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Weekend • Sept. 18-19, 2010 • Vol XI, Edition 28 www.smdailyjournal.com

Business district overcomes protests

Burlingame officials: Not enough dissent to block assessment effort
By Heather Murtagh public hearing on the matter held earlier this ate a $90,000 budget would be used for day window to petition, or vote against, the
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF month. However, numerous petitions were improving and promoting the area. Under the creation.
turned in which didn’t give staff enough time proposal, businesses would pay $100 to $625 Unverified, 216 petitions were filed repre-
Efforts to block the creation of a to validate and fairly count the votes. A total annually, depending on the business location senting $40,225 or 44 percent, City Attorney
Burlingame Avenue business improvement of 216 petitions were filed, not all of which and square footage. Gus Guinan wrote in a staff report.
district may have fallen short after city staff were valid. If a majority of businesses oppose Votes from the estimated 550 businesses in Along with the petitions, those opposed
filed a number with inaccurate business infor-
revealed there was only 31.3 percent protest the proposal, it cannot move forward. Since the Burlingame Avenue area are weighted
mation. To be fair, the city evaluated these
petitions. this is not the case, on Monday the City based on the amount of money a business claims finding a number of the corrections
The petitions were allowed to be turned in Council will consider allowing the proposal. would pay should the BID go into effect. For
until the end of the Burlingame City Council As proposed, a tiered-assessment to gener- a BID to be established, businesses had a 45- See BID, Page 31

New jail site up

for discussion
By Michelle Durand

Sheriff Greg Munks and those touting the

need for a new county jail are ready to float a
new locale by Redwood City residents, a site
away from the downtown
proposal which rankled
opponents and city lead-
Friends share
ers for years and whose
expansive size may keep
the new building from
towering five stories.
memories of
However, the alternative
site on Chemical Way
Greg Munks must still be purchased by
the county — an expen-
blast victims
By Juliana Barbassa
sive caveat not necessitated by the formerly THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
preferred motor pool site which will add to
the price tag, already estimated at $150 mil- The five women grew up together and
lion. That said, building the facility out rather shared high school and college graduations,
than up might reduce the cost. weddings, the births of their children and
“It could be a wash,” said Sheriff Greg family vacations.
Munks. Four of them gathered to mourn the one
Price and size, coupled with ongoing issues who was missing — Jacqueline Greig, 44,
of need and location will be back before who was killed with her 13-year-old daughter
Redwood City residents Monday night when Janessa in a natural gas
Munks and the rest of the jail planning group pipeline blast that tore
The remains of burned vehicles and homes are seen near the site of a natural gas explosion through their house and School
in San Bruno that occurred on Sept.9. destroyed almost 40 homes evacuated
See JAIL, Page 31

PG&E sued over

in their neighborhood. by reports
“She had integrity, poise. of gas leak
Clues sought She wanted to set a good
example, and that is what
See page 5

she did,” said Monica Medina-Campos, one

in fatal crash of those friends.
Medina-Campos and Greig had met at St.

San Bruno fire

John Ursuline High School for Girls and went
on to attend San Francisco State University
The California Highway Patrol is seeking
The friends gathered at a Thursday night
information on the whereabouts of a San
vigil that was followed Friday by a funeral
Mateo woman prior to her being struck and
Mass at Saint Cecilia Catholic Church.
killed on Highway 101 Sunday.
Stacy White, 39, had apparently parked a
red Saturn facing the wrong direction in one
Resident wants $100M fund handed over The caskets of the mother and daughter
were covered by a single pall and topped by a
By Michelle Durand An attorney for Steve Dare filed the suit cross. Jacqueline Greig’s husband James and
of the left southbound lanes of Highway 101 Sept. 17 in San Mateo County Superior Court
near Poplar Avenue in San Mateo early
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF their 16-year-old daughter Gabriela sat in the
on behalf of himself and other residents who front row during the service in English and
Sunday morning, a CHP spokesman said. may choose to join. Dare rents a home on
Just over a week after a deadly six-alarm Spanish.
White and another person had apparently Dover Court that did not sustain damage but
blaze ripped through San Bruno, a resident Children in uniform from Janessa Greig’s
been standing in the lane of traffic at about he was evacuated for three days following the
slapped PG&E with a class action suit eighth grade class at the church filled several
2:55 a.m. when a black limousine hit them, fire, said his attorney William Audet.
CHP spokesman Art Montiel said Sunday. demanding it turn over a $100 million recov- pews.
ery fund to a third party and pay other mone-
See CRASH, Page 23 tary damages. See PG&E, Page 23 See FIRE, Page 23
2 Weekend • Sept. 18-19, 2010 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Quote of the Day Snapshot Inside

“I wish we didn’t Afghanistan
need a second jail but Polls opens for
if this is the path we’re going parliamentary
on, I will support this site being built.”
— Redwood City Councilwoman Rosanne Foust See page 18
“New jail site up for discussion,” see page 1

Local Weather Forecast

Saturday: Mostly cloudy in the morning
then becoming partly cloudy. Highs in the Wall Street
upper 70s. West winds 5 to 15 mph.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy. Lows in Stocks end
the upper 50s. West winds 10 to 15 with meager
mph...Becoming southwest around 5 mph gains,keeping
after midnight. rally going
Sunday: Mostly cloudy. A chance of rain. Highs in the mid
70s. West winds 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 50 percent. DAILY JOURNAL FILE PHOTO
See page 10
Sunday night...Mostly cloudy in the evening then becoming The Burlingame Safeway at Howard Avenue will close Saturday to make way
partly cloudy. Lows in the mid 50s. for a new 45,600-square-foot 24-hour grocery store,The plans,approved by
Monday: Partly cloudy in the morning then becoming mostly the City Council in February, took 13 years of proposals, changes and public
sunny. Highs in the mid 70s to lower 80s. meetings.
Monday night and Tuesday: Mostly clear.

Lotto This Day in History Thought for the Day

Chile made its initial declaration of “I have to see a thing a thousand times before I see it once.”
Sept. 15 Super Lotto Plus
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Daily Four
3 8 6 0 1810 independence from Spain with the
forming of a national junta.
— From “You Can’t Go Home Again,”
by Thomas Wolfe, American author (1900-1938)

Sept. 17 Mega Millions Daily three midday

In 1759, the French formally surrendered Quebec to the British.
In 1793, President George Washington laid the cornerstone of
3 4 14 18 27 13 4 0 6 the U.S. Capitol.
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Daily three evening In 1850, Congress passed the Fugitive Slave Act, which creat-
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6 2 6 escaped slaves to their owners.
4 13 25 31 32 In 1927, the Columbia Phonograph Broadcasting System (later
CBS) made its on-air debut with a basic network of 16 radio sta-
The Daily Derby race winners are Gold Rush,No. tions.
1,in first place;Solid Gold,No.10,in second place; In 1940, Harper and Brothers published “You Can’t Go Home
and Lucky Charms,No.12,in third place.The race Again” by Thomas Wolfe, two years after the author’s death.
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One of Hollywood’s most famous kisses to midnight
REBISC was between Burt Lancaster (1913- ***
Actor Telly Savalas (1924-1994) was
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Jennifer Aniston’s (born 1969) godfa-
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what the test was? See answer at end. ther. Telly is short for Aristotle.
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Filoli hosting autumn festival Police reports

Riding the rails
By Heather Murtagh A man wearing a green jacket and a back-
pack jumped and hung onto a moving
train but let go and walked away after the
More than six acres of various trees, never the
same one twice, line open space in Woodside. train stopped on the 200 block of
On a beautiful morning day, a variety of California Drive in Burlingame before
apples, plums and grapes await those who 8:04 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 16.
wander through looking for a tasty and unique
treat. Mother and daughter duo Marian
Vandenbosch and Karen Flores began volun- REDWOOD CITY
teering at Filoli more than 11 years ago and are Suspicious circumstances. A woman riding a
still learning about the center’s amenities. On train complained to the conductor that some
Oct. 2, the Autumn at Filoli Festival, of which men on the train were conspiring against her
the mother-daughter team is chair, celebrates on St. James Avenue before 1:07 p.m.
the wonderful orchards and the unique fruit Wednesday, Sept. 15.
grown on the property. Person down. A man who may have suffered
“Walking into the grocery store, you would a seizure was found lying on the ground on
not see this many varieties,” said Flores.
The Gentleman’s Orchard covers 6.8 acres. DANA YATES/DAILY JOURNAL Goodwin Avenue before 6:05 p.m.
Originally started while the families lived on the Marian Vandenbosch,left,and her daughter Karen Flores explore the 6.8 acres of orchards at Wednesday, Sept. 15.
site, it was not intended to produce massive Filoli — a focal point to the upcoming Autumn at Filoli Festival. Disturbance. The son of a landlord may have
amounts of fruit. Instead, it’s an eclectic con- broken a security camera that a tenant had set
events, rather, they began by taking a flower erty was strategically placed on Spring Valley
noisseur’s collection of European and American up on Elwood Street before 6:31 p.m.
arranging class together shortly after Flores had Water Company land. Bourn was owner and
varieties of fruits grown for the enjoyment of the twins. president of the company. Wednesday, Sept. 15.
family and friends. By 1997, only 150 trees from “We would take turns rocking the stroller back He named the estate Filoli by combining the Annoying phone calls. Someone received 653
the original 1,000 planted by the Bourn family in and forth,” said Vandenbosch. first two letters from the key words of his per- messages while at school on Duane Street
1918 remained. Now they teach a class for parents and their sonal creed: “Fight for a just cause; Love your before 7:06 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 15.
Horticultural Director Lucy Tolmach suggest- kids and started taking on new roles. The festival fellow man; Live a good life.” Suspicious person. Three high school stu-
ed a restoration which included stabilizing the was a new challenge last year. This year, the The Bourns remained in the house until both dents allegedly taunted someone for refusing
fields and adopting a collection of historic apple ladies feel confident they have found the perfect died in 1936. In 1937, the property was sold to to buy magazine subscriptions they were sell-
and pear trees. Today, there are over 620 trees recipe for family fun. “There is family entertain- Mr. and Mrs. William P. Roth, who owned the ing on Gordon Street before 7:34 p.m.
and grape vines. This variety of plants is the cor- ment all around the property,” said Flores. Matson Navigation Company. The Roths main- Wednesday, Sept. 15.
nerstone for the annual Autumn at Filoli Festival Aside from orchard tours and tasty fruit, there tained the property and the formal gardens even-
during which families can tour the orchards, is a bird show, old-time puppeteer, arts and tually gained worldwide recognition. In 1975, SAN MATEO
learn and taste the amazing variety and freshly- crafts, games and free popcorn. Cider is avail- Mrs. Roth donated 125 acres of Filoli to the
created cider in addition to participating in chil- Suspicious person. A handful of people were
able for a small fee but all other activities are National Trust for Historic Preservation. The on the roof a building taking pictures of graffi-
dren’s activities. included in the entry price. In addition, the remaining acreage was given to Filoli Center,
“You couldn’t taste all these heirloom pears ti on the first block of East Third Avenue
woman strategically placed shopping — of which operates the estate today.
and apples in one place at one time anywhere which there will be an abundance — close to a The Autumn at Filoli Festival is from 10 a.m. before 4:41 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 15.
else, except maybe France,” said Filoli spokes- play area for kids so people of all ages can enjoy to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2 at Filoli, located at 86 Burglary. Someone arrived home to find the
woman Christina Syrett quoting Horticultural the autumn fest. Cañada Road, Woodside. Tickets are $20 for front door to their home open and items miss-
Director Lucy Tolmach. Shopping at Filoli can be a unique experience members, $25 for non-members, $5 for children ing on the 4000 block of Wilshire Avenue
That’s the part Flores’ kids like best. since it features things like herbs and flower 5 to 17 and children 4 or younger are free. before 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 15.
Vandenbosch described the size of one apple bulbs from the expansive gardens. Tickets are also being sold for a barbecue lunch Disturbance. Someone could hear a man and
being large enough to make one pie. Originally built for prominent San to be served on the tennis courts. Lunch prices woman screaming at each other and items
The ladies energetically describe the festival, Franciscans William Bowers Bourn II and his are $16 per adult; a child lunch is available for being thrown on the 100 block of South
which they are chairing for the second year. wife whose chief source of wealth was a hard- $9. Drinks are included. For more information Humboldt Street before 6:06 p.m. Wednesday,
Neither began volunteering at Filoli to run rock gold mine in Grass Valley, the Filoli prop- visit www.filoli.org. Sept. 15.

• On Monday, the Burlingame City Council will learn about radi-
ation emissions from cell phones during a presentation on specific
absorption rate, known as SAR. SAR, which is regulated by the
Federal Communications Commission, measures the amount of
radiation a person’s head absorbs from a cell phone. Councilman
Michael Brownrigg previously expressed interest in a resolution
requiring cell phone stores in Burlingame to notify customers a the
SAR levels omitted from a phone before it is sold. The council meets
7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 20 at City Hall, 501 Primrose Road in Burlingame.
4 Weekend • Sept. 18-19, 2010 FAMILY RESOURCES THE DAILY JOURNAL
THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL/STATE Weekend • Sept. 18-19, 2010 5
Around the state
Second school cleared by reports of gas leak Dems keep wide lead
Crestmoor Elementary evacuated Friday;Portola evacuated Thursday over GOP in voter registration
BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE on, it can cause the smell of gas being district superintendent. SACRAMENTO — Democrats continue to hold a wide regis-
delivered,” he said. Parents can pick up the students in the tration lead of nearly 2.3 million voters over Republicans in
There is no indication of a gas leak at PG&E crews remained at the campus cafeteria at Parkside, located at 1801 California, despite aggressive efforts by the GOP to close the gap.
an elementary school in San Bruno that as of 10:15 a.m. to do further testing to Niles Ave. in San Bruno. A report released Friday by the secretary of state’s office
was evacuated Friday morning when ensure the safety of the school, Smith The school evacuation was the second showed the electorate holding roughly steady since the June
teachers smelled gas in their classrooms, said. in as many days in the area near the site primary, with 44.3 percent registered as Democrats, 30.9 per-
a PG&E spokesman said. There was also a power outage Friday of last week’s deadly explosion and fire cent as Republicans, and nearly 20.2 percent declining to state
Students and staff at Crestmoor morning that is affecting about 7,000 in San Bruno. a party preference.
Elementary School, located at 2322 PG&E customers in the cities of San On Thursday morning, students were Republican registration has been falling for several years,
Crestmoor Drive, were evacuated Friday but the GOP had hoped to capitalize on the conservative
Bruno, Burlingame and Millbrae, evacuated from Portola Elementary
morning after two teachers reported momentum across the country as a way to boost the party’s
according to Smith. He did not know School in San Bruno because of the
smelling gas in their classrooms at about voter base in California.
8:10 a.m., said Cindy Emerson of the when exactly the outage was reported, or smell of gas. Investigators later deter-
San Bruno Park School District. if it was related to the incident at mined the smell came from the school’s Clinton will campaign for Brown, a former rival
School officials notified the Pacific Crestmoor. furnaces, which had been turned on for
Crews are working to restore power to the first time this year. SACRAMENTO — Former President Bill Clinton will
Gas and Electric Company, which campaign with his former rival Jerry Brown, setting aside their
responded to the campus and recom- the customers affected by the outage. Students from Portola were also taken
The cause of the outage is under investi- to Parkside to be picked up on Thursday. once bitter feud to help give the attorney general a much-need-
mended that students and staff evacuate ed boost in the close contest for California governor.
the school. gation, Smith said. Both Crestmoor and Portola elemen-
Classes have been canceled for the day tary schools are located less than a mile The Brown campaign announced Clinton’s planned visit in
PG&E spokesman Jeff Smith said mid-October on Friday, capping the end of a turbulent week
there is no indication of a gas leak. at Crestmoor, and the students and staff from the site of the Sept. 9 pipeline
that began with Brown questioning Clinton’s honesty and later
Instead, the smell was likely caused by a were taken by bus to Parkside explosion and fire that killed at least four
apologizing for what he called his inappropriate remarks.
heater that was turned on, Smith said. Intermediate School, according to people and injured more than 50 others.
Brown, 72, is well known in California but finds himself in
“Sometimes when a heater is turned Emerson, administrative assistant to the Thirty-seven homes were destroyed. a virtual tie against billionaire Meg Whitman, a political
novice who has poured $119 million of her own money into
Competency questioned for accused friend killer the race so far.


request is good
struggle after his friend pulled a gun on
A judge expected to accept a plea by a because it gets that Calvache was shot twice in the head
Hillsborough man accused of killing his issue settled early. and once in the buttocks, according to
Debbie Wilson
friend instead questioned the man’s abil- Although Kleiman prosecutors who also say the friends had Debbie Wilson, age 54, of San Mateo fought a courageous
ity to stand trial and suspended criminal has not yet entered a planned to go to dinner together before battle and died peacefully with her family at her bedside on
proceedings. plea, he has admitted the altercation. When police arrived, Friday Sept. 10, 2010. She is preceded in death by her loving
Bradley Allen Kleiman, 30, was shooting Christopher they reportedly found Kleiman carrying son Kenneth Wilson, will be greatly missed by her sons Robert
scheduled to enter a plea to murder and Calvache, 30, but marijuana plants in the backyard and a Wilson and James Wilson, parents Dawn and Bob O’Hern,
firearms charges in the death of Bradley called it self- weapon and casings inside the pool brother James O’Hern, sister Sandy Pierucci, her niece Tori
Christopher Calvache. Judge Richard defense. house. Authorities have not confirmed Pierucci and nephew Mike Pierucci and many other family
Livermore first asked Kleiman questions Kleiman called who owned the gun. members.
to ensure he knew his rights and raised 911 just after 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 15 to Kleiman was on parole at the time of She lived in San Mateo County her entire life and worked
doubt about his competency. Kleiman report shooting Calvache in a pool house the shooting for felony driving under the for 33 years in the title industry, most recently as an advisory
returns to court Tuesday for the appoint- detached from a five-bedroom main influence causing injury and reckless title Officer. One of her favorite things was spending time at
ment of two doctors who will determine house on De Sabla Road where his par- evading a police officer. He also had a Disneyland with her family.
if he should stand trial or be sent to a ents live. Calvache and Kleiman were narcotics possession charge in Santa A celebration of her life will take place 6 p.m. Wednesday
state hospital for treatment. the only ones on the property at the time. Barbara. Sept. 22 at the Neptune Society, 1645 El Camino Real,
Chief Deputy District Attorney Steve Kleiman said he shot Calvache during a He remains in custody no-bail status. Belmont. Reception to follow.
6 Weekend • Sept. 18-19, 2010 LOCAL/NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

Obama picks consumer

adviser,dodges Senate
By Jim Kuhnhenn too critical of
big banks. The
WASHINGTON — In a poke in business and
the eye to the financial community, banking commu-
President Barack Obama on Friday nity opposed

named Elizabeth Warren, an aggres- Warren as direc- tudents attending Aragon
sive consumer advocate and Wall tor of the new High School in San Mateo
bureau, contend- County recently teamed up
Street adversary, to oversee creation
of a new agency to regulate banks, Elizabeth Warren ing she would with The Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon
make the agency Bay to help attract tourism.
lenders and credit card companies. too aggressive. Obama praised her Aragon High School students
Sidestepping a Senate confirma- highly. were asked to photograph locations The Rotary Club of Foster City awarded scholarships to the following high
tion fight — for now — Obama “Never again will folks be con- within five Half Moon Bay regions, school seniors:Julie Borden from Aragon;Victoria Brehme,Teresa Bufforo,
stopped short of nominating Warren fused or misled by pages of barely and to visually capture the essence
to actually head the new Bureau of Guadalupe Madrigal and David Dychman from San Mateo; and Sarah
understandable fine print that you of each spot. Students were invited Jacobs, Lauren Kloster, Madolyn Yuen, Meghan Lloyd, Fiona Murphy and
Consumer Financial Protection. find in agreements for credit cards to submit a portfolio of six photos
Instead, his action will let the Katherine Caputo from Hillsdale.Awardees are joined with their parents,
or mortgages or student loans,” of any or all of the five regions, with Rotarian Martha Bronitsky and President Linda Grant in this photo.
Harvard Law School professor and Obama said, standing alongside the winning photograph to be
expert on bankruptcy move quickly Warren and Treasury Secretary selected by leadership at Aragon Founded in 1992 by Prudential tions of the agents, owners, man-
to shape the bureau. Timothy Geithner in the White High School and The Ritz-Carlton, California Realty, the Education agers and staff as a way of acknowl-
Senate Republicans view her as House Rose Garden. Half Moon Bay. Foundation has awarded more than edging and thanking teachers in
Winning the competition, a $500 $750,000 in grants to 1,300 excep- their communities.
New York storm leaves tional elementary, middle and high ***
Around the nation prize and photo inclusion on
school teachers since its inception. At Notre Dame Elementary
14-mile path of destruction www.ExperienceHalfMoonBay.co
m was high school junior and com- San Mateo County Education School’s eighth-grade graduation
NEW YORK — A brief but vicious 911 calls detail shooting petitive swimmer Kenan Chan. Foundation 2010 grantees include ceremony, the graduates presented
storm that churned through New York Deb McKeever was picking up Second-place was junior Byron Ng, Lynne Howe from Brisbane donations to the Peninsula
City left a 14-mile path of destruction her mother-in-law after surgery at who plays on the school basketball Elementary, Jane Change from Humane Society and the Susan G
from Brooklyn to Queens, toppling Johns Hopkins Hospital when a shot team. Junipero Serra High, Feleciana Komen Foundation of $600 each.
trees, peeling away roofs and killing a rang out down the hall. *** Stevenson from El Camino High, The students raised the funds
woman in a car who had just swapped “We all got quiet,” McKeever said The Prudential California Ray Galela from El Camino, Meg throughout the year through various
seats with her husband. Friday. “We were all really nervous, Realty Education Foundation Milani from South San Francisco activities and decided as a class to
The National Weather Service we really had no clue what going on honored 85 Northern California High, Joslyn Negherbon from whom to donate. They love animals
sought Friday to determine whether ... I was thinking of Virginia Tech, public school teachers for their out- Westborough Middle School and and some students family members
the fury of wind and rain that hit the Columbine — you don’t know if standing achievements by awarding Cheri Howard from have been affected by cancer.
previous evening was a tornado. he’s going to come walking up the $51,000 in grants during May. Westborough.
City officials said the storm hopped hall, shooting people or what.” Families, peers, community leaders This year, each teacher received
nearly $600 which they can use Class notes is a twice weekly column
across New York Harbor from McKeever described the scene a and Prudential California agents dedicated to school news. It is compiled
Staten Island and barreled uninter- day after Paul Warren Pardus, who honored the teachers at the annual however they like. by education reporter Heather Murtagh.
rupted from Park Slope in Brooklyn was visiting his elderly mother in the event held in Walnut Creek and The Education Foundation grants You can contact her at (650) 344-5200,
all the way to the Bayside neighbor- same hospital, shot her doctor and Sacramento on May 14, and San do not come from corporate funds, ext. 105 or at heather@smdailyjour-
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Enjoy fun time with Mom, Dad or your favorite grown-up. The across clues are for kids and the down clues are for adults.

A Clothes Call
Kids Across 20. It’s what a cowboy’s 7. Fashion flashback:
1. You put these through boots are made of Regrettable elements
holes to close your 22. What you put on before that made shoulders
coat you head for bed bolder in the ’80s
5. Popular pants made of 23. Rhyme time: You have a 8. What slacks labeled
denim tongue. What has one, “Dry Clean Only” might
7. A word that means “to too? Look at your feet — do if they’re tossed in
iron” (or what you do to it’s your ____! the washer
ring a doorbell) 9. Machine that takes
11. Clothes holder for your Parents Down garments for a tumble
This Week’s Solution
closet 2. Menswear that might 10. Search for a suit (or the
12. A “little” word you might prompt a compliment place where you might
use to describe a baby’s like, “You have quite a do so)
socks rep” 14. Link location
13. To put your clothes in a 3. What you have to do to 15. Accessory that renders
suitcase before you go have homemade suspenders unnecessary
on vacation clothes 16. 6D stiffener
16. What a figure skater 4. A man of accomplishent 17. Muslim man’s traditional
wears that flares when might sport a feather in head wrap
she spins his 18. ____ for success
19. A police officer’s work 6. Top that fits the wearer 21. Lincoln’s stovepipe
outfit to a tee accessory
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held by George H. W. Bush, the years. Party, which is been very success- Michelle Durand
Emanuel Lee, Heather Murtagh, Bill Silverfarb

Letter to the editor Senior Correspondent: Events

Susan E. Cohn
Business Staff
Charlotte Andersen Mark Aspillera
Response to so, but why do we still cling to reli- able service to the county and has Jennifer Bishop Keith Blake

‘For Heaven’s Sake’ On the web gion, which in aggregate has done shown by his track record he is a Gloria Brickman
Robert O’Leary
Gale Green
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more harm than all other movements person who is not a talker but a pro- Kris Skarston
Editor, • Clark Bell: Our community combined? ducer.
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“For Heaven’s Sake” (The Daily • Keith C.De Filippis: Mateo County to vote for Don Diana Clock Michael Costa
Jorg Aadahl Horsley for supervisor. Don is a true
Sept. 13) is right on! What a breath Changing the name of the Philip Dimaano Darold Fredricks
of fresh air amongst all the nonsense mission San Mateo public servant and has even agreed Miles Freeborn Brian Grabianowski
William Jeske Cheri Lucas
produced in the name of religion. • Sandra Dillon: Keep an eye to not take the salary for the position Nick Rose Theresa Seiger
I have read her columns before, on our representatives for the entire four years. I feel Don Andrew Scheiner Alex Shamis

but never realized how brave, hon- smdailyjournal.com Horsley for supervisor possesses all the traits needed to be Eliot Storch Jeremy Venook

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Stocks end with meager gains

By Stephen Bernard
Dow 10,607.85 +13.02 10-Yr Bond 2.7460% -0.1300 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wall Street Americans struggle
Nasdaq 2,315.61 +12.36 Oil (per barrel) 73.66 the measure used most widely by pro-
NEW YORK — Stocks gave up most
S&P 500 1,125.59 +0.93 Gold 1,275.60 of their gains to end slightly higher fessional investors, briefly edged above
a technical trading threshold, but not
in regaining wealth
Friday, extending a September rally By Jeannine Aversa
that has slowed as the month wore on. enough to convince analysts that the
market is ready to move sharply higher. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Dow Jones industrial tacked on
13 points, while the Standard & Poor’s Stocks have been on a nearly unbroken
upward march in September, driving WASHINGTON — Americans’ long
500 Index edged up less than a point. journey to regain the wealth they lost
Both traded close to the breakeven the S&P up 7.3 percent.
Traders watch such technical barriers in the recession is stalled.
level all day. The Dow and other major Households failed even to run in
indexes logged their third-straight closely for clues about where the mar-
ket might go next. Right now the key place during the April-June quarter as
weekly advance. sinking stock prices eroded wealth.
level for the S&P 500 is 1,131, its
The market started out on an up note intraday high for June 21 and the top Stocks have since recovered about
following surprisingly strong profit end of its recent trading range. It bare- two-thirds of those losses. But based
news late Thursday from technology ly peeked over that level Friday but on last quarter’s data, household net
leaders Oracle Corp. and Research in failed to stay above it, a sign that the worth would have to surge 23 percent
Motion Ltd., which makes market needs more fuel, in the form of to reach its pre-recession peak.
BlackBerrys. good news on the economy or corpo- Net worth — the value of assets like
Technology and industrial shares rate profits, before moving higher homes and investments, minus debts
were broadly higher, though energy again. like mortgages and credit cards — fell
companies were weak following a drop Uri Landesman, president of 2.7 percent last quarter, or $1.5 trillion,
in crude oil. A decline in a measure of Platinum Partners, said if the S&P can the Federal Reserve said Friday. It now
consumer confidence from the rally past 1,131, it could surge even stands at $53.5 trillion.
University of Michigan/Reuters also further in the next couple of weeks. But That’s above the bottom hit during
kept a lid on buying. Gold set another if it cannot significantly eclipse that the recession, $48.8 trillion in the first
record and Treasury prices edged high- level and falls back below 1,115, quarter of 2009. But it’s far below the
er in a sign that investors remain cau- roughly its low for the week, “we could pre-recession peak in wealth of $65.8
tious. go to 1,000 pretty fast,” Landesman trillion.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, said.

UAL,Continental shareholders approve deal next two weeks after loose ends are tied paying customers — the new United will
By David Koenig and Joshua Freed
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS up. Regulators in the U.S. and Europe leapfrog Delta, Air France-KLM and
have already signaled approval. American Airlines to become the
The biggest airline in the world will With the voting over, the real work world’s biggest airline.
have the United name, Continental’s begins. Passengers won’t notice changes Shareholders of United parent UAL
globe logo and potentially far-reaching immediately, but behind the scenes the Corp. will own 55 percent of the new
effects on air travel. airlines will be combining two separate company, to be called United
Shareholders who approved combin- groups of highly unionized workers, Continental Holdings Inc. and based in
merging reservations systems and put- United’s hometown of Chicago. It will
ing the two companies Friday hope the
ting new paint jobs on the planes. The be led by Continental Airlines Inc. CEO
new airline attracts more top-dollar cor- companies expect it will be at least a Jeff Smisek.
porate travelers with its larger network year before federal authorities approve Smisek hinted Friday at layoffs, say-
while reducing costs. Some industry their request to fly as one airline. ing there will be overlapping jobs when
watchers say the deal will lead to higher The UAL acquisition of Continental the two combine, but he did not give any
fares, but United and Continental say will combine United’s strength in the numbers.
there’s enough competition from low- Midwest, the West Coast and across the United and Continental overlap on few
cost airlines to keep prices from rising. Pacific with Continental’s presence in routes, but Rick Seaney, CEO of
The vote for the deal topped 98 per- Texas, the East Coast and routes to FareCompare.com, said he still expects
cent at both companies, which expect Europe and Latin America. Measured by the deal to affect how passengers fly and
the $3 billion stock swap to close in the traffic — the number of miles flown by how much they pay.

Business briefs
SEC backs rules on company debt-level disclosure
WASHINGTON — Federal regulators voted Friday to propose
new rules that could make it harder for public companies to dis-
guise their level of debt.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is proposing
expanded disclosure requirements in response to companies that
temporarily trim their debt at the end of quarters to make their
financial statements appear stronger. The practice, especially
used by big banks and sometimes called “window dressing,” is
legal but regulators say it can give investors a distorted picture of
a bank’s debt and level of risk.
The SEC proposal would require all public companies to report
detailed information on their short-term borrowing every quarter.
For financial companies, there would be a stricter layer of
requirements: The average interest rate paid on the loans would
have to be calculated on a daily basis and reported.
Financial firms currently are required to disclose their short-
term borrowing only once a year.
The SEC commissioners voted 5-0 at a brief meeting to pro-
pose the new rules and open them to public comment for 60 days.
They could be formally adopted sometime later, possibly with

Consumer prices rise 0.3 percent in August

WASHINGTON — Consumer prices posted a small rise in
August, but outside of a big jump in volatile gasoline prices,
inflation was essentially flat.
Consumer prices edged up 0.3 percent in August, matching the
July increase, the Labor Department said Friday. Core inflation,
which excludes food and energy, showed no increase in August.
The 2007-2009 recession and the weak recovery since have
banished inflation as an immediate threat. Sluggish demand is
preventing most businesses from raising prices and high unem-
ployment is keeping a lid on wage pressures.
Over the past 12 months, core inflation is up just 0.9 percent,
matching the lowest 12-month gain in 44 years. Overall prices are
up a modest 1.1 percent during the past 12 months.
The absence of inflationary pressures has given the Federal
Reserve room to keep interest rates at record lows for nearly two
years in an effort to jump-start economic activity.
12 Weekend • Sept. 18-19, 2010 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Stanford defense looks to stay stingy vs.Wake Forest

By Josh Dubow With freshman Tanner Price running the much room last year. The offensive players the hotel all day waiting for the game. It will
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS offense, Wake Forest has had a propensity for noticed the difference right away in spring be even tougher for the Wake Forest players
big plays. The Deamon Deacons have scored ball and now the rest of the nation is getting a with the game starting at 11:15 p.m. EDT.
STANFORD — The task of shoring up the eight offensive touchdowns on plays of at chance to see it. “It’s definitely going to be tough for us, but
defense at Stanford began soon after last sea- least 20 yards, including an 81-yard pass from “There’s a belief in it and our players have that’s why we go through camp,” linebacker
son ended with the hiring of longtime NFL receiver Marshall Williams to Chris Givens an identity that is really forming,” Harbaugh Riley Haynes said. “That’s why we do things
assistant Vic Fangio as defensive coordinator. against Duke and Devon Brown’s 85-yard run said. “You can see that out there with the con- we do. If you don’t go up to Stanford mental-
in the opener. fidence they’re playing with and how they’re ly ready, they’re going to take advantage of it
Fangio immediately brought in an aggres-
sive style and pro schemes to a defense that “You can’t go into a football game knowing executing. Vic is top shelf. I’m learning a lot because that’s a great team. We’re going to
often struggled to slow down the opposition a that the only way you are going to score of football from him.” have to get enough sleep and be able to get
year ago. points is through big plays,” coach Jim Grobe Fangio will have a tough task against Wake hyped enough but I think we’ll be ready
The move appears to be paying off so far. said. “Some of the defenses we play will be Forest, which runs some triple-option, zone because Coach Grobe always has us ready
The 19th-ranked Cardinal have allowed just more stingy, so we just have to be more con- reads and spread passing that is much less mentally.”
one offensive touchdown through two games sistent.” common in the NFL. Dealing with that The late start time perhaps is a fair turn-
and are coming off a 35-0 win at UCLA that Stanford has been particularly stingy this offense will require plenty of discipline from about from last year’s meeting that kicked off
was their first road shutout since 1974. season in a far cry from how the defense a Stanford defense that has prided itself on at noon EDT in North Carolina. The West
“We’re not getting so hyped about it,” safe- played a year ago. The Cardinal allowed 31.4 aggressiveness this season. Coast Cardinal actually started fast in that
ty Michael Thomas said. “We love the face points per game last season with four of their “They look very explosive,” Turner said. game, taking a 17-3 halftime lead.
that we could pitch a shutout, especially in the five losses coming in games where they “This is the type of team that is very danger- But the Deamon Deacons rallied to win it
Rose Bowl. It’s the Rose Bowl man. We’re not scored at least 27 points. ous. One guy in the wrong spot or gap and 24-17 on Riley Skinner’s 2-yard run with 2
getting high and mighty. We feel like we’re Coach Jim Harbaugh brought Fangio on that’s when the big play busts. A team like this seconds left in a game that still stings for
just getting started. With this defense, we feel after co-defensive coordinator Andy Buh left is very dangerous.” Stanford because of some questionable penal-
like there’s more to come.” for a job at Nevada. Fangio had spent the pre- The game time presents another challenge, ty calls.
The Cardinal (2-0) should get their stiffest vious 24 years in the NFL, including as line- with kickoff scheduled for just after 8:15 p.m. “That was a really tough loss on the road,”
test so far when they take on Wake Forest (2- backers coach in Baltimore under Harbaugh’s PDT to accommodate the television broadcast said receiver Ryan Whalen, who caught two
0) on Saturday night. The Deamon Deacons brother John. on ESPN2. TD passes. “This is one of those games we
have scored 107 points in two games, putting Fangio put in a 3-4 defense and wanted his This is believed to be the latest kickoff in had marked on the calendar. It provides a
up big numbers against both Presbyterian and players to be less passive this season after the Stanford history, with the players talking tremendous opportunity this week to go out
Duke. defensive backs too often gave opponents too about how antsy they will get sitting around and get a win.”

Torre to retire as Dodgers manager at end of season

By Greg Beacham 2008 season after 12 successful years and four “It has been an incredible honor to wear the already is in Cooperstown. Torre turned 70 in
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS World Series titles with the New York Dodger uniform, and I will always carry with July, and has been rumored to be interested in
Yankees. Although he revitalized the Dodgers me some very special memories from the past returning to the broadcast booth — or even in
while making the playoffs twice during his three seasons,” Torre said in a statement. owning a team. He has a 2,318-1,990 regular-
LOS ANGELES — Joe Torre never got the relatively brief stint in Hollywood, he never “This was not a decision I took lightly, but I season record in 29 major league seasons as a
Los Angeles Dodgers to the heights his matched his success in the Bronx. believe it’s the right one for myself and my manager that included stints with the Mets,
Yankees once reached, and now the veteran He led Los Angeles to division titles in each family, and I’m truly thrilled that Donnie will Atlanta and St. Louis.
manager is moving on. of his first two seasons, but lost both times to be the one leading the Dodgers. It’s time that “I know that he had talked about (retiring),”
Torre said Friday he will retire after his Philadelphia in the NL championship series. the Dodgers had a new voice, and I have the said Yankees manager Joe Girardi, who
third season with the Dodgers, and Los His current Dodgers began their penultimate utmost confidence in him. I know he’s ready played for Torre in New York. “It’ll be inter-
Angeles immediately announced hitting homestand of the season Friday at 72-75 and for the challenge.” esting to see how he feels in December — if
coach Don Mattingly will replace him in in fourth place, 11 games behind San Torre is almost certain to get quick admis- he stays retired. Joe has been doing it a long
2011. Francisco, with their playoff chances all but sion to the Hall of Fame: Every manager with time, and I’m sure there’s other things Joe
Torre took over the Dodgers before the erased. at least four championships except him wants to do with his life.”
14 Weekend • Sept. 18-19, 2010 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

But he didn’t get much help from a Athletics this season. They entered the
A’s Corner watered-down Twins lineup. Danny game with a 3.56 ERA from their
Valencia had two hits, including a solo starters, the lowest total for an American
Oakland tops Twins homer, but the rest of the team managed League rotation this late in the season
MINNEAPOLIS — Jack Cust had a just three more in the series opener. since the Red Sox finished 2002 at 3.53.
solo homer and a double, and the light- Center fielder and leadoff man Denard Anderson, who has been on the dis-
hitting Oakland Athletics gave Brett Span was scratched because of a sore abled list twice this year with elbow
Anderson just enough run support in a 3- right shoulder, right fielder Jason Kubel problems, has given up five combined
1 victory over the Minnesota Twins on rested his sore wrist and Mauer was rest- earned runs in his last four starts.
Friday night. ed after catching all three games in the It’s the offense that has been the prob-
Anderson (6-6) gave up four hits and White Sox series. lem. Oakland didn’t have a batter in the
struck out five before Craig Breslow got All three replacements combined to lineup hitting better than .278 on Friday
pinch-hitter Joe Mauer to pop out with go 1 for 8 with a walk, but Jason night. The A’s entered the night with the
the bases loaded to end the seventh Repko’s infield single loaded the bases second-fewest extra-base hits, second-
inning. Andrew Bailey earned his 25th with two outs in the seventh. lowest slugging percentage (.372) and
save in 28 tries. Gardenhire brought in Mauer to the fourth-fewest runs scored in the
Nick Blackburn (9-10) had another pinch-hit and 40,681 fans came to their American League.
encouraging start for the Twins, who feet. But after just missing the first pitch, Five of Anderson’s six losses this sea-
were coming off a three-game sweep of which caught a little more of the plate son came with one or fewer runs of sup-
the Chicago White Sox that put them than the lefty Breslow probably would port. But the A’s had four extra-base hits
nine games up in the AL Central. have liked, Mauer popped out to shallow and also got runs on a sacrifice fly by
Blackburn gave up three runs and eight left field to end the seventh. Rajai Davis in the second inning and an
hits in seven innings. Pitching hasn’t been an issue for the RBI single by Mark Ellis in the fifth.
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Polls opens for Afghanistan election

By Amir Shah
Around the world
Oman: No plans to free two other Americans in Iran
MUSCAT, Oman — Oman’s foreign minister said Friday
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS he’s not aware of any plans for Iran to release two other
Americans still being held there, but that his country stands
KABUL, Afghanistan — Polling sta- willing to act as an intermediary between Tehran and
tions formally opened for voting in Washington.
Afghanistan’s parliamentary election The Gulf sultanate played a key role in helping mediate the
Saturday, though a scattering of rocket release of American Sarah Shourd from Iran on Tuesday.
attacks struck in the early morning and She has been staying in Oman with her mother since then
Taliban insurgents managed to block at but is planning to travel to New York on Saturday, her aunt
least a couple of stations from opening. Karen Sandys told the Associated Press.
A rocket slammed into the Afghan cap- Sandys, who spoke to Shourd by phone on Thursday, said
her niece is happy to be free and is now focused on securing
ital before dawn and three others struck
the release of two other Americans with whom she was arrest-
the eastern city of Jalalabad in Nangarhar ed last year — Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal. They are still
province, officials said. There were no being held in a Tehran prison.
reports of casualties.
The rockets were an apparent warning Magnitude-6.3 quake shakes Afghanistan
from insurgents who have warned on
leaflets and through rumors spread NEW YORK — A magnitude-6.3 earthquake has rattled the
REUTERS Hindu Kush region of Afghanistan late Friday night, the U.S.
through villages that those who cast bal-
A burqa-clad woman casts her ballot at a polling station in Herat,Afghanistan. Geological Survey reported.
lots should be prepared to be attacked. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
About 2,500 candidates are vying for to prevent residents from going else- government worker, was at the head of The 11:51 p.m. (1921 GMT) quake was deep, some 199.7
249 seats in the parliament, and how where to vote, he said. the line in a crisp white traditional tunic. kilometers (124.1 miles) below the surface, the USGS said.
many Afghans ignore the intimidation In a southern neighborhood of Kabul, a “I came here because I want prosperity No tsunami warnings were issued.
campaign and turn out at the polls will be small roadside bomb exploded near a for Afghanistan, stability for The USGS said the quake hit some 75 kilometers (45 miles)
one measure of whether the vote is con- polling station some 40 minutes before Afghanistan,” Husman said. “I’m wor- southeast of Faizabad, Afghanistan, and 265 kilometers (165
sidered a success. opening, injuring no one, local residents ried about security and fraud. I hope my miles) northeast of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan.
One of the rockets slammed into the said. Voting did not start at the station vote goes to the person I picked to vote
Afghan capital before dawn and three because of the blast. for.” He said he arrived a half an hour
struck the eastern city of Jalalabad in Despite the violence and threats, some before the station was scheduled to open.
Nangarhar province, officials said. No Afghans were eager to vote for their can- The rocket launched in Kabul landed
casualties were reported. didate. in the yard of Afghanistan’s state-owned
In Nangarhar’s troubled Surkh Rud At an elementary school in the east of television station, a couple of blocks
district, the Taliban blocked two voting Kabul, doors opened on time and a line from the presidential palace, NATO
centers from opening, said a resident, of 15 or 20 men who had been lined up headquarters and the U.S. Embassy,
Kasim, who uses one name like many outside filed in to cast ballots. Afghan police officer Mohammad
Afghans. Taliban were patrolling the area Mohammad Husman, a 50-year-old Abrahim said.

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1990 reproduction of a toy theater, featuring the story of William Tell, originally created in 1883 by the Verlag von J.F.
Schreiber Company of Esslingen,Germany.
By Susan Cohn theaters display, the simple truth is that they also bring out the
CENTURY 12 DOWNTOWN • SAN MATEO • 558-0512 DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT kid in all of us. I think it’s also fascinating that William
Eddelman, the exhibition’s curator, has chosen toy theaters
ALPHA AND OMEGA 3D (PG) (11:20 AM) | (1:55) | (4:30) | 7:15 | 9:30 THE from around the world that also depict a rich diversity of cul-
AMERICAN (R) (11:15 AM) | (2:00) | (4:35) | 7:20 | 10:10 DEVIL (PG-13) (11:05 AM)
Before there was television to bring the visible spectacle of
| (1:10) | (3:15) | (5:20) | 8:00 | 10:25 EASY A (PG-13) (11:00 AM) | (12:10) | (1:40) comedy and drama into the home, there was the toy theater. tures. The show as a whole really is a miniature world
| (2:30) | (4:10) | (5:00) | 7:00 | 7:55 | 9:40 | 10:35 EAT PRAY LOVE (PG-13) (11:40 Toy theaters, which had their greatest popularity in the 19th onstage.”
AM) | (3:20) | 6:50 | 9:55 GOING THE DISTANCE (R) (3:50) | 10:15 INCEPTION century, were miniature paper theaters, utilizing costume and Toy theaters have enjoyed a resurgence in Europe and the
(PG-13) (12:20) | 7:00 THE OTHER GUYS (PG-13) (11:25 AM) | (2:05) | (4:45) | 7:30 scenery designs derived from the contemporary stage. The United States. Author/artist Edward Gorey designed a mass
| 10:05 RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE (R) (12:50) | (3:30) | 6:10 | 8:50 RESIDENT theaters, scenery and characters included, were sold in paper produced toy theater based on his set designs for the 1977
EVIL: AFTERLIFE 3D (R) (11:10 AM) | (12:00) | (1:35) | (2:35) | (4:00) | (5:05) | 7:10 |
sheets and were assembled at home. Figures are attached to stage production of Dracula. A toy theater is featured at the
8:00 | 9:50 | 10:40 THE TOWN (R) (11:00 AM) | (1:50) | (4:40) | 7:50 | 10:40
small sticks, wires or configurations of strings that allowed beginning of Ingmar Bergman’s award-winning 1982 film
them to be moved about the set. Performances, given for fam- Fanny and Alexander. A toy theater is featured at the conclu-
ily members and guests, often included live or pre-recorded sion of Terry Gilliam’s 2009 film The Imaginarium of Doctor
ALPHA AND OMEGA (PG) 12:25 | 2:40 | 4:55 | 7:10 ALPHA AND OMEGA 3D (PG) sound effects and music. Parnassus, both as a feature of the plot and the format of the
11:20 AM | 1:35 | 3:50 | 6:00 | 8:15 | 10:30 THE AMERICAN (R) 11:25 AM | 1:55 “Toy Theatres: Worlds in Miniature,” now on display at San end credits. Current toy theater artists are crafting new plays
| 4:35 | 7:25 | 9:55 DESPICABLE ME (PG) 11:25 AM | 1:40 | 4:15 DEVIL (PG-13) created especially for the medium, ranging from traditional
Francisco’s Museum of Performance and Design, features 21
11:45 AM | 12:40 | 1:45 | 2:45 | 3:50 | 4:50 | 5:55 | 6:55 | 8:05 | 9:05 | 10:15 EASY family fare to mature subject matter.
A (PG-13) 11:35 AM | 12:30 | 1:50 | 2:55 | 4:10 | 5:15 | 6:40 | 7:50 | 9:10 | 10:20 rare toy theaters dating from the 18th century to the present, Exhibition Curator William Eddelman said, “The exhibition
EAT PRAY LOVE (PG-13) 7:05 | 10:15 GOING THE DISTANCE (R) 11:55 AM | 2:25 drawn from the United States, England, France, Germany, is the largest toy theater exhibition ever held in the Bay Area
| 5:00 | 7:40 | 10:05 INCEPTION (PG-13) 11:50 AM | 3:25 | 6:45 | 10:00 THE LAST Spain, Denmark and Mexico. Along with the theaters, the and most of the theaters are from the museum collection
EXORCISM (PG-13) 9:25 MACHETE (R) 12:15 | 2:50 | 5:20 | 8:00 | 10:35 NANNY exhibition displays printed sheets of scenery and costumed except for six which are from the Sean Sharp collection. They
MCPHEE RETURNS (PG) 11:30 AM | 2:00 | 4:30 THE OTHER GUYS (PG-13) 7:15 | characters and features video excerpts of toy theater perform- are unique and we are pleased to be able to show them
9:50 RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE (R) 12:10 | 2:35 | 5:05 | 7:35 | 10:05 RESIDENT ances. Most of the materials on display are drawn either from
EVIL: AFTERLIFE 3D (R) 11:40 AM | 12:45 | 1:20 | 2:00 | 3:10 | 3:45 | 4:25 | 5:35 | because of their broad appeal to young and old. This is a the-
6:20 | 7:00 | 8:10 | 8:50 | 9:30 | 10:40 SALT (PG-13) 8:15 | 10:40 TAKERS (PG-13)
the Museum’s own Design Collection or are on loan from San atrical fantastic journey into the past for the child in every-
11:30 AM | 2:10 | 4:45 | 7:20 | 10:10 THE TOWN (R) 12:00 | 1:30 | 3:00 | 4:30 | 6:00 Francisco toy theater collector Sean Sharp, who provided not one.”
| 7:30 | 9:00 | 10:30 TOY STORY 3 (G) 12:20 | 3:05 | 5:40 only key pieces to the exhibition, but shared his extensive The Museum of Performance and Design is located on the
knowledge and enthusiasm as well. Fourth Floor of the Veterans Building, 401 Van Ness Ave., San
CENTURY 20 • DALY CITY • 994-2488 Brad Rosenstein, Museum Curator of Exhibitions and Francisco. “Toy Theatres: Worlds in Miniature” may be
Programs, noted, “It’s been a pleasure to reacquaint contem- viewed Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through
ALPHA AND OMEGA (PG) (12:45) | (3:15) | (5:45) | 8:15 ALPHA AND OMEGA 3D
(PG) 12:01 AM | (11:30 AM) | (2:00) | (4:30) | 7:00 | 9:30 THE AMERICAN (R) (11:10
porary audiences with these delightful toy theaters, which December 2010. $5 suggested donation. For more informa-
AM) | (1:55) | (4:50) | 7:35 | 10:20 DESPICABLE ME 3D (PG) (10:55 AM) | (1:25) | ignite everyone’s imagination. The show has been drawing a tion visit www.mpdsf.org or call (415) 255-4800.
(3:55) DEVIL (PG-13) (10:50 AM) | (12:00) | (1:10) | (2:20) | (3:30) | (4:40) | (5:50) | lot of families, and I’ve seen people of every age seized with
7:00 | 8:10 | 9:20 | 10:30 | 11:45 EASY A (PG-13) 12:15 AM | (11:45 AM) | (1:00) the immediate desire to play with the theaters! While our adult
| (2:15) | (3:30) | (4:45) | 6:00 | 7:15 | 8:30 | 9:45 | 11:00 EAT PRAY LOVE (PG-13) side can appreciate the often immense craft and artistry these Susan Cohn can be reached at susan@smdailyjournal.com.
(11:30 AM) | (2:45) THE EXPENDABLES (R) 10:40 GOING THE DISTANCE (R) 7:20
| 10:05 INCEPTION (PG-13) 7:10 | 10:35 THE LAST EXORCISM (PG-13) 12:10 AM
| 7:20 | 9:50 MACHETE (R) 12:15 AM | (11:05 AM) | (1:45) | (4:25) | 7:05 | 9:45
NANNY MCPHEE RETURNS (PG) (10:55 AM) | (1:40) | (4:25) THE OTHER GUYS
(PG-13) (11:00 AM) | (4:40) | 10:20 RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE (R) (12:45) | (3:25)
| 6:05 | 8:45 | 11:25 RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE 3D (R) 12:01 AM | (10:45 AM) |
(11:20 AM) | (12:05) | (1:25) | (2:00) | (2:45) | (4:05) | (4:50) | (5:25) | 6:25 | 6:45 |
7:30 | 8:05 | 9:05 | 9:25 | 10:10 | 10:45 | 11:45 SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD
(PG-13) (1:50) | 7:30 TAKERS (PG-13) (10:50 AM) | (1:40) | (4:30) | 7:15 | 10:00 THE
TOWN (R) 12:15 AM | (10:45 AM) | (12:15) | (1:45) | (3:15) | (4:45) | 6:15 | 7:45 | 9:15
| 10:45 TOY STORY 3 (G) (11:05 AM) | (1:50) | (4:35)


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(3:30) | (4:35) | (5:35) | 7:00 | 8:10 | 9:20 | 10:30 | 11:25 EASY A (PG-13) (10:25 AM)
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PRAY LOVE (PG-13) (1:25) | 7:45 THE EXPENDABLES (R) (10:05 AM) | (3:00) | 8:15
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| 10:45 MACHETE (R) (11:25 AM) | (2:05) | (4:45) | 7:15 | 10:05 THE OTHER GUYS
(PG-13) (11:10 AM) | (1:50) | (4:50) | 7:30 | 10:10 RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE (R)
(12:40) | (3:15) | 6:00 | 8:40 RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE 3D (R) (10:40 AM) | (11:20
AM) | (11:55 AM) | (1:20) | (2:00) | (2:40) | (4:00) | (4:30) | (5:20) | 6:40 | 7:20 | 8:00 |
9:15 | 10:00 | 10:40 TAKERS (PG-13) (11:35 AM) | (2:15) | (5:00) | 7:35 | 10:15 THE
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Colbert to rally against Stewart ’Hawaii Five-0’

upgrading to
‘Rally to Restore Sanity’versus ‘March to Keep Fear Alive’
By Brett Zongker
German dictator (or Charlie Chaplin).
Nearby, Colbert also announced a “March
to Keep Fear Alive” to restore “truthiness” to
rally on the anniversary of Martin Luther King
Jr.’s March on Washington. Stewart’s website
notes Oct. 30 was chosen as a date “of no sig-
modern times
WASHINGTON — “The Daily Show” host the nation on his show Thursday night. For nificance whatsoever.” By Mark Niesse
Jon Stewart is hosting a “million moderate those who don’t know, truthiness was a 2006 The rallies take aim at extremists from the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
march” in Washington — for people who word of the year that means “truth that comes political fringes. Stewart said it will give voice
think shouting is annoying — but faux politi- from the gut, not books.” to about 70 to 80 percent of Americans who HONOLULU — The elite crime-fighting
cal nemesis Stephen Colbert will be nearby to Colbert is encouraging “all freedom-loving aren’t heard in daily political discourse. team of “Hawaii Five-0” is back in the islands
keep fear alive against those “dark, optimistic patriots” to bring an overnight bag and five Stewart and Colbert have filed a single — this time with more bikinis, fewer stiff suits
forces.” extra sets of underwear to challenge Stewart’s application for a permit to host 25,000 people and a remix of the series’ classic theme song.
Colbert, host of Comedy Central’s “The “dark, optimistic forces.” He said the nation on the Washington Monument grounds, The remake of the legendary series, which
Colbert Report,” and his arch enemy on the can’t afford a rally to restore sanity in National Park Service spokesman Bill ran for 12 seasons from 1968 to 1980, debuts
network plan to hold opposing political the middle of a recession. Line said Friday. It hasn’t been Monday at 10 p.m. EDT on CBS with a lega-
rallies on the National Mall just He wrote the United approved yet. cy to live up to.
before the November elections. States is built on three Stewart said Thursday night that Like the original hit show, the new version’s
Stewart interrupted his regular bedrock principles: his rally would be a “million mod- cop team hunts down criminals, often ending
fake newscast Thursday night to freedom, liberty and erate march.” He suggested a few with the catch phrase “Book ’em, Danno!”
announce a “Rally to Restore fear. signs for the rally, including “I dis- But the rebooted version aims to add more
Sanity” on Oct. 30. He said it’s for “They want to agree with you, but I’m pretty sure witty banter, character back story and edgi-
people too busy with their normal replace our fear with rea- you’re not Hitler.” ness to the formulaic detective work of the
son,” he wrote. “But never “You may be asking yourself ... first series, which preceded a generation of
lives to go to other political rallies.
forget ’reason’ is just one letter ’but am I the right person to go to crime dramas such as “Magnum, P.I.” and
“We’re looking for people who
away from ’treason.”’ this rally?”’ Stewart said on “Law & Order.”
think shouting is annoying ... who
The events come a few weeks his show. “The fact “You can do great action, and we do,” said
feel that the loudest voices should- executive producer Peter Lenkov. “But what’s
n’t be the only ones that get after Glenn Beck’s that you would
fresh and different is the character develop-
heard,” Stewart writes in recent even stop to
ment and humor.” Filmed onsite in Hawaii,
promotion for his ask yourself
“Hawaii Five-0” aims to appeal to viewers by
rally. “Think that question taking them to island scenes shot at sun-soaked
of our event as opposed beaches and landmark locations including
a s to just Pearl Harbor, Iolani Palace and Waikiki.
Woodstock, jumping Alex O’Loughlin is replacing the original
but with the up, grab- Detective Steve McGarrett, played by Jack
nudity and bing the Lord. As a former Navy SEAL, the new
d r u g s nearest McGarrett has been recruited by Hawaii’s
replaced by stack of governor to lead a task force against criminals
respectful burnable and terrorists intruding into the United States
disagree- h o l y through its Pacific islands.
ment.” books, “He’s part mercenary, and his tactics are
N o strapping pretty crazy. He does whatever he needs to do
A d o l f on a dia- to get the job done,” O’Loughlin said during a
H i t l e r per and break from filming on site in Honolulu. “We
mustaches pointing have respect for what came before us, but
allowed at your car we’re not drawing from the old show.”
t h e towards Unlike his predecessor, O’Loughlin is more
Stewart D.C. — that likely to go into a suspect’s house wearing a
rally — means I bulletproof vest, guns blazing. The Australian
unless it’s think you actor has Lord’s big shoes to fill after previ-
drawn on a just might be ously playing the lead in “Three Rivers” and
photo of the right for it.” “Moonlight.”

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Idaho in the fall: A subtle beauty all its own

By Anne Wallace Allen time to see sheep herders moving the sheep
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS down to lower pastures for the winter.
That’s the basis for Sun Valley’s popular
SANDPOINT, Idaho — In this age of big- Trailing of the Sheep festival, which falls on
box stores, Sandpoint offers the little box: the Oct. 8-10 this year. Idaho’s sheep industry,
labyrinthine used bookstore, the coffee shop started by Basque and Scottish settlers in the
with a sagging couch and a pile of magazines, central Idaho mountains, once rivaled
and a family-owned pharmacy and tool store Australia’s. While other industries like pota-
that sells rubber bands, wheelchairs, birdseed, toes and microchips have since overtaken
and dolls. ruminants, plenty of sheep farming continues
Just an hour south of the Canadian border, in Idaho, and it’s celebrated in Sun Valley
tiny Sandpoint (population 7,000) offers with a parade, sheep-related poetry reading
another counterpoint to prevailing perceptions and storytelling, and workshops on spinning,
as well, by defying the idea that fall foliage is weaving and cooking. While the festival is
something you only find in the eastern United well orchestrated, the sheep migration itself is
States. not something put on for tourists. It goes on in
Northern Idaho’s trees are mostly different many parts of the state whether anyone’s
from the eastern hardwoods that light up the watching or not.
mid-Atlantic states in the fall. The mountains Sandpoint, a former logging town, is at
are dominated by evergreens, but they have once unpretentious and spectacular. Like
some deciduous species such as quaking Coeur d’Alene, it makes the most of its lake
aspen, cottonwood and willow. But just as in — in this case Idaho’s largest, Lake Pend
the East, the trees here also display a stunning Oreille.
mix of color as winter approaches. The west- Someone in Sandpoint’s recent history evi-
ern larch, also called the tamarack, turns a dently recognized the value of the town’s
bright gold as its needles drop to the ground. eclectic and beautiful old structures and man-
“You’ll see this mixture of yellow and deep aged to stop them from being cleared away
green all through the woods,” said forester for the parking lots and chain stores that fea-
Chris Schnepf, a forester who lives and works Sandpoint,Idaho offers another counterpoint to prevailing perceptions as well,by defying the ture in so many U.S. towns. The result is an
in Coeur d’Alene, also in northern Idaho. idea that fall foliage is something you only find in the eastern United States. inviting panoply of shops, restaurants and gal-
“You get this velvety yellow mat on the like a basket of gold coins. And over the last Idaho and Montana, where color peaks at the leries. Some, like Sandpoint Super Drug &
ground.” 100 years or so, homeowners and city end of September and first half of October. Ace Hardware, retain the homey feeling that
People who live in the West get used to foresters have planted the eastern trees — like Burge looks for huckleberries and another the dizzying jumble of random goods once
noticing color at its most subtle. They appre- maples, elms, oaks, and flowering plums — bush he’s never been able to identify. It turns offered at five-and-dime stores from past
ciate the muted green of sage-covered hills that made the New England states famous for a bright burnt orange. decades.
with splashes of purple or yellow wildflowers. their fall foliage. And “you don’t want to forget the yellows,” Westerners know that New England is
Clearcut mountainsides provide some of “In the older sections of town they create a Burge said, noting that many grasses turn that famous for its foliage, and that the West isn’t.
Schnepf’s favorite fall foliage viewing. beautiful canopy of color, this tunnel of color in winter. “They’re quite spectacular But they think it should be.
Logging sometimes has the same effect as a autumn leaves,” said Dave Kilmer, who cap- also.” “They think they’re top dog,” said Burge,
fire, he said, revealing the color of smaller tains a 60-foot private sailboat on Lake Coeur So what to do while you’re looking around? who goes out of his way to point out the best
plants like huckleberries, dogwoods, and D’Alene. Idaho’s culture and history is rooted in natural foliage to friends from the East. “We have as
rocky mountain maples. You don’t have to know the name of the resources like agriculture, logging and min- good fall colors here as they do there.”
“It’s the shrubs where you get the most plant to appreciate it. Chic Burge, a photogra- ing, and the region’s fall festivals make the The West also has something lacking in
color,” said Schnepf. pher who works in a store called Camera most of those roots. While fall visitors will most Eastern states: the space to enjoy the
But it’s not all understated. In the fall, the Corral in Coeur d’Alene, leads foliage hiking have missed community events devoted to landscape on your own, or in the company of
round yellow leaves of the aspens glimmer tours in the mountains along the border of lentils, garlic and huckleberries, they’re just in some cattle or sheep.
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‘Easy A’
Director: Will Gluck
in modern technology seamlessly. In one
sharp running gag, a pop song goes from
an annoyance to an obsession to a ring
Cast: Emma Stone,Penn tone. SATURDAY, SEPT. 18 ‘Happy Birds’ Performing Parrot
Street Meet. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 300 Show. 2 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Hillsdale
Badgley,Amanda Bynes, The adults nearly steal the film. As Block of East Santa Inez Avenue, Shopping Center, 60 31st Ave., San
The rumor, spread by the school’s res- Dan Byrd,Thomas Haden Olive’s parents, Stanley Tucci and San Mateo. Meet friends and neigh- Mateo. Free. For more information
ident religious zealot Marianne Church Patricia Clarkson are hysterical. Olive’s
bors while buying or selling clothes, e-mail spin@spinpr.com.
(Amanda Bynes, playing the blond type books, kid’s items, etc. Sponsored
Rated: PG-13 for mature sarcasm is theirs exactly; together by Unitarian Universalists of San Paws and Claws Wildlife Show. 3
usually made a cheerleader in such thematic elements Mateo. $15 to rent a table before p.m. Coyote Point Museum 1651
they’re something like a troupe of clever Sept. 7, $25 from Sept. 8 on. For Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo.
movies), moves at the speed of Twitter. involving teen sexuality, actors role-playing as a family. more information contact street- Come to the Wildlife Theatre and
Olive doesn’t especially mind that her language and some drug meet@uusanmateo.org. learn about Coyote Point Museum’s
True to life, they are far less responsi-
reputation is soiled since she was previ- material
non-releasable animals. Free with
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Grade: Tucci’s father says he was gay once “for to 1 p.m. Menlo Park Presbyterian more information visit coyoteptmu-
She even embraces the role, sacrific- Church, 950 Santa Cruz Ave., seum.org.
ing her rep for the sins of her classmates’ a long time”; Clarkson’s mother admits Menlo Park. A workshop will be
to having slept with most of her high hosted teaching people to be active Cultural Performance Series:
sexual anxieties. Unlike most any high- listeners and supporters for people Vagabond Opera. 6 p.m.
schooler, Olive doesn’t care what any- school. As a guidance counselor, Lisa experiencing grief. $15 per person. Courthouse Square 2200 Broadway,
Kudrow has more issues than her stu- For more information call 329- Redwood City. Come enjoy
one thinks of her. 7421. European themed opera with offer-
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erosexual bullies, she pretends to have Moore one” where she takes “a bunch of McDowell proclaims his mission as only Financial Strategies for more information visit redwoodci-
Successful Retirement. 9 a.m. to tyevents.org/events/cultural_per-
sex with him. Other suitors soon come baths.” “Easy A” cleverly inverts to “keep the girls off the pole and the 1:15 p.m. College of San Mateo, formances.
calling, too, like a portly kid looking for Hawthorne’s tale: Virginity is never lost, guys off the pipe.” 1700 W. Hillsdale Blvd., San
Mateo. Create your personal finan- Smart Chicks Kick It. 6 p.m.
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It quickly gets out of hand and even dentally, Church’s character gives a A” is clearly the stepchild of Hughes; cessful future, learn all about Menlo Park. Join us for an evening
wonderful rant on), rumor alone is cruel Olive is a kind of modern day Ferris investments, long-term health care, with some of the smartest women
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Olive dresses more provocatively (like a enough. Bueller. She has it pretty close to all fig- lifestyle issues. For more informa- more information call 330-2530.
young, similarly chaste Britney Spears) “Whatever happened to chivalry?” ured out, and she even gets her own big, tion call 574-6149.
Live Improv Comedy with Blue
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erence, of course, is Hawthorne’s “The it only exist in ‘80s movies?” cally deadpan, lively performance from to 1 p.m. Menlo Park Presbyterian Ave., Half Moon Bay. Start your fall
Church, 950 Santa Cruz Ave. $15 with some great comedy from Blue
Scarlet Letter,” which she’s reading in a “John Hughes did not direct my life,” Stone. per person, or $50 for a group. Blanket Improv. $10. For more
class taught by the school’s coolest she adds. But this swaggering comedy, as you Learn how to deal with grief. For information visit blueblanketim-
That’s true; Will Gluck did. Gluck — more information contact John Reis prov.com.
teacher (Thomas Haden Church, in per- might expect, will tie things up too neat- at 854-3898.
fect casting). whose previous film was another high ly. File “Easy A” alongside “Twilight”: End of Summer Dance for Single
school film, 2009’s “Fired Up!” — ably Flickr: Online Photo Professionals. 8 p.m. to midnight.
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original” film version, not “the Demi and stylistically transfers Bert V. Royal’s ries at the movies these days. Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave., Blvd., San Mateo. Coat and tie or
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Dare’s suit demands the money be $31.25 million in damage, destroyed 37 hotline.com.

including how to create an account
and upload, organize and edit your
placed in a court-supervised escrow homes and killed at least four people. photos. Free. For more information SUNDAY, SEPT. 19
account to prevent PG&E from with- No blame or liability has yet been contact conrad@smcl.org. San Mateo Rotary Fun Run. 9
a.m., Seal Point Park, J. Hart
Continued from page 1 holding any piece or not following assigned yet the suit raises questions Friends of the Menlo Park Clinton Drive, next to Ryder Park,
through on its promise. about PG&E’s conduct, possible negli- Library Book Fair. 10 a.m. to 2 San Mateo. Rain or shine. Proceeds
p.m. Menlo Park Library lawn, 800 provide scholarships for local high
The suit argues that, without such an gence and if it violated state law. school students. Participants receive
Although Dare is not a property owner Alma St., Menlo Park. Books priced
order, PG&E will use the funds “to pay For several weeks in August and as low as $.50, with most under $2. a T-shirt and goody bag. 5K: $25,
or left homeless, Audet said he is indica- down its litigation costs and to otherwise September, Glenview Park residents For more information call 330- 10K $30, Kid’s Run: $5 (No T-
tive of the wide range of clients and sto- 2521. shirt). For more information visit
reduce its pending legal claims.” smelled gas, the suit alleges. The suit www.active.com.
ries he expects to be included in this suit If PG&E refuses, they are proving the also states that PG&E did not follow Whooping Cough Vaccine Clinic.
against Pacific Gas and Electric. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Health 47th annual Bonsai Exhibit. 10
fund was “just a PR move,” Audet said. through on a planned $5 million high- Administration Building, Room a.m. to 5 p.m. San Mateo Gardeners
“Basically, the way I look at it, is all “The best thing they can do right now priority project in 2009 to repair and 100, 225 37th Ave., San Mateo. Association Hall, 503 E. Fifth Ave.,
residents of San Bruno potentially have Free. For more information visit San Mateo. Free. Guests can get
for people is to say yes, we committed to replace sections of the 62-year-old gas their trees checked and advice given
some impact,” Audet said. smhealth.org/pertussis.
this, put it into an account and immedi- line. from many experts. For more infor-
Not every resident has significant mation call Jo Witt at 342-0493.
ately start reimbursing people,” Audet “Instead, the $5 million was spent on Free Kids Carnival. 10 a.m. to 2
financial damage claims but taken p.m. First Baptist Church of San
said. executive bonuses and PG&E requested Mateo, 787 Walnut St., San Carlos.
Microsoft Excel Basics. 11 a.m.
together they represent a class action for PG&E spokesman Paul Moreno said Half Moon Bay Library, 620
four additional years from the California Free. For more information call Correas St., Half Moon Bay. Learn
which PG&E is liable, he said. he isn’t aware of the company being 593-8001. basic Excel techniques, such as
Public Utility Commission to complete
On Sept. 13, PG&E announced its served yet so could not address the suit’s Disaster Preparedness Day. 10
working with columns.
the repair project,” the suit alleges.
$100 million “Rebuild San Bruno” merits. a.m. to 2 p.m., United States Second Annual BelMateo
Aside from being negligent and liable, Geological Survey, 345 Middlefield
which doled out $3 million to the city of As of Friday, PG&E had distributed Community Street Party. 12:30
the suit claims the disaster caused both a Road, Menlo Park. Get your family p.m. to 2 p.m. Open Door Church of
San Bruno and gives residents checks in 500 $1,000 prepaid debit cards on top of ready for fire, earthquake and flood. San Mateo, 4150 Picadilly Lane,
public and private nuisance. Emergency kit and disaster plan
increments of $15,000, $25,000 or the city payment and had begun handing instructions. Free hot dogs and
San Mateo. Come out for a celebra-
tion street party including free food,
$50,000 to cover expenses like housing out the checks, he said. admission. For more information live blues and activities for the kids.
and insurance deductibles. Several investigations are under way call Office of Emergency Services For more information contact bel-
Michelle Durand can be reached by e-mail: 363-4790. mateobowl.com.
Residents did not need to waive future in the Sept. 9 explosion and fire caused michelle@smdailyjournal.com or by phone:
claims to receive funds. by a gas leak that caused an estimated (650) 344-5200 ext. 102. Beautiful, Vital, Fragile Exhibit at Network for Healthy California
Filoli Fine Art Photography and Vision Y Compromiso. Noon
Exhibit. 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Filoli to 4 p.m. Chavez Supermarket, 46
Gardens, 86 Canada Road, Fifth Ave., Redwood City. This
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at the vigil knew the mother and daughter,
who made and kept friends easily and lived
a life many said served as an example.
Woodside. An exhibit of 22 Fine Art
Photographs which highlight the
variety and beauty of wildlife in the
Bay Area. Free for members, adult
$15, seniors $12, students $5, free
event helps empower Latinos to
make healthy, active living a priori-
ty with activities including sam-
pling delicious Latino recipes using
healthier cooking methods. Free.
Two other women died in the explosion for children under four. For more For more information visit red-
that occurred just behind the home of the information call 364-8300. woodcity.org.
Monsignor Michael Harriman told Greigs. Three people were missing — all South San Francisco Day in the Artist Reception Sunday. 1 p.m. to
those in attendance that Janessa Greig, as members of the Bullis family, who lived Park. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Orange 4 p.m. 1870 Ralston Ave., Belmont.
student body president, had a role in just yards from the source of the blast. Memorial Park, Orange Avenue and Come enjoy Nicolai Larsen’s paint-
Tennis Drive, South San Francisco. ings of his Mexican excursion. For
choosing “don’t stop believing” as the A vigil for Jessica Morales, 20, hap- Arts and crafts, community booths, more information contact Bob
school motto for the year. pened Friday, with a funeral service set for kids activities, car show and more. Wilkinson at 347 8367.
“So I say to all of you here today, as you Saturday. Free. For more information call
are struggling with this horrific tragedy, She was with her boyfriend Joseph
don’t stop believing,” he said. Ruigomez when the explosion ripped his La Honda Winery Wine Tasting.
Friends said Jacqueline Greig’s devo- house apart. He escaped and remained in 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. La Honda Winery,
2645 Fair Oaks Ave., Redwood
tion to family was reflected in the achieve- critical condition. City. Please join us as we taste
ments of her daughter Janessa, who was Elizabeth Torres, 81, lived next door to through our current releases and
From top left, Elizabeth Torres, Jessica celebrate the arrival of grapes from
remembered by her classmates at the vigil the Greigs in a house she had occupied for the 2010 vintage. LHW Wine Club
as friendly, focused and dedicated to her Morales,Jacqueline and Janessa Greig. the past 40 years. When the pipeline Members and two guests for free.
faith. exploded, Torres, a mother of nine chil- All others $10 per person. For more
volunteer with the Society for the information call 366-4104.
The girl with a big smile also found dren, was with a daughter she lived with
time to write for the school paper, act in Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. and one who was visiting. The two daugh- La Nebbia Winery Craft Fair and
the drama club, play the piano, take tradi- “She was wise beyond her years,” ters and a son-in-law survived and were Wine Tasting. 11:30 a.m. to 4:30
Medina-Campos said. p.m. La Nebbia Winery, 12341 San
tional Mexican folk dancing classes and recovering from severe burns in a hospital. Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. There
will be food, arts and crafts, jewelry
and wine tasting available. Free.
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Along with the CHP officer, multiple
drivers who were unaware of the inci-
dent struck the bodies with their vehi-
there’s a fatality so we know where this
person was, if friends or family knew
where she was or if someone saw her at
Lion Dance Performance. 12:15
p.m. to 1:15 p.m. Ming’s, 1700
Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto.
Celebrate Lunar August Moon
Festival Day and join us for an
cles, officials said. Both White and the a bar,” he said. entertaining performance by The
other victim, Steve Pereira, 26, were The CHP is asking anyone with infor- Young Lion Dancers. For more
The force of the impact threw the pair pronounced dead at the scene. information call 856-7700.
into the northbound lanes of the high- mation on White’s whereabouts on
Officers believe Pereira had stopped Paws and Claws Wildlife Show. 1
way, Montiel said, where a CHP car then and exited his vehicle to see if White Saturday night or early Sunday morning p.m. Coyote Point Museum 1651
struck White’s body. was all right. to contact Officers Kylle Rose or Kody Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo.
Lizana at 369-6261, ext. 341. Come to the Wildlife Theatre and
The officer that hit White had been Investigators believe White may have learn about Coyote Point Museum’s
responding to reports of a crash that been driving under the influence of alco- Anyone who witnessed or knows non-releasable animals. Free with
someone who witnessed the accident is admission which starts at $4. For
matched the description of her car, hol due to the smell of her car, and want more information visit coyoteptmu-
which had been reported at about 2:51 to determine where she had been prior to also encouraged to contact those offi- seum.org.
a.m. as driving the wrong direction on the crash, Montiel said. cers.
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Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010 PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) - Focus your efforts things that
have possibilities for growth. You’re in an especially good
More than a few beneficial opportunities could develop for
cycle for developing a project that could expand considerably.
you in the year ahead, but on top of that, something you alter
will turn out to be better than you ever dared hoped it could ARIES (March 21-April 19) - You can reap some substantial
be. All will turn out to better your life considerably. benefits by helping someone who is on the track to something
quite profitable but doesn’t know how to monetize it. Show
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - Your judgment regarding certain
him/her the way, and you can win as well.
people you meet will be very keen and even fortunate. They
might be the very people who can help you develop an idea or TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - Continue to be optimistic, even
something very important to you. if you feel you haven’t done anything to cause a big dream
to be realized. Something is about to happen that might help
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) - Double-check your ideas or
you do so.
sources if you have been looking for some new ways to
expand your marketability. There is a good chance you might GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -Recognition and/or other com-
discover exactly what you’re looking for. mensurate rewards for your past achievements which have
thus far been denied you aren’t likely to be held back any
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) - Do not turn down any social
longer. Change is on the wing.
invitation you get, especially if it can offer some possibilities
for meeting new people. You could make a new friend who CANCER (June 21-July 22) - Treat any flashes of inspiration
will be very lucky for you. you get with respect, because you could possibly conceive
something that would be far superior to anything you’ve ever
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) -Money and relatives can
come up with in the past.
actually make a favorable mix, as far as you’re concerned.
There is a possibility that some kind of opportunity could LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - Carefully and deliberately observe
develop through a family connection. the methods and techniques used by a successful associate.
You might be able to adapt what you learn to your own cir-
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - Pay particular attention to
cumstances and/or ideas.
merchandise that comes from distant places. You might find
exactly what you’re looking for. Sudoku
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) - Your material prospects are
exceptionally encouraging at this point in time. Something answers
might suddenly break open for you that can produce returns
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26 Weekend • Sept. 18-19, 2010 THE DAILY JOURNAL

203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices Drabble Drabble Drabble
CASE# CIV 496284
Petitioner, Michelle M. Pierce filed a peti-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of San Bruno City Council tion with this court for a decree changing
("City Council") will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, September 28, name as follows:
2010 at 7:00 P.M. at the San Bruno Senior Center, 1555 Crystal Present name: Codey Ryan Syverson-
Springs Blvd., San Bruno, CA to consider and act upon a proposed Proposed name: Codey Ryan Pierce
amendment to the Planned Development District (P-D) located at THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
2000 Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno, commonly known as interested in this matter shall appear be-
Crystal Springs Terrace Apartments. (This item was rescheduled fore this court at the hearing indicated
from the September 14, 2010 meeting that was cancelled due to below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
the Glenview Fire Incident) tition for change of name should not be
granted. Any person objecting to the
Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Over the Hedge
Description: name changes described above must file
The City Council will consider a request for an amendment to a Devel- a written objection that includes the rea-
opment Plan, a Planned Development Permit, and an Architectural sons for the objection at least two court
Review Permit to allow the construction of a new recreation and leas- days before the matter is scheduled to
ing building and conversion of the existing recreation building into four be heard and must appear at the hearing
apartments per Sections 12.96.190(J), 12.96.190(K), and 12.108 of to show cause why the petition should
not be granted. If no written objection is
the San Bruno Municipal Code. RSS Architecture (Applicant) Crystal timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
Springs Associates, LLC (Owner). PD-09-003, PDP-09-001 and AR- tion without a hearing.
09-005. A HEARING on the petition shall be held
Environmental Determination: on October 6, 2010, at 9 a.m., Dept. PJ,
Categorical Exemption Room 2C at 400 County Center, Red-
Zoning: P-D (Planned Development) wood City, CA 94063.
A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall
Copies of the proposed modified Development Plan, Planned Devel- be published at least once each week for
opment Permit, and Architectural Review for Crystal Springs Terrace four successive weeks prior to the date
are available for public review and inspection at the San Bruno Com- set for hearing on the petition in the fol-
munity Development Department Office and City Clerk's Office locat- lowing newspaper of general circulation:
ed at 567 El Camino Real in San Bruno, between the hours of 8:00 The Daily Journal, San Mateo County
a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, exclusive of holidays. Filed: August 16, 2010
/s/ Stephen Hall /
Agenda packets, which include staff reports and other pertinent docu-
ments for the City Council meeting, will be available after 3:00 p.m. on
Judge of the Superior Court
Dated: 08/16/2010
203 Public Notices 296 Appliances 302 Antiques
September 24, 2010 at the City Clerk’s Office and can be viewed on- (Published 09/04/2010, 09/11/2010, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME MINI FRIDGE - 34 inches high, runs well, EDISON MODEL B STANDARD + 20
line at www.sanbruno.ca.gov . 09/18/2010, 09/25/2010) STATEMENT #240624 $85., (650)355-2996 Cylinders oak case - Serviced yearly,
The following person is doing business beautiful, $550/obo, (650)344-6565
The complete plans are also available online at as: Acupressure Health Center, 119 Park
http://www.sanbruno.ca.gov/developments.html Blvd., Millbrae, CA 94010 is hereby reg- MINI-FRIDGE - 32" tall; White Kenmore ENGLISH ARMOIRE with stand. Bought
istered by the following owner: Xueqin $70. Call (650)229-4735 for $415. Sacrifice for $330.
Interested persons may submit written comments on the proposed Xiao, 54 Tioga Ave., San Francisco, CA (650)771-1888
amendment to the Development Plan, Planned Development Permit,
NOTICE OF 94134. The business is conducted by an
PUBLIC HEARING Individual. The registrants commenced to PORTABLE GE Dishwasher, excellent
and Architectural Review Permit for Crystal Springs Terrace to the transact business under the FBN on condition $75 OBO, (650)583-0245 303 Electronics
City Clerk, 567 El Camino Real, San Bruno, CA 94066, prior to 5:00 09/01/2010.
p.m. on September 28, 2010 for consideration at the City Council NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- /s/ Xueqin Xiao / RADIATOR HEATER, oil filled, electric, 32 INCH Sony TV SOLD!
hearing. If you challenge the above request in court, you may be limit- This statement was filed with the Asses- 1500 watts $25. (650)504-3621
EN THAT ON TUESDAY, sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo 46” MITSUBISHI Projector TV, great
ed to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the pub- SEPTEMBER 28, 2010, County on 08/26/10. (Published in the REFRIDGERATOR SIDE-BY-SIDE, ice
lic hearing described in this notice or in written correspondence deliv- condition. $400. (650)261-1541.
San Mateo Daily Journal, 09/11/10, & water originally $1500, selling $100.,
ered to the City Council at, or prior to, the public hearing. AT 7:00 P.M. IN THE 09/18/10, 09/25/10, 10/02/10). (650)756-6778
SHOP VACUUM 5 gallons with extra fil- game cartridges $50., (650)592-5591
At the time and place noted above, all persons interested in the above CIL CHAMBERS, 621 ters $15. (650)949-2134
matter may appear and be heard. Please call (650) 616-7074 with MAGNOLIA AVENUE, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
JVC DVD cd player $25. (650)834-4926
any questions. STATEMENT #240859 SHOP VACUUM rigid brand 3.5 horse
MILLBRAE, CA, THE The following person is doing business power 9 gallon wet/dry $40. (650)591- JVC VHS recorder - Like new, $15.,
MILLBRAE CITY COUN- as: Ivy Advantage, 1025 Harrison Ave., 2393 (650)367-8949
/s/ Carol Bonner, Redwood City, CA 94062 is hereby reg-
San Bruno City Clerk CIL WILL CONDUCT A istered by the following owner: Ghassan MAGNOVOX 32” TV - excellent cond.,
September 17, 2010 STOVE TOP 4 burners with electric grill
PUBLIC HEARING ON Mazen Elmashni, same address. The commercial grade $50., (650)756-6778 refurbished, $100.obo., (650)260-2664
business is conducted by an Individual.
Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, September 18, 2010.
THE FOLLOWING APPLI- The registrants commenced to transact MICRO TEK scanner/copier - excellent
CATIONS: business under the FBN on 10/13/10. VACUUM CLEANER heavy duty like condition, $15., (650)368-0748
/s/ Ghassan Mazen Elmashni / new $45. (650)878-9542
This statement was filed with the Asses- PANASONIC COLOR tv with Vhs combo
1. 7A SPRING VALLEY sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo WEBER GRILL - Never used! Porcelain 20 inches like new $70. 650-347-9920
LANE (MUFARREH): County on 09/09/10. (Published in the enamel bowl and lid, 22-1/2” with ash PHILIPS VCR pus VHS HQ 4head hi-fi
San Mateo Daily Journal, 09/11/10, catcher. SOLD!
RESIDENTIAL DESIGN 09/18/10, 09/25/10, 10/02/10). like new San Mateo. SOLD!
REVIEW to allow construct
of a new single-family 297 Bicycles PHILLIPS VCR plus vhs-hu 4 head Hi-Fi
110 Employment 180 Businesses For Sale FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME like new, $35. (650)341-5347
dwelling of approximately STATEMENT #240877 BICYCLE WICKER BASKET -quality PROSCAN VCR plus VHS HQ with re-
3,300 sq. ft. on a vacant The following person is doing business thick weave, never used, $25. obo, mote San Mateo $50. (650)341-5347
REDWOOD CITY - Al’s Fish & Chips. as: R.G. Dental Studio, 1 S. Lindon Ave. (650)260-2664
NEWSPAPER INTERNS Newer equipment, great foot traffic & loy- lot. (Kenneth Chin (650) Ste. 6, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA SAMSUNG COLOR tv 27 inches good
al returning customers make this a great
JOURNALISM opportunity for a new business owner to 259-2336) 94080 is hereby registered by the follow-
ing owner: Raul Guillan, 26 Center St.,
MENS MOUNTAIN bike 26 inch new 18 condition $90. 650-347-9920
The Daily Journal is looking for in- mold this business into their own. speed $99. 919-740-4336 San Mateo
terns to do entry level reporting, re- REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. The busi- SANIO CASETTE/RECORDER 2 way
$79,000., (650)219-0677
search, updates of our ongoing fea- 2. 7B SPRING VALLEY ness is conducted by an Individual. The
298 Collectibles Radio - $95.obo, call for more details,
registrants commenced to transact busi- (650)290-1960
tures and interviews. Photo interns al-
201 Personals LANE (MUFARREH): ness under the FBN on
so welcome. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN 49ER REPORT issues '85-'87 $35/all,
/s/ Raul E. Guillen / SONY RADIO cassette recorder $15
This statement was filed with the Asses- (650)592-2648
We expect a commitment of four to REVIEW to allow construc- sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
black good condition. (650)345-1111
eight hours a week for at least four FUN WOMAN WAITS! tion of a new single-family
SF, 23 yrs. Loves FUN, County on 09/10/10. (Published in the TEKNIKA VCR HQ $40. (650)341-5347
months. The internship is unpaid, but
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- romantic dinners, sweet dwelling of approximately San Mateo Daily Journal, 09/11/10, BAY MEADOW coffee mug in box $10.
TV - Big Screen, $70., ok
09/18/10, 09/25/10, 10/02/10). (650)345-1111
terns have progressed in time into talk & flowers. 4,600 sq. ft. on a vacant condition,(650)367-1350
paid correspondents and full-time re- Affectionate guy a +.
porters. Lets talk soon. lot. (Kenneth Chin (650) CARNIVAL GLASS WATER PITCHER -
Call me NOW! 256-2336) FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME beautiful design, $25., leave message
304 Furniture
College students or recent graduates 650.288.4271 STATEMENT #240933
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper Must be 18+. The following person is doing business 3 PIECE COFFEE TABLE SET: $100.
At the time of the hearing, as: Geeks Vs. Geeks, 826 Columbia Cir- CLASSICAL, OPERA dvds (200), al- (650)787-8219
experience is preferred but not neces- most new, and (100) CD’s, $3,000 all,
cle, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94065 is
sarily required. all interested persons are hereby registered by the following own- (650)233-0111 3 TIERED stainless rolling cart gently
Please send a cover letter describing invited to appear and be ers: Patricia Muniosguren Yulo. The used $100 firm, (650)341-0418
203 Public Notices business is conducted by an Individual. COLORIZED TERRITORIAL quarters (5
your interest in newspapers, a resume heard. For further informa- The registrants commenced to transact pieces) uncirculated $18/all. (408)249- 46" ROUND dining table $90. Call
and three recent clips. Before you ap- tion or to review the file and 3858
ply, you should familiarize yourself business under the FBN on (650)430-4884
with our publication. Our Web site: STATEMENT #240850 application, please contact This statement was filed with the Asses- DANCING FIGURINE by Bradley Dolls - ANTIQUE SOLID oak end table, marble
www.smdailyjournal.com. the Millbrae Community Musical, plays “If You Love Me”, 8 1/2 “
The following person is doing business sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo top, carved door $50. (650)342-7568
as: Sivas Homecare Provider, 485 Hun- Services Department at County on 09/14/10. (Published in the tall, $20., (650)518-0813
Send your information via e-mail to BEACH CHAIRS (5) $5/each. (650)592-
tington Ave., San Bruno, CA 94066 is San Mateo Daily Journal, 09/18/10,
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg-
hereby registered by the following owner:
621 Magnolia Avenue, Mill- 09/25/10, 10/02/10, 10/09/10). GLASSES 6 sets redskins, good condi- 2648
ular mail to 800 S. Claremont St #210,
San Mateo CA 94402. Elisiva Latu, same address. The busi- brae; telephone (650) 259- tion never used $30/all. (650)345-1111
BLACK LEATHER office chair with 5
ness is conducted by an Individual. The 2341; or contact the project NOTICE OF APPLICATION HISTORY BOOK of "Superbowls by the rollers $25. (650)871-5078
registrants commenced to transact busi- planner as indicated above. TO SELL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES bay" game 1-18, $35., (650)592-2648
ness under the FBN on Date of Filing Application: 09/15/2010 CABINET - Real wood, $70.,
/s/ Elisiva Latu / If anyone wishes to chal- To Whom It May Concern: (650)367-1350
REWARDING PART TIME work with ex- This statement was filed with the Asses- lenge in court the action The Name(s) of the applicant(s) is/are: JACK TASHNER signed ball $25. Ri-
CHAIR, IKEA. Very Good cond. Recliner
change students and host families. Per- chard (650)834-4926
fect for community involved people seek- sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo taken on the above re- THIEVES MARKET LLC shaped, flexible. Lt brown wood on can-
County on 09/08/10. (Published in the The applicant(s) listed above are apply-
ing supplemental income. Outreach and
San Mateo Daily Journal, 09/11/10,
quest, he/she may do so. ing to Department of Alcoholic Beverage JOE MONTANA cover photo, '85 "in vas 26-1/2"x38”x29" $15. 650-704-2497.
recruitment, networking and people skills However, the challenger Control to sell alcoholic beverages at: flight" magazine, $30, (650)341-8342
necessary. Call 1(866)534-5399 09/18/10, 09/25/10, 10/02/10). 1602 S. EL CAMINO REAL
www.AYUSA.org may be limited to raising SAN MATEO, CA 94402-3024
OAKLAND A'S bobble head dolls 80's CHANDELIER WITH 5 lights/ candela-
only those issues consid- (2) $15/each or $25/all in box. (408)249- bre base with glass shades $20.
Type of license applied for: 3858 (650)504-3621
SALES/MARKETING STATEMENT #240412 ered at the public hearing - Eating Place
INTERNSHIPS The following person is doing business described in this notice, or POSTER - framed photo of President COFFEE TABLE - $60., (650)367-1350
San Mateo Daily Journal Wilson and Chinese Junk $25 cash,
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking as: Pistol Pete’s Hot Dogs, 657 Walnut raised in written corre- Sept. 18, 25, Oct. 2, 2010.
for ambitious interns who are eager to (650)755-8238 COFFEE TABLE - Square, oak Coffee
St., SAN BRUNO, CA 94066 is hereby Table w/leather top, $30. (650)771-1888
jump into the business arena with both registered by the following owner: Peter spondence delivered to the
SALEM CHINA - 119 pieces from 50’s.
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs Reese, same address. The business is City Council at, or prior to, 210 Lost & Found Good condition, $225., appraised at
of the newspaper and media industries.
This position will provide valuable
conducted by an Individual. The regis- the public hearing. $800., (650)345-3450. COFFEE TABLE light brown lots of stor-
trants commenced to transact business FOUND SONY Power Shot digital cam- age good condition $65. (650)867-2720
experience for your bright future.
under the FBN on Angela Louis, City Clerk era, July 14th at Fox School in Belmont. SWATCH WATCH '86 Worlds Fair.
Fax resume (650)344-5290
email info@smdailyjournal.com /s/ Peter Reese / 9/18/10 (650)593-9294 Like New w/receipt $85, (650)591-6596
This statement was filed with the Asses- CNS-1946350# COFFEE TABLE SQUARE shaped.
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo LOST: CAMERA in case. Burlingame VASE - with tray, grey with red flowers, Lightweight, 28”x28x19" includes large
SAN MATEO DAILY perfect condition, $30., (650)345-1111 storage space, $11 650-704-2497
124 Caregivers County on 09/12/2010. (Published in the
Avenue / Washington Park area. Lost
Saturday, July 31 around 1pm. Bummed
San Mateo Daily Journal, 09/04/10, VICTORIAN VICTON talking machine-
09/11/10, 09/18/10, 09/25/10). about losing camera; mostly bummed 1910, works and looks fine, $650., COMPUTER DESK - $70., (650)367-
CAREGIVER about losing family photos in camera. If
found, please call Joe, (650) 867-6652
(650)579-7020 1350
I have 3 years experience, CURIO CABINET, Hand tooled lighted
will live-in. Help with bath- 300 Toys Curio cabinet Blonde. 5.5" X 23" X 1.5"
ing, ADL’sm cooking, light SCOOTER "STREET SURFER" $30
$98. San Mateo. 650-619-9932
housekeeping, transporta- The following person is doing business PAINTING "jack vettriano" Portland gal- obo never used, (650)349-6059 DESK 60”w 28”h 30” d, two shelf exten-
tion and medicine reminders FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME lery 26 x 33. $65. (650)345-1111. sion 4 drawers $60 (650)364-7777.
as: S.F. Flooring Group, 701 San Mateo
(650)533-9106 Ave., SAN BRUNO, CA 94066 is hereby STATEMENT #240621
PICTURE WITH Frame Jack Vettriano
302 Antiques
registered by the following owner: Jeffrey The following person is doing business DESK, EXTRA LONG. LIKE new. Brown
as: Kemco, 2305 Hillside Drive, Burlin- with light attached $100. (650)867-2720 ANTIQUE SOLID mahogany knick-knack wood .5 drawers; 2 sliding doors.
Scott Fisher, 140 Elmwood Ct., SAN
BRUNO, and Rain Stogden, same ad- game, CA 94010 is hereby registered by or bookshelf with 4 small drawers, good 18"x28"x72"$18. 650-704-2497
FAMILY RESOURCE dress. The business is conducted by a the following owner: Kirkland E. Heath- 296 Appliances condition, $95. 650-726-5200
GUIDE General Partnership. The registrants cote, same address. The business is
The San Mateo Daily Journal’s conducted by an Individual. The regis- AIR CONDITIONER - slider model for ANTIQUE STROMBERG – Carlson ra- DINING TABLE with 4 chairs with leaf
commenced to transact business under trants commenced to transact business light wood 42 x 34 $99. (650)341-1645
twice-a-week resource guide for the FBN on N/A. narrow windows, 10k BTU, excellent dio Floor modelm $75., needs new tubs,
children and families. under the FBN on 01/20/1997. condition, $100., (650)212-7020 RWC, Photo by email: kennjc@aol.com,
Every Tuesday & Weekend /s/ Scott Fisher / /s/ Kirkland E. Heathcote / DIRECTORS TYPE CHAIR with leather
This statement was filed with the Asses- (650)592-5591
This statement was filed with the Asses- seat, $35., (650)355-2996
Look for it in today’s paper to sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
find information on family County on 09/02/2010. (Published in the KENMORE DISHWASHER, almond, CHINA CABINET - Vintage, 6 foot,
County on 08/26/10. (Published in the works great. SOLD!
resources in the local area, San Mateo Daily Journal, 09/04/10, San Mateo Daily Journal, 09/11/10, solid mahogany. $300/obo.
including childcare. (650)867-0379 DRAFTING TABLE 30 x 42' with side
09/11/10, 09/18/10, 09/25/10). 09/18/10, 09/25/10, 10/02/10). UPRIGHT FREEZER - like new, SOLD! tray. excellent cond $75. (650)949-2134
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610 Crossword Puzzle 610 Crossword Puzzle 610 Crossword Puzzle 306 Housewares 311 Musical Instruments 379 Open Houses
OVEN ROASTING PAN WITH RACK. 2 ORGANS, antique tramp, $500 for
New, non stick, large, never used $55., both. (650)342-4537
Los Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle (650)341-0418
GLOCKENSPIEL- very beautiful, $100.,
(650)755-9833 FOSTER
Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Nichols Lewis REVEREWARE, 1,3.4 qt. pots, 5",7"
KEYBOARD CASIO 3 ft long $50.
1 “Get going!”
8 Touching game
9 Fake it
33 Outside: Pref.
35 Aurora’s
49 Small tool case
50 Great
pans, stainless steel w/copper bottoms,
excellent cond., $60/all. (650)577-0604
VASE - beautiful butterfly design, gold

316 Clothes
color, perfect cond, $25., (650)867-2720
9 Bantam 10 Pass counterpart achievement BLACK LEATHER MOTORCYCLE
15 Consort of
Gustav I
11 Little sucker
12 You usually can’t
37 Three abroad 51 Tambo Colorado 307 Jewelry & Clothing
MURANO GLASS bracelet from Italy
JACKET - Large, water proof, new,
$35., (650)342-7568 1061 Beach
42 Shooter’s target builder
16 Like many barber walk to one 44 Literally, “for this” 52 Mg. and kg.
various shades of red and blue artfully
designed $100. (650)991-2353
MENS "BASS" black loafers like new
size 12D $35. (650)868-0436 Park Blvd
shops 13 Ger.
17 “Beats me” 14 Computer
45 Petulant 53 “Frontline” airer SMALL JEWELRY cabinet - 17” H, 12”
W, 2 glass doors, plus 2 drawers, very
MENS SLACKS - 8 pairs, $50., Size
36/32, (408)420-5646 #312
46 Laura of “ER” 54 Noon indicator pretty, $35., (650)592-2648 PINK LADIES hospital volunteer jacket
19 Bulbs in the filename ending like new washed once Medium $10
47 “That’s not good!” 55 Chess champion WOMAN’S PEARL NECKLACE - ivory
kitchen 18 Utah County city
48 Old man of the who succeeded
& blue cultured, blue pearl collar, 10
strands, 18”, $40., (650)834-2804
RWC. (650)868-0436
20 Speed 21 Moe, for one SCRUBS - Medical, woman’s, Size L,
21 Wins approval 22 “The Spirit” sea Botvinnik pretty prints, excellent condition, $9. ea, 1 - 4 pm
308 Tools 5 pairs of pants $6. ea.(650)290-1960
23 Fellow comics writer Will
24 Contraction of a 23 Emotionally
drive 20-150 LBS reversible all chrome
SOCCER CLEATS - 3 pair, size 6,7 & 8,
$10. each, (650)679-9359 Completely renovated
sort therapeutic
$40. 650-595-3933 this rare top floor unit
317 Building Materials
CRAFTSMAN 16” SCROLL SAW - with ceiling
25 Botanical opening episode good condition, $85., (650)591-4710 DOUBLE PANED GLASS WINDOWS -
various sizes, half moon, like new, $10.
3/2 Condo, 4 deeded
27 “Oh, sure!” 25 Convince using HAND SAWS - $5/each 3 total. Daly and up, (650)756-6778 parking spaces.
31 Italian classic flattery City, call for details, (415)333-8540
Located in one of the
34 Many a Middle 26 Badge material PRESSURE WASHER 2500 PSI, good 318 Sports Equipment
condition, $350., (650)926-9841 most prestigious and
Easterner 27 “God’s Other 2 GOLF CLUBS - Ladies, right handed,
SPEEDAIR AIR COMPRESSOR - 4 gal- putter & driver $5/each (650)755-8238
36 Reservation Son” radio host lon stack tank air compressor $100., complexes.
(650)591-4710 BROWN LEATHER GOLF BAG with 11
opening 28 Swing time? golf clubs, $65/all, (650)592-2648
TABLE SAW 10", very good condition
38 Arrives at 29 Flammable gas $85. (650) 787-8219 GOLD'S GYM - GT2000Power Tower +
39 Vaulter’s target 30 Bright swimmers Instructions as new, asking $100/obo,
40 Before, before 32 “O, swear not by 309 Office Equipment
41 Cast ... the fickle moon CALCULATOR - Casio, still in box, new,
KAYAK - Necky Looksha 4 model, 17 ft.,
53 lbs, $1,000. (650)394-4243
43 Gasteyer of “SNL” ... __ that thy love
$25., (650)867-2720
DELL ALL IN ONE COLOR PRINTER ladies, medium, good condition, $45.,
44 Main call prove likewise SCANNER with 4 extra ink cartridges, (650)728-5978 List your Open House
$40. obo., (650)290-1960 in the Daily Journal.
45 Points at dinner variable”: “Romeo WOODEN TENNIS RACKET '50's or
47 In the habit of and Juliet” LADIES SWIVEL ADJUSTABLE office older "C"Hemold $25., (650)868-0436
09/18/10 desk chair, burgundy upholstery with Reach over 82,500
xwordeditor@aol.com potential home buyers &
50 Big fan black frame, never used, $35/obo, exc.
322 Garage Sales
cond. ,(650)260-2664 renters a day,
52 “And afterward?” from South San Francisco
56 Explosive solvent,
as it was formerly
OFFICE LAMP - new in box, $35/obo,
(650)303-3568 SAN MATEO to Palo Alto.
in your local newspaper.
called OFFICE LAMP brand new $8. (650)345-
3938 Donner St. Call (650)344-5200
57 Some tiny rods
and spheres 310 Misc. For Sale Sept. 18th & 19th
58 Funny bit 2 "HUFFY Tundra" Bicycles Male & Fe-
male $100/each. Denise (650)589-2893
9am-3pm 380 Real Estate Services
59 Versatile auxiliary Lots of kids clothes
2 LIGHT fixture shades - vintage, 1960’s,
wind-catcher boys & girls
square ceiling glass shades, 11”X11”x1”,
original beauty, $15. (650)347-5104 (baby-3 T),
maternity clothes,
1 Word with run or
BARBIE DOLL - 36" my size Barbie doll,
fully dressed, $35., (650)583-5233
BETTY BOOP Women's perfume in box
Furniture, toys, DVDs,
kitchen items & lots
jump $10. (408)249-3858 more! Bank Foreclosures.
2 “No way!” BLUE BACK disc never used in box $400,000+
3 Regardless of the
$15. (408)249-3858
Free list with
consequences BOOKS - 10 @ $3. ea., or all for $25., THE THRIFT SHOP pictures.
(650)341-1861 WE’RE OPEN! PeninsulaRealEstate.info
4 “Star Trek” Lots of new merchandise!
character __ CHARCOAL BBQ like new with cover Thursday & Friday 10:00-2:00 Free recorded message
and extended holder $55. (650)347-9920 Saturdays 10:00-3:00
Episcopal Church 1(800)754-0569
DOG CAGE/GORILLA - folding ID# 2042
1 South El Camino Real
5 Poem with the large dog cage good condition, 2 door
San Mateo 94401
with tray, $75.,(650)355-8949 Dolphin RE
line “Who (650)344-0921
ETAGER over the toilet water tank - wal-
intimately lives nut, $25., San Mateo, (650)341-5347
6 Pen emission condition from Bombay store discontin-
ued, SOLD!
7 Stats for QBs By Robert H. Wolfe A HOME!
(c)2010 Tribune Media Services, Inc.
JANET EVANOVICH BOOKS - 4 hard- Personal Service
backs @ $3.ea., 4 paperbacks @ $1. Margaret Dowd
315 Wanted to Buy 315 Wanted to Buy 304 Furniture
ea., (650)341-1861
112 Howard Ave. Bus: (650)794-9858
Cell: (650)400-9714
KARASTAN AREA RUG - 5’ X 3’, 100% Lic# 01250058
new. Circular. Light brown 'felt like' mate-
all wool, thick pile with fringe, solid color
beige, very clean, $60., (650)347-5104 Saturday
rial. $6.Call cell: 650-704-2497
KITTY LITTER container plastic with Sept. 18
swinging door and handle $13. (650)592-
9 am - 3 pm 381 Homes for Sale
PATIO TABLE with 4 chairs includes IN THE heart of Belmont, close to all
umbrella with stand all metal $80/all LOUNGE CHAIRS - 2 new, with cover & Household items, amenities, and low HOA. 2 Bedroom, 2
OBO, (650)367-8949 plastic carring case & headrest, $35.
each, (650)592-7483
DVD’s/Videos & records, bath condo, move-in condition! Available
for purchase. Please contact:
ROCKING CHAIR white with gold trim some furniture, glass & Realestate@charihome.com or call
excel cond $100. 650-755-9833 MASSAGE KIT $18 in original box , misc. collectibles. 408-857-4454 for showings and details.
(650)368-3037 Priced at $449,950 this is an incredible
ROLL-A-WAY SUPERB, wood book-
case/entertainment center $70. deal!
MERCHANT MARINE, framed forecastle
(415)585-3622 card, signed by Captain Angrick '70. 13 x
SHELVING - 2000 square foot of shelv-
17 inches $35 cash. (650)755-8238 440 Apartments
ing, $500. obo, (650)212-6666 PICNIC COOLER with utensils and small GARAGE SALES BELMONT - prime, quiet location, view,
TABLE & CHAIR SET - new, perfect
condition, $475., (650)638-1285
plates and wine cups. still in wrapper
$20/all. (408)249-3858 ESTATE SALES 1 bedroom $1250, 2 bedrooms $1425.
New carpets, dishwasher, balcony, cov-
Make money, make room! ered carports, storage, pool, no pets.
TV STAND good condition beige lots of PICTURE FRAME - Large, $25., (650)344-8418 or (650)595-0805.
storage $40. (650)867-2720 (650)367-1350 List your upcoming garage
TWO END tables: $35 or $20 each. SALON CHAIR - hydrolic, works per- sale, moving sale, estate
fectly, black base, black leather,
$90.obo, (650)290-1960
sale, yard sale, rummage
sale, clearance sale, or
whatever sale you have...
WOODEN BOOKCASE with doors, $20.,
STAIRS 6 ft and 4 ft $90/both. 650-368-
SUIT/COAT HANGERS (14) sturdy good
in the Daily Journal. CITY
WOODEN KITCHEN China Cabinet: $99
(great condition!), (650)367-1350
quality hardwood unused $1/each or all
Reach over 82,500 readers
from South San Francisco
1 bedroom, 1 bath
San Bruno 650-588-1946 to Palo Alto. in senior complex
306 Housewares in your local newspaper.
"PRINCESS HOUSE" decorator urn
(650)367-1350 (over 55).
Call (650)344-5200
304 Furniture 304 Furniture "Vase" cream with blue flower 13 inch H
$25., (650)868-0436
Close to
Liberty Falls 11 for $30/all 3.5 to 4 inches downtown.
wood, great condition, glass doors, fits rich mahogany wood, custom glass tray, tall. (650)592-2648
large TV, 2 drawers, shelves , $100/obo. 20” x 27” X 19”H, $100., (650)347-5104 use, used 3 times, cleans great,
$35.obo, (650)260-2664
Gated entry.
(650)261-9681 VIETNAM VHS (5) documentary. good 335 Garden Equipment
HUTCH - maple finish, 4 shelves, 52 condition $15/all. (408)249-3858.
EUDUXIANA BED with headboard and
remote control. Hardly used, paid $6k
selling $1,500 OBO. (650)740-1743
inch W, $75., (650)341-1645
LARGE PICNIC table - 3’ x 8’, $25.,
BOWL - light green heavy glass swirl de-
sign bowl, great centerpiece, $25.,
WALKER - fold up, like new, has two
wheels, $20. (650)342-7568
TABLE - for plant, $20, perfect condi-
tion, (650)345-1111
Move in
door, 1 drawer, excellent condition, anti-
37 L x 19 W 9 drawers and attached mir-

CANDLEHOLDER - Gold, angel on it,

WETSUIT - Barefoot, like new, $40.,
(650)367-8949 TABLE - for plant, $20, perfect condi-
tion, (650)345-1111
tall, purchased from Brueners, originally WHEELBARROW LARGE, needs tire
que, $95. obo, (650)349-6059. ror 37 H x 36 W , $75., (650)341-1645 $100., selling for $20.,(650)867-2720 830 Main Street, RWC
repair $10. SOLD!
MATTRESS TWIN size perfect condition 345 Medical Equipment (650)367-0177
nut, framed mirrors, 29” X 22”, perfect, Oasis water cooler Hot N Cold, Durable mascot, 2 sport cups unused and collec- ALUMINUM CRUTCHES for adults ad-
each $25., pair $44., (650)344-6565 RECLINER - Beige, $40., (650)771-1888 & excellent condition,$86, (650)278-2702 tors pins $55/all. (650)591-6596 justable $30. (650)341-1861
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381 Homes for Sale 381 Homes for Sale 620 Automobiles 620 Automobiles 630 Trucks & SUV’s 650 RVs
NISSAN ‘96 Pathfinder, Excellent condi- CHEVROLET ‘03 Silverado SS- low WHISPER KING RV WATER PUMP-
AUTO AUCTION tion, 4 wheel drive. SOLD! miles, leather, CD, AWD. SOLD! new, 100 PSI 12 volt 2 GPM $70.,
The following repossessed vehi- (650)347-5104
cles are being sold by SafeAmerica
Credit Union--- 2006 BMW 325 I SCION ‘06 tC, Basic, dark gray, FORD SUV ‘99 XLT - 110K highway
#X44318, 2006 Chrysler Pacifica #9919P, $15,588. Toyota 101. Please miles, Top of the line! Very good condi-
#639869. The following repossessed mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- tion! $3,600., (650)631-1955
vehicles are being sold by Meriwest 5000 670 Auto Service
Credit Union --- 2007 GMC Sierra NISSAN ‘07 FRONTIER, SE, gray,
#618509, 2003 Mazda MPV #355367, SCION ‘07 tC, Spec, gray, #9915P, #9911P, $17,588. Toyota 101. Please
2006 Chevrolet Uplander #130692, $14,998. Toyota 101. Please mention mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- MB GARAGE, INC.
2001 Toyota Highlander #014652, the Daily Journal. (650)365-5000 5000 Repair • Restore • Sales
1999 Honda Accord #061699. Plus
over 100 late model Sport Utilities, TOYOTA ‘06 Matrix, STD, silver,
Mercedes-Benz Specialists
TOYOTA ‘06 Highlander hybrid,
Pick Ups, Mini Vans, and luxury cars -
--INDOORS---Charity donations sold.
#9767T, $12,588 Toyota 101. Please #9751T, $29,888. Toyota 101. Please 2165 Palm Ave.
mention the Daily Journal. (650)365-
Sealed bids will be taken from 8am- 5000
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San Mateo
8pm on 9/20/10 and 8am –5pm on
9/21/2010. Sale held at Forrest Faul-
TOYOTA ‘07 Camry Hybrid, basci, grey,
knor & Sons Auction Company, 175 TOYOTA ‘06 Tacoma, basic, #9800T,
Sylvester Road, South San Francisco. #9758P, $21,588 Toyota 101. Please
mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- $7,999 Toyota 101. Please mention the
For more information please visit our Daily Journal. (650)365-5000
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TOYOTA ‘07 Camry Solara, SLE, silver, TOYOTA ‘07 FJ Crusier, basic, blue,
#9548P, $22,999 Toyota 101. Please #9799T, $24,988. Toyota 101. Please 400 El Camino Real
BMW ‘06 325i - low miles, very clean, mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- (1 block north of Holly St.)
loaded, leather interior, $20,000 obo., 5000 5000 San Carlos
TOYOTA ‘07 Corolla CE, green, 9794T
TOYOTA ‘07 Tacoma, basic, white, Hours: M-F, 8a-4p, Sat. 8a-5p
CHEVROLET ‘09, Malibu, LS with ILS, $13,588. Toyota 101. Please mention #9609P $15,988. Toyota 101. Please
white, #9892P $14,588. Toyota 101. the Daily Journal. (650)365-5000 mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- See Our Coupons & Save!
Please mention the Daily Journal. 5000
(650)365-5000 TOYOTA ‘07 Prius, basic, silver,
#9801P, $17,588. Toyota 101. Please
mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- TOYOTA ‘08 Tundra 2WD truck, white, 670 Auto Parts
CHEVY ‘06 Cobolt LS 4 door teal color #9774T, $26,988, AND TOYOTA ‘08
automatic. Car facts included, 55k Mi. 5000
Tundra 2WD truck, blue, #9727T, CHEVY TAHOE 3rd row seats like new
Good condition. SOLD! $27,588. Toyota 101. Please mention
TOYOTA ‘08 Highlander, base, gray, $75 obo, (650)367-8949
the Daily Journal. (650)365-5000
CHRYSLER ‘05 ‘PT Cruiser GT, beige, #9679P, $21,885 Toyota 101. Please
$9,488. #9837T, Toyota 101. Please mention the Daily Journal. (650)365-
mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- 5000 TOYOTA ‘09 Venza V6, white, $26,988,
5000 #9536P. Toyota 101. Please mention CHEVY TRANSMISSION 4L60E Semi
the Daily Journal. (650)365-5000 used $800. (650)921-1033
TOYOTA ‘08 Prius, gray, #9691P,
DODGE ‘88 Dynasty - excellent condi- $17995. Toyota 101. Please mention
tion, low miles, $1900. (650)400-4642. the Daily Journal. (650)365-5000 TOYOTA ‘10 Venza V6, white, $29,588, FORD ‘73 Maverick/Mercury GT Comet,
#9743P. Toyota 101. Please mention Drive Train 302 V8, C4 Auto Trans.
FORD ‘06 Fusion - Red color, 4 cylin- the Daily Journal. (650)365-5000 Complete, needs assembly, includes ra-
der, 4 door, low miles, $9,000, OBO. TOYOTA ‘08 Yaris, Base, gray,
#9720P. $14,588. Toyota 101. Please diator and drive line, call for details,
(650)685-7827 $1250., (650)726-9733.
mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- TOYOTA ‘10, Tundra 2WD truck, grade,
FORD ‘09 Focus, SE, Blue, #9942P, 5000 silver, #9493T, $24,580. Toyota 101.
$12,988. Toyota 101. Please mention Please mention the Daily Journal. HEAVY DUTY jack stand for camper or
the Daily Journal. (650)365-5000 TOYOTA ‘08, Corolla CE, silver, (650)365-5000 SUV $15. (650)949-2134
#9763T, $12,988, Toyota 101. Please
FORD ‘85 VICTORIA - Original owner, mention the Daily Journal. (650)365-
5000 635 Vans 672 Auto Stereos
43K miles, automatic, all powered. Very
good condition. $4K, (650)515-5023. NISSAN ‘01 Quest - GLE, leather seats,
TOYOTA ‘09 CAmry, basic, gray, sun roof, TV/DVR equipment. Looks MONNEY CAR AUDIO
FORD ‘95 Mustang Convertible - V6, #9805P, $17,888 Toyota 101. Please new, $15,500. (650)219-6008 We Repair All Brands of Car
automatic. Make offer. (650)697-0596 mention the Daily Journal. (650)365-
5000 Stereos! iPod & iPhone Wired
440 Apartments 470 Rooms INFINITI ‘08 G35 sedan, blue, #9881P TOYOTA ‘09 Sienna CE, blue, #9804P, to Any Car for Music! Quieter
$25,888. Toyota 101. Please mention TOYOTA ‘09 Prius, STD, green, $20,998 and , TOYOTA ‘09 Sienna CE, Car Ride! Sound Proof Your
SAN BRUNO, One bedroom apartment, the Daily Journal. (650)365-5000 Car! 31 Years Experience!
blue, #9807P, $22,998 Toyota 101.
$1,100/month. No pets/smokers. Near Room For Rent #9606P, $18,588 Toyota 101. Please
mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- Please mention the Daily Journal. 2001 Middlefield Road
shopping & transportation. 667 San Ma- Travel Inn, San Carlos KIA ‘09 Rondo, LX Base, White, 5000 (650)365-5000
teo Ave. (707)287-1373, (707)265-9800,
$49 daily + tax Redwood City
(877)265-0435 #9695P, $11,795. Toyota 101. Please
$280 weekly + tax mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- (650)299-9991
TOYOTA ‘09 RAV4 basic, black, TOYOTA ‘09 Tacoma basic, white,
Clean Quiet Convenient 5000 #9806P, $19,5888. Toyota 101. Please #9752P, $19,888 and TOYOTA ‘09 Ta-
450 Homes for Rent Cable TV, WiFi & Private Bathroom
Microwave and Refrigerator LINCOLN ‘90 Mark 7 LSC - Excellent
mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- coma basic, silver, #9809T, $21,995.
5000 Toyota 101. Please mention the Daily
BELMONT - 2 bedroom home for rent 950 El Camino Real San Carlos condition, low miles. Must See! $2,900. Journal. (650)365-5000 680 Autos Wanted
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TOYOTA ‘10 Camry Hybrid, basic,
downtown, large enclosed yard, no pets, white, #9535P, $24,988. Toyota 101. TOYOTA ‘09 Tacoma Prerunner, white,
no smoking, 1 private parking, new re- MAZDA ‘09 Mazda3, Sport silver, Please mention the Daily Journal. #9512T, $22,998. Toyota 101. Please Don’t lose money
frigerator, dishwasher & oven. Call #9895P, $14,988 Toyota 101. Please (650)365-5000
(650)591-9604 mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- on a trade-in or
620 Automobiles 5000 5000
TOYOTA ‘10 Corolla, basis, white,
470 Rooms MAZDA ‘09 Mazda3, Sport white,
#9575P, $15,488 Toyota 101. Please
640 Motorcycles/Scooters
Don’t lose money mention the Daily Journal. (650)365-
#9941P, $15,988 Toyota 101. Please 5000 Sell your vehicle in the
HIP HOUSING on a trade-in or
Non-Profit Home Sharing Program
mention the Daily Journal. (650)365-
HARLEY DAVIDSON ‘83 Shovelhead - Daily Journal’s
special construction, 1340 cc’s, Awe-
San Mateo County consignment! TOYOTA ‘10 Matrix, basic, white, some!, $5,950.obo. Auto Classifieds.
(650)348-6660 #9599P, $16,988 Toyota 101. Please Call Rob (415)602-4535.
NISSAN ‘06, Murano, white, #9934T, mention the Daily Journal. (650)365-
MILLBRAE ROOM clean, cozy.
Sell your vehicle in the $19,588. Toyota 101. Please mention
the Daily Journal. (650)365-5000
5000 Just $3 per day.
HONDA ‘01 Reflex Scooter - Silver,
$600/mo. (650)697-4758 Daily Journal’s $1,999., Call Jesse (650)593-6763
TOYOTA ‘10 Prius I, white, #9810P,
Auto Classifieds. NISSAN ‘08 SENTRA, 2.0, gray, $27,888 and , TOYOTA ‘10 Prius I, Reach 82,500 drivers
REDWOOD #9936P, $14,588.Toyota 101. Please
mention the Daily Journal. (650)365-
gray, #9813P, $24,888 Toyota 101. 645 Boats from South SF to
Please mention the Daily Journal.
Just $3 per day. 5000 (650)365-5000 Palo Alto
CITY NISSAN ‘08, Altima S, grey, $17,288.
EVINRUDE MOTOR, for Boat, 25
horsepower, (415)337-6364 Call (650)344-5200
Reach 82,500 drivers TOYOTA ‘10 Yaris, basic, black,
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#9776P. Toyota 101. Please mention
the Daily Journal. (650)365-5000
#9734T, $14,588. Toyota 101. Please
mention the Daily Journal. (650)365- PROSPORT ‘97 - 17 ft. CC 80 Yamaha

800 Main St., Palo Alto NISSAN ‘08, Altima, 2.5, white, #9956P,
5000 Pacific, loaded, like new, $9,500 or trade,
$600 Monthly Call (650)344-5200 $16,998. Toyota 101. Please mention
the Daily Journal. (650)365-5000 625 Classic Cars
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$12,588. #9940P. Toyota 101. Please
mention the Daily Journal. (650)365-
(650)588-9196 DODGE ‘75 Motorhome - 440 V8, smog
exempt. Many extras. $2,999.
(650)366-9501 miles, 5 speed, new top, battery; excel-
lent condition, car facts. BMW AM/FM ra-
OLDSMOBILE ‘69 F-85 - 2 door, power
front disc, $2,800., with 71 running parts
(650)520-0499 Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
Novas, running or not
(650)279-9811 dio, tape, 5 CD changer, leather, A/C,
$5K, SOLD!
NISSAN ‘09 MAXIMA, 3.5S, gray,
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Parts collection etc.
So clean out that garage
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this is the path we’re going on, I will support on whether the proposed plan is too large — Before tackling the operation of the jail,

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this site being built,” Foust said, ticking off rea-
sons including the larger land parcel and its fur-
ther distance from docktown residents.
there is little dispute that some are needed.
Overcrowding at the Maguire Correctional
Facility and the Women’s Correctional Facility
though, officials must settle on where that jail
will be and see if Redwood City officials are in
the same corner.
Redwood City Mayor Jeff Ira and City is an ongoing problem and authorities always The city and county have publicly butted
Manager Peter Ingram have been the most claim the count is a heartbeat away from a fed- heads over efforts to locate a jail at several sites
once again seek public input on plans to con- involved in jail planning from the city side but eral lawsuit or orders to let inmates go. The within its borders, most notably the motor pool
struct a new jail. other leaders also back the Chemical Way men’s facility, Maguire, is rated for 688 men site. The city even paid a consulting firm up to
The concept of the public forum is largely option over downtown. but has shot up as high as 1,100. Currently, it $310,000 to battle the plan although some
the same as those of years past: a presentation Councilman Ian Bain said from his individ- hovers around 900, Munks said. aspects, like a website, fell flat.
on need, some ideas on design and operations ual perspective it is “far preferable.” The women’s jail similarly is rated for 84 but Much of the fight has been over the motor
and a whole lot of listening to feedback. What From the city’s perspective, that site is entire- recently hit 120. In that facility, the overabun- pool lot, a site that supporters say allows the
is different is the possibility Redwood City res- ly feasibly and officials are currently working dance of inmates not only means crowded cells sharing of services like the kitchen and eases
idents embrace this plan, rather than push back out option agreements with the property own- but also a lack of space for educational and transportation between the jail and courthouse.
with arguments that it will destroy downtown’s ers that would transfer to the county, said city rehabilitation programs aimed at keeping the The Chemical Way location wouldn’t neces-
revitalization, decimate housing and business spokesman Malcolm Smith. women from making a return visit. sarily require construction of a new kitchen,
and once again burden that city with the lion’s If it works out, the council could approve the “I’m convinced we’ve done pretty much Munks said.
share of correctional facilities in San Mateo agreement at its Sept. 27 meeting or shortly everything we can under the circumstances to The women’s jail on nearby Maple Street
County. after, Smith said. reduce our population in a safe way,” Munks receives food from Maguire over on Bradford
The grassroots group “No Downtown Jail” is Munks is quick to caution that talking about said. Street so chances are good the new facility
taking no chances that the Winslow Street site an alternative site doesn’t set any ideas in stone As proposed, the new jail would have 768 could similarly share service, he said.
is still a front-runner; members plan a rally and that the 3.5-acre motor pool could still be beds and require 145 positions. The Board of All bookings and releases will continue at
against that plan just prior to Monday night’s recommended when he returns to the Board of Supervisors previously declined to accept the Maguire.
meeting. Supervisors in October. However, even return- recommendation until it gets more information. The main issue of the Chemical Way site
“Another county jail of this size doubles the ing to the proverbial drawing board is a big step Another option is building the jail smaller, cut- would be transporting inmates which carries a
burden already carried by Redwood City resi- for the sheriff’s employees charged with pick- ting floors from three to two and shifting to 512 cost although safety is less of a concern,
dents and local businesses,” said resident ing a new site, particularly as it has long been beds. That alternative would save the county according to Munks.
Pamela Estes, adding that it is a threat to pub- accused of never seriously considering any- $14 million in construction costs and decreases Another benefit of Chemical Way is that the
lic safety. thing other than the lot adjacent to the county sworn staff to 125, according to the pre-archi- county would not need to replace the motor
Councilwoman Rosanne Foust, a very vocal government center. tectural report. pool site. Picking the current lot creates a
critic of the downtown plan, is ready to accept Praise it, fight it, question it — what Munks The jail itself is estimated to cost between domino effect of other projects; locating else-
the Chemical Way plan. Although a new jail says he doesn’t want Monday is a lack of input. $150 million to $160 million, not counting where prevents that disruption.
isn’t particularly desired in any locale, Foust “When I go to the board [of supervisors], I potential land purchase. Munks estimates need-
said its not her place to say the county should don’t want any group to say they haven’t been ing $18 million more annually in operating The jail planning meeting is 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
put it in another jurisdiction. Instead, if down- heard,” Munks said. costs although Board President Rich Gordon Monday, Sept. 20 at San Mateo Credit Union,
town is off the table, the city is ready to com- Although there is debate about how many previously suggested it be closer to $20 million 350 Convention Way, Redwood City. More
promise.” beds a new jail needs — Supervisor Rose because of needs like correctional health and information is available at www.co.sanma-
“I wish we didn’t need a second jail but if Jacobs Gibson has publicly questioned Munks food service. teo.ca.us/jailplanning.

authorization to sign the protest. a.m. Mayor Cathy Baylock and will consider a proposal in which the city

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Votes which qualified represented $28,600
or 31.3 percent, far below the 50 percent dis-
sension needed to throw out the option of cre-
Councilwoman Ann Keighran opposed the
Since then, a number of dog owners peti-
would split the repair costs with the home or
property owner. Burlingame would identify
areas that need work concentrating on one
ating such a district. tioned to have afternoon and evening hours. In portion of the city at a time. Property owners
Nominations for the Downtown BID August, the Parks and Recreation will then be notified of needed work. He or
had already been made. Staff eliminated 18 Advisory Board are being accepted in prepa- Commission unanimously approved a recom- she can choose to participate in the city pro-
assessments from the calculations because the ration of Monday’s possible approval. mendation extending the off-leash hours to gram or repair it themselves while still meet-
mailing had been returned to the city. A num- Nominations are being collected by Karen include 6 p.m. to parks in the same areas. ing city standards, according to a staff report
ber were reduced because the businesses Frances of Plum Studios Salon and should be Lastly, the council will revisit an ordinance written by Public Works Director Syed
either did not exist or were vacant. A few were e-mailed to karenfrances@plumstudiossa- in which residents cover half the cost of Murtuza. The latter option makes the property
deleted after being listed more than once, lon.com. If necessary, an election will be held upgrading sidewalks. The city stopped paying owner ineligible for the program.
Guinan wrote. at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 22 at the for the repairs in 2004 when it faced budget
Not all of the petitions were verified, how- Burlingame Woman’s Club, 221 Park Road. problems. During two previous meetings, res- The council meets 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 20
ever. Several were disqualified because the At the same meeting, the council will con- idents expressed a desire to have the city pay at City Hall, 501 Primrose Road in
business did not have a license, were not list- Burlingame.
sider extending the hours dogs are allowed to for the repairs again, but city officials said
ed on the proposed assessment list or had the be off leash in Washington Park. In 2008, the there just is not enough money.
same address or suite number as another busi- council voted to allowed off-leash dogs on the Burlingame maintains over 116 miles of
ness. For some protests, it wasn’t clear that the Heather Murtagh can be reached by e-mail:
upper field of Cuernavaca Park and the eastern sidewalk, much of which is aging or impacted heather@smdailyjournal.com or by phone: (650)
person who signed was the owner or had the most lawn in Washington Park before 7:45 by roots, which causes cracks. The council 344-5200 ext. 105.

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