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Friday • May 19, 2017 • XVII, Edition 236 www.smdailyjournal.com

Caltrain fares on rise
$20M budget shortfall could prompt parking, ride hikes
By Samantha Weigel
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Riding Caltrain has become so pop-
ular, the transit agency says its budget
is having a hard time keeping up.
In striving to close a nearly $20 mil-
COURTESY OF MAKER FAIRE
lion hole, Caltrain is looking to
The MegaBots fighting robot the Mk.II was shown to the 2015 increase ticket prices and parking fees.
Maker Faire Bay Area crowd. A new version called Mk.III will Whether you’re an employer trying
be unveiled to the public for the first time this weekend at the to encourage workers to take public
San Mateo County Event Center. transit, a casual Caltrain rider or a reg-
ular user who parks at the station, fees

Beekeepers,
are expected to rise — in some cases
between 14 percent and 50 percent.
Caltrain is one of the few transit
agencies that doesn’t have its own ded-
DAILY JOURNAL FILE PHOTO
icated funding source to cover opera-
tions. Instead, it often relies on sup-

robots, food,
Caltrain rider or a regular user who parks at the station, fees are expected to rise
— in some cases between 14 percent and 50 percent. See FARES, Page 31

funandmore
Maker Faire Bay Area returns to San Mateo
By Samantha Weigel
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

From a 12-ton giant fighting robot making its first pub-
lic debut before it takes on a Japanese opponent, to protein
bars made from leftovers in the craft brewery process, the
curious creators cultivating the maker movement are
descending into the Bay Area this weekend.
Homegrown right here in San Mateo, the 12th annual
Maker Faire Bay Area is enlivening the San Mateo County
Event Center this weekend. Whether it’s the newest in
health care technology, beekeeping instructors or even
spaces designed to engage kids’ creativity, the ever-expand-
ing world-renowned event is tying it all together.
Oh, and of course, there’s robots!
Flying robots, underwater robots, fighting robots, racing
robots, Star Wars-themed robots and others will showing
See FAIRE, Page 17

Neighbors question
housing development
Concerns about height, impact of Habitat
for Humanity project in Redwood City
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL
Ray Tom, owner of Redwood City’s Green Leaf Asian Bistro & Cafe, tosses chicken wings he marinated with his signature ‘chili
Whether neighbors’ concerns about 20 below-market-rate chop’ sauce with hoisin and fresh chili peppers after deep frying them.Tom is a contestant in Saturday’s Redwing City chicken
downtown condominiums proposed for 612 Jefferson Ave. wing competition, part of Redwood City’s 150th Festival and Flower Extravaganza.
in Redwood City’s downtown will halt Habitat for
Humanity’s plans to increase the city’s affordable housing
stock is up for review at Monday’s City Council meeting.
The council will review an appeal lodged by attorney
Peninsula chefs vie for best chicken wing recipe
By Anna Schuessler imenting with versatile flavors and he is always looking outside the
Geoff Carr, whose law offices at 605 Middlefield Road share ingredients that showcase different boundaries of a specific cuisine.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
the same block, and other neighbors, citing concerns that “I like when things can break or
cultures at his restaurant at 865
its height and design are not compatible with nearby his- bend the rules to make something new
Bringing unique combinations of Middlefield Road in downtown
toric buildings and the lack of open space will have over- and exciting,” he said.
spill effects on the city’s downtown. flavors together is what drives Ray Redwood City. Though many of the
Tom, owner of Redwood City’s Green spring roll, sandwich, bowl or salad On Saturday, Tom will merge the
“We are opposing it for the obvious reason that it is a six-
Leaf Asian Bistro & Cafe. dishes available at his restaurant
See CONCERNS, Page 23 For three years, Tom has been exper- showcase Asian ingredients, Tom said See WINGS, Page 23
2 Friday • May 19, 2017 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day
“We are torn between nostalgia for the
familiar and an urge for the foreign and
strange. As often as not, we are homesick
most for the places we have never known.”
— Carson McCullers, American author

This Day in History
The silent movie “Wings,” a World War

1927 I drama starring Clara Bow, Charles
“Buddy” Rogers and Richard Arlen, had
its world premiere in San Antonio,
Texas, where it had been filmed.
In 1 5 3 6 , Anne Boleyn, the second wife of England’s King
Henry VIII, was beheaded after being convicted of adultery.
In 1 7 8 0 , a mysterious darkness enveloped much of New
England and part of Canada in the early afternoon.
In 1 9 1 3 , California Gov. Hiram Johnson signed the Webb-
Hartley Law prohibiting “aliens ineligible to citizenship”
from owning farm land, a measure targeting Asian immi-
grants, particularly Japanese.
In 1 9 3 5 , T.E. Lawrence, also known as “Lawrence of Arabia,”
died in Dorset, England, six days after being injured in a
motorcycle crash.
In 1 9 4 3 , in his second wartime address to the U.S. Congress,
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill pledged his coun-
try’s full support in the fight against Japan.
In 1 9 5 8 , British actor Ronald Colman died in Santa Barbara, REUTERS
California, at age 67. Pelicans are seen next to a fish market in the Chorrillos district of Lima, Peru.
In 1 9 6 2 , actress Marilyn Monroe sang “Happy Birthday to
You” to President John F. Kennedy during a Democratic
fundraiser at New York’s Madison Square Garden.
In other news ...
In 1 9 6 7 , the Soviet Union ratified a treaty banning nuclear Florida woman finds wasn’t so lucky. they need, to have a chance to win at
and other weapons from outer space as well as celestial bodies Lt. Gregory S. Bueno told the Palm the game of life.”
such as the moon. (The treaty entered into force in Oct. 1967.) iguana in toilet bowl, calls 911 Beach Post that crashes involving A team led by Lovich was surveying
In 1 9 7 7 , in what became known as the “Girl in the Box” MIAMI — What did a South Florida alligators are rare along that stretch of a study area of several square miles
case, 20-year-old Colleen Stan, hitchhiking her way to a party woman do when she lifted the lid on I-75 in southwest Florida. when it discovered the remains of 14
in northern California, was abducted by a couple she’d accept- her toilet and found an iguana inside? Rosinsky couldn’t believe it. She female and three male tortoises — and
ed a ride from and imprisoned as a sex slave for the next seven She closed it again and called 911. told the paper she first thought a fox 15 live animals, most of them males.
years. Judging from the deterioration of the
Lt. Scott Mullin of Miami-Dade Fire had run in front her vehicle. She said:
Rescue’s Venom One unit tells the “I’ve never been in a significant acci- carcasses and chalkiness of the bones,
Birthdays Miami Herald it’s the first time he’s dent before, and the first one I’m in is
found an iguana in a toilet. car vs. alligator!”
Lovich concluded the animals died
over the last five to 10 years, a span
Mullin says when the call came in including five consecutive years of
Tuesday night, he asked the dispatcher California tortoises died trying severe drought.
to make sure it was an iguana and not a to reproduce during drought
snake. California fraternity faces
LOS ANGELES — Scientists exam-
He says the woman, her daughter and
ining the deaths of female desert tor-
charges after trees cut down
grandchildren were waiting when he
arrived at their home in West Kendall, toises in Southern California said it SAN FRANCISCO — Federal author-
south of Miami. Mullin says the lizard appears the animals died while ities have charged a fraternity at
likely came up through the pipes. exhausting their water and energy to California State University, Chico
PBS newscaster Rock singer, Actor, comedian Mullin used gloves to lift the iguana lay eggs during California’s historic with illegally cutting down dozens of
Jim Lehrer is 83. composer Pete Michael Che is 34. from the bowl, put it in a box and drought. trees in a national forest during an ini-
Townshend is 72. drove it to a wildlife rescue center. Researchers want to know why tiation of new pledges, the U.S. Forest
female tortoises are dying in greater Service said.
TV personality David Hartman is 82. Actor James Fox is 78. ‘Are you kidding me?’ says numbers than males in the Joshua Tree The complaint was filed Tuesday
Actress Nancy Kwan is 78. Actor Peter Mayhew is 73. Concert
pianist David Helfgott is 70. Rock singer-musician Dusty Hill
woman who hit alligator on I-75 National Park.
U.S. Geological Survey biologist
against the school’s Pi Kappa Alpha
chapter and its president, Evan Jossey.
(ZZ Top) is 68. College Football Hall of Famer and former NFL SARASOTA, Fla. — A driver escaped Jeffrey Lovich said he believes the tor- The fraternity was charged with
player Archie Manning is 68. Singer-actress Grace Jones is serious injury when her SUV hit a 9- toises died during a desperate attempt downing the 32 trees at a campground
65. Rock musician Phil Rudd (AC-DC) is 63. Actor Steven foot alligator crossing Interstate 75 in to fight extinction. He called it an during a weekend initiation in April in
Ford is 61. Actress Toni Lewis is 57. Rock musician Iain Florida. “evolutionary gamble” — choosing to Lassen National Forest in Susanville,
Harvie (Del Amitri) is 55. Actress Polly Walker is 51. Actor The Florida Highway Patrol said in a try and reproduce despite harsh condi- about 300 miles (482 kilometers)
Jason Gray-Stanford is 47. Gospel singer Israel Houghton is news release that 34-year-old lawyer tions. north of San Francisco.
46. Rock singer Jenny Berggren (Ace of Base) is 45. Race car Jennifer Rosinski of Cooper City lost “Females will go out of their way to The fraternity also faces a charge of
driver Dario Franchitti is 44. TV personality Kim Zolciak control after hitting the alligator, and produce a clutch of four or so eggs,” possessing a firearm because a witness
Biermann (TV: “Real Housewives of Atlanta”) is 39. the car flipped over multiple times. Lovich told the Associated Press on heard gunfire at the campground, and a
Country/rock singer Shooter Jennings is 38. Actor Drew She somehow escaped with bruises and Tuesday. “They’ll do it during a charge of conspiracy to commit
Fuller is 37. Christian rock musician Tim McTague is 34. a cut under her right eye. The alligator drought, when they can’t find the water offense or defraud the United States.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Friday • May 19, 2017 3
Police reports Di s turbance. Two employees were fight-
ing at a business on Cowan Road before
5:59 a.m. Sunday, May 14.
That’s rough Lo s t pro perty. A woman lost her purse on
A man reported that a dog barked at him Burlingame Avenue before 9:45 p. m.
on Boothbay Avenue in Foster City Friday, May 12.
before 6:16 p.m. Friday, May 12. As s aul t. Someone reported being hit in the
head with a rock near Los Montes Drive and
Cananea Avenue before 10:56 a.m. Friday,
BURLINGAME May 12.
Theft. An unknown person stole a racing
kayak near Airport Boulevard and Lang
BELMONT
Road before 4:26 p.m. Monday, May 15. Traffic co mpl ai nts . Drivers were running
Theft. Someone stole a bicycle from the stop signs near Talbryn Drive and Paloma
train station near California Drive and Avenue before 7:30 a.m.Tuesday, May 16.
Burlingame Avenue before 11:47 a. m. Fo und pro perty . A black wallet was found
Monday, May 15. in a parking lot on Alameda de las Pulgas
Burg l ary . Someone broke into a vehicle before 2:21 p.m. Monday, May 15.
and stole a stereo and paperwork on Lo s t pro perty. A passport was lost on
California Drive before 5:38 a.m. Monday, Talbryn Drive before 8:33 a.m. Monday,
May 15. May 15.
Fo und pro perty . A suitcase was found on a
bench on Burlingame Avenue before 5:12 Fo und pro perty. Two backpacks were
p.m. Sunday, May 14. found on El Camino Real before 7:47 a.m.
Monday, May 15.

REGIONAL 1255 Southgate Ave., Daly City; 4 p.m. to
5:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 24,
GOVERNMENT B url i n g ame Mai n Li b rary , Tech
• SamTrans will Media Lab, 480 Primrose Road,
host a series of com- Burlingame; and 3:30 p. m. to 5 p. m.
munity meetings Thursday, May 25, Menlo Park Library,
next week to discuss Downstairs Program Room, 800 Alma St,
the possible elimi- Menlo Park.
nation of Routes 11, The S an Mat e o Co un t y Tran s i t
43 and 89, which have been identified as Di s tri ct Bo ard will consider the propos-
the lowest performers among the bus al to eliminate the three routes 2 p.m.
agency’s community routes. Wednesday, June 7, at the S amTran s
The routes comprise a total of four daily Admi n i s t rat i v e Of fi c e , 1250 San
trips and average about five riders per trip. Carlos Ave., San Carlos.
On average, community routes serve Prior to the public hearing, comments
approximately 19 riders per trip. Also, may be submitted several ways: Email:
other routes currently serve riders in these changes@samtrans.com; Mail: SamTrans,
service areas. Route 11: Routes 110, 112 Administrative Office, c/o District
and 120. Route 43: Routes ECR and 140. Secretary, PO Box 3006, San Carlos, CA
Route 89: Routes 83 and 296. 94070-1306; and phone: (800) 660-4287
The community meetings will be 6 p.m. (TTY (650) 508-6448)
to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 23, Fernando If approved by the Board at its July 5
Ri v e ra S c h o o l , multipurpose room, meeting, elimination of Routes 11, 43 and
89 would become effective Aug. 6.

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Giovanni A. Bana ing and economics.
Obituaries Glenn worked as a Local briefs
Giovanni A. Bana, 93, died May 15, CPA for his entire
2017, with his family by his side. tending to his house and garden, espe- San Bruno teachers accept modest raise
cially his grape vines, playing cards career retiring from
Born Sept. 29, Burl i n g ame San Bruno Park Elementary School District teachers rati-
1923, in Tirano, and going for long drives in the coun-
try. He had a love for music, and could Elementary School fied a contract proposal offering a 2.2 percent bonus at the
Italy, to Maria and District in 1989. end of the school year and a 1.5 percent raise next year, fol-
Giovanni the only often be heard singing aloud to him-
self. His family will never forget his Glenn loved to lowed by another 1.5 percent bonus at next year’s end.
brother to Maria, ski and in retire- The deal was approved by a 92-26 union vote last week,
Elvira and Carolina. easy-going, gentle nature.
He is survived by Mario and Nancy ment took up lawn and still needs to be approved by the district Board of
He married bowling. Glenn was an usher at Trustees before being implemented.
Bana, granddaughters and spouses
Cesarina on Dec. Peninsula Covenant Church for 50 Should the board finalize the terms, the deal would end a
Veronica and Ty Cademartori,
15, 1946, and they Michelle and Steve Agelopoulos, years. contentious round of contract negotiations which led dis-
had their first son Maryann Bana, and great grandchil- Glenn was married to the love of his trict officials and teachers to a bargaining impasse.
Mario the following year. In search of dren Johnny, Vicki, Giovanna and life, Rita for 51 years. Together they Officials claimed a constrained budget prevented them from
a better life for his young family, Sofia. raised two children, Keith and Lynne. offering significant wage increases, while teachers pointed
Giovanni took them to Argentina Glenn is survived by his daughter to their salaries as among some of the lowest on the
where his second son was born in Glenn A. Stewart Lynne, her husband Kevin Heuer, and Peninsula as evidence of necessary pay hikes.
Robert Darling, a lead negotiator for the teachers, said
1952 and they lived for 26 years. In Glenn A. Stewart, born Nov. 22, grandchildren Kimberly and Timothy.
1976, they followed their sons to teachers appreciate the raise but feel room for improvement
1925, in Palo Alto, California, died Glenn is also survived by three still remains.
California and settled into their final peacefully at his home May 2, 2017. nephews, two nieces and one sister- “This is a modest salary increase. While we are glad there
home in Belmont. Glenn served in World War II from in-law and their families. is an increase, it does little to improve our position as one
Giovanni worked for many years as June 1943 to August 1946 where he A service will be 2 p.m. June 2, at of the lowest paying districts in San Mateo County. We
a mason with his son Cesar. Many earned a Bronze Star and Purple Heart. Peninsula Covenant Church, Redwood hope to work with the district to create a specific plan that
homes on the Peninsula still  display After serving in the U.S. Army he City. addresses this salary issue,” he said in an email.
his brick work. attended San Jose State College where Arrangements by Crippen & Flynn The agreement also maintains class sizes at their current
After retirement, he spent his time he carried a double major of account- Woodside Chapel, Redwood City. level next year, includes changes in compensation for ele-
mentary school teachers who take students when no substi-
tutes are available and establishes limits on the length and
number of meetings teachers will attend each year. The
bonuses will not count toward the teachers’ salary schedule.

County monitoring for norovirus
San Mateo County health officials are monitoring local
facilities, including schools, for outbreaks of norovirus,
the highly contagious “stomach bug” that has caused multi-
ple outbreaks in other counties.
Norovirus infection causes gastroenteritis, which leads to
diarrhea, vomiting and stomach pain. The infection can
spread easily and quickly.  
The 24-hour stomach bug outbreak has sickened hundreds
of students in the San Jose Unified School District schools
and may be spreading to other counties, according to the
Santa Cruz County Health Services Agency.
There have been at least 28 cases reported by children and
staff at a camp in the unincorporated Boulder Creek area,
according to Santa Cruz County officials who said they are
concerned about a more significant outbreak.
So far, 368 students have fallen ill at 14 schools in San
Jose since the outbreak began around May 4, school district
officials said Thursday.
THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL/STATE Friday • May 19, 2017 5

Striving to raise awareness about student health
San Mateo teen, Police Activities League host 5K race, speaker series
By Samantha Weigel issues firsthand.”
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF “This event will promote, and hopefully show She hopes to promote regular, calm dis-
cussions between youth and their parents
people there’s always someone for you to reach about issues such as academic pressure, how
A local teen and the San Mateo Police
Activities League are partnering to make out to. ... It’s to build a bridge and help connect us.” to balance family and social lives and gen-
eral mental wellness.
strides in raising awareness about the
“Being understood is something that’s
importance of student health and mental — Olivia Enriquez hard for adults and youth to do sometimes,”
wellness.
them. Everyone really has something registration materials. Starting 9 a. m. she Enriquez said. “It’s really important to
Whether it’s parents looking for tips on take the time and learn where someone’s
how to connect with their children, teens in they’re dealing with, and we have to learn to Sunday, a chip-timed 5K race on a certified
pay attention and take the time to recognize USA Track and Field course will be held for coming from.”
need of resources to help cope with life Enriquez first got involved in community
stressors, or anyone interested in support- where people are coming from.” runners, walkers or even supportive specta-
PAL Executive Director Sgt. Jennifer tors. The event at Seal Point Park will also activism two years ago while in middle
ing San Mateo youth, this weekend pres- school. At the time, she said she was
ents an opportunity with the first 5K Maravillas said she was thrilled when include a resource fair with booths from the
Enriquez sought to partner with an organi- National Alliance on Mental Illness, the inspired by this topic but opted to focus her
Run/Walk for Student Wellness. first Stride for Awareness on water conserva-
PAL and Stride for Awareness teamed up to zation that focused on youth in the commu- One Love Foundation, Mother’s Against
nity. PAL works to promote fitness, educate Drunk Driving, StarVista, the Children’s tion during the drought.
offer a speaker series Saturday followed by a Recognizing both middle and high
Sunday run at Seal Point Park. The initiative people about mental health issues and teach Health Council and more, according to PAL.
kids life skills critical to navigating vari- All proceeds from the event go toward school students face obstacles, she chose to
Stride for Awareness and this weekend’s work with PAL to hopefully help students
events were sparked by Olivia Enriquez, a ous challenges, Maravillas said. PAL’s programs that support at-risk youth
“We understand that youth at times can and the community at large, Maravillas recognize they’re not alone.
16-year-old sophomore at Aragon High “This event will promote, and hopefully
School. become overwhelmed with life stressors; said.
socially, grades, communication problems Saturday’s speaker series includes a men- show people there’s always someone for
Student health and mental wellness are you to reach out to,” Enriquez said. “It’s to
with adults, sometimes they feel like tal health advocate, a marriage and family
important topics for youth who face a vari- build a bridge and help connect us.”
they’re not heard. And with that often therapist, as well as a local high school stu-
ety of challenges. Recognizing how influ-
comes bad choices or substance abuse or dent who started TeenzTalk.org, a discus-
ential education is and hoping to spread The Stride for Awareness speak er series is
worse. We’re hoping by spreading aware- sion forum for teens across the world.
awareness about available resources, 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 20, at the
ness about this topic, we’re able to share The discussion series is about building a
Enriquez said she hopes the event will Martin Luther King Center, 725 Monte
other types of coping mechanisms, ” bridge between youth and their parents or
engage parents as well as teens. Diablo Av e., San Mateo. The 5K Run/Walk
Maravillas said. adults, Enriquez said, adding she’s pleased a
“We go through the pressures of student A speaker series will be held Saturday at local student will be speaking as well. for Student Wellness begins 9 a.m. Sunday,
life, academic life and family life,” she said. the Martin Luther King Jr. Center where stu- “I think it will be really helpful and effec- May 21, at Seal Point Park . Visit
“I saw it in myself and my peers, and I dents will share insights with the public at tive, because you’re getting it from a stu- tiny url. com/awarenessspeak ersession to
thought it was important for people to large and race participants can pick up their dent and someone who’s experienced these register for the speak er series and
know there are resources available to help tiny url.com/PAL5k to register for the race.

UC Regents approve cap on following a stinging state audit even as
they defended President Janet Napolitano. Around the state doctors who receive such gifts are more
likely to prescribe expensive drugs.
nonresident undergraduates The enrollment cap will be 18 percent at The Senate voted 23-13 to send the bill to
SAN FRANCISCO — The University of most campuses with UC Berkeley and UCLA California bill would ban the Assembly.
California Board of Regents approved its among the campuses given greater leeway. drug company gifts to doctors Drug companies spend more than $1.4
first ever enrollment cap on nonresident Nearly one in four undergraduates at UC SACRAMENTO — The California Senate billion a year on gifts to California doctors,
undergraduates, heeding calls from the pub- Berkeley is from another state or country. passed a bill Thursday that would ban drug said McGuire, a Democrat who represents a
lic to reserve more spots at its campuses for A state audit delivered last year found that companies from giving gifts to doctors. district west of Sacramento.
students from around the state. UC had admitted a growing number of non- Sen. Mike McGuire said his bill prohibit- “While we have witnessed the cost of
The board also vowed Thursday to imple- resident students, some of whom were less ing perks such as airline tickets and lavish drugs rise over the past decade, industry
ment recommendations to improve the qualified than in-state students, at the meals would lower drug costs in part because profits have also grown significantly,”
budgeting practices of the president’s office expense of residents. McGuire said.

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Three sentenced for
‘Sunny Day’ murders
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT 2012 and 2013,
the war allegedly
Three of four gangmembers were included four
sentenced Thursday for murdering murders in East
three people, closing a chapter on Palo Alto and
one of the most complex criminal San Francisco, a
case San Mateo County prosecutors highway shoot-
have ever seen. ing in Belmont,
Roberto Gabriel Bustos-Montes a robbery, wit-
and Eric Valencia Vargas were sen- ness dissuasion,
Roberto drug trafficking,
tenced to 60 years to life in prison Bustos-Montes bribery, firearms
while Emmanuel Imani Hyland was
sentenced to 25 years to life after possession and
collectively pleading to killing conspiracy.
three rivals and attempting or con- The Sunny Day
spiring to murder three others. i n di c t m e n t s
Raymond Louis Bradford previous- came after an 18-
ly received a sentence of 80 years month investi-
to life, according to Steve gation and a two- REUTERS
Wagstaffe, San Mateo County dis- month criminal A vehicle that struck pedestrians in Times Square and later crashed is seen on the sidewalk in New York City.
trict attorney. grand jury that
Wagstaffe added they will not be
eligible for parole before their min-
imum sentence and that Bustos-
Eric Vargas was eight times
longer than any
other ever con-
Car mows down Times Square
Montes and Hyland apologized to
the victims’ families in court while
Vargas remained silent.
ducted in San
Mateo County.
Wagstaffe said
pedestrians for blocks, kills one
By Colleen Long and Tom Hays intersections before smashing focus to the sobriety and mental
The men were involved in the the effort was
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS into a row of steel security barriers health of the driver, identified as
“Operation Sunny Day,” indict- worth it.
“Talking to installed to prevent vehicle Bronx resident Richard Rojas.
ments which focused on 16 people attacks on the square where mas- “There is no indication that this
law enforce- NEW YORK — A man steered his
with charges ranging from first sive crowds gather every New was an act of terrorism,” Mayor
ment, the coun- car onto a sidewalk running
degree murder and drug trafficking Year’s Eve. The car came to rest Bill de Blasio said.
to robbery and conspiracy. Just as Emmanuel cil and more through Times Square and mowed
importantly, cit- down pedestrians for three blocks with its two right wheels in the Photographers snapped pictures
the trial against four East Palo Alto Hyland air. of Rojas after he climbed from the
men was beginning, each decided to izens and pas- Thursday, killing a teenager, then
tors, this has changed the commu- emerged from his wrecked vehicle Police said 23 people were wrecked car and ran through the
take a plea deal for crimes spanning
September 2012 through December nity,” he said, adding he heard crime wild-eyed and screaming before he struck, including an 18-year-old street before he was tackled by a
2013. A total of 11 defendants have and gunfire has gone down signifi- was subdued by police and tourist from Michigan who died. group that included a muscular
avoided trial by taking a plea, cantly because these men were bystanders. The woman’s 13-year-old sister security supervisor at a nearby
according to prosecutors. taken off the streets. The driver, a 26-year-old U.S. was among the injured. Planet Hollywood restaurant.
Bradford, 31, was convicted of There is still one outstanding Navy veteran, told officers he was The carnage raised immediate “He began screaming, no partic-
two first degree murders, attempted murder trial expected to begin in hearing voices and expected to die, fears of terrorism, fueled by recent ular words but just utter screaming.
murder and conspiracy to commit July. In that case, Jerry Coneal and two law enforcement officials said. attacks in England, France and He was swinging his arms at the
murder; Bustos-Montes, 27, plead- Miguel Angel Rivera Jr. are accused Helpless pedestrians had little Germany in which vehicles plowed same time, said the bouncer, Ken
ed to two first degree murder of murdering 21-year-old time to react as the car barreled through crowds of pedestrians. But Bradix. “There was something
charges, and attempted murder; Christopher Baker in East Palo Alto down the sidewalk and through investigators quickly turned their wrong with him.”
Vargas, 20, pleaded to murder, con- Oct. 5, 2012, according to prosecu-
tors. Treasury chief ference race or ethnicity, the high-
spiracy to commit murder, attempt-
ed murder, reckless driving and The cases against Marvin Ware,
Around the nation est proportion in American histo-
resisting a police officer with vio- Tyrone Love-Lopez, and Nina says U.S. can achieve 3 He says 100 people at his ry.
lence; and Hyland, 28, pleaded to Mehrnoosh Cragg are ongoing as percent economic growth department are working on over- The figures released Thursday
two murders as part of a deal, accord- well. Other Sunny Day defendants hauling the tax system — and the come from a Pew Research Center
who have approached the District WASHINGTON — Treasury analysis of U.S. Census Bureau
ing to prosecutors. Secretary Steven Mnuchinsays a Trump administration’s goal is to
In 2015, Wagstaffe opted not to Attorney’s Office and settled their bring “meaningful relief” to the data.
case with plea deals include Ralph goal of 3 percent economic Overall, 1 in 10 people — or 11
seek the death penalty against any growth is achievable if the United middle class and makes American
of the Sunny Day defendants, how- Vernon Fields Jr., Donte Demon million — in the United States
States makes historic changes in businesses competitive.
ever, the four men were facing life Jordan, Roshawn Bickham, have spouses of a different race or
LaQuisha Walker, Leonard James taxes and regulation. ethnicity.
without parole.
Gaines, Rodney Levence Mitchell Mnuchin is testifying before the One in 6 newlywed spouses Pew researchers note that 50
The crimes reportedly began Senate Banking, Housing and are of different race, ethnicity
when the Da Vill and Sac Street and Robert Wheller Jr. At the time years ago, only 3 percent of the
of their 2014 grand jury indict- Urban Affairs Committee — his people in the country were inter-
gangs of East Palo Alto teamed up first appearance before that com- WASHINGTON — A new study
against the Taliban gang of East ments, all 16 defendants ranged in says that 1 in 6 people who mar- married — that is, had spouses of a
ages 19 to 28. mittee since being sworn in. different race or ethnicity.
Palo Alto and Menlo Park. Between ried in 2015 wed someone of a dif-

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Trump lashes out: Abused by ‘greatest witch hunt’ THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Carolina said a lawyer for Flynn, a key fig-
ure in the Trump-Russia investigations,
WASHINGTON — President Donald had told the intelligence committee that
Trump lashed out Thursday at the appoint- Flynn would not comply with the panel’s
ment of a special counsel to investigate subpoena for personal documents related
allegations his campaign collaborated to the committee’s own probe.
with Russia as Congress confronted an On a day of fast-moving developments,
apparent setback in its own probes: A the House intelligence committee
lawyer for Michael Flynn said the fired announced that it, too, had asked for docu-
national security adviser would not pro- ments, in this case from the FBI and the
vide documents for an intelligence panel’s Justice Department.
inquiry. Burr, chairman of the Senate panel, said
Trump began the day by tweeting that he of Flynn and his refusal to comply, “We’ll
is the victim of “the single greatest witch figure out on Gen. Flynn what the next
hunt of a politician in American history,” a step, if any, is. ” Flynn, through his
claim ignoring impeachment efforts and lawyer, had earlier asked for immunity
blistering verbal attacks on previous pres- from “unfair prosecution” in exchange for
idents and other political leaders. agreeing to cooperate with the committee.
He has made similar complaints before, Flynn, a key adviser to Trump during the
but this one came the day after the Justice presidential campaign, was dismissed not
Department appointed former FBI Director long after the inauguration when it became
Robert Mueller to lead the federal Trump- known that he had had Russian contacts
Russia investigation. Mueller will have and had misled the Trump team about them.
REUTERS sweeping powers and the authority to pros- The broad federal probe under Mueller, a
Donald Trump shakes hands with Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos, left, during a ecute any crimes he uncovers. lawman who engenders deep bipartisan
joint news conference at the White House. Meanwhile, Sen. Richard Burr of North respect, was just getting underway.

Trump, dogged by questions at Trump supporters blame Around the nation
leaks, conspiracy for his woes
home, makes first trip abroad WASHINGTON — To the White House and
est witch hunt of a politician in American
history!”
By Jonathan Lemire matic. U.S. allies have been rattled by his its supporters, the big story in Washington The language reveals much about how
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS warnings about pulling back from the world. isn’t the investigation into possible Trump Trump and his backers are explaining the
He is tasked with urging a united front campaign ties to Russia. It’s about leakers seemingly never-ending blitz of bad news
WASHINGTON — President Donald against terror by appealing to some of the working to undermine the president. rocking the White House. As Democrats talk
Trump’s maiden international trip, a five- same corners of the Muslim world he has “SABOTAGE,” read the subject line of about possible obstruction of justice and
stop marathon across the Middle East and tried to keep out of the United States with emails sent out by President Donald Trump’s dream of removing Trump from office, the
Europe, has long loomed as a crucial first his travel ban. Last week, he added new lay- re-election campaign and the Republican president and his allies reject that he bears
test abroad for the chaos-courting president. ers of complication by disclosing classified Party, which pointed to “people within our responsibility for his woes. They see a plot
That was before he fired his FBI director intelligence to a longtime adversary. own unelected bureaucracy that want to sab- to undermine him at every turn, as evidenced
— and the chain reaction of scandal that fol- Still, the White House once hoped the otage President Trump and our entire by the anonymous sources disclosing the
lowed. trip, wrapped in the pomp and circumstance America First movement.” Trump tweeted embarrassing and damaging information —
Now, with the eyes of the world upon him, of diplomatic protocol, could offer a chance Thursday that he’s facing “the single great- some of it classified.
the president will embark on his big trip car- at a reset after a tumultuous first four months
rying the baggage of dire troubles at home. in office. Trump’s advisers saw it as an
As he tries to calm allies worried about his opportunity for the United States to boldly
“America First” message, he’ll be followed reassert itself on the world stage and resume
by fallout from his firing of FBI Director a leadership role that the administration
James Comey and the appointment of a spe- believes was abdicated by President Barack
cial counsel to probe the president’s cam- Obama. Trump’s powerful senior adviser, his
paign ties with Russia. son-in-law Jared Kushner, led a West Wing
“There has never been a president taking team to craft the agenda, laden with reli-
his first international trip being dogged by gious symbolism.
scandal like this,” said Larry Sabato, head of Still, Trump hasn’t been eager to seize the
the University of Virginia Center for opportunity. It’s been more than a half-cen-
Politics. “He’s already a president viewed tury since any president waited as long to
skeptically by much of the world. And while take his first foreign trip. The itinerary,
the pictures from the trip may be great, the which begins Saturday in Saudi Arabia, is a
White House can’t change the headlines that startlingly ambitious excursion for a presi-
will follow him wherever he goes.” dent who dislikes travel and has displayed a
Trump’s trip was always going to be dra- shaky grasp of foreign affairs.

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French president talks to
Putin, faces media troubles
By Sylvie Corbet tional issues,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS including the
fight against
PARIS — French President terrorism.
Emmanuel Macron held a special The Kremlin
security meeting, spoke with said the two
Russian President Vladimir Putin voiced readi-
and convened his Cabinet for the ness to devel-
first time Thursday — all under a op their
growing cloud of concern that his Emmanuel nations’ “tra-
office is trying to control the Macron di t i o n al l y
press. friendly” eco-
The new French government, nomic, political and cultural
which was appointed Wednesday, ties.
is a carefully calibrated balance of Macron has previously taken a
22 prominent and unknown fig- firm stance against Russia’s
ures from the left and the right, actions in Ukraine and Syria.
Macron also held a defense REUTERS
half of them women. They arrived
for their first meeting Thursday council meeting with the defense Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov speaks at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Nicosia, Cyprus.
with smiles, posing for photo- minister and the military chiefs
graphs on the front porch of the
presidential Elysee Palace in
to focus on security issues.
France remains under a state of
Russian Foreign Minister mocks U.S.
Paris.
After the meeting, Macron
emergency, and under threat from
Islamic extremists, since attacks media over intelligence-sharing reports
talked by phone with Putin about in November 2015 left 130 peo- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “There used to be a joke in the the Trump administration had an
possible cooperation on interna- ple dead around Paris. Soviet Union that there was a official ban on laptops on airlines
NICOSIA, Cyprus — Russian newspaper, Pravda, so called from seven middle Eastern coun-
Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov
Trump administration Around the nation on Thursday mocked U.S. news
Truth, that there was no ‘izvestia’
or news in there,” Lavrov said.
ties and it was connected directly
with the terrorist threat,” Lavrov
announces plans to The two-page letter offered few reports suggesting President “Truly, I get this impression that added. “So, if you’re talking about
renegotiate NAFTA details about what changes the Donald Trump inappropriately many U.S. media are working in that, I see no secret here.”
administration would seek in the shared sensitive intelligence with this vein.” The Washington Post reported
WASHINGTON — Making good him about terror threats involv- Lavrov was in Cyprus on this week that Trump shared high-
on a campaign promise, the Trump 23-year-old pact that President
Donald Trump has called “a disas- ing laptops on airplanes. Thursday for talks with his ly classified information with
administration formally told Without directly confirming the Cypriot counterpart. Lavrov and Russian Ambassador
Congress Thursday that it intends ter.” Lighthizer told reporters that
any new deal should do a better job details of their conversation, Asked to comment on the con- to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak about
to renegotiate the North American Lavrov said he didn’t understand troversy surrounding the reported an Islamic State terror threat
Free Trade Agreement with Canada of protecting U.S. factory workers
and should be updated to reflect what the “secret” was since the intelligence-sharing, he said involving laptop computers on
and Mexico. U.S. introduced a ban on laptops media have reported that “the aircraft. Other outlets, including
U. S. Trade Rep. Robert new technologies.
Last month, White House aides on airlines from some Middle secret” Trump told him was that the Associated Press, later con-
Lighthizer sent a letter to congres- Eastern countries two months “‘terrorists’ are capable of stuff- firmed the report.
sional leaders Thursday, starting spread word that Trump was ready
to pull out of NAFTA. Within ago. ing laptops, all kinds of electron- Trump responded by tweeting
90 days of consultations with law- He joked that some U.S. media ic devices, with untraceable that as president, he had authority
makers over how to revamp the hours, the president reversed
course and said that he’d seek a were acting like communist news- explosive materials.” to disclose whatever he’d like. He
pact. Talks with Canada and papers in the former Soviet Union “As far as I can recall, maybe did not deny discussing classified
Mexico can begin after that. better deal first.
and not offering real news. one month or two months before information.
THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Friday • May 19, 2017 9
Democrats and kids in need
donors, and opposed the bill.
California migrants
Other voices
M
The Sacramento Bee Kiley’s bill raises a complicated y grandfather liked to point out that when his
issue. As kids bolt from their home family came to California from Arkansas,
districts, they lose state aid, which is they came in a 4-year-old car. It wasn’t a beat-

D
emocratic legislators purport students who receive subsidized meals
to defend foster kids, poor based on attendance. en-down jalopy as it could have been envisioned by
rank near the bottom nationally in those thinking of the people who escaped the Dust Bowl
children who receive subsi- math, reading and science. But that’s not the concern of par-
dized school lunches and English-lan- ents who are trying to find the best to make a new life in California.
A California School Boards They were called Okies, but more specifically Arkies,
guage learners. Association lobbyist testified that the school for their children, noted
So they should have readily sup- Assemblywoman Shirley Weber of once they arrived with thousands of others to work on
bill could apply to more than half the large farms to support their families. From there, that
ported legislation that would have state’s students and be “very disrup- San Diego, the lone Democrat who
allowed those students to attend the voted for the bill. Parents want the side of my family received educations, bought property,
tive.” Kiley offered to cap the number had meaningful jobs, built communities and overall
public school of their choice. They of kids who could transfer. That didn’t best for their kids, and she and Kiley
didn’t. pointed out that parents of means fig- became productive citizens.
suffice. The bill failed by a 3-4 vote, While the move was difficult, it wasn’t necessarily
In Assembly Bill 1482, with Democrats casting the “no” ure out how to put their children in
Assemblyman Kevin Kiley, R- schools of their choice. “The Grapes of Wrath.” It was just a new life in a new
votes. land of opportunity. The fami-
Roseville, seeks to bar school dis- The skirmish is part of the larger “In the end, the people who suffer
tricts from denying the transfer of stu- the most from all the manipulation at ly grew, worked hard and made
war between advocates of greater pub- something of itself.
dents for whom English is a second lic school choice, and much of the the top are the kids who need the
language, foster children or kids who services the most,” Weber said. Today, no one would say the
education establishment including the Mays family is intruders,
qualify for reduced-cost meals. It teachers’ unions. EdVoice, funded by Kiley’s bill wouldn’t have altered
would be similar to existing laws that the course of public education in looking for handouts or creat-
charter public schools advocates and a ing a burden to our society. At
permit working parents and military rival of the teachers union, supported California. But it would help a few
parents to enroll their children in kids and ought to be revived. It might least I hope.
Kiley’s bill. It spent $10 million on After serving in the U.S.
towns where they work. California campaigns last year. The disrupt the public school establish-
At an Assembly Education ment, at the edges. But maybe any Army during the war, my
California Teachers Association is grandfather went to College of
Committee hearing last week, Kiley among the Democratic Party’s biggest schools left in the lurch could use
cited statistics showing California some disruption. the Pacific in Stockton, now
University of the Pacific, and
became an accountant for a
Letters to the editor winery. He also sold cars
because he liked to be outside
talking to people and, that
Foster City is water safe City’s advantage is that it has a place Those $30 he, “liked to have a dirt clod
to put the water — it has the Bay to kick around.”
Editor, right next to it. tickets are a big deal Before my grandmother’s family made the same move
There is no safer water-oriented Editor, from Arkansas to California around the same time, she
community anywhere than Foster T. Jack Foster Jr. Lots of people are finding $30 tick- was showed a photo of my grandfather and told, “there’s
City. First, to protect it from the
Foster City ets on their car when they park in a boy you can meet,” to somehow make the move seem
ocean, its levees are seasoned and
Peninsula communities like San better.
have proved themselves as effective.
Carlos. They’re being accused of They did meet, married young and had four children.
They have the capacity of being raised Robotic vehicles altering their license plates. Some Later, they would start a newspaper in Lodi, where my
to any level (within reason) to protect
Editor, people may indeed be altering license grandmother was editor and my grandfather was publish-
the city from the rising ocean.
Autonomous vehicles appear to be a plates to prevent cameras from cap- er. It was a true mom-and-pop.
A tsunami hitting Foster City is
sure thing on our highways within a turing information needed to collect That’s a bit of my legacy. But it exemplifies, in my
extremely unlikely. Tsunamis, also
few short years. The final difficulty tolls on bridges and highways or to mind, that those who come from elsewhere for new
called tidal waves, are usually caused
the engineers and programmers are evade red-light cameras. But that’s opportunity are often the hardest working, and the most
by earthquakes, which send enormous
dealing with is the human/robot not everyone. interested in bettering their lot in life.
shock waves across the ocean to
interaction. Because in many cases, California The discrimination during the Dust Bowl era against
strike a coast somewhere with devas-
The occasional bit of aggressive license plates aren’t aging very well. poor white people, and those of mixed American Indian
tating results. A tsunami hitting
driving by others and even ourselves As years go by, a reflective material ancestry as was prominent in both Arkansas and
Northern California at the Golden Oklahoma at the time, has been well-documented, and so
Gate will be diminished by the golden we all experience from time to time deteriorates and peels away. The
needs to be dealt with. Perhaps an license plates, as originally manufac- too are the conditions that led to the pouring in of
gateway and will be totally dimin- migrant workers into California in the 1930s. Those
ished by the time it reached the South amplified “Hey a–hole” announce- tured and issued by the DMV, may
ment broadcast from the robot is one stories I heard were never accompanied by the abject dis-
Bay. A tsunami inside the Bay is appear to be altered, but they’re not
item under consideration. Also, they crimination that many migrants faced during those
believed to be very unlikely because being altered by citizens, they’re times. I learned that later on my own. I will never know
there are no faults under the Bay. might think up a visual illuminated being altered by time. Maybe weather
middle finger flipping device when an if it didn’t happen to them or if they just didn’t want to
There are no rivers or streams of conditions, as well, or a manufactur- talk about it.
any kind passing through Foster offending auto cuts off the robotic ing defect. Maybe California should
vehicle. Law enforcement might I do know it was a mass exodus with many heading
City. Authorities are worried about recall defective license plates.   south to Los Angeles and others heading north to the fer-
the flooding of California rivers if the entice us with expense sharing with People are complaining online
owners by installing video recorders tile Central Valley. Many ended up in San Joaquin
massive snow in the Sierras melts too about being unjustly accused and County, like my family. I still have family there, and
fast. While many rivers have levees, to enable robotic ticketing software penalized. They’re stuck paying the
to zip out online tickets to speeders have fond memories of spending summers on my grand-
their adequacy could be limited. The $30 ticket and another $20 or more parents’ farm. It was formative in that it taught me self-
cause of the recent flood in San Jose and weavers.
for new plates. They’re feeling vic- reliance, an appreciation of the earth and what it pro-
was the flooding of a stream. I wonder Who knows maybe you could cut
timized. For good reason, it seems, at vides and the importance of both family and community
how many victims of that flood had your costs by leasing time on your
a time when it’s so necessary to connections. I recall going to the Lockeford grocery
flood insurance and what was FEMA’s robotic car to police agencies so that
restore faith in government, law store with my grandmother and the extended time it
role there. they could troll for expired plates and
enforcement agencies and other insti- would take because people would share stories with her.
As for the heavy rain falling in registration stickers. Hey, this is
tutions. She knew farmers, and was in constant contact with the
Foster City, the holding capacity of starting to sound too scary.
conditions they faced whether it be financial, family,
the lagoon and the pumping capacity business or weather. She knew those who made up the
appears adequate to get rid of the Mike Caggiano Harvey Radin fabric of the community and tried to capture that on the
water. If there is question, the pump- San Mateo Redwood City pages of her newspaper.
ing capacity can be increased. Foster Today, I see in our most recent immigrants who also
came here looking for a better place for their families the
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stories that are likely similar to those in my lineage.
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Rally powers rebound in stocks day after slump
By Alex Veiga ment benefits fell last week to the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS lowest level in nearly three
High: 20,759.20 months.
Solid gains among phone com- Low: 20,553.45 Among other big movers:
panies and some retailers helped Close: 20,663.02 Incyte surged 6.9 percent on grow-
nudge U. S. stocks higher on Change: +56.09 ing analyst optimism over the
Thursday, a day after the stock biopharmaceutical company’s
market had its biggest drop in OTHER INDEXES work developing cancer treat-
eight months. Banks also S&P 500: 2365.72 +8.69 ments. The stock gained $8.31 to
recouped some of their losses. NYSE Index: 11,434.06 +10.53 $128.80.
Energy and materials stocks fell. Nasdaq: 6055.13 +43.89 Weak quarterly results from
The rally came a day after the NYSE MKT: 2560.35 -27.32 other companies sent those
market’s worst drop since Russell 2000: 1361.08 +5.19 stocks lower.
September as political tumult Ascena Retail Group sank 27
Wilshire 5000: 24,589.19 +90.97
deepened in Washington, stoking percent after the retailer cut its
worries among investors that 10-Yr Bond: 2.23 +0.01 forecast for its fiscal third quarter
President Donald Trump may have Oil (per barrel): 49.34 +0.27 and full year, citing lagging cus-
trouble enacting tax cuts and other Gold : 1,246.80 -11.90 tomer traffic and other challenges.
business-friendly policies. The stock lost 76 cents to $2.06.
“People may be wanting to put industrial average added 56. 09 percent from 2.22 percent. Stores and retailers such as L Cisco Systems fell 7.2 percent a
money to work in stocks, but the points, or 0. 3 percent, to Despite the day’s gains, the day after the internet gear maker
Brands helped lift the market.
bonds they bought yesterday, 20,663.02. The Nasdaq composite major stock indexes were still on said it expects revenue in its fiscal
Wal-Mart gained $2.42, or 3.2 third quarter to be down from a
they’re still going to keep those index gained 43.89 points, or 0.7 course to end the week in the red.
as a little bit of a hedge, just in percent, to $77. 54, while L year earlier. The company also
percent, to 6,055.13. The Russell Stocks appeared headed for
case,” said JJ Kinahan, chief mar- 2000 index of smaller stocks Brands rose $1.29, or 2.7 percent, said it was laying off 1,100 work-
another down day early Thursday to $49.69. ers in addition to the 5,500 job
ket strategist at TD Ameritrade. picked up 5.19 points, or 0.4 per-
The Standard & Poor’s 500 following sell-offs in Asia and Traders also welcomed data from cuts Cisco announced last August.
cent, to 1,361.08.
index rose 8.69 points, or 0.4 per- Bond prices slipped. The 10- Europe. But better-than-expected the Labor Department showing The stock gave up $2. 44 to
cent, to 2,365.72. The Dow Jones year Treasury yield rose to 2.23 quarterly results from Wal-Mart that applications for unemploy- $31.38.

Gap shares climb after profit exceeds expectations
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ers have announced store closings per share, the year before. Wall 2016. Sales declined at Gap and
Business brief
Ralph Lauren posts quarterly
in recent months. Street had predicted earnings of Banana Republic but rose at Old loss after naming new CEO
Shares of Gap climbed Thursday “The retail environment contin- 29 cents per share, according to Navy.
after the retailer reported a quarter- ues to be challenging,” said CEO the average estimate of 14 ana- Gap left its earnings prediction NEW YORK — Preppy clothing
ly profit that topped Wall Street Art Peck in a statement Thursday. lysts surveyed by Zacks for the year unchanged at $1.95 to retailer Ralph Lauren Corp. report-
expectations. But he said Gap is improving its Investment Research. $2.05 per share. ed a quarterly loss and another drop
The San Francisco-based com- “product quality and fit” and get- Overall revenue was unchanged Its shares rose 2.4 percent to in revenue on Thursday, a day after
pany has struggled to adjust to ting better at reacting to changes at $3.44 billion and beat Wall $23. 75 in after-hours trading announcing a new chief executive.
changes in retail, with more con- in fashion trends. Street’s estimate of $3.41 bil- Thursday. Gap shares had closed The latest report from the com-
sumers buying online, craving Gap Inc. said in the February- lion. Revenue at stores open at Thursday at $23. 19, having pany known for its polo shirts and
discounts and spending less time April period, its fiscal first quar- least one year, a crucial retail climbed slightly more than 3 per- pony logo underscores the chal-
at the malls where the company’s ter, net income came to $143 mil- metric, rose 2 percent in the quar- cent since the beginning of the lenges that Patrice Louvet, who
Gap, Banana Republic and Old lion, or 36 cents per share, up ter, compared with a 5 percent year. The Standard & Poor’s 500 was a Procter & Gamble beauty
Navy stores are. A string of retail- from $127 million, or 32 cents decline during the same period of index has risen nearly 6 percent. executive, faces when he start the
CEO job in July.
Like other retailers, Ralph
Wal-Mart sees online sales surge, more shoppers at stores Lauren’s revenue has been hurt as
more shoppers skip department
stores and choose to shop online.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS straight quarter, and customer traffic Walmart.com and was fueled by Kohl’s, J.C. Penney and Target saw
rose for the tenth quarter in a row. changes in its shipping strategy declines in comparable-store sales. Last month, the company closed
BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal- That’s a contrast with many rivals and a discount for shoppers who Even off-price retailer TJX Cos., its high-profile Polo store on New
Mart saw online sales surge as it that saw both those figures drop. pick up their online orders. which has done better than many as York’s Fifth Avenue and said it may
changed up its shipping offers, and Online sales at Walmart.com rose “We’re transforming to become customers hunt for bargains, missed close other stores, cut jobs and
drew more shoppers to its stores as 63 percent, dramatically up from more of a digital enterprise,” said forecasts for that sales measure. And shut down some corporate offices.
well in the most recent quarter even the 29 percent growth in the previ- Doug McMillon, CEO and president it underscores Wal-Mart’s efforts to The brand has also lost luster
as retail overall is more competi- ous quarter. Though the company of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. narrow the gap between itself and with shoppers because it can be
tive. The world’s largest retailer has been buying up smaller internet Wal-Mart’s report stood out amid online leader Amazon, and widen found many places and had been
said Thursday that sales at estab- retailers, Wal-Mart said a majority a largely gloomy environment for the distance between itself and other too reliant on discounting to get
lished stores rose for the eleventh of the increase was through retailers, after chains like Macy’s, competitors. shoppers to buy.

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Bearcats making noise Las Vegas
By Nathan Mollat
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

The San Mateo softball team’s win over
stadium
lease OK’d
Salinas in the first round of the Central
Coast Section Division tournament Tuesday
wasn’t surprising because the 15th-seeded
Bearcats upset the second-seeded Cowboys
at the Salinas Sports Complex.
What opened eyes is what San Mateo rep- By Regina Garcia Cano
resents. The Bearcats gained the Peninsula THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Athletic League Ocean Division’s lone auto-
matic bid to CCS. As a “C” league in the LAS VEGAS — The public board that
CCS hierarchy, the Ocean doesn’t get a lot oversees the proposed stadium where the
of respect around the rest of the section. Raiders want to start playing in 2020 on
And why should it? Since the PAL went to Thursday unanimously approved a condi-
the power structure now used, only one tional lease agreement for the facility after
Ocean Division champion has won a CCS months of negotiations that were affected
game: 17 years ago, when Hillsdale by the sudden exit of an instrumental finan-
knocked off Saratoga in the first round of cial backer of the $1.9 billion project.
Division III bracket in 2000. The Las Vegas Stadium Authority board
Since then, it’s been one-and-done for was running up against a deadline to
Ocean Division teams. approve the lease to avoid delaying the
Until the Bearcats came along and dealt an team’s relocation by a year, as NFL owners
always-strong Salinas program a 7-0 loss. gathering next week in Chicago plan to
“I wouldn’t blame them (for thinking the take up the document. It addresses various
Ocean Division doesn’t belong),” said San aspects related to the 65,000-seat stadium,
Mateo’s first-year head coach Alyssa including insurance, repairs, maintenance,
Jepsen. “We had to prove to those people naming rights and a rent-free provision.
that we belong.” “We got to the finish line in time, but we
Things didn’t start well for San Mateo, didn’t start real well, and obviously, that
which lost its starting first baseman, Emily kind of set off some events,” board chair-
Savage, to the emergency room because of a man Steve Hill said after the meeting. “We
cashew allergy. lost six weeks in the process, but we made
But as so happens in these Hollywood- up for it, the Raiders made up for it, and we
type stories, Savage’s replacement had the are here today where we need to be.”
game of her life. Sophia Jaro, the only sen- The six weeks were lost after casino
ior on the Bearcats’ roster, has been the ulti- mogul Sheldon Adelson withdrew his mul-
mate utility player for the Bearcats this sea- timillion-dollar pledge from the project
son. Jepsen said she has played every posi- just days after the first draft of the lease
tion but catcher this season. So it was agreement, which included a $1 annual
karma when Jaro was inserted into the line- rent, was unveiled in January. The billion-
up as the starting first baseman and jump- aire’s move sent the team searching for
started a rally with a two-run, two-out $650 million to fill the financial gap he
homer. created.
“As a batter, and this is probably not the The team ended up securing a loan from
thing to do, but I think a lot,” Jaro said, Bank of America. Guests of hotels and
who had a 2-0 count after watching a pair of other lodging facilities in the Las Vegas
DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS FILE
curveballs out of the strike zone. area are contributing $750 million through
Sophia Jaro, the only senior on the San Mateo roster, shown throwing the ball to first for an
out against Mills in an April game, hit a two-run homer in the Bearcats’ 7-0 win over Salinas
See CCS, Page 14 in the first round of the CCS Division I tournament Tuesday. See RAIDERS, Page 15

West and Aldridge: A tale of two big men
West’s passing off the bench key for Warriors Ailing Spurs need Aldridge to take charge
By Janie McCauley By Jon Krawczynski
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

OAKLAND — David West checks in to In the summer of 2015, the San Antonio
start the second quarter and the rest of the Spurs went shopping like they never have
Warriors know to have their hands up and before.
ready to catch his passes, because they will Long content to spend big money on
come fast and right on target. He has a their core while using free agency to sprin-
knack for finding the open man before the kle role players around them, the Spurs
man is even open, somehow seeing a play lavished a max contract on LaMarcus
develop before it has even developed. Aldridge, a four-time All-Star from
For all the years West yearned to be part of Portland who would join Kawhi Leonard as
the great San Antonio Spurs franchise, he one of the focal points of the franchise
finally got that chance last season. Now, he after Tim Duncan retired.
is facing them from the other side with Now with Leonard ailing and San
Golden State and doing his part to chase a Antonio facing mighty Golden State in the
championship. His old coach, Gregg Western Conference finals, the Spurs need
Popovich, believes West has found a perfect Aldridge to take control.
fit in the Bay Area alongside Stephen Curry, “LaMarcus has to score for us,” coach
Kevin Durant and the others, as hard as it is Gregg Popovich said after the 136-100
for Pop to see him in another uniform. wipeout in Game 2 that put the Warriors up
“We’ve got a lot of experience and guys 2-0 in the best-of-seven series. “He can’t
who have seen just about every sort of mix be timid. He turned down shots in the first
you can find in the NBA, so that’s been the quarter. He can’t do it. You’ve got to
joy, also just sort of figuring out what score.”
works for us defensively with all the differ- Aldridge had just eight points on 4-for-
ent moving parts we have,” said West, a 14- 11 shooting in Game 2 as he was swarmed
year veteran who returns to San Antonio for CHRIS NICOLL/USA TODAY SPORTS TROY TAORMINA/USA TODAY SPORTS all night by a Warriors defense that was
David West has replaced Andrew Bogut as the Spurs need LaMarcus Aldridge to be a
See WARRIORS, Page 16 the Warriors’ best-passing big man. bigger force because of injuries. See SPURS, Page 16
12 Friday • May 19, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Oakland ends losing streak, beats up Boston
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pablo Sandoval (knee) will begin rehab tially called safe. But his foot came off the
A’s 8, Red Sox 3 assignments at Triple-A Pawtucket on Friday. base momentarily on the slide and he was
OAKLAND — Jed Lowrie and Khris Davis Price is expected to throw 85 to 90 pitches and tagged by Deven Marrero. The play was over-
hit first-inning homers to spoil Hector Staked to a 2-0 lead before taking the mound
in his major league debut, Velazquez fell could be activated from the DL next week. turned on replay.
Velazquez’s major league debut and the Athl eti cs : 1B Yonder Alonso sat out after
Oakland Athletics beat the Boston Red Sox 8- behind just four batters into the game when he Tough ump
allowed a two-run homer to Lowrie and a solo being removed from the game Wednesday in
3 on Thursday night. Seattle with a sore left knee. He had an MRI on Home plate umpire Marty Foster took a hard
Chad Pinder added a homer in the fourth shot by Davis for Oakland’s first back-to-
back homers of the season. Thursday and will likely miss at least a couple foul ball off the mask in the third inning that
inning against Velazquez (0-1), who had a of days. left him stumbling before Boston catcher
rough first start after spending his first seven After Boston tied the game in the fourth on
a solo shot by Mitch Moreland, the A’s went Christian Vazquez steadied him. After being
years as a pro in the Mexican League.
back ahead in the bottom half when Trevor
Caught on bases checked by the trainer, Foster stayed in the
Sonny Gray (1-1) overcame a shaky begin- A’s leadoff hitter Rajai Davis had a rough game.
ning to get the win in his 100th career start. Plouffe hit an RBI double and Pinder followed
with a two-run homer on the next pitch to night on the bases. He was caught stealing
After allowing two runs in a 31-pitch first,
make it 6-3. second after leading off the game with a single Empty house
Gray settled down and gave up just one more and then was thrown out at third trying for a
run the rest of the way, while striking out The attendance of 12,016 was the smallest
eight in six innings.
Trainer’s room triple in the third. Davis beat the throw from for a Red Sox game in Oakland since the A’s
Red So x : LHP David Price (elbow) and 3B center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. and was ini- drew 8,221 for a game on May 3, 1999.

MLB hopes for changes Baseball briefs
Facebook to stream MLB game
each Friday starting this week
in agreement with Japan
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS played at least six professional seasons, up from 23 and
NEW YORK — Baseball fans can like their team’s games
with a click starting Friday.
Major League Baseball announced Facebook will carry a
live game nationally each Friday starting with Colorado at
three professional seasons. Cincinnati this week. The Facebook package of 20 games
NEW YORK — Major League Baseball would like to make “It’s just too early to give you some indication as to pre- will use the broadcast feed of one of the invoment “baseball
changes in the player acquisition agreement with its cise timing,” Manfred said. “We certainly would love to games are uniquely engaging community experiences, as
Japanese counterparts. have a new system in place for the signing season 2017- the chatter and rituals in the stands are often as meaningful
MLB and Nippon Professional Baseball agreed to the 2018.” to fans as the action on the diamond.”
posting system in December 1998 in which Japanese clubs “By distributing a live game per week on Facebook,
can make available players over which they have control. Under the posting system, Boston obtained pitcher
Daisuke Matsuzaka from the Seibu Lions before the 2007 Major League Baseball can re-imagine this social experi-
MLB teams bid, and the player’s Japanese club receives the ence on a national scale,” he adds.
posting fee only if he reaches agreement with an MLB club. season for $51,111,111.11, and agreed to a $52 million,
six-year contract, and Texas got pitcher Yu Darvish from the
“We certainly have begun conversations about changes to
Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters before the 2012 season for
Manfred hopes for regular-season
the posting system,” MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred
said Thursday after an owners’ meeting. $51,703,411 and gave him a $56 million, six-year deal. MLB games in Europe in 2019
Manfred said the hoped-for revisions have been sparked A change during the 2013-14 offseason capped the fee NEW YORK — Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred
by changes to MLB’s collective bargaining agreement and payable to the Japanese club at $20 million and allowed a remains hopeful the sport can play regular-season games in
a desire to have “more of a uniform system that applies to player to negotiate with all big league teams willing to pay Europe for the first time in 2019.
professional players in particular that are moving to Major the posting amount. The New York Yankees paid the maxi- Major League Baseball had hoped to have European
League Baseball.” mum to the Rakuten Golden Eagles for pitcher Masahiro games in 2018, possibly between the New York Yankees
As part of the new CBA, the definition of Cuban profes- Tanaka and agreed to a $155 million, seven-year contract and the Boston Red Sox at London’s Olympic Stadium, but
sional players was changed to those 25 and over who have before the 2014 season. decided there was not enough time to get plans in place.
“It’s something we’d really like to do in 2019,” Manfred
said Thursday following a quarterly owners’ meeting. “I
can’t tell you we are going to do it. I can’t give you a per-
centage, but we do think it’s time, whether it’s 2019 or
shortly thereafter, that we play in Europe.”
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Koepka’s late trouble leaves McGregor reaches
Hahn, Barnes atop Nelson agreement with UFC
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

IRVING, Texas — Brooks Koepka leaned in
Masters and defending Nelson champion
Garcia, ranked fifth, had three bogeys on the
front nine and just one birdie in a 73 that left
for Mayweather fight
for a closer look at his ball buried in deep him tied for 93rd. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “Congratulations to all parties involved.
rough when a critter he couldn’t identify The event is the last at TPC Four Seasons, We now await Al Haymon and his boxer’s
caused him to jump back with a bit of a startled ending the tournament’s 35-year run in LAS VEGAS — Conor McGregor has signature in the coming days.”
look. Irving. The tournament will move to the new come to an agreement with UFC that has White and McGregor did not announce
His best guesses were a frog or rat, though links-style Trinity Forest Golf Club south of moved a proposed fight with Floyd specifics of the deal.
he was too disoriented to be sure. It definitely downtown Dallas next year. Mayweather Jr. closer to “If we can come to a deal with Haymon and
wasn’t a birdie, because Koepka was on his Tringale was the only player with a lower reality. Mayweather, the fight’s gonna happen,”
way to finishing with two straight bogeys score than Johnson in a blustery afternoon UFC President Dana White said.
after sharing the lead late in his opening round round, while Hahn and Barnes played in White said he reached a Mayweather was in London this week and
of the AT&T Byron Nelson on Thursday. slightly calmer conditions in the morning. deal with McGregor , told reporters he would end his nearly two-
A year after losing to Sergio Garcia in a “It was blowing hard and it was gusty,” said MMA’s biggest star and retirement for what could be the richest pay-
playoff at the TPC Four Seasons, Koepka set- Johnson, who has four top-10 finishes in lightweight champion, day in fight history. Mayweather’s fight
tled for a 3-under 67 and trailed co-leaders seven previous Nelsons. “I thought it was and will now start nego- against Manny Pacquiao in 2015 sold 4.4
James Hahn and Ricky Barnes by three shots. very difficult to judge the wind and control the tiations on a mega fight million pay-per-view buys and McGregor is
ball. Felt like there were a lot of times I hit with the retired the UFC’s top draw.
“It jumped out and I didn’t know what was Dana White Mayweather that could
going on, freaked me out,” said Koepka, who really good shots that didn’t end up in good “There’s only one fight that makes busi-
spots.” be one of the best sell- ness sense,” Mayweather said. “I came out
needed help from a bevy of tournament volun-
ing fights in history. of retirement because I’m a businessman and
teers and fans to find his ball while hitting two Using a mallet putter instead of his tradi- “I’m not saying the I want to give the world what they want to
shots out of the thick grass and just missing a tional blade, Spieth made a 10-footer for his fight will happen, but see. McGregor’s a fighter. I’m a fighter. This
chip that would have saved par on the ninth second straight birdie on his 17th hole, the I’ve got one side done. is what the fight fans and MMA fans want to
hole, his last. par-4 eighth. Normally one of the best putters Now it’s time to work on see.”
“I was so in amazement of what just hap- on tour, the Dallas native was frustrated with the other,” White said. The 40-year-old Mayweather, one of the
pened, whether it jumped out, scared me. I that part of his game after missing the cut at McGregor confirmed great pound-for-pound fighters who retired
couldn’t see it because it ran underneath the the Players Championship last week. the contract for the box- at 49-0 in 2015, has said he’d want the fight
grass again.” “It’s nothing crazy new,” said Spieth, ing match in a statement to be at either 147 or 150 pounds and be part
Matt Kuchar, Jhonattan Vegas, Jason whose best Nelson finish remains his tie for Conor to Themaclife.com. of a Showtime pay-per-view package.
Kokrak and Cameron Tringale shot 66, and 16th as a 16-year-old amateur in 2010. “It McGregor “The first, and most McGregor, 28, hasn’t fought since he
top-ranked Dustin Johnson topped the group helps me line up a bit better and that’s kind of important part of this defeated Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205 in
at 67, a stroke ahead of fourth-ranked Jason been my struggle is lining the putter up where historic contract has now officially been November 2016. He has no scheduled UFC
Day and Jordan Spieth, the No. 6 player com- I want to. I just haven’t quite dialed in the signed off on, ” McGregor said. fights ahead.
peting in his hometown event. speed yet.”

Career Fair
Golf brief Thompson said. “I hit some great shots and
rolled a few good putts, so definitely helps out
my confidence.”
Lexi Thompson shoots 65 Thompson played alongside Piller and
to lead Kingsmill Championship defending champion Ariya Jutanugarn.
“It always helps to see the other players in
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — Lexi Thompson
your group play well,” Thompson said about
had six birdies in a seven-hole stretch and fin-
Piller. “She played great today, too. She struck it
ished with a 6-under 65 on Thursday to take the
very well and rolled a lot of great putts. It’s
first-round lead in the Kingsmill
something that we feed off each other with.”
Championship.
Playing her third tournament since losing the Jutanugarn shot a 72.
ANA Inspiration in a playoff after being penal- Top-ranked Lydia Ko was two strokes back at
ized four strokes for a rules violation that a TV 67 along with Sarah Jane Smith and Giulia
viewer spotted, Thompson had a one-stroke lead Molinaro.
over U.S. Solheim Cup teammates Gerina Piller Piller had six birdies and a bogey.
and Brittany Lincicome and young American “It’s always good to get off to that kind of
Angel Yin. start and get comfortable,” Piller said. “The
Thompson played her opening nine in even greens are rolling phenomenal. The course is in
par with a birdie on No. 11 and a bogey on No. the best shape I’ve ever seen it. Just happy to be
17, then birdied No. 1 and Nos. 3-7 on under par and looking forward to tomorrow.”
Kingsmill Resort’s River Course. Lincicome had five birdies in a bogey-free
“The second nine was pretty crazy,” round. She won the season-opening event in the
Bahamas.

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Talansky climbs to Stage 5 win in Tour of California
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I didn’t have a chance to sits six seconds back in second overall. Ian Talansky attacked and opened a gap, only for
shake them I thought, ‘Go Boswell is 25 seconds back in third with Majka and Bennett to reel him back. Boswell
MOUNT BALDY — Andrew Talansky’s con- for the stage win.”’ Talansky suddenly within shouting distance. briefly was dropped but clawed his way back,
solation prize was merely a signature victory Indeed, Talansky wasn’t “My teammates worked for me very well,” and the foursome continued to churn up the
on arguably the most famous climb in North able to bite much into Majka said. “I didn’t win but still second, and hill.
America, the grueling ascent of Mount Baldy Majka’s overall lead. They tomorrow I’ll try to keep the jersey. But it Majka suddenly attacked with about mile to
during the Tour of California. were granted the same should be difficult.” go, and the Bora-Hansgrohe rider hardly
The American rider sprinted clear of overall time, so he only gained The runner-up in Santa Clarita a day earlier, looked as if he’d been defending the yellow jer-
leader Rafal Majka as the duo approached the four seconds by virtue of a Rob Britton once again found the break and did sey since Stage 2. Talansky was late to react
top Thursday, throwing his arms in the air in Andrew time bonus awarded at the everything he could to stay away. But with the and a decent gap opened, but the American
exhausted celebration. The victory came one top of the climb. road pitching upward at 10 percent, he was eventually managed to pull back his Polish
Talansky
day before the potentially decisive time trial But winning the stage? nailed back about four miles from the line by rival.
and gave Talansky a shot of much-appreciated Hardly a reason to hang heads. teams with general classification aspirations. Boswell tried his hand on a left-hand corner
confidence. “Really this is a credit to my team,” Dancing in his pedals, Talansky immediate- nearing the finish, but the stress of trying to
“I knew I felt good. I was expecting more Talansky said. “There isn’t anything I did to ly went to the front and began pushing a pace keep contact with the leaders had depleted his
intense attacks at the bottom,” said Talansky, earn this.” that strung out the leading riders. His chal- reserves. Talansky and Majka brought him
who began the day 48 seconds behind Majka Majka’s second-place finish allowed him to lengers dropped one by one as he rode toward back, then began to trade blows as they sought
in eighth place overall. “They’re strong riders put two more seconds and a time bonus into the sky, the pack whittled down to four riders to assert themselves within sight of the finish
and they were able to hang on. When I realized third-place finisher George Bennett, who now with about two miles to the summit. line.

Cowboys tightening up as the game went years. “I walked on this (San Mateo) field as played them (to get some kind of scouting

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along and San Mateo took advantage.
“When you see them down, you jump on
them,” Jaro said.
a freshman and the goal was to make CCS.
… There have been some great players
before me who never made CCS. Being the
report), but it’s all hearsay.”
Regardless if San Mateo’s season ends
Saturday or not, this is just the beginning
And as is usually the case, the defense only senior on the team, this how you go of what the Bearcats hope is a long run of
gave its pitcher a couple of big assists. out with a bang.” postseason appearances. The bulk of the
“She’s got to throw me a strike,” Jaro said Bearcats’ roster is filled currently filled with
she was thinking. Jepsen said center fielder Jada Walker made And the Bearcats aren’t done yet. They
two highlight-reel plays, making a diving face seventh-seeded Homestead (18-10) in a sophomores, which suggests they will only
The Salinas pitcher did throw a strike and get better over the next couple years.
catch on one batter and later gunning down quarterfinal game at 2 p.m. Saturday at
Jaro deposited over the center-field fence to
a runner at the plate. Fremont High School in Sunnyvale. But the competition is about to take a
drive in Kylie Galea, who was on second.
San Mateo’s win was not only big in the Homestead, which beat 10th-seeded huge step up as San Mateo was voted to
“[Jaro] is going to leave here having said,
larger sense for the PAL as a whole, but it Milpitas 12-2 Wednesday, is one of the move into the Bay Division for the 2018
‘What a great way to end my (high school)
was also significant for the Bearcats’ pro- most successful public school programs in season.
career,’” Jepsen said.
gram as well. This is only the third-ever CCS and its schedule is a who’s who of the “If we had no one coming (next season),
San Mateo (16-7) scored two runs in the top programs in the section. San Mateo will
first and added three more in the third to put appearance in CCS for San Mateo softball we’d still be competitive. Everyone in the
and it was the school’s first-ever CCS victo- have its work cut out for it if the Bearcats Ocean said, 100 percent, move up,” Jepsen
all the pressure on the Cowboys and they want to continue this Cinderella run.
did not handle the pitching of Isabelle ry. said. “[My team wants] to get better.
Borges well. “That’s a great accomplishment,” said Jepsen, however, is pragmatic about her Beating a team 20-2 is no good, in my
Jepsen said Borges was on point with her Monet Scheller, the Bearcats catcher. team’s next opponent — or any opponent, opinion.”
off-speed stuff, spinning curveballs and “We’ve come so far.” for that matter. Whether the Bearcats continue their run
deadening changeups masterfully. That may not seem like much for a lot of “Nameless, faceless enemies,” is how through CCS this season, or begin prep-
“I call her effectively slow and her spin is teams, but you can’t win a CCS title without Jepsen said she goes about preparing for the ping for next year, Jepsen is proud of what
immaculate,” Jepsen said. “It’s constantly winning a CCS game first. next opponent. “You can look at records, her team has accomplished.
changing speeds. It’s tough for big hitters. “It’s been a long journey for me and it’s a see who they played. But you can only, at “My girls have worked so hard,” Jepsen
They don’t want to wait.” humbling experience,” Jaro said, who is best, guess. You can talk to a player or said. “They’ve improved so much since the
Jaro said the Bearcats started to see the playing for her fourth coach in as many coach on another team that you know who beginning of the season.”
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Cavs have Celtics
Laborers Union and others is condi- hibits any type of gambling in the
RAIDERS
Continued from page 11
tional upon other agreements being
reached between the team, the board
and other entities. The team would
premises.
Next on the board’s priority list is
an agreement that would allow the
not pay rent under the 30-year agree- football team of the University of
a room tax increase, while the Raiders
and the NFL all along have been
expected to contribute $500 million.
The document approved Thursday
ment, but it would have to contribute
to a fund that would cover capital
expenses that come up as the facility
ages.
The agreement also gives the team
Nevada, Las Vegas to use the facility.
The team also has to figure out park-
ing options for the stadium that will
be built near the Las Vegas Strip, west
of the Mandalay Bay casino-resort.
in must-win mode
By Kyle Hightower Most of the damage in Game 1
to the cheers of workers in the the right to name the stadium and pro- The land they recently purchased is THE ASSOCIATED PRESS was done by only two players —
James and Love. Kyrie Irving had
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE WHAT’S ON TAP BOSTON — LeBron James did
pretty much whatever he wanted to
just 11 points on 4-of-11 shoot-
ing, and usually dependable sharp-
East Division East Division SATURDAY against the Celtics in the shooters J.R. Smith and Kyle
W L Pct GB W L Pct GB Baseball Korver were a combined 2 for 8 as
New York 24 14 .632 — Washington 25 15 .625 —
CCS quarterfinals Cavaliers’ dominating win in Game
Baltimore 23 16 .590 1 1/2
Open Division
1 of the Eastern Conference finals. coach Tyronn Lue used a different
Atlanta 16 22 .421 8 No. 15 Serra (15-13) at
Boston 21 19 .525 4 New York 16 23 .410 8 1/2 No. 10 Los Gatos (19-8-1), 2 p.m. He was efficient, scoring from second unit to start the second quar-
Tampa Bay 21 22 .488 5 1/2 Philadelphia 14 24 .368 10 ter with James resting.
Toronto 18 24 .429 8 Miami 14 25 .359 10 1/2 Division I the outside, rolling downhill and
Central Division Central Division
No. 8 Sequoia (17-10) vs.
getting to the rim at will, passing A loss Friday would also leave
Minnesota 20 17 .541 — No. 1 Westmont (19-9)
Cleveland 20 19 .513 1
Milwaukee 24 18 .571 — at Washington Park-Santa Clara, 2 p.m. to teammates and locking down Boston with the daunting proposi-
Detroit 20 19 .513 1 St. Louis 21 17 .553 1 tion of having to win four out of
Chicago 21 19 .525 2 Division II Boston’s scorers when called upon.
Chicago 17 22 .436 4 No. 14 Half Moon Bay (14-14-1) vs. five games to take the series — a
Kansas City 17 23 .425 4 1/2 Cincinnati 19 21 .475 4 No. 11 Menlo School (16-10-1) With home-court advantage
West Division Pittsburgh 18 23 .439 5 1/2 at Sacred Heart Prep, 2 p.m. nearly impossible task against a
Houston 29 12 .707 — West Division gone, the Celtics face a virtual team that since James returned to
Texas 22 20 .524 7 1/2 Colorado 26 16 .619 — No. 5 Live Oak (17-11) vs. must-win Game 2 on Friday night.
Los Angeles 22 21 .512 8 Arizona 24 18 .571 2 No. 4 Terra Nova (16-8) at Los Gatos, 11 a.m. Cleveland in 2014-15 has a 33-4
Seattle 20 22 .476 9 1/2 Los Angeles 23 18 .561 2 1/2 Boston must find a way to slow playoff record against Eastern
No. 8 Burlingame (12-12-1) vs.
A’s 18 23 .439 11 Giants 17 25 .405 9 No. 1 Sacred Heart Cathedral (22-6) down James while not getting Conference opponents.
San Diego 15 28 .349 11 1/2 at Sacred Heart Prep, 11 a.m. eaten up by a supporting cast,
Thursday’s Games Celtics coach Brad Stevens said
Colorado 5, Minnesota 1, 1st game Thursday’s Games Softball which other than Kevin Love’s big
Detroit 6, Baltimore 5 CCS quarterfinals his optimism remains high, and
Pittsburgh 10,Washington 4 Open Division game , didn’t produce at its usual
Texas 8, Philadelphia 4 Colorado 5, Minnesota 1, 1st game No. 6 St. Francis (21-7) vs. that he was “really encouraged” by
Minnesota 2, Colorado 0, 2nd game Texas 8, Philadelphia 4 No. 3 Half Moon Bay (23-2) high rate.
Toronto 9, Atlanta 0 at Fremont High, 10 a.m.
his team’s performance over the
Kansas City 5, N.Y. Yankees 1
Chicago Cubs 9, Cincinnati 5 Oh, and there’s extra motivation final 18 minutes of the game. It
Milwaukee 4, San Diego 2
Oakland 8, Boston 3 Minnesota 2, Colorado 0, 2nd game
No. 8 Mountain View (12-12) vs. for Cleveland — now 9-0 in these included getting within 11 points
Seattle 5, Chicago White Sox 4 No. 1 Carlmont (25-2) at Hawes Park, 10 a.m.
Friday’s Games
Toronto 9, Atlanta 0 playoffs — which could earn with less than 2 minutes to play.
Miami at L.A.Dodgers, late Division I another long rest if it makes quick
Toronto (Sanchez 0-1) at Baltimore (Tillman 1-0),4:05 p.m. Friday’s Games No. 15 San Mateo (16-7) vs. But if the Celtics are going to
Angels (Nolasco 2-2) at Mets (deGrom 2-1), 4:10 p.m. No. 7 Homestead (18-10) at Fremont High, 2 p.m. work of the Celtics.
Yankees (Severino 2-2) atTampa (Ramirez 2-0),4:10 p.m. Milwaukee (Espino 0-0) at Cubs (Butler 1-0),11:20 a.m. pick themselves up, it must start
Texas (Martinez 0-2) at Detroit (Norris 2-2), 4:10 p.m. Philly (Hellickson 4-1) at Pitt (Williams 2-2), 4:05 p.m. Division II But here’s the rub for top-seeded
Cleveland (Bauer 3-4) at Houston (Morton 5-2),5:10 p.m. Colorado (Anderson 2-4) at Cincy (Bonilla 0-1),4:10 p.m. No. 6 Live Oak (16-7) vs. with All-Star Isaiah Thomas, who
K.C.(Karns 2-2) at Minnesota (Santiago 4-2), 5:10 p.m. Angels (Nolasco 2-2) at Mets (deGrom 2-1), 4:10 p.m. No. 3 Hillsdale (17-11) at Hawes Park, 2 p.m. Boston on Friday night: James said scored 17 points, but had to work
Boston (Sale 4-2) at A’s (Graveman 2-2), 6:35 p.m. Washington(Gonzalez3-1)atAtlanta(Dickey3-3),4:35p.m. he wasn’t even playing at peak
WhiteSox(Quintana2-5)atSeattle(Miranda3-2),7:10p.m. Giants(Moore 2-4) at St.Louis (Wacha 2-1), 5:15 p.m. No. 5 Capuchino (15-13) vs. for every single one just to finish 7
Saturday’s Games Arizona (Walker 3-3) at S.D.(Weaver 0-4), 7:10 p.m. No. 4 Notre Dame-Belmont (20-7) condition after Cleveland’s 10-day for 19 from the field. He also had a
at Hawes Park, noon
Kansas City at Minnesota, 11:10 a.m. Miami (Nicolino 0-0) at Dodgers (Wood 4-0),7:10 p.m. layoff between rounds. team-high four turnovers — anoth-
Boston at Oakland, 1:05 p.m. Saturday’s Games Track and field
Toronto at Baltimore, 1:05 p.m. Milwaukee at Chicago Cubs, 11:20 a.m. CCS trials at Gilroy High School, 10 a.m. “I felt OK last night,” James said er red flag for Boston’s prospects.
Cleveland at Houston, 1:10 p.m. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, 1:05 p.m. Thursday. “I knew I wouldn’t feel For his part, Thomas said there
N.Y. Yankees at Tampa Bay, 1:10 p.m. Colorado at Cincinnati, 1:10 p.m. that great after the game, and I
L.A. Angels at N.Y. Mets, 4:15 p.m.
Texas at Detroit, 4:15 p.m.
Washington at Atlanta, 1:10 p.m.
L.A.Angels at N.Y.Mets, 4:15 p.m.
TRANSACTIONS don’t feel that great right now. ...
doesn’t need to be a lot of soul
searching.
Chicago White Sox at Seattle, 7:10 p.m. San Francisco at St.Louis, 4:15 p.m. BASEBALL But I should be much better “There’s nothing to figure out,”
American League (Friday).” Thomas said. “They play their tra-
NHL PLAYOFF GLANCE NBA PLAYOFF GLANCE BOSTON RED SOX — Selected the contract of RHP Better than 38 points, nine ditional way. I mean, they definite-
Hector Velazquez from Pawtucket (IL). Transferred rebounds and seven assists? Good ly showed a few bodies that was
EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS RHP Steven Wright to the 60-day DL. Designated
Ottawa 2, Pittsburgh 1 Warriors 2, San Antonio 0 INF/OF Chase d’Arnaud for assignment.
luck with that Boston. aggressive on me, but that’s noth-
Saturday, May 13: Ottawa 2, Pittsburgh 1, OT Sunday, May 14: Warriors 113, San Antonio 111 Still, James said the Cavs are ing I haven’t seen this whole year.
Monday, May 15: Pittsburgh 1, Ottawa 0 Tuesday, May 16: Warriors 136, Spurs 100 TORONTO BLUE JAYS — Suspended OF Kevin Pillar
Wednesday, May 17: Ottawa 5, Pittsburgh 1 Saturday, May 20: Warriors at San Antonio, 6 p.m. two games for yelling an anti-gay slur at a Braves pitcher. mentally preparing for the Celtics’ I mean, I’ve seen it all...I’ve just
Friday, May 19: Pittsburgh at Ottawa, 5 p.m. Monday, May 22: Warriors at San Antonio, 6 p.m. best shot in Game 2. got to be more aggressive, make
Sunday, May 21: Ottawa at Pittsburgh, noon x-Wednesday,May 24:San Antonio at Warriors,6 p.m.
x-Tuesday, May 23: Pittsburgh at Ottawa, 5 p.m.
x-Thursday, May 25: Ottawa at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m.
x-Friday, May 26: Warriors at San Antonio, 6 p.m.
x-Sunday, May 28: San Antonio at Warriors, 6 p.m.
CORRECTION “There’s going to be some
adjustments made from both sides.
plays, make shots, and go from
there.”
In the story titled “Forslund out We have to be ready for it,” he said. A bigger problem for Boston is
WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS
Nashville 2, Anaheim 2 Cleveland 1, Boston 0 as HMB basketball coach” in the “Obviously, we don’t know the that James scored on all seven
Friday, May 12: Nashville 3, Anaheim 2, OT Wednesday, May 17: Cleveland 117, Boston 104 May 18 edition of the Daily exact adjustments, but we know defenders that the Celtics threw at
Sunday, May 14: Anaheim 5, Nashville 3 Friday, May 19: Cleveland at Boston, 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, May 16: Nashville 2, Anaheim 1 Sunday, May 21: Boston at Cleveland, 5:30 p.m. Journal, there was some incorrect they’re going to make adjust- him in Game 1 — Crowder,
Thursday, May 18: Anaheim 3, Nashville 2 Tuesday, May 23: Boston at Cleveland, 5:30 p.m. information. The school informed ments. That’s what good teams do, Thomas, Marcus Smart, Al Horford,
Saturday, May 20: Nashville at Anaheim, 4:15 p.m. x-Thursday, May 25: Cleveland at Boston, 5:30 p.m. Forslund Tuesday it would not be and we have to be ready for whatev- Jaylen Brown, Gerald Green and
x-Monday, May 22: Anaheim at Nashville, 5 p.m. x-Saturday, May 27: Boston at Cleveland, 5:30 p.m.
x-Wednesday, May 24: Nashville at Anaheim, 6 p.m. x-Monday, May 29: Cleveland at Boston, 5:30 p.m. renewing his contract. er they bring to the table.” Kelly Olynyk.

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Harden, James top All-NBA team; Warriors relegated to 2nd, 3rd teams
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Harden was not an All- making any of the three All-NBA teams, Golden State’s Kevin Durant and
NBA team pick last sea- which means they will not be eligible to get Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo at
NEW YORK — For Cleveland’s LeBron son, after averaging 29 the “supermax” extensions from Indiana forward.
James, there was history. points, 7.5 rebounds and and Utah this summer and now will face “So many great players, so many players
For Houston’s James Harden, there was 6. 1 assists, which more questions about their futures in their had great seasons,” Durant said. “It’s kind of
affirmation. prompted Rockets gener- respective cities. George is under contract hard to put guys on the first, second, third
And for Indiana’s Paul George and Utah’s al manager Daryl Morey to the Pacers for next season, while teams. So many guys played well this year.
Gordon Hayward, a chance at signing con- to tweet his reaction. Hayward is likely to elect to become a free Just grateful to be a part of the list.
tracts exceeding $200 million this summer “Happy (at)James agent this summer. Obviously I feel like I should be a first-team
is gone. LeBron James Harden was able to “These opportunities don’t come around player, but it is what it is.”
James and Harden headlined the All-NBA bounce back from his very much, ” Hayward said earlier this Third-team selections were Washington’s
first team that was unveiled by the league on tough 29/8/6 perform- month. “That’s why you hire an agent, to John Wall and Toronto’s DeMar DeRozan at
Thursday. James made the first team for a ance last season to prove deal with this type of stuff.” guard, Golden State’s Draymond Green and
record-tying 11th time, matching the mark again he is one of the 15 All three teams have two guards, two for- Chicago’s Jimmy Butler at forward, and
set by Kobe Bryant and Karl Malone. And best NBA players, ” wards and one center. DeAndre Jordan of the Los Angeles Clippers
Harden was the only player to be unani- Morey wrote. Harden and Westbrook were runaway at center. Jordan edged Minnesota’s Karl-
mously selected by a global panel of sports- James and Westbrook choices at guard, James and Leonard were Anthony Towns for the final center spot by
writers and broadcasters as a first-teamer were on 99 first-team easy picks at forward. Davis barely held off four points in the balloting.
this year, returning to that group for the ballots, and second-team Utah’s Rudy Gobert for the first-team center Finalists for other awards, including
third time in the last four seasons. on the lone other. spot, finishing with 343 points to Gobert’s MVP, rookie of the year, defensive player of
Joining James and Harden on the first James Harden Leonard was a first-team- 339. the year, sixth man, most improved player
team were Oklahoma City’s Russell er on 96 ballots, second- Davis appeared on 95 of the 100 ballots; and coach of the year will be announced
Westbrook, San Antonio’s Kawhi Leonard team on three and third-team on one. Gobert appeared on 91. Friday night.
and New Orleans’ Anthony Davis. Perhaps as significant a story as who Other second-team picks along with All those awards will be announced in
Westbrook, Leonard and Davis all are first- made the team was who did not. Gobert were Golden State’s Stephen Curry New York on June 26, and complete voting
teamers for the second time. George and Hayward fell well short of and Boston’s Isaiah Thomas at guard, and results will be released at that time.

SPURS
point defeat. Leonard went down just over

WARRIORS
be around him to talk about social situations.
We’d share that sort of thing. As a player, he’s halfway through that game and his status for
in the perfect system. They’ve got the big Game 3 remains undecided. But Golden State
guys out on the court and passing and every- blitzed Aldridge from all angles in Game 2 and
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body’s running splits and back door and slip- the Spurs are scrambling to find their identity
ping, and he’s a good passer. If you get off, he with both Leonard and Parker out with injuries.
Saturday’s Game 3 of the Western Conference free to double- and sometimes triple-team him Since Leonard’s ankle rolled on Zaza
can shoot the shot. So I’m happy for him in
finals with his new team up 2-0. since it didn’t have to worry about Leonard, Pachulia’s foot while taking a jump shot in
that situation. We hated to lose him.”
“Personally, I expected us to take a little bit who missed the game with an ankle injury. Game 1, Aldridge has turned the ball over eight
West has been a steady contributor, initially Aldridge was 0 for 2 with two turnovers in the
longer. That was a surprise just how well we all surprising many teammates with just how times and made only seven shots against
sort of meshed.” first quarter and knows he has to be more Golden State’s swarming defense.
spot-on a passer he is and how he immediate- aggressive when the two teams meet for Game
The 36-year-old West is a big reason why. ly makes things happen while providing “They’ve been throwing different things at
3 in San Antonio on Saturday.
He has experienced a special two-year stretch much-needed boosts during important stretch- us, throwing different things at LaMarcus,”
“The ball has to move, but I have to take a
deep into his successful NBA career, finding an es. guard Danny Green said. “Obviously, thinking
shot if it’s there,” Aldridge said Thursday. “I
important role with the Warriors’ second unit “David is such a good passer. He loves to get a little bit. It’s a lot easier to do that when we
was trying to make the extra pass, but I have to
that strives to take the pressure off while to those elbows,” coach Steve Kerr said. “He don’t have everybody that we need to make
score, too. If I’m open, I have to shoot.”
maintaining the high level of the starters. has good cutters around him. We have a lot of plays so they can trap a little more on those
The Spurs signed him to a four-year, $80 mil-
“Ah, man, one of the best teammates I’ve guys on the floor who really like to cut and lion deal to take some of the scoring burden off guys.
ever had,” forward Draymond Green said after move without the ball so David has fit in beau- of aging stars Duncan, who retired last summer, “But offensively, I think it’s a combination
Thursday’s practice. “He’s a special person. I tifully with the way we like to play anyway. Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili. of them playing good defense and also us not
didn’t know he could pass as well as he does, He’s really added a dimension to our game this “Timmy’s last couple years, he couldn’t finding our chemistry, not finding our rhythm,
he’s as smart as he is, on and off the court, just year to be able to play through him when he’s score nearly like he used to and Manu’s getting and not knowing where to be with two of our
a brilliant person, someone who always has out on the floor.” older and Tony’s getting older,” Popovich told main playmakers not there.”
your back. Anybody on the team, he’s riding West dished out a season-best seven assists the AP in March. “Luckily we had Kawhi who The key, Aldridge said, was finding a balance
for you. It’s just been great having D-West in Game 1 against Utah the last round, his was going through the roof. But there’s got to between being assertive and looking to score
here. Hopefully we can keep him for as much most in a playoff game since getting eight be an inside threat, somebody else that can while also making sure that he keeps his team-
longer as he wants to play.” three years ago with Indiana. He notched six score for you. So LaMarcus was a huge oppor- mates involved and hits them with passes
West always wanted to play for Popovich in assists in just 15 minutes last month against tunity for us to try to convince him to come.” when they’re open on the perimeter.
San Antonio, then once he’d done so decided Minnesota, five during a short second-quarter Aldridge was everything they needed in the “It was definitely something different than
to move on to Golden State. It seemed like the stretch. clincher over Houston in the conference semi- I’ve seen here, but you’ve got to play through
next intriguing move to be part of the Golden State is fortunate to use three dis- finals. While Leonard sat out with the ankle it,” Aldridge said of the increased attention
Warriors’ roster of superstars. tinct centers: starter Zaza Pachulia, dunk mas- injury, Aldridge scored 34 points and grabbed from the Warriors. “I either take my shot or try
Still, the Spurs miss him. ter JaVale McGee and West. 12 rebounds to help the Spurs to a stunning 39- to find the open guy. I think the last game it
“He was wonderful. He’s a class act. He’s a Durant left Oklahoma City to join the point victory. definitely worked in their advantage with me
contemplative guy. He thinks about things,” Warriors last July 4 then West signed only five Aldridge brought it in Game 1 against the getting passive, but next game I won’t do
Popovich said. “Beyond basketball, it’s fun to days later. Warriors as well, scoring 28 points in a two- that.”
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Brazil’s Temer: ‘I won’t resign’
off their mechanical marvels.
“Maker Faire attendees, no matter who
ucts or concepts related to the health care
sector, she said.
amid corruption allegations
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “At no time did I
you are or what age you are, all seem to “We’re seeing more because of the tech authorize the paying of
love robots and we literally have hundreds combination and people who actually care RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazilian President anyone, ” Temer said
of them,” said Maker Faire spokeswoman about health and the environment. Makers Michel Temer on Thursday rejected calls for emphatically, raising
Bridgette Vanderlaan. are always driving that lead, and experi- his resignation, saying he will fight alle- his voice and pounding
One of the premier showcases this week- menting and looking at solutions before a gations that he endorsed the paying of his index finger against
end will be from MegaBots —  the bold lot of companies do,” she said. “And with hush money to a former lawmaker jailed for the podium. “I did not
Hayward-based company gearing up for all the issues brought up with what’s hap- corruption. buy anybody’s silence.”
battle. Literally, the California robotics pening now, makers are trying to find solu- Even in this country weary from the con- “I will not resign,” he
team challenged a Japanese competitor to a tions for things like affordability and what stant drip of revelations of a wide-ranging
robot fighting duel that’s slated to go down works better.” Michel Temer said.
corruption investigation, the incendiary The Supreme Federal
this August. On Friday, a curated health care tour is accusation set off a firestorm and Brazil’s Tribunal opened an investigation into the
In 2015, MegaBots showcased its Mk.II. being hosted where a variety of makers and highest court opened an investigation. accusations and lifted the seal on the
Now, having spent a few years tuning their innovators can discuss how technology is Stocks and the currency plunged and rumors recording. Globo then posted the nearly
16-foot-tall, 430-horsepower fighting driving the industry. circulated that Temer would step down. 39-minute recording, which is scratchy and
machine, the Mk.III will be presented to During the same “sneak peak” Friday, Instead, the embattled leader remained often inaudible.
the public for the very first time, nearly 4,500 students and chaperones will defiant in a national address to respond to In it, two men can be heard talking about
Vanderlaan said. have the opportunity to mingle with the allegations he was recorded endorsing Cunha, who is now serving a sentence on
“I think the audience here is absolutely makers on a less crowded day. Many of the payments to former lower House Speaker corruption charges but many believe could
going to love it because it’s like a giant kids and schools wouldn’t otherwise be Eduardo Cunha. The existence and the still provide damaging testimony about
transformer basically,” she said. MegaBots able to attend, and a number of scholar- contents of the recording were reported dozens of other politicians. Globo’s report
has “been working night and day, around ships were awarded to enable kids from Wednesday night by the Globo newspa- said they are Temer and JBS meat-packing
the clock to have it ready for Maker Faire. kindergarten to high school to come and per. company executive Joesley Batista.
People are going to love it and it will be explore, she said.
the first time the public gets to see it.” “Maker Faire is really about bringing
This year will also be the largest Maker that passion and making things that aren’t
Faire held at its flagship birthplace with always offered in school,” Vanderlaan said.
hundreds of exhibitors, creators and activi- “There’s hands-on activities and just being
ties for attendees of all ages. Started in able to experience making things, all the
2006, its popularity has expanded across different things at Maker Faire, whether
the globe with 191 fairs attracting nearly it’s science, or building rockets, or crafts,
1.5 million attendees last year. there’s a broad spectrum.”
This weekend, Maker Faire Bay Area has The fair is geared toward people of all
ages and demographics. There’s a giant
seen an increase in food and health
clothes swap, the life-size mousetrap, a
exhibitors. It’s a broad range from bee- pedal-powered music stage, pyrotechnic
keeping and urban agriculture, to a mouth- displays and more.
controlled device enabling people to oper- But squeezing all this into the San Mateo
ate a touch screen and a brain-wave-map- County Event Center has forced Marker
ping smart earphone. Faire to not offer any parking this year.
The Home Grown Village section will Attendees are strongly encouraged to con-
return so people can learn about various sider taking mass transit, using one of the
sustainable practices and even a few tricks fair’s shuttles after parking at designated
in the kitchen like pickle making and kom- off-site lots, or hailing a ride share.
bucha brewing. Another highlight this Now in its 12th year, Maker Faire was
year is the Italian nonprofit the Future born and bred right here in San Mateo
Food Institute, which focuses on the cultur- before going on to become a global phe-
al, economic, community and environmen- nomenon. So whether you’re a tech savvy
tal importance on a global scale.  computer coder, someone who likes to
“Being in the Bay Area where people care cook or a parent looking to inspire your
about their food sources and urban farming kids, there’s plenty to discover, Vanderlaan
and things like that, it’s been really popu- said.
lar, ” Vanderlaan said, adding the Future “Just come experience it for yourself,”
Food Institute focuses on things like agri- she said. “Even if you don’t think you’re a
culture in constrained areas or feeding Third maker or creative, everyone has it in them.
World countries. “And obviously Silicon Come learn something new.”
Valley is super interested in that because
it’s impacting the world.” Mak er Faire runs May 19-21. Visit mak -
This year, they’ve also experienced an erfaire.com for tick et and ev ent informa-
uptick in those looking to showcase prod- tion.

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‘Covenant’ a promising revamp By Jerry Lee which is the fifth movie over-
Killer artificial intelligence DAILY JOURNAL STAFF all, but the first movie in a
series of prequels to the origi-
nal Alien series which began
returns in ‘Alien: Covenant’ It’s been nearly 40 years
since a little red alien burst out
of John Hurt’s chest (talk
in 1979.
The first two movies
(“Alien” and “Aliens”) are
By Sandy Cohen puter aboard a space flight to about name, scene synergy) in
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jupiter, develops a mind of its “Alien,” shocking audiences respectively, a horror master-
own and turns against the and critics with an audacious piece and an action classic
LOS ANGELES — Modern crew. “The Terminator” and terrifying sequence that (the second directed by James
movie culture would have makes his mission clear in the still holds up today. Cameron). The rest of the
you believe artificial intelli- movie’s title. Ava, the pretty- movies are, to put kindly, a
gence is out to kill us all. faced android in “Ex “Alien: Covenant” (directed mixed bag, mostly earning
In “2001: A Space Machina,” has a killer by Ridley Scott) is the sixth harsh critical reviews and fan
Odyssey,” Hal, the AI com- movie in the Alien series. It’s
See AI., Page 22 a sequel to “Prometheus,” See ALIEN, Page 22
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Chris Cornell killed himself by hanging By Mesfini Fekadu music industry: He reached success in “That was the toughest time in my
and Corey Williams every band lineup he was part of it, his life,” he told Rolling Stone.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS voice was memorable and powerful, and He eventually became a Grammy win-
he was a skilled songwriter, even col- ner with Soundgarden, formed in 1984
DETROIT — Chris Cornell, one of laborating on a number of film sound- and coming out of the rapidly growing
the most lauded and respected contem- tracks, including the James Bond theme Seattle music scene, which included
porary lead singers in rock music with song for 2006’s “Casino Royale” and Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Alice in
his bands Soundgarden and Audioslave, “The Keeper” from the film “Machine Chains.
hanged himself Wednesday in a Detroit Gun Preacher,” which earned Cornell a “There’s something about Seattle,
hotel room, according to the city’s Golden Globe nomination. it’s always been a hard rock town, too. I
medical examiner. He was 52. “To create the intimacy of an acoustic didn’t realize growing up as kid that
The Wayne County Medical performance there needed to be real sto- Seattle had much more of a hard rock
Examiner’s Office said Thursday it com- ries. They need to be kind of real and focus and a guitar rock focus than other
pleted the preliminary autopsy on they need to have a beginning, middle cities did,” Cornell told the AP in 2011.
Cornell, but that “a full autopsy report and an end,” Cornell said of songwrit- “It was like a Detroit, only northwest
has not yet been completed.” A police ing in a 2015 interview with The kind of. There’s no reason that I would
spokesman told two Detroit newspa- Associated Press. “That’s always a chal- think I know how to define it, but it’s
pers that the singer was found with a lenge in three in a half or four minutes always been there.”
band around his neck. — to be able to do that, to be able to do The band, which had released hit
“There is no additional information at it directly.” songs and found success, marked a
this time,” the Wayne County office Cornell, who grew up in Seattle, said mainstream breakthrough with
added. he started using drugs at age 13 and was “Superunknown,” its 1994 album that
Cornell’s death stunned his family kicked out of school at 15. won them two Grammys, sold more
REUTERS FILE PHOTO
and his die-hard fans, who Cornell just “I went from being a daily drug user at than five million units in the U.S., and
Chris Cornell of Audioslave performs live during the‘ReAct Now: 13 to having bad drug experiences and launched five hits, including “Black
Music & Relief’ special at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles. performed for hours earlier at a show in
Detroit. Soundgarden’s current tour quitting drugs by the time I was 14 and Hole Sun,” one of the most popular
kicked off in late April and was planned then not having any friends until the alternative rock songs from the 1990s.
to run through May 27. He was found time I was 16,” he told Rolling Stone in The group, formed with guitarist Kim
dead at the MGM Grand Detroit hotel by 1994. “There was about two years where Thayil and bassist Hiro Yamamoto,
a family friend who went to his room I was more or less agoraphobic and did- broke up in 1997.
after Cornell’s wife asked him to check n’t deal with anybody, didn’t talk to In 2001, Cornell joined Audioslave, a
on the singer, police said. anybody, didn’t have any friends at all. supergroup that included former Rage
Cornell was a leader of the grunge All the friends that I had were still Against the Machine members Tom
movement with Seattle-based (messed) up with drugs and were people Morello, Brad Wilk and Tim
Soundgarden — with whom he gained that I didn’t really have anything in Commerford. The band released three
critical and commercial acclaim — but common with.” albums in six years and also performed
also found success outside the band with But at 16 he grew serious about at a concert billed as Cuba’s first out-
other projects, including Audioslave, music, learning to play the drums while door rock concert by an American band,
Temple of the Dog as well as solo also working as a busboy and dish- though some Cuban artists have disput-
albums. He was widely respected in the washer. ed that claim.

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MUSEUM GOTTA SEE ‘UM
By Susan Cohn CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCI-
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT ENCES PARTICULARS. The California
Academy of Sciences is home to an aquari-
“PTEROSAURS: FLIGHT IN THE um, planetarium, natural history museum
AGE OF DINOSAURS” LANDS AT THE and research and education programs, which
CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF S CI- engage people of all ages and backgrounds.
ENCES. For as long as dinosaurs walked Admission to the Academy is $34.95 for
the Earth, flying animals called pterosaurs adults; $29.95 for youth ages 12 to 17,
ruled the skies. They ranged from the size of Seniors ages 65+, and students with valid
a sparrow to that of a two-seater plane. ID; $24.95 for children ages 4 to 11; and
Close relatives of dinosaurs, these extraor- free for children ages 3 and younger.
dinary winged reptiles — the first back- Admission fees include all exhibits and
boned animals to evolve powered flight, shows. Hours are 9:30 a. m. to 5 p. m.
and the only vertebrates to develop this Monday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 5
ability besides birds and bats — are the p.m. on Sundays. During peak periods,
focus of “Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of including some holiday weekends, extended
Dinosaurs,” an intriguing new exhibit at the hours may apply. Visit www.calacademy.org
or call (415) 379-8000 for more informa- Watch the skies! Flying reptiles head to the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park
California Academy of Sciences in Golden
tion. during ‘Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs.’
Gate Park. The largest exhibit about these
***
flying reptiles ever mounted in the United information about the Redwood City 150 bols of California and make state flags to
ART ON THE SQUARE MAY 2 0 AT
States, pterosaurs highlights the latest THE REDWOOD CITY 1 5 0 FESTIVAL Festival and Flower Extravaganza go to take home. Then museum staff will conduct
research by leading paleontologists around AND FLOWER EXTRAVAGANZA. ART http://www.rwc150.org. a special program within its Courtroom A.
the world and features rare pterosaur fossils on the Square kicks off its11th season of *** Here youngsters will hear the story, “Story
and casts. bringing the best in fine arts and crafts to THE SAN MATEO COUNTY HISTO- of a Bear.” At 2 p.m., museum docents will
FLY LIKE A PTEROSAUR. Several the Redwood City 150 Festival and Flower RY MUS EUM CONTINUES “FREE lead tours of the museum for adults. The San
interactive displays help visitors see the Extravaganza in downtown Redwood City FIRS T FRIDAYS ” IN JUNE AND Mateo County History Museum is located at
world from a pterosaur’s point-of-view. In on May 20. For this show only, ART on the JULY. The San Mateo County History 2200 Broadway within the 107-year-old
the Fly Like a Pterosaur interactive, visitors Square will be on Broadway between Museum continues its “Free First Fridays” “Old Courthouse” in Redwood City. It fea-
can “pilot” three species of flying Jefferson and Theatre Way (Middlefield) program on June 2 and July 7. Not only is tures exhibits related to the use of natural
pterosaurs over prehistoric landscapes com- from noon to 8:30 p.m. Complementing admission free on these days (10 a.m. to 4 resources, suburban development, ethnic
plete with forest, sea and volcano in a Redwood City’s 150th Anniversary p.m.), but programs are also planned for the experience and entrepreneurial achievement
whole-body movement-based display. IPad Celebration, Music on the Square and the public without any fees. On June 2, at 11 on the Peninsula from the time of the
stations offer visitors the inside scoop on PAL Blues & ART Festival, ART on the a.m., preschool children will be invited to Ohlone Indian through today. The museum
different pterosaur species — pteranodon, Square showcases the talents of local artists learn about high-tech robots and will make is open every day except Monday, from 10
tupuxuara, pterodaustro, jeholopterus and creating original photography, jewelry, cardboard robots to take home. Then, muse- a.m. to 4 p.m. The “Free First Fridays” pro-
dimorphodon — with animations of glass, fiber art, woodwork and much more. um staff will conduct a special program in gram is sponsored by the San Mateo Credit
pterosaurs flying, walking, eating and dis- Art lovers and shoppers can discover unique its “Entrepreneurs” exhibit gallery where Union. For more information contact
playing crests. Multi-layered interactives handmade gifts for friends and family. At the youngsters will hear the story, www.historysmc.org or 299-0104.
on the iPads allow users to explore each Friday evening ART on the Square “Sometimes I Forget You Are a Robot.” At 2
pterosaur fossils, behavior and anatomy show, a drawing is held to award four $25 p.m., museum docents will lead tours of the
and video clips feature commentary from gift certificates that winners can spend on museum for adults. On July 7, preschool Susan Cohn can be reached at susan@smdailyjour-
children will be invited to learn about sym- nal.com or www.twitter.com/susancityscene.
scientists and other experts. the artist’s work of their choice. For more

Roger Ailes, media guru and political strategist, dies at 77
By Frazier Moore have been President w/o his great talent,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS loyal help. RIP,” tweeted Bush.
That October, Ailes flipped the switch on
NEW YORK — Roger Ailes, the commu- Fox News Channel, which within a few
nications maestro who transformed TV years became the audience leader in cable
news by creating Fox News Channel only to news. It also emerged as a powerful force on
be ousted from his media empire at the the political scene while the feisty, hard-
height of his reign for alleged sexual charging Ailes swatted off criticism that the
harassment, died Thursday, according to his network he branded as “Fair and Balanced”
wife, Elizabeth Ailes. He was 77. had a conservative tilt, declaring he had left
Ailes died after a fall at his Palm Beach, the political world behind.
Florida, home on May 10 caused bleeding By mid-2016 Ailes still ruled supreme as
on the brain, the Palm Beach County he prepared to celebrate Fox News’ 20th
Medical Examiner’s Office said. anniversary.
A former GOP operative to candidates But in little more than two weeks, both
including Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan his legacy and job unraveled following alle-
and George H.W. Bush and a one-time advis- gations by former anchor Gretchen Carlson
er to President Donald Trump, Ailes also that he had forced her out of Fox News after
created a TV network that changed the face she spurned his sexual advances. The law-
of 24-hour news. In early 1996, he accepted suit quickly triggered accounts from more
a challenge from media titan Rupert than 20 women with similar stories.
Murdoch to build a news network from Despite Ailes’ staunch denials, 21st
scratch to compete with CNN and other TV Century Fox corporate head Rupert Murdoch
REUTERS FILE PHOTO outlets they deemed left-leaning. and his sons, James and Lachlan, deter-
Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes speaks during a panel session titled ‘Democracy “He wasn’t perfect, but Roger Ailes was mined that Ailes had to go. The announce-
and the Media: Are They Compatible?’ my friend & I loved him. Not sure I would ment was made on July 21.
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Dariusz Wolski’s cinematography coupled and concern for the characters when we all scenes or watch “Game of Thrones” and be

ALIEN
Continued from page 19
with the signature production design (Chris
Seagers) inspired by H.R. Giger.
It all works well.
know essentially what’s going to happen.
A ship holding a couple thousand
colonists is headed to a habitable planet
shocked by gratuitous nudity.
Katherine Waterston and Michael
Fassbender (both recently from “Steve
Here is a sequel that upon viewing actual- many light years away. A space anomaly Jobs”) lead an excellent, diverse ensemble
ly makes the preceding movie in the series causing danger to the ship awakens the cast. Waterson competently plays the
derision for a variety of ailments such as look a lot better. More recently, this hap- crew early from hypersleep. They fix their archetypally vigorous Ridley Scott female
plot confusion, obtuse characterizations, pened when another sci-fi movie series from technical issues but, before they resume lead, while Fassbender doubles down (in
unwelcome studio interference and, in the a galaxy far, far away “awakened” and their long sleep and journey, they discover more ways than one) on his excellent role
case of “Prometheus,” not enough sight- helped erase the offending acrid taste of a planet close by that seems to have the as a sentient android. Fassbender was clear-
ings of the eponymous alien. some its preceding installments. The first same life-sustaining attributes as their ly the best thing about “Prometheus,” and
“Covenant” does its best to amend these Alien movie’s tagline was “In space, no one original destination, except they don’t he again has the chewiest role in
issues. It’s almost as if Ridley Scott focus can hear you scream;” this one should have have to travel seven more years to get “Covenant.” There is one scene in the sec-
grouped or Gallup polled this movie into been “In movie six, everyone can see you there. ond act which would earn him the Kiss of the
existence, grabbing all the best elements of redeem.” So they send a landing party to explore its Year award for 2017 if there were such a
the classics and stitching them together The alien violence is ramped up. Sure, if viability as a new home (the first domino to thing.
into an “Alien” movie highlight reel. He you’ve seen one alien bloodily shred its topple in a long succession of dumb deci- Along with making “Covenant” more
starts by jettisoning the heavy-handed way out of someone’s chest cavity, you’ve sion-making, but forgivable considering accessible to the mainstream, Scott also
existential meanderings of “Prometheus” probably seen them all. But there seems to the genre). This planet just happens to does his best to clarify some of the perplex-
(farewell, script writer Damon Lindelof of be a sharper edge to the violent proceedings house a certain species of creature that ing plot points of “Prometheus” for the
“Lost” fame) and replaces them with all the in “Covenant.” Maybe it’s the advances in makes this all possible, as well as links us benefit of fans who know that there is a such
good bits from the first two classics. movie technology that have increased the up to the previous movie allowing for alien a thing as Alien Day and that it’s on April
For the cerebral set, there are still some intensity. hijinks to ensue. 26. These Alien-philes who recognize terms
Westworldian philosophical musings on Also, the action is quick hitting and effec- Of course, you can’t really complain such as the Weyland-Yutani Corporation,
artificial intelligence, specifically man’s tive, if not derivative. There are a handful of about boneheaded moves and massive coin- Engineers and Xenomorphs will love this
relationship to his creations. Lit nerds will scenes that borrow heavily from the previ- cidences coming from a sci-fi horror movie. film and the universe it lives in.
also enjoy the dashes of Milton and Shelley ous movies but still to good effect. It’s not You wouldn’t go to a “Fast and the Furious” Everyone else, you know what you’re get-
sprinkled about. Eye candy addicts will love easy filmmaking to be able to create worry movie and bemoan the explosive car chase ting into.

that he worries the technology could ulti- said, adding rhetorically, “Is this robot

AI
three films set in the “Alien” universe, dat-
ing back to the 1979 original in which mately “produce something evil by acci- going to take over the world?”
Sigourney Weaver battles not only an alien dent,” such as “a fleet of artificial intelli- For Scott, the possibility of evil artificial
killing machine but also Ash, an android gence-enhanced robots capable of destroy- intelligence comes back to the question of
Continued from page 19 who views his human crewmates as expend- ing mankind.” the creator: Who is doing the creating, and
able. “Prometheus” in 2012 introduced But astrophysicist, author and film fan for what purpose?
instinct. David, the pretty-faced android in David, an earlier android version with a sim- Neil deGrasse Tyson said he believes there’s “Whoever the inventor is, he’s going to
“Prometheus,” also doesn’t have the best ilar lack of scruples about protecting human- nothing to worry about. Killer androids may want to go the whole nine yards,” the film-
intentions for human survival. ity. make for fun film fodder, but he doesn’t think maker said. “Hence you get the expression of
“Prometheus” director Ridley Scott, who Filmmakers have long projected that artifi- they’re an imminent, or eventual, reality. the mad professor who makes a mistake in
further explores the cunning side of artificial cial intelligence could spell the end of “I’m completely fearless of AI,” Tyson said going too far where the alien is way smarter
intelligence in his new “Alien: Covenant,” humanity, and some top scientists and tech last week. than he is or the monsters are way smarter
says, “If you’re going to use something leaders — including Stephen Hawking and Tyson noted that human beings have been than he is and that’s where you get problems.
that’s smarter than you are, that’s when it Elon Musk — share their concern. inventing machines to replace human labor “But we will definitely go there. ...
starts to get dangerous.” Musk, an early investor in the develop- since the days of the Industrial Revolution, Because what it’s leading to is the question of
It’s been a running theme through Scott’s ment of AI, told Vanity Fair earlier this year and computers have succeeded in outsmarting creation. And creation, I don’t care who you
people since before Watson beat Ken are, is on everyone’s mind.”

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In movies, artificially intelligent beings latest book, “Astrophysics for People in a
might look human, but most real-life robots Hurry,” is about the birth of the universe and
don’t, he said. The robots welding parts on carbon-based life.
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machines, not mechanics.
Androids, though, “are just completely
pointless,” he said. And they couldn’t
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WINGS
new. The son of restaurant owners who prize, he said he is also looking for-
Calendar featured Chinese, Hawaiian and
American fare in their restaurants, Tom
said he never really knew the distinc-
ward to meeting other chicken wing
enthusiasts and sharing recipes and
styles of preparation.
FRIDAY, MAY 19 Continued from page 1
Free Hearing Screening. 9 a.m. to San Mateo Garden Center open tion between the different cuisines as a “It’s in the spirit of sharing,” he
2:30 p.m. 88 N. San Mateo Drive, San house. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 605 Parkside kid. said. “I just want to hang out and have
Mateo. For more information contact Way, San Mateo. For more informa- Southern and Asian flavors he remem- “I just knew what tasted good,” he fun.”
342-9449. tion visit www.sanmateodailyjour- bers from his childhood in South
nal.com. said. Public tasting for Redwood City’s
Re-Inventing You and Your Career. Carolina as he showcases his chili- Though Tom said his “chili chop” first Redwing City chicken wing com-
9 a.m. to noon. 350 Twin Dolphin Divesting from Fossil Fuels. 10:30 based chicken wing recipe at the first-
Drive, Redwood Shores. Learn about a.m. 1110 Alameda de Las Pulgas, sauce has reliably brought bold flavors petition will begin at noon Saturday,
your skills, interests, values and moti- Belmont. If you own mutual funds or ever Redwing City chicken wing com- to other Green Leaf dishes, he is hop- May 20, and is expected to run until 5
vators through exercises, discussions use a major bank, you are likely sup- petition. Part of the city’s 150th ing to update his chicken wing recipe p.m. at the intersection of Broadway
and assessments. For more informa- porting fossil fuel comapnies that
tion visit phase2careers.org. contribute to climate change. Learn Festival and Flower Extravaganza in and hopefully add it to his restaurant’s and Jefferson Avenue in downtown
why removing these companies downtown Redwood City, the contest menu based on feedback from this Redwood City.
Teen Advisory Board. 4 p.m. South from your portfolio makes ethical will pit experienced chefs and amateurs
San Francisco Library. For more infor- and financial sense. For more infor- weekend’s contest. Tom and the other Redwood City’s 150th Festival and
mation email valle@plsinfo.org. mation email belmont@smcl.org. against one another to find the sauce, contestants will be required to prepare Flower Extravaganza is planned for
rub and preparation that captures the 30 to 50 pounds of chicken wings the Saturday, May 20, from noon to 9 p.m.
Norwegian Holiday Celebration. 4Cs Speaker Series: Learning
6:30 p.m. Highlands Community Styles. 10:30 a.m. South San favor of those who come to the festival day of the event to be able to serve in downtown Redwood City. Activities
Club, 1665 Fernside St., Redwood Francisco Library. For more informa- as well as area judges. members of the public who wish to will be centered around the San Mateo
City. Come for a parade, dinner and tion email valle@plsinfo.org.
live Norwegian music. General
Tom is eager to see what festival par- cast their vote in the People’s Choice County History Museum at 2200
admission is $20. For more informa- ‘Ace the Interview’ Seminar. 10:30 ticipants have to say about his “chili Award, as well as judges who will Broadway and include an art and flower
tion call 593-3074. a.m. Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave., chop” sauce on a beloved snack. Green
Millbrae. For more information call select the best sauce and rub for the exhibition, crafts and other children’s
Big Data Gets Political. 7 p.m. 697-7607 ext. 236. Leaf’s signature sauce will apply the wings. activities, a re-enactment of an 1850s
Computer History Museum, 1401 bright taste of red Thai chili peppers, Tom said he plans on marinating the pioneer camp, historic fashion show
Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View. For Plymire-Schwarz Open House and
more information visit www.face- Oral History Video Screening. 11 garlic, soy sauce, ginger, lemon juice wings in the chili sauce for a short and performances by local music and
book.com/computerhistory. a.m. to 2 p.m. 519 Grand Ave., South and a splash of Jack Daniel’s whiskey period of time before coating them in dance groups. More than 150
San Francisco. For more information
Peninsula Symphony presents email valle@plsinfo.org. to a dish Tom associates with Southern an egg and flour mixture and dunking hydrangeas will cover the museum’s
FORTISSIMA — 68th Season — flavors such as buttermilk batter. From them in a deep fryer for some 10 min- steps to honor the city’s flower grow-
Concert No. 4 – The Planets. 8 p.m. Children’s Champions. 11 a.m. to 2 his years growing up in South
to 10 p.m. San Mateo Performing Arts p.m. Menlo College, 1000 El Camino utes. To finish the recipe, Tom will ing history and a preview of the “150
Center, 600 N. Delaware St., San Real, Atherton. This event will teach Carolina, Tom fell in love with chick- toss them with slices of fresh chili Faces of our Community Photo
Mateo. For more information, contact children how to make fitness fun and en wings at an early age, and said he’s
karen@eventures.net. create memories. For Bay Area youth peppers and hoisin sauce and serve Project” will be available in the muse-
of all ages from all backgrounds. found the dish can be paired with a them with extra chili chop sauce. He is um from noon to 4 p.m. The festival
SATURDAY, MAY 20 Benefits at-risk children in the Bay variety of flavors to a similarly satis- hoping to prepare his wings in small, will close with a digital light show
Pancakes for Patriots. 7 a.m. to 11 Area. For more information and to
a.m. 1600 Floribunda Ave., buy tickets visit www.childrens- fying effect. 3-pound batches, as he normally does, showing scenes from Redwood City’s
Hillsborough. A fundraiser for the champions.org. “It’s a really fun, great medium to which means he’ll be making several 150-year-old history on the museum’s
Hillsborough Adopt-a-Unit Program work with,” he said. “You can be very
in support of the United States Army Coyote Point Yacht Club Open trips to and from the stove to meet facade at 8:30 p.m.
101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) House. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. 1800 Coyote creative and you can add a lot of your demand. Visit rwc150.org for more informa-
troops serving in Iraq and Point Drive, San Mateo. Featuring inspiration to it.”
Afghanistan, and now Cameroon clubhouse tours, free boat rides, a “It’s a matter of cranking them out,” tion on all activities included in the
and Djibouti, Africa. Proceeds will barbecue, water safety seminars and For the 43-year-old chef, merging he said. city’s 150th Festival and Flower
benefit the ‘Postage For Packages more. Free. For more information Asian and Southern flavors is nothing Though Tom may have his eye on the Extravaganza.
Campaign.’ For more information contact membership@cpyc.com.
contact lthornton@hillsborough.net.
Polish Heritage Festival. 11 a.m. to
6 p.m. Twin Pines Park, Twin Pines or as late as next summer.
CONCERNS
Free Vessel Safety Check. 8 a.m. to 1 profit’s commitment to the city’s need
p.m. Pillar Point Harbor, Half Moon Lane, Belmont. Come for live music,
Bay. For more information contact performances, Polish food and beer. for affordable housing, the commission Having previously opposed down-
scafurniture@yahoo.com. General admission is $5. For more voted unanimously to approve the non- town development projects for their
information call 925-577-5256. profit’s development, allowing it to height and impact on historical
Coffee with Millbrae Mayor Continued from page 1 provide 15 parking spots for the 20 resources, Carr said he plans to pursue
Reuben Holober. 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Kitten Nursery Shower. Noon to 3
Leonardo’s Deli, 540 Broadway, p.m. Peninsula Humane Society and units planned for the site and to provide further legal action should the council
Millbrae. Light refreshments and pas- SPCA, 1450 Rollins Road, Burlingame. story eyesore in the middle of a group
tries will be served. Guests can watch volunteers less than the recommended amount of deny his appeal on Monday. Because
syringe-feed kittens, ask staff about of historical houses,” Carr said. common open space only accessible to the building where his law offices are
Health Matters Community Day. 9 PHS/SPCA’s work, and learn about “Frankly, it’s too much stuff to pack
volunteer and foster care opportuni- the ground-floor units. and at least two other nearby buildings
a.m. to 2 p.m. Li Ka Shing Center, 291 into that tiny lot.”
Campus Drive, Stanford. For more ties. Children activities as well. For Maureen Sedonaen, CEO of Habitat are historic resources that reach an aver-
information visit healthmatters.stan- more information visit www.penin- Approved at a March 21 Planning for Humanity of Greater San Francisco, age three stories in height, Carr said,
ford.edu. sulahumanesociety.org/events/kit- Commission meeting, the develop-
tenshower.html. the chapter driving this project, said three stories would be a much better fit
How to Communicate Better with ment is expected to create five one-bed- Carr’s appeal stands as an unnecessary for the project.
Your Teen. 9 a.m. to noon. 643 Bair Chocolate and Wine Tastings. room, 10 two-bedroom and five three-
Island Road, Suite 301, Redwood City. Noon to 4 p.m. 2645 Fair Oaks Ave., roadblock to a project already slowed “We are not settling for anything
Parents will learn methods that can Redwood City. $10 fee for entry. For bedroom condominiums for low- by numerous constraints. After three approaching six stories,” he said. “If
enhance communication with more information visit lahondawin- income residents on a vacant lot just years of planning, the nonprofit’s pro- they don’t come down substantially, we
teenagers and learn ways to increase ery.com.
over 5,000 square feet between Bradford posal has gone through several itera- will go to court.”
their child’s intrinsic motivation to
create positive changes in their own Citizen Scientist: Cloud Teller. and Marshall streets on Jefferson tions to ensure the units meet the city’s As Redwood City’s only 100 percent
life. Free. For more information con- South San Francisco Library. For Avenue. The condominiums would be
tact cassy@acs-teens.org. more information email valle@plsin- development standards and are con- affordable homeownership develop-
fo.org. available to those making between structed at the lowest cost possible to ment, Sedonaen said the project’s con-
AARP South San Francisco Chapter $63,000 and $85,000 for a family of keep them affordable. Sedonaen said dominiums couldn’t become available
3156 Meeting. 10 a.m. to noon. 601 ART on the Square. Noon to 8 p.m.
Courthouse Square, Redwood City. four, or 80 percent of the county’s medi- the projected cost of the development sooner to meet the demand for afford-
Grand Ave., South San Francisco. For
more information call 952-9074. ART on the Square an income, confirmed the nonprofit’s is expected to reach $14 million, up $2 able homes in Redwood City. She said
features local artists offering origi- representatives at the March meeting.
Five Key Elements of a Successful nal jewelry, photography, painting, million from a previous estimate, due the nonprofit has already received inter-
Memoir. 10 a.m. 441 Seaport Court, glass, metal, wood, fiber art and Though several residents spoke in to the area’s rising cost of construc- est in the project from some 200 fami-
Redwood City. Analyze why the five more, with prices for every budget. favor of creating much-needed afford-
For more information email arton- tion. lies, and has been successful with build-
elements of memoir writing are able units near public transportation
important to teach writers how to thesquarerwc@gmail.com. “Any delay just continues to have ing some 52 homes in the city in previ-
harness these points in their own and downtown amenities, others, that number escalate,” she said. ous years.
memoirs. $10 members; $15 non- Afternoon Indies: ‘Ixcanul.’ Noon.
Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave., including Carr, expressed reservations Sedonaen said she is expecting the “The residents are clamoring for this
members; $5 students. For more
information contact Millbrae. For more information call about the lack of open space and park- permitting process to take some six to project,” she said. “I think the people
bbaynes303@aol.com. 697-7607 ext. 236. ing planned for the condominiums, as 12 months should an approval be who really lose here [if the appeal is
Rosener House Adult Day Center Redwood City Chicken Wing well as the height of the building. obtained Monday, pushing the time to upheld] are our homeowners and the res-
Open House. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 500 Competition. Noon to 5 p.m. Voicing strong support for the non- groundbreaking to the end of this year idents of Redwood City.”
Arbor Road, Menlo Park. Come for Courthouse Square, 2200 Broadway,
free classes led by professional staff, Redwood City. Free and public event.
informational sessions with social For more information visit www.red-
workers and meet registered nurses woodcity.org/wings.
and therapists. For more information
call 322-0126. Akebono Bonsai and Kashu
Suiseki Show. Noon to 5 p.m. 2751
Redwood City in Bloom: Exhibit Louis Road, Palo Alto. The exhibition
Opening. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. San Mateo will feature creations by club mem-
County History Museum, 2200 bers; an instructor will demonstrate
Broadway, Redwood City. Exhibit fea- technique; members will be available
tures photographs depicting the his- to answer questions on the caring of
toric floral industry that at one time bonsai. For more information contact
characterized the entire community. akebonobonsai@gmail.com.
Runs through Sept. 10. For more
information visit historysmc.org or 150th Festival and Flower
call 299-0104. Extravaganza. Noon to 9 p.m.
Broadway, Redwood City. Redwood
Smart Start: Starting a Business. City’s free signature
10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 480 Primrose Sesquicentennial event will feature a
Road, Burlingame. Learn to build and fun-filled day of exciting, historic
focus a business idea by assessing activities, music, entertainment, cul-
the vision, mission, objective, strate- ture, dancing, food, beverages and a
gy and plan. For more information wonderful time for the entire family.
visit phase2careers.org. For more information visit redwood-
cityhistory.org.
City of San Mateo history walk. 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. Join instructor and Young Chamber Musicians. 1 p.m.
guide Tom Taber for a fun and San Mateo Library, 55 W. Third Ave.,
informative course that combines San Mateo. Hear six ensembles play
history with a 4 mile walking tour. For classical works. Admission is free. For
more information and to enroll visit more information call 522-7808.
communityed.smccd.edu.
Historic Fashion Show to Celebrate
Redwood City Now and Then Redwood City’s 150th Birthday. 1
iMovie Workshop and Photo p.m. San Mateo County History
Share. 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Museum, 2200 Broadway, Redwood
Dowtown Library, 1044 Middlefield City. Free and open to the public. For
Road, Redwood City. Bring your pho- more information call 299-0104.
tos of Pacific Portland Cement and
learn how to use iMovie. Free. For For more events visit
more information call 780-7035. smdailyjournal.com, click Calendar.
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STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
THE USE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS STATEMENT #273292 STATEMENT #273260 NOTICE OF STATEMENT #273192 STATEMENT #273356
NAME STATEMENT M-266787 PUBLIC HEARINGS The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business as: Accurate Printing Company, 160 as: Fort McKinley Restaurant & Bar, 101
Name of the person abandoning the use as: 1)Affinity Referral Service 2)Affinity as: Lorelai Cleaning, 790 Edge Water
of the Fictitious Business Name: Michael South Linden Avenue, Unit 129, SOUTH Brentwood Dr, SOUTH SAN FRANCIS-
R. Harvey, Inc. Name of Business: Mike Management Services 3)Affinity Home Blvd., FOSTER CITY, CA, CA 94404. The San Mateo-Foster City SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. Regis- CO, CA 94080. Registered Owner: Jamil
Harvey Honda. Date of original filing: Care 4)Affinity Home Health, 1728 Red- Registered Owners: Nestor D. Pennino School District will hold two tered Owner: Joseph Seto, 194 Faral- Rey, 23 Vista Court, South San Francis-
wood Avenue, REDWOOD CITY, CA and Sandra V. Pennino, same address. lones Street, San Francisco, CA 94112 co, CA 94080. The business is conduct-
Sept. 25, 2015. Address of Principal separate public hearings on The business is conducted by an Individ- ed by an Individual. The registrants
Place of Business: 200 California Drive, 94061. Registered Owner: Affinity Nurs- The business is conducted by a Married ual. The registrants commenced to commenced to transact business under
BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Registrant: ing Concierge, LLC, CA. The business is Couple. The registrants commenced to the proposed Local Control transact business under the FBN on . the FBN on N/A .
Michael R. Harvey, Inc., CA. The busi- conducted by a Limited Liability Compa- transact business under the FBN on Accountability Plan (LCAP) /s/Joseph Seto/ /s/Jamil N. Rey/
ness was conducted by a Corporation. ny. The registrants commenced to trans- 04/22/2017. and the proposed Budget for This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
/s/Michael R. Harvey/ act business under the FBN on N/A. /s/Pennino N Daniel/ fiscal year 2017-18 on sor-County Clerk on 4/17/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 4/28/2017. (Publish-
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Enrico Victoriano/ /s/Pennino V Sandra/ ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo Thursday, June 1, 2017 at 4/28/17, 5/5/17, 5/12/17, 5/19/17). 5/5/17, 5/12/17, 5/19/17, 5/26/17).
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
County on 5/8/2017.
sor-County Clerk on 4/26/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 4/24/2017. (Publish- 7:00 p.m. at the San Mateo-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Foster City School District FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
nal, 5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17, 6/9/17). 4/28/17, 5/5/17, 5/12/17, 5/19/17). 4/28/17, 5/5/17, 5/12/17, 5/19/17). located at 1170 Chess STATEMENT #273372 STATEMENT #273370
Drive, Foster City, Califor- The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
as: House Cleaning of San Mateo, 1000 as: Geneve Jewelers, 291 Primrose
nia. A copy of the LCAP and E. Poplar Ave Apt.#1, SAN MATEO, CA Road, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Regis-
the proposed budget will be 94401. Registered Owner: Ana Argueta, tered Owner: Geneve Jewelers of Burlin-
same address. The business is conduct- game, LLC, CA. The business is con-
available for public examina- ed by an Individual. The registrants ducted by a Limited Liability Company.
tion at the above location on commenced to transact business under The registrants commenced to transact
May 26, 2017 through June the FBN on N/A . business under the FBN on 1/1/1965 .
/s/Ana Argueta/ /s/David Piano/
1, 2017 between the hours This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. sor-County Clerk on 5/1/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 5/1/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Any stakeholder affected by 5/5/17, 5/12/17, 5/19/17, 5/26/17). 5/5/17, 5/12/17, 5/19/17, 5/26/17).
the LCAP or the School Dis-
trict budget may appear be- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
fore the School District STATEMENT #273304 STATEMENT #273535
Board of Trustees and The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
as: 1)Insure.com 2)CarInsurance.com In- as: A Plus Building Maintenance, 737 Hill
speak to the LCAP or the surance Agency, 220 E. Central Park- Ave, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA
proposed budget or any item way, Suite 2050, Altamonte Springs, FL 94080. Registered Owner: Adam Tan-
32701. Registered Owner: QuinStreet In- Ceja, 631 Francisco St., El Granada, CA
therein. surance Agency, Inc., FL. The business 94080. The business is conducted by
5/19/17 is conducted by a Corporation. The reg- an Individual. The registrants com-
CNS-3008410# istrants commenced to transact business menced to transact business under the
under the FBN on 02/10/2011 . FBN on10-20-2006.
SAN MATEO DAILY /s/Pete Payton/ /s/Adam Tan-Ceja/
JOURNAL This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 4/26/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 5/10/2017. (Publish-
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203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 297 Bicycles 304 Furniture
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME be heard and must appear at the hearing men sobre cualquier recuperación de NEW 12" girls bike w/ training wheels DINETTE TABLE with Chrome Legs: 36"
STATEMENT #273362 STATEMENT #273405 to show cause why the petition should $10,000 ó más de valor recibida me- $75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave x58" (with one leaf 11 1/2") - $50.
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business not be granted. If no written objection is diante un acuerdo o una concesión de mes (650)341-5347
as: AJ’s Detailing, 1226 Cypress Street, as: WakeUp Legal, 807 Toyon Way, timely filed, the court may grant the peti- arbitraje en un caso de derecho civil.
EAST PALO ALTO, CA 94303. Regis- REDWOOD CITY, CA 94062. Registered tion without a hearing. A hearing on the Tiene que pagar el gravamen de la corte
DINETTE TABLE, 3 adjustable leaf.$30.
tered Owner: Alfredo R. Jack, same ad- Owner: Linda R. Judge, same address. petition shall be held on 6/15/17 at 9 antes de que la corte pueda desechar el 298 Collectibles (650) 756-9516.Daly City.
dress. The business is conducted by an The business is conducted by an Individ- a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, caso.
Individual. The registrants commenced ual. The registrants commenced to Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this The name and address of the court is (El 1940 vINTAGE telephone bench maple DINING TABLE (36"x54") and 4 match-
transact business under the FBN on Order to Show Cause shall be published nombre y dirección de la corte es): Sis- antiques collectibles $75 (650)755-9833 ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for
to transact business under the FBN on 4/17/17 . at least once each week for four succes- kiyou County Superior Court, 311 Fourth
N/A. $250 .(650)-654-1930.
/s/Linda R. Judge/ sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Street, Yreka, CA. The name, address, BILLY DEE Williams autographed Star
/s/Alfredo R. Jack/ This statement was filed with the Asses- ing on the petition in the following news- and telephone number of plaintiff's attor-
This statement was filed with the Asses- Wars action figure: Lando Calrissian, DRESSER 4-DRAWER in Belmont for
sor-County Clerk on 5/3/2017. (Publish- paper of general circulation: ney, or plaintiff without an attorney, is (El space smuggler. $35 Steve (650)518- $75. Good condition; good for children.
sor-County Clerk on 4/28/2017. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, San Mateo Daily Journal nombre, la dirección y el número de telé- 6614 Call (650)678-8585
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17, 6/9/17). Filed: 4/26/2017 fono del abogado del demandante, o del
5/12/17, 5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17). /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ demandante que no tiene abogado, es): FRAMED LEBRON James painting, DRESSER- ART Deco. 54”wide 34” tall
Judge of the Superior Court Collin M. Bogener 25"x21"; $99-will text photo; 650-591- 22”deep. $150. (650)888-2662.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Dated: 4/21/2017 Burgess & Bogener, Inc. 9769, San Carlos
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #273646 (Published 5/5/17, 5/12/17, 5/19/17, 1650 East St.
STATEMENT #273367 The following person is doing business 5/26/17). REDDING, CA 96001 DRESSER- vICTORIAN. 35” tall
The following person is doing business as: Daly City Math Center, 743 Hickey (530)605-0355 LENNOx RED Rose, Unused, hand 48”wide 22” deep. W/ mirror 34”x42”
as: 1)Floristika 2)Global CEO Services, Blvd., PACIFICA, CA 94044. Registered FILED: 1/10/2017 painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, $450. (650)888-2662.
45 Seki Court, EMERALD HILLS, CA Owner: Ramamohanrao Jawadi, 1320 DATE (Fecha): 1/10/2017 $12.00. (650) 578 9208.
94062. Registered Owner: Yakov Solo- Hamlet Street, San Mateo, CA 94403. Clerk (Secretario) by, Renee McCanna, DRESSER-ART DECO. Heavy Glass.
The business is conducted by an Individ- ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR Deputy (Adjunto) E. Fisher MILLER LITE Neon sign , work good Top 51” tall 36” deep 14” wide $150.
veychik, same address. The business is ual. The registrants commenced to CHANGE OF NAME (SEAL)
conducted by an Individual. The regis- $59 call (650)218-6528 (650)888-2662.
transact business under the FBN on N/A. CASE# 17CIV01730 NOTICE TO THE PERSON SERVED:
trants commenced to transact business /s/Ramamohanrao Jawadi/ SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, You are served: PEz DISPENSERS - 8 piece sealed box ENTERTAINMENT CENTER for $50.
under the FBN on 01/01/2017. This statement was filed with the Asses- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, Wizard of Oz 70th anniversary $25. Good shape, blonde, about 5' high.
/s/Yakov Soloveychik/ sor-County Clerk on 5/18/2017. (Publish- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- 650-556-9708 (650)726-4102
This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 nal: 5/12/17, 5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17)
sor-County Clerk on 4/28/2017. (Publish- 5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17, 6/9/17). PETITION OF RENO SILvER LEGACY Casino four ESPRESSO TABLE 30” square, 40” tall,
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Ditian Liu rare memorabilia items, casino key, two $95 (650)375-8021
5/12/17, 5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17). TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: coins, small charm. $95. (650)676-0974
NOTICE OF PETITION TO Petitioner: Ditian Liu filed a petition with GLIDER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
ADMINISTER ESTATE OF this court for a decree changing name lent condition. $100 650-345-5644
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Joan B. Fenech as follows: 299 Computers
STATEMENT #273139 Case Number: 17PRO0045 Present name: Ditian Liu IKEA DRESSER, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
The following person is doing business To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- Proposed Name: Tim Ditian Liu KOGI 15 inch computer monitor. Model 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
tingent creditors, and persons who may THE COURT ORDERS that all persons L5QX. $25. PH(650)592-5864.
as: Bramsden Consulting, 751 Laurel IKEA TABLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
Street #417, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. otherwise be interested in the will or es- interested in this matter shall appear be-
tate, or both, of Joan B. Fenech. A Peti- fore this court at the hearing indicated RECORDABLE CD-R 74, Sealed, Unop- $ 30. (650)598-9804.
Registered Owner: Evan Cotter, 1633 Ar- tion for Probate has been filed by Joseph ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
royo Avenue, San Carlos, CA 94070. M. Fenech in the Superior Court of Cali- tition for change of name should not be 210 Lost & Found (650) 578 9208 LAWN CHAIRS (4) White, plastic, $8.
The business is conducted by an Individ- fornia, County of San Mateo. The Peti- each, (415)346-6038
granted. Any person objecting to the
ual. The registrants commenced to tion for Probate requests that Joseph M. name changes described above must file FOUND: KEYS at Westwood Park in
transact business under the FBN on Fenech be appointed as personal repre- a written objection that includes the rea- Redwood City, off of Fernside. Call to 300 Toys LEATHER SOFA, black, excellent condi-
01/01/2017. claim (650)714-8893 tion. $100 obo. (650)878-5533
sentative to administer the estate of the sons for the objection at least two court
/s/Evan Cotter/ decedent. days before the matter is scheduled to ALLOYED LINOTYPE (BNH ~18) for
casting miniature/board-game figurines. LIvING ROOM table 36"x19" exc condi-
This statement was filed with the Asses- The petition requests the decedent’s will be heard and must appear at the hearing LOST - MY COLLAPSIBLE music stand, tion $30.(415) 231-4825.
sor-County Clerk on 4/13/2017. (Publish- and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro- to show cause why the petition should clip lights, and music in black bags were 10#, $10 (650) 591-4553
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, bate. The will and any codicils are avail- not be granted. If no written objection is taken from my car in Foster City and may LOvE SEAT, Upholstered pale yellow
5/12/17, 5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17). able for examination in the file kept by timely filed, the court may grant the peti- have been thrown out by disappointed DOLL HOUSE w/ furniture $50.00 new floral $99. (650)574-4021
the court. tion without a hearing. A hearing on the thieves. Please call (650)704-3595 joe 650 573 5269
The petition requests authority to admin- petition shall be held on 6/15/17 at 9 NEW DELUxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
ister the estate under the Independent a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, LARGE STUFFED ANIMALS - $3 each ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Great for Kids (650) 952-3500
STATEMENT #273232 Administration of Estates Act. (This au- Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this LOST - Woman’s diamond ring. Lost Sell! (650) 875-8159.
The following person is doing business thority will allow the personal representa- Order to Show Cause shall be published 12/18. Broadway, Redwood City. STAR WARS – one 4” orange card ac-
tive to take many actions without obtain- at least once each week for four succes- REWARD! (650)339-2410 NEW TWIN Mattress set plus frame
as: Lovie’s Uniform, 10 Farm Road, tion figure, Momaw Nadon (Hammer- $30.00 (650) 347-2356
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. ing court approval. Before taking certain sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- head). $8 Steve (650)518-6614
Registered Owner: Mary Grace L. Ruiz, very important actions, however, the per- ing on the petition in the following news- LOST CAT Our Felicity, weighs 7 lbs,
sonal representative will be required to OAK CLAW foot coffee table, needs
same address. The business is con- paper of general circulation: she has a white nose, mouth, chin, all some refinishing $35 (650)646-8530
ducted by an Individual. The registrants
give notice to interested persons unless San Mateo Daily Journal four legs, chest stomach, around her 302 Antiques
they have waived notice or consented to Filed: 4/26/2017 neck. Black mask/ears, back, tail. Nice OAK SIX SHELF Book Case 6FT 4FT
commenced to transact business under the proposed action.) The independent /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ REWARD. Please email us at ANTIqUE ITALIAN lamp 18” high, $70
the FBN on N/A. $55 (650)458-8280
administration authority will be granted Judge of the Superior Court joandbill@msn.com or call 650-576- (650)387-4002
/s/Mary Grace Ruiz/ unless an interested person files an ob- Dated: 4/21/2017 8745. She drinks water out of her paws. OFFICE TABLE, 24"x48" HD. folding
This statement was filed with the Asses- jection to the petition and shows good (Published 5/5/17, 5/12/17, 5/19/17, ANTIqUE TEAK CHINA cabinet and legs each end. 500# capacity. Cost
sor-County Clerk on 4/20/2017. (Publish- cause why the court should not grant the 5/26/17). matching table, with doors and legs. $130. Sell $60, (650)591-4141
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, authority. LOST CAT. Black and White. Black $500/obo. (650)952-5049.
5/12/17, 5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17). A hearing on the petition will be held in patch on right eye. REWARD.
this court as follows: JUN 13, 2017 at Call (323) 439-7713. MAHOGANY ANTIqUE Secretary desk, PAPASAN CHAIRS (2) -with cushions
9:00 a.m., Department 28, Superior 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- $45. each set, (650)347-8061
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Court of California, County of San Mateo, SUMMONS (CITACION JUDICIAL) elled glass, $350. (650)766-3024
STATEMENT #273412 400 County Center, Redwood City, CA CASE NUMBER (Número del Caso): Books RECLINER CHAIR blue tweed clean
The following person is doing business 94063. SCCVCV17-00029. NOTICE TO DE- good $75 Call (650)583-3515
as: PERC, 5209 Admiralty Lane, FOS- If you object to the granting of the peti- FENDANT: N.R.L.L. EAST, LLC; PAUL qUALITY BOOKS used and rare. World 303 Electronics
tion, you should appear at the hearing DEAN; and DOES 1 through 20, inclu- & US History and classic American nov- ROCKING CHAIRS solid wood, great
TER CITY, CA 94404. Registered Own- 46” MITSUBISHI Projector TV, great shape asking 30 dollars each. Call
er: Pipeline Equipment Resources Com- and state your objections or file written sive. YOU ARE BEING SUED BY els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502
objections with the court before the hear- PLAINTIFF: CAROL S. GRASSMAN condition. $400. (650)261-1541. (650)574-4582 Lily
pany, LLC., NJ. The business is con-
ing. Your appearance may be in person NOTICE! You have been sued. The court
ducted by a Limited Liability Company. or by your attorney. may decide against you without your be-
294 Baby Stuff ANTARES DOLLARS Bill Changer ma- SEWING STORAGE cabinet, Custom
The registrants commenced to transact If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- ing heard unless you respond within 30 chine s never used for small bus. $95 made wood perfect condition $75.
business under the FBN on October 1, itor of the decedent, you must file your days. Read the information below. FISHER-PRICE HEALTHY Care booster (650)992-4544. (650)483-1222
2015. claim with the court and mail a copy to You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after seat - $5 (650)592-5864.
/s/Scott M. Vigil/ the personal representative appointed by this summons and legal papers are AUDIO-TECHNICA (AT-PL50) Auto. SHELF RUBBER maid new $20.00
This statement was filed with the Asses- the court within the later of either (1) four served on you to file a written response STERLING SILvER Paye & Baker baby Stereo TURNTABLE sys. $40 contact joe (650)573-5269
sor-County Clerk on 5/3/2017. (Publish- months from the date of first issuance of at this court and have a copy served on food pusher with embossed children's (650)344-4756
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, graphic.$75 650-762-6048 SOFA BED Recliner (double), beige, 76"
letters to a general personal representa- the plaintiff. A letter or phone call will not Good condition. $50 Call 650.952.3466
5/12/17, 5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17). tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the protect you. Your written response must BLAUPUNKT AM/FM/CD Radio and Re-
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days be in proper legal form if you want the STERLING SILvER Paye & Baker baby ceiver with Detachable Face asking
food pusher with embossed children's $100. (650)593-4490 SOFA GREEN, cream, sage plaid. 96"
from the date of mailing or personal de- court to hear your case. There may be a Excellent condition. $90 Call
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME livery to you of a notice under section court form that you can use for your re- graphic.$75 650-762-6048
BULOvA WINDUP Travel clocks.Vin- 650.952.3466
STATEMENT #273536 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- sponse. You can find these court forms
tage. Set of eight. $99. gene (650)421-
The following person is doing business er California statutes and legal authority and more information at the California 296 Appliances 5469 TEAK-vENEER COMPUTER desk with
as: El Camaron De Sinaloa 2, 2761 El may affect your rights as a creditor. You Courts Online Self-Help Center single drawer and stacked shelves. $30
Camino Real, REDWOOD CITY, CA may want to consult with an attorney (www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), your 1960'S AvOCADO Osterizer blender obo. (650)465-2344
knowledgable in California law. county law library, or the courthouse INSIGNIA 26" HDTV Perfect $39 650-
94061. Registered Owner: Gerardo excellent condition $20.00 (650)596- 595-3933
Quintero, 1400 Floribunda Ave. Apt. You may examine the file kept by the nearest you. If you cannot pay the filing 0513 THOMASvILLE BEvELED mirror 22" x
#206, Burlingame, CA 94010. The busi- court. If you are a person interested in fee, ask the court clerk for a fee waiver IPHONE 5 Morphie Juice Pack with 12" $50. Call (650)834-4833
ness is conducted by an Individual. The the estate, you may file with the court a form. If you do not file your response on charger, Originally $100, now $85.
Request for Special Notice (form DE- AIR CONDITIONER 10000 BTU w/re-
time, you may lose the case by default, (650)766-2679 TWIN BED, mattress, box spring, frame
registrants commenced to transact busi- 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- and your wages, money, and property
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
$ 50. (650)598-9804.
ness under the FBN on 5/10/17. praisal of estate assets or of any petition brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
may be taken without further warning 0898 KINDLE FIRE 8 in. Case and Charger
/s/Gerardo Quintero/ or account as provided in Probate Code from the court. WALNUT CHEST, small (4 drawer with
This statement was filed with the Asses- incl. 64 gig $75 Jeff 650-208-5758 upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
section 1250. A Request for Special No- There are other legal requirements. You AIR CONDITIONER, Portable, 14,000
sor-County Clerk on 5/10/2017. (Publish- tice form is available from the court clerk. may want to call an attorney right away. MOTOROLA BRAvO MB 520 (android
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, BTU, Commercial Cool model WOOD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
Attorney for Petitioner: If you do not know an attorney, you may CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces- 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD
5/12/17, 5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17). John C. Clark want to call an attorney referral service. If 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
sories plus remote included. card Belmont (650)595-8855
Rusconi Foster & Thomas APC you cannot afford an attorney, you may 20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $345.
30 Keystone Avenue be eligible for free legal services from a (650)345-1835 NEW HP Desk Jet 1112 Printer plus ex- 306 Housewares
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME MORGAN HILL, CA 95037 nonprofit legal services program. You tra cartridges- $30. Call (650)345-1234
STATEMENT #273478 (408)779-2106 can locate these nonprofit groups at the COMPLETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor
The following person is doing business FILED: 05/05/2017 California Legal Services Web site BISSELL BAGLESS Upright Vacuum, ONKYO Av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital
Model 82H1, Dual Edge Cleaning, Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
as: 129 Lincoln Avenue Apartments, 129 (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- (www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), the Califor- Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, 20-pieces in original box, never used.
nal on 5/12/17, 5/19/17, 5/26/17 ) nia Courts Online Self-Help Center Cleanview Hepa Filter $25 650-952- Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393
Lincoln Ave., REDWOOD CITY, CA 3500 $250 per box (3 boxes available).
94061. Registered Owners: 1)Richard (www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), or by (650)342-5630
Tod Spieker, 60 Mulbery Lane, Atherton, contacting your local court or county bar RCA 32” Flat Screen T.V. Brand New
association. NOTE: The court has a stat- BLACK & Decker travel iron, steam and $99 OBO (650)759-7511
CA 94027 2)Catherine R. Spieker, same dry $5. (650)368-0748. FIREPLACE CANDELABRA with 5 bat-
address. The business is conducted by a utory lien for waived fees and costs on tery-operated candles $30.00, 415-990-
any settlement or arbitration award of SAMSUNG FLAT TV 20" ex.co.incl.
Trust. The registrants commenced to VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 6134
$10,000 or more in a civil case. The
transact business under the FBN on court's lien must be paid before the court CHEFMATE TOASTER oven, brand
5/1/12. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR new, bakes, broils, toasts, adjustable SONY DETACHABLE set :3cd /fm/am PORCELAIN JAPANESE Tea set, Un-
CHANGE OF NAME will dismiss the case. opened, in wood box, great gift $30.
/s/Richard Tod Spieker/ ¡AVISO! Lo han demandado. Si no re- temperature. $25 OBO. (650)580-4763 double tape. exc cond. $70 (415)231-
This statement was filed with the Asses- CASE# 17CIV01729 4825 (650)578-9208.
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, sponde dentro de 30 días, la corte puede
sor-County Clerk on 5/8/2017. (Publish- decidir en su contra sin escuchar su ver- CIRRUS STEAM mop model SM212B 4
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, new extra cleaning pads,user manual. Tv SONY Triniton 21" working condition. 308 Tools
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, sión. Lea la información a continuación.
5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17, 6/9/17). Tiene 30 DÍAS DE CALENDARIO de- $45. (650)588-5487 $10 OBO (650)784-3243.
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
PETITION OF spués de que le entreguen esta citación COFFEE MAKER, 30 Cup vINTAGE G.E. radio, model c-430-a AIR HORN 138 db new in pack
Xiaowen Huang y papeles legales para presentar una re- Excel- $60. (650)421-5469 $29 650-595-3933
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: spuesta por escrito en esta corte y hacer lent Condition $3. (650)368-0748.
STATEMENT #273627 Petitioner: Xiaowen Huang filed a petition que se entregue una copia al deman- vINTAGE G.E. radio, model c-442c $60. CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
The following person is doing business with this court for a decree changing dante. Una carta o una llamada telefóni- COLEMAN LxE Roadtrip Grill - (650)421-5469 dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
as: Baskin Robbins, 901-D Edgewater name as follows: ca no lo protegen. Su respuesta por es- Red Brand New! (still in box) $100
crito tiene que estar en formato legal cor- (650)918-9847 vINTAGE G.E. radio, model c1470 $60. DELTA CABINET SAW with overrun ta-
Blvd, FOSTER CITY, CA 94404. Regis- Present name: Xiaowen Huang ble. $650/obo. (650)342-6993
tered Owner: Alan A. Chun, 1722 Wolfe Proposed Name: Mandy Xiaowen Huang recto si desea que procesen su caso en (650)421-5469
Dr., SAN MATEO, CA 94402. The busi- THE COURT ORDERS that all persons la corte. Es posible que haya un formu- ELECTRIC STOvE From Sears
lario que usted pueda usar para su re- vINTAGE zENITH radio, model L516b ROUTER TABLE ryobi $ 99. like new
ness is conducted by an Individual. The interested in this matter shall appear be- Excellent Condition $225 (650)573-5269
spuesta. Puede encontrar estos formu- Please Call (650)244-9267 $75. (650)421-5469
registrants commenced to transact busi- fore this court at the hearing indicated
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- larios de la corte y más información en el SHOPSMITH MARK V 50th Anniversary
ness under the FBN on .
/s/Alan A. Chun/ tition for change of name should not be Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de Cali- FABRIC STEAMER deluxe made by 304 Furniture most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
granted. Any person objecting to the fornia (www.sucorte.ca.gov), en la biblio- conair $ 50.00 new joe 650 573 5269 (650)504-0585
This statement was filed with the Asses- teca de leyes de su condado o en la ANTIqUE DINING table for six people
sor-County Clerk on 5/17/2017. (Publish- name changes described above must file
a written objection that includes the rea- corte que le quede más cerca. Si no GE DISHWASHER Hardly used. Works with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 SKIL SAW 7 1/4" circular saw, 2 1/3 HP,
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sons for the objection at least two court puede pagar la cuota de presentación, great. Standard size. You haul away. Model # 5150. Hardly used. $30
5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17, 6/9/17). days before the matter is scheduled to pida al secretario de la corte que le dé free. S.S.F (650) 583-6636 ANTIqUE GLASS Hutch. Cherry Wood. (650)556-9708
un formulario de exención de pago de Excellent Condition. $450.
cuotas. Si no presenta su respuesta a GOOD MICROWAvE 1100 watt $40 Da- (650)888-2662 vINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa
tiempo, puede perder el caso por incum- ly City (415) 231-4825. 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
plimiento y la corte le podrá quitar su su- ANTIqUE MAHOGANY Bookcase. Four
JACK LALANE'S power juicer. $40.

LEGAL NOTICES
eldo, dinero y bienes sin más adverten- feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. vINTAGE SHOPSMITH and BAND
cia. Call (650)364-1243. Leave message. SAW, good shape. $500/obo. Call
Hay otros requisitos legales. Es reco- BEIGE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition (650)342-6993
mendable que llame a un abogado inme- (650) 315-2319
diatamente. Si no conoce a un abogado, REFRIGERATOR COMPACT made by
Fictitious Business Name Statements, puede llamar a un servicio de remisión a emerson $25.00 good shape joe 650 BRAND NEW Bookcase 72"x30" still in
abogados. Si no puede pagar a un abo- 573 5269 box $45. (415)231-4825.
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310 Misc. For Sale 318 Sports Equipment 335 Garden Equipment 620 Automobiles 620 Automobiles 640 Motorcycles/Scooters
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Sale: Reach 83,450 drivers
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WESTERN GRAY pants 42X30 $9 650-
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57 Off one’s rocker
595-3933 58 Vital statistic
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customers
317 Building Materials 61 Ergotamine
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FCC vote kicks off a battle over regulation of the internet spending less. They don’t like it so they
By Tali Arbel For support, Pai turns to a study by Hal INDUSTRY COMFORT
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Singer, a net-neutrality critic and economist complain about it.”
who has worked as a telecom-industry con- A preliminary version of Pai’s proposals,
NEW YORK — A federal agency voted to sultant. Singer found that such infrastructure RALLYING THE TROOPS released last month, raised concerns that the
kick off the repeal of “net neutrality” rules investment by network companies has FCC would only repeal, but not replace, net
Some net-neutrality supporters have
designed to keep broadband providers like declined 5.6 percent in 2016 from 2014. The neutrality protections. Thursday’s proposal
already started to push back against the
AT&T, Verizon and Comcast from interfering telecom trade group USTelecom likewise asked whether it’s still necessary to bar
repeal effort. The Firefox browser has a call
with the internet. says broadband investment is falling in the internet providers from blocking or slowing
to action that goads users to “tell the FCC
It’s the latest change that the Federal aftermath of the net neutrality rules. down certain websites or apps, or from
that you heart the open web!” and links to a
Communications Commission has made to Free Press, an advocacy group that sup- charging services like Netflix extra for
site collecting signatures for a letter to Pai.
ease regulation of the phone, broadcast and ports net neutrality, has its own competing access to consumers. (Pai said Thursday
John Oliver, the HBO comedy-news host
cable industries. study showing broadband companies’ infra- these sections are still in the proposal.)
whose 2014 segment helped popularize net
Undoing the net neutrality rules — which, structure spending rose, and says USTelecom neutrality as an issue (nearly 4 million com- Big broadband companies say they can be
for instance, block providers from favoring is wrong to exclude some spending by AT&T ments filed back in 2015), got into the mix trusted to do what’s right for their customers.
their own apps and services over those of and Sprint. Pai on Thursday defended the again with another segment on May 7, urg- Net-neutrality advocates cry foul; Free Press
competitors like Netflix — may be the analysis he relied on, saying it’s the more ing viewers to tell the FCC to keep the net has a list of what it calls net-neutrality vio-
biggest battle yet triggered by FCC accurate measure of investment in the U.S. neutrality rules. lations going back more than a decade.
Chairman Ajit Pai. The tech industry, which Industry analysts, however, say it’s so far But the vitriol often unleashed by the “An open internet means that we do not
sees net neutrality as necessary to innova- hard to say, and note that other factors also internet is already leaking into this inter- block, throttle or otherwise impair your
tion, is already pushing back by lobbying affect investment. industry tech-policy battle. The chairman online activity,” said a Wednesday ad in the
politicians, sending letters of protest to the In June 2015, the Obama-era FCC decided and his staff have complained about mean or Washington Post placed by the cable lobby,
agency and starting to rally supporters. to regulate broadband as a “Title II” service racist comments directed at Pai, who is NCTA. “We firmly stand by that commitment
The FCC’s three commissioners voted 2-1, — putting it, like phone service, under Indian-American. Oliver even begged sup- because it is good for our customers and good
with the lone Democrat opposed, to start a stricter government oversight. That gave the porters to be civil in an online video posted for our business.”
process aimed at unwinding the net neutrali- FCC authority to enforce net neutrality rules. Sunday. “Verizon supports net neutrality. Our cus-
ty rules. It will be months before final rules Companies worried that regime would make There are also reports that many of the 2 tomers demand it and our business depends
are up for a vote. it easier to regulate the prices they charged million comments already filed to the FCC on it,” wrote Craig Silliman, Verizon’s gen-
for broadband. are fake. And the FCC said its site was eral counsel, in a post on LinkedIn. He also
BATTLE OF THE INVESTMENT STUDIES “From where we sit, the overall level of attacked the night of Oliver’s first segment, called for net-neutrality legislation from
Pai often argues that net neutrality rules are investment in the business is still pretty making it hard to leave a comment. Congress.
heavy handed and discourage broadband strong,” said Moody’s Mark Stodden, who FCC officials have said, however, that it’s In an April blog post, AT&T says it “has
investment. His goal, he says, is to encour- analyzes telecom companies like Verizon not a numbers game, and they pay more always supported our customers’ right to an
age companies to build out their wired and and AT&T. “I hear companies complaining attention the know-how of the person or open internet — and the right to access the
wireless broadband networks and draw more about net neutrality and Title II, but I think group making the comment rather than how content, applications and devices of their
Americans online. it’s a cop-out. I don’t think they’re actually many are filed on each side. choosing.”

Transportation and congestion are hot expect to pay $433.50 instead of $349.80 posed increases. Attendees were generally

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topic in nearly every Bay Area community,
and the agency will have to determine how
it can continue incentivizing people to use
per month. Driving to the train would also
become more expensive as monthly park-
ing rates will also increase 50 percent from
supportive of increasing the rate of the Go
Pass, as some felt the historically low rate
was overly subsidized for employers. There
public transit while covering its own oper- $55 to $82.50, according to Caltrain. were some concerns, however, about the
ations. In 2016, Caltrain raised prices by a flat monthly rate increases for passes and park-
port from the three territories in which it Under the umbrella of the San Mateo 50 cents. But now it’s looking to increase ing, with some urging more research to be
spans and the jurisdictions that make up its County Transit District, Arnold noted its standard ticket prices 25 cents per zone done, Arnold said.
member agencies — Santa Clara, San goal for the Peninsula is to improve mobil- —  meaning the further you ride, the more For those who missed the meeting, there
Mateo and San Francisco counties. ity whether it be trains, buses or making expensive the ticket. People would also no will be other opportunities for the public to
The agencies are now unable to cover an room for more cars on roads. longer be able receive discounted eight-ride weigh in. Caltrain staff will be at 11 differ-
anticipated $20.7 budget shortfall in the “We’re very cognizant of it and we’re try- tickets, although the proposal is to create a ent stations Tuesday, May 23, to hear
upcoming fiscal year, prompting Caltrain ing to be very mindful of striking a balance pilot program for discounted evening and directly from customers. There will also be
to look at ways to accommodate its record- between realizing that vision and support- weekend riders, according to Caltrain. a public meeting the morning of Thursday,
setting ridership demand that requires it to ing the community that way, as well as run- Another large increase could actually be July 6, as the Peninsula Corridor Joint
maintain an aging diesel system, according ning a service responsibly,” he said. to employers who encourage their workers Powers Board will review the changes.
to the agency. While no decisions have been made and to take public transit as Caltrain has pro- Comments can also be submitted online
Caltrain Communications Manager Russ the board could ultimately tweak the pro- posed hiking the Go Pass fares 50 percent, through a survey or via email, according to
Arnold said while electrification is the end posals, the public is encouraged to weigh from $190 per person to $285. Caltrain.
goal, in the meantime keeping the system in on the suggested increases —  some of Participating in the flat-fee annual program “We encourage you to give us formal feed-
in a state of good repair is driving potential which are substantial. requires a minimum base rate, which would back,” Arnold said, noting it would be used
changes. Monthly passes for riders will also increase from $15,960 to $23,940. The Go to inform the board’s decision. “Make your
“The cost of that is a reality, it’s part of increase between 13 percent and about 24 Pass program is open to employers, voice heard.”
this budget deficit as we continue to try percent depending on how far one plans to schools or even large apartment complex-
maintaining aging equipment and keep it travel. Those just traversing one zone will es, according to Caltrain. Visit caltrain.com for more information
out there at the level people expect, ” see rates rise from $84.80 to $96 a month; Staff hosted a public meeting this past or to submit comments on the proposed rate
Arnold said. while riders traveling six zones could Wednesday to gather feedback on the pro- increases.
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