who says “Take A Bite Actor John Ritter (1948-2003) did the
Events: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Out Of Crime”? See answer at end. voice of Clifford the Big Red Dog in
News: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delivery: . . . . . . . . . . . . . *** “Clifford’s Really Big Movie” (2004).
Career: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . In the 1959 Disney movie, “The Shaggy ***
800 S. Claremont St., Ste. 210, San Mateo, Ca. 94402 Dog” Tommy Kirk (born 1941) plays Higgins (1959–1975), the dog that
Wilby Daniels, a young boy who starred as the original Benji in the 1974
changes into a sheepdog. In the sequel movie “Benji,” was adopted from the
THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME “The Shaggy D.A.” (1976) Dean Jones Burbank Animal Shelter when he was a
by Mike Argirion and Jeff Knurek
(born 1933) plays an older Wilby, now a puppy.
Unscramble these four Jumbles,
one letter to each square,
lawyer who changes into a sheepdog. ***
*** Terry (1933-1944), the dog that played
NEW BIBLE Jumble Books Go To:

to form four ordinary words.

WHYSO The character of Lassie started as a short Toto, broke her foot during the filming
Superman had a dog named Krypto, story published in the Saturday Evening of “The Wizard of Oz” (1939).
introduced in Adventure Comics in Post in 1938. The first of many Lassie ***
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All Rights Reserved. 1955. Like Superman, Krypto was from movies was “Lassie Come Home” Before the Jetsons adopted their dog
TELIE Krypton and the same superpowers as (1943) starring Roddy McDowall (1928- Astro, he belonged to a millionaire
his master. 1998). The television series “Lassie” named Mr. Gottrockets.
*** (1954-1974) aired for 20 years. ***
Richie Rich, the richest kid in the world, *** In 1902, Buster Brown and his dog Tige
LADPIL had a dog named Dollar. It was a “dol- Three dogs have stars on the Hollywood debuted in a Sunday comic strip in the
larmatian,” like a dalmation but with Walk of Fame – Lassie, Rin Tin Tin and New York Herald. A few years later, the
dollar signs instead of spots. Strongheart. characters became mascots of the Brown
LUSHIM *** *** Shoe Company. Midgets and little boys
Now arrange the circled letters The Chihuahua that said “Yo Quiero “My Life as a Dog” (2000) is an autobi- dressed like Buster Brown traveled the
to form the surprise answer, as
suggested by the above cartoon.
Taco Bell” in Taco Bell commercials ography of Moose, the Jack Russell country with dogs dressed like Tige urg-
weighed 8 pounds and was 11 inches Terrier that played Eddie on “Frasier” ing kids to buy Buster Brown shoes.
A: “ ’ A ” tall. (1993-2004). The book is a canine per- ***
(Answers tomorrow) *** spective on life, actually written by Answer: McGruff the Crime Dog.
Jumbles: GUIDE CARGO BEETLE PRIMER Scooby Doo had a cousin named Scooby Brian Hargrove (born 1956). Created in 1980, McGruff is the mascot
Answer: You might say that a veterinarian has this —
A “PET” DEGREE Dum and a brother named Yabba Doo. *** for the National Crime Prevention
He had a nephew named Scrappy Doo. Artist Brad Anderson (born 1924) creat- Council to build crime awareness
*** ed the Marmaduke comic strip in 1954. among children.
When the sheepdog Hot Dog first He based the comic dog on a 170-pound
appeared in Archie Comics in 1968 he Great Dane he had as a child named
belonged to Archie. In the next comic Marmaladee. Know It All is by Kerry McArdle. It runs in
book, and all thereafter, Hot Dog was *** the weekend and Wednesday editions of the
Jughead’s pet. Daily Journal. Questions? Comments? E-
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 3

Report highlights San Bruno fire effort Police reports

When Good Samaritans go bad
Coordinated response went well,some improvements needed A man was going door to door telling
people he found a neighborhood cat that
By Heather Murtagh trucks, two volunteers helped locate victims. In total, the had been featured on a poster on the street
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF breathing sup- Sheriff’s Office provided 789 volunteer hours on Hastings Avenue in Redwood City
ports, seven bat- and 3,852 paid hours of work. before 9:55 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13.
Employees from around San Mateo County talion chiefs and An estimated $55 million in personal prop-
logged thousands of hours in San Bruno after two incident dis- erty damage occurred around the site. The
the Sept. 9 Glenview neighborhood natural patchers, blast resulted in a crater on Glenview Drive, SAN MATEO
gas line explosion and fire and despite the Mahaley wrote. which will remain until investigations are Theft. An iPod was stolen from an office on
tragedy, officials report many things went Within 24 complete, District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe the 2000 block of Kehoe Avenue before 1:42
right. minutes, five patients were transported via said earlier this week. Fencing was placed p.m. Thursday, Feb. 3.
A 14-page report on how county services ambulance to Peninsula Hospital. Eighteen around the large hole by the Department of Burglary. An iPod Touch was taken from a
were used in response to the Sept. 9 explosion people out of the 57 reported injuries were Public Works, Mahaley wrote. locked locker on the 900 block of Alameda de
and fire found a need to continue regular train- transported by ambulance. Dispatch experi- A number of other agencies lent a hand. las Pulgas before 8:31 p.m. Wednesday, Feb.
ing and improve communication opportunities enced 151 percent more calls during the first The Human Services Agency, for example, 2.
through radio and cell phones. Otherwise, the part of the explosion and fire, Mahaley wrote. provided 400 hours of assistance including Suspicious circumstances. A person was
report, written by Stephen Mahaley, San Cal Fire supported the effort with 281 peo- round-the-clock help at the emergency opera- complaining about burned grass on the 300
Mateo County Sheriff’s Area Office of ple, four air tankers, a helicopter and two air tions center through Sept. 13, Mahaley wrote.
block of Elm Street before 3:57 p.m.
Emergency Services district coordinator, traffic-control planes to prevent the spread of Most things went well, but Mahaley noted
Thursday, Jan. 27.
highlighted emergency responses to a six- the fire through the neighborhood or communications could be improved.
Crestmoor Canyon. Theft. A contract employee stole Lotto tickets
alarm fire that went pretty smoothly. For example, the county’s emergency oper-
The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office sent from an out of order machine on the 800 block
Calls about an explosion with flames came ations center was located in a room with no
members of various departments to help with of North Delaware Street before 8:21 a.m.
in at 6:11 p.m. Sept. 9 sending out three fire cell phone service. In the area of the fire, cell
the evacuation of about 400 homes. Working Wednesday, Jan. 26.
engines and one truck and one battalion chief. phone service was overloaded causing more
with the Sheriff’s Transit Bureau, which made Burglary. Three storage units were broken
Two minutes later, a second alarm was acti- communication problems. Updated radios
arrangement for two buses, people were into on the 100 block of 24th Avenue before
vated sending more support, according to would have come in handy. In addition,
directed to a temporary staging area at Bay 12:58 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26.
Mahaley’s report. San Bruno’s Engine 52 establishing a central information center
Hill Shopping Center. Thirty-four traffic and Stolen vehicle. A vehicle was stolen from the
arrived first reporting extreme heat. The six- working with both the city and county would
security posts were created around the area. 3200 block of Casa de Campo before 12:30
alarm fire resulted in the dispatch canter send- be beneficial in any future emergency, he
Twenty-seven Sheriff’s Search and Rescue wrote. a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25.
ing 22 San Mateo County engines, four ladder
Hit and run. A hit and run occurred at the
intersection of 19th Avenue and South Grant

S.F. tries to lure Twitter to Mid-Market Street before 5:08 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25.

BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE Market Street between Fifth and 10th streets. Kim said that she, the mayor and Chiu have Assault with deadly weapon. A woman in
Any other company that pays payroll taxes met with management at Twitter, and they are
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee joined the emergency room said her friend had been
— those with payrolls above $250,000 — “very excited” about the proposal.
Supervisors David Chiu and Jane Kim at City shot and was outside at the intersection of
would also be eligible for the exemption, Twitter has “been in lockstep” with the city
Hall Tuesday afternoon to announce a plan Hilton and Cedar streets before 8:42 p.m.
according to the proposal, which was while it formulates its plan for the Mid-
that would offer tax exemptions to Twitter Inc. Wednesday, Jan. 26.
announced just before yesterday’s board meet- Market area, Lee said. The company is “bust-
and other companies to the city’s Mid-Market Gun shots heard. There were gun shots heard
ing and introduced by Kim at the meeting. ing out at the seams” at their current location,
neighborhood. on Seaport Boulevard before 8:57 a.m.
Kim said at the board meeting that if Twitter 795 Folsom St., he said.
The microblogging company, currently Friday, Jan. 14.
were to move to the Mid-Market, it would Twitter currently has about 350 employees,
located in the South of Market neighborhood, but it expects to increase to 600 by the end of Petty Theft. A bottle of Hennessy was stolen
provide an “anchor tenant” for the area, which
would be exempt from payroll taxes for new has been affected by blight and public safety this year and 3,000 in the next five years, Lee on El Camino Real before 11:19 p.m. Friday,
employees for six years if it moved on or near issues. said. Jan. 14.
4 Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 LOCAL/STATE THE DAILY JOURNAL

Think tank selects Jane Couple charged with welfare fraud

Harman as new leader By Michelle Durand
Using the fraudulent income
information, the couple qualified
he said.
If convicted, they each face up to
By Kevin Freking ference that for three years of food stamps and three years in prison, Wagstaffe
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS she’ll try to cre-
A San Mateo County mechanic one year of general assistance said.
ate a “safe polit-
and his wife bilked the welfare sys- through the CalWorks program. HSA couldn’t disclose more
WASHINGTON — Rep. Jane ical space” for
former col- tem of more than $25,000 in money Altogether, the couple is accused to about the couple’s specific case but
Harman is moving from one of the taking $25,476 to which they
leagues and and food stamps by falsely claiming spokeswoman Amanda Kim said
nation’s most partisan stages to one
members of the he was self-employed when he weren’t entitled. the agency works to prevent fraud
that considers itself as being one of
administration actually earned quadruple the The county Human Services like that with which they are
the least.
The Democratic lawmaker so that they can amount claimed while working at a Agency brought the allegations to charged. The procedures include a
repair shop, according to prosecu- the District Attorney’s Office, statewide finger print system, an
announced Tuesday that she would Jane Harman evaluate and
tors. which last July charged the couple
be resigning her seat in the House discuss issues income verification system and two
near the end of the month to without fear of a backlash. The cen- Dennis Gomez-Flores, 31, and each with two felony counts of wel- state databases that cross-reference
become the next president and chief ter’s mission is to bring together Jennifer Marie Gomez, 29, both fare fraud and eight counts of per- applicants. There are also manual
executive officer at the nonpartisan policy experts and political leaders perjured themselves by signing jury. In January, they declined to checks of paperwork like bank
Woodrow Wilson International to debate the nation’s most pressing documents listing his salary as $600 have a preliminary hearing on the statements and pay stubs.
Center for Scholars. She officially foreign and domestic policy issues. a month as a self-employed evidence. On Tuesday, each pleaded When cases are flagged as sus-
takes the helm on Feb. 28. “I’ve said for years the best poli- mechanic which makes them both not guilty in Superior Court. pect — about 200 per month, Kim
The Democratic lawmaker has cy is made in the center,” Harman liable, according to District Meanwhile, they remain free from said — they are referred to a special
served eight terms representing a said. Attorney Steve Wagstaffe. custody on their own recognizance. investigations unit.
suburban Los Angeles district. She Harman said she was first con- In actuality, Gomez-Flores The case is actually fairly routine
is a leading voice for Democrats on tacted by a search committee after reportedly earned $550 a week but notable now only because wel-
intelligence and security issues. the November elections. She said from 2002 to 2008 and $650 per fare fraud isn’t as prevalent as it Michelle Durand can be reached by e-
Harman built a reputation as a nothing was finalized until an offer week in 2009 and 2010, Wagstaffe once was, Wagstaffe said. mail: or
moderate. She said at a press con- was made on Monday. said. “We used to see it all the time,” by phone: (650) 344-5200 ext. 102.
THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL/STATE Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 5

Judge tours lethal Teenager charged with

friend’s death in crash
injection chamber
By Paul Elias be used to carry out executed inmates, and a
By Michelle Durand

The allegedly drunk teenage driver whose

17-year-old passenger died after his car set off
a multi-vehicle crash near Brisbane Saturday
mph toward cars stopped
for an unrelated accident.
Unable to stop in time,
Quintero reported veered
to the right, crossing over
two lanes of traffic and
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS holding cell where condemned prisoners will night was formally charged with gross vehicu- rear-ended a car that hit
spend the last six hours of their lives. lar manslaughter but won’t enter a plea until into a third before stop-
SAN QUENTIN — A federal judge convened Fogel said after the hearing that he would rule next week. ping. No one was injured
a most unusual hearing Tuesday at San Quentin as soon as possible but wanted to convene at Sean Danniel Quintero, 18, appeared in San in those two vehicles but
Prison. least two more hearings in his courtroom before Mateo County Superior Court Monday on that Sean Quintero inside Quintero’s car two
Nearly all the routine court trappings were scheduling a mini-trial called an evidentiary charge plus other counts of driving while of the passengers had
missing as U.S. District Court Judge Jeremy hearing that will precede his final decision. intoxicated and causing injury. Quintero asked minor injuries like bruising and chest pain.
Fogel toured the state’s new, $900,000 death Fogel halted executions in the state in early for a court-appointed attorney and declined to Qaqish was thrown forward by the impact
chamber as part of proceedings aimed at helping 2006 and ordered prison officials to improve enter pleas to the charges until both return to and knocked unconscious. Authorities have
him decide whether to restart lethal injections in training procedures and fix flaws in the old court Feb. 18. not said whether she was wearing a seat belt.
California — a procedure he put on hold five death chamber the judge called too dim and Meanwhile, the family of Margaret Qaqish She died at the hospital.
years ago. cramped to humanely carry out an execution. readies their good-byes. Qaqish would have The California Highway Patrol reported
The judge was 70 miles from his regular Lawyers with the state attorney general’s turned 18 this Saturday and leaves behind her finding an open alcohol container in the car
courtroom in San Jose and wore a business suit office want an immediate resumption of execu- parents and two siblings along with other fam- and Quintero’s blood alcohol level 90 minutes
as he and two dozen lawyers, prison officials tions, arguing the brightly lit and antiseptic ily. Qaqish, the eldest, was a senior at Baden later tested .15 and .16.
and other observers took a one-hour tour of the lethal injection facility addresses the concerns High School in South San Francisco and Everybody in the car had been drinking,
chamber. of the judge. aspired to help others, her parents said. according to the San Mateo County District
Every question the judge and lawyers asked The judge showed no emotion and gave no On Feb. 5, Qaqish was in a car belonging to Attorney’s Office.
prison staff was recorded by a court reporter, indication whether he was persuaded the new Quintero’s mother, sitting in the middle of the Quintero is being held without bail. If con-
who wheeled along on a chair with a stenogra- death house passed constitutional muster. rear seat, as they and two other teens drove victed of the charges, he could receive up to
pher’s machine. A transcript will be sent to the San Quentin Lt. Sam Robinson led the tour back to South San Francisco after a night of 11 years in prison. Unlike simple vehicular
9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to consider and was peppered with a range of questions reported heaving drinking in Daly City and manslaughter, the gross negligence allegation
during an inevitable appeal of Fogel’s eventual such as where the lethal injections were stored San Francisco. At approximately 3:30 a.m., as means Quintero is accused of acting in a man-
ruling. and whether the lights would be turned off in the group loudly discussed what radio station ner in which he knew or should have known
At one point, the entourage passed a gurney to witness areas during executions. should play, Quintero drove at roughly 60 could cause death.
6 Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 LOCAL/STATE THE DAILY JOURNAL

Brown pitches budget plan to lawmakers

By Judy Lin reducing hours at some state parks. And the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “We’ve been living a certain fantasy based on cheap California Fairs Alliance warns that Brown’s
mortgages,cheap money and a very deregulated plan would put 29 fairs out at risk of closure.
SACRAMENTO — California lawmakers Brown is scheduled to hear concerns from
can’t avoid making tough choices after the environment that allowed the bubble to grow.And business leaders later this week.
recent mortgage meltdown and credit crisis now the bubble has burst,and we got to deal with it.” “Everybody would like this not to be,” Brown
unmasked the state’s structural deficit, said said. “I think it’s fair to say people are hoping
— Gov.Jerry Brown against hope that there’s another way besides
Gov. Jerry Brown in launching a new round of
legislative visits Tuesday to sell his budget-bal- “Also I think another important point; this is the includes about $12.5 billion in spending cuts cuts or tax extensions, or just carrying on as we
ancing plan. first decade in American history where we have and borrowing. He wants to ask voters in a June are.”
The governor said Democratic leaders are as fewer jobs than we had 10 years before. And special election to extend the income, sales and Brown said he hopes to get Republican sup-
reluctant to cut services as Republicans are that’s a sign of a wrenching adjustment. And vehicle tax increases for an additional five years port to put the tax extension up for a statewide
opposed to temporary tax extensions, but this is part of it.” as part of a plan to raise $12 billion. vote, but minority party members remain
rebuffing his budget plan would leave the state The state faces a $25.4 billion, or 30 percent, Lawmakers have begun a series of committee opposed. GOP support in both houses is neces-
in deeper financial straits. Instead, he urged shortfall through mid-2012 despite a series of hearings to review Brown’s plan and they are sary to pass the measure on a two-thirds vote.
members of both parties to “face the music and budget cutbacks and temporary taxes negotiat- hearing from interest groups opposed to the “Assembly Republicans continue to offer our
put California on a balanced footing.” ed by former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. expected loss of money. hand of cooperation by working with the gover-
“We’ve been living a certain fantasy based on Brown is calling for an “honest budget” that Mayors and other local elected officials have nor and Democrats to achieve a balanced budg-
cheap mortgages, cheap money and a very mixes an extension of those temporary taxes, been vocal opponents of Brown’s plan to elim- et, but we strongly believe that raising taxes
deregulated environment that allowed the bub- impose billions more in cuts, and shift or elim- inate redevelopment agencies that divert local does not address the root causes of the state’s
ble to grow. And now the bubble has burst, and inate a host of local government services. tax revenue to developers for fighting blight. continued budget crisis,” said Sabrina Lockhart,
we got to deal with it,” Brown told reporters Specifically, Brown’s budget proposal Park advocates fear his plan for closing or a spokeswoman for Assembly Minority Leader
after visiting Senate Democrats in the Capitol. Connie Conway, R-Tulare.

Local brief
Doctor reports due next
week for bombing suspect Youshock is accused of
Facebook moving office to
Menlo Park from Palo Alto
Two court-appointed doctors evaluating a arrived at Hillsdale High
teenage bombing suspect’s sanity at the time School on Aug. 24, 2009
he allegedly tried attacking students and staff armed with pipe bombs, a
at his former high school are scheduled to machete and a chain saw. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 2011 and possibly 2012.
return their findings next week. After setting off two pipe The former Sun Microsystems campus
Once the evaluations are given to the court bombs that injured no one, NEW YORK — Facebook is moving its occupies 57 acres and contains nine build-
and reviewed, the judge and attorneys can fig- Youshock reportedly headquarters out of Palo Alto to the former ings. Facebook says it also bought an adja-
ure out when to begin jury selection in the attempted to start the campus of Sun Microsystems in Menlo Park.
The online social network, which has about cent 22-acre piece of land for future expan-
trial of Alexander Robert Youshock. Alexander chain saw but had prob-
2,000 employees worldwide and 1,400 in sion.
Youshock, 18, technically began trial at the lems. Youshock was tack-
end of January but only some motions have Youshock led by staff members and Palo Alto, said Tuesday it will begin the move Facebook, which has well over 500 million
been heard as everybody involved await the held until police arrived. in June or July. But the company will contin- users, recently celebrated its seventh birth-
sanity reports. The findings will be used if He is charged as an adult with two counts of ue to occupy its Palo Alto offices through day.
Youshock is found guilty to help a jury deter- attempted murder, one count of exploding a
mine if he should be hospitalized or incarcer- destructive device with intent to commit mur- Margaret Ashraf Qaqish Obituaries
ated for the alleged crimes. der, one count of possession of a destructive Margaret Ashraf Qaqish was the cherished
At a status conference yesterday, attorneys device in a public place, one count of the use 17-year-old daughter of Ashraf and Raya Michael H. Gallagher
were advised the reports would be returned of explosives in an act of terrorism and two Qaqish, beloved sister of
Feb. 18, said Chief Deputy District Attorney counts of possession of a deadly weapon. A proud father, joyous grandfather, loving
Ishaq and Sarah Qaqish uncle and fun loving friend, Mike Gallagher
Karen Guidotti. Youshock remains in custody without bail. and the loving grand- died Feb. 4, 2011 in San
daughter of both Ishaq Mateo. Graduated from
and Margarett Qaqish and Archbishop Riordan High
Awwad and Violette School, he was a Marine
Kakish. reservist, and a lifetime
Margaret was extremely fan of the Giants and
loved by her family and 49ers. Gallagher was a
friends. Her radiant smile cab driver for many years,
and vibrant personality lit up a room. Her love enjoying his work. He
and thirst for life won her the hearts of all will be remembered for
those who knew her. Her life was suddenly his engaging personality, his gentle humor
taken by a tragic car accident Feb. 5, 2011, and outstanding service by his faithful cus-
one week before her 18th birthday. tomers.
Margaret Qaqish was born on Feb. 12, 1993 Born and raised in San Francisco, Gallagher
in San Francisco. She was the eldest of three was the son of the late Allan B. Gallagher. He
children. Margaret genuinely loved her family is survived by his mother Juanita; his son Ben
and friends and always looked forward to Gallagher (Carolyn); his granddaughters
family gatherings where she was always the Keira and Charlotte; his siblings; Kathy
center of attention. Montague (Mike), Linda Masolini, Allan
A senior at Baden High School in South (Petula) and John; and many loving nieces
San Francisco, Margaret had high aspirations and nephews.
to help others. She brought joy and happiness A special thanks to Mills-Penninsula
to everyone she met. Her passing will leave a Hospital doctors and nurses for their excep-
void that can never be filled in the hearts of all tional care of Gallagher, and to all his friends
those that knew her. who came by to cheer him up with stories, his
A memorial service and celebration of her favorite snacks and movies.
life will be held at Saint Nicholas Orthodox A memorial mass will be celebrated 11 a.m.
Church, 5200 Diamond Heights Blvd., San Thursday, Feb. 10 at St. Gabriel Church, 2559
Francisco 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 9. 40th Ave. in San Francisco.
THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL/NATION Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 7

Obama: $53B for high-speed rail Donald

By Julie Pace
prewar Iraq strike plan
By Robert Burns
WASHINGTON — President Barack
Obama is calling for a six-year, $53 bil-
lion spending plan for high-speed rail, as WASHINGTON — Former Pentagon chief Donald H.
Rumsfeld reveals in his new book that he urged a U.S. military
he seeks to use infrastructure spending
strike on a suspected chemical weapons
to jump-start job creation.
site in northern Iraq in 2003, and that he
An initial $8 billion in spending will
wanted the attack timed to coincide with
be part of the budget plan Obama is set
Colin Powell’s address to the U.N. Security
to release Monday. If Congress approves Council making the case for war.
the plan, the money would go toward In his memoir, “Known and Unknown,”
developing or improving trains that trav- Rumsfeld wrote that the Joint Chiefs sup-
el up to 250 mph, and connecting exist- ported a strike, based on what Rumsfeld
ing rail lines to new projects. The White called extensive but not conclusive CIA
House wouldn’t say where the money evidence that the site housed an under-
for the rest of the program would come Donald
ground facility for testing chemical
from, though it’s likely Obama would Rumsfeld
weapons. He called it a “fairly sizeable ter-
seek funding in future budgets or trans- rorist operation.”
portation bills. The prewar attack never happened, although the site was
Obama’s push for high-speed rail struck in the opening days of the war that President George W.
spending is part of his broad goal of cre- Bush launched in March 2003, about six weeks after Powell’s
ating jobs in the short-term and increas- REUTERS U.N. speech. The U.S. never found substantial evidence of an
ing American competitiveness for the Barack Obama addresses the U.S.Chamber of Commerce in Washington,D.C. active Iraqi program to produce weapons of mass destruction,
future through new funding for infra- poses in the budget will be enough to ing the high-speed rail initiative. but Rumsfeld believed that the site near the Iranian border pre-
structure, education and innovation. appease the GOP. Republicans now con- Obama’s call for increased spending sented the best chance to prove they existed before the war
During last month’s State of the Union trolling the House have promised to on high-speed rail projects is nothing began.
address, Obama said he wanted to give slash domestic agencies’ budgets by new. He’s long seen the sector as an area
80 percent of Americans access to high-
speed rail within 25 years.
nearly 20 percent for the coming year.
The White House has said cuts must
of opportunity for creating jobs and
improving the nation’s transportation
Around the nation
At the same time he’s calling for new be cautious, arguing that drastic reduc- system. His administration awarded $10
spending on sectors like high-speed rail tions in spending could cause the still- billion in federal grants for high-speed No joke: Ex-mayor’s name
in the upcoming budget, Obama also has fragile economic recovery to stall. Vice rail projects last year, including $2.3 bil- too funny for Indiana center
pledged to cut overall spending as he President Joe Biden said Tuesday the lion for California to begin work on an FORT WAYNE, Ind. — A former Indiana mayor who won
seeks to bring down the nation’s mount- administration wouldn’t compromise 800-mile-long, high-speed rail line tying
four terms in the 1930s and 1950s is proving less popular with
ing deficit. The White House has said when it comes to spending on the infra- Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay
modern-day city leaders, who say they probably won’t name a
environmental programs for the Great structure, education and innovation pro- area to Los Angeles and San Diego; and
new government center for him because of the jokes his
Lakes, and block grants for community grams Obama is touting. $1.25 billion to Florida to build a rail
“We cannot compromise. The rest of line connecting Tampa on the West moniker could inspire.
service and community development are
the world is not compromising,” Biden Coast with Orlando in the middle of the Harry Baals is the runaway favorite in online voting to name
among the programs that will face cuts.
said in Philadelphia at an event announc- state, eventually going south to Miami. the new building in Fort Wayne, about 120 miles northeast of
But it’s unlikely the cuts Obama pro-
Indianapolis. But Deputy Mayor Beth Malloy said that proba-
bly won’t be enough to put the name of the city’s longest-

Doctor: Goal for Giffords to see husband’s launch tenured mayor on the center.
The issue is pronunciation. The former mayor pronounced
his last name “balls.” His descendants have since changed it to
By Amanda Lee Myers naut Mark Kelly “It’s too early to say. It’s only early
announced last week February,” said Francisco, the head of “bales.”
and Ramit Plushnick-Masti
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that he’ll be aboard Giffords’ rehabilitation team at TIRR
and expects his wife, Memorial Hermann hospital in Houston.
PHOENIX — The doctor for Rep. who was shot in the He said Giffords is doing “very well,”
Gabrielle Giffords said Tuesday he forehead, to see him but wouldn’t provide details, including
off. whether she is able to speak or if she’s
hopes the wounded congresswoman can
Dr. Gerard been told about the attack.
make enough progress to attend her hus- Francisco said doc- In a Facebook post Tuesday, Kelly
band’s space launch in two months, tors would have to wrote it’s hard to believe only one month
describing it as a goal to work toward as make decisions on a had passed.
many in Arizona paused to mark one variety of medical “The doctors say she is recovering at
month since she was shot at a political issues for that to happen, including lightning speed considering her injury,
event. whether Giffords can fly to Cape but they aren’t kidding when they say
The space shuttle Endeavor will leave Canaveral, Fla., how much assistance this is a marathon process,” he said.
April 19 for a two-week mission to the she would need, and how much noise “There are encouraging signs every day,
International Space Station, and astro- she can tolerate. though.”
8 Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 THE DAILY JOURNAL
THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 9
Redevelopment and the budget
overwhelmingly passed
By Linda Koelling Proposition 22 last
had the opportunity to be in Sacramento
last week and listened to the governor’s
speech about how he wants to tackle the
November which protects
local revenue. It will be
interesting to see how
Proposition 22 affects this
perspective failed us
attempted fund grabbing like Detroit. I like the idea of Detroit. I
state’s budget problem. I agree with him on
by the state. in the process to date, we are eliminating the like the idea of a center of the automo-
two points: We have a daunting task in trying
I recognize that the programs that create community. Those tive industry in our country. I like the
to stabilize this state budget crisis and he idea of a hard-scrabble work-a-day populace
suggested that we will all have to take a step problems on the state level activities may not be part of the essential
cannot be solved all at once and by one per- services list, but they are the quality of life pulling themselves up from their bootstraps. I
back and use some common sense when don’t even mind
addressing those problems. son. I understand the difficulties in trying to amenities that set Foster City apart from
find the best way to attack financial issues other communities. I am concerned about Eminem that
Although the governor recognizes the posi- much.
tive results of redevelopment, he made it with just trying to find the right balance of chopping away too deeply into our special
cuts and changes needed to fix our smaller recreational events and activities because What I don’t
clear that shifting these funds is necessary. I like is a car com-
am having a difficult time understanding the problem. This brings the common sense ele- these community events are the backdrop of
ment into the equation. The political parties our vibrant city. Until June, the council will pany trying to
rationale for doing this given the state’s hoodwink the rest
and the special interest groups must take a continue the process of dialing in on the right
unemployment is more than 12 percent. of us into some-
hard look at the needs of the people and not plan of action that will get us to our goal of
Redevelopment agencies are the driving how believing that
themselves or we are just spinning our balancing the budget by 2013-14 and still
engines for cities to help create the infra- its demise was our
wheels. It can’t be business as usual. The have ample reserves; a policy course that will
structure needed for new plans for older people of California cannot continue to fault because we
areas that require change and clean up. affect us for years to come. I am committed
shoulder the burden that has been created to that goal but I am not convinced that we didn’t believe in
Redevelopment agencies build and improve over the years. them, we didn’t
have to cut away as much of what is being
communities, create job growth and are the The governor is suggesting we work believe in their
proposed to date. I am more inclined to be
most significant providers of affordable hous- together to attack the problems. As we have industry and we
creative and try to find new ways of being
ing. In my opinion as proposed, it makes no seen locally, as soon as economic challenges able to provide these amenities without com- dismissed Motor
sense to eliminate such a vehicle that could began to unfold, the cities in our area began promising funding needed for infrastructure City as a wasted population beyond help.
be financially beneficial to communities. this process of working together using a maintenance and safety. We didn’t.
Creating economic development, translates to “sharing of services” model to reduce some I encourage residents to be proactive in our Chrysler failed the people of Detroit. And
business and sales tax revenue. of their expenses. In essence, I feel local budget process. Attend the sessions schedule they largely failed themselves. Like General
A healthy city continually experiences government official are being proactive in for the next few months and offer your sug- Motors, Chrysler relied too much on its brand
growth through redevelopment in both busi- trying to trim expenses while still providing gestions. Collective thinking outside the box and its history. It got bogged down by its own
ness and residential properties. essential services. State lawmakers have yet may produce new revenue ideas to protect weight and inability to move with the times.
We are still focused on the development of to figure that out. While the “perfect storm” the amenities that are a part of the core of It relied on its fleet of Dodge trucks and cars
our 15-acre site because its use will benefit of economic spiraling continues and the state our city. We can be the example to state law- with high-powered HEMI engines when gas
Foster City for years to come. If this decision borrowing takes on new challenges, we at the makers about what it takes to work together. prices were soaring. And it got caught up in
by the government succeeds, in the way that local level have to make the tough decisions the financial maelstrom that snared many oth-
he is proposing, it could negatively affect the to keep our essential services in place. ers.
Linda Koelling is the mayor of Foster City. She We didn’t fail Chrysler. It failed us.
business climate in our communities. With the hard choices this council is facing
can be reached at And no backbeat-driven, rapstar-infused
Of course, let’s not forget that the voter to cut our own budget, I am concerned that,
commercial should change that. The Chrysler
Super Bowl commercial featuring Eminem
cruising through the city was hailed as bril-
Letters to the editor liant and inspiring. It was to show that Detroit
can come back from the wounds that were
somehow inflicted by others and that we, the
average American, just don’t understand the
Caltrain’s issues percent, very similar to Caltrain. Until now, every contract renewal has city, its people and its industry.
The Caltrain partners: Muni, SamTrans and meant either more pay or more benefits. Like But anyone who has followed the crum-
Editor, VTA cannot individually create an express any pyramid, those increases add up to an
In Dan Schwartz’s guest perspective, bling of Chrysler should know that it was not
bus network anywhere as fast and efficient as unsupportable burden on any city budget, the American people who failed it. It was the
“Caltrain: Time to fold em?” in the Feb. 3 Caltrain. We will not be meeting the even without an economic downturn. This is other way around. After producing terrible
edition of the Daily Journal, he suggested Peninsula’s transportation needs if we let not news. What needs to happen is a shift in cars that faced ongoing recalls, it was saved
that Caltrain should shut down because of Caltrain service decline.
ridership issues. As a longtime Caltrain rider thinking — last year in Menlo Park and else- from going out of business in the late 1970s
and supporter, I need to point out key issues where, unions claimed they were helping the by Lee Iacocca who was able to convince the
affecting Caltrain. budget process by delaying raises; when so U.S. government to guarantee loans. In 1998,
Andy Chow many of us can’t even imagine a raise, it engaged in an ill-fated merger with
The Caltrain crisis is triggered by a sharp
Redwood City assuming we are still working full time, what Daimler-Benz touted as a merger among
decline of contribution from SamTrans, not
The letter writer is the planet is that? equals but that largely failed to balance the
because of a drop in riders or fare revenue.
president of the BayRail Alliance. This is not the fault of city employees — management styles of the two companies. In
Despite a slow economic recovery, Caltrain
ridership and fares have gone up from last many don’t agree with the heavy union hands 2006, Chrysler was reporting losses of $1.5
year. Lower ridership on midday trains is that have made these deals over the years, billion and announced mass layoffs, closures
also not a cause of Caltrain’s problem.
Mayor Jeff Ira speaks the truth and they know how good they have it: of assembly plants and reduced production
Nearly all transit carry fewer people during Editor, elsewhere in a desperate grab to return to
employed for life and retire early with those
the midday, but dedicated tax funding allows Kudos to Mayor Jeff Ira for speaking truth profitability. Its reliance on gas-guzzlers and
fantastic pensions. I believe many want to ignorance of competing interests doomed it to
some agencies like VTA and BART to oper- to power (“What will it take” guest perspec- help their cities — and their pension funds
ate in midday like they do during the peak tive in the Feb. 3 edition of the Daily near failure when it was sold to a private
— to survive. Now that it’s on the table, let’s equity firm in 2007. In 2009, the company
hours. Journal). After all the years when politicians hope those voices are heard over the tired
The New Jersey Transit number cited by have been careful to please the municipal split and with the help of a $15 billion
union dogma. bailout, it separated the company into “new”
Schwartz (104.7 percent recovery) is actually employee union leaders, Ira is willing to
a contracted commuter bus service to New share in print what any mayor or city manag- Chrysler and “old” Chrysler, which went into
York City via the Lincoln Tunnel, where the er knows: There is no municipal budget solu- Henry Riggs Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In doing so, it
tunnel toll is $8. The actual farebox recovery tion that does not require significant assis- Menlo Park dropped 789 U.S. auto dealerships, many of
of New Jersey Transit commuter rail is 49 tance from its employee unions. which were loyal for years.
One year later, it emerged from bankruptcy
and faces difficulty in catching up to the new
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10 Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 BUSINESS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Dow 12,233.15 +71.52 10-Yr Bond 3.7250% +0.0810

Dow closes higher
By David K. Randall
Nasdaq 2,797.05 +13.06 Oil (per barrel) 87.44 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wall Street Big movers
S&P 500 1,324.57 +5.52 Gold 1,363.40 NEW YORK — The Dow Jones growth. Previously, interest rate hikes Stocks that moved substantially or traded
industrial average closed higher for the in China have resulted in stock losses in heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock
the U.S. because of fears that spending Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
seventh consecutive day Tuesday. NYSE
That’s the longest series of gains for the there would fall. Kindred Healthcare Inc.,up $5.52 at $25
index since July. Brain Gendreau, market strategist at The hospital services company agreed to buy
McDonald’s Corp. was the biggest Financial Network, said investors are a rival, RehabCare Group Inc., for about $900
becoming less concerned about slower million in cash and stock.
gainer of the 30 stocks in the Dow, ris- Avon Products Inc.,down 88 cents at $28.47
ing 2.6 percent after reporting January spending in China because they are A sales drop-off in key emerging-market
sales that were higher than analysts more confident that the U.S. economy countries dented the makeup seller’s revenue
expected. will grow on its own. and net income in the fourth quarter.
“Raising interest rates is what the McDonald’s Corp.,up $1.91 at $75.36
Investors took in stride a move by A key revenue measure jumped in January
China’s central bank to control inflation Chinese need to do when they have because of the fast-food chain’s strong sales of
by raising short-term interest rates. such an overheated economy,” he said. hot chocolate, oatmeal and Chicken
The Dow Jones industrial average Bond prices fell, extending a week of McNuggets.
losses and sending their yields higher. Halliburton Co.,down $1.21 at $44.97
rose 71.52 points, or 0.6 percent, to Shares of the oil and natural gas services
close at 12,233.15. The index has had The yield on the benchmark 10-year company struggled as crude prices traded
only one down day in the last 10, on Treasury note rose to 3.74 percent from below recent 2-year highs.
Jan. 28 when the protests in Egypt esca- 3.64 percent Monday, its highest rate McClatchy Co.,down 61 cents at $4.38
since last April. The newspaper publisher posted a 42 percent
lated. profit drop and warned that ad spending
The Standard & Poor’s 500 index The government auctioned $32 bil- appears to be falling at a quicker pace this year.
rose 5.52, or 0.4 percent, to 1,324.57. lion of three-year notes at a yield of NASDAQ
The Nasdaq composite index rose 1.34 percent, the highest borrowing rate Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.,down $2.96
the government has had to pay on those at $52.02
13.06, or 0.5 percent, to 2,797.05. The Israeli maker of generic drugs posted an
China raised interest rates for the notes since last May. Interest from for- earnings forecast that fell short of Wall Street
third time since October in an effort to eign buyers was relatively weak. analysts’estimates.
keep prices from rising too fast. The Better economic news, including a Conexant Systems Inc.,up 38 cents at $2.47
drop in the unemployment rate, has led Golden Gate Private Equity Inc. made a richer
country’s economic boom has resulted bid for the chip maker than a previous offer
in higher prices, forcing some poor investors to sell low-yielding govern- from technology company Standard
families to spend up to half of their ment bonds over the past two weeks. Microsystems Corp.
incomes on food. Some of that money is going into Glu Mobile Inc.,down 8 cents at $3.39
stocks, especially those of large corpo- The company, which develops games for cell
Many large U.S. companies have phones,predicted that revenue would slide in
counted on spending in China for rations that pay fat dividends. the first three months of 2011.

Layoffs become rarer even with jobless rate

By Paul Wiseman hiring until they feel more confident ment firm Challenger, Gray &
and Derek Kravitz about the economy. Christmas. That was 46 percent fewer
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A result is that people who are unem- than a year earlier. More strikingly, it
ployed are staying so for longer periods. was the fewest number of planned lay-
WASHINGTON — The U.S. labor Of the 13.9 million Americans the gov- offs in January since Challenger began
force has been split into two groups: the ernment says were unemployed last keeping track in 1993. For all of 2010,
relieved and the desperate. month, about 1.8 million had been with- planned layoffs hit a 13-year low.
If you have a job, you can exhale; out work for at least 99 weeks — essen- Eventually, consumer spending will
you’re less likely to lose it than at any tially two years. That’s nearly double the rise high enough that companies will
point in at least 14 years. number in January 2010. need to accelerate hiring to keep up with
If you’re unemployed? Good luck. Yet the deep job cuts of the recession demand. In the meantime, a fading fear
Finding a job remains a struggle 20 have long since ended. In January, com- of layoffs is likely helping the economy:
months after the recession technically panies announced plans to trim fewer It’s encouraging consumers who have
ended. Employers won’t likely step up than 39,000 jobs, according to outplace- jobs to spend more.

Business briefs
Court tells man to stay
away from Facebook founder
SAN JOSE — Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has
obtained a temporary restraining order against a California man
accused of stalking him, his girlfriend and his sister.
A Santa Clara County Superior Court judge on Feb. 1
ordered 31-year-old Pradeep Manukonda of Milpitas to stay
away from Zuckerberg and stop contacting him.
Manukonda tried to contact Zuckerberg numerous times in
December via letter, e-mail and Facebook, including more than
20 times in one day, Facebook security officer Todd Sheets said
in a court declaration. Manukonda also left a note on
Zuckerberg’s car and was later spotted outside his house,
Sheets said.
Guards stopped Manukonda just as he was about to walk up
the front stairs to Zuckerberg’s Palo Alto residence, where
Zuckerberg’s girlfriend was inside, according to court docu-

Disney 1Q tops Street on strength in all units

LOS ANGELES — The Walt Disney Co. on Tuesday posted
a 54 percent jump in earnings in the latest quarter. The results
beat analyst expectations thanks to higher advertising revenue
at its ESPN and ABC television networks, stronger perform-
ance at its theme parks and cost cutting at its movie studio.
The company reported strength in all units, a sign that cost
reductions, strategic shifts and a revived economy were helping
the house of Mickey Mouse. Disney reported a slightly higher,
though still modest loss in the interactive division, but revenue
in that unit was up 58 percent.

As airfares rise, another charge to worry about

NEW YORK — The rising cost of flying comes with a famil-
iar refrain: The airlines need help paying their fuel bills.
For the first time since late 2008, U.S. airlines are adding fuel
surcharges to ticket prices. They’ve already raised fares five
times since offset a 25 percent increase in the
price of jet fuel. For those with spring and summer travel plans,
it’s a one-two punch.
Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2011

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Fans celebrate Packers win with final party The Lombardi Trophy carries spe- 25 in Arlington, Texas, to win their
By Todd Richmond
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS cial meaning in Green Bay because fourth Super Bowl title and first since
it’s named for the Hall of Fame coach 1996. The ceremony shone a spot-
GREEN BAY, Wis. — Green Bay Vince Lombardi, who led the Packers light on the decades-old love affair
Packers fans rejoiced one more time to victories in the first two Super between the team and the NFL’s
with their cherished Super Bowl Bowls. smallest-market city.
champions during a frigid ceremony “I will never forget this,” said On Sunday night, thousands took
Tuesday to welcome the Lombardi Amanda Lee, 33, of Milwaukee, who to the streets to celebrate amid an
Trophy back to Lambeau Field after a wore the No. 12 jersey of quarterback explosion of green-and-gold fire-
14-year absence. Aaron Rodgers, the Super Bowl works. On Monday, tens of thousands
Temperatures were in the single MVP. “I got to touch the trophy, but I of hoarse but giddy fans lined the
digits as the celebration began, but couldn’t actually feel it (because her roads from Austin Straubel
the Packer diehards were undaunted. hands were so cold). I touched Aaron International Airport to Lambeau to
Fans in the front row of the stadium Rodgers’ pinky! I’ll never wash my cheer on the team’s motorcade as it
traded high-fives with the players and hand again.” returned to the stadium.
reached out to touch the champi- The celebration capped a party that The 56,000 tickets for the official
has been going nonstop in Green Bay “Return to Titletown” ceremony
onship trophy as coach Mike REUTERS
McCarthy marched past with the since Sunday, when the Packers NFL Green Bay’s Nick Collins carries the Super Bowl Trophy on a victory
hardware hoisted high over his head. defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 31- See PACKERS, Page 15 lap as Green Bay celebrated the Packers’fourth Super Bowl win.

Dons closing the gap is good
By Julio Lara

Three weeks ago, when the San Mateo girls’ is vocation was civil engineering.
soccer team recorded an emotional 1-0 win His passion was sports and statis-
over Aragon, the rematch became a must-see tics.
event. Tony Greer found enough spare time
Told you so. between the two to devise a world ranking
Aragon and San Mateo waged another bat- for golfers, and it turned into more than a
tle on the soccer field Tuesday afternoon and hobby. His system got the attention of
this time the Dons played like a team pos- Mark McCormack, the late founder of IMG
sessed, scoring three beautiful goals to avenge who had been publishing his own rudimen-
their January loss 3-1. tary rankings in the annual “World of
“I feel pretty happy,” said Aragon midfield- Professional Golf.”
er Kat McAuliffe. “We came into the game, Neither could have imagined how it
wanting to win. We were just really pumped. would shape golf’s growing landscape.
We were kind of embarrassed by what hap- “It’s an exciting time at the moment,”
pened last time so we wanted to come at home Greer said Tuesday from his home in
and show them they can’t mess with us.” London.
Aragon has played like a completely differ- When he first started
ent team since the last time they saw San to develop a world
Mateo — since that time, the Dons haven’t ranking, Greer said it
loss, going 7-0, jumping two slots in the was far less complicat-
Peninsula Athletic League Bay division stand- ed to figure out the
ings. With their win Tuesday, they are only best players in golf.
two points behind the Bearcats with three “You looked at the
game to play. PGA Tour money list,”
“That (game) got stuck in our craw — he said.
going over to their place and losing in the last That all has changed
10 minutes,” said Aragon head coach Will now.
Colglazier. “The captains just organized us at DOUG First came the emer-
gence of Seve
the end of that game and they said ‘This is
FERGUSON Ballesteros and Nick
Whatever was said in that pow-wow has Faldo, then Greg
really been taken to heart by the entire Aragon Norman and Bernhard Langer. And while
team. And that focus showed in the round two Tiger Woods has dominated the ranking
against San Mateo. like no other — he has been at No. 1 for 85
The Dons seized the momentum early by percent of his pro career — his recent
going right at one of the best defenses in the slump has created opportunity for so many
county. Five minutes in, Kimi Petsche was fed others. And it has put the Official World
a spectacular through ball and just beat the Golf Ranking at the front of any discussion
offside trap. With the entire back line closing involving of global golf.
in on her, the junior skillfully finished past a Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer and
charging Karyn Jacobs for the early 1-0 lead.
NATHAN MOLLAT / DAILY JOURNAL Woods — Nos. 1, 2 and 3 in the world
Aragon’s Kimi Petsche,left,and Kat McAuliffe,right,celebrate with Nichole Rodrick following
See DONS, Page 18 her goal during the Dons’3-1 win over first-place San Mateo. See FERGUSON, Page 15

Cobb not beholden to name or game

By Beth Harris The 19-year-old reserve freshman dants of sports legends — John spikes high and his will to win unri- “I did a lot of reading about old
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS forward is averaging 3.4 points and Wooden’s great-grandson was on valed. The outfielder spent 22 sea- baseball players that were contem-
3.5 rebounds. His coach, Brian his team four years ago. sons with the Detroit Tigers, includ- poraries of Ty Cobb,” he said. “Just
LOS ANGELES — This Ty Cobb Newhall, found his name through an “I had no idea who Ty Cobb was,” ing the last six as their player-man- being connected to a part of history
prefers a big orange ball to a small East Coast scouting service, and Newhall said. “My baseball career ager, and played for the got me interested in research.”
white one. was intrigued. ended when I was 7 years old. Philadelphia Athletics. At times, the name has been a
The great-grandson of the Hall of Cobb was 6-foot-5, a good stu- Everyone else in the world other The great-grandson — Tyrus burden, usually with older adults
Fame player chose basketball over dent from Menlo Park and his father than me was aware who Ty Cobb Charles Brogan Cobb — said the who recognize it more than a lot of
baseball at Occidental College, a graduated from Occidental. The was.” name has opened a window on base- kids do.
Division III school whose nickname kid’s name didn’t register with the Tyrus Raymond Cobb was simply ball that he wouldn’t have looked “Every once in a while I’ll get
would surely have the approval of 50-year-old coach, who is clearly one of the toughest and greatest into otherwise, including a visit to
The Georgia Peach — the Tigers. cornering the market on descen- players in baseball history, his the Hall of Fame. See COBB, Page 18
12 Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Sharks get second straight shutout

By Joseph White Sharks 2, Capitals 0 past nine games. Steckel in the first period and deflected
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Capitals’ final chances came when San Nicklas Backstrom’s drive during the game’s
have threatened to cancel Jose’s Niclas Wallin was sent off for holding first power play. Niemi’s job was easier when
WASHINGTON — Logan Couture broke a out the team’s improved with 2:51 remaining, the only penalty of the Steckel lost control of the puck and didn’t get
scoreless tie with 8:05 to play, Antti Niemi defensive play, were shut third period. Washington soon emptied the net a shot off during a clean breakaway in the sec-
had 25 saves for his second straight shutout, out for the eighth time this to make it a two-man advantage, but Niemi ond period.
and the San Jose Sharks ran their defensive- season and the second was up to the task, sprawling on the ice to Neuvirth was also steady for the Capitals,
minded winning streak to four games time in five games. cover up one furious scramble with about a snatching a drive with his extended glove
They were coming off minute to play. when Eager had a clean shot from the left cir-
Tuesday, beating the Washington Capitals 2-0.
an emotional 3-0 win over Neuvirth made 34 saves for the Capitals. cle in the first period, but the Sharks finally
Ben Eager led Couture just enough for the The Capitals actually put the puck in the net solved the Washington goalie in the third.
rookie center to take the pass in open ice at the rival Pittsburgh on
in the first period but were done in by a quick Notes: Washington D Mike Green sat out
left circle and put the shot through the legs of Logan Couture Sunday, but their attack
was stagnant against the whistle. Alexander Semin, back after missing after taking a puck to the head in Sunday’s
goaltender Michal Neuvirth. 12 games with a groin injury, took a shot that win over Pittsburgh. The Capitals are hopeful
Dan Boyle added another goal, this time unfamiliar Western Conference Sharks,
including a lifeless second period that includ- squeezed between Niemi’s legs. he can return for Saturday’s game against Los
from the right circle with 5:53 to go, as the Both Niemi and the official were unaware Angeles. ... The Sharks have won 13 of 14
ed just four shots on goal.
Sharks extended their points streak to nine Niemi and the Sharks were also coming off that the puck was behind the goalie, so the against the Capitals. ... The game was the first
games and improved to 3-0 on their seven- a shutout win — 2-0 over Boston on Saturday whistle was blown before Niemi kicked it into of five for Washington against Western
game road trip. — and have allowed only 16 goals in their his own net with his right skate. Conference opponents. ... The Capitals
The Capitals, whose offensive struggles Niemi also made a nice kick save on David assigned C Jay Beagle to Hershey of the AHL.

Fate of Cal sports to be Europe’s top clubs

tiring of FIFA’s style
announced Thursday
By Graham Dunbar Manchester United chief executive
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS David Gill, an ECA board member,
said Europe’s clubs and leagues agreed
GENEVA — Europe’s top clubs the debate “hasn’t been dealt with cor-
warned FIFA on Tuesday they are run- rectly.”
By Josh Dubow ning out of patience with how it runs The Qatar debate unsettled the ECA,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Reducing the number of intercollegiate teams from soccer. founded three years ago to give clubs
29 to 24 will save an estimated $4 million a year Leaders of the European Club stronger ties with FIFA and the Union
BERKELEY — A decision on Association demanded a greater voice of European Football Associations.
whether California’s baseball team and affect 163 of the school’s more than 800 in decision-making from the governing “If there are going to be serious dis-
and four other programs will be saved student-athletes,as well as 13 full-time coaches. body. cussions in the future then nothing can
will come Thursday. “I wouldn’t say we are at war happen without European clubs,” said
UC Berkeley spokesman Dan student-athletes, as well as 13 full- teams, while a long-term plan is being because the clubs are very patient, but AC Milan director Umberto Gandini,
Mogulof says Chancellor Robert time coaches. put together. we have a limit,” Barcelona president the ECA vice chairman. “The heart of
Birgeneau will announce Thursday The program cuts are part of a Birgeneau has two main criteria to Sandro Rosell said after a meeting of the game is the European game.”
whether the baseball, men’s and broader campaign to reduce UC decide whether the teams can be the 197-member group. “What we are Gandini said FIFA also upset clubs
women’s gymnastics and women’s Berkeley’s annual support for inter- saved. The first is that $25 million be asking is rational, logical and fair.” with its management of the internation-
lacrosse teams will be reinstated after collegiate athletics from more than raised to fund the operating expenses The clubs criticized FIFA for manag- al calendar. Clubs think players are left
a decision in September to eliminate $12 million today to about $5 million for the program for 5 to 10 years. ing the game without proper consulta- tired and injured because FIFA loads
the programs after this school year. in 2014. Second, is that there is a viable plan to tion. The cited confusion over a possi- the schedule with too many national
The men’s rugby team is also hoping Former Cal and major league base- build an endowment to fund the pro- ble winter switch for the 2022 World team matches — and added eight dates
to avoid being reclassified as a “varsi- ball player Doug Nickle says “Save grams long term. Cup in Qatar. from 2011-14 without telling them.
ty club sport,” a new category at Cal. Cal Sports” has raised about $15 mil- “They’re playing a pretty good On Monday, FIFA president Sepp “All of a sudden, within the powers
Reducing the number of intercolle- lion to support the five programs. He poker face right now,” Nickle said. “’I Blatter reversed his previous public pro- of the executive committee of FIFA,
giate teams from 29 to 24 will save an said that would allow the programs to can’t find any scenario where they nouncements and said it was “settled” there is the possibility to modify the
estimated $4 million a year and affect continue for the rest of the college could say no. But I guess they made to play the tournament in its traditional international calendar any time of the
163 of the school’s more than 800 careers of the current players on the the wrong decision in the first place.” summer period. year,” Gandini said.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 13

NBA player wants concussion protocol

By Colin Fly Mbah a Moute said he knocked Moute didn’t sit out a game with say they are monitoring head hits, player. The NHL added “Rule 48”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS heads with a Dallas defender on Jan. his, though the Bucks listed the two but there hasn’t been the same level late last season that bans lateral
1 and returned three days later, other players who missed time this of concern as in other sports such as blindside hits to the head.
MILWAUKEE — Three years despite some soreness on his left season as having “concussion-like hockey and football, in which con- Yet Sidney Crosby missed the
ago, when he was at UCLA, Luc side of his head. The experience has symptoms.” Carlos Delfino was out cussions are more common. All-Star game with a concussion
Richard Mbah a Moute sustained a made him think there should be a 32 games with what he said was, “We pay significant attention to and the Boston Bruins put Marc
concussion that kept him off the league-wide policy to handle every indeed, a concussion and Corey this particular injury,” NBA Savard on long-term injured reserve
basketball court for eight days, until concussion. Maggette sat for two more. spokesman Tim Frank said. “We Monday with his second concussion
he completed a series of neurocog- “There should be standards in the The Bucks said they handle every keep track of every injury that hap- in less than a year.
NBA. You need to do these tests and head injury on a case-by-case basis, pens in the league and spend con- Major League Baseball has been
nitive tests.
pass these tests before you can come and general manager John siderable time educating doctors on considering a seven-day disabled
That’s why the Bucks forward
back on the court. Bottom line. We Hammond said the team takes the the dangers of concussions and how list specifically for concussions and
was so surprised when all he needed definitely don’t get as bad concus- issue seriously. to identify them.” redesigned batting helmets have
to return this season following a sions as football and other sports, “Head injuries have now become Other leagues have taken or are been introduced that can withstand
mild concussion was simply his but a concussion is a concussion,” a real hot-button issue in sports in considering new steps to limit or greater impact from thrown base-
word to the training staff. Mbah a Moute said. “It’s a serious general. And, I think that when a better diagnose head injuries. balls.
“I didn’t have to do any tests injury and there should be tests.” player is dealing with issues like NHL Commissioner Gary The NFL made much of its crack-
because we were on the road and While league officials say concus- this, we have to be concerned and Bettman said during All-Star game down on players for helmet-to-hel-
doctors were here,” Mbah a Moute sions are rare in the NBA, well we should be,” Hammond said. weekend that concussions are up met hits, and decided before the sea-
said. “They just asked me how I was Milwaukee has dealt with a flurry of “I just think it’s obviously some- this season, though he noted the son to make every team identify an
feeling, and I told them I was feel- head injuries this season, highlight- thing you can’t take lightly, you increase seems to be caused by acci- independent neurologist for players
ing better. They were like, ’You’re ing the fact that the injuries can and can’t take for granted.” dental or inadvertent situations, to see when they have a concussion
fine.”’ do happen on the hardcourt. Mbah a The NBA and the players’ union instead of contact from another — like the NHL does.

‘Stack Jack’ in no mood to discuss tech spree “I can’t wait for emotions. Jackson’s latest outburst coach Paul Silas said. “He just can’t go Henderson to replace Jackson after he
By Mike Cranston
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the break. I know I resulted in a first-half ejection from after those guys. I know early on this picked up the first technical, but could-
need it,” Jackson Monday night’s upset win over Boston year they said the whole system n’t make the substitution before he was
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Stephen said after practice. for nonstop complaining that resulted changed as far as referee and what they ejected.
Jackson was in no mood Tuesday to “I’m going to go in consecutive technical fouls. were going to take. Jackson declined to give an explana-
reveal if he thinks he’s being unfairly home and see my Jackson, Charlotte’s leading scorer at “Even though you may not swear at tion.
targeted by the officials. He offered no kids and my fami- 18.8 points a game, has been called for them or whatever, if you continue to “I don’t have one. It happened,”
explanation for his latest ejection and ly and be around 13 technicals this season, three shy of talk to them in a disrespectful manner, Jackson said. “I ain’t got nothing to say
no apology, either. people I know an automatic one-game suspension. then they’re going to have to do some- about it.”
What caused the combustible Stephen love me and care He’s lost about $180,000 for his various thing about it. That’s what happened Jackson said “it doesn’t help any-
Charlotte Bobcats guard to perk up was Jackson about me and behavioral issues, including an unpaid (Monday) night. thing” to answer if he feels he was treat-
when he was asked about being just don’t judge me.” one-game suspension and a separate Jackson started to complain about ed fairly Monday. He also was making
five games shy of the All-Star break, a Jackson has been receiving a lot of $50,000 fine for berating officials. being called for a foul on the Celtics’ no promises he’ll be able to avoid
six-day technical foul-free oasis away judgments lately, mostly negative due “Jack, he does have to change and I Kevin Garnett late in the first half. Silas reaching 16 technicals and the ensuing
from the game. to his apparent inability to control his think he recognizes that now,” Bobcats said he had hustled to get Gerald suspension.
14 Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Victims of ticket fiasco Ties link L.A.stadium

panel to venue planner
have another option
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS after the conference championship games each season

LOS ANGELES — The seasoned

local business leaders picked by the
mayor to analyze plans for a downtown
NFL stadium on the public’s behalf
City officials must also approve
AEG’s lease for space on the city-
owned convention center property.
AEG has also sworn it will pick up the
entire $1 billion tab for the stadium
to see whether their favorite team reaches the Super itself.
NEW YORK — The NFL has added a second option Bowl. seem to have one thing in common: “The question is: Is this commission
for the roughly 400 fans who had to give up their seats “We had more time to think about how to create a deep financial, political and civic ties designed to watch out for taxpayers, or
at the Super Bowl: They can choose to attend any future broader range of options that would better recognize the with the company promoting the is it designed to make sure the stadium
Super Bowl instead of being limited to the 2012 game. deep emotional bond that fans have for their team,” NFL venue. gets built?” Stern said.
The league initially said Sunday it would give $2,400, spokesman Greg Aiello wrote in an e-mail Tuesday. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’ s panel The plan is one of two competing
three times the face value of the ticket, to the fans who The Green Bay Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers includes a former governor who proposals that aim to bring football
were forced to watch the game on monitors or use stand- 31-25 on Sunday at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, received generous donations from enti- back to Los Angeles some 15 years
ing-room platforms after some temporary seating sec- Texas. When the temporary sections were not complet- ties connected to the owner of Anschutz after the Rams and Raiders left the
ed before the start of the game, about 850 fans were Entertainment Group; entertainment
tions were not completed in time. nation’s second-largest market.
moved to other seats. But there was nowhere to put the executives that have partnered with the
On Monday, Commissioner Roger Goodell said those Warehouse magnate Ed Roski has per-
remaining 400. firm or its affiliates; and business own-
fans also would receive tickets to next year’s Super mits in place to build a separate 75,000-
Some of the affected fans complained Sunday that the ers who have served alongside compa-
Bowl. ny president and CEO Tim Leiweke on seat stadium about 15 miles east of Los
Then on Tuesday, the NFL announced the fans could $2,400 didn’t cover the price they paid for the seats, Angeles, in the city of Industry.
travel and hotels. local civic boards and commissions.
choose instead to receive a ticket to any future Super That makeup could cast doubt on its Both camps have said they hope to
If fans choose the first option of next year’s game plus
Bowl, including next year’s, along with round-trip air- ability to objectively evaluate the stadi- recruit a team — and possibly two —
the $2,400, the ticket is transferable, which means it can
fare and hotel accommodations. If fans choose that um project that may involve financial from among those in the league that
be sold on the secondary ticket market. It won’t be
option, they will not get the $2,400. They can wait until transferable in the other option. risk for the cash-strapped city, said need a new stadium to maximize rev-
The league said a senior NFL staff member Robert Stern, president of the Center enue but are unable to get one built in
would call each of the displaced fans to provide for Governmental Studies in Los their current locations.
information about the options and answer ques- Angeles. Villaraigosa announced his unpaid
tions. AEG’s plan calls for the city to issue Blue Ribbon Commission on the
“The commissioner thought it was the right thing $350 million in bonds to relocate a planned venue last week at a lavish pro-
to do to give those fans more options,” Aiello said. huge convention center structure where motional event timed to the disclosure
The NFL is working with the Packers, Steelers the 64,000-seat stadium would be built, of a naming-rights deal with Farmers
and Cowboys to track down all the affected fans. although the company has promised to Insurance Exchange worth at least
Contact information can be e-mailed to service that debt and pay anticipated $700 million — if a team can be lured shortfalls. to the city.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 15

Appeals court won’t block two Vikings suspensions

By Amy Forliti 2008. The players have been fighting their that was in the StarCaps weight-loss supple- nently block the NFL from suspending the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS suspensions and could appeal the latest deci- ment they were taking. They were not accused players, saying they weren’t harmed by the
sion to the state Supreme Court. of taking steroids and said they didn’t know notification delays.
MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota Court Peter Ginsberg, an attorney for both play- the diuretic was in the supplement. The players appealed, asking that the sus-
of Appeals ruled Tuesday that it won’t perma- ers, said early Tuesday he had not talked to his The players sued the NFL in state court, pensions be permanently blocked.
nently block the NFL from suspending clients and wasn’t sure whether they would saying it violated state labor law. Their sus- A three-judge panel of the appeals court
Vikings defensive tackles Kevin Williams and seek another appeal. pensions have been on hold while the case has affirmed the lower court’s decision to deny
Pat Williams for violating the league’s anti- NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said the NFL been playing out in state and federal courts. permanent relief from the suspensions — but
doping policy. is reviewing the decision and determining Last May, Hennepin County District Judge had different reasons for its decision.
Barring another appeal, the ruling appears how to proceed. Gary Larson ruled the NFL broke state law The appeals court ruled that bumetanide
to clear the way for the NFL to suspend the The Williamses, who are not related, tested when it failed to notify the players of their isn’t defined as a drug under state law, so the
players, which it has been trying to do since positive in 2008 for bumetanide, a banned positive test results within the mandated three NFL wasn’t required to tell the players of its
both tested positive for a banned diuretic in diuretic that can mask the presence of steroids days. But the judge also declined to perma- presence in the drug tests.
new exemption for the top 20 in the world.
better get used to it. competition. “Virtually everybody will admit
Paul Azinger once said the only things that that any ranking system is never going to be And then came Augusta National a year after
ever made him choke were cash or prestige. perfect. But we think it’s more equitable than that, doing away with its PGA Tour winners
Continued from page 11 He never said anything about ranking points. what we do.” exemption (since restored) in favor of the top
But that’s the direction golf is going. The knock on McCormack and his initial 50 in the world.
The USGA’s decision last week to elimi- idea for a world ranking was that he was “It wouldn’t have gotten off the ground
ranking — will be in the same group for the nate the money list as a criteria for getting only trying to promote his clients at IMG. without the R&A endorsing it,” Johnson said.
Dubai Desert Classic. It’s the first time since into the U.S. Open was only the latest step in The rebuttal was that IMG had most of the “It wouldn’t have been born. And with the
1994 that a regular European Tour event has giving the Official World Golf Ranking more best players, anyway. Masters, that’s what I would call absolute
had the top three players in the world. On the importance, if not credibility. “He was always a bit of a statistical buff,” icing on the cake.”
other side of the world, Phil Mickelson is at The U.S. Open still puts as much emphasis Alastair Johnson said. “For a long time in his
Pebble Beach with a chance to move ahead The latest development to elevate interest
on “United States” as it does on “Open.” It is annual, he compiled a world money list. That in the ranking is Woods.
of Woods for the first time since the 1997 sensitive to where the major is played, and it spawned the ranking, as it became clear a
Masters. He has gone nearly 15 months without
strives to keep half of its 156-man field open money list was distorted by the value of the winning, paving the way for Westwood to
At both tournaments, players will be jock- to qualifiers. But it also wants to be the dollar and obviously, the overwhelming
eying to finish among the top 64 and qualify reach the top. But so many other players are
strongest test for a major, inviting the best focus on the U.S. tour and the size of its lined up behind the Englishman that as many
for the $8 million Match Play Championship. from around the world. The USGA ultimate- prize money. That made everything else in
You can count on some controversy. That as a dozen have a chance at No. 1 this year.
ly decided what McCormack figured out the world somewhat irrelevant as far as per-
hasn’t changed. Questions about the mechan- years ago — money might not be the best formance on the golf course.” Even so, some players might never buy
ics and methodology of the world ranking barometer anymore. There have been some critical junctions for into it.
will never go away. There is no system to That’s why starting next year, it will swap the world ranking, none more than when the Davis Love III doesn’t think the system is
accurately compare the strength of tours out money lists from four tours with the top Royal & Ancient became the first to use it to fair. But the more he spoke, he couldn’t find
around the world. 60 in the world ranking. help determine the field for the British Open. a better way to measure the world.
“How do you know that I’m No. 198, and “We’re more comfortable with that than we Five major tours around the world, along “Is it the best we have? Yes,” he said. “Is it
some guy from Zimbabwe is No. 199?” said are trying to figure out internally how we with four major championships, endorsed the perfect? No.”
Paul Goydos. judge various tours around the world,” said world ranking at a meeting in Turnberry in Fair or not, the world ranking is more rele-
For those who don’t like the ranking, they Mike Davis, the senior director of rules and 1997. A year later, the U.S. Open created a vant than ever.

rousing orchestral soundtrack. The crowd Kimberly Zachary, 19, of La Crosse, held a “Just a very special moment,” safety Nick

Continued from page 11
waved world champion flags, erupted into
chants of “Go Pack Go!” and danced to House
of Pain’s “Jump Around” and the Village
sign that read “Driver Your Smile Makes It All
Worth While,” referring to veteran wide receiv-
er Donald Driver, whose ever-present grin has
Collins told the crowd from the stage.
“Something I’ll cherish for the rest of my life.
I’ve been chasing this dream for a long, long
People’s “YMCA.” helped him emerge as a fan heartthrob. time, and I’m just glad to be a part of it.”
Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt addressed the She said she chose to attend college at the Driver, who injured an ankle in the Super
Tuesday sold out within hours on Monday. Fans crowd from a stage on the 50-yard line, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in part
from far and wide were in the stadium’s parking Bowl and couldn’t finish the game, seemed
announcing the city would name a street because of the Packers. overwhelmed by the moment.
lot early Monday morning, grilling brats, throw- “McCarthy’s Way” in keeping with a tradition “It’s like going to a school for a boyfriend or
ing down beers and tossing footballs in a final “We’re Super Bowl champs, baby! All season
that calls for the city to name a street after every girlfriend,” Zachary’s friend, Kelly
tailgate party — never mind a wind chill of 14 long, you guys believed. . We love you guys so
Super Bowl-winning coach. Peerendboom, 20, of Tomahawk said. Then she
below. much,” he said.
Republican Gov. Scott Walker was next, gen- sighed. “I don’t think I’ve ever felt so happy to
“The weather’s fine. I can barely feel it,” Ken erating a mix of cheers and boos from the be part of a team.” Team officials saved Rodgers for last. With a
Hampp, 23, of Appleton, said in the Lambeau crowd. He handed Packers President Mark When the players finally emerged from the towel wrapped around his head like a scarf,
parking lot as he sipped a Budweiser, before it Murphy a proclamation declaring February tunnel that leads to the field from their locker Rodgers yelled into the microphone, “What’s
froze. “That’s my favorite thing about winter. Packers month. room, the crowd erupted, purging 14 years of up, Titletown?” The crowd responded with a
You can just stick your beer in the snow.” But the crowd was more interested in seeing frustration. The players, bundled up in parkas roar.
The stadium opened two hours before the cer- their heroes than their politicians, as evidenced and stocking caps, strolled along the front row “We did it together! We brought that title
emony. The atmosphere inside was electric as by signs that read “Jordy Nelson, Will You Be of the stadium on their way to the stage, smil- home! We love you!” Rodgers said. “I tell you
fans watched highlights from the past season on My Valentine?” and “Clay Matthews Will You ing, pumping their fists and high-fiving every- what, Green Bay, we’re going to be right here
the stadium’s giant television screens set to a Marry Me?” one who could reach them. next year doing the exact same thing!”
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@ New
@ Colum.
4 p.m.
@ Carolina
2 p.m.
@ Nashville
4 p.m. CSN-CAL
CSN-CAL CSN-CAL 1.Ohio St.(65) 24-0 1,625 1 Atlantic Division Atlantic Division
2.Kansas 22-1 1,519 2 W L Pct GB W L OT Pts GF GA
3.Texas 20-3 1,509 3 Boston 38 13 .745 — Philadelphia 35 13 5 75 180 137
New York 26 24 .520 11 1/2 Pittsburgh 34 17 4 72 165 126
vs.Denver @ Phoenix vs.Thunder vs.Hornets 4.Pittsburgh 21-2 1,438 4 Philadelphia 24 27 .471 14
7:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 5 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 5.Duke 21-2 1,341 5 N.Y.Rangers 29 23 4 62 155 138
New Jersey 15 37 .288 23 1/2
CSN-BAY CSN-BAY 6.San Diego St. 23-1 1,259 7 New Jersey 20 30 4 44 116 156
Toronto 14 38 .269 24 1/2
7.BYU 22-2 1,212 8 Southeast Division N.Y.Islanders 17 29 7 41 131 174
8.Notre Dame 19-4 1,185 9 W L Pct GB Northeast Division
WHAT’S ON TAP TRANSACTIONS 9.Villanova 19-4 1,047 12 Miami

5 Boston
10.Connecticut 18-4 1,040 6
WEDNESDAY MLB Orlando 33 20 .623 5 1/2 Montreal 30 19 5 65 139 131
11.Georgetown 18-5 1,009 13 Charlotte 22 29 .431 15 1/2
Boys Basketball MLB—Suspended Washington minor league C Buffalo 25 22 5 55 152 153
South City at Burlingame, El Camino at Woodside, 12.Syracuse 20-4 919 17 Washington 13 37 .260 24
Hector Taveras (Nationals-GCL) 25 games for his vi- Toronto 23 26 5 51 143 169
Aragon at Menlo-Atherton, Jefferson at Carlmont, olation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and 13.Wisconsin 17-5 790 19 Central Division
Mills at Terra Nova,Hillsdale at Half Moon Bay,West- Ottawa 17 29 8 42 119 178
Treatment Program. 14.Purdue 18-5 754 11 W L Pct GB
moor at Oceana, Capuchino at Sequoia, 6 p.m; Chicago 34 16 .680 — Southeast Division
Sacred Heart Cathedral at Serra,7:30 p.m.
MLB Players Association 15.Arizona 20-4 630 21
Indiana 21 28 .429 12 1/2 W L OT Pts GF GA
MLBPA—Named Matt Nussbaum assistant gen- 16.Louisville 18-5 604 15
eral counsel. Milwaukee 20 30 .400 14 Tampa Bay 33 17 5 71 168 169
Boys Soccer 17.Florida 18-5 534 —
American League Detroit 19 33 .365 16 Washington 29 16 10 68 150 136
Menlo at Sacred Heart Prep,2:45 p.m.;Woodside at 18.Kentucky 16-6 519 10 Cleveland 8 44 .154 27
Carlmont, Westmoor at Aragon, Jefferson at Hills- BOSTON RED SOX—Agreed to terms with LHP Carolina 26 21 7 59 161 167
19.Missouri 18-5 511 14
dale, South City at San Mateo, Mills at Capuchino, Dennys Reyes on a minor league contract. Atlanta 24 22 10 58 162 183
20.North Carolina 17-5 461 23
Crystal Springs Uplands at Harker, 3 p.m.; Serra at
Riordan, 3:15 p.m.; Sequoia at Terra Nova, Menlo-
TAMPA BAY RAYS—Designated OF Justin Rug-
giano and 1B-OF Leslie Anderson for assignment. 21.Utah St. 22-2 347 22 WESTERN CONFERENCE Florida 23 24 6 52 141 143
Atherton at Burlingame, 4 p.m.; El Camino at Half 22.Texas A&M 17-5 231 16 Southwest Division
National League
Moon Bay,5:45
MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Assigned RHP Roque 23.Vanderbilt 16-6 128 23 W L Pct GB WESTERN CONFERENCE
Mercedes outright to Nashville (PCL). 24.Temple 17-5 110 — San Antonio 43 8 .843 — Central Division
Girls Basketball Dallas 36 15 .706 7
Notre Dame-Belmont at Sacred Heart Cathedral, NBA 25.West Virginia 15-7 93 25 W L OT Pts GF GA
New Orleans 32 21 .604 12
7:30 p.m. SAN ANTONIO SPURS—Signed F Steve Novak to Detroit 32 15 6 70 176 156
a 10-day contract. Memphis 28 26 .518 16 1/2
Others receiving votes: Minnesota 88, Wi- Houston 25 29 .463 19 1/2 Nashville 28 19 7 63 141 129
Boys Wrestling NFL chita St. 29, Coastal Carolina 26, Cincinnati Northwest Division Chicago 27 22 4 58 168 150
PAL Wrestling Finals Entry and Seeding Meeting @ PHILADELPHIA EAGLES—Named Johnnie Lynn 22,Saint Mary’s,Calif.22,Alabama 21,George
Burlingame,7 p.m. W L Pct GB Columbus 26 22 5 57 145 163
secondary/cornerbacks coach and Bobby April,Jr. Mason 19, Washington 15, Marquette 12,
defensive quality control coach. Promoted David Oklahoma City 33 18 .647 — St.Louis 24 20 8 56 140 154
College Basketball — Women Culley to senior offensive assistant/wide receivers,
Xavier 12,Florida St.11,Belmont 5,Illinois 5, Utah 31 22 .585 3 Northwest Division
City College of San Francisco at College of San James Urban assistant offensive coordinator,Doug UCLA 5,UNLV 5,Baylor 4,Colorado St.2,Ten- Denver 30 22 .577 3 1/2 W L OT Pts GF GA
Mateo,5:30 p.m. Pederson quarterbacks coach and Duce Staley spe- nessee 2,UTEP 2,Cleveland St.1,Duquesne Portland 28 24 .538 5 1/2
1,Missouri St.1. Vancouver 35 10 9 79 183 127
cial teams quality control coach. Minnesota 13 39 .250 20 1/2
Calgary 27 21 7 61 157 161
College Basketball — Men TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS—Named Keith Millard Pacific Division
Skyline College at Cañada College,7 p.m. and Grady Stretz co-defensive line coaches and Ty- W L Pct GB Minnesota 27 20 5 59 135 138
rone Pettaway defensive quality control coach. LOCAL SCOREBOARD L.A.Lakers 36 16 .692 — Colorado 25 22 6 56 164 175
THURSDAY TENNESSEE TITANS—Fired offensive coordinator Phoenix 24 25 .490 10 1/2 Edmonton 16 29 8 40 133 180
Girls Soccer Mike Heimerdinger. GIRLS’BASKETBALL Golden State 22 28 .440 13 Pacific Division
Castilleja at Menlo,2:45 p.m.;Woodside at Hillsdale, WASHINGTON REDSKINS—Named Chris Mor- Sequoia 36,Capuchino 22 L.A.Clippers 19 32 .373 16 1/2 W L OT Pts GF GA
Aragon at Carlmont, South City at Westmoor, El gan assistant offensive line coach. Capuchino 3 9 3 7 — 22 Sacramento 12 36 .250 22
Camino at Mills,Jefferson at Capuchino,The King’s Dallas 30 18 5 65 152 150
NHL Sequoia 5 165 9 6 — 36
Academy at Mercy-Burlingame,3 p.m.;Sacred Heart San Jose 29 19 6 64 152 144
Prep at Priory, Harker at Crystal Springs Uplands, NEW JERSEY DEVILS—Recalled G Mike McKenna CAPUCHINO (fg ftm-fta tp) — Brazil 2 0-0 6, Mar- Monday’s Games
from Albany (AHL). Phoenix 27 19 9 63 156 156
3:30 p.m.;Terra Nova at Menlo-Atherton,San Mateo quez 2 0-0 6, Lewis 0 4-4 4, McDaid 0 1-2 1,Tang 1 Charlotte 94,Boston 89
NEW YORK ISLANDERS—Recalled G Joel Martin Anaheim 29 21 4 62 146 150
at Burlingame,Half Moon Bay at Sequoia,4 p.m. 0-0 2, Pilster 1 0-0 3. Totals 6 5-6 22. SEQUOIA — L.A.Lakers 93,Memphis 84
from Bridgeport (AHL). Alo 2 0-2 4,Carroll 1 0-0 2,Maitiatoga 5 2-2 12,G.Pri- Minnesota 104,New Orleans 92 Los Angeles 29 22 2 60 150 129
College Baseball VANCOUVER CANUCKS—Reassigned F Alexan- eto 2 2-4 6, Serrano 2 1-4 6,Woo 2 2-2 6.Totals 14 Dallas 99,Cleveland 96
College of San Mateo at Solano,3 p.m.;San Joaquin dre Bolduc to Manitoba (AHL). 7-14 36. 3-pointers — Brazil 2, Marquez 2, Pilster Houston 108,Denver 103 Two points for a win,one point for overtime loss.
Delta College at Skyline College,2 p.m. WASHINGTON CAPITALS—Assigned C Jay Bea- (C); Serrano (S).Records — Sequoia 4-3 PAL Lake,
13-8 overall; Capuchino 1-6. Frosh-soph score — Portland 109,Chicago 103
gle to Hershey (AHL). Utah 107,Sacramento 104 Monday’s Games
Sequoia 29,Capuchino 28.
College Softball COLLEGE Phoenix 104,Golden State 92 Toronto 5,Atlanta 4
Napa College at College of San Mateo,3 p.m. CARTHAGE—Named Mike Yeager defensive co- Tuesday’s Games
BOYS’BASKETBALL Detroit 3,N.Y.Rangers 2
ordinator. Philadelphia 117,Atlanta 83
FRIDAY Sacred Heart Prep 59,Eastside Prep 17 Edmonton 4,Nashville 0
CHARLESTON—Announced the retirement of Orlando 101,L.A.Clippers 85
Girls Basketball football coach Tony DeMeo. Eastside Prep 4 5 5 3 — 17 San Antonio 100,Detroit 89 Calgary 3,Chicago 1
Menlo Atherton at Terra Nova, San Mateo at Mils, GEORGIA—Suspended junior TB Washaun Ealey Sacred Heart Prep 18 21 17 3 — 59 Miami 117,Indiana 112 Phoenix 3,Colorado 0
Aragon at Burlingame,Half Moon Bay at Westmoor, indefinitely. Vancouver 4,Ottawa 2
South City at El Camino,Oceana at Carlmont,Hills- EASTSIDE PREP (fg ftm-fta tp) — Walker 0 1-4 1, Milwaukee 92,Toronto 74
dale at Sequoia, Jefferson at Woodside, Menlo at GREENSBORO—Named Kathleen Standberg Baldwin 0 1-2 1, Carter 1 0-0 3, Van Hook 0 1-2 1, Minnesota 112,Houston 108 Tuesday’s Games
Sacred Heart Prep, Crystal Springs Uplands, women’s assistant golf coach. Bishop 1 0-0 2,Gray 1 2-2 5,Omordi 1 0-0 2,Calderon Memphis 105,Oklahoma City 101 OT New Jersey 3,Carolina 2,OT
6 p.m.; Mercy-Burlingame at Notre Dame-SJ, 6:30 HOUSTON—Named Leon Burnett director of 1 0-0 2. Totals 4 5-10 17. SACRED HEART PREP — Wednesday’s Games Toronto 5,N.Y.Islanders 3
p.m.; St.Francis at Notre Dame-Belmont,7:30 p.m. player personnel and quality control.Named Jamie R.McConnell 5 2-2 17,Bruni 0 2-2 2,P.McNamara 1 Detroit at Cleveland,4 p.m.
0-0 2, C. McConnell 3 0-0 7, C. Baloff 4 0-0 10,Tern- Columbus 4,Pittsburgh 1
Bryant linebackers coach. Charlotte at Indiana,4 p.m.
drup 2 1-2 6,W.McConnell 4 0-0 8,O’Donnell 2 0-0 San Jose 2,Washington 0
Boys Basketball MIAMI (OHIO)—Named Paul Harker director of 4,Moran 1 0-0 2,A.Baloff 0 1-2 1.Totals 21 6-12 59. New Orleans at New Jersey,4 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton at Woodside, South City at El strength and conditioning. Buffalo 7,Tampa Bay 4
3-pointers — Carter, Gray (EP); R. McConnell 5, C. Orlando at Philadelphia,4 p.m.
Camino, Aragon at Burlingame, Half Moon Bay at MISSISSIPPI—Announced WR Jesse Grandy will McConnell, C. Baloff 2,Terndrup (SHP). Records — San Antonio at Toronto,4 p.m. St.Louis 2,Florida 1
Terra Nova,Jefferson at Mills,Hillsdale at Carlmont, leave the program after the spring semester be- Sacred Heart Prep 11-0 WBAL, 19-2 overall; East- Wednesday’s Games
Oceana at Sequioa,San Mateo at Westmoor,Menlo Milwaukee at Washington,4 p.m.
cause of a family illness. side Prep 1-10,6-15. Montreal at Boston,4 p.m.
at Sacred Heart Prep, Priory at Crystal Springs Up- L.A.Clippers at New York,4:30 p.m.
SOUTHERN MISS—Named Dan Disch defensive Chicago at Utah,6 p.m. San Jose at Columbus,4 p.m.
lands,7:30 p.m. coordinator and safeties coach. Added the title of
co-defensive coordinator to linebacker coach David GIRLS’SOCCER Dallas at Sacramento,7 p.m. Nashville at Detroit,4:30 p.m.
College Basketball — Women Duggan and special teams coordinator to running Aragon 3,San Mateo 1 Denver at Golden State,7:30 p.m. Colorado at Minnesota,8 p.m.
College of San Mateo at Skyline College,7 p.m. backs coach Pat Washington. Halftime score — 3-1 Aragon. Goal scorer — A, Thursday’s Games Phoenix at Dallas,8:30 p.m.
WAKE FOREST—Dismissed freshman F Melvin Petsche; SM, Turtletaub; A, Knowles; A, Rodrick. L.A.Lakers at Boston,5 p.m.
Ottawa at Calgary,9:30 p.m.
College Basketball — Men Tabb from the men’s basketball team for the rest of Records — Aragon 7-2-2 PAL Bay, 23 points; San Golden State at Phoenix,6 p.m.
Mateo 8-2-1,25 points. Chicago at Edmonton,9:30 p.m.
Skyline College at Foothill College,7 p.m. the season for conduct detrimental to the team. Dallas at Denver,7:30 p.m.
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“He was born in Jim Crow (era) Georgia.It was a completely different
world than living in California these days,which is such a diverse
area and people are just comfortable being around people that
people who think they know more about Ty
aren’t the same skin color or from the same background.”
Cobb than I do and say, ’Oh, he was a terrible — Ty Cobb,former Sacred Heart Prep standout playing basketball at Occidental College
guy, he was a jerk,”’ the younger Cobb said.
“Ty Cobb does have kind of a tough reputation, “They don’t know he made his money from He’s not overwhelmed by anything. Sometimes
but people who say that just aren’t informed or investing. He retired to Atherton, California, freshmen will come in and talk a big game and
just want to start an argument.” which is a very nice area,” Cobb said. “He had Ty didn’t say a word, he just worked and
The elder Cobb was born in Narrows, Ga., in a big house in Tahoe right on the lake and that worked.”
1886 when the South was strictly segregated. was all from being an astute businessman, even In their biggest game of the season, a 93-50
Along with a reputation for a surly tempera- though he never went to college and never got loss at then-No. 7 San Diego State, Cobb had
ment and an aggressive playing style, he was much of a formal education.” two points, one block, one assist and two
widely regarded as a racist, with history noting Cobb is considering majoring in economics turnovers. He was playing in front of 12,414
his run-ins and scrapes with blacks on and off and possibly attending business school. fans instead of the 1,000 or less that turn up for
the field. He played three sports at Sacred Heart Prep a home game.
“I’ve got no qualms with how Ty Cobb led in the Bay Area. He was a double-figure scorer “Our bench was 20 feet from the student sec-
his life,” his great-grandson said. “From what and rebounder on the basketball team and a tion and they took a lot of joy in screaming at
I’ve heard from my dad who knew him really first baseman and left-handed pitcher on the us as much as they could,” he said.
well as a grandpa, he was a very generous, lov- baseball team. Occidental’s baseball team began its season
ing man. He was always fair to everyone and “If I was ever just playing around with last week and coach Jason Hawkins has reason
was just a pleasure to be around.” friends, it was always throwing a basketball,” to be optimistic. Cobb talked to him recently DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS FILE
The younger Cobb plays on an Occidental he said. “I love basketball because it’s five guys about possibly pitching. He’s torn between Ty Cobb was a three-sport standout while at
team that includes three black and three Latino working together to accomplish one goal. focusing on basketball year-round and unleash- Sacred Heart Prep. Despite his great
players. Baseball is a lot more individual.” ing his fastball. grandfather being enshrined in the baseball
“He was born in Jim Crow (era) Georgia,” The Tigers (10-10) have won four of five, “When the weather turns, you smell the Hall of Fame, Cobb decided to give basket-
Cobb said. “It was a completely different world including two in a row, with five games remain- fresh grass,” Cobb said, smiling. “It’s like ball a shot at Occidental College.
than living in California these days, which is ing. Cobb has played in all 20 games, while instinct to be playing baseball. I miss being
such a diverse area and people are just com- making a few spot starts for the 2,100-student out there, but I’m still happier playing bas- in retirement.
fortable being around people that aren’t the liberal arts college where President Barack ketball only. That was my choice.” “For all the bad rep he got, I really liked
same skin color or from the same background.” Obama spent two years before transferring to Growing up in the Bay Area made Cobb a watching Barry Bonds play,” Cobb said. “He
His namesake retired a wealthy man, having Columbia. big San Francisco Giants fan, and his had one of the best, most compact swings in
invested heavily in Coca-Cola and General “When he’s on the court, good things hap- favorite player is Barry Bonds, who like his baseball and is a guy that’s really good to imi-
Electric stock. He died in 1961 at 74. pen,” Newhall said. “He’s just kind of clutch. great-grandfather, remains a flash point even tate on that level.”

O’Mahoney in the Aragon defensive zone But in the minutes after the equalizer, their finishing touch in 1-on-1 situations

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started it off. After O’Mahoney intercepted a
pass, she found Kelly Ghiorso on the right
wing, who immediately lobbed a pass into the
Aragon showed the attitude that won them the
game. Instead of falling back, the Dons
grabbed the momentum away from the
Tuesday afternoon. The Dons knew when to
get the ball off their feet and finished fantasti-
cally on all three chances they got.
Aragon penalty box. After a bounce, the dead- Bearcats, once again scoring by beating San
liest striker in the league, Katelyn Turtletaub Mateo right down the middle of the field. The second half wasn’t as action-packed,
“We wanted it so bad,” said Aragon goal- controlled the ball, cut to the inside and with On the go-ahead goal, McAuliffe was but by no means was it any less physical. And
keeper Ashley Lentz. “The before-game talk her left foot beat Lentz for the equalizer with responsible for the through ball — it was a Aragon did not let up the pressure, out-shoot-
was, ‘We need to get it back. We should have 16 minutes left in the half. pass with the outside of her right foot that will ing the Bearcats 7-3 in the game’s latter half.
won the first game.’ It was all positive.” not be executed any better this season. The
“We have a great defense,” Lentz said, “It was an exciting game,” said San Mateo
With all the energy on Aragon’s side, the pass found a streaking Angela Knowles who head coach Daire O’Connor. “We had one or
“(And) our plan was to stop her. We put peo-
Bearcats showed some moxie in scoring the did not waste any time in beating Jacobs by two injuries that really upset our rhythm and
ple on her, and we stopped her (but it was)
lobbing the ball over her head for the 2-1 lead. we’re just going to have to try and recover,
equalizer. A great hustle play by Tarryn easier said than done.”
“I think the IQ soccer-sense of our players we’re going to have to regroup. We’re still two
is unchallenged by other teams,” Colglazier points ahead so we’re going to stay positive.
said. “The shape, the composure, not playing Aragon is on a great roll right now. Their con-
kick ball but playing smart combinations and fidence is high and their speed of play, they’re
the through ball once we see they’re flat. It’s aggressive, we found it hard to deal with that.
just fun to see what you practice work in the Aragon just stayed strong.”
game. I saw us having combinations in the
center and then the opposite person making “Everyone was just so angry,” said
the through run — it was pretty soccer, it was McAuliffe of the first game between the intra-
just pretty soccer today.” city rivals. “We were just sick of it and we just
While that goal stunned the Bearcats, the changed our mentality, started to focus a lot
dagger came eight minutes later on yet anoth- more at practice. We were sick of not playing
er through ball down the heart of the San to the best of our ability. So we started com-
Mateo defense. This time, Nicole Rodrick was ing out and going hard every single game, not
the beneficiary of a great pass by Stevie expecting anything from the other team, just
Herrera. Aragon deserved a lot of credit for going out and playing our game.”
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Romance with a healthy dose of rosemary

By lison Ladman flower, salt and pepper. Cook, stirring
Cream of Cauliflower frequently, until the cauliflower is very
and Rosemary Soup soft and the mixture has thickened.
In many cultures, rosemary has a long Start to finish: 20 minutes Using an immersion blender or work-
history as an aphrodisiac, an herb with Servings: 2 ing in batches in a regular blender, puree
the power to keep fidelity and love 1 tablespoon butter the mixture until very smooth. Adjust
strong. 1 shallot, chopped the seasoning with additional salt and
So why not tap that history to grow a 2 sprigs fresh rosemary, finely minced pepper, if needed. Finish with a drizzle
little romance of your own on 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour of rosemary oil.
Valentine’s Day? This three-course meal 1 cup milk Nutrition information per serving (val-
isn’t speedy, but the effort will win you 1/2 cup heavy cream ues are rounded to the nearest whole
the admiration of your love. 12 ounces frozen cauliflower, thawed number): 756 calories; 291 calories from
Start by making the pots de creme (the 1/2 teaspoon salt fat (38 percent of total calories); 33 g fat
recipe makes an extra two servings in 1/4 teaspoon ground white pepper (19 g saturated; 1 g trans fats); 81 mg
case you’re craving more chocolate Rosemary olive oil or other herbed oil, cholesterol; 89 g carbohydrate; 29 g pro-
later) to give them plenty of time to chill. to drizzle tein; 4 g fiber; 513 mg sodium.
Then get all your ingredients organ- In a medium saucepan over medium-
ized and prepped up. Everything else high, melt the butter. Add the shallot and Rosemary Seared Tenderloin
will go together without too much trou- rosemary and saute until the shallot is with Honeyed Sweet Potato
ble. tender, about 3 to 4 minutes. Add the
flour and stir to coat. and Blue Cheese Green Beans
Cook for another Start to finish: 45 minutes
minute, then whisk Servings: 2
in the milk and For the sweet potato:
cream. 2 medium or 1 large sweet potato
Add the cauli-
See ROSEMARY, Page 22
THE DAILY JOURNAL FOOD Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 21

Embracing garlic in a quick Valentine’s Day dinner

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS chili paste for
a touch of heat
Maybe it’s just me, but there is and to sharpen
something sensual about the pun- the other fla-
gency of garlic. vors. Then I
And so long as you follow the No. finished with
1 rule of garlic and romance — both just a bit of
of you eat it or neither of you eat it, raw garlic. of
never just one — you’re safe adding course.
some serious garlic to your The result?
Valentine’s Day dinner. Best yet, it’s Intensely deli-
such a high-flavor ingredient, it’s cious. To
easy to make a fast dinner with seri- J.M. HIRSCH make it even
ous wow!-factor. better I added
So I decided to make a totally a bit of grated Parmesan to pull it all
over-the-top garlic dinner, one that together and topped it with some
is fast and flavorful and in-your-face diced tomato for a fresh contrast.
lush. To make that happen, I decid- And be sure to serve it with garlic
ed to use garlic three ways. bread.
I started by making a basic garlic
butter by blending softened butter QUICK TRIPLE-GARLIC
with a generous amount of garlic FETTUCCINE
powder. I know purists poo-poo gar- Start to finish: 20 minutes
lic powder, but I like it for things Servings: 2
like this. It blends well in liquids 8 ounces fettuccine pasta
and has a more mellow flavor than 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter, softened
fresh. I then used some of that but- 1 tablespoon garlic powder
ter to briefly saute slivered fresh 4 large cloves garlic, minced
garlic. 1 teaspoon chili paste (hot sauce
Then I made my pasta. I liked fet- can be substituted)
tuccine, but any variety works. I 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
tossed the cooked pasta first with 2 plum tomatoes, seeded and
the reserved garlic butter, then with And so long as you follow the No.1 rule of garlic and romance — both of you eat it or neither of you eat it,never
the sauteed garlic. I used a splash of See GARLIC, Page 22 just one — you’re safe adding some serious garlic to your Valentine’s Day dinner.

Make your love flip for you with upside-down cake

By Jim Romanoff 1 medium mango etable peeler, remove the skin from
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1/4 cup light brown sugar the mango. Slice along the flat cen-
1 tablespoon honey or corn syrup tral pit to remove the flesh from
Sometimes on Valentine’s Day 2 tablespoons butter each side in one large piece. Slice
the most romantic thing to do is 3/4 cup all-purpose flour each piece lengthwise into long,
something unexpected. Upside- 3/4 cup granulated sugar thin slices. Set aside.
down cakes are the baking world’s 1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa pow- In a small saucepan over medium,
version of this kind of whimsy. der combine the brown sugar, honey or
Build everything from the bottom 1 teaspoon baking soda corn syrup, and the butter. Stir until
up and give it flip before serving. 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger the mixture is bubbling.
This cocoa-mango upside-down 1/4 teaspoon salt Immediately pour it into an 8-inch
cake combines the winning flavors 3/4 cup buttermilk round cake pan, spreading the mix-
of ginger-tinged chocolate with a 1/4 cup canola oil ture evenly over the bottom.
tropical layer of brightly colored Arrange the slices of mango in a
1 large egg
mango. Decorating the edges with spiral pattern over the sugar-butter
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
some chopped macadamia nuts adds mixture.
1/4 cup apricot preserves, strained Set a mesh strainer over a large
a beautiful and simple garnish.
2 tablespoon chopped macadamia bowl. Add the flour, sugar, cocoa,
COCOA-MANGO nuts or almonds baking soda, ginger and salt, then
Place a rack in lower third of sift them into the bowl. Add the but-
UPSIDE-DOWN CAKE oven. Heat the oven to 350 F. Set a termilk, oil, egg and vanilla. Using
Start to finish: 1 hour 5 minutes baking sheet on the bottom of the an electric mixer, beat the mixture
This cocoa-mango upside-down cake combines the winning flavors of (25 minutes active) oven to catch any drips.
ginger-tinged chocolate with a tropical layer of brightly colored mango. Servings: 8 With a paring knife or sharp veg- See CAKE, Page 22
22 Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 FOOD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Prick the sweet potato all over with a fork. Place half the sweet potato, a steak and half 325 F. Set 4 small ramekins (about 4 ounces
ROSEMARY Microwave on high for 5 to 6 minutes, or until
completely tender. Allow to cool slightly.
Peel the sweet potato and mash it in a small
the beans on each serving plate. Garnish the
beans with the almonds, if using.
each) inside a 9-by-9-inch baking pan.
In a medium bowl, whisk together the egg
yolks and the sugar.
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bowl. Mix in the butter, honey, salt and pepper. Milk Chocolate Turn on the heat under the cream mixture to
Cover the bowl with foil and place in the oven Rosemary Pots de Creme medium. When the liquid is just steaming,
2 tablespoons butter to keep warm. remove it from the heat. While continuously
2 tablespoons honey If not already done, cut the tenderloin into 2 Start to finish: 1 hour 40 minutes, plus chill- whisking the egg mixture, dribble the warm
1/2 teaspoon salt steaks. Rub the salt and rosemary all over the ing (15 minutes active) cream mixture very slowly and just a little at a
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper meat. Servings: 4 time into the egg yolks. Add the milk chocolate
For the tenderloin: In a large oven-safe skillet over medium- 1 cup heavy cream and whisk until melted.
1 pound tenderloin or 2 beef tenderloin steaks 1/4 cup milk
high, heat the butter and oil until the butter is Using a fine mesh strainer, strain the mixture
1/2 teaspoon salt 2 sprigs fresh rosemary, chopped
melted. Sear the steaks on each side until well- into a liquid measuring cup with a pouring
2 sprigs fresh rosemary, finely minced 1/4 teaspoon orange zest
browned, about 2 to 3 minutes per side. Place spout. Discard any solids.
2 tablespoons butter 3 egg yolks
1 tablespoon vegetable or canola oil the skillet in the oven and cook until the steaks Carefully pour the liquid into the ramekins.
reach 125 F at the center. Remove from the 2 tablespoons sugar Pour hot water into the outer pan to come half
For the green beans:
oven, cover with foil and allow to rest for 10 3 ounces milk chocolate bits way up the sides of the ramekins, making sure
8 ounces trimmed green beans
minutes. Whipped cream, to serve not to get any water in the ramekins.
3 tablespoons crumbled blue cheese (such as
Gorgonzola) While the steaks rest, prepare the green In a small saucepan over medium heat, com- Place the pan in the oven and cover loosely
Salt and ground black pepper, to taste beans. Bring a small saucepan of water to a boil. bine the cream, milk, rosemary and orange zest. with foil. Bake until set and the centers just
3 tablespoons toasted sliced almonds (option- Add the beans and cover. Boil until bright green Bring to a simmer, then turn off the heat and barely jiggle, about 55 to 65 minutes. Remove
al) and just tender, about 3 minutes. Drain the cover. Allow the mixture to steep for 30 min- the ramekins from the water and chill until
Heat the oven to 350 F. beans, then transfer to a bowl. Add the blue utes. completely cold, at least 2 hours. Serve topped
cheese, salt and pepper, then toss well. Toward the end of steeping, heat the oven to with a dollop of whipped cream.

down and industrialization allowed for artifi- business plan and establishing a company, how to prepare and enjoy it.

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cial casings. That wasn’t the food Bertolli
grew up with nor was it the experience he
wanted for his patrons. Generations weren’t
Bertolli built the plant and started production.
“I want to bring about a renaissance. I think
it’s happening now; bring back some of the
Don’t worry, those in attendance will have a
chance to taste while they learn.

passing along the secrets. variety lost in the last 40 years,” he said. The event, which includes sampling of a
Bertolli — who was chef of Chez Panisse Maybe not your typical demonstration, selection of Fra’ Mani cured meats, will be
prosciutto to the family. held from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb.
Restaurant in Berkeley from 1982 to 1992 and Bertolli will be on hand this weekend to talk
“We would eat them all the time,” he 10 at New Leaf Community Markets, 150 San
recalled. chef/co-owner of Oliveto Restaurant in about what is made at Fra’ Mani Handcrafted
Oakland from 1995 to 2005 — served Foods. Fra’ Mani is an Italian abbreviation for Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. It’s $5 and pre-
An appreciation for the whole animal start- registration is required. To register call (831)
ed as a teenager when Bertolli worked as a sausages in his restaurants. There were pates fratelli mani, meaning “brothers hands.”
and salami also to be made. “Fermentation in meat is curious for peo- 466-9060 ext. 126 or register at
butcher in a San Francisco market. In the
butchers’ union at 14, Bertolli had access to “It was wildly successful. People would ple,” he said adding many people have ques-
salami and sausage, in what he described as ask, ‘Can I buy this stuff and take it home?’” tions like, why is there mold on the outside?
the heyday of such specialties. Since then, Bertolli said. Bertolli will be on hand to not only talk
Heather Murtagh can be reached by e-mail:
Bertolli noticed a change. Meat quality went He wasn’t able to sell the product, but saw about the process of making the meats, but or by phone: (650)
an opportunity. After two years or building a also what to look for when in the store and 344-5200 ext. 105.

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the pan onto the plate. Replace any fruit that
sticks to the pan.
In a small saucepan, heat the preserves until
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set aside.
Add the remaining garlic powder-butter
blend, the sauteed garlic and any butter in the
bubbling. Brush over the top of the cake. skillet, and the chili paste to the pasta and toss
Sprinkle the chopped nuts around the edge of until the butter is melted. Add all but 2 table-
on low just until combined. Increase the mixer the cake to garnish. diced
speed to medium and beat for 2 minutes longer. spoons of the Parmesan and toss until melted
Nutrition information per serving (values are Bring a large saucepan of well salted (about
Pour the batter over the mango. Bake for 45 1 tablespoon of kosher salt) water to a boil. and smooth. While tossing, add about 2 table-
rounded to the nearest whole number): 256 spoons of the reserved pasta cooking water
to 55 minutes, or until a skewer inserted at the calories; 106 calories from fat (41 percent of Add the pasta and cook according to package
center of the cake comes out clean. Run a knife directions. Reserve 1/4 cup of the pasta cook- and toss until smooth.
total calories); 12 g fat (3 g saturated; 0 g trans
around the edge of the cake to release it. Invert ing water, then drain the pasta, return it to the Divide the pasta between 2 serving plates,
fats); 36 mg cholesterol; 38 g carbohydrate; 4 g
a serving plate over the cake. Turn both cake saucepan and set aside. then top each with diced tomatoes and the
protein; 2 g fiber; 247 mg sodium.
While the pasta cooks, in a small bowl, mix reserved Parmesan.
together the butter and garlic powder. Nutrition information per serving (values
In a large skillet over medium heat, melt are rounded to the nearest whole number):
half of the garlic butter. When the butter is just 756 calories; 291 calories from fat (38 percent
sizzling, add half of the minced fresh garlic. of total calories); 33 g fat (19 g saturated; 1 g
Saute for 30 seconds, or until it just barely trans fats); 81 mg cholesterol; 89 g carbohy-
drate; 29 g protein; 4 g fiber; 513 mg sodium.
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help guide cuts. The last column, quali- goes forward, Ira said.

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ty of life, could be things like the Police
Activities League which are good pro-
grams but not mandated by law or a core
“We don’t want to lay off any more
employees. It’s not fair to our citizens,”
Ira said.
Daughters aged 3 to 14 will enjoy an
departmental service, Ira said. Another plan involves two measures Deadline for payment for elegant evening of semi-formal
Although city officials cut across the on the upcoming ballot, increases to the Newcomers luncheon. Meeting dancing with their first fellow, their
deferring to a more public conversation board in past years, that approach may date is Tuesday, Feb. 15. San Mateo Dad. $15. For more information call
transient occupancy tax and business Newcomers Club luncheon: 595-7444.
later. What he does know is the answer not be right anymore because some license fee. The latter would be a 50 Longtime/new residents invited.
to the city’s budget is not easy. departments have more capacity than Noon, Tuesday, Feb. 15 at CreoLa Yoga at Change: Learn How to
percent hike over three years, to gener- Bistro, 344 El Camino Real, San Meditate. 7 p.m. 400 Ben Franklin
“There is no silver bullet when it others and some services have different ate an extra $233,00 the first year fol- Carlos. $25. Guest speaker is Janet Court, San Mateo. Cost is by dona-
comes to solving this problem,” he said. value to the community, Ponty said. Migliore discussing car mainte- tion. For more information call 340-
lowed by $272,000 and $318,000.
Without any steps, the city is looking The primary direction Monday night nance. For more information contact 9642.
Ira concedes the potential revenue Sharon at 578-9208.
at a current $2.6 million deficit, with was not drawing from reserves, Bain ‘Noise Off.’ 8 p.m. The Costal
would be “a pittance” compared to the
following years at $4.7 million and $6.5 said, although other options are pretty Community Health Screenings. 9 Repertory Theater, 1167 Main
lofty need. a.m. to 11 a.m. Senior Focus, 1720 Street, Half Moon Bay. A British
million. much on the table. “The main message El Camino Real, Suite 10, farce with many laughs. For more
Even so, the city is hoping to get the
The numbers are not insurmountable, is we are looking at everything, not just Burlingame. Consultation with a information call 569-3266.
support of the Chamber of Commerce nurse to discuss the test results and
said Finance Director Brian Ponty who pushing tax increases,” he said. SATURDAY, FEB. 12
and business groups. However, the lifestyle modification including
added the percentage of operating They are also not draining reserves exercise, healthy diet, weight man- EBay Class. 10 a.m. Millbrae
groups were on board the last time the agement, stress reduction and smok- Library, 1 Library Ave., Millbrae.
expenses is more important than the and “kicking the can down the road like city sought a business license fee ing cessation. $25 for seniors 62 and Learn about the popular online auc-
specific figure. the state has done,” Ponty said. older, $30 for those under 62. For tion site. Free. For more information
increase and it failed in 2009. more information call 696-3660. call 697-7607.
The beginning $2.6 million deficit is Like Ira, Bain is hoping union conces- “A sales tax is a really hard sell,” Ira
3.3 percent of $80 million in expendi- sions and revenue enhancements might Elder Care Workshop. 9:30 a.m. to D is for Dragon Dance. 10 a.m. San
said. “There’s definitely a strong tenure 11 a.m. 1528 S. El Camino Real, Mateo County History Museum,
tures. take the sting out of some reductions. out there of why give more money if we Suite 108, San Mateo. Bay Laurel 2200 Broadway, Redwood City.
The three-pronged fix is already under “None of us on the council want to Law Group, LLP invites anyone Preschool children will be told of a
think you’re going to squander it?” Ira story about Chinese New Year. $5
way, with restructuring of departments continue to cut services but if we don’t confronting the possibility of caring
said. for an aging parent to this special for adults, $3 for seniors and stu-
like the elimination of the deputy city get the labor concessions we’re looking question and answer session. For dents, free for children under five
The city has until July to approve
manager position. for, we will have to,” Bain said. more information contact Andrea years old. For more information call
placing the measures on the November Delgado at 525-0234. 299-0104.
At a mid-year general fund budget Ira is “really optimistic” about talks
review Monday night, the City Council with unions he and Interim City Job Seekers at Your Library. 11 Marianne’s Vintage Jewelry
a.m. to 2 p.m. San Mateo Main Trunk Show. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ritz-
defined critical services like police, fire, Manager Bob Bell began in August. Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San Carlton Hotel, 1 Miramontes Point
sewer, water and streets. The council The unions have been active partici- Michelle Durand can be reached by e-mail: Mateo. Volunteers with experience Road., Half Moon Bay. Pieces from
in human resources, coaching and the early 1900s through the ’70s and
also told department heads to break pants and how much they can pony up or by phone: teaching are here to help you in your ’80s. For more information call 712
their services into three categories to will determine a lot of how the city (650) 344-5200 ext. 102. search for a job. For more informa- 7090.
tion call 522-7802.
Pacific Art League’s Valentines
year 2011-12 budget. Hotel taxes make up about 35 percent of

Bicycle Master Plan Workshop. Day Crafts Event. 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Half Moon Bay is seeking a five-year 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Main Library, Pacific Art League, 668 Ramona St.,
Half Moon Bay’s general fund revenue. 55 W. Third Ave., San Mateo. The Palo Alto. Come fold origami valen-
contract with another agency and bids The botched Beachwood development city of San Mateo’s Department of tines with us. Want a more personal
are due Feb. 24. is costing Half Moon Bay more than $1 Public Works is holding its second valentine? Frame and hand-embel-
Continued from page 1 community workshop for a review lish an instant photo for your valen-
Pacifica Police Chief Jim Saunders million a year for the next 30 years due of the city’s Draft Bicycle Master tine. For more information contact
toured Half Moon Bay facilities yester- to a court-ordered settlement with Palo Plan. Free. For more information
The city is seeking another agency to day with Violett. Alto developer Charles Keenan. call 522-7307.
Affordable Books at the Book
take over police services because it faces “Culturally, Pacifica and Half Moon Keenan bought the 24-acre parcel in Pulp Fashion: Isabella de Nook. Noon to 4 p.m. 1 Cottage
an ongoing structural deficit of nearly $1 Bay make a good fit,” Saunders said. 1993 for $1 million in a foreclosure sale Borchgrave. 7 p.m. San Carlos Lane, Twin Pines Park, Belmont. All
Library, 610 Elm St., San Carlos. proceeds go to the Belmont Library.
million related to a botched development “We share the same ideals on policing in and planned to build an 83-unit residen- Isabella de Borchgrave utilizes For more information call 593-5650.
known as Beachwood. Voters in Half a small coastal town.” tial subdivision on the property. paper to create dresses, shoes and
Moon Bay also rejected a 1-cent sales jewelry. Free. For more information Community Activities Bloom.
The Pacifica Police Department tried The city had given tentative approval call 591-0341. Noon to 4 p.m. 1400 Roosevelt Ave.,
tax increase in November that would to consolidate dispatch services with to a previous owner for the development Redwood City. Plant sale includes
have generated about $1.4 million annu- Organic Rose Care and new and hard-to-find varieties. Free.
South San Francisco and Daly City pre- but opposed the new proposal because Composting. 7:30 p.m. Veterans For more information contact Linda
ally. Both scenarios caused the city to viously. protected wetlands had appeared on the Memorial Senior Center, 1455 Kancev at 574-1220.
drastically reduce its workforce and “It didn’t quite work out,” Saunders property.
Madison Ave., Redwood City. Terry
Lyngso of Lyngso Garden Materials County Creations. 1 to 4 p.m. San
slash services. said. Mateo County History Museum,
Keenan sued and won an $18 million will be speaking on organic rose
The Sheriff’s Office recently made an Currently, the San Mateo and care and the benefits of compost and 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. The
decision in court. vermicompost. For more informa- San Mateo County History Museum
agreement with the city of San Carlos to Burlingame police departments are presents a history of entrepreneurs
The city could not pay the settlement tion call 857-9380.
provide police services there and is in studying whether to share a police chief from San Mateo County. Included
all at once and secured the bonds to pay THURSDAY, FEB. 10 with museum admission. For more
the process of developing a proposal for and the San Bruno and Millbrae police off Keenan in 2009. Citrus Talk and Tasting. 3:30 p.m. information visit
Half Moon Bay. departments already share a police chief. to 5:30 p.m. New Leaf Community
Last year, city employees agreed to ‘Going on 13’ Film Screening. 2
“Half Moon Bay makes sense to us More consolidation could be in the Markets, 150 San Mateo Road, Half
salary and benefit reductions along with Moon Bay Learn about and sample p.m. San Carlos Library, 610 Elm
since we are already out there,” Sheriff works, depending on the economy, the variety of citrus available now as St., San Carlos. Join directors Kristy
taking furloughs to help trim about Guevara-Flanagan and Dawn
Greg Munks said yesterday. The Munks said. well as tips for great ways to use cit-
$900,000 from the city’s budget. The rus. Free. For more information con- Valadez for a screening and discus-
Sheriff’s Office patrols coastal areas “Five or six years from now, the coun- sion of their award-winning film
city also had to take $500,000 from its tact
from Pescadero to Princeton by the Sea. ty will look a little different,” Munks ‘Going on 13.’ Free. For more infor-
reserves. History of Burlingame Trees. 7 mation call 591-0341.
Violett fielded questions from law said. “You could see some mergers or Contracting out police services could p.m. Lane Community Room,
enforcement officials yesterday about you could see the Sheriff’s Office con- Burlingame Public Library, 480 Yoga at Change: Hamsa Yoga. 2
save the city up to $800,000 annually. p.m. 400 Ben Franklin Court, San
the police department’s radio equipment, tracting more with other cities.” Primrose Road, Burlingame. Danica
Mateo. Cost is by donation. For
Hodge of the Burlingame Historical
fleet of vehicles, evidence room and Half Moon Bay’s main source of Society will present ‘A Leafy more information call 340-9642.
budget. The department’s budget for income, the hotel occupancy tax, is Bill Silverfarb can be reached by e-mail: sil-
Legacy: The History of Burlingame
How to Eat Like A Vegetarian
Trees.’ Free. For more information
next year is not set yet, however, as Half down dramatically by 18 percent or or by phone: call 558-7444, ext. 2. Even If You Never Want to Be
Moon Bay scrambles to balance its fiscal about $720,000 in the past couple years. (650) 344-5200 ext. 106. One. 2 p.m. 178 South Blvd., San
Valentine’s Weekend. 7 p.m. to 10 Mateo. Bay Area food author and
p.m. Broadway Grill, 1400 teacher Patti Breitman will lead a
Broadway, Burlingame. Join us as family-friendly workshop, where
voted the company should pay. cial incentives to SunEdison,” according
BELMONT Mayor Coralin Feierbach expressed
interest in how many new jobs would be
created with the move and how many
to the staff report to Belmont coun-
The Clipper Drive building is partially
George Komsky delights audiences
with interpretations of different
musical styles during this
Valentine’s celebration. For reserva-
tions and more information call 343-
you’ll learn about wonderful, simple
and tasty vegetarian recipes you can
prepare quickly and easily. Free. For
more information
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jobs from the East Coast and other areas occupied by Volkswagen of America and 9333.
For more events visit
would be imported to the new headquar- was previously occupied by the Asera & Scott Clay Band. 8:30 p.m. Flight, click Calendar.
the Island Parkway Planned ters. Oral B companies, though it has Lounge, 971 Laurel St., San Carlos.
Development Area. The company SunEdison will relocate about 40 remained vacant for many years. Featuring bass virtuoso Scott clay
intends to invest up to $8 million in ren- and Ken Harrill playing jazz and
employees who currently work in San The company likes the Clipper Drive blues. 21 and over only. For more
ovating the building for its headquarters Francisco and another 80 employees because of its proximity to Highway information e-mail info@flight-
and sought RDA approval to waive more
from the East Coast, said Carole 101, Jacolick said. The company hopes
than $106,000 in fees to facilitate the Jacolick, vice president of human to finalize a lease agreement in a couple Why ‘Over The Counter’ Isn’t
move. resources at SunEdison. “We are doing a weeks, she said. Good Enough. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Suite 504, 100 S. Ellsworth Ave.,
SunEdison claims the move will gen- lot of heavy recruiting locally,” Jacolick The $86,000 in waived fees would be San Mateo. Join Dr. Paul Hughes for
erate 400 to 500 new jobs within the next said. debited from the RDA Capital Projects a discussion on the differences of
‘over the counter’ skin products ver-
few years. To incentivize the move, In the next few years, the company Fund, Facade Improvement Program and sus pharmaceutical grade skinprod-
SunEdison sought state, county and city plans on hiring about 400 new employ- transferred to the Redevelopment ucts. For more information call 343-
assistance in the process. From the state, 3844.
ees, she said. The company looked to Administration, Economic
SunEdison requested research and expand in San Francisco, but cost was a Development/Marketing Fund. FRIDAY, FEB. 11
development tax credits, industrial San Mateo High School Presents
factor, she said. “There are sufficient cash reserves and ‘The Wedding Singer.’ 7:30 p.m.
development bond funds to offset the The RDA will cover the costs of the budget authority to accommodate this San Mateo Performing Arts Center,
cost of tenant improvements at the building permit fees which would then transaction and the funds would be 600 N. Delaware St., San Mateo. A
romantic musical comedy about a
Clipper Drive building and select be counted as new revenue for the redistributed during the mid-year budget rock star wannabe and wedding
sales/use tax exemptions for manufac- Permit Center Development Services review process,” according to the staff singer in the 1980s. $15 for adults,
$10 for students and seniors. For
turing. fund. report. more information or to order tickets
The company wanted Belmont to SunEdison’s move to Belmont would SunEdison does not sell photovoltaic visit
waive a $30,000 building permit fee, further the city’s ability to attract new equipment but rather delivers fully man- The California Home and Patio
$20,000 building plan check fee and business, according to a staff report. aged solar energy services to customers Show. Noon to 7 p.m. The San
$20,000 General Plan maintenance fee, “Other benefits are manifested in new without the expense of financing, con- Mateo County Event Center, 2495 S.
Delaware St., San Mateo. Free. For
among others. jobs for the area and ancillary economic structing, owning and servicing their more information call 593-2465.
The council voted to waive a total of revenue — i.e. an infusion of a strong own systems. Father-Daughter Sweetheart
$86,000 in fees SunEdison would have new workforce that would utilize local The company is a division of much Dance. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Twin Pines
been required to pay, minus the General services and businesses. Such benefits to larger MEMC, a Standard & Poor’s 500 Senior and Community Center, 20
Twin Pines Lane, Belmont.
Plan maintenance fee, which the council the city warrant the provision of finan- Company.
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Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2010 have with another but the emotions that might be at play as
well when making a big change in the relationship.
Conditions are looking favorable for you in the year ahead
where your material concerns and circumstances are LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - Although you might have been
involved. Of course, it will be up to you to properly apply your- rather fortunate and have benefited in some manner from a
self toward the ends you want. situation another has, you will start to make a contribution in
the procedure as well.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) - The effectiveness from the
good intentions of two loyal friends of yours in helping you VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - Favorable changes could come
improve your lot in life will do much to warm your heart. Their into play involving a romantic situation that could turn out to
input will take root. be rather fortunate and/or benefit you in some manner. It’ll
make each more caring and dedicated.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) - Regardless of the circum-
stances, hang onto your hopes and expectations, even those LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) - Something in which you’re
that look rather grim. Conditions will eventually pass and involved will work out to your satisfaction when you focus on
things should work out rather well for you. doing it for a person you love in hopes of making him/her feel
more secure and happy.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) - When challenged or faced
with a difficult objective is when you’ll function at your best. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) - You’re not likely to be able
You won’t allow any goal or task intimidate you. to please everyone, but you should be able to keep most of
the people you’re with happy. As a result, your approval rating
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - Anything you can keep in will be elevated.
proper reference or view philosophically will keep you from
blowing bad situations out of perspective. You’ll not let your SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) - The potential for per-
thinking get unruffled. sonal accumulation looks rather good for you at this point in
time. In fact, even something that looked like a loser might
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) - Someone with whom you’ve reap some impressive rewards.
been having a hard time keeping things together will Previous
approach you with a new course of action you both can take. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - Your hard-as-nails pre-
It’ll work good for both of you. sentation rarely goes unnoticed whenever you speak out on Sudoku
anything about which you feel strongly. It helps that you say
CANCER (June 21-July 22) - It will be important to not
only consider the practical aspects of an arrangement you
all the right things. answers
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Age Range 60+ Independent Living Valeria W. Bridges, same address. The
Bronstein Music We expect a commitment of four to
Quarters Available
Call Today (650)474-CARE or
Warden, same address. The business is
conducted by an Individual. The regis- business is conducted by an Individual.
363 Grand Ave. eight hours a week for at least four trants commenced to transact business The registrants commenced to transact
So. San Francisco CAREGIVERS months. The internship is unpaid, but
under the FBN on business under the FBN on
Lic.# 415600256
We’re currently looking for intelligent, aggressive and talented in- 1424 Hopkins Ave., RWC /s/ Lisa R. Warden / /s/ Valeria Wilson Bridges /
This statement was filed with the Asses-
(650)588-2502 experienced eldercare aides-- terns have progressed in time into This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
paid correspondents and full-time re- sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo CNAs, HHAs & Live-ins porters. County on 01/10/11. (Published in the County on 01/25/11. (Published in the
with excellent references to San Mateo Daily Journal, 01/19/11, San Mateo Daily Journal, 02/02/11,
203 Public Notices 02/09/11, 02/16/11, 02/23/11).
join our team! College students or recent graduates 01/26/11, 02/02/11, 02/09/11)
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper
Good pay and
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experience is preferred but not neces-
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MANDARIN Drivers preferred.
Please send a cover letter describing
The following person is doing business
as: Redwood City Hauling, 3552 Spring FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
TEACHER Call Claudia at
your interest in newspapers, a resume
and three recent clips. Before you ap-
Street, Redwood City, CA 94063 is here-
by registered by the following owner:
The following person is doing business
The following person is doing business
as: Shoreview Services, 335 S. Norfolk
ply, you should familiarize yourself Brynt Estrada Hernandez, same ad- as: Crossroads Fitness, 801 N. San Ma- St., San Mateo, CA 94401 is hereby reg-
Credential, (650) 556-9906 with our publication. Our Web site: dress. The business is conducted by an teo Drive, San Mateo, CA 94401 is here- istered by the following owner: Vince
Music and Mandarin Individual. The registrants commenced to by registered by the following owner: Ja- Singh, 1713 Trollman Ave., San Mateo,
15 years experience transact business under the FBN on mie McKevitt, 140 Madison Ave., San CA 94401. The business is conducted
Send your information via e-mail to /s/ Brynt Estrada Hernandez / Mateo, CA 94402. The business is con- by an Individual. The registrants com-
Group & Individual Lessons or by reg- ducted by an Individual. The registrants
This statement was filed with the Asses- menced to transact business under the
GROOMER - All breeds, some experi- ular mail to 800 S. Claremont St #210, sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo commenced to transact business under FBN on
Ms. Liu ence necessary. Part to full time, start San Mateo CA 94402. County on 12/21/10. (Published in the the FBN on /s/ Vince Singh /
pay $10./hr. Appointment only. San Mateo Daily Journal, 01/19/11, /s/ Jamie McKevitt / This statement was filed with the Asses-
(650)200-3955 (650)577-8002 01/26/11, 02/02/11, 02/09/11) This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo County on 01/31/11. (Published in the
County on 01/24/11. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 02/02/11,
San Mateo Daily Journal, 01/25/11, 02/09/11, 02/16/11, 02/23/11)
02/01/11, 02/08/11, 02/15/11)
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LIEN SALE - On 2/20/2011 at 671 MAR-
Lien Sale will be held on a 190 J-BOAT
NOPLATE at 9 a.m. STATEMENT #242900 The following person is doing business
The following person is doing business as: DVD Creations, 199 Poplar Avenue,
as: Ajilon, 4100 E. 3rd Ave., Foster City, San Bruno, CA 94066 is hereby regis-
110 Employment 110 Employment CA 94404 is hereby registered by the fol- tered by the following owner: John Mi-
lowing owner: Accounting Principals, chael Spooner, same address. The busi-
Inc., FL. The business is conducted by a ness is conducted by an Individual. The
Corporation. The registrants commenced registrants commenced to transact busi-
to transact business under the FBN on ness under the FBN on
01/01/11. /s/ John Spooner /
/s/ Diana R. Kurabelas / This statement was filed with the Asses-
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo County on 01/31/11. (Published in the
County on 01/21/11. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 02/02/11,
San Mateo Daily Journal, 01/26/11, 02/09/11, 02/16/11, 02/23/11)
02/02/11, 02/09/11, 02/16/11).


STATEMENT #242878 The following person is doing business
The following person is doing business as: Autohaus Burlingame, 1309 Rollins
as: Peninsula Critter Care, 221 S. Fre- Road, Burlingame, CA 94010 is hereby
mont St., #410, San Mateo, CA 94401 is registered by the following owner: Ry-
110 Employment 110 Employment hereby registered by the following owner: slard Grycuk, 66 Cleary Ct., San Francis-
Cyndi Davis, same address. The busi- co, CA 94109. The business is conduct-
ness is conducted by an Individual. The ed by an Individual. The registrants com-
registrants commenced to transact busi- menced to transact business under the
ness under the FBN on FBN on
/s/ Cyndi Davis / /s/ Ryslard Grycuk /

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02/02/11, 02/09/11, 02/16/11).
This statement was filed with the Asses-
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203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 298 Collectibles Drabble Drabble Drabble
The following person is doing business OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSE
as: Cook Properties, 109 Newton Drive, Date of Filing Application: Feb. 4, 2011
Burlingame, CA 94010 is hereby regis- To Whom It May Concern: 5 PIECE territorial quarters uncirculated
tered by the following owner: Jeanette The Name(s) of the applicant(s) is/are: $16. (408)249-3858
Marie Cook, same address. The busi- PENINSULA SEAFOOD LLC
ness is conducted by an Individual. The The applicant(s) listed above are apply- 6 GALLON "red wing" Crock $100 RWC
registrants commenced to transact busi- ing to Department of Alcoholic Beverage (650)868-0436
ness under the FBN on 2000. Control to sell alcoholic beverages at:
/s/ Jeanette Marie Cook / 648 EL CAMINO REAL COLLECTORS '75 LP's in covers
This statement was filed with the Asses- SAN CARLOS, CA 94070-3104 $5/each, (650)726-7424
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo Type of license applied for:
County on 01/28/11. (Published in the 47 - On-Sale General Eating Place GEISHA DOLL - 14" - BEAUTIFULLY
San Mateo Daily Journal, 02/02/11, San Mateo Daily Journal PACKAGED IN PLASTIC CASE.-
02/09/11, 02/16/11, 02/23/11) February 9, 2011 $25/ofr. (650)588-5991
GLASSES 6 sets redskins, good condi-
STATEMENT OF ADBANDONMENT tion never used $25/all. (650)345-1111
STATEMENT #243113 NAME STATEMENT #237055 chard (650)834-4926 Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Over the Hedge
The following person is doing business The following person has abandoned the
as: Real Estate Market Place, 170 Glenn use of the fictitious business name: Fu- MERCHANT MARINE, framed forecastle
Way, #11, San Carlos, CA 94070 is zion Welding, Manufacture & Repair, 417 card, signed by Captain Angrick '70. 13 x
hereby registered by the following owner: Clark Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402 The 17 inches $35 cash. (650)755-8238
Real Estate Networking Solutions,Inc., fictitious business name referred to
CA. The business is conducted by a Cor- above was filed in County on ORIGINAL PAT O'BRIEN'S HURRI-
poration. The registrants commenced to 01/26/2010. The business was conduct- CANE glass, great condition, $10.,
transact business under the FBN on ed by: David R. Newman. (650)726-7424
/s/ James McNinch / /s/ David Newman /
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo POSTER - framed photo of President
County on 01/31/11. (Published in the County on 01/07/11. (Published in the Wilson and Chinese Junk $25 cash,
San Mateo Daily Journal, 02/02/11, San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/19/11, (650)755-8238
02/09/11, 02/16/11, 02/23/11) 1/26/11, 2/02/11, 2/09/11).
SPORTS CARDS over 10k some stars
and old cards $100/all. (650)207-2712
The San Mateo County VASE - with tray, grey with red flowers,
Probation Department is perfect condition, $30., (650)345-1111
The following person is doing business seeking contractors to pro-
as: Peninsula Business Support Serv- vide youth activities for 302 Antiques
ices, 741 San Mateo Avenue, Burlin- youth in Juvenile Hall and
game, CA 94010 is hereby registered by (2) ANTIQUE Hurricane lamp complete 304 Furniture 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
the following owner: Carla Dannels, 823 probation camps. For a with wicks $25/each, (650)726-7424
Greenwood Ave., San Mateo, CA copy of the Request for ROCKING CHAIR for nursing mother or
94401. The business is conducted by an Proposals, see the County's grandmother $75. (650)854-3235
Individual. The registrants commenced to
transact business under the FBN on
/s/ Carla Dannels /
website under the Probation
Department in the “News”
section. The RFP is also
1912 COFFEE Perculater Urn. perfect
condition includes electric cord $85
ANTIQUE SOLID mahogany knick-knack
ROCKING CHAIRS - (2) Great for family
with new born baby, $50. each or $75.
for both, (650)588-5991
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo available by calling 650- or bookshelf with 4 small drawers, good
condition, $95. 650-726-5200 TV STAND good condition beige lots of
Fictitious Business Name Statements, Trustee Sale
County on 01/14/11. (Published in the
San Mateo Daily Journal, 02/02/11,
312-5241. storage $30. (650)867-2720 Notice, Alcohol Beverage License, Name Change,
02/09/11, 02/16/11, 02/23/11)
2/4, 2/5, 2/6, 2/7, 2/8, 2/9, CHINA CABINET - Vintage, 6 foot,
WOODEN KITCHEN China Cabinet: $99 Probate, Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons,
2/10/11 solid mahogany. $300/obo.
(650)867-0379 (great condition!), (650)367-1350
Notice of Public Sales, and More.
WOODEN QUILT rack with kitty designs
SAN MATEO DAILY on end excellent condition, SOLD!
STATEMENT #243077 JOURNAL Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County.
The following person is doing business
303 Electronics 306 Housewares
as: Wall Heating, 1038 Gilman Drive,
Broadmoor, CA 94015 is hereby regis- 46” MITSUBISHI Projector TV, great
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290
tered by the following owner: Jason condition. $400. (650)261-1541.
"PRINCESS HOUSE” decorator urn
"Vase" cream with blue flower 13 inch H Email them to:
Wall, same address. The business is 210 Lost & Found $25., (650)868-0436
conducted by an Individual. The regis-
trants commenced to transact business COMSWITCH 3500 - used for fax, com-
LOST: Center cap from wheel of Cadil- puter modem, telephone answering ma- CANDLEHOLDER - Gold, angel on it,
under the FBN on tall, purchased from Brueners, originally
/s/ Jason Wall / lac. Around Christmas time. Chrome with chine, never used, $20., (650)347-5104
multi-colored Cadillac emblem in center. $100., selling for $35.,(650)867-2720
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo Small hole near edge for locking device. DEWALT HEAVY duty work site radio
Belmont or San Carlos area. charger in box $100. (650)756-7878 GEORGE FORMAN Grill brand new
County on 01/28/11. (Published in the $35., (650)726-7424 310 Misc. For Sale 310 Misc. For Sale
San Mateo Daily Journal, 02/09/11, Joel 650-592-1111.
02/16/11, 02/23/11, 03/02/11) DVD PLAYER -Toshiba DVD, video, CD
player, 5 disk changer, dolby digital, HAMILTON BEACH Mixer, vintage, .juic-
works great, Burl., $50., (650)347-5104 er & bowl, beater. $30/obo(650)576-6067
“Biscotti”. Last seen 12/4 on Aviador OASIS COUNTERTOP water cooler dis-
Ave. in Millbrae. 12 years old, 12 lbs., “FALLOUT 3” for XBox 360. $10.
(650)520-4535 penses cold and luke warm water $50.,
STATEMENT #242970 strong athletic build. Domestic short (650)218-4254
The following person is doing business hair, solid grey including nose, JVC VHS recorder - Like new, $15.,
as: Color Creations Painting Company, neutered,declawed front paws. Micro- (650)367-8949
118 Duval Drive, South San Francisco, chip #985121004140013. Please call 307 Jewelry & Clothing
CA 94080 is hereby registered by the Home Again lost pet service at 888-466- PANASONIC TV 21 inch $25., (650)637-
following owner: Ricardo Azicena, same 3242 with any info. Thank you! 8244 49ER'S JACKET Child size $50.
address. The business is conducted by (650)871-7200
an Individual. The registrants com-
menced to transact business under the 295 Art SANIO CASETTE/RECORDER 2 way BLACK VELVET evening jacket w/silver
FBN on Radio - $95.obo, call for more details, sparkles, Sz 20W, $10. (650)712-1070
/s/ Ricardo Azicena / PAINTING "jack vettriano" Portland gal- (650)290-1960
This statement was filed with the Asses- lery 26 x 33. $55. (650)345-1111. BLACK VELVET pants, Sz L, $7.
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo (650)712-1070
SONY RADIO cassette recorder $25
County on 01/24/11. (Published in the PICTURE WITH Frame Jack Vettriano black good condition. (650)345-1111 CUSTOM JEWELRY all kinds, lengths
San Mateo Daily Journal, 02/09/11, with light attached $65. (650)867-2720 and sizes $50/all. (650)592-2648
02/16/11, 02/23/11, 03/02/11) TV - Big Screen, $70., ok condition,
296 Appliances (650)367-1350 HOLIDAY WEAR, barely worn: Macy's
black sweater set, Size M, wool w/gold
TV 5 inch Black and white good condition metalic stripes, $15 set. (650)712-1070
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 4 BURNER cook top commercial lifetime in box $10. (408)249-3858
STATEMENT #243046 burner $22., (650)756-6778
TV SET 32 inch with remote and stand JEWELRY DISPLAY 12 piece SOLD!
The following person is doing business
as: Namaste Plaza Belmont, 890 Ralston AIR CONDITIONER - slider model for $30. (650)520-0619
narrow windows, 10k BTU, excellent LADIES BRACELET, Murano glass.
Ave., Belmont, CA 94002 is hereby reg- Various shades of red and blue $100
istered by the following owner: VLR, condition, $100., (650)212-7020 304 Furniture Daly City, no return calls. (650)991-2353
Inc., CA. The business is conducted by
a Corporation. The registrants com- 2 END Tables solid maple '60's era LADIES GOLD Lame' elbow length-
menced to transact business under the CHANDELIER NEW 4 lights $30.
(650)878-9542 $40/both. (650)670-7545 gloves sz 7.5 $15 New. RWC. (650)868-
FBN on 01/20/2011. 0436
/s/ Raghu Charan Bongu / CHOPPERS (4) with instructions $7/all. 4 STURDY metal dining chairs $20/each.
This statement was filed with the Asses- (650)368-3037 (650)756-6778 LIZ CLAIBORNE black evening jacket
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo Sz. 12, acetate/polyester, $10. (650)712-
County on 01/27/11. (Published in the IRON - BLACK & DECKER PRO X 725 BED BRASS single trundle $100 nice 1070
San Mateo Daily Journal, 02/09/11, with board, $35., (650)726-7424 and clean. (650)854-3235
02/16/11, 02/23/11, 03/02/11) SHEER PURPLE tunic, Sz XL, w/em- 310 Misc. For Sale 310 Misc. For Sale
BEDROOM SET - King size, 7 piece broidered design & sequins, $10.
KENMORE MICROWAVE - Great condi- bedroom set, marble top, SOLD! (650)712-1070 "COUNTRY KITCHEN" pot rack with COLORIZED TERRITORIAL Quarters
tion, extremely clean, ready to use, BLACK LEATHER office chair with 5 down lights. Retailed at $250 uncirculated with Holder $15/all,
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 24”W18”D15”H, interior 14.5”W12”H16”D SILVER SEQUIN shirt-jacket Sz 12-14 - New in box $99 (650) 454-6163 (408)249-3858
STATEMENT #243012 rollers $25. (650)871-5078 very dressy, $15. (650)712-1070
The following person is doing business
as: Ceviche Bar & Grill, 648 El Camino BOOKCASE - $25., (650)255-6652 TOURQUOISE BLUE party dress, cov-
PORTABLE GE Dishwasher, excellent 1 LG .Duffel Bag ,1 Xtra Lg. Duffel w DOG CAGE/GORILLA - folding
Real, San Carlos, CA 94070 is hereby condition $75 OBO, (650)583-0245 CABINET - wood, $70., (650)367-1350 ered w/sequins, sz 14, $15. (650)712- Wheels, 1 Leather week-ender Satchel, large dog cage good condition, 2 door
registered by the following owner: Pen- 1070 All 3 at $75.00 650 871-7211 with tray, $75.,(650)355-8949
insula Seafood, LLC, CA. The business RADIATOR HEATER, oil filled, electric, CHANDELIER WITH 5 lights/ candela-
is conducted by a Limited Liability Com- 1500 watts $25. (650)504-3621 bre base with glass shades $20. DOOM (3) computer games $15/each 2
pany. The registrants commenced to (650)504-3621
308 Tools 13 PIECE paint and pad set for home
use $25., (650)589-2893 total, (650)367-8949
transact business under the FBN on N/A. RCA VACUUM tube manual '42 $25.
/s/ Wendy Okamura / (650)593-8880 CLICKER TORQUE wrench 1/2 inch
COCKTAIL AND end table brass and drive 20-150 LBS reversible all chrome 5 NEEDLEPOINT sets still in package
This statement was filed with the Asses- glass top $65. (650)854-3235 $10/each, (650)592-2648 DOUBLE PANE Windows 48"wide X 34"
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo SANYO 4.4 cubic ft. counter high refrig- $40. 650-595-3933
erator with stainless steel door $80. Tall W/screens perfect condition vinyl
County on 01/26/11. (Published in the COFFEE TABLE - $60., (650)367-1350 $75. OBO 650-619-9932
San Mateo Daily Journal, 02/09/11, (650)364-7777 DOLLY - Heavy Duty, Dual Use 54" hgt.
02/16/11, 02/23/11, 03/02/11) COFFEE TABLE light brown lots of stor- Upright-Push Cart South City $99.OBO ANGEL WITH lights 12 inches High $12.
SHOP VACUUM rigid brand 3.5 horse age good condition $55. (650)867-2720 (415) 410 - 9801 (650)368-3037 ELECTRIC HEATER - Oil filled electric
power 9 gal wet/dry $40. (650)591-2393 heater, 1500 watts, $30., (650)504-3621
PRESSURE WASHER 2500 PSI, good ARTIFICIAL FICUS Tree 6 ft. life like, full
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STOVE TOP 4 burners with electric grill COMPUTER DESK $70. (650)367-1350 condition, $350., (650)926-9841 branches. in basket $55. (650)269-3712
STATEMENT #243232 commercial grade $50., (650)756-6778 FIRE BOWL- new in box, 13 x 32
CREDENZA - $25., (650)255-6652 RIDGED WET AND DRY VACUUM -16 AUTO STRETCHING - The Complete $50.obo, (650)592-9141
The following person is doing business Manual of Specific Stretching, like new,
as: Peninsula Steak & Seafood, 648 El gallons 5 horse power in box accesso-
TOAST-R-OVEN BLACK & Decker not DINING CHAIRS (6) $100/all. (650)854- ries included $65., (650)756-7878 ask $75. (650) 204-0587
Camino Real, San Carlos, CA 94070 is 3235
hereby registered by the following owner: used $14. SOLD! FIREPLACE SCREEN - 36"wide,
Peninsula Seafood, LLC, CA. The busi- SPEEDAIR AIR COMPRESSOR - 4 gal- BARBIE BEACH vacation & Barbie prin- 29"high, antique brass, folding doors,
VACUUM CLEANER $50 (650)367-1350 DINING ROOM table $100. (650)854- lon stack tank air compressor $100., cess bride computer games $15 each, sliding mesh screen, damper
ness is conducted by a Limited Liability 3235
Company. The registrants commenced (650)591-4710 (650)367-8949 controls. Like new. $100., (650)592-2047
to transact business under the FBN on VACUUM CLEANER Oreck-cannister DISPLAY CASE wood & glass 31 x 19
N/A. inches $30. (650)873-4030 TABLE SAW 10", very good condition FRONT END Dash Board from '98 Sono-
type $40., (650)637-8244 $85. (650) 787-8219
/s/ Wendy Okamura / BEADS - Glass beads for jewelry mak- ma Truck $50. (650)871-7200
This statement was filed with the Asses- DRAFTING TABLE 30 x 42' with side ing, $75. all, (650)676-0732
tray. excellent cond $75. (650)949-2134 TORO LEAF BLOWERS, Power Sweep GAME "BEAT THE EXPERTS" never
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo WASHER/DRYER “MAYTAG” - Brand + 850 Super Blower, Electric like new
County on 02/07/11. (Published in the new with 3 year warranty, $850. both, BEAUTIFUL ROUND GOLD FRAMED used $8., (408)249-3858
END TABLE marble top with drawer with $40. pair South City (415) 410-9801 Beveled Mirrors 34" diameter $75 ea Jer-
San Mateo Daily Journal, 02/09/11, (650)726-4168
02/16/11, 02/23/11, 03/02/11) matching table $70/all. (650)520-0619 ry San Mateo 650-619-9932
309 Office Equipment HARD COVER BOOKS - Mystery & ad-
297 Bicycles ENTERTAINMENT CENTER - Oak BOOK "LIFETIME" WW11 $12., venture, current authors, some large type
wood, great condition, glass doors, fits (408)249-3858 print, $3.00 each, (650)364-7777
large TV, 2 drawers, shelves , $100/obo. CALCULATOR - Casio, still in box, new,
LIEN SALE - On 02/20/2011 at 1309 BICYCLE "MAGNA" 24 inch wheels $25. (650)867-2720
NORTH CAROLAN AVE., BURLIN- purple, $40., San Mateo,SOLD! (650)261-9681 CABINET OAK, fits over toilet water HARD COVER mystery and adventure
GAME, CA a Lien Sale will be held on a DELL PRINTER SCANNER COPIER all tank, like new $25. (650)341-5347 books (12) latest authors $3/each.
1992 DODGE VIN: BICYCLE - Sundancer Jr., 26”, $75. obo MATTRESSES (2) single, single nice (650)364-7777
and clean $100.(650)854-3235 in one with 2 ink cartridges. SOLD!
JB3XE74C4NY017696 STATE: CA LIC: (650)676-0732 CANCER SALVES - A Botanical Ap-
2XMB658 at 9 a.m. OFFICE LAMP new $8. (650)345-1111 proach To Treatment, like new, $35. JAMES PATTERSON BOOKS - 2 hard-
GIRL'S BIKE HUFFY Purple 6-speed OFFICE DESK - $25., (650)255-6652 (650) 204.0587 back @$3. each, 4 paperback @ $1.
good cond. $35 - Angela (650)269-3712 OFFICE WATER COOLER Hot - Ex Hot each, (650)341-1861
PICNIC TABLE round $25. (650)854- ,Cold - Ice Cold Like New South City CANDLE HOLDER with angel design,
298 Collectibles 3235 $99. OBO (415) 410 -9801 tall, gold, includes candle. Purchased for JANET EVANOVICH BOOKS - 4 hard-
$100, now $35. (650)345-1111 back @$3. each, 3 paperback @$1.
28 RECORDS - 78 RPMS, Bing Crosby, ROCKING CHAIR - Traditional, full size 310 Misc. For Sale each, (650)341-1861
Frankie Laine, Al Jolson, many others, all Rocking chair. Excellent condition $100., CERAMIC BOWLS - Set of blue hand
in book albums, $60. all, (650)347-5104 (650)504-3621 12 PIECE jewelry display SOLD! made ceramic bowls (9) with large bowl KIDS GUITAR for 6 years and Up $40,
fork/spoon set $100/all, (650)726-7424 call (650)375-1550
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470 Rooms 620 Automobiles 620 Automobiles 630 Trucks & SUV’s 640 Motorcycles/Scooters 670 Auto Parts
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Freed young leader energizes Egyptian protests

By Sarah El Deeb interview with
and Maggie Michael Ghonim, who
heard of before
CAIRO — A young Google exec- the TV appear-
utive who helped ignite Egypt’s ance. She came
uprising energized a cheering crowd to the Tahrir
of hundreds of thousands Tuesday protest for the
with his first appearance in their first time, bring-
midst after being released from 12 Wael Ghonim ing her three
days in secret detention. “We won’t daughters and
give up,” he promised at one of the her sister. “I felt
biggest protests yet in Cairo’s Tahrir like he is my son
Square. and all the youth
Once a behind-the-scenes Internet here are my
activist, 30-year-old Wael Ghonim sons.”
has emerged as an inspiring voice for Tu e s d a y ’s
a movement that has taken pride in huge turnout
being a leaderless “people’s revolu- gave a resound-
tion.” Now, the various activists ing answer to the
behind it — including Ghonim — Hosni Mubarak question of
are working to coalesce into repre- whether the pro-
sentatives to push their demands for testers still have momentum even
President Hosni Mubarak’s ouster. though two weeks of steadfast pres-
With protests invigorated, Vice sure have not achieved their goal of
President Omar Suleiman issued a ousting 82-year-old Mubarak,
sharply worded warning, saying of Egypt’s authoritarian leader for near-
the protests in Tahrir, “We can’t bear ly three decades.
this for a long time, and there must be Suleiman rejected any departure REUTERS
an end to this crisis as soon as possi- for Mubarak or “end to the regime. An Egyptian soldier atop a tank,watches opposition supporters during a huge rally in the opposition stronghold
ble,” in a sign of growing impatience He told a gathering of newspaper at Tahrir Square in Cairo,Egypt.
with 16 days of mass demonstrations. editors that the regime prefers to deal
For the first time, protesters made a
foray to Parliament, several blocks
away from their camp in the square.
with the crisis using dialogue,
adding, “We don’t want to deal with
Egyptian society with police tools.”
Biden wants quick resolution of crisis
Several hundred marched to the legis- He warned that the alternative to dia- By Matthew Lee gaining U.S. During his conversation with
lature and chanted for it to be dis- logue was “a coup” — a possible THE ASSOCIATED PRESS support even Suleiman, the White House said,
solved. hint of an imposition of military rule. though many Biden listed steps the U.S. wants
In Tahrir, the massive, shoulder-to- However, editors present at the meet- WASHINGTON — Vice protesters view him to take including: ending
shoulder crowd’s ranks swelled with ing said he then explained he didn’t President Joe Biden said Tuesday them as little detention and harassment of jour-
new blood, including thousands of mean a military coup but that “a that the demands of the Egyptian better than cos- nalists and activists; immediately
university professors and lawyers force that is unprepared for rule” opposition can be met through metic. rescinding emergency laws that
who marched in together as organiz- could overturn state institutions. “meaningful negotiations” with the Mubarak has give broad powers to security
ers worked to draw in professional U.S. Vice President Joe Biden government of President Hosni said he will not forces; and including more opposi-
unions. The crowd rivaled the biggest spoke by phone with Suleiman, say- Mubarak. That contradicts the posi- seek re-elec- tion members in negotiations on a
Joe Biden tion in
demonstration so far, a week ago, that ing Washington wants Egypt to tion of many protesters who say no timetable and road to transition.
drew a quarter-million people. immediately rescind emergency laws real progress can happen unless September after 30 years of author- “These steps, and a clear policy
Some said they were inspired to that give broad powers to security Mubarak resigns. itarian rule. But he is resisting step- of no reprisals, are what the broad
turn out by an emotional television forces — a key demand of the pro- Biden made his comments in a ping down before then despite two opposition is calling for and what
interview Ghonim gave Monday testers. phone call with his Egyptian coun- weeks of dramatic street protests the government is saying it is pre-
night just after his release from Ghonim’s reappearance gave a terpart Omar Suleiman, according aimed at forcing him to do so. pared to accept,” the White House
detention. He sobbed over those who clearer picture of the stunning trajec- to a White House statement. Although President Barack said. “Vice President Biden
have been killed in two weeks of tory of the protests, which swelled Suleiman is a longtime ally of Obama called last week for a tran- expressed the belief that the
clashes and insisted, “We love Egypt from the online organizing of small Mubarak who was recently sition to begin “now,” the U.S. demands of the broad opposition
... and we have rights.” Internet activist groups into the first appointed vice president and is now appears increasingly reluctant to can be met through meaningful
“I cried,” a 33-year-old upper-class and greatest mass challenge ever to undertaking some incremental push Egypt’s government too far, negotiations with the govern-
housewife, Fifi Shawqi, said of the Mubarak’s rule. reform steps that are increasingly too fast. ment.”

Around the world

Government: No electronic flaws in Toyotas
By Ken Thomas request of Congress, trapped in floor mats, a record $48.8 million in fines for its
Troubled grandson
of J. Paul Getty dies at 54
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS responded to con- and other safety handling of three recalls. The com-
LONDON — Great wealth
sumer complaints issues. The pany has said it has not found any
became J. Paul Getty III’s great
WASHINGTON — The Obama that flawed elec- recalls have flaws in its electronic throttle con-
administration’s investigation into tronics could be posed a major trol systems and said the previously
At age 16, he was held for ransom
Toyota safety problems found no the culprit challenge for announced recalls have addressed
for five months by captors who cut
electronic flaws to account for behind Toyota’s the world’s No. the safety concerns.
off his ear when his oil-rich grandfa-
reports of sudden, unintentional spate of recalls. 1 automaker, LaHood said NASA engineers
ther balked at paying.
acceleration and other safety prob- “We enlisted the which has scram- “rigorously examined” nine Toyotas
After his 1973 release, he became
lems. Government investigators said best and brightest engi- bled to protect its repu- driven by consumers who com-
tation for safety and reliabili- plained of unintended acceleration. addicted to drugs and alcohol, div-
Tuesday the only known cause of neers to study Toyota’s elec-
tronics systems and the verdict is in. ty. NASA reviewed 280,000 lines of ing deeper into a hippie countercul-
the problems are mechanical defects
There is no electronic-based cause Toyota did not immediately com- software code to look for flaws that ture that seemed the opposite of his
that were fixed in previous recalls.
for unintended acceleration in ment on the report. Shares of the could cause the acceleration. family’s capitalistic roots. He was
The Transportation Department,
assisted by engineers with NASA, Toyotas,” Transportation Secretary automaker climbed on the New Investigators tested mechanical com- only in his 20s when he suffered a
said its 10-month study of Toyota Ray LaHood said in a statement. York Stock Exchange following the ponents in Toyotas that could lead to devastating stroke that left him
vehicles concluded there was no Toyota has recalled more than 12 news. Toyota shares were up more the problem and bombarded vehicles severely impaired and in a wheel-
electronic cause of unintended high- million vehicles globally since fall than 4 percent, to 89.00 in mid- with electro-magnetic radiation to chair for the rest of his life. He died
speed acceleration in Toyotas. The 2009 to address sticking accelerator afternoon trading. see whether it could make the elec- Saturday at age 54.
study, which was launched at the pedals, gas pedals that became Toyota paid the U.S. government tronics cause the cars to speed up. Getty “never let his handicap keep
him from living life to the fullest
and he was an inspiration to all of

Business travel bounces back as economy improves

By Scott Mayerowitz two years of decline. recession, part of an effort by busi- Synopsis cut its travel budget by
us, showing us how to stand up to all
adversity,” his son, the actor
Balthazar Getty, said in a statement.
The elder Getty died surrounded
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Last year’s bump in business trav- nesses to avoid the appearance of about 60 percent during the reces- by his family at his country estate in
el — companies spent an estimated extravagance at a time of govern- sion. Now it’s nearly back to a pre- Buckinghamshire northwest of
NEW YORK — Business travel is $228 billion — helped U.S. airlines ment bailouts and rising unemploy- recession level, with salesmen and London. The cause of death was not
bouncing back. post their first collective profit in ment. top executives visiting old and new disclosed, but Getty had been grave-
U.S. companies are forecast to three years. And profits are rising at Executives sending their workers clients in China, India and Japan. ly ill for some time.
spend 5 percent more on travel in hotel chains like Marriott and Hyatt back on the road say travel is criti- Elyria Foundry, an Ohio manu- Born in 1956 to oil wealth count-
2011 than they did last year — a and rental-car companies like Avis cal to their companies’ success. facturer of metal parts for the wind ed in the billions of dollars, Getty’s
sign of confidence in the econo- and Hertz. “You need to have face time,” turbine, natural gas and mining life was upended when he was kid-
my that is giving a boost to air- Perhaps the most telling sign of a says Robert P. Genco, vice president industries, has been sending engi- napped in Rome in 1973. He was a
lines, hotels and rental-car com- rebound, industry officials say, is of operations for Synopsis, a Silicon neers and salesmen on the road tempting target — his grandfather
panies. That’s double the growth the return of corporate retreats. Valley company that makes soft- again to let customers know they are was often said to be one of the
rate from 2010, which followed They had all but vanished during the ware for microchip manufacturers. important. world’s first billionaires.
32 Wednesday • Feb. 9, 2011 THE DAILY JOURNAL