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One dead in rural crash


Open space contractors were out to spray non-native plants
BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE Mindego Hill roads, in a rural area of was only one confirmed fatality. Rescue crews had trouble reach- were out spraying non-native plants
San Mateo County near the Russian The San Mateo County Coroner’s ing the crash site, which is only for the Midpeninsula Regional Open
A Newark man was killed in a Ridge Open Space Preserve. Office identified the victim as Luis accessible by foot and horseback, Space District, district spokesman
crash near La Honda late Thursday It appears the vehicle involved was Audelo-Partida, 26. he said. Gordon Baillie said.
morning that involved workers who being driven in an area without a Two other people suffered major “We’re going in slow motion Baillie said he did not yet have
were performing weed abatement for paved road and somehow went out of injuries and were airlifted to hospi- because it’s so hard to get to every-
a local open space district, a control and tumbled into a canyon, tals, Otterby said. one,” Bartlett said. much information on the crash.
California Highway Patrol according to the CHP. Three people suffered minor Three medical helicopters were The San Mateo County Sheriff’s
spokesman said. The CHP reported earlier injuries and one person was unin- dispatched to the area, he said. Office, the San Mateo County Fire
The crash was reported at 11:22 Thursday that three people had died, jured, CHP Officer Kevin Bartlett The people who were in the vehi- Department and other agencies
a.m. in the vicinity of Alpine and but CHP Sgt. Matt Otterby said there said. cle that crashed are contractors who responded to the crash.

ATM repairman
accused of theft
Subject allegedly stole $200,000 by
filling cash points with counterfeit bills
By Michelle Durand ices the auto-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF matic teller
machines for
An ATM repairman who serviced Bank of
machines including one in Daly America. On
City is accused of filling them with July 4, 2010 —
fake $20 bills and disappearing for a bank holiday
nearly a year with approximately — he allegedly
$200,000, according to prosecutors visited six
who charged him with four felonies. Samuel Kioskli ATMs in San
Samuel Gregory Kioskli, 64, was Francisco and
at large since last summer but another in Daly City to steal approx-
nabbed during a routine traffic stop imately $200,000 by replacing the
in Phoenix May 11. He has pleaded real cash with photocopies of bills.
not guilty to burglary, embezzle- Each time, surveillance video
ment, possession of counterfeit bills caught Kioskli using his work card
and forging documents. He request- key to enter the machines, said
BILL SILVERFARB/DAILY JOURNAL ed a speedy trial and is set for a pre- District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe.
The Crystal Springs rest area on northbound Interstate 280 reopened yesterday after getting a major makeover. liminary hearing May 31. The next day, Kioskli’s wife
Kioskli, of San Francisco, worked

Famous rest stop reopens for Diebold, the company that serv- See THEFT, Page 24

By Bill Silverfarb
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Pushing past challenges
By Heather Murtagh resulted in challenges like child care
Two years after closing for reno- and transportation. Counselors
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
vations, Caltrans reopened the encouraged her simply to take the
famous Crystal Springs rest area on At 16, when starting to find her General Educational Development
Interstate 280 yesterday afternoon stride academically, Mayra Zamora Test rather than slowly work to her
with new features including a had to leave Carlmont High School. degree. That’s not what Zamora
California Highway Patrol drop-in She hadn’t been acting up in class, wanted. She wanted to earn a diplo-
center and rest rooms equipped to nor had she gotten into a fight. After ma so her girls could grow up know-
accommodate people with disabili- a few weeks of feeling ill, Zamora’s ing obstacles can’t stop you from
ties. boyfriend bought her a pregnancy achieving a goal.
The rest area, just north of Bunker test. It was positive. Zamora’s life “Mayra has ... worked hard to per-
Hill Drive, is famous for a variety of changed as she prepared to be a sist in her education while success-
reasons, including its proximity to mom. Today she has two beautiful fully overcoming multiple obsta-
the renowned Junipero Serra statue and active little girls with her cles. She has set and met goals,
boyfriend Jovany — Briana, 2, and
See REST, Page 24 Mayra, 1. Being a young mother See GRAD, Page 6
2 Friday • May 27, 2011 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Quote of the Day Snapshot Inside


“The job market isn’t L.A.Noire
exactly improving with leaps A few cracks in
and bounds....Businesses are hiring hard-boiled game
but are likely holding back until
they’re more comfortable and confident See page 20
with the current economic environment.”
— Jennifer Lee,an economist at BMO Capital Markets
“More people applying for jobless benefits,” see page 10

Local Weather Forecast Wall Street


Friday: Mostly cloudy. A slight chance of Stocks edge up,
showers in the morning. Highs in the mid shaking off weak
50s to lower 60s. West winds 10 to 20 mph. economic news
Friday night: Mostly cloudy. Lows in the
upper 40s. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph. See page 10
Saturday: Mostly cloudy. Highs in the mid
50s to lower 60s. West winds 5 to 10 mph. REUTERS
Saturday night...Mostly cloudy in the evening then becoming A newborn baby rests in a box,listening to music played through earphones
partly cloudy. Lows in the upper 40s. West winds 5 to 10 mph in Saca Hospital in Kosice,east Slovakia.The hospital uses music as therapy for
increasing to northwest 15 to 20 mph after midnight. newborn babies when they are separated from their mothers.
Sunday: Partly cloudy. Breezy. Highs in the upper 50s.

Lotto This Day in History Thought for the Day


Amid rising world tensions, President “It is not half so important to know as to feel.”
May 25 Super Lotto Plus
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3 3 7 0 1941 Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed an
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The British Royal Navy sank the
— Rachel Carson, American
biologist-ecologist (born this date in 1907, died 1964)

May 24 Mega Millions Daily three midday German battleship Bismarck off Birthdays
9 12 21 42 43 42 3 6 1 France, with a loss of some 2,000 lives,
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three days after the Bismarck sank the
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9 6 9
1 3 18 25 37 In 1861, Chief Justice Roger Taney, sitting as a federal circuit
court judge in Baltimore, ruled that President Abraham Lincoln
lacked the authority to suspend the writ of habeas corpus
The Daily Derby race winners are Big Ben,No.4,
(Lincoln disregarded the ruling).
in first place;Solid Gold,No.10,in second place;
In 1896, 255 people were killed when a tornado struck St.
and California Classic, No. 5, in third place. The
race time was clocked at 1:44.59.
Louis, Mo., and East St. Louis, Ill. Comedian Adam Rapper Andre TV chef Jamie
In 1911, Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey was born in Carolla is 47. 3000 is 36. Oliver is 36.
Wallace, S.D.; actor Vincent Price was born in St. Louis, Mo.;
State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 longtime Jerusalem mayor Teddy Kollek was born in Austria- Dolores Hope (widow of Bob Hope) is 102. Novelist
Nation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 Hungary. Herman Wouk (wohk) is 96. Actor Christopher Lee is 89.
World . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger is 88. Author John
Opinion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 In 1929, Charles A. Lindbergh Jr. married Anne Morrow in
Englewood, N.J. Barth is 81. Actress Lee Meriwether is 76. Musician Ramsey
Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Lewis is 76. Actor Louis Gossett Jr. is 75. Rhythm-and-blues
Auto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 In 1935, the Supreme Court struck down the National
Industrial Recovery Act. singer Raymond Sanders (The Persuasions) is 72. Country
Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-16 singer Don Williams is 72. Actor Bruce Weitz is 68. Singer
Weekend Journal. . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-24 In 1936, the Cunard liner RMS Queen Mary left England on its
maiden voyage to New York. Cilla Black is 68. Former Sen. Christopher Dodd, D-Conn., is
Comics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
67. Singer Bruce Cockburn is 66. Singer-actress Dee Dee
Classifieds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-31 In 1937, the newly completed Golden Gate Bridge connecting
Bridgewater is 61. Actor Richard Schiff is 56. Singer Siouxsie
San Francisco and Marin County was opened to pedestrian
Publisher Editor in Chief Sioux (The Creatures, Siouxsie and the Banshees) is 54. Rock
traffic (vehicular traffic began crossing the bridge the next
Jerry Lee Jon Mays singer-musician Neil Finn (The Finn Brothers) is 53. Actress
day).
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In 1964, independent India’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Bridges is 46. Rock musician Sean Kinney (Alice In Chains) is
Nehru, died. 45. Actor Dondre Whitfield is 42. Actor Paul Bettany is 40.
Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . (650) 344-5200 Fax: (650) 344-5290 In 1985, in Beijing, representatives of Britain and China
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exchanged instruments of ratification on the pact returning Country singer Jace Everett is 39. Actor Jack McBrayer is 38.
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800 S. Claremont St., Ste. 210, San Mateo, Ca. 94402 Strange but True
THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME Board nixes colon big to get up the steps. wants to pay for the damage.
by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
So Reeves dug a trench down to the Last month, a historical marker honor-
Unscramble these four Jumbles, cancer ‘butt’ billboards foundation and took out a wall. Reeves ing Shuster and classmate and Superman
one letter to each square,
KENNEWICK, Wash. — A health pulled the plane out Wednesday using a co-creator Jerry Siegel was stolen in the
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to form four ordinary words.


board in Washington state has reversed truck, a chain and some neighbors. same Glenville area of Cleveland. It was
OGCHU
itself and voted against endorsing a Onlookers were drawn to the spectacle returned undamaged weeks later.
colon cancer awareness campaign that by the “Airplane Removal Wednesday”
©2011 Tribune Media Services, Inc.
All Rights Reserved. uses billboards saying, “What’s up your put up on Reeves’ porch. Teacher who stored
ESLSB butt?” Reeves tells The Patriot-News of explosives in jail
The Tri-City Herald reports that Harrisburg he spent $40,000 on the
Wednesday’s vote by the Benton plane and about $5,000 on the excava- LIVINGSTON — A Central
Franklin Health District in Kennewick, tion. California chemistry teacher accused of
storing an explosive material in her
CETEDN Wash., was in response to complaints
the ads are in poor taste. Car hits decorated fence classroom is in jail awaiting formal
charges.
The butt billboards were earlier dis- at Ohio ‘Superman house’ Bail has been set at $500,000 for
played in Yakima to raise colorectal can-
DTUERG cer awareness and encourage people to CLEVELAND — A car has taken out Japhia Huhndorf, who was arrested
Now arrange the circled letters
to form the surprise answer, as get screened for the disease. part of a fence paying tribute to Wednesday at her Atwater home on sus-
suggested by the above cartoon. Superman around the Cleveland home picion of possessing explosive materials.
Answer here:
Man knocks out wall, where two high school kids created the It’s the second time this week that the
Man of Steel. 34-year-old Livingston High School
(Answers tomorrow) pulls plane from basement The picket fence around the childhood teacher has been arrested. On Monday,
Jumbles: SUNNY RURAL YAWNED FIDDLE
Yesterday’s
Answer: For the overworked fast-food cook, Monday CAMP HILL, Pa. — Lots of houses home of Joe Shuster is decorated with she was booked on suspicion of child
was turning into — “FRYDAY” have a two-car garage. Dan Reeves’ had large metal plates reprinting the first endangerment for allegedly helping stu-
a one-airplane basement. Superman story from a 1938 comic dents ingest chloroform.
Until, that is, the central Pennsylvania book. The Plain Dealer of Cleveland During the investigation of the chloro-
man knocked out a wall to get it out. reports Tuesday night’s crash damaged form case, police say they discovered
Reeves spent the past nine years seven of the 15 color plates. that Huhndorf also was storing 4 milli-
building a two-seat airplane in the Neighborhood development director liters of nitroglycerine, an active ingre-
basement of his Cumberland County Tracey Kirksey tells the newspaper she dient for making explosives. The teacher
home. The plane arrived in pieces via believes a man who lives near the house did not tell investigators why she had it
mail but eventually it became way too hit the fence with his car. She says he in her classroom.
THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Friday • May 27, 2011 3
Wanna-be gawker accused of post-fire fraud Police reports
By Michelle Durand Instead, his only motivation appears to be the San Bruno fire and asked aid workers for Not well trained
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF curiosity. “everything they offered.” She was sentenced A person was refusing to leave a train in
“He said he wanted to walk around the side to 30 days in county jail for second-degree Millbrae before 5:04 a.m. on Thursday,
A man curious to see the aftermath of the and knew he wouldn’t be able to do it with- burglary. May 19.
deadly San Bruno explosion lied about living out identification,” said District Attorney Niesha Marie Taylor, 26, has pleaded not
in the disaster zone in hopes of securing a Steve Wagstaffe. guilty to fraud and will stand trial in
driver’s license that would allow him access Defense attorney Josh Bentley did not September. Her alleged accomplice Deonte BURLINGAME
to the site, according to prosecutors. return a call for comment. Jerome Bennett, 25, was recently arrested on
Burglary. Some people cut a fence and stole
David Liam O’Brien, 34, of San Francisco, O’Brien was able to secure a license but a $100,000 arrest warrant and set for a June
rims and tires on the 100 block of California
will appear in court Friday on charges of bur- it’s not clear how much, if at all, he was able 22 preliminary hearing. Both are accused of
Drive before 8:38 a.m. Monday, May 23.
glary and perjury. Although the deadly fire to access the area. using addresses within the disaster zone
Theft. A credit card was stolen on the 100
and O’Brien’s alleged crime were in “It looks like he’s not committed any par- found on the Internet to try receiving new block of Howard Avenue before 6:35 p.m.
September, he wasn’t arrested on a $25,000 ticular fraud,” Wagstaffe said. “He’s just a identification from the Department of Motor Monday, may 23.
warrant until April. He posted bail and was gawker.” Vehicles so they could then qualify for aid Theft. Checks were stolen from an unlocked
cited to appear today. In comparison, the others who scammed from Pacific Gas and Electric. vehicle on the 1300 block of Vancouver
According to prosecutors, O’Brien went to aid after the fire sought money, food and Two others charged in the same case, Lisa Avenue before 7:32 p.m. Monday, May 23.
the victim center on Sept. 13, four days after shelter. Monique Justin, 42, and Sonya Smith, 44, Theft. Compact discs were stolen from an
the Sept. 9 disaster that left eight dead and Angela Marie Wise, 46, of San Francisco, received credit for time served plus probation unlocked vehicle on the 500 block of Almer
dozens of homes destroyed, and applied for a was sentenced to a year in jail for trying to and community service. Road before 7:58 p.m. Monday, May 23.
driver’s license using an address found on the pilfer $1,000 in aid by falsely claiming hous- Daniel Leon Stansbury, 41, was sentenced
Internet which is located within the affected ing and “food damage” at a home where she to two years and eight months in prison for BELMONT
neighborhood. didn’t live. twice pretending to be a victim and com-
O’Brien didn’t seek money or food as Jacqueline Antoinette Turner, 24, of San plaining he couldn’t order room service at Stolen vehicle. A vehicle was stolen on
other convicted post-fire scammers did. Francisco, falsely claimed to be a victim of the hotel room he was provided. Ralston Avenue before 3:41 a.m. on
Wednesday, May 25.
Stolen vehicle. A vehicle was stolen on Mezes
Judge to hear 74 pipeline blast lawsuits Avenue before 6:49 a.m. on Wednesday, May
25.
Hit and run no injury. A hit and run occurred
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ings will get going later this summer. again June 30 to set up a schedule and the dis- at the intersection of Ralston Avenue and Old
San Mateo County Superior Court Judge covery process. County Road before 6:58 a.m. on Wednesday,
A county judge who will hear the dozens of Steven Dylina will hear 74 suits filed against Dylina says lawsuits brought against the May 25.
civil lawsuits filed against Pacific Gas & the utility in a consolidated procedure. company by shareholders will have to be Stolen Vehicle. A vehicle was stolen on Valley
Electric Co. after last year’s natural gas On Thursday, the judge ordered attorneys heard after those filed by victims and their View Avenue before 7:18 a.m. Wednesday,
pipeline explosion in San Bruno says proceed- for the plaintiffs and the company to meet families. May 25.
4 Friday • May 27, 2011 THE DAILY JOURNAL
THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Friday • May 27, 2011 5
Local briefs

All the world’s a stage


Unique drama collaboration pairs high school,elementary students
Firefighters put out
two-alarm fire at duplex
Firefighters put out a two-alarm fire at a
duplex in Redwood City Thursday afternoon, a
fire battalion chief said.
Flames were coming through the roof of the
By Heather Murtagh one-story building in the 1000 block of
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Madison Avenue when firefighters arrived
shortly after 12:45 p.m., Redwood City fire bat-
A groom dealing with gender identity talion chief Stan Maupin said.
issues, a soldier who isn’t keen on his wife The duplex consists of two units separated by
and Nicki Minaj made a visit to Laurel a garage area, where it appears the fire started,
Elementary School in San Mateo Thursday. Maupin said.
It wasn’t a career day gone awry nor a con- Firefighters confined the blaze to the garage
cert by the fast-talking female rapper. and had it under control in about 45 minutes, he
Instead, the lunchtime performance brought said.
to life the collaboration of a number of stu- Forty-six firefighters responded, and the
dents. Hillsdale High School drama students response included eight engines and two ladder
paired up with fourth and fifth graders from trucks.
Laurel to create some unique plays. No one was injured or displaced by the blaze,
Students from the San Mateo elementary Maupin said. One of the units was vacant at the
school collaborated to create their own time of the fire.
unique stories inspired by covers of The New
Yorker. Those stories were given to the S.F.bans unsolicited
Hillsdale students who created short plays
from the work, some of which incorporated Yellow Pages drop-offs
numerous stories. On Thursday morning, the SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco has
drama students performed the plays for the banned the unsolicited distribution of Yellow
authors and a few Laurel parents. Pages with the first such ordinance in the nation.
Ten-year-old Ellie B. wrote the “Million The San Francisco Chronicle reports that
Dollar Bike Race,” a story in which a guy Mayor Ed Lee quietly signed the ban into law
enters a bike race against a world champion on May 19 to cut the number of unwanted
in hopes of winning $900,000 — more than phone books being dropped into city neighbor-
enough to pay off his brother’s debt while hoods.
earning his respect. The Local Search Association, a commercial
Ellie thought the teens nailed the story. phone book industry trade group, has threatened
From a director’s point of view, she may to sue, saying the ban violates its members’
have tweaked the ending, but had no criti- HEATHER MURTAGH/DAILY JOURNAL rights.
cism for the actors who also adapted the Hillsdale students Katalina Marino,left to right,Brianna Romero and Sean Redmond pretend David Chiu, president of the city’s Board of
scripts. to be in a helicopter while performing a short play written by fourth- and fifth-grade students Supervisors, said the ban was needed because
The process was definitely collaborative. at Laurel Elementary School in San Mateo Thursday. the unsolicited books degraded the environment
The Hillsdale students met with Laurel stu-
archery — here’s a hint, he’s against it. performed seven stories from Trish Althaus’ and blighted neighborhoods.
dents who shared their stories, then worked
Imagination was easy to spot as plays includ- fourth-grade class, said Skelton. The law is scheduled to take effect next year
for several weeks to adapt and rehearse the
ed helicopter rides where the left side show- “The Greenhills students were a very atten- and will bar companies from leaving unsolicit-
plays, adding props and costumes to help the
cases Italian landmarks while the right tive audience and seemed to really appreciate ed books on porches without the permission of
plots come alive, Hillsdale drama teacher
Allison Gamlen explained. allows the passenger to see the Statue of the effort, energy and silliness that my stu- the residence or business.
Gamlen was happy with the performance Liberty. dents brought to the productions,” she said.
and said it was a good lesson for her students The performance was a trial run for the two Capuchino students worked on the project Jury recesses in
about what’s funny for kids. For some of the schools, which was modeled after a success- for about two months. This year’s story chal- Oakland editor murder trial
high school students, Thursday was their first ful partnership between Capuchino High lenges included one that took place under
School and Green Hills Elementary School OAKLAND — An Alameda County jury has
performance ever. water, a space ship that crashes but gets recessed for the week in the trial of a former
Fifth-grade teacher Janet Chappell really that began last year. fixed, creating a jail cell, and deciding how
The collaboration came up when fourth- Oakland group community leader accused of
enjoyed the project. Chappell saw the origi- one would play Jet Ball — a game played in ordering the murders of three men, including a
nal stories produced by her students and also grade teacher Doe Newiger contacted the air while using jet packs, Skelton said.
Capuchino drama teacher Cindy Skelton. local journalist.
Thursday’s performance, which had been Jurors on Thursday did not reach a verdict
tweaked by the teens. Having the chance to Skelton previously taught one of Newiger’s
children and the Capuchino teens used to put after a third full day of deliberating the fate of
see both gave her an appreciation of the work Heather Murtagh can be reached by email: former Your Black Muslim Bakery leader Yusuf
done by all students. on a childhood theater performance for local heather@smdailyjournal.com or by phone: (650)
elementary schools. When Newiger heard the 344-5200 ext. 105. Bey IV and co-defendant Antoine Mackey.
Students covered a variety of topics in their
stories from a monologue about the recent children’s performance wouldn’t happen last
success of the World Series champions San year, she suggested the unique partnership.
Francisco Giants to Cupid’s real thoughts on Earlier this week, the Capuchino students
6 Friday • May 27, 2011 LOCAL/STATE/NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

California to change sex-offender tracking


By Don Thompson Garrido violated his curfew, tampered with
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “The whole purpose of trying his bracelet, let the battery run low or that the
this out is to enable the parole device lost contact for hours each night. He
was caught in 2009 after campus police at the
SACRAMENTO — Buried under a tidal
wave of electronic data, California parole agents to focus more on direct supervision.” University of California, Berkeley, became
agents next week will significantly change — Corrections Department spokeswoman Terry Thornton suspicious of his behavior.
how they monitor and respond to alarms from Parole agents were put under more pressure
tracking devices that are affixed to released lack of personal contact can embolden A team of parole officers and other depart- in 2010 when another paroled rapist was
sex offenders, the Associated Press has released sex offenders to harass their previ- ment employees will oversee the program arrested for the rape and murder of a 17-year-
learned. ous victims or commit new crimes. They are and work with local law enforcement agen- old girl in San Diego County. John Albert
An internal California Department of seeking to minimize the sort of information cies to see if parolees’ GPS-tracked move- Gardner later pleaded guilty to that crime and
Corrections report obtained by The AP found fatigue that inadvertently helped paroled ments can help solve crimes. to a previous rape and murder of a 14-year-
that a typical parole agent spent 44 percent of rapist Phillip Garrido keep a kidnapped California tracks more paroled sex offend- old girl in the same area.
her workweek reviewing the computer- woman captive for 18 years. ers with GPS than any other state, at a cost of Since the more stringent monitoring policy
tracked movements of parolees, and just 12 “The whole purpose of trying this out is to $60 million a year. has been in place, the sheer volume of GPS
percent in the field. enable the parole agents to focus more on While each offender has been strapped alerts has overwhelmed the department’s
They’ll get some relief Wednesday, when direct supervision,” Corrections Department with an ankle bracelet since January 2009, parole staff. Agents responded to an average
the companies that provide the satellite- spokeswoman Terry Thornton said. the corrections department began requiring of 50 automatically generated alarms in a
linked ankle bracelets will begin screening The companies that provide the GPS equip- agents to do even more remote supervision of month, including some on what were sup-
the tens of thousands of electronic alarms that ment also will screen the alerts in selected parolees in response to their failure to catch posed to be their days off, according to the
flood in each month. The companies will for- areas and attempt to contact parolees if, for Garrido. The released sex offender kidnapped internal review obtained by AP.
ward the most serious alerts to parole agents instance, their bracelets have lost contact or Jaycee Dugard and fathered two children “These guys are in such information over-
while weeding out those that signal more the battery has run low. Parole agents will be with her while imprisoning her in a backyard load, I think they can’t see the forest for the
mundane problems such a low battery or lost contacted if the parolee cannot be reached or shack of his home in Antioch. trees at some point,” said parole officer
cell phone signal. if an alert signals a danger, such as a parolee Subsequent reviews detailed how parole Melinda Silva, who heads the Parole Agents
Corrections officials fear parole agents’ getting too close to a victim’s home. agents ignored hundreds of alerts that showed Association of California.

Around the state Mayra was born a happy little girl, but she

Assembly limits using GRAD


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had a scare with pneumonia around 3 months
old. At one point, the clergy was called in to
pray for the child. About two weeks later,
immigration check in arrests Mayra was ready to go home with her parents.
SACRAMENTO — Democrats in Zamora attempted to re-enroll at Redwood
something our school values highly, and she but she was too old and the Sequoia Adult
California’s Assembly joined other states has not given up in her quest to have a bright
Thursday in questioning the federal system School was her only option. She slowly began
future and a successful career. Her proudest earning her credits but wasn’t on track. People
that uses fingerprints to check the immigration accomplishment is that of being a good moth-
status of people picked up by police. recommended taking her GED instead; it
er to her children,” Instructional Associate would be faster. She refused. Talk of not grad-
The Assembly approved AB1081 on a 43- Faustina Talavera and teacher/counselor Joan
22 party line vote after heated debate over uating was a great motivator for the teen mom
Singer wrote in a letter nominating Zamora as of two who then started finishing work quick-
public safety and whether the measure would
help or hurt it.
a Great Grad.
Zamora did well in her classes at Cesar
Mayra Zamora ly.
The bill would add new restrictions and let Getting things done was a family effort as
Chavez Elementary School, even earning a Age:19 her mom and Javony’s mom watched the kids.
counties opt out of the state agreement on use spot on honor roll. She experienced a slump City of residence: East Palo
of the Secure Communities automatic finger- Alto Daily, Zamora’s dad would write encouraging
freshman year at Carlmont when, under bad text messages telling her not to give up. The
print program to screen for citizenship and Plans after high school:
advice from friends, she cut classes. College of San Mateo hard work paid off. She’ll be the first of her
criminal background. Sophomore year, she enrolled in the If college,what’s your siblings to graduate high school.
The legislation now moves to the state school’s business academy program, which major:Administration of
justice In the fall, Zamora plans to start studying at
Senate. partners with the private sector to offer techni-
Favorite subject in the College of San Mateo in hopes of one day
Other states have taken similar steps amid cal and academic training to students. At the school: English,specifically becoming a juvenile probation officer.
complaints the program is supposed to help beginning of her junior year, Zamora noticed writing
deport convicted felons but has also swept up she wasn’t feeling well. The continued feeling What will you miss most
about high school: Teachers and friends Great Grads is in its sixth year profiling one
crime victims, witnesses and people who were in the mornings led Javony to purchase a preg- Biggest lesson you’ve learned in life thus far: graduating senior from each of our local
arrested but never convicted. nancy test. The two moved in together once Never give up.Always have your mind set to a goal schools. Schools have the option to partici-
Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, D-San they learned the results. Zamora’s parents and you can accomplish anything
weren’t crazy about the idea, insisting she pate. Those that choose to participate are
Francisco, argued that his bill would protect
could stay at home. Zamora decided to go out asked to nominate one student who deserves
public safety because immigrants would be This time around was more difficult. recognition.
more willing to report crime if they didn’t fear on her own instead. She enrolled at Redwood Zamora was working, going to school and not
deportation. High School before and for a short time after attending to her own health. She became ane-
The fingerprint program “has actually Briana was born. She was back in school for mic. At a doctor’s appointment, Zamora faint- Heather Murtagh can be reached by email:
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THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Friday • May 27, 2011 7
Congress passes Patriot Act extension House passes $690
House sends terrorism-fighting bill to President Obama billion defense bill
By Jim Abrams By Donna Cassata
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — Congress on WASHINGTON — War-weary Republicans and Democrats


Thursday passed a four-year extension on Thursday sent the strongest message yet to President
of post-Sept. 11 powers to search Barack Obama to end the war in Afghanistan as the com-
records and conduct roving wiretaps in mander in chief decides how many U.S. troops to withdraw
pursuit of terrorists. Votes taken in rapid this summer.
succession in the Senate and House A measure requiring an accelerated timetable for pulling out
came after lawmakers rejected attempts the 100,000 troops from Afghanistan and an exit strategy for
to temper the law enforcement powers to the nearly 10-year-old conflict secured 204 votes in the House,
ensure that individual liberties are not falling just short of passage but boosting the hopes of its sur-
abused. prised proponents.
Following the 250-153 evening vote in “It sends a strong signal to the president that the U.S. House
the House, the legislation to renew three of Representatives and the American people want change,”
terrorism-fighting authorities headed for Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Mass., said shortly after the vote.
the president’s signature with only hours Obama will begin drawing down some of the troops in July,
to go before the provisions expire at with all combat forces due out by 2014. McGovern and others
midnight. fear that the initial reduction will be a token cut of some 5,000,
With Obama currently in Europe, the numbers they argue fail to reflect that Osama bin Laden is gone
White House said the president would and the United States can’t afford spending $10 billion a
use an autopen machine that holds a pen month on the war.
and signs his actual signature. It is only An Associated Press-GfK poll earlier this month found 59
used with proper authorization of the percent oppose the war and 37 percent favor it, with significant
president. Obama will be awakened by support for Obama’s plan to start removing troops this sum-
REUTERS mer.
5:45 a.m. in France so he can review and U.S.House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner. “Five thousand on July 1 and nothing else, that won’t fly,”
approve the bill and authorize his signa-
days while he demanded a chance to confirmed ties to terrorist groups. said Rep. John Garamendi, D-Calif. “That will create a great
ture, the White House said.
change the bill to diminish the govern- The roving wiretaps and access to deal of anger.”
A short-term expiration would not Twenty-six Republicans joined 178 Democrats in backing
interrupt ongoing operations but would ment’s ability to monitor individual business records are small parts of the
actions. The bill passed the Senate 72- USA Patriot Act enacted after the Sept. the Afghanistan measure. Eight Democrats and 207
bar the government from seeking war- Republicans opposed it. In the Democratic-controlled House
rants for new investigations. 23. 11, 2001, attacks. But unlike most of the
The measure would add four years to act, which is permanent law, those provi- last July, a similar measure got 162 votes. The tally on
Congress bumped up against the dead- Thursday reflected the increasing exasperation in Congress
line mainly because of the stubborn the legal life of roving wiretaps — those sions must be renewed periodically
authorized for a person rather than a because of concerns that they could be with the costly war, even among the typically more hawkish
resistance from a single senator, Republicans.
Republican freshman Rand Paul of communications line or device — of used to violate privacy rights. The same
court-ordered searches of business applies to the “lone wolf” provision, But among the measure’s foes, Rep. Mike Coffman, R-
Kentucky, who saw the terrorist-hunting Colo., said the accelerated timetable “would pull the rug out of
powers as an abuse of privacy rights. records and of surveillance of non- which was part of a 2004 intelligence
the entire strategy,” and Rep. Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, said
Paul held up the final vote for several American “lone wolf” suspects without law.
“the sacrifice of blood and treasure will be thrown away for
considerable impatience.”

Judge voids Wisconsin collective bargaining law The divisive issue was part of three days of debate on a
broad, $690 billion defense bill that would provide a 1.6 per-
cent increase in military pay, fund an array of aircraft, ships
By Scott Bauer and Todd Richmond protests that paralyzed the Capitol. hear arguments in the case on June 6. and submarines and increase health care fees slightly for work-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Republican backers of Gov. Scott Republicans who control the Legislature ing-age military retirees. The bill meets the Pentagon’s request
Walker’s proposal said they were confi- also could pass the measure a second for $119 billion to fight wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
MADISON, Wis. — The fight over dent the state Supreme Court would time to avoid the open meeting viola-
stripping collective bargaining rights overturn the judge’s ruling that the law is tions.
from Wisconsin’s public workers will void because lawmakers broke open Still, Democrats and union leaders
move into the state Supreme Court, and meetings statutes during the approval who helped organize protests against the
possibly back into the Legislature, after process. She had temporarily blocked measure that grew to as large as 85,000
a judge ruled Thursday to strike down the law shortly after it passed in March. people praised the victory, even if it
the law that passed despite massive The Supreme Court was scheduled to could be fleeting.
8 Friday • May 27, 2011 LOCAL/WORLD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Missile issue a sticking point for Obama,Medvedev By Nancy Benac missile arsenal despite U.S. assurances to the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS contrary.
Medvedev expressed confidence the matter
DEAUVILLE, France — It is no simple would be resolved, though not anytime soon
thing to push the “reset” button on U.S.- — perhaps in the year 2020, he suggested.
Russian relations. Obama, for his part, said the two sides
Trying to move beyond years of inherited would keep working to find “an approach and
mistrust, President Barack Obama and Russian configuration that is consistent with the secu-
President Dmitry Medvedev claimed progress rity needs of both countries, that maintains the
Thursday but achieved no breakthrough on a strategic balance and deals with potential
U.S. missile defense plan that Moscow is con- threats that we both share.”
cerned could threaten its security. Obama and Medvedev met for 90 minutes
The two leaders went out of their way to on the sidelines of a two-day summit of the
stress — four times over — that their relation- Group of Eight industrial nations, the two
ship was good But Medvedev also acknowl- leaders touching on a range of issues including
edged: “It does not mean that we’ll have com- the unrest sweeping the Mideast and North
mon views and coinciding views on all the Africa, and Russia’s efforts to gain entrance to
issues. It’s impossible.” the World Trade Organization. The G-8
And a White House aide acknowledged that nations, in their sessions, are devoting consid-
on the missile defense question, for years the erable attention to how best to support the
single most confrontational issue in the U.S.- democratic stirrings of the Arab Spring.
Russian relationship, both sides still were try- In his meeting with Medvedev, Obama
ing to overcome “old thinking,” and the pointed to U.S.-Russian cooperation on a
Russians, in short, “don’t believe us.” range of issues and said the two countries had
The two sides have long been in negotia- successfully “reset” relations during his
tions over U.S. intentions to station missile administration. But the missile dispute offered
REUTERS interceptors in Central and Eastern Europe. fresh evidence that the reshaping requires
Barack Obama,left,and Russia’s President Dmitry Medvedev arrive at the G8 summit. Russia believes the plan could threaten its own overcoming long traditions of mistrust.

Around the world


Twenty-nine dead, 700 flee
Seven U.S.troops among dead in Afghanistan
By Deb Riechmann and Mirwais Khan chief of the Afghan border police in the bers died in the bombing.
as gang battles hit west Mexico THE ASSOCIATED PRESS province. The international military coalition report-
MORELIA, Mexico — A gunbattle “Two months ago, we cleared this area of ed that one additional NATO service member
between rival drug gangs in western KABUL, Afghanistan — Nine NATO serv- terrorists, but still they are active there,” was killed Thursday when a helicopter
Mexico left 29 bullet-ridden bodies in fake ice members were killed Thursday in Raziq said. crashed in the east.
military uniforms heaped across a roadway Afghanistan, including seven U.S. troops The Taliban claimed responsibility for the U.S. officials said seven American soldiers
and inside bullet-riddled vehicles in the among eight who died when a powerful blast. were killed in the bombing. NATO said an
Pacific coast state of Nayarit, the army said bomb exploded in a field where they were “A bomb was planted for them in a field,” eighth soldier was also killed, but his nation-
Thursday. patrolling on foot, officials said. Taliban spokesman Qari Yousef Ahmadi told ality was not immediately released.
The bodies, all male, were found Two Afghan policemen also died and two the Associated Press in a telephone call. It was the deadliest day for coalition forces
Wednesday scattered around 14 shot-up others were wounded in the explosion in the A U.S. official, speaking on condition in Afghanistan since April 27, when a veter-
pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles, two mountainous Shorabak district of Kandahar of anonymity because he was not author- an Afghan military pilot opened fire at Kabul
of which had bulletproofing. province, 12 miles (19 kilometers) from the ized to disclose the information, con- airport and killed eight U.S. troops and an
Pakistan border, said Gen. Abdul Raziq, firmed that seven American service mem- American civilian contractor.

STATE GOVERNMENT
• The Assembly passed Assembly Bill 183, authored by
Assemblywoman Fiona Ma, D-San Francisco, on a 48-25 vote.
AB 183 will prohibit the sale of alcoholic beverages at a self-
service checkout stands.
Assembly Bill 183 will now move to the Senate and is expect-
ed to be heard in June.
• The Assembly passed Assembly Bill 74, authored by Ma, to
ensure that safety guidelines are met before large events like
raves are hosted on state property. The Assembly passed the bill
by a vote of 72-0.
AB 74 will now move on to the Senate where it is expected to be heard in June. Ma rep-
resents Daly City, where the Cow Palace is located.
THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Friday • May 27, 2011 9
The meaning of Memorial Day Other voices
of placing American flags at soldiers’

F
or many, Memorial Day marks
the beginning of summer. The
three-day weekend to break
Editorial grave sites.
This year, the town of Hillsborough End state commissions
out the barbecue, begin to wear white, the dead from all American wars. will be holding its second annual — The (Riverside) Press-Enterprise
head to the beach with family and Once known as “Decoration Day,” it Memorial Day Parade beginning
maybe, just maybe, break out Old 10:30 a.m. at Town Hall. The parade

A
was traditionally observed on May 30. state in chronic budget trouble should not waste
Glory for a spin in the blustery winds Now it is on the last Monday in May will go from Town Hall to North money on unnecessary bureaucracy. Taxpayers will
of May. For some, Memorial Day is to create the three-day weekend. School. Local cemeteries — including never believe legislators are serious about fiscal
something to “celebrate” as it means a Around Memorial Day, Veterans of Golden Gate Cemetery in San Bruno responsibility as long as the state protects needless boards and
day off from work and some sales at Foreign Wars members and American — will also host morning events. commissions while cutting basic public services. The
local auto dealers or retailers. Over Legion Auxiliary volunteers distribute At one time, there were more Legislature should support the governor’s plan to eliminate a
the years, Memorial Day has shifted red poppies in exchange for donations parades and large-scale community host of state government panels.
in its meaning. Some believe it is a remembrances. Those days are waning Gov. Jerry Brown last week proposed to scrap 43 state
to programs that aid disabled veterans.
day to remember all those who have as many of us relish the much-needed boards, commissions, task forces, offices and departments.
The tradition began after World War I Some of the panels have outlived their usefulness, while others
passed. That sentiment may be nice, was inspired by the poem “In Flanders day off to spend time with loved ones.
are redundant or unnecessary, the governor argues. Brown said
but it is not the true meaning of the Field” which described the wild red But the sacrifice of those who died in the changes would save the state a total of $82.7 million
day. poppies growing on a Belgian battle- service for our country should be through next fiscal year, though only about half the savings
Memorial Day is a day of remem- field. Wearing a red poppy soon remembered, and that remembrance would come from the state’s deficit-ridden general fund.
brance for U.S. soldiers who died in became tradition in memory of the should be more than just a family get- The savings, of course, will not do much to close the state’s
military service. It was first observed sacrifices of war. Another tradition is together or a day in the park. At the remaining $9.6 billion shortfall through mid-2012. But such
in 1868, when flowers were placed on to fly American flags at half-staff in very least, we should all take a cuts have a symbolic value beyond mere dollars to taxpayers,
graves of Union and Confederate sol- memory, then have the living raise moment to reflect upon those who who are deeply skeptical of the Legislature’s financial manage-
diers at Arlington National Cemetery. them at noon as a symbol of carrying died in service and explain what the ment.
It later changed from honoring the on. In recent years, Girl Scouts and day means to our children. It is a tra- Brown clearly has an ulterior motive. He wants to show
dead from the Civil War to honoring Boy Scouts have began the tradition dition worth carrying on. Californians he is serious about cutting state costs, in hopes of
convincing voters to back his plan to extend temporary tax
hikes for five years. But regardless of political considerations,
the governor is also right to call for paring back an overgrown
state government.

Letters to the editor Consider the Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board, one
of the panels targeted for extinction by the governor’s budget.
The board handles appeals in disputes over unemployment and
disability benefit claims. Six of the board’s seven members are
former legislators, now collecting $128,109 a year each —
Cal Water working to meet a CMP that would achieve water use you ever look for the positive? Mr. more than they were paid in the Legislature. Administrative
of 121 gallons per capita per day Foti, do you enjoy looking at your law judges already hear unemployment insurance cases and
San Mateo’s water needs (gpcd) district-wide by 2015, 10 gpcd photos? Maybe you should be going appeals. There is no need for a separate appeals board, other
Editor, lower than required by state law. after men who have had a vasectomy. than to provide termed-out politicians with a sinecure.
A recent article (“Water goals out of We truly value our relationship with The killing of live sperm, now that’s a Backers of the boards and commissions contend that many
the city, and we look forward to fur- picture. of the panels cost little, and are funded by federal money or
sync” in the May 23 edition of the
thering communication with the city Negative campaigning against avail- fees on industry. But that argument misses the point: If the
Daily Journal) suggests that California groups serve no necessary public purpose, it does not matter
Water Service Company (Cal Water) and continuing to work together to able medical treatment for women is
meet our customers’ needs. not beneficial to anyone. who pays for them. The federal government and businesses
has not done its due diligence in plan- should not have to pay for needless government any more than
ning for San Mateo’s future water the average California taxpayer should. And any necessary
needs, and this is absolutely incorrect. public functions of these bodies can be handled by existing
Tony Carrasco Janet Borgens
Cal Water is committed to providing public agencies, without the need for additional bureaucracy.
a reliable supply of high-quality water District manager, California Water Redwood City
If anything, the governor could go even further: Former gov-
to its customers, both now and for Service Company ernor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s California Performance
generations to come. Company repre- Review in 2004 recommended consolidating or eliminating
sentatives have attended San Mateo 117 of 339 state boards and commissions. Brown’s modest
City Council and Planning Planned Parenthood Memorial Day and graduations plan still leaves plenty of state government fat to trim.
Commission meetings, and have Editor, Editor, But even a start on streamlining state government is worth-
offered to meet with city staff to dis- I am sick and tired of hearing the The convergence of Memorial Day while. A state that struggles to pay its bills should not be
cuss issues including supply reliabili- negative and misleading comments and the graduation ceremonies throwing money at nonessential bureaucracy.
ty, demand projections and conserva- regarding Planned Parenthood. On throughout our cities at this time of
tion.
Cal Water has drafted an Urban
record, I am pro-life, pro-child, pro-
choice. Planned Parenthood has been a
the year is a reminder of the noble
sacrifices our armed forces have
always made to provide a better world
Deficits? Go after
Water Management Plan (UWMP) and
Conservation Master Plan (CMP) to
ensure there are sufficient water sup-
place where many young women go
for health issues, education, guidance
and medical checkups. Issues that
and better opportunities for future gen-
erations.
the local scofflaws
plies for customers. Our draft UWMP effect “our” health. It is with a feeling of true gratitude — Long Beach Press-Telegram
outlines integrated water supply Letter writers Ross Foti and Jack and respect that one thanks our veter-

H
options and demand management Hickey have no idea and really it’s ans for their selflessness; and at the ere’s some easy money for cities strapped for cash:
strategies, including water transfers none of your business! With the high same time encourages all our young Go after the slobs who park illegally in spaces
and exchanges, that will help meet cost of medical insurance, if it were graduates to stay true to their hopes reserved for the handicapped.
future demand in San Mateo, even not for Planned Parenthood many and dreams and never forget those They are easy to find. San Francisco has more drivers with
during dry years. Cal Water’s UWMPs young college students or single moth- who have gone before them — and parking placards than it has parking meters, and loses an esti-
are updated every five years to account ers would have no place to go for continue to serve today — to keep mated $15 million a year in parking revenue because of plac-
for changed circumstances such as checkups. their dreams alive. ard misuse. The same thing is going on in your city.
population growth projections. We are I am sick and tired that some feel What’s worse is that people who need the parking often
also diligently working to establish the need to continue to bash agencies can’t find it, and for some it’s more than an inconvenience. A
Michael Traynor chronic heart ailment or severe breathing disability makes it a
conservation programs that will reduce with disgusting photos and ugly and
Burlingame serious matter to find parking near a doctor’s office.
pressure on supplies and have adopted uneducated comments. Mr. Hickey, do
Why not enforce the rules? Some public officials say they
have higher priorities, but if so, then do it for the money. Palo
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Dow 12,402.76 +0.07% 10-Yr Bond 3.0610% -0.0680


Nasdaq 2,782.92 +0.78% Oil (per barrel) 100.10
Stocks edge up
By Daniel Wagner
Wall Street
S&P 500 1,325.69 +0.40% Gold 1,519.50 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Big movers
Signs of a sluggish economic recovery expectations. The jewelry maker also Stocks that moved substantially or traded
sent government bond yields to their raised its forecast for the year above cur- heavily Thursday on the New York Stock
Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
lowest level in a year Thursday. But rent Wall Street estimates. NYSE
strong earnings and a plea to push The Standard & Poor’s 500 index rose Guess Inc.,up $4.47 at $44.57
Microsoft’s CEO aside helped push 5.22, or 0.4 percent, to 1,325.69. The The clothing chain reported first-quarter
stocks higher. Nasdaq composite rose 21.54, or 0.8 per- earnings that beat expectations.
cent, to 2,782.92. Xinyuan Real Estate Co.Ltd.,up 33 cents at $2.25
Microsoft Corp. rose 2 percent after The Chinese real estate developer announced
well-known hedge-fund manager David In a revised look at economic growth, its first dividend of 10 cents per share.
Einhorn called for the tech giant’s board the government reported that the U.S. Tiffany & Co.,up $6 at $76.04
to replace CEO Steve Ballmer. Einhorn economy grew 1.8 percent in the The jewelry maker said its first-quarter profit
January-March quarter. Economists rose on higher revenue across all regions
was quoted as saying at a conference late worldwide.
Wednesday that Ballmer’s management expected an upward revision to 2.2 per- Computer Sciences Corp.,down $5.71 at $38.38
was keeping the company’s stock down. cent. Gasoline prices that reached $4 a The information technology contractor missed
Stocks reversed early losses and bond gallon and sharp cutbacks in government Wall Street expectations for the fourth quarter
spending hindered growth. as contract delays hurt its business.
yields remained near their lowest level in Nasdaq
a year after two reports suggested that More people applied for unemploy- Sigma Designs Inc.,down $2.26 at $8.74
the U.S. jobs market is recovering more ment benefits last week, the first increase The chip designer posted a first-quarter loss
slowly than economists anticipated. in three weeks. The number of people from a year ago as revenue declined and
seeking benefits rose by 10,000 to operating expenses went up.
The Dow Jones industrial average rose Ascena Retail Group Inc.,up $2.31 at $33.01
8.10 points to close at 12,402.76. It was 424,000. Analysts expected a drop. The operator of Dressbarn and Maurices
the second day of gains for the Dow after Employers stepped up hiring this clothing stores said its third-quarter profit rose
three days of losses driven by new con- spring, but some economists worry that 8 percent on increased sales.
rising applications for unemployment NetApp,up $3.58 at $55.31
cerns about Greece’s debt crisis. A BMO Capital analyst upgraded the computer
Tiffany & Co. rose 8 percent, the most benefits suggest that the hiring is network company’s shares after it posted
of any stock in the S&P 500 index, after uneven. The next look at the job market earnings that beat expectations.
the company said its income rose 25 per- comes June 1, when payroll processor Lululemon Athletica Inc.,down $5.83 at $91.75
ADP provides its monthly employment An FBR Capital Markets analyst downgraded
cent on higher revenue across all the yoga gear maker’s shares saying any
regions. The results easily beat analysts’ report. earnings “glitch”could lead to a sell-off.

More people applying for jobless benefits


By Christopher S. Rugaber hiring but are likely holding back until
How states fared THE ASSOCIATED PRESS they’re more comfortable and confident
with the current economic environment.”
The number of people seeking unemployment Still, the four week average, a less
benefits rose last week,the first increase in three WASHINGTON — More people
weeks and a sign the job market is still weak. applied for unemployment benefits last volatile measure, declined for the first
Unemployment applications increased 10,000 week, the first increase in three weeks and time in seven weeks to 438,500.
to 424,000,the Labor Department said. evidence that the job market is still slug- Employers stepped up hiring this
Here are the states with the biggest increases
and decreased in claims.The figures are for the gish. spring, but some economists worry that
week ending May 14, one week behind the The number of people seeking benefits rising applications indicate hiring is slow-
national data: rose by 10,000 to a seasonally adjusted ing.
States with the biggest declines: 424,000, the Labor Department said A separate report showed that the econ-
California: Down 6,828, due to fewer layoffs in
the service industry Thursday. No states cited extreme weath- omy grew 1.8 percent in the January-
Michigan: Down 6,740, due to fewer layoffs in er as a factor in the increase, a department March quarter, a slowdown from the 3.1
the auto industry spokesman said. Tornadoes and floods percent annual pace recorded in the
New York: Down 2,569, due to fewer layoffs in October-December period. Consumer
transportation and services have devastated several states in the
Alabama: Down 2,093, due to fewer layoffs in Midwest and South in the past month. spending grew at a much slower pace, as
the food, construction, textiles and apparel Applications are above the 375,000 shoppers were held back by high unem-
industries level that is consistent with sustainable ployment and $4 a gallon gas.
Wisconsin:Down 2,079,no reason given
North Carolina:Down 1,830,due to fewer layoffs job growth. Applications peaked at So far, the economy has been generat-
in the food,construction,leather goods,textile 659,000 during the recession. ing jobs at a healthy pace this year.
and furniture industries “The job market isn’t exactly improv- Businesses have added a net total of more
State with the biggest increase: ing with leaps and bounds,” Jennifer Lee, than 250,000 jobs per month, on average,
Florida: Up 1,340, due to layoffs in the
construction, manufacturing and service an economist at BMO Capital Markets, in the past three months, the fastest hiring
industries,and in agriculture said in a note to clients. “Businesses are spree in five years.

Energy prices held back growth in first quarter


By Martin Crutsinger Most economists think the economy is from a tax break that lets profitable
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS growing only slightly better in the cur- businesses write off large capital
rent April-June quarter. Consumers expenditures right away rather than
WASHINGTON — High gasoline remain squeezed by gas prices, scant pay gradually.
prices, government budget cuts and increases and a depressed housing mar- But economists caution that their
weaker-than-expected consumer spend- ket. brighter outlook could be derailed if oil
ing caused the economy to grow only Analysts estimate that growth has prices head higher or if financial mar-
weakly in the first three months of the accelerated slightly to around 2.5 per- kets are jolted by Europe’s debt crisis or
year. cent in the current April-June quarter. a failure by Congress to raise the gov-
The Commerce Department estimated For the entire year, they think the econo- ernment’s borrowing authority this sum-
Thursday that the economy grew at an my will grow around 3 percent. That mer.
annual rate of 1.8 percent in the January- would be little changed from the 2.9 per- “I think consumers will hang on and
March quarter. That was the same as its cent growth in 2010. start to do their part to lift the economy,”
first estimate a month ago. Growth is expected to improve mod- said Mark Zandi, chief economist at
Consumer spending grew at just half estly in the second half of 2011 as Moody’s Analytics. “The job market is
the rate of the previous quarter. And a stepped-up hiring helps stimulate con- improving, and more job growth means
surge in imports widened the U.S. trade sumer and business spending. more income growth and that will help
deficit. Companies are also benefiting this year spending.”

Google launches trial of tap-to-pay phone system


By Petr Svensson companies and Visa, which all want to There has been talk of smart payment
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS play a central role in tying together systems for years. Google faces the
phones, retailers and banks into a new same hurdles that have stifled previous
NEW YORK — Google Inc. launched payment system. trials. The new Google Wallet will ini-
its bid to dominate a world where the Google said Thursday that it’s launch- tially work on only one smartphone, the
smartphone has replaced the wallet as ing a trial of its payment system in San Google Nexus S 4G carried by Sprint
the container for credit cards, coupons Francisco and New York in cooperation Nextel Corp. It will connect only to
and receipts. with MasterCard and Citibank. It is MasterCard PayPass terminals. There
It’s a vision shared by others. The opening it up to consumers in the sum- are more than 135,000 of those in U.S.
Internet search and advertising company mer. It then plans to expand across the stores and restaurants, but that’s only a
faces tough competition from cellphone country. small fraction of the total number.
THE DAILY JOURNAL AUTO Friday • May 27, 2011 11
Honda sees near-normal
U.S.production in August
By Tom Krisher
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

DETROIT — Honda’s North American factories will return


to near-normal production in August, the company said
Thursday, much faster than expected following supply disrup-
tions.
The flow of auto parts was interrupted after Japanese facto-
ries were damaged by a huge earthquake and tsunami on
March 11, or stricken by the power outages that followed.
Shortages have affected nearly every carmaker, but have
struck hardest at Honda Motor Co. and Toyota Motor Corp.
Last month, Honda cut production to about half the normal
level because of falling parts supplies. It warned dealers of

Auto versus manual


Mini Cooper and the Chevrolet Camaro compared — really
model shortages and said full production might not resume
until the end of the year.
But Honda now says that the situation in Japan is improv-
ing. Factories can ramp up to full production on a plant-by-
plant basis — except for those that build the new Civic com-
pact.
As a result, the severity of model shortages this month will
not be as bad as expected.
By Brian Grabionowski charged, front-wheel drive, weighing there’s a second of hesitation. It’s almost “This will go a long way toward alleviating the shortages at
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT approximately one and a half tons; the as if the car wants to make sure you dealerships,” said spokesman Ed Miller. “It’s very good news
Camaro, 400-422 horsepower (depend- know what you’re doing; and it’s not for dealers.”
There’s something to be said for the ing on the transmission), naturally aspi- turbo lag, it’s straight acceleration. This Toyota is also ramping up. Earlier this month it said that it
part of a car that makes the difference rated, rear-wheel drive, weighing almost in no way suggests that the Mini isn’t an would be able to crank up North American production faster
between an enjoyable journey, and a ride two tons. How do they drive with either absolutely brilliant car to drive. Once it than expected, returning to 70 percent of normal levels in
that you want to end so badly you want transmission? picks up and realizes you want to go fast, June. The company cut production to about 30 percent of nor-
to rip your arm off and shove it into the The manual Camaro is a sporty mus- it keeps you happy. mal in May by idling factories for several days or reducing
engine to make it jam up and explode. cle car, the perfect blend of performance The automatic Mini takes care of that hours of operation. It had also warned dealers to expect short-
It’s also the difference between driving and style. It shifts smoothly with a problem with throttle response. ages of some models well into the summer and said full pro-
along the coast, soaking in the view, and clutch pedal that depresses and expands Acceleration is more fun and altogether duction may not come until late this year.
not constantly being bothered by revs like a well oiled spring, has lots of power driving it isn’t necessarily better but def- Rebecca Lindland, senior analyst for the IHS Automotive
and extra pedals. in higher revs, everything you want in a initely not worse. The automatic Mini consulting firm, cautioned that it will take a while for supplies
The transmission, automatic or manu- performance car. Driving the automatic, still lets you feel the limited slip differ- to be abundant again, especially for small cars and those made
al, tiptronic or SMG, is one of the most however, is like trying to surf without a ential kick in when taking corners at only in Japan.
important parts of a car, and should board: Something’s not there. high speeds, just like its manual brother. That also means automakers will be reluctant to offer deals,
always be considered ever so slightly The automatic version is almost exact- You will hear a lot of debate on which at least for a month or two.
more than the engine. Transmissions are ly the same in every way. It accelerates is better: Manuals give the car more
expensive, complex machines, and the same, feels the same and looks the power, automatic is better to have in traf-
deserve the utmost respect. Depending same. However, there’s something miss- fic, etc. The absolute bottom line is how
on how you work it, the transmission can ing. It feels lifeless to drive, almost bor- you drive. Whether you think the manu-
give you more or less power, and more ing. All in all, the automatic Camaro al is harder to operate, or the automatic
or less miles to your dollar. leaves something to be desired — like a is giving you worse gas mileage, the end
The two cars in question: 2008 Mini spirit. thing to consider is this: Driving style
Cooper Clubman S and a 2010 The Mini offers a different experience. and preference are the only factors that
Chevrolet Camaro SS. The manual Mini has some lack of go into deciding whether you want a
The cars are polar opposites of each immediate throttle response. Pressing on manual or an automatic; they are judge,
other: The Mini, 172-horsepower, turbo- the pedal doesn’t make it go right away, jury and executioner.
NBA FINALS SET: MIAMI PULLS AHEAD LATE, PUTS AN END TO CHICAGO’S TITLE HOPES >>> PAGE 14
Friday, May 27, 2011

<< Giants’ offense disappears in loss to Marlins, page 13


• Clijsters ousted at French Open, page 16

Buster Posey injures


his leg during
Wednesday’s game
against the Marlins
following a collision
at home plate.

By Antonio Gonzalez disabled list with a fractured bone in his was playing dominoes or card games.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS lower left leg, likely ending his season Hard to imagine a more important
and putting a major dent in the Giants’ position player than Posey to replace.
SAN FRANCISCO — Buster Posey chances of a repeat. Posey was on his Posey has been San Francisco’s
was carted through a tunnel at AT&T way for a scheduled MRI to make sure cleanup hitter, a team leader in the
Park on Thursday, a makeshift cast cov- there wasn’t more damage. clubhouse and key cog behind the plate
ering his left ankle and no emotion on “You just don’t replace a guy like for one of baseball’s best rotations. The
his face. Buster Posey,” said Giants manager reigning NL Rookie of the Year was
Not exactly the exit the cornerstone Bruce Bochy, a former catcher who was batting .284 with four home runs and
of the World Series champion so stricken by the news he called on 21 RBIs, just finding his groove in the
JULIO LARA/ DAILY Giants wanted this season. Major League Baseball to review rule midst of a 13-game hitting streak to
JOURNAL STAFF A night after Florida’s changes for collisions at the plate. move the Giants into first place in the
Scott Cousins crashed As word spread throughout the NL West.
The burden of into him at home “It’s part of baseball, I understand
Posey’s injury Giants clubhouse, players began to
plate, San come to grips with what Posey’s injury that, guys running into catchers. Being
falls on the Francisco’s a catcher, I’ve been in a few of them.
shoulders of meant.
s t a r The normally blaring speakers near You’re in harm’s way there,” Bochy
Giants catcher said. “I think we do need to consider
management bearded closer Brian Wilson’s locker
was put were uncharacteristically silent.
who will need to on the See POSEY, Page 16
find a Televisions were turned off. No one
replacement for
their superstar
catcher.

Putting it all together for CCS Experience,plus outstanding pitching and


hitting,has Menlo baseball and Capuchino
softball on brink of section championships
By Nathan Mollat Central Coast Section championship games
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Saturday — No. 3 Menlo (25-5) takes on No. 8
Santa Cruz (15-14) at 4 p.m. in the Division III
There is a train of thought among sports fans title game at San Jose’s Municipal Stadium,
who believe a team must learn to win before it while No. 2 Capuchino (22-6) faces No. 1 Santa
captures a championship. A good team will Catalina (22-3) at 10 a.m. at PAL Stadium in San
make a natural progression over the course of Jose.
several seasons — sometimes stumbling along Both teams advanced to the title game last
the way — before reaching the top. year and finished on opposite ends of the spec-
It’s not always that easy in the high school trum. Menlo beat Hillsdale 8-2 for its first sec-
game, however. Coaches talk about five-year tion championship since 2004. Capuchino, on
plans to build a program, but lineups and rosters the other hand, lost 2-1 to Valley Christian. It
— and most definitely performances — can was the Mustangs first finals appearance since
change from year to year. 2002 and denied them their first title since end-
DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS FILE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS FILE
The Menlo School baseball team and ing its five-year championship run from 1993
Cap catcher Jamie Navarro, the PAL Bay’s Jake Bruml epitomizes Menlo’s complete
Capuchino softball squad both have plenty of 1997.
Player of the Year, has jumped started the game. Bruml is equally effective on the
experience as they head into their respective
Mustangs’offense all season long. See CCS, Page 16 mound as he is at the plate.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Friday • May 27, 2011 13

Marlins’ Sanchez out-duels Giants


By Antonio Gonzalez Marlins 1, Giants 0 the finale with one out in the first, setting the settled into a groove. He retired 14 of the next 15
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS stage for Huff to do some damage. But he batters until pinch-hitter Pat Burrell walked with
Giants last July 29 in his grounded into a double play to end the inning, a one out in the eighth.
SAN FRANCISCO — Florida Marlins owner previous appearance in San familiar theme throughout the day. The Marlins blew plenty of chances, too.
Jeffrey Loria stood at the center of the visiting Francisco. Aaron Rowand doubled with one out in the The biggest came in the seventh when they
clubhouse, holding a Marlins cap in his hand “I like the city. We come second but was stranded when Miguel Tejada loaded the bases with two outs against
and flashing a smile behind his sunglasses. just once a year. I try to struck out swinging and Eli Whiteside — filling Vogelsong before Coghlan flied out to left field.
He was clearly the happiest person at AT&T enjoy it,” Sanchez said. in for Posey at catcher — grounded out. Huff, This was the fourth time the Giants were shut
Park. Logan Morrison’s RBI who replaced Posey in the cleanup spot, went 0 out this season, and the fifth time the Marlins
single in the sixth inning off for 4 with two strikeouts, a double play and a have held an opponent scoreless.
With the home fans still stunned and grieving
Ryan Vogelsong scored groundout with the tying run at second in the
over the injury to star catcher Buster Posey, NOTES: Marlins SS Hanley Ramirez sat out
ninth.
Anibal Sanchez threw a five-hitter for another Anibal Sanchez Chris Coghlan for the only Chris Coghlan led off the sixth with a double
with a right foot contusion he sustained a night
complete game in San Francisco to lead the run. Vogelsong (3-1) struck earlier. Rodriguez said he doesn’t expected
out three and scattered eight hits in eight innings and Emilio Bonifacio’s sacrifice bunt moved
Marlins to a 1-0 win Thursday and cap a three- him to third. Morrison followed with a bloop Ramirez to miss any more time. ... Promising
game sweep. for his first loss in six starts on a difficult day to prospect Brandon Belt was recalled from Triple-
take the mound. single to center field to give the Marlins a 1-0
“The sweep here against a good team is great,” lead. A Fresno, one of a series of moves the Giants
“I think it was tough. I knew it was tough for made before the game. Giants manager Bruce
Florida manager Edwin Rodriguez said. “The “We knew it was going to be a challenge to get
me,” Vogelsong said. “I was just trying to get us
down side is what happened the other night some runs,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. Bochy said he expected Belt to play primarily in
going early.”
(Posey’s injury). Other than that, a good three Freddy Sanchez doubled with one out in the “Our guy did what we were hoping. We’re going the outfield. Belt was San Francisco’s opening
wins.” Giants ninth before Aubrey Huff and Cody Ross to have to start coming through. We can’t live on day first baseman before he struggled and was
Sanchez (4-1) struck out eight and walked two grounded out. the edge here every night.” sent back down to the minors. ... The announced
for his fifth career complete game and second The Giants had runners on first and second in Emmanuel Burriss singled and stole second attendance was 41,472, the 21st straight sellout
this season. He pitched a one-hitter against the with two outs in the Giants third, then Sanchez to start the season for San Francisco.

A’s beat Angels to split four-game series


By Beth Harris
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
A’s 4, Angels 3 “In the sixth, I was just a rally-killer — chop-
ping a ball to third base. I didn’t really stick
he had in his previous start against Atlanta.
The 11 hits are the most allowed by an Angels
three to beat the Angels for with my game plan, and that hurt us right starter this season. The right-hander struck out
ANAHEIM — The Oakland Athletics, the first time in six career there.” three and walked none for the second straight
starved for runs most of the month, finally got starts. But Trumbo helped the Angels avoid the game while falling short in a bid to notch his
some, with every player notching a hit against “My stuff wasn’t partic- shutout, hitting a three-run homer off Grant 100th career victory.
the Los Angeles Angels. ularly better today than it Balfour with two outs in the ninth. “After he had given up a couple of runs, his
Brett Anderson tossed three-hit ball over was on other days, I just The Angels’ Torii Hunter, who had a hit and stuff picked up a little bit and he looked like
eight scoreless innings and Andy LaRoche mixed and matched well,” an RBI in each of his previous six games, he got his second wind,” Scioscia said about
drove in three runs to help the last-place A’s he said. “I can’t give failed to extend the longest such stretch of his Pineiro. “But I just don’t know that he had the
win 4-3 on Thursday. enough credit to my career, going 0 for 3 with a walk. command that he’s shown us, and he definite-
The A’s split their four-game series with the Brett Anderson defense behind me, it was The Angels’ only hits off Anderson were a ly missed some spots in that inning where
second-place Angels, who fell to 4-7 in their unbelievable. The defense single by Erick Aybar in the second inning, a they bunched those three runs.”
past 11 games. was spectacular all day.” double by Maicer Izturis in the sixth and a sin- The A’s extended their lead to 4-0 with three
“It’s good to finish the series with two out of The left-hander had been 0-3 in his previous gle by Alberto Callaspo in the seventh. runs in the fourth. Josh Willingham led off
three wins,” LaRoche said. “Hopefully, it will five starts. Anderson finally got some run sup- “Anderson pitched a good game and kept us with a single before Mark Ellis singled with
give us some momentum going home and it port from his teammates, who had supplied down all afternoon,” Angels manager Mike two outs. LaRoche followed with a double to
will carry over. We’re starting to see signs of two runs or less in seven of his previous 10 Scioscia said. “He just was ahead in the count left field, scoring Willingham and Ellis. He
life from our offense. As long as our pitchers starts this season. all game. We had some opportunities to chip scored on Cliff Pennington’s single.
continue to do the same job they’ve been “He’s not overpowering, but he can sneak into their lead and we just couldn’t get one or Oakland led 1-0 in the second on LaRoche’s
doing, hopefully our offense will start to liven his fastball in there a little bit,” said Mark two runs across early.” groundout to third that scored former Angel
up a little bit.” Trumbo, who was 0 for 3 against Anderson. Joel Pineiro (2-1) gave up 11 hits and four Hideki Matsui, who singled to lead off the
Anderson (3-4) struck out four and walked runs in 6 1-3 innings — the same three totals inning.

Raiders rookie Wisniewski, teammates pool efforts


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “So it’s a blessing that (quarterback) hasn’t tried to contact me,” Stefen you a little bit of a chance to get adjust- ber) band work,” said Competitive
Jason (Campbell) has been here to go Wisniewski said. “It’s weird, but this is ed to the speed of the game, but if you Edge Sports founder Chip Smith,
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. — over the blocking schemes and stuff a strange time in the NFL.” take that away, all you have is training who’s hosting the camp with Seymour.
Rookie center Stefen Wisniewski is try- like that. Getting on the field has been Oakland linebacker Quentin Groves camp. “Some of these guys can’t swim. That’s
ing to learn the Oakland Raiders’ great.” can’t imagine what it’s like to be a “And what if we don’t have training OK. We put flotation devices on them,
offense without a playbook. Defensive tackle Richard Seymour, rookie under these circumstances. camp? They’ll just get thrown out there but hopefully we teach them a life
And if that’s not bizarre enough, the who lives in the metropolitan area, No official mini-camp. No official on the field. That’ll be tough.” skill.”
second-round draft pick from Penn organized the mini-camp. offseason training activities. About 25 players participated in the Wisniewski can swim, so that’s no
State spent a couple of hours Thursday Wisniewski would likely be working “It kind of takes away from the rook- pool session, which was designed as a concern. Getting an understanding of
working with teammates at an indoor at the Raiders’ team headquarters in ie experience with the vets yelling at cross-training recovery workout after the playbook is a different matter.
pool in suburban Atlanta. Alameda, Calif. — alongside his uncle, you. ’Hey, rook. You got all that money. two days on the field and in the weight That’s where Campbell comes in.
Such is life during the NFL lockout. assistant offensive line coach Steve Now it’s time to show up,”’ Groves room. After playing last year under offensive
“It’s crazy. I haven’t even been out Wisniewski. Now Stefan Wisniewski said. “Now you’re talking about these “It’s just getting them moving, get- coordinator-turned-head coach Hue
(to Oakland) because the lockout ended isn’t even allowed to talk to him. rookies just getting thrown into the fire. ting their heart rate up and then we fin- Jackson, Campbell knows what’s
the day I was drafted,” Wisniewski said. “I haven’t tried to contact him and he Mini-camp, OTAs — those things give ish off with the (heavy resistance rub- expected of Wisniewski on the field.
14 Friday • May 27, 2011 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Miami closes out Chicago


Furious 18-3 run in the final minutes of regulation give
Miami’s Big Three a shot at their first NBA title,to face Dallas
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS For Miami’s Big The Bulls looked like they were in
Three, this was the good shape up 77-65 with about three
CHICAGO — LeBron James, plan right from the minutes to go, but Wade started the
Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh joined start. The Heat had deciding run with a runner and layup.
to win a championship. Well, now they their difficulties A 3 by James pulled Miami within 77-
have their shot. along the way, but 72 with 2:07 left. Rose then scored on
James scored 28 points, Wade added look at them now. a spin move in the lane, but fouled
21, and they led a furious rally in the They just knocked Wade as he nailed a 3, resulting in a
final minutes as the Miami Heat elim- off the team that four-point play.
inated Derrick Rose and the Chicago Lebron James won more games Then, after a miss by Rose, James
Bulls 83-80 in Game 5 of the Eastern than any other, that tied it at 79 with another 3 with 1:01
Conference finals on Thursday. boasted the league’s MVP in Rose and remaining, sending a loud groan
James and Wade were simply spec- sent expectations soaring around through the arena.
tacular down the stretch, each scoring Chicago in a way not seen since James buried another jumper to put
eight during a game-ending 18-3 run Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen Miami ahead 81-79 with 29.5 seconds
as Miami wiped out a 12-point deficit were racking up championships. left. Rose immediately got fouled by
to win the series. Rose led Chicago with 25 points but James, but missed the second free
Now, the Heat are headed back to the hit just 9 of 29 shots. He fouled Wade throw after making the first.
NBA finals for the first time since on a key four-point play and missed a Kurt Thomas then tipped the
2006, and in a fitting twist, they’ll be tying free throw with 26.7 seconds inbounds pass, but the Heat recovered,
facing the Mavericks. Back then, with left. leading to two free throws for Bosh.
Wade leading the way, Miami beat James had 11 rebounds and six The Bulls still had one more chance to
Dallas to capture the championship. assists. Wade’s late surge helped tie it, but Kyle Korver got doubled up
REUTERS
This time, it’ll be James and Dirk negate his nine turnovers. Bosh added top and passed to Rose on the wing.
Nowitzki going for their first rings. 20 points and 10 rebounds as the Heat His 3-pointer got blocked by James, Miami Heat's Chris Bosh slams two points home against the
The Heat will host Game 1 on pulled out a dramatic win. with Udonis Haslem doubling him as Chicago Bulls during Game 5 of the Eastern Conference
Tuesday night. time expired. Finals.The Heat pulled ahead late to close out the series.

Sharks looking to take Bruins, Lightning to


play Game 7 Friday
next step next season By Jimmy Golen
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “We’ve got a Game 7,
it’s at home,and we’re one
By Josh Dubow that margin for error?” BEDFORD, Mass. — The Boston Bruins
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wilson asked. “Everything thought they excised the specter of last sea- game away from the
starts draining upon your son’s postseason collapse when they finished Stanley Cup finals.Why
SAN JOSE — From separated shoulders for tank. Other teams got to rest
Joe Thornton and Ryane Clowe, to broken their players and we were
off the Philadelphia Flyers in the Eastern
Conference semifinals this year.
shouldn’t we be excited?”
pinkies, sprained ankles, wrenched knees and getting more mileage on the Yet here they are again, one round later, try- — Claude Julien,Boston coach
broken noses, the injury report for the San Jose odometer.” ing to turn back another comeback.
Sharks is extensive after their quest for the The most notable injury The Bruins will play the Tampa Bay fans are ready to get comfortable when the
Stanley Cup ended in the Western Conference was Thornton’s separated Lightning in Game 7 of the conference finals team gets a big lead.
final for the second straight year. Doug Wilson shoulder that knocked him on Friday night, with the winner earning a In Game 4, with Boston already leading the
Those ailments are a sign that the Sharks have out of Game 4. Thornton, series 2-1, the Bruins opened up a 3-0 lead
chance to play the Vancouver Canucks for the
learned the price it takes to make it through the who was already dealing with a broken left before allowing five unanswered goals. The
Stanley Cup. But Boston could have avoided a
NHL playoffs. The task next year will be to use pinkie sustained late in the regular season, Bruins also led 3-2 in the series, with a 2-1 lead
winner-take-all predicament if it had merely
that knowledge to make it to the Stanley Cup returned to play more than 32 minutes in the after one period of Game 6 on Wednesday
protected a three-goal lead in Game 4; scored
final for the first time in franchise history and Game 5 loss. night, before the Lightning scored three in a
more than one power-play goal a week in the
win it all. He and Clowe were far from alone among the row and eventually won 5-4.
playoffs; or kept Tampa Bay from scoring, as That sent the teams back to Boston for Game
“This year more than any other year since I’ve injured. Defenseman Dan Boyle played through
often as not, in the first 90 seconds of the game. 7.
been here you can see the effects of a playoff an injured left knee that might require surgery
since late in the regular season; Jason Demers, “We’ve got a Game 7, it’s at home, and we’re “When it all comes down to one game, I
battle on our team,” said Clowe, who separated one game away from the Stanley Cup finals.
Dany Heatley and Joe Pavelski were either think the pressure is on both teams,” Bruins
his shoulder in Game 5 of the second round. Why shouldn’t we be excited?” coach Claude
slowed or sidelined by ankle injuries; Heatley forward Patrice Bergeron said. “You shouldn’t
“That’s a good sign. Guys were laying it on the Julien said Thursday after stepping off the
also broke his left hand late in the regular season; allow pressure to get into your head. Just go
line. Last year, the Chicago series when it was team charter at Hanscom Field outside of
and Scott Nichol needed 20 stitches on his knee out there and play your game.”
over, I felt like we could have had a little more. Boston. “Our guys are not discouraged or dis-
after being cut by a skate blade. Although the Bruins can call upon their
This year I felt like guys laid it out there. Guys appointed. The past is the past. We’ve got an experience in Game 7 against Montreal in the
Then there are the normal bumps and bruises
put their bodies on the line.” opportunity to win a hockey game and get into first round, Tampa Bay is much more familiar
that every player has after eight months of hock-
The Sharks spent Thursday packing up their ey. the Stanley Cup finals.” with elimination games. The Lightning fell
lockers and saying their good-byes instead of “We, like a lot of other teams, are banged up, Lightning coach Guy Boucher said he will behind the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-1 in the first
preparing for the Game 6 they had hoped to play. sore, tired, maybe more so this year than last start goalie Dwayne Roloson, who is 7-0 in his round before winning three straight to
San Jose was eliminated in five games on year after the final four,” coach Todd McLellan career in elimination games, instead of Mike advance; Wednesday’s victory over Boston
Tuesday night on a fluky goal in double overtime said. “I think that’s a real positive sign for us. We Smith, who twice came on in relief during the made them 4-0 this season in elimination
that gave Vancouver a 3-2 win. were involved in battles maybe a little bit more.” series and started Game 5. Boucher also said games.
“There’s pride and disappointment,” general This marked the second straight year the Thursday he didn’t expect Sean Bergenheim to “Everybody’s a little bit nervous but it’s a
manager Doug Wilson said. “Those are the emo- Sharks were eliminated in the conference final be able to play in Game 7. good nervous,” forward Vincent Lecavalier
tions. Not playing tonight is going to take us a after getting swept a year ago by eventual cham- The Tampa Bay forward had been leading said Thursday after arriving in Boston. “I’m
while to get over that.” pion Chicago. the league with nine goals during the playoffs definitely happy that we have been through one
While there’s been plenty of focus on the dis- The Sharks are the only team to make it this — after scoring 14 during the regular season of those before. And I know this is for the
puted call that allowed the Canucks to tie Game far in each of the past two seasons, but that’s lit- — but he missed the last two periods of Game Stanley Cup final, but when you’re in the first
5 late in regulation, the odd bounce that led to tle consolation for a franchise that has been near 5 with an undisclosed injury. round against Pittsburgh and a lot of guys this
the game-winning goal and the seven-game the top of the league the past decade but is still “He’s seeing our doctors again today,” is their first playoffs, to win that first round is a
series against Detroit that appeared to wear San looking for its first trip to the final. Boucher said. “And he’s going to have another big deal.
Jose down, for Wilson the seeds of this loss “It’s tough — top four teams two years in a evaluation tonight and tomorrow morning. And “So it’s nice that we played that Game 7.
might have been planted in a slow start to the row,” center Logan Couture said. “It’s an accom- we’ll see. But right now it doesn’t necessarily Played it so well and we’re composed. ... And
regular season. plishment for our organization but it’s not where look like something positive for us.” we won. So we’re going to take a lot from that
The lackluster opening left the Sharks in 12th we want to be. At the same time, there’s a lot of The Bruins spent most of this season trying first series.”
place in the Western Conference in mid-January organizations that would gladly switch places to forget what happened in last year’s playoffs, Although the teams finished the regular sea-
following a six-game losing streak and forced with us. To be in the conference finals two when the Flyers rallied from a 3-0 deficit to son with identical 46-25-11 records, good for
them to push so hard in the final months of the straight years is a great accomplishment. But it’s force a seventh game and then trailed 3-0 in 103 points, the Bruins have the home-ice
regular season just to make the playoffs. not where we want to be. We want to win a Game 7 before winning to advance to the con- advantage for Game 7 because they won the
“Did we drain our tank and leave ourselves Stanley Cup.” ference finals. Boston swept Philadelphia this Northeast Division while the Lightning fin-
susceptible to injuries because we didn’t build year in Round 2, but that doesn’t mean Bruins ished behind Washington in the Southeast.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Friday • May 27, 2011 15

Two decades later,Guardiola retuns to Wembley


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sampdoria at Wembley in 1992. “One of the key factors in said Monday, before repeating his
Since taking over as coach in Guardiola’s work at the intention for emphasis. “We’ll
MADRID — It’s been nearly 2008, he has helped the team per- Barcelona helm is being able to attack, yes. Yes.”
20 years since Pep Guardiola fect the type of attacking soccer make things simpler. Simplifying Guardiola also promised to
helped Barcelona win its first that Cruyff initially implemented the game is something that we attack two years ago in the final in
European Cup title at Wembley as at the club — largely by identify- really work on every day in train- Rome and, despite a nervy start,
a young midfielder. When he ing each player’s strength and ing,” Brazil fullback Daniel the team kept its promise and
returns there this week as coach knowing how to utilize it within Alves, one of Guardiola’s first overpowered United in a 2-0 vic-
of the Spanish powerhouse, it’s the system. signings, told FIFA.com. “He’s a tory.
his unflinching belief in the style “He always looked at the best very reasonable man, he knows Both Barcelona and United are
of play he learned under prede- qualities of himself, just like with the players well and knows exact- looking for a fourth European
cessor Johan Cruyff that has the his team,” Cruyff told The ly what they need.” Cup, which would equal Bayern
team on the cusp of greatness Associated Press in a recent tele- The 40-year-old Guardiola Munich and Ajax as the fourth
again. phone interview. “The big differ- knows from experience that his most successful clubs in the tour-
Barcelona will take on ence with a lot of other teams is team’s strength is playing the nament. It would be fitting for
Manchester United for Europe’s that the these types of players are Barcelona way — with strong Guardiola to match Ajax’s total,
biggest trophy for the second not very big or strong, they are upfield pressure to win the ball, since the Dutch club is where
time in three years, and another just very good footballers, they short combination passing to Cruyff learned the attacking style
victory Saturday would cement use the ball to play well. And keep possession, angled runs into first as a player and then as a
the Spanish champion’s place that’s one of the things that space to create relentless attacks coach.
among the all-time great teams. Guardiola did so good because that often end up overwhelming Frank Rijkaard led Barcelona
And no one is better suited than physically he was not strong.” the opponent. to two Spanish league trophies
Guardiola to guide Barcelona Of course, it helps to have play- It’s the only style that and the 2006 Champions League
back to London. ers like Lionel Messi, Andres Guardiola seems to know, and no title, but then lost control of the
Guardiola was in his second Iniesta and Xavi Hernandez on one expects him to adopt a cau- dressing room. Guardiola took
season with the club and playing the team. But the same talent was tious approach against United. over and got rid of Ronaldinho REUTERS
under Cruyff when the Catalan there in the two seasons before “We’ll look for the things that and Deco, while Samuel Eto’o Barcelona's coach Pep Guardiola attends a
team won the tournament for the Guardiola’s arrival, when the club will help us attack best. And we’ll left one season later despite scor- news conference at Camp Nou stadium in
first time with a 1-0 victory over went without a trophy. attack from the start,” Guardiola ing in the Rome final. Barcelona,Spain.
FRI SAT SUN MON TUE WED THU
27 28 29 30 31 1 2 MLS STANDINGS AL STANDINGS NL STANDINGS
@ Brewers @ Brewers @ Brewers @ St.Louis @ St.Louis
5:10 p.m. 5:10 p.m. 11:10 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 5:15 p.m.
@ St.Louis @ St.Louis
5:15 p.m. 5:15 p.m.
EASTERN CONFERENCE AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
CSN-BA CSN-BA CSN-BA CSN-BA CSN-BA CSN-BA CSN-BA W L T Pts GF GA East Division East Division
Houston 3 4 5 14 15 13 W L Pct GB W L Pct GB
Columbus 3 3 4 13 8 10 New York 27 21 .563 — Philadelphia 31 19 .620 —
New England 3 4 4 13 10 14 Boston 28 22 .560 — Florida 29 19 .604 1
vs.Orioles vs.Orioles vs.Orioles vs.Yankees vs.Yankees vs.Yankees Tampa Bay 26 23 .531 1 1/2 Atlanta 28 23 .549 3 1/2
Philadelphia 5 3 2 17 8 7
7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. OFF Baltimore 24 24 .500 3 New York 23 26 .469 7 1/2
CSN-CAL
D.C. 3 4 3 12 13 18 Toronto 24 25 .490 3 1/2
CSN-CAL CSN-CAL CSN-CAL CSN-CAL CSN-CAL Washington 21 28 .429 9 1/2
Toronto FC 2 4 6 12 11 17
Central Division Central Division
6/4 6/17 7/6 New York 4 2 5 17 17 10
5/28 6/11 6/25 7/2 W L Pct GB W L Pct GB
Chicago 1 4 5 8 13 17 Cleveland 30 17 .638 —
vs.NYat
St.Louis 30 21 .588 —
vs.Houston @ United @ KC @Chivas Sporting K.C. 1 6 1 4 11 18 Detroit 25 24 .510 6
@ Fire vs.Galaxy Milwaukee 27 23 .540 2 1/2
7:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. Stanford Chicago 23 28 .451 9
5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 7p.m. 7:30p.m. Cincinnati 26 25 .510 4
7:30p.m.
WESTERN CONFERENCE Kansas City
Minnesota
22
16
27
32
.449
.333
9
14 1/2
Chicago 22 26 .458 6 1/2
W L T Pts GF GA Pittsburgh 22 26 .458 6 1/2
West Division Houston 19 31 .380 10 1/2
TRANSACTIONS FRENCH OPEN Los Angeles
FC Dallas
7
6
2
3
5
3
26
21
19
14
12
10
W L Pct GB
West Division
Texas 26 24 .520 —
BASEBALL Seattle 4 4 5 17 14 12 W L Pct GB
Men’s Seeded Winners: No. 1 Rafael Nadal, No. Los Angeles 26 26 .500 1
National League 4 Andy Murray, No. 5 Robin Soderling, No. 10 Portland 5 3 2 17 13 14 San Francisco 27 22 .551 —
Seattle 24 25 .490 1 1/2
ATLANTA BRAVES—Traded RHP Rodrigo Lopez Mardy Fish,No.15 Viktor Troicki,No.16 Fernando Real Salt Lake 5 1 2 17 9 2 Arizona 25 24 .510 2
Oakland 24 27 .471 2 1/2
to the Chicago Cubs for LHP Ryan Buchter and as- Verdasco, No. 18 Gilles Simon, No. 21 Alexandr Colorado 24 24 .500 2 1/2
signed Buchter to Lynchburg (Carolina). Dolgopolov. Colorado 4 3 5 17 14 12
——— Los Angeles 22 29 .431 6
CINCINNATI REDS—Recalled RHP Daryl Thomp- Men’s Seeded Losers: No. 8 Jurgen Melzer, No. Chivas USA 3 4 3 12 11 10 San Diego 20 30 .400 7 1/2
son from Carolina (SL). Placed LHP Matt Maloney 20 Florian Meyer,No.24 Sam Querrey,No.27 Mar- San Jose 3 4 3 12 12 12
on the 15-day DL,retroactive to May 24. Thursday’s Games ———
cos Baghdatis,No.28 Nikolay Davydenko,No.32 Vancouver 1 5 5 8 12 16
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES—Activated RHP Jose Kevin Anderson. Baltimore 6,Kansas City 5,12 innings Thursday’s Games
Contreras from the 15-day DL.Optioned RHP David Women’s Seeded Winners: No. 4 Victoria Boston 14,Detroit 1,8 innings Philadelphia 10,Cincinnati 4
Herndon to Lehigh Valley (IL). Azarenka,No.6 Li Na,No.7 Maria Sharapova,No. NOTE:Three points for victory, one point for tie. Oakland 4,L.A.Angels 3 Chicago Cubs 9,N.Y.Mets 3
NEW YORK METS—Agreed to sell a minority share 9 Petra Kvitova,No.12 Agnieszka Radwanska,No. Wednesday’s Games Chicago White Sox at Toronto,Late Florida 1,San Francisco 0
of the team to David Einhorn for $200 million. 15 Andrea Petkovic, No. 16 Kaia Kanepi, No. 21 Arizona at Colorado,Late
New York 2, Colorado 2, tie Friday’s Games
SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS—Placed C Buster Posey Yanina Wickmayer,No.24 Jarmila Gajdosova,No.
on the 15-day DL. FC Dallas 1, Seattle FC 0 Boston at Detroit,4:05 p.m. Friday’s Games
25 Maria Kirilenko, No. 30 Roberta Vinci.
American League Women’s Seeded Losers: No.2 Kim Clijsters,No. Los Angeles 1, Houston 0 Chicago White Sox at Toronto,4:07 p.m. Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs,11:20 a.m.
BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Recalled C Craig Tatum 27 Alexandra Dulgheru. Saturday, May 28 Cleveland at Tampa Bay,4:10 p.m. San Diego at Washington,4:05 p.m.
from Norfolk (IL). Stat of the Day: 65 — unforced errors made by Kansas City at Texas,5:05 p.m. Philadelphia at N.Y.Mets,4:10 p.m.
BOSTON RED SOX—Placed OF Darnell McDonald Clijsters in her 3-6, 7-5, 6-1 loss to 114th-ranked Philadelphia at Toronto FC, 9:30 a.m.
L.A.Angels at Minnesota,5:10 p.m. Cincinnati at Atlanta,4:35 p.m.
on the 15-day DL.Called up OF Josh Reddick from Arantxa Rus, who made 22. New York at Vancouver, 2:30 p.m.
Baltimore at Oakland,7:05 p.m. Arizona at Houston,5:05 p.m.
Pawtucket (IL).
16 Friday • May 27, 2011 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Francisco, lives in the Bay Area and had

Clijsters stunned at French POSEY Continued from page 12


almost a dozen friends and family in atten-
dance, apologized repeatedly for injuring
Posey. But he believes — as most Giants reit-
By Howard Fendrich erated — that he made a clean baseball play.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cousins was even more remorseful when he
changing the rules here a little bit because the heard the severity of the injury before the
catcher is so vulnerable and there’s so many
PARIS — There were plenty of excuses avail- series finale, saying he had to look away from
who have gotten hurt. And not just a little bit,
able for Kim Clijsters after a stunning collapse the replay that was shown repeatedly at the
had their careers ended or shortened. And
in the second round of the French Open against here’s a guy who’s very popular in baseball. team’s hotel. He said he tried calling Posey
a woman ranked 114th. Fans want to see him play. twice overnight, left messages with Giants
In assessing her 3-6, 7-5, 6-1 loss to Arantxa “Now he’s out for a while.” trainers and sent his condolences to the other
Rus of the Netherlands on Thursday, the sec- The loss of Posey will be an enormous hur- clubhouse.
ond-seeded Clijsters could have pointed to her dle for the Giants to overcome if they want to “The last thing I wanted to do was break a
heavily taped right ankle, which she hurt while repeat as champs. guy’s leg,” he said, tears welling up in his
dancing barefoot at her cousin’s wedding last Backup Eli Whiteside will be Posey’s eyes.
month. immediate replacement. The team also put The moment was as stunning as any San
In recounting how she managed to waste two infielder Mike Fontenot (left groin strain) and Francisco has seen this season.
match points and drop 11 of the last 12 games utility man Darren Ford (left ankle sprain) on Posey lay in the dirt around home plate,
after leading 5-2 in the second set, the Belgian the 15-day disabled list. dazed, writhing in pain and curling up in a
could have mentioned that she last entered the Slugger Brandon Belt and catcher Chris ball. After several minutes of stunned silence,
French Open in 2006, and had played a total of REUTERS
Stewart were recalled from Triple-A Fresno, fans began chanting “Posey! Posey!” as he
five clay-court matches anywhere since. The Netherlands’Arantxa Rus celebrates her and infielder Brandon Crawford was called up
win over Belgium’s Kim Clijsters in the second from Class-A San Jose. was helped off the field by two team trainers
And in explaining her 65 unforced errors —
round of the French Open. holding up his left leg.
43 more than her opponent made — and 10 dou- “I’m not going to try and be Buster Posey,”
ble-faults, Clijsters could have reminded every- Posey had already taken several hard foul
time,” Clijsters said. “I couldn’t really play my Whiteside said. “That’s our cleanup hitter and
one that she hadn’t competed at all since late tips off his mask and legs this season, even
aggressive tennis anymore in that third set.” one of the best hitters in baseball. I’ll do my
March because of that bum ankle and previous A similar scenario played out later in that sta- best and play my game, but I’m not going to leaving one game as a precaution to make sure
injuries to her right shoulder and wrist. dium Thursday, except it was the heavy favorite, try to be Buster Posey.” he didn’t have a concussion. Some observers
Instead, the winner of the last two Grand Slam three-time major champion Maria Sharapova, have argued a slugger of his caliber shouldn’t
All this came after San Francisco’s spirited
titles, and four overall, pointed a finger squarely who appeared to be down and out against an four-run rally in the ninth to force extra be behind the plate, where hits can be routine,
at herself and an odd crisis of confidence. inexperienced kid, 17-year-old French wild- innings a night earlier. and this injury surely won’t do much to quiet
“I started doubting a little bit,” said Clijsters, card entry Caroline Garcia, before reeling off The play started when Emilio Bonifacio hit that sentiment.
the French Open runner-up in 2001 and 2003. the final 11 games to win 3-6, 6-4, 6-0. a shallow fly ball to right-center off Guillermo Posey himself has always shaken off those
“When you start doubting yourself on any sur- “Look,” the seventh-seeded Sharapova said, Mota for the second out in the 12th inning. remarks, saying he was born to play catcher
face — but for me, definitely on clay — it’s the “it could have easily gone the other way.” Cousins tagged from third base on the sacri- and loves the position. Bochy also shook off
wrong attitude to have.” She said she had trouble dealing with wind fice fly, beating the throw from Nate questions that Posey should switch to first
The 27-year-old Clijsters also gave credit to that gusted at upward of 20 mph, making the Schierholtz and lowering his shoulder to slam base — where he played some last year — in
the 20-year-old Rus, who entered the day with a balls move unexpectedly at times and occasion- into Posey for a clean hit on the catcher. the future, saying it’s too early to be talking
3-4 career record in major tournaments and only ally kicking up clouds of loose clay into players’ Cousins was safe as Posey never could quite about such plans.
twice before had been to Court Philippe Chatrier eyes. corral the ball, giving Florida a 7-6 victory. “Right now,” Bochy said, “we’re just trying
— and those visits were as a spectator. Those conditions led to this bon mot from Cousins, who went to the University of San to get over the shock of this a little.”
After delivering one of the most surprising Rafael Nadal: “If you play good, seems like

CCS
tennis results in recent years, Rus acknowledged much less wind. If you are playing bad, seems Capuchino pitcher Michele Pilster rolled
she was nervous at the outset, perhaps because like a hurricane.” though the Mustangs first opponent, but the
Clijsters is one of her favorite players, someone The five-time French Open champion wasn’t offense picked her up in the semifinals as they
she used to cheer for when watching on TV. forced to work nearly as hard as he did in get- Continued from page 12 rallied from a 3-1 deficit and Pilster held Notre
“She obviously started building up more con- ting past John Isner in five sets Tuesday, but Dame-Salinas in check the rest of the way.
fidence, started playing a lot better, and was Nadal was hardly satisfied after beating 48th- Both Menlo and Capuchino showed some
really kind of putting me on my back foot all the ranked Pablo Andujar of Spain 7-5, 6-3, 7-6 (4). “We should have won last year,” said
Capuchino coach Todd Grammatico. In the 2-1 serious intestinal fortitude in the semifinals.
loss to Valley Christian in 2010, he explained, While Menlo’s unbelievable rally Tuesday was
the Warriors were down to their last out when one of the biggest stories of the tournament thus
they won the game. far, Capuchino, while not as dramatic, was
“By what happened last year, we’re much bet- equally effective. Notre Dame-Salinas turned a
ter prepared for this year. … They know what to 1-0 deficit into a 3-1 lead in the top of the third.
expect. Saturday is a much bigger game than a Instead of being knocked back on their heels,
weekday game.” the Mustangs, instead, dug their heels in and
Grammatico said just not being as nervous is a went to hitting. They came back with a four-spot
huge benefit in the championship game because in the bottom of the frame to wobble the Spirit
it allows players to just go out and do what and take a 4-3 lead. They tacked on three more
they’ve done all season long: play softball. runs in the late innings to finish off an 11-time
“I think it (experience) is a big part (of suc- champion.
cess). I don’t think our kids are nervous. I think
“The resiliency they showed last night, they’ve
they are excited,” said Menlo manager Craig
never shown before,” Grammatico said. “The
Schoof. “One of our advantages last year was,
kids almost feel, I don’t want to say invincible,
we were so young. I don’t think they knew to be
but I’ll say it — invincible. Whatever happens
nervous.”
this year, they’re going to take care of it.”
Experience is not the only criterion for suc-
cess. The Daily Journal highlighted the opposite Menlo’s opponent, Santa Cruz, may seem a
ways two teams qualified for the playoffs: surprise considering its No. 8 seed, but the
Capuchino baseball relied mostly on its slugging Cardinals always been a tough out in CCS play.
ability, while Half Moon Bay baseball leaned on The Cardinals came into the playoffs with a 12-
its pitching staff. 14 record. But they got hot at the right time and
Ultimately, a championship needs both at are riding a six-game winning streak.
some point during the playoffs. Menlo pitched The Cardinals’ record does not look impres-
and slugged its way through the first two rounds, sive, but Schoof watched the Cardinals 12-1 win
and when the pitching was shaky in the semifi- over Half Moon Bay and came away impressed.
nals, the offense — along with a slew of Carmel
mistakes — came through with a six-run sixth “My first reaction is, I don’t understand how
to tie the game at 8, a game the Knights won in they’re 12-14 (heading into CCS),” Schoof said.
nine innings. “They’re big and they’re physical.”
Schoof said the offense’s ability to generate Santa Catalina is making its first CCS finals
hits and runs in bunches is a benefit to the pitch- appearance. The Mustangs and Cougars met
ing staff, especially. during a preseason tournament, with the team
“They don’t have to be perfect,” Schoof said of from Monterey putting a beat down on the
his pitchers. “What I was most proud of this Mustangs 8-0 — who did not pitch Pilster.
team was not the win, but that they didn’t roll
“They can hit,” Grammatico said. “They can
over.”
hit a ton.”
Barbecue
All about the sauce
and skill at the grill
SEE PAGE 23

Panda bright,bold and subtle


Po is lovely but lacks any fresh kicks ‘Panda’pals Black, Jolie
By Christy Lemire thing, either. The most beautiful protect the Valley of Peace with the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS parts actually come from the other help of The Furious Five, the vari-

The roly-poly Po is back in


“Kung Fu Panda 2,” with high ener-
kinds of visual styles that are
worked in, including a delicate seg-
ment that features paper-style
ous animal species who fight along-
side him and happen to come with
celebrity voices.
bonded over shark ride reunited as
gy, some lovely visuals and peppy, animation. One day, Po begins having flash- By David Germain
playful voice work, as always, from backs to long-suppressed childhood THE ASSOCIATED PRESS voice co-stars in
star Jack Black. memories, and he begins to wonder 2008’s martial-
But the freshness and novelty that who his biological parents might LOS ANGELES — Friendships arts adventure
made the original film such a have been. As lug-headed as Po can that start with a ride-share aboard a “Kung Fu
kick back in 2008 has been, be, even he can figure out that Mr. giant shark are bound to go some- Panda” and now
well, kicked to bits. And the Ping (lovingly voiced by James where. its sequel, due
storyline of this sequel feels Hong), the Angelina Jolie and Jack Black in U.S. theaters
duck who first bonded seven years ago as May 26.
overstuffed with plotlines and char-
runs the vil- they rode the 14-foot inflatable fish Angelina Jolie Sitting beside
acters, none of which gets its due
lage noodle with Will Smith along the each other for
individually. Parents also should be
shop in the Mediterranean beach at the Cannes an interview at
aware of some violent, frightening
“Delicate” film’s version of Film Festival, a stunt to promote H o l l y w o o d ’s
imagery that may be too much for
probably isn’t ancient China, prob- their animated comedy “Shark Roosevelt
the littlest kids (we’re talking Hotel, the
around age 4). the first word that ably didn’t provide Tale.”
comes to mind him with They had met before but “only actors ponder
Everyone else, though, will prob- questions about
ably delight in the animated specta- when pondering any DNA. said hi in passing. That float on the
shark was the beginning of a blos- their friendship.
cle from director Jennifer Yuh the portly Po, who’s And so
soming friendship,” Jolie says. How do their
Nelson, which is bright and tactile, gone from the under- Po goes on
“They say you learn more about “Kung Fu
bold and subtle. The 3-D — you dog dreaming of kung- a quest —
somebody in an hour of play than Jack Black Panda” charac-
didn’t think it wouldn’t be in 3-D, fu greatness all day at his as so many
in a year of conversation, so I think ters resemble
now did you? — is generally unob- dad’s restaurant to the Dragon kung-fu warriors
Warrior himself. He must that happened.”
trusive but it doesn’t really add any-
See PANDA, Page 22 Pals ever since, Black and Jolie See BOND, Page 22

Five best Arnold Schwarzenegger movies


By Christy Lemire with a member And there actually are five: Cameron in this remake of a French tures one of his classic and most-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of his house- comedy, Schwarzenegger stars as a quoted lines — “I’ll be back” —
keeping staff “True Lies” (1994): spy posing as a mild-mannered and allowed us all to put the suffix
LOS ANGELES — Like Charlie have put him in Schwarzenegger has always computer salesman. When he sus- “-ator” at the end of any word to
Sheen, Arnold Schwarzenegger was the spotlight in a injected an element of humor into pects his wife (a funny and sexy describe him in a corny way.
once known as an actor. Granted, way even he his action movies, a tongue-in- Jamie Lee Curtis) is having an Cameron also put himself on the
not a great actor, but still. He starred probably never cheek recognition of his own out- affair, he uses all the gadgets and map, as director and co-writer, with
in a lot of movies. wanted. sized ridiculousness, for better and weapons at his disposal to win her this sci-fi fable about an unstop-
And, like Sheen, Schwarzenegger So, like we for worse. His puns, for example, back. A screwball blockbuster. pable cyborg sent back from the
is infamous these days for his off- Arnold did with Sheen, can be painful. But this is the best future to kill Sarah Connor (Linda
camera antics. Revelations that the Schwarzenegger we’re going to example of his ability to blend “The Terminator” (1984): Hamilton) before she can give birth
former California governor’s 25- go back to a laughs and gunfire, sight gags and One of the definitive ‘80s action to ... well, you know what the
year marriage to Maria Shriver is simpler, happier time and reflect on explosions. Teaming up once again flicks and the movie that truly made
ending and that he fathered a son Schwarzenegger’s five best films. with “Terminator” director James Schwarzenegger a superstar. It fea- See ARNOLD, Page 22
18 Friday • May 27, 2011 WEEKEND JOURNAL THE DAILY JOURNAL

MUSEUM GOTTA SEE ‘UM


By Susan Cohn is a rose is a rose” and “There’s no there
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT there.” But Stein’s reach extended well
beyond literature to include collaborations in
THE STEINS COLLECT. American opera and ballet, and to the exertion of
expatriates in bohemian Paris when the 20th tremendous influence as a cultural networker,
century was young, the writer Gertrude bringing creative people such as Picasso,
Stein, her brothers Leo and Michael and Matisse and Hemingway together at leg-
Michael’s wife, Sarah, recognized early the endary salons held in her homes.
talents of painters like Henri Matisse and Connie Wolf, Director of the
Pablo Picasso. Both Stein households — Contemporary Jewish Museum, said, “This
exhibition offers a fascinating, new look at
Leo and Gertrude at 27 rue de Fleurus, and
one of the most influential Jewish women of
Sarah and Michael a couple of blocks away
the 20th century whose reach across the arts
at 58 rue Madame — opened their apart- continues today. We are delighted to present
ments every Saturday evening to all who this exhibition that draws on exciting new
wished to see and discuss the wild new art research and scholarship by our guest cura-
they were collecting. As gathering places for tors, who have uncovered and examined the
artists, collectors, dealers, curators, friends many sides of Stein.”
and even curiosity seekers, these salons Seeing Gertrude Stein: Five Stories fea-
became pivotal in the unfolding of modern tures more than 100 artifacts and art works
art. This unconventional family became cen- by artists from across Europe and the United
tral figures in the newly formed avant-garde States. It includes paintings, sculpture, pho-
scene and through their friendship and tography, drawings, and artist’s gifts to Stein,
patronage helped spark an artistic revolution. as well as items from her custom-designed
Sarah and Michael Stein’s return to San TOM JUNG wardrobe, manuscripts, books, periodicals,
Francisco with a cache of important Matisse Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz stands beside Pablo Picasso’s Portrait of Gertrude Stein,part of the letters, journals and personal belongings. The
works in 1935, the same year the San San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s exhibition The Steins Collect:Matisse,Picasso and the exhibition also features Alice B. Toklas,
Francisco Museum of Modern Art was Parisian Avant-Garde.Schwab-Pomerantz is President of the Charles Schwab Foundation,the Stein’s life-long partner and explores the aes-
founded, was instrumental in the advocacy of lead corporate sponsor of the exhibit,which runs through Sept.6. thetics of dress, home décor, entertainment
modern art on the West Coast and the making Fan (National Gallery of Art, Washington, is located at 151 Third St., near the Moscone and food that the two women created togeth-
of the museum’s early collection. D.C.), Boy Leading a Horse (Museum of Center. For more information call (415) 357- er.
The Steins Collect: Matisse, Picasso and Modern Art, New York) and portrait of 4000 or visit www.sfmoma.org. The Steins The Contemporary Jewish Museum, locat-
the Parisian Avant-Garde, the landmark exhi- Gertrude Stein (Metropolitan Museum of Collect: Matisse, Picasso and the Parisian ed at 736 Mission St. between Third and
bition at the San Francisco Museum of Art). Avant-Garde runs through Sept. 6. Fourth streets, can be reached from The
Modern Art, draws on collections around the SFMOMA’s excellent Caffè Museo joins *** Peninsula by taking Caltrain to the San
world to reunite the Steins’ unparalleled in the festivities surrounding The Steins SEEING GERTRUDE STEIN. The Francisco station and hopping a bus for the
holdings of modern art, bringing together for Collect, presenting French delicacies select- Contemporary Jewish Museum, just two short ride to the museum. The museum is
the first time in a generation now famous ed from The Alice B. Tolkas Cook Book, blocks from SFMOMA, debuts Seeing open daily (except Wednesdays) from 11
works by Matisse, Picasso, Paul Cézanne, written in 1954 by Gertrude Stein’s partner Gertrude Stein: Five Stories, the first major a.m. to 5 p.m; Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 8
Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Henri de and muse. The menu showcases daily “Stein museum exhibition to fully investigate the p.m. Seeing Gertrude Stein: Five Stories runs
Toulouse-Lautrec. Among some 40 works by specials,” such as French onion soup, chick- fascinating visual legacy and life of this through Sept. 6. For more information visit
Picasso and approximately 60 by Matisse are en dijonaise, savory crepes, petrale sole, Jewish-American expatriate, American www.thecjm.org or call (415) 655-7800.
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Patricia Wells: A salad with it all...but fruit 2 tablespoons sesame

P
atricia Wells wants her salads to have
it all — fresh seasonal ingredients, oil
bright colors, crunch and a bit of lean 2 tablespoons Chinese
protein. black rice vinegar
Well, almost all. “I generally do not like 2 plump, moist garlic
fruit in my salads, though I do enjoy can- cloves, peeled, halved,
taloupe or watermelon from time to time,” green germ removed,
Wells, author of numerous cookbooks, and minced
including the just-released “Salad as a Meal” 1 tablespoon grated
(William Morrow, 2011), said in an e-mail fresh ginger
interview. 3 1/2 cups (about 1
And for Wells, salads don’t just make the pound) cubed cooked
meal, they can make it memorable. J.M. HIRSCH chicken
“Any lobster or crab salad is delightfully 3 scallions, white and
memorable. I remember the first time I sam- green parts, trimmed, peeled and sliced on
pled the combination of crab and avocado at the diagonal
L’Astrance restaurant in Paris. I thought I had 7 ounces glass (cellophane) noodles
died and gone to heaven,” she said. “To this Fresh shiso leaves, cut into a chiffonade (or
day, it remains one of the greatest salad com- fresh cilantro leaves), for garnish
binations I know.” In a small jar, combine the tamari, sesame
For AP’s 20 Salads of Summer series, seeds, sesame oil, vinegar, garlic and ginger.
Wells offered a recipe for ginger-sesame Cover and shake to blend. Taste for season-
chicken salad with glass noodles. ing, then set aside.
“Ginger, sesame and glass noodles are a In a large bowl, combine the chicken and
classic Asian combination, and the addition half the scallions. Toss with about half of the
of chicken puts it in the healthy, lean protein dressing, or just enough to moisten the ingre-
category for me,” she said. “The bright, dients evenly. Taste for seasoning.
intense flavor of a good quality sesame oil In a large saucepan, bring 2 quarts of water
makes this an elegant dish that takes very lit- to a boil. Do not salt the water. Add the glass
tle effort, and the crunch of the scallions add noodles, swirl them in the water, and cook
that essential crunch.” just until soft, about 1 minute. Drain, and The bright, intense flavor of a good quality sesame oil makes this an elegant dish that takes
rinse thoroughly under cold running water. little effort,and the crunch of the scallions add that essential crunch.
Ginger and Sesame Chicken Drain again.
Salad with Glass Noodles In a second large bowl, toss the noodles
Start to finish: 20 minutes with the remaining dressing. Place the sea-
Servings: 4 soned noodles on large serving plates. Scatter
2 tablespoons tamari or other Japanese soy the cubed chicken over the noodles, then gar-
sauce nish with the shiso or cilantro and the
4 tablespoons toasted sesame seeds remaining scallions.

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A few cracks in hard-boiled ‘L.A.Noire’


By Lou Kesten ly rewarding. other characters’ body language and in supporting roles. But it’s John
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The protagonist is Cole Phelps, a guess whether they’re telling the Noble from Fox’s “Fringe” who
World War II hero who signs on with truth, lying or doing something in chews the most scenery as a rapa-
The hard-boiled crime story has the Los Angeles Police Department between. Guessing wrong won’t cious real estate developer.
become so ingrained in our culture in 1947. Phelps moves up the ranks necessarily prevent you from solving Film noir fans will have a blast
that most Americans know all the quickly, from beat cop to homicide a case; the worst penalty is a chew- playing spot-the-influence, with
cliches even if they’ve never read a detective, and ends up investigating a ing-out from the boss. scenes drawn from genre classics
Raymond Chandler novel or seen a series of murders that bear all the There are some fairly pedestrian like “Out of the Past,” “Double
Humphrey Bogart film: the world- signs of the notorious Black Dahlia shootouts and car chases, but it’s the Indemnity,” “The Set-Up” and “The
weary gumshoe and the calculating killing. He eventually stumbles interrogations that display the new Third Man.” Two more recent films,
femme fatale, the corkscrew plots across a conspiracy involving technology Rockstar has developed however, seem like the scriptwriter’s
and existential gloom, the jazzy Hollywood, city hall and California’s for “L.A. Noire.” The developers main inspirations: 1974’s
soundtracks and bent camera angles. most powerful business tycoons. filmed actors with 32 cameras, trans- “Chinatown” and 1997’s “L.A.
From “The Maltese Falcon” to “Pulp The main story line has 21 cases, lating every tic and twitch to their Confidential.”
Fiction,” film noir continues to fasci- and the action consists largely of two virtual doppelgangers, resulting in The story in “L.A. Noire” is far
nate. activities. First, you examine crime some of the most lifelike faces ever more sophisticated than what video
Even video-game creators have scenes for evidence. This involves to appear in video games. games typically offer. But much of
been drawn to these dark streets, dat- walking around the scene until your Most of the dramatic burden is on the drama is presented in non-inter-
ing back to ‘80s classics like “Deja dio Team Bondi, “L.A. Noire” is a controller vibrates, then peering at Aaron Staton — Ken Cosgrove on active cut scenes, suggesting that
Vu” and “Police Quest.” “L.A. lavish tribute to the detective melo- whatever piqued your senses. It’s a AMC’s “Mad Men” — who creates Rockstar is still wrestling with the
Noire” (Rockstar Games, for the dramas of the 1940s and ‘50s. Its tedious process. a believable character in the seem- balance between storytelling and
Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, $59.99) is epic tale of corruption and redemp- Second, you interrogate witnesses ingly virtuous, secretly tormented gameplay. “L.A. Noire” doesn’t
the most ambitious attempt yet to tion draws from dozens of films and suspects based on the evidence Phelps. Other “Mad Men” actors, deliver everything it promises, but it
create interactive film noir. while being moving in its own right. collected. This is somewhat more including Vincent Kartheiser, Rich does point in the right direction.
Developed by the Australian stu- As a game, however, it’s not entire- intriguing, since you have to watch Sommer and Patrick Fischler, pop up Three stars out of four.
THE DAILY JOURNAL WEEKEND JOURNAL Friday • May 27, 2011 21

Speedy meal that doesn’t rely on takeout


By Jim Romanoff ed shrimp on the grill. If you don’t
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS want to bother lighting the grill you
can cook the shrimp in a nonstick
Beautiful spring weather and skillet over medium-high heat until
longer days often mean a good, they are opaque, about 1 1/2 min-
home-cooked supper falls by the utes per side. Grilled scallops or
wayside. Who wants to be standing chicken would work, too.
around in the kitchen, right?
But don’t give in to the tempta- RICE AND NOODLE
tion of greasy takeout or frozen din- PILAF WITH EDAMAME
ners. There are plenty of shortcuts
that can help you get a healthy meal AND GRILLED SHRIMP
on the table in a surprisingly short The bright, intense flavor of a
amount of time. good quality sesame oil makes this
This rice and noodle pilaf with an elegant dish that takes very little
edamame and grilled shrimp, for effort, and the crunch of the scal-
example, is a one-pot meal that can lions add that essential crunch.
be on the table in around 35 minutes Start to finish: 35 minutes
— less time than it usually takes to Servings: 4
get a pizza delivered. 1 tablespoon plus 2 teaspoons
The secret to the ease of this tasty extra-virgin olive oil, divided
meal starts at the market. The starch 2 tablespoons lemon juice
portion of the dish consists of 1 pound large raw shrimp, peeled
quick-cooking fine egg noodles and deveined
combined with instant brown rice, 1 small red onion, chopped
which has all the nutrition of its 2 ounces finely chopped
conventional cousin, but cooks in Canadian bacon (about 1/3 cup) If you don’t want to bother lighting the grill,you can cook the shrimp in a nonstick skillet over medium-high heat
about a quarter of the time. 3/4 cup fine egg noodles, broken until they are opaque.
To build layers of great flavor, the up In a bowl, whisk together 2 tea- cook, stirring often, until the noo- Season both sides with salt and pep-
rice and noodles are browned with 3/4 cup instant brown rice spoons of the olive oil and the dles begin to brown, about 3 min- per. Grill, until the shrimp are pink
sauteed red onion and smoky 1/4 cup dry white wine lemon juice. Add the shrimp, toss to utes. Add the wine and cook, stir- and firm, about 1 1/2 minutes per
Canadian bacon, then simmered in 1 cup frozen shelled edamame coat, then set aside. ring constantly, until the wine has side.
dry white wine and chicken broth. 1 1/2 cups reduced-sodium chick- In a large saucepan or Dutch oven evaporated, about 2 minutes. Add Remove the pilaf from the heat
Vegetables come in the form of pro- en broth over medium, heat the remaining 1 the edamame and chicken broth and and let stand, covered, for 3 min-
tein-rich edamame. But if you pre- Salt and ground black pepper tablespoon of oil. Add the onion and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low utes. Stir in the dill and season with
fer, you could use frozen baby lima 1 tablespoon chopped fresh dill, bacon and saute until the onion and simmer, covered, for 15 min- pepper. Serve the pilaf topped with
beans or even black-eyed peas. plus more to garnish becomes translucent, about 2 min- utes. shrimp on or off the skewers.
While the pilaf is simmering, Light a charcoal fire or heat a gas utes. Meanwhile, thread the shrimp Garnish with additional dill, if
throw some lemony, flash-marinat- grill to high. Add the noodles and rice and onto 4 bamboo or metal skewers. desired.

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imagine it. “It would be opposite styles. ... I they struggle to make their odd menagerie of a style. You definitely want her on your side if

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Continued from page 17
think I have a longer reach.”
“I feel like you probably know 12 ways to
kill me,” Black replies. “I don’t really know
martial-arts family work.
“They’re like the father and mother,” Jolie
says. “They’re like an odd married couple.”
you’re going into battle.”
Jolie says that Po shares Black’s unabashed
lust for life.
any ways, but I outweigh you, and they say “It’s very much about our relationships “As Jack says, when he does some-
that is an advantage. My advantage would just with our parents,” Black says. “That’s, of thing, he does it all the way,” Jolie
their real selves? What advantages would be crushing you. But you’re very lithe and lim- course, always a central part of every says. “Po has that beautiful sense
Black and Jolie have against the other in a real- ber. I don’t know. That would be a battle.” kid’s joy and of adventure and wonder and
life martial-arts match? And why haven’t they In “Kung Fu Panda 2,” their characters do angst at the openness to just say, ’However
scheduled a play date for their kids? wind up trading a few blows, though they’re same time you’re going to judge
Black gets a little dreamy-eyed thinking allies against a villain (voiced by Gary growing up. me ... I’m
about how Jolie, who has played a lethal oper- Oldman) using gunpowder and cannons to end So it’s a cool, going to
ative in “Salt,” “Wanted” and other action the sway of kung fu and conquer ancient primal thing live my
flicks, might take him down in a fight. China. that we life the
“Scissor-squeeze,” Black says. “I’m hoping Black’s tubby panda Po now is accepted as tapped way I
for the scissor-squeeze, personally.” the “Dragon Warrior,” the leader of a kung fu into want to
“And I’m good at the scissor-squeeze,” Jolie team that includes Jolie’s Tigress and returning for live it. As
tells him. characters voiced by Dustin this fully as I
“If I have to go, I would like it to be by the Hoffman, Lucy Liu, Seth can live it.
Angelina scissor-squeeze,” Black says. Rogen, Jackie Chan and installment Have a good time, be a
But seriously, if they ever came to blows? David Cross. of the Po journey.” good person, and so be it.’”
“I can’t imagine fighting you,” Jolie says, Yet Po remains shaky as a Black and Jolie Black had not yet taken his
then goes on to commander, troubled by see clear similarities two young sons to see “Kung
repressed memories of his early between themselves Fu Panda 2,” but Jolie arranged a
childhood and pressing his and their cartoon char- screening at DreamWorks
father, a goose, acters. For Black, Tigress Animation for her and romantic
to know and Jolie both show strength partner Brad Pitt’s six children.
how a and intelligence on the surface, Jolie figured their kids — three
feath- with a simmering danger underneath. adopted, three biological — might
e r e d “There’s an unresolved longing inside of have questions about the “Kung Fu
fowl came Tigress. I’m not sure what it is. She’s holding Panda” franchise’s family themes, which
to raise a furry a secret, you definitely feel that,” Black says. include a revelation in the animated DVD
panda. Along the way, the fierce, tightly “I feel that from Angelina, that she’s got a short “Secrets of the Furious Five” that Tigress
wound Tigress secret and a wonderful, mysterious danger that grew up in an orphanage.
administers is very attractive. Definitely part of the charis- In the drive home after seeing “Kung Fu
some tough ma, the secret ingredient. Panda 2,” though, Jolie’s children were far
love on “I think it’s the perfect animated character more interested in knowing how Tigress came
Po as for Angelina. Tigress! Cool, got a nice sense of to be captured and chained up in one scene.

Except for Angelina Jolie as the fierce Tigress,

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other and eventually collide but never truly Claude Van Damme, Dennis Haysbert and
gel. It’s an admirable attempt to develop the the animals who comprise Po’s team — Michelle Yeoh among the other actors joining
character beyond the usual animated kids’ Monkey (Jackie Chan), Mantis (Seth Rogen), the supporting cast.
movie hero, but it also results in a crammed Viper (Lucy Liu) and Crane (David Cross) — The way to true inner peace comes from
Continued from page 17 knowing that more doesn’t necessarily equal
narrative that’ll make you wish they’d stuck do plenty of fighting but only get a couple of
better.
must — in search of his past. At the same with one story or the other. lines here and there, and they’re not fleshed “Kung Fu Panda 2,” a DreamWorks
time, a megalomaniacal peacock named Lord In every way, it feels like there’s too much out terribly well. Animation and Paramount Pictures release, is
Shen (Gary Oldman) is hell-bent on dominat- going on — and that includes having too Dustin Hoffman returns in a reduced role as rated PG for sequences of martial arts action
ing the country with some serious firepower. many characters. This is especially true when Po’s diminutive mentor, Master Shifu (and and mild violence. Running time: 90 minutes.
These two story lines run parallel to each it comes to Po’s posse, The Furious Five. there’s not nearly enough of him), with Jean- Two stars out of four.

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if not better (are you listening, makers of the directed by Paul Verhoeven, this is a brisk, “Predator” (1987):
“Hangover” movies?). “T2” was super high- paranoid, violent and darkly funny adventure.
tech in its day, with seamless visual effects Schwarzenegger stars as Doug Quaid, a con- OK, I will admit that I am choosing this one
that allowed Robert Patrick’s character, the struction worker living in the future who dis- in part because my husband loves it, and he
Continued from page 17 has an uncanny knack for finding it on TV at
even deadlier Terminator known as the T- covers that his entire existence has been a
1000, to shape-shift and heal itself instantly. any time of the day or night. (I also enjoy
fabrication. His real identity (which has
“Terminator” series is about. Clever, intense Schwarzenegger is back as the original hearing him yell, “Get to the chopper!” in his
something to do with Mars) has been erased, bad Arnold accent.) An early film from action
and mind-bendy, filled with a dark mythology Terminator, who must now protect Sarah but virtual reality trips help him unlock his
of biblical proportions and the kind of elabo- veteran John McTiernan, this sci-fi thriller is
Connor’s son. Of course, “T2” features yet own mysteries. This vision of an efficient
rate action sequences that would become one about a group of commandos who are trapped
another of his classic lines — “Hasta la vista, future is meant to be startling in its soulless-
of Cameron’s trademarks. in a Central American jungle and hunted by an
baby” — which he would use to cringe- ness, but “Total Recall” also features plenty extraterrestrial monster. Schwarzenegger, as a
inducing effect in various real-world circum- of sleaze; this is, after all, from the man who
“Terminator 2: stances. would go on to direct “Basic Instinct.”
special forces bad-ass named Dutch, is sent in
to save them but he also must fight this crea-
Judgment Day” (1991): Speaking of which, a young and extremely ture with deadly camouflage abilities. If any-
A rare sequel that is as good as the original,
“Total Recall” (1990): cute Sharon Stone co-stars as one could do it, it was Arnold at the height of
Inspired by a Philip K. Dick short story and Schwarzenegger’s wife. his powers.
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BBQ — all about the sauce and skill at the grill


By Michelle Locke 1 clove garlic, minced
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 2 apples, peeled, cored and diced
1 tablespoon grated fresh ginger
Tangy or mellow, spicy or mild, barbecue 1/2 cup maple syrup
sauce is the icing on the steak — or ribs, or 1/2 cup cider vinegar
whatever else it is you happen to throw on the 1/2 cup bourbon
grill. 1 cup chili sauce
And just as in real estate, location is a big 1 teaspoon salt
deal, with new attention being paid to the var- 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
ious regional recipes for grilling success. 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
“It’s all about authenticity right now. 1/4 teaspoon cayenne
Everybody wants to stay true to the different In a medium saucepan over medium-high,
regions,” says Chris Lilly, vice president of heat the oil. Add the onion, garlic and apple.
the renowned Big Bob Gibson Bar-B-Q Cook until the onions are a golden brown and
restaurants in Alabama and head of their com- the apples are quite soft, about 10 minutes.
petition team. Add all remaining ingredients, then return
And the differences aren’t always subtle. to a simmer. Lower the temperature to medi-
This is, after all, barbecue. In Northern um, cover and continue to cook, stirring often,
Alabama, for example, there’s a white barbe- for 30 minutes. Adjust the salt and pepper.
cue sauce based on mayonnaise with black Transfer to a blender, in batches if necessary,
pepper and a little lemon juice. While Kansas then puree until smooth. Cool, then refrigerate
City is home of a tangy, tomato and molasses- in sealed glass jars for 2 weeks.
influenced sauces, the inspiration for the Nutrition information per 1/4 cup serving
brand KC Masterpiece. (values are rounded to the nearest whole num-
Overall, barbecue sauce sales in the U.S. ber): 105 calories; 11 calories from fat (10
reached $660 million in 2010, gaining 21 per- Sauce and marinades are one part of a successful barbecue.The other is controlling your fire. percent of total calories); 1 g fat (0 g saturat-
cent from 2005, according to a recent report the grill, competitive barbecuing continues to trick is to push the charcoal to one side so that ed; 0 g trans fats); 0 mg cholesterol; 19 g car-
from market research company Mintel. grow, with more competitions popping up and you can have direct and indirect heat, control- bohydrate; 0 g protein; 1 g fiber; 803 mg sodi-
And that growth likely will continue. With TV shows devoted to griller warfare. ling how quickly the food will cook.” um.
beef and pork prices on the increase, food “It’s a fantastic hobby,” says Lilly, who is You also need to take advantage of the grill
trend observer Phil Lempert, the also the official pitmaster for Kingsford char- lid and keep it closed. ASIAN-STYLE VINEGAR SAUCE
“Supermarket Guru,” expects sales of barbe- coal. “Any given weekend in the U.S. you’ll “Shut your grill, be patient, enjoy your This sauce is a great choice for tossing with
cue sauce to increase as people look for ways have 10 to 12 different competitions where friends and family around the charcoal grill shredded meats or for mopping over grilled
to improve the taste of cheaper cuts of meat. you can go to cook.” and let the grill do what it’s supposed to do meats as they cook. It also is good for dress-
But slow down before you slather it on. And it’s not all lazy afternoons in the park. and that’s cook fantastic food,” says Lilly. ing an Asian slaw.
Lempert notes that most people don’t use bar- Competitors cook through rain and wind. Start to finish: 10 minutes
becue sauces properly. They should be Lilly once had to evacuate a park where a MAPLE APPLE Makes: 1 1/2 cup
brushed onto the meat during the final min- competition was being held due to a tornado BOURBON BARBECUE SAUCE 1 teaspoon canola or vegetable oil
utes of cooking — not at the start — other- threat. His competition meat was already on 2 tablespoons grated fresh ginger
wise they’ll probably burn. the grill, slow-cooking away so he left, came This thick, tomato-based sauce is a good 1 clove garlic, minced
And if you’re aiming to make meat more back the next morning — and won. choice for basting on grilled meats toward the 1 teaspoon five-spice powder
tender, look for sauces that are high in acid, Sauce and marinades are one part of a suc- end of cooking. 1/2 cup packed brown sugar
not sugar. “I always make my own using cessful barbecue. The other is controlling Start to finish: 45 minutes 1/2 cup soy sauce
grapefruit, orange or tomato juices and add a your fire. Makes: 3 cups 1/2 cup rice wine vinegar
few spices,” says Lempert. “The biggest mistake is setting up the char- 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 2 tablespoons toasted sesame oil
For those who do know their way around coal fire all for direct grilling,” says Lilly. The 1 medium yellow onion, diced
See SAUCE, Page 24
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Transit Corridors Plan Lutheran Church, 1501 S. El
REST
Continued from page 1
Half Moon Bay Children’s Art Information Booth. 10 a.m. to 2 Camino, San Mateo. Join us for a
Walk. Main Street, Half Moon Bay. p.m. San Mateo Ave. at Jenevein, San screening and discussion of
Art will be proudly displayed in win- Bruno. Stop by the city information Inshallah, a documentary about that overlooks the highway and for its past,
dows and shops downtown, in partic- booth to find out the latest about the Gazans living under siege, with film
ipating businesses along Main Street, transit corridors plan’s new vision for director Maurice Jacobsen. Free. For including a long-running dispute with a for-
Kelly Avenue and Purissima Street. downtown San Bruno and the areas more information contact mer caretaker that ended up in court.
Free. surrounding the future Caltrain sta- justyna@rebuildingalliance.org. The old rest stop was not compliant with the
tion. For more information visit plan-
The Coffis Brothers and The bruno.org. Hitch. 8:45 p.m. Downtown, 2200 Americans with Disabilities Act so Caltrans
Mountain Men with Mike Annuzzi. Broadway, Redwood City. Most guys added a third rest room specifically designed
7 p.m. Club Fox, 2219 Broadway, Music with Mike Kostowskyj. 3 just don’t understand women. That’s
Redwood City. These two young p.m. to 6 p.m. The Wine Bar, 270 where Alex Hitchins, aka Hitch, steps for people with disabilities or elderly people
brothers have been making quite an Capistrano Road, Half Moon Bay. in to help the common man become a who are traveling with caregivers of the oppo-
impression in the music rich Santa Canadian player of the Bandura. For smooth operator. For more informa-
Cruz area with their original tunes more information call 726-0770. tion call (541) 708-0358. site gender.
and sweet vocal harmonies. $10. For Other new features include a wheelchair-
more information call 369-7770. Smuin Ballet Presents Dynamic FRIDAY, JUNE 3 accessible ramp, landscaping, vending
Spring Program of Choo-San Friends of the Millbrae Library
Ginuwine and Jon B. at the Fox Goh’s ‘Momentum’ Seiwart World Twice Yearly Big Book and Media machines and security cameras. The space, at
Theatre. 8 p.m. Fox Theatre, 2215 Premiere and ‘To The Beatles.’ 8 Sale. 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Millbrae the western edge of Hillsborough, has pay
Broadway, Redwood City. $30 to p.m. Bayside Performing Arts Center, Library, 1 Library Ave., Millbrae.
$45. For more information or to buy 2025 Kehoe Ave., San Mateo. $20 to Sale continues until Sunday, June 5. phones, picnic tables and an area for pets and
tickets visit tickets.foxrwc.com. $62. Discounts are available for sen- For more information visit mill- a hiking trail. the center of controversy as its former care-
iors, students and groups of 10 or braelibraryfriends.org.
Smuin Ballet Presents Dynamic more. For more information call
Hillsborough Councilwoman Christine taker Jerry Morissette refused to leave the
Spring Program of Choo-San (415) 556-5000 or visit www.smuin- Hello Ocean. 11 a.m. San Mateo Krolik praised Caltrans yesterday for bringing state-owned trailer he occupied on the land
Goh’s ‘Momentum’ Seiwart World ballet.org. County History Museum, 2200 the project in under budget and for the rest
Premiere and ‘To The Beatles.’ 8 Broadway, Redwood City. A story after Morissette allegedly acted belligerently
p.m. Bayside Performing Arts Center, Dragon Productions Theatre about a young girl’s day, relating her area’s sustainable touches, including water- toward 911 dispatchers.
2025 Kehoe Ave., San Mateo. $20 to Company Presents ‘Tongue of a experiences at the ocean to her five conserving toilets and drought-resistant land-
$62. Discounts are available for sen- Bird.’ 2 p.m. Dragon Theatre, 535 senses. Association members free, Morissette moved onto the property, located
iors, students and groups of 10 or Alma St., Palo Alto. A play about a under 5 free, general $3-$5. For more scaping. along northbound Interstate 280 in
more. For more information call harrowing search and rescue mission information call 299-0104. Caltrans spent $2.7 million sprucing up the Hillsborough in 1991. In 12 years, he turned a
(415) 556-5000 or visit www.smuin- for a kidnapped girl in the area.
ballet.org. Adirondacks. $25 for general admis- AARP/Belmont Senior Club Bingo. plot of land favored by drug users and men
sion, $18 for seniors, $16 for stu- 1 p.m. Twin Pines Senior and “It is virtually a brand-new facility,” looking for casual sex into a mini-oasis replete
SATURDAY, MAY 28 dents. Play runs every Thursday Community Center, 20 Twin Pines Caltrans spokesman Dan McElhinney said at
How to Save Money on Your through Saturday at 8 p.m. and Lane, Belmont. $1 per Bingo card. with gardens and various fruit trees. Giving
Remodel. 9:30 a.m to 10:30 a.m. The Sundays at 2 p.m. until June 19. For For more information call 595-7444. yesterday afternoon’s grand reopening. him a trailer to live in, Caltrans eventually
Stanford Park Hotel, Los Altos Room more information or to purchase tick- The rest area expects to serve more than allowed Morissette to stay in exchange for
100 El Camino Real, Menlo Park. ets visit dragonproductions.net. Pacific Art League’s June Opening
Come and hear and educational pres- and Reception. 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. 200,000 vehicles a year, he said. deterring the unsavory activities.
entation for the community on how to MONDAY, MAY 30 Pacific Art League, 668 Ramona St., It will be an area for big-rig drivers to per- Caltrans, however, ultimately ended the
save money on your remodel or con- Memorial Day Mass. 9:30 a.m. Our Palo Alto. The opening reception to
struction project. Free. For more Lady of the Pillar Cemetery, 540 celebrate talented artists and see their form safety inspections and to get much need- California Rest Stop Caretaker Program and
information call (415) 459-3349. Kelly Ave., Half Moon Bay. works. For more information email ed rest after long hours of driving, evicted Morissette from the land.
marketing@pacificartleague.org. McElhinney said.
Band Fest. 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Second Annual Summer Now, CHP security cameras will monitor
Woodside High School Performing Foreclosure Seminar. 10 a.m. to Handful of Lovin’-Indie Rock. 6 Caltrans has 87 rest areas in the state, with the area for suspicious activity.
Arts Center, 199 Churchill Ave., noon. San Mateo County Recorders’ p.m. to 8 p.m. 2200 Broadway, three in the Bay Area. Construction on the rest area facilities began
Woodside. A band fest to save endan- Office, 555 County Center, Redwood Redwood City. A rock quartet featur-
gered band classes in Redwood City City. A class to learn tools to locate ing a rocking classically trained vio- “This is just drop-dead beautiful,” County in September 2009.
middle schools, beginning with the and evaluate foreclosure investment linist. For more information call Supervisor Carole Groom said yesterday.
Stanford Band. $5 for students, $10 opportunities in California taught by (541) 708-0358.
for general admission. For more experts. $20. For more information
“You’ve given us a great gift and I assure you
information visit rcef.org/groovin. email BrassServices@gmail.com. Peace, Love, Festival. 6 p.m. to 10 we will take care of it.” Bill Silverfarb can be reached by email: silver-
p.m. St. Pius Parish, 1100 Woodside Nearly eight years ago, the rest area became farb@smdailyjournal.com or by phone: (650) 344-
Songbird & Seabird Workshop. 1 Memorial Day Mass. 11 a.m. Holy Road, Redwood City. Bring the entire 5200 ext. 106.
p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sea Crest School, Cross Catholic Cemetery. 1100 Santa family for a day of professionally run
901 Arnold Way, Half Moon Bay. Cruz Ave., Menlo Park. rides or test your luck at numerous
activities. Free. For more information

SAUCE
Workshop on the songbirds and
v i s i t
Makes: 2 1/2 cups
seabirds. Learn about behavior, field TUESDAY, MAY 31
marks, ecology and migratory pat- America’s Vet Comes to San www.stpiusfestival.blogspot.com. 1 cup yellow mustard
terns. $15 suggested donation, $5 Mateo. 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. San 1 cup cider vinegar
seniors, Under 18 free. For more Bruno PETCO, 1150 El Camino Real High Release Dance presents
information call 726-5056. No. 167, San Bruno. Dr. Marty ‘Nexus.’ 8 p.m. Cubberley Theatre, Continued from page 23 1/2 cup honey
Becker, a veterinarian who appears 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
Bird Walk. 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Smith on ‘Dr. Oz’ and ‘Good Morning Palo-Alto based dance company
Field Little League Park, Half Moon America,’ will be signing copies of High Release Dance presents a series 1 teaspoon dried thyme
Bay. Participants will walk through his new book and meeting with area of new works in a variety of style In a small saucepan over medium-low, heat 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
blufftop open space, looking for birds veterinarians. For more information drawn from personal and emotional the oil. Add the ginger and garlic, then saute 1/2 teaspoon cumin
and applying the knowledge learned visit drmartybecker.com. experiences of the dancers involved. for 5 minutes. Add the five-spice powder,
in the workshop. Free. For more $15 in advance, $20 at the door. For 1/2 teaspoon cayenne
information call 726-5056. Healthy Communities Forum. 6 more information visit brown sugar, soy sauce and vinegar, then sim- 1/2 teaspoon salt
p.m. Redwood City Hall, 1017 highrelease.org/perform. mer for 5 minutes, or until the mixture is well
Band Fest, Continued. 6:30 p.m. Middlefield Road, Redwood City. 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
Woodside High School Performing Councilmember Barbara Pierce will Drum, Dance, Chill. 8 p.m. Yoga at combined and the sugar is dissolved. Stir in 10-ounce package frozen mango chunks,
Arts Center, 199 Churchill Ave., discuss some of the challenges our Change, 400 Ben Franklin Court, San the sesame oil. Cool, then refrigerate in sealed thawed
Woodside. A band fest to save endan- cities face related to mobility of Mateo. Donations are welcome. For
more information call 340-9642. glass jars for 2 weeks. In a medium saucepan over medium, com-
gered band classes in Redwood City pedestrians, cyclists, transit users and
middle schools featuring American drivers. For more information visit Nutrition information per 1/4 cup serving bine all ingredients. Cook for 30 minutes, stir-
roots and blues band Jake Jacobs and www.sustainablesanmateo.org. Pride and Joy. 8 p.m. Club Fox, (values are rounded to the nearest whole num-
rock ’n’ roll band High ‘n Tight. $20. 2209 Broadway, Redwood City. ring frequently. Working in batches if needed,
For more information visit ‘The Intimate Tour.’ 7 p.m. Club Come and see party band, Pride and ber): 143 calories; 47 calories from fat (33 transfer the mixture to a blender and puree
rcef.org/groovin. Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City. Joy, perform as they present timeless percent of total calories); 5 g fat (1 g saturat-
Join Jennifer Batten as she brings her pop and soul music that pulls the until smooth. Cool, then refrigerate in sealed
The Half Moon Bay Brewing personal and innovative multimedia audience directly into the heart of ed; 0 g trans fats); 0 mg cholesterol; 24 g car- glass jars for 2 weeks.
Company. 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. 390 solo with both her virtuosity on gui- their performance. $18 advance, $20 bohydrate; 2 g protein; 0 g fiber; 1021 mg Nutrition information per 1/4 cup serving
Capistrano Road, Half Moon Bay. tar and then stories of life on the road door. For more information contact
jennifer@dancingcat.com. sodium. (values are rounded to the nearest whole num-
Relax on the patio and enjoy a cool from her celebrity-laden career. $10
brew and/or delicious meal while lis- advance, $14 door. For more infor- ber): 75 calories; 1 calories from fat (0 percent
tening to some great blues and taking mation contact jennifer@dancing-
cat.com.
SATURDAY, JUNE 4
Friends of the Millbrae Library
MANGO MUSTARD BARBECUE SAUCE of total calories); 0 g fat (0 g saturated; 0 g
in the Pacific Ocean sunset views.
For more information visit Twice Yearly Big Book and Media This fruity and spicy sauce is equally deli- trans fats); 0 mg cholesterol; 19 g carbohy-
www.bluestateband.net. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1 Sale. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Millbrae
Kiwanis Club of San Mateo Library, 1 Library Ave., Millbrae. cious slathered on chicken or pork. drate; 0 g protein; 1 g fiber; 479 mg sodium.
Dragon Productions Theatre Meeting. 12:10 p.m. Poplar Creek Sale continues until Sunday, June 5. Start to finish: 45 minutes (Recipe from Alison Ladman)
Company Presents ‘Tongue of a Grill Municipal Golf Course, 1700 For more information visit mill-
Bird.’ 8 p.m. Dragon Theatre, 535 Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo. braelibraryfriends.org.
Alma St., Palo Alto. A play about a Group meets every Wednesday.

THEFT
For more events visit more charges pending against him, San Mateo
harrowing search and rescue mission RSVP required. For more informa-
for a kidnapped girl in the tion or to register call (415) 309- smdailyjournal.com, click Calendar. County has first dibs on prosecution because
Adirondacks, plus a gala to celebrate 6467. its warrant is the one that caught Kioskli,
opening night. $30 for general admis-
sion, $25 for seniors, $20 for stu- Change Your Thinking, Change Continued from page 1 Wagstaffe said.
dents. Play runs every Thursday Your Habits. 6:30 p.m. RE/MAX His alleged crime is unique, Wagstaffe said.
through Saturday at 8 p.m. and Star, 282 Redwood Shores Parkway,
Sundays at 2 p.m. until June 19. For Redwood City. Learn tools to avoid reported him missing and the ATM thefts were The District Attorney’s Office has prosecut-
more information or to purchase tick- clutter and hoarding. Free. For more ed thefts of Caltrain machines and customers
ets visit dragonproductions.net. information call 888-9268. discovered when customers complained about
receiving the counterfeit money during trans- at ATMS but a cash switch inside a bank
Santo Cristo 98th Anniversary. 50 Tom Hayden Speaks. 7 p.m. to 9 machine is a first, he said.
Oak Lane, South San Francisco. Join p.m. Carpenter’s Hall, 1153 Chess actions.
us for a day of fun and religion as we Drive, Foster City. Longtime activist Daly City police requested an arrest warrant Kioskli remains in custody in lieu of
celebrate with a dance with and former California legislator Tom $25,000 bail.
Portuguese music. For more informa- Hayden will address what he terms a in July and would still be looking for Kioskli
tion call 583-9227. ‘Long War’ doctrine that our govern- if the Arizona officer hadn’t run his name after
ment seems bent on pursuing. Free. the traffic stop, Wagstaffe said.
SUNDAY, MAY 29 For more information call 342-8244.
Santo Cristo 98th Anniversary. 50 San Francisco has yet to file its charges Michelle Durand can be reached by email:
Oak Lane, South San Francisco. A THURSDAY, JUNE 2 against Kioskli. Although that county has michelle@smdailyjournal.com or by phone: (650)
parade will leave to attend mass at Online Job Searching. 10 a.m. Half 344-5200 ext. 102.
Mater Delorosa Church followed by Moon Bay Community College Lab,
a free lunch. For more information 225 S. Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon
call 583-9227. Bay. Come and learn how to conduct
effective searches and locate and use
Downtown San Mateo Farmers’ the available online job market infor-
Market. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wells Fargo mation, career outlook projections,
Parking Lot, Fifth Avenue and San vocational training resources and
Mateo Drive, San Mateo. Continues local job fair and employment list-
every Sunday until Nov. 20. For more ings on the web. Free. For more
information visit urbantable.org. information call 726-2316.
26th Annual Satsuki Azalea and Constitutionality and Limited
Bonsai Exhibit Show. 10 a.m. to 4 Government: My Liberty.
p.m. San Mateo Gardeners American Legion Hall, 130 S. Blvd.
Association Hall, 503 E. Fifth Ave., San Mateo. For more information
San Mateo. Sponsored by the San call 499-0088.
Mateo Bonsai Club. For more infor-
mation call 548-9470. Inshallah Film Screening and
Discussion. 6:30 p.m. St. Andrew’s
THE DAILY JOURNAL COMICS/GAMES Friday • May 27, 2011 25
dogs of c-kennel® CROSSWORD PUZZLE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

10 11 12 13

14 15 16

17 18 19

20 21 22

23 24 25 26 27

28 29 30 31 32 33

Frazz® 34 35 36 37 38

39 40 41

42 43 44 45

46 47 48 49 50 51

52 53 54

55 56 57

58 59 60

PEARLs BEFORE SWINE® ACROSS


1 Instant grass
44 Luau strummer
46 — -a-brac
18 House buzzer
22 Carpe —!
4 AAA suggestion 47 Possible winner 23 Greek letter
7 Family pet 52 Be a party to 24 Possessed
10 Thai language 53 Movie mogul 25 Wise bird
11 Guthrie of folk music 54 Linen vestment 27 Genuine
13 Green stone 55 Incites Rover 29 Aroma
14 Antenna type 56 Ditto 31 Shogun’s yes
15 Good buy 57 — — step further 32 Canine registry
16 Valhalla honcho 58 Riviera summer 33 Lassie’s refusal
17 Thugs 59 Extended family 35 Ousts
19 Explorer Ponce de — 60 Above, to a bard 37 Tidal wave
20 Kindled 40 Blows gently
GET FUZZY® 21 Checks copy DOWN 41 First US state
23 Bok — 1 Insult 42 Circle the earth
26 A Muppet 2 Molokai neighbor 43 Slice
28 Gee’s opposite 3 Tip one’s hat 45 Carpenter or Blixen
29 Keats work 4 Diameter halves 46 Pedestal
30 Mr. Hawke 5 Picked up the tab 48 Ms. Dinesen
34 Ran in neutral 6 Joie de vivre 49 Desdemona’s enemy
36 PIN prompter 7 Future officer 50 — -eyed
38 Alias letters 8 Baja good-bye 51 Ski lift (hyph.)
39 Dewlaps 9 Ark. neighbor
41 Board-game pair 12 Grid great Merlin —
42 Diva’s performance 13 Illinois city

Thursday’s PUZZLE SOLVED


MOO E D P A D R E
I N F R A T R E A D
NO T A R Y S A F A R I
S K E T C H F E E
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VW S C N N
C O B V I O L E T
L I ON E L A D E P T S
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Previous
Sudoku Want More Fun
answers ●

Each row and each column must contain the numbers 1
through 6 without repeating.
The numbers within the heavily outlined boxes, called
and Games?
cages, must combine using the given operation (in any Jumble Page 2 • La Times Crossword Puzzle Classifieds
order) to produce the target numbers in the top-left corners.
Drabble & Over the Hedge Comics Classifieds
Freebies: Fill in single-box cages with the number in the
● top-left corner. Kids Across/Parents Down Puzzle Family Resource Guide
5-27-11

striving to fulfill a personal ambition, you might win a Mondays can happen on Friday. Keep a cool noggin might distort life’s realism and throw you off-course.
skirmish, but you aren’t going to win the war. and your feet on the ground, and you’ll get through PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -- It’s more important
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -- Watch your back, because the flak and be chilling poolside, a well-earned than usual for you to be prepared for life’s unex-
Friday, May 27, 2011
someone who is feeding you information might be de- daiquiri in hand. pected contingencies and to handle your resources
There is a good chance that some exciting develop- liberately giving you false data in order to throw you SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) -- You’ll suffer the very carefully. Put off making any long-term loans for
ments spurred by welcome changes will be in the off-course. Beware of schemers with forked tongues. consequences of palling around with a friend who the moment.
offing for you in the next year. Once the chain of VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- There is a good chance always has to be on stage. This person’s need for ARIES (March 21-April 19) -- Someone who was
events begins, a ripple effect of good fortune will you could be manipulated into an argument after significance will irritate everyone else and drag you committed to your cause might suddenly switch
cascade through your life. which, if something goes wrong or it is mishandled, down as well. sides. Learn from this experience so that next time
you’ll be the one who is blamed. Don’t be left holding CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -- Before becoming you’ll know how to select a better cohort.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -- This is not going to be the bag. involved in another’s problem, beware of the ramifica- TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -- Putting off doing what
a good day for you if you decide to take a gamble on LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -- There is no better tions if events turn out poorly. In spite of your good needs to be done will have negative repercussions.
something you know to be risky. Don’t blindly follow person to partner up with than you, and someone intentions, things could go wrong and you’ll be blamed. You know you’ll pay the price, but I doubt that you’ll
a pal into dangerous waters. You’ll both founder. who knows this might try to take advantage of your AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -- Although your powers know how much it will cost you.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -- Go ahead and be cooperative spirit. Watch you haunches. of concentration are usually pretty good, things could
self-serving, but know there will be a price to pay. In SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -- Sometimes manic go wrong. A little daydreaming and/or flights of fancy Copyright 2011, United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
THE DAILY JOURNAL COMICS/GAMES Friday • May 27, 2011 21
dogs of c-kennel® CROSSWORD PUZZLE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

10 11 12 13

14 15 16

17 18 19

20 21 22

23 24 25 26 27

28 29 30 31 32 33

Frazz® 34 35 36 37 38

39 40 41

42 43 44 45

46 47 48 49 50 51

52 53 54

55 56 57

58 59 60

PEARLs BEFORE SWINE® ACROSS


1 Instant grass
44 Luau strummer
46 — -a-brac
18 House buzzer
22 Carpe —!
4 AAA suggestion 47 Possible winner 23 Greek letter
7 Family pet 52 Be a party to 24 Possessed
10 Thai language 53 Movie mogul 25 Wise bird
11 Guthrie of folk music 54 Linen vestment 27 Genuine
13 Green stone 55 Incites Rover 29 Aroma
14 Antenna type 56 Ditto 31 Shogun’s yes
15 Good buy 57 — — step further 32 Canine registry
16 Valhalla honcho 58 Riviera summer 33 Lassie’s refusal
17 Thugs 59 Extended family 35 Ousts
19 Explorer Ponce de — 60 Above, to a bard 37 Tidal wave
20 Kindled 40 Blows gently
GET FUZZY® 21 Checks copy DOWN 41 First US state
23 Bok — 1 Insult 42 Circle the earth
26 A Muppet 2 Molokai neighbor 43 Slice
28 Gee’s opposite 3 Tip one’s hat 45 Carpenter or Blixen
29 Keats work 4 Diameter halves 46 Pedestal
30 Mr. Hawke 5 Picked up the tab 48 Ms. Dinesen
34 Ran in neutral 6 Joie de vivre 49 Desdemona’s enemy
36 PIN prompter 7 Future officer 50 — -eyed
38 Alias letters 8 Baja good-bye 51 Ski lift (hyph.)
39 Dewlaps 9 Ark. neighbor
41 Board-game pair 12 Grid great Merlin —
42 Diva’s performance 13 Illinois city

Thursday’s PUZZLE SOLVED


MOO E D P A D R E
I N F R A T R E A D
NO T A R Y S A F A R I
S K E T C H F E E
KenKen® is a registered trademark of Nextoy, LLC. ©2011 KenKen Puzzle LLC. All rights reserved.

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OMA R HO N E A S H
M I S S Y B E T S T U
O A K MA Y A L I E N
O K S A N T I E A R S
VW S C N N
C O B V I O L E T
L I ON E L A D E P T S
Dist. by UFS, Inc. www.kenken.com

A S N E R GR E A T
N E E D Y E N T R Y
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Previous
Sudoku Want More Fun
answers ●

Each row and each column must contain the numbers 1
through 6 without repeating.
The numbers within the heavily outlined boxes, called
and Games?
cages, must combine using the given operation (in any Jumble Page 2 • La Times Crossword Puzzle Classifieds
order) to produce the target numbers in the top-left corners.
Drabble & Over the Hedge Comics Classifieds
Freebies: Fill in single-box cages with the number in the
● top-left corner. Kids Across/Parents Down Puzzle Family Resource Guide
5-27-11

striving to fulfill a personal ambition, you might win a Mondays can happen on Friday. Keep a cool noggin might distort life’s realism and throw you off-course.
skirmish, but you aren’t going to win the war. and your feet on the ground, and you’ll get through PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -- It’s more important
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -- Watch your back, because the flak and be chilling poolside, a well-earned than usual for you to be prepared for life’s unex-
Friday, May 27, 2011
someone who is feeding you information might be de- daiquiri in hand. pected contingencies and to handle your resources
There is a good chance that some exciting develop- liberately giving you false data in order to throw you SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) -- You’ll suffer the very carefully. Put off making any long-term loans for
ments spurred by welcome changes will be in the off-course. Beware of schemers with forked tongues. consequences of palling around with a friend who the moment.
offing for you in the next year. Once the chain of VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- There is a good chance always has to be on stage. This person’s need for ARIES (March 21-April 19) -- Someone who was
events begins, a ripple effect of good fortune will you could be manipulated into an argument after significance will irritate everyone else and drag you committed to your cause might suddenly switch
cascade through your life. which, if something goes wrong or it is mishandled, down as well. sides. Learn from this experience so that next time
you’ll be the one who is blamed. Don’t be left holding CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -- Before becoming you’ll know how to select a better cohort.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -- This is not going to be the bag. involved in another’s problem, beware of the ramifica- TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -- Putting off doing what
a good day for you if you decide to take a gamble on LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -- There is no better tions if events turn out poorly. In spite of your good needs to be done will have negative repercussions.
something you know to be risky. Don’t blindly follow person to partner up with than you, and someone intentions, things could go wrong and you’ll be blamed. You know you’ll pay the price, but I doubt that you’ll
a pal into dangerous waters. You’ll both founder. who knows this might try to take advantage of your AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -- Although your powers know how much it will cost you.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -- Go ahead and be cooperative spirit. Watch you haunches. of concentration are usually pretty good, things could
self-serving, but know there will be a price to pay. In SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -- Sometimes manic go wrong. A little daydreaming and/or flights of fancy Copyright 2011, United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
26 Friday• May. 27, 2011 THE DAILY JOURNAL

104 Training 106 Tutoring 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 203 Public Notices
TERMS & CONDITIONS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi-
fieds will not be responsible for more
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia-
TUTORING CAREGIVERS NEWSPAPER INTERNS
JOURNALISM
STATEMENT #244521
The following person is doing business
as: Little Shanghai, 17 E. 25th Ave., San
bility shall be limited to the price of one 2 years The Daily Journal is looking for in- Mateo, CA 94403 is hereby registered
insertion. No allowance will be made for
errors not materially affecting the value
Spanish, French, experience terns to do entry level reporting, re- by the following owner: Liu Chenglin, 433
W. 39th Ave., San Mateo, CA 94403.
search, updates of our ongoing fea-
of the ad. All error claims must be sub-
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis-
Italian required. tures and interviews. Photo interns al- The business is conducted by an Individ-
ual. The registrants commenced to trans-
so welcome.
ing conditions, please ask for a Rate act business under the FBN on
Card. Certificated Local Immediate We expect a commitment of four to /s/ Liu Chenglin /
This statement was filed with the Asses-
Teacher Placement eight hours a week for at least four
months. The internship is unpaid, but sor-County Clerk on 04/26/11. (Publish-
105 Education/Instruction All Ages! on all assignments intelligent, aggressive and talented in- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
05/06/11, 05/13/11, 05/21/11, 05/27/11).
terns have progressed in time into
TENNIS LESSONS - Throughout San CALL (650)777-9000 paid correspondents and full-time re-
Mateo County 60$/Hr. 15 Years experi-
ence, Call 650-518-3070 or email ten-
(650)573-9718 porters.
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are encouraged to apply. Newspaper STATEMENT #244424
CAREGIVERS The following person is doing business
106 Tutoring experience is preferred but not neces-
sarily required. as: Legend Systems Services, 1109 18th
107 Musical Instruction We’re currently looking for Ave., Redwood City, CA 94063 is here-
experienced eldercare aides-- Please send a cover letter describing by registered by the following owner:
THE OLD FASHION KIND CNAs, HHAs & Live-ins Anuresh Chandra, 1107 18th Ave., Red-
Music Lessons your interest in newspapers, a resume
OF LEARNING WITH THE with excellent references to and three recent clips. Before you ap- wood City, CA 94063. The business is
FIVE R’S Sales • Repairs • Rentals ply, you should familiarize yourself conducted by an Individual. The regis-
join our team! trants commenced to transact business
Reading, Riting, Rithmetic, Bronstein Music Good pay and
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Rewards, Respect 363 Grand Ave. excellent benefits!
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We deal with most educational Send your information via e-mail to This statement was filed with the Asses-
So. San Francisco Drivers preferred. sor-County Clerk on 04/21/11. (Publish-
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Call Claudia at ular mail to 800 S. Claremont St #210, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
have a dream school? Dreams 05/06/11, 05/13/11, 05/21/11, 05/27/11).
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DRIVER NEEDED jump into the business arena with both SALES - The following persons are doing busi-
Credential Educator ASSISTANT MANAGER - MUST have feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs ness as: Loqheart, 355 Skyline Dr., Daly
San Mateo (650)513-1743 Reliable, safe driver for senior citizen of the newspaper and media industries.
jewelry/retail experience. Benefits - couple. Available 9am-6pm, local driv- Putnam Auto Group City, CA 94015 is hereby registered by
• Elementary • Middle School Bonus - No Nights! ing around Peninsula. Must have pa-
This position will provide valuable the following owners: Don-Duong Thai
• High School (650)367-6500, Fax # (650)367-6400 tience and good driving record. Inter-
experience for your bright future. Buick Pontiac GMC Quach, same address and Phong David
• Special Education mail to: jobs@jewelryexchange.com Fax resume (650)344-5290 $50,000 Average Expectation Ngo, 122 Penhurst Ct., Daly City, CA
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General Partnership. The registrants
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G/ C Required, Swing / Grave shifts the FBN on 05/03/2011.
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required. Call: (408) 978-2198 City. Email for job description: rob@the- • Car Allowance This statement was filed with the Asses-
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• Paid insurance w/life & dental sor-County Clerk on 05/03/11. (Publish-
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• Five day work week 05/06/11, 05/13/11, 05/21/11, 05/27/11).

110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment Top Performers earn $100k Plus!!
Bilingual a plus
Paid training included FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
Call Mr. Olson STATEMENT #244657
1-866-788-6267 The following person is doing business
as: Belmont Gyros House, 1397 El Cami-
no Real, Belmont, CA 94002 is hereby
registered by the following owner: Sam
Salamin, 115 Blossom Cir., #A, San Ma-
teo, CA 94403. The business is conduct-
ed by an Individual. The registrants com-
menced to transact business under the
FBN on
/s/ Sam Salamin /
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 05/04/11. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
05/06/11, 05/13/11, 05/21/11, 05/27/11).

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME


STATEMENT #244369
The following person is doing business
as: Hilton San Francisco Airport Bay-
front, 600 Airport Boulevard, BURLIN-
GAME, CA 94010 is hereby registered
by the following owner: Harbor View Ho-
tels, Inc., CA. The business is conducted
by a Corporation. The registrants com-
110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment menced to transact business under the
FBN on 02/22/2011
/s/ Joyce Wieble /
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 04/18/11. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
05/06/11, 05/13/11, 05/21/11, 05/27/11).

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME


STATEMENT #244660
The following persons are doing busi-
ness as: R&D Installs, 1523 Chapin Ave.,
BURLINGAME, CA 94010 is hereby reg-
istered by the following owners: Richard
Thomas Barnes IV, 946 Laguna Ave.
Burlingame, CA 94010 and David
Charles Lemon 4108 George Ave. #5
San Mateo, CA 94403. The business is
conducted by a General Partnership. The
registrants commenced to transact busi-
ness under the FBN on N/A.
/s/ Richard Thomas Barnes /
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 05/05/2011. (Pub-
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
05/06/11, 05/13/11, 05/21/11, 05/27/11).

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME


STATEMENT #244533
The following person is doing business
as: Mikimoiselle, 2 Clark Drive #201,
SAN MATEO, CA 94401 is hereby regis-
tered by the following owner: Ikim Enter-
prises, LLC, San Mateo, CA. The busi-
ness is conducted by a Limited Liability
Company. The registrants commenced
to transact business under the FBN on
01/25/2011.
/s/Miki Carlton /
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 04/27/2011. (Pub-
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
05/06/11, 05/13/11, 05/21/11, 05/27/11).
THE DAILY JOURNAL Friday• May. 27, 2011 27
203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 210 Lost & Found Drabble Drabble Drabble
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME LOST - DUFFEL bag. Dark red on
STATEMENT #244440 STATEMENT #244670 wheels filled with workout clothes. De
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business Anza Blvd. San Mateo April 14. Gener-
as: Penguins Car Wash & Gas, 246 S. as: Moving Forward Life Coaching, 4000 ous reward! 650-345-1700
Spruce Ave., SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, S. El Camino Real #127, SAN MATEO,
CA 94080 is hereby registered by the fol- CA 94403 is hereby registered by the fol- LOST SET OF KEYS Woodside Road
lowing owner: Justin Lee, 700 Cilker Ct., lowing owner: Danetta Marcus, same ad- Plaza, RWC or possibly Stanford Medical
Los Gatos, CA 95032. The business is dress. The business is conducted by an Clinic on Page Mill Rd. Palo Alto.
conducted by an Individual. The regis- Individual. The registrants commenced to FOUND!
trants commenced to transact business transact business under the FBN on
under the FBN on /s/ Danetta Marcus / LOST: Center cap from wheel of Cadil-
/s/ Justin Lee / This statement was filed with the Asses- lac. Around Christmas time. Chrome with
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 05/05/2011. (Pub- multi-colored Cadillac emblem in center.
sor-County Clerk on 04/21/11. (Publish- lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Small hole near edge for locking device.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 05/20/11, 05/27/11, 06/03/11, 06/10/11). Belmont or San Carlos area.
05/13/11, 05/20/11, 05/27/11, 06/03/11). Joel 650-592-1111.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #244873
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME The following person is doing business 295 Art
STATEMENT #244672 as: First Contact Engineering, 415 Beach Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Over the Hedge
The following persons are doing busi- Ave., HALF MOON BAY, CA 94019 is AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL Bark
ness as: Kallidus Group, 743 Acacia hereby registered by the following owner: Painting 12"X16" signed original made of
Drive, BURLINGAME, CA 94010 is here- Innova Designs, LLC, CA. The business paper bark, gebung, lichens, $100
by registered by the following owners: is conducted by a Limited Liability Com- 650-595-3933
Victoria Muir, same address, Adrienne pany. The registrants commenced to
Ho, 1557 New Brunswick Ave., Sunny- transact business under the FBN on
vale CA 94087, Jackie Richards, 1808 05/15/2011. 296 Appliances
W. School St. Chicago, IL 60657. The /s/ William G. Howell /
business is conducted by Co-Partners. This statement was filed with the Asses- AIR CONDITIONER - slider model for
The registrants commenced to transact sor-County Clerk on 05/18/2011. (Pub- narrow windows, 10k BTU, excellent
business under the FBN on lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, condition, $100., (650)212-7020
/s/ Victoria Muir / 05/20/11, 05/27/11, 06/03/11, 06/10/11).
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 05/05/2011. (Pub-
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME CHANDELIER NEW 4 lights $30.
05/13/11, 05/20/11, 05/27/11, 06/03/11). STATEMENT #244682 (650)878-9542
The following person is doing business
as: Posttaska, 710 Birch Ave., SAN MA- CHOPPERS (4) with instructions $7/all.
TEO, CA 94402 is hereby registered by (650)368-3037
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #244762 the following owner: Taska E. Sanford,
same address. The business is conduct- ELECTRIC HEATER - Oil filled electric
The following person is doing business heater, 1500 watts, $30., (650)504-3621
as: Caffe Sapore, 1243 Howard Ave., ed by an Individual. The registrants com-
menced to transact business under the 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
BURLINGAME, CA 94010 is hereby reg-
FBN on 04/25/2011. 303 Electronics
istered by the following owner: Putiga GAS STOVE - great condition, clean
Inc., CA. The business is conducted by a /s/ Taska E. Sanford /
This statement was filed with the Asses- ready to use. $99., (650)583-4874 COLOR TV - Apex digital, 13”, perfect
Corporation. The registrants commenced condition, manual, remote, $70.,
sor-County Clerk on 05/09/2011. (Pub-
to transact business under the FBN on
/s/ Elio Duizo /
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 05/12/2011. (Pub-
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
05/20/11, 05/27/11, 06/03/11, 06/10/11).
PORTABLE GE Dishwasher, excellent
condition SOLD!
RADIATOR HEATER, oil filled, electric,
1500 watts $25. (650)504-3621
(650)867-2720

COMSWITCH 3500 - used for fax, com-


puter modem, telephone answering ma-
LEGAL NOTICES
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
05/13/11, 05/20/11, 05/27/11, 06/03/11).
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME chine, never used, $20., (650)347-5104 Fictitious Business Name Statements, Trustee Sale
STATEMENT #244882 RCA VACUUM tube manual '42 $25.
The following person is doing business (650)593-8880 DEWALT HEAVY duty work site radio Notice, Alcohol Beverage License, Name Change,
as: The Law Offices of Eric J. Gravel,
1900 South Norfolk St., Ste. 350, San SHOP VACUUM rigid brand 3.5 horse
charger in box $100. (650)756-7878 Probate, Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons,
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #244499 Mateo, CA 94403 is hereby registered power 9 gal wet/dry $40. (650)591-2393 DVD PLAYER AMW excellent condition
simple to use Sold!
Notice of Public Sales, and More.
The following person is doing business by the following owner: The Financial
Law Firm, Inc., CA. The business is con- VACUUM CLEANER $50 (650)367-1350
as: Easco, 231 Shaw Rd., SOUTH SAN FIVE REALISTIC-BRAND shelf speak-
FRANCISCO, CA 94080 is hereby regis- ducted by a Corporation. The registrants
ers, 8 ohms, new, 4 1/2 in. x 4 1/4 in. x 7
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County.
tered by the following owner: Easco, CA. commenced to transact business under
the FBN on 05/01/2011. VACUUM CLEANER excellent condition in. $10/each. (650)364-0902
The business is conducted by a Corpora-
tion. The registrants commenced to /s/ Eric Gravel / $40. (650)878-9542 Fax your request to: 650-344-5290
FLIP CAMCORDER $50. (650)583-2767
transact business under the FBN on This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 05/19/2011. (Pub-
VACUUM CLEANER Oreck-cannister Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com
04/08/2011. type $40., (650)637-8244 MAGNAVOX PORTABLE 10 inch color
/s/ Gary Wang / lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, TV, excellent working condition, easily
This statement was filed with the Asses- 05/27/11, 06/03/11, 06/10/11, 06/17/11). portable, only $19, call 650-595-3933
sor-County Clerk on 04/26/2011. (Pub- VACUUM CLEANER small with all at-
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, tachments for cars $30 San Mateo PANASONIC TV 21 inch $25., (650)637-
05/13/11, 05/20/11, 05/27/11, 06/03/11). FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 650-341-5347 8244
STATEMENT #244882
The following person is doing business
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME as: 1)Accessories Plus, 2)Accessories 297 Bicycles 304 Furniture 308 Tools
TV - Big Screen, $70., ok condition,
STATEMENT #244669 Plus HHC, LLC, 1421 Old County Road, (650)367-1350
#D, Belmont, CA 94002 is hereby regis- MATTRESS TOPPER chrome full size ENGINE ANALYZER & TIMING LITE -
The following person is doing business BICYCLE - Sundancer Jr., 26”, $75. obo $15., (650)368-3037 Sears Penske USA, for older cars, like
as: 1) KCC Transport Systems Inc. 2) tered by the following owner: Accesso- (650)676-0732 TV 25 inch color with remote $25. Sony
ries Plus HHC, LLC, CA. The business is new, $60., (650)344-8549 leave msg.
Hanjin Express, 3) Impex GLS Inc., 12 inch COLOR TV FOR $10 EXCEL-
1805 Rolling Road, BURLINGAME, CA conducted by a Limited Liability Compa- METAL DESK, 7 drawers, 2 shelves,
GIRL'S BIKE HUFFY Purple 6-speed LENT COND. (650)520-0619 gray, 3x5 ft. $40. (650)364-0902
94010 is hereby registered by the follow- ny. The registrants commenced to trans- good cond. $35 - Angela (650)269-3712 LUMBER RACK for long bed & diamond
ing owner: Mega Logistics, Inc., CA. The act business under the FBN on TV SET Philips 21 inch with remote $40., plated toolbox, good condition, $500.
06/16/2011. OFFICE DESK and secretary chairs with each or $800 all, (650)921-8270
business is conducted by a Corporation. 298 Collectibles (650)692-3260 rollers, $40. obo, (650)583-4874
The registrants commenced to transact /s/ Steven Viglienzoni /
business under the FBN on 08/15/2005. /s/ Mary Viglienzoni / VHF PORTABLE MARINE Radio New PLANT TABLE - 22X16, beautiful de- PRESSURE WASHER 2500 PSI, good
/s/ Myungho Chung / This statement was filed with the Asses- 1982 PRINT "A Tune Off The Top Of My Condition. Uses 8AA Batteries. $25., condition, $350., (650)926-9841
Head" See: http://tinyurl.com/4y38xld sign, $20., (650)867-2720
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 05/25/2011. (Pub- (650)740-8600
sor-County Clerk on 05/05/2011. (Pub- lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 650-204-0587 $75 ROCKING CHAIR - Traditional, full size RIDGED WET AND DRY VACUUM -16
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 05/27/11, 06/03/11, 06/10/11, 06/17/11). VINTAGE SEARS 8465 aluminum photo Rocking chair. Excellent condition $100., gallons 5 horse power in box accesso-
05/13/11, 05/20/11, 05/27/11, 06/03/11). 28 RECORDS - 78 RPMS, Bing Crosby, tripod + bag. Sturdy! $25 See: (650)504-3621 ries included $65., (650)756-7878
Frankie Laine, Al Jolson, many others, all http://tinyurl.com/3v9oxrk 650-204-0587
in book albums, $60. all, (650)347-5104 SOCKET SET - New, 40 Piece 3/8"
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME drive reversible ratchet, metric/SAE, ex-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #244957 SOFA- BROWN, Beautiful, New $250
STATEMENT #244610 The following person is doing business 49ER REPORT issues '85-'87 $35/all, 304 Furniture 650-207-0897 tension, case, $19., (650) 595-3933
The following persons are doing busi- as: Superior Building Maintenance, 406 (650)592-2648
ness as: Avenue Pet Salon, 1427 Burlin- 2 END Tables solid maple '60's era TWIN BEDS - good condition, $98. SPEEDAIR AIR COMPRESSOR - 4 gal-
El Camino Real, San Carlos, CA 94070 lon stack tank air compressor $100.,
game Ave, BURLINGAME, CA 94010 is is hereby registered by the following $40/both. (650)670-7545 OBO, (650)583-4874
hereby registered by the following own- Army shirtl, long sleeves, with pockets. (650)591-4710
owner: Rosalva Ambriz Inc., CA. The
ers: Regina Moraga, 6107 Buena Ven- business is conducted by a Corporation. XL $15 each (408)249-3858 2 MIRRORED chest of drawers, $50.
tura Ave, Oakland, CA 94605, Veronica each, (415)375-1617 WOODEN KITCHEN China Cabinet: $99 TABLE SAW 10", very good condition
The registrants commenced to transact $85. (650) 787-8219
Shea, 416 Turner Terrace #6, San Ma- business under the FBN on BAY MEADOWS UMBRELLA - Color- (great condition!), (650)367-1350
teo, CA 94401. The business is conduct- ful, large-size, can fit two people under- ARMOIRE CABINET - $90., (415)375-
/s/ Lilianna Govea / 1617
ed by General Partnership. The regis- This statement was filed with the Asses- neath. $20 (650)867-2720
306 Housewares 309 Office Equipment
trants commenced to transact business sor-County Clerk on 05/25/2011. (Pub- BLACK LEATHER office chair with 5
under the FBN on lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, BAY MEADOWS bag & umbrella - CALCULATOR - (2) heavy duty, tape
$15.each, (650)345-1111 rollers $25. (650)871-5078 "PRINCESS HOUSE” decorator urn
/s/ Regina Moraga / 05/27/11, 06/03/11, 06/10/11, 06/17/11). "Vase" cream with blue flower 13 inch H Casio & Sharp, $30. each, (650)344-
This statement was filed with the Asses- BLACK TV stand 15 inches H 28 inches $25., (650)868-0436 8549
sor-County Clerk on 05/03/2011. (Pub- BEETLE FAN London Pauadium
Royal Command performance '63 poster W with glass doors FREE with pickup
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 650-871-5078 OFFICE LAMP new $7. (650)345-1111
05/13/11, 05/20/11, 05/27/11, 06/03/11). SOLD! CANDLEHOLDER - Gold, angel on it,
STATEMENT #244984
The following person is doing business tall, purchased from Brueners, originally
as: Gold Star Market, 615 Woodside Rd.,
COLORIZED TERRITORIAL Quarters
uncirculated with Holder $15/all, BREAKFAST NOOK DINETTE TABLE-
$100., selling for $25.,(650)867-2720 310 Misc. For Sale
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME #1, Redwood City, CA 94061 is hereby solid oak, 55 X 54”, $49., SSF,
STATEMENT #244776 (408)249-3858 CHEFMATE COUNTERTOP MICRO- 10 PIECE farberware mellennium stain-
registered by the following owner: Maher (650)583-8069
The following person is doing business Zada, 1117 Ramblewood Way, San Ma- WAVE - .7 cu ft. , white, like new condi- less steel cookware set. Like new! $75.
as: Discount Plumbing & Rooter Inc., ELVIS PRESLEY poster book $20., tion, $35., (808)271-3183 808-271-3183
teo, CA 94403. The business is conduct- (650)692-3260 CABINET - wood, $70., (650)367-1350
1325 Howard Ave. #710, BURLINGAME, ed by an Individual. The registrants com-
CA 94010 is hereby registered by the CHANDELIER WITH 5 lights/ candela- COUNTRY KITCHEN pot rack with down
menced to transact business under the GLASSES 6 sets redskins, good condi- lights. Retailed at $250. New in box $99 10 PLANTS (assorted) for $3.00 each,
following owner: Discount P;umbing & FBN on tion never used $12./all. (650)345-1111 bre base with glass shades $20.
Heating Inc., CA. The business is con- (650) 454-6163 (650)349-6059
/s/ Maher Zada / (650)504-3621
ducted by a Corporation. The registrants This statement was filed with the Asses- JACK TASHNER signed ball $25. Ri-
commenced to transact business under DINNERWARE - 30 piece set white, like 10 X 10 CANOPY - in bag, $50.,
sor-County Clerk on 05/26/2011. (Pub- chard (650)834-4926 CHEST OF drawers - $25., (415)375- (650)364-0902
the FBN on 1617 new condition, $30., (808)271-3183
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
/s/ Kevin Griffin / 05/27/11, 06/03/11, 06/10/11, 06/17/11). MERCHANT MARINE, framed forecastle
This statement was filed with the Asses- COFFEE TABLE - $60., (650)367-1350 PERSIAN TEA set for 8. Including 13 PIECE paint and pad set for home
card, signed by Captain Angrick '70. 13 x spoon, candy dish, and tray. Gold Plated.
sor-County Clerk on 05/12/2011. (Pub- 17 inches $35 cash. (650)755-8238 use $25., (650)589-2893
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, COFFEE TABLE - brown, perfect condi- $90. (650) 867-2720
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 2 MATCHING blankets - full/queen size,
05/13/11, 05/20/11, 05/27/11, 06/03/11). STATEMENT #244946 PHOTO - 4x8 signed photo of Arnold Ce- tion, nice design, with storage, $50.,
(650)345-1111 SOLID TEAK floor model 16 wine rack solid cream color, vellux, hyproallergenic,
The following person is doing business peda $10., (650)692-3260 with turntable $60. (650)592-7483 offers warmth without weight, great con-
as: Papa Ray’s Pizza, 2731 Geneva dition, $38., (650)347-5104
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Ave., Daly City, CA 94014 is hereby PHOTO - 8 x 10 signed photo of Gaylord COFFEE TABLE light brown lots of stor-
STATEMENT #244516 registered by the following owner: Perry $10., (650)692-3260 age good condition $45. (650)867-2720 307 Jewelry & Clothing 3 LAMPS. 2 adjustable 1 table (brass)
The following person is doing business Lourdes Tesares, 126 Arcadia Dr., Pacif-
as: Peninsula Processing Group, 145 N. PHOTO - 8x10 signed retirement book of 49ER'S JACKET Child size $50. $90 all. (808)271-3183
ica, CA 94044. The business is con-
El Camino Real, Apt. 205, SAN MATEO, ducted by an Individual. The registrants Joe Montana $39 Authenicated, COMPUTER DESK $70. (650)367-1350 (650)871-7200
CA 94401 is hereby registered by the fol- (650)692-3260 4 IN 1 stero unit. CD player broken.$20
commenced to transact business under DINING SET glass table with rod iron & 4 650-834-4926
lowing owner: Jamie Todd Cabrera. The the FBN on 05/24/2011. CUSTOM JEWELRY all kinds, lengths
business is conducted by an Individual. blue chairs $100/all
/s/ Lourdes Tesares / POSTER - framed photo of President 650-520-7921/650-245-3661 and sizes $50/all. (650)592-2648
The registrants commenced to transact Wilson and Chinese Junk $25 cash, 5 NEEDLEPOINT sets still in package
This statement was filed with the Asses- $10/each, (650)592-2648
business under the FBN on sor-County Clerk on 05/24/2011. (Pub- (650)755-8238 LADIES BRACELET, Murano glass.
/s/ Jamie Todd Cabrera / DISPLAY CASE wood & glass 31 x 19 Various shades of red and blue $100
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, inches $30. (650)873-4030
This statement was filed with the Asses- 05/27/11, 06/03/11, 06/10/11, 06/17/11). Daly City, no return calls. (650)991-2353
sor-County Clerk on 04/26/2011. (Pub- SPORTS CARDS over 10k some stars 9 CARRY-ON bags (assorted) - extra
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, and old cards $100/all. (650)207-2712 DRAFTING TABLE 30 x 42' with side large, good condition, $10. each obo,
tray. excellent cond $75. (650)949-2134 LADIES GOLD Lame' elbow length-
05/20/11, 05/27/11, 06/03/11, 06/10/11). STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF gloves sz 7.5 $15 New. (650)868-0436 (650)349-6059
VASE - with tray, grey with red flowers,
USE of FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME perfect condition, $25., (650)345-1111 END TABLE marble top with drawer with
matching table $70/all. (650)520-0619 LIZ CLAIBORNE black evening jacket ANGEL WITH lights 12 inches High $12.
STATEMENT #M-232356 Sz. 12, acetate/polyester, $10. SOLD
The following persons have abandoned WELLS FARGO solid brass Belt Buckle (650)368-3037
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER - Oak
STATEMENT #244678 the use of the fictitious business name: $40., (650)692-3260 SHEER PURPLE tunic, Sz XL, w/em-
Twist Salon, 841A California Drive, Bur- wood, great condition, glass doors, fits ART BOOKS hard Cover, full color (10)
The following person is doing business large TV, 2 drawers, shelves , $100/obo. broidered design & sequins, $10. SOLD! Norman Rockwell and others $10 each
as: Light and Love Healing, 161 W. 25th lingame, CA 94010. The fictitious busi-
Ave. Suite 101, SAN MATEO, CA 94403 ness name referred to above was filed in 302 Antiques (650)261-9681 SILVER SEQUIN shirt-jacket Sz 12-14 - 650-364-7777
is hereby registered by the following County on 03/31/2009. The business very dressy, $15. SOLD!
was conducted by: Christy Pagliaro 1912 COFFEE Perculater Urn. perfect FOLDING PICNIC table - 96” x 30” with ARTIFICIAL FICUS Tree 6 ft. life like, full
owner: Reta Coolin, 33 Lodato Ave. #8, condition includes electric cord $85. 7 folding, padded chairs, $100., branches. in basket $55. (650)269-3712
San Mateo, CA 94403. The business is Hough, 600 Lincoln Ave., Redwood City, SWEATER SET, barely worn: Macy's
CA 94061 and Sherry Eppel, 123 Seville (415)565-6719 (650)364-0902 black sweater set, Size M, wool w/gold
conducted by an Individual. The regis- BARBIE BEACH vacation & Barbie prin-
trants commenced to transact business Way, San Mateo, CA 94402. metalic stripes, $15 set. SOLD!
/s/ Christy Pagliaro Hough / HOSPITAL BED new $1100 OBO cess bride computer games $15 each,
under the FBN on N/A. ANTIQUE STOOL - Rust color cushion 650-595-1931 (650)367-8949
/s/ Reta Coolin / This statement was filed with the Asses- TOURQUOISE BLUE party dress, cov-
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo with lions feet, antique, $50.obo, ered w/sequins, sz 14, $15. SOLD
This statement was filed with the Asses- (650)525-1410 HOSPITAL BED FREE need to pick up
sor-County Clerk on 05/06/2011. (Pub- County on 04/28/2011. (Published in the
San Mateo Daily Journal, 05/20/11, SOLD!
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
05/27/11, 06/03/11, 06/10/11). CHINA CABINET - Vintage, 6 foot,
308 Tools BATHROOM WINDOW- OX slider 24
5/8 x 44 inches. New $49
05/20/11, 05/27/11, 06/03/11, 06/10/11).
solid mahogany. $300/obo. 650-494-1687
(650)867-0379 LOUNGE CHAIRS - 2 new, with cover & CIRCULAR SAW, Craftsman-brand, 10”,
plastic carring case & headrest, $35. 4 long x 20” wide. Comes w/ stand - $70.
BATMAN AND James Bond Hard cover
210 Lost & Found each, (650)592-7483 (650)678-1018
and paperback 10 inch x 12 inch $7.50
LOST - 2 silver rings and silver watch, 303 Electronics LOVE SEAT - one year old, excellent COMEALONG PULLER - 4000 lbs., each 650-364-7777
May 7th in Burlingame between Park Rd. condition, $85., (650)583-4874 $20. (650)364-0902
& Walgreens, Sentimental value. Call 46” MITSUBISHI Projector TV, great BBQ SMOKER BBQ Grill, LP Coleman,
Gen @ (650)344-8790 condition. $400. (650)261-1541. LOVE SEAT beige color good condition CRAFTSMAN RECIPROCATING saw Alaskan Cookin’ Machine, cost $140 sell
$55., (650)368-3037 new, with case SOLD! $75. 650-344-8549
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310 Misc. For Sale 310 Misc. For Sale 310 Misc. For Sale 312 Pets & Animals 316 Clothes 322 Garage Sales
BBQ SMOKER, with propane tank, GAME "BEAT THE EXPERTS" never SPORTS BOOKS, Full of Facts, All BIRD CAGE 14x14x8 ecellent condition MEN'S SHOES - New, size 10, $10.,
used $8., (408)249-3858 Sports, Beautiful Collection 5 Volumes, $25 Daly City, (650)755-9833 (650)756-6778
wheels, shelf, sears model $86 650-344-
8549 $25. 650 871-7211
DOG CAGE/GORILLA - folding MEN'S SUIT almost new $25.
GARAGE
BEADS - Glass beads for jewelry mak-
ing, $75. all, (650)676-0732
GEORGE FOREMAN Grill good condi-
tion $15.
650-592-3327
STRIDE RITE Toddler Sandals,
Brown, outsole, Velcro closures, Size
6W. Excellent cond, $20. (650)525-0875
large dog cage good condition, 2 door
with tray, $75.,(650)355-8949
650-573-6981
MENS SLACKS - 8 pairs, $50., Size
36/32, (408)420-5646
SALE
DOG CARRIER KENNEL BOX - brand
BEAUTIFUL VINTAGE PICTURE - col-
orful hot air balloons, 25” x 19” enclosed
in glass wooden frame, very good condi-
tion, Burl., $11.,(650)347-5104
HAIR BLOWERS (2) - One Conair, one
Andis Hang Up Turbo, $15. both,
(650)525-1410
TOWELS FULL size bath towels $3 /
each (8 total) SOLD!
name Furrarri Petmate, 31 X 21, $35.,
SSF, (650)871-7200 PROM TUXEDOS, one white, one black
silk brocade, one maroon silk brocade,
with vest, cummer bund, tie suspenders.
MILLBRAE
TRIPOD SEARS 8465 aluminum photo 315 Wanted to Buy Size 36 - 38. all 3 sets for $85 obo 650-
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America”:
Hughes poem
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382 Condos for Sale 470 Rooms 620 Automobiles 620 Automobiles 670 Auto Service 672 Auto Stereos
XLT FORD Ranger 02 126k miles. One
BURLINGAME CONDO Room For Rent AUTO AUCTION owner NEW 15x8 wheels, radial tires, 5 MB GARAGE, INC.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Top Floor
Travel Inn, San Carlos
$49 daily + tax
The following repossessed ve-
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San Mateo We Sell, Install and
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620 Automobiles (650)873-8623
Quieter Car Ride
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SAN MATEO - Cottage near downtown
& 101, includes utilities, washer/dryer
ity donations sold. Sealed bids will
NISSAN ‘01 Quest - GLE, leather seats,
880 AUTO WORKS 680 Autos Wanted
be taken from 8am-8pm on Dealership Quality
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