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City picks housing developer


Heavily-watched public property along El Camino
Real in South San Francisco slated for 800 units
By Austin Walsh Partners to construct a mixed-use and the concerns of development crit-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF development near where Westborough ics.
Boulevard turns into Chestnut Avenue AGI/ KASA Partners’ initial propos-
Faced by an audience split with just west of downtown, according to al was comprised of 812 units, with
strong opinions over a proposal to video of the meeting Wednesday, May 162 affordable units to be built by
construct more than 800 units on pub- 2. Bridge Housing in a standalone build-
lic land, South San Francisco officials Under the decision, officials will ing. The largest building proposed
elected to choose a builder for the site enter an exclusive negotiating agree- would not exceed eight stories. Plans
abutting El Camino Real. ment with the builder in an effort to also include 5,500 square feet of child
The South San Francisco City design a project which officials claim A rendering of the AGI/ KASA Partners development proposal
Council approved picking AGI/KASA will balance the need for more housing See HOUSING, Page 23 in South San Francisco.

NDNU faculty
says president
should resign
Claiming poor leadership,
union announces vote of no
confidence in Judith Greig
By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

With concerns regarding programmat-


ic cuts, enrollment reductions, allega-
tions of opaque policymaking and an
overall lack of sound leadership, Notre
Dame de Namur University faculty is
calling for President Judith Grieg’s res-
ZACHARY CLARK/DAILY JOURNAL STAFF ignation. Judith Grieg
The‘waterfall’of baby salmon shooting out of the back of a truck that brought them to Half Moon Bay from a hatchery near Lodi. Professors and staff at the Belmont
Some 30 people, including media and fishermen showed up to witness the annual spectacle. Below: Longtime Half Moon Bay school detailed their frustrations in a Monday, April 30, let-
fisherman Capt. Duane Winter tows the net pen packed with more than 240,000 baby salmon into the middle of the harbor. ter addressed to the Board of Trustees declaring a vote of no

Salmon program bolsters fishery See GRIEG, Page 23

Hatchery effort adds 740,000 fish to the wild this season


By Zachary Clark
Residential zoning
changes spur talks
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

After state wildlife officials


announced another limited season for
sport and commercial salmon fishing, By Anna Schuessler
a unique Half Moon Bay program DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
kicked off this week that local advo-
cates celebrate for sustaining the fish- Whether new recommended residential zoning standards
ery. for single-family homes in San Carlos will result in small-
On Wednesday, 240, 000 baby er residential projects, give neighbors opportunities to
salmon were trucked down from a state- weigh in on nearby designs and account for the specifics of
operated hatchery near Lodi and irregularly-shaped lots were among the questions residents

See SALMON, Page 12 See ZONING, Page 12


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2 Friday • May 4, 2018 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“The greater the number of laws and enactments,
the more thieves and robbers there will be.”
— Lao-tzu, Chinese philosopher

This Day in History


The Oroville Dam in Northern

1968 California was dedicated by Gov.


Ronald Reagan; the 770-foot-tall
earth-filled structure, a pet project of
Reagan’s predecessor, Pat Brown,
remains the tallest dam in the United States, but was also the
scene of a near disaster in February 2017 when two spill-
ways collapsed, threatening for a time to flood parts of three
counties in the Sierra Nevada foothills.
In 1 6 2 6 , Dutch explorer Peter Minuit landed on present-
day Manhattan Island.
In 1 7 7 6 , Rhode Island declared its freedom from England,
two months before the Declaration of Independence was
adopted.
In 1 8 3 0 , the Edward Bulwer-Lytton novel “Paul Clifford,”
with its famous opening, “It was a dark and stormy night,”
was first published in London.
In 1 8 8 6 , at Haymarket Square in Chicago, a labor demon-
stration for an 8-hour work day turned into a deadly riot
when a bomb exploded.
In 1 9 1 9 , the comic strip character Harold Teen made his
debut in the Sunday edition of the Chicago Tribune in “The
Love Life of Harold Teen” by Carl Ed. REUTERS
In 1 9 3 2 , mobster Al Capone, convicted of income-tax eva- Zoe Saldana signs autographs during the ceremony for the unveiling of her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles.
sion, entered the federal penitentiary in Atlanta. (Capone
was later transferred to Alcatraz Island.)
In 1 9 4 2 , the Battle of the Coral Sea, the first naval clash
In other news ...
fought entirely with carrier aircraft, began in the Pacific dur- Man admits illegally 23 people at the scene for eye irritation, southwest side. Perrine says it was defi-
ing World War II. (The outcome was considered a tactical vic- while one person was taken to a hospi- nitely hundreds of thousands.
tory for Japan, but ultimately a strategic one for the Allies.) importing protected fish tal. Officers blocked traffic as they helped
In 1 9 5 9 , the first Grammy Awards ceremony was held at the LOS ANGELES — A Southern collect money from along the highway.
Beverly Hilton Hotel. Domenico Modugno won Record of California man has pleaded guilty to a Santa Cruz police chief Perrine says an undetermined amount
the Year and Song of the Year for “Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu federal charge of illegally importing warns about ‘bad batch’ of LSD remains unaccounted for as some drivers
(Volare)”; Henry Mancini won Album of the Year for “The protected aquarium fish from Indonesia. stopped to scoop up cash.
Music from Peter Gunn.” SANTA CRUZ — Authorities in Santa Perrine says anyone who picked up
Shawn Naolu Lee and a co-defendant Cruz are warning residents about a bad
overseas were indicted last year after the money could be charged with theft
LSD batch after officers came across four and he urged them to contact state police
Birthdays authorities found a package containing
eight Asian arowana. The colorful fresh-
naked people running around screaming
about seeing rainbows at night and fly-
to return it.
water fish can sell on the black market ing unicorns.
for $1,000 each and are thought in some Santa Cruz Police Chief Andrew Mills
Fingerprint left in Play-Doh
cultures to bring good luck. tells KSBW-TV that in the last two leads to shoplifting suspect
City News Service reports that Lee weeks his officers have seen a lot of
entered his plea Wednesday in Los LEICESTER, Mass. — A
“high level intoxication with LSD.” Massachusetts police department says a
Angeles. Prosecutors are recommending Mills says his officers have encoun-
the Garden Grove resident get six fingerprint left in a hunk of Play-Doh
tered several intoxicated people having led them to a shoplifting suspect.
months’ house arrest when he’s sen- a bad reaction who have told them they
tenced in July. Leicester police responded to Walmart
used LSD. on Dec. 11 after an employee found sev-
Singer-actress Pia Country singer Actor Will Arnett is Mills this week took to social media eral electronic anti-theft devices that
Zadora is 66. Randy Travis is 59. 48.
Two dozen treated after pepper to warn residents. had been covered in the malleable clay-
spray released at DMV office He says his office is working to find like toy in an apparent attempt to neu-
The former president of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, is 90. out who is supplying the laced drug. tralize them.
LOS ANGELES — Authorities say
Katherine Jackson, matriarch of the Jackson musical family, The attempt to disable the spider-wrap
about two dozen people were treated for Brinks truck drops thousands
is 88. Jazz musician Ron Carter is 81. Rock musician Dick eye irritation after pepper spray was devices failed, and the suspect had fled.
Dale is 81. Pulitzer Prize-winning political commentator accidentally released in a California of dollars on Indiana highway He did, however, leave a fingerprint
George Will is 77. Pop singer Peggy Santiglia Davison (The Department of Motor Vehicles office in INDIANAPOLIS — State police say impression in the Play-Doh.
Angels) is 74. Actor Richard Jenkins is 71. Country singer Los Angeles. drivers clamored to pick up cash on an Police announced Monday the
Stella Parton is 69. Actor-turned-clergyman Hilly Hicks is 68. Sheriff’s Lt. Leo Bauer tells City News interstate in Indianapolis after the back Connecticut Forensics Laboratory
Irish musician Darryl Hunt (The Pogues) is 68. Singer Jackie Service that a woman was waiting in doors of a Brinks armored truck swung helped find a match for the print.
Jackson (The Jacksons) is 67. Rhythm-and-blues singer Oleta line at the Newhall office at about 5:15 open and hundreds of thousands of dol- Police charged 55-year-old Dennis
Adams is 65. Sen. Doug Jones, D-Ala., is 64. Violinist Soozie p.m. Wednesday when she accidentally lars flew out. Jackson with unlawful removal of an
Tyrell (Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band) is 61. Actress discharged the pepper spray while look- State police spokesman Sgt. John anti-theft device. Police say he has a
Mary McDonough is 57. Comedian Ana Gasteyer is 51. Rock ing for something in her purse. Perrine says investigators don’t know long criminal record and faces arrest
About 50 people in the building were exactly how much cash was in the truck warrants in at least two other states.
musician Mike Dirnt (Green Day) is 46. Contemporary
affected. Some left the building. The when its lost its load about 9 a.m. Jackson is jailed and it’s not clear if
Christian singer Chris Tomlin is 46. TV personality and fash- Fire Department says firefighters treated Wednesday on Interstate 70 on the city’s he had a lawyer.
ion designer Kimora Lee Simmons is 43.
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Mistrial for man Local briefs
accused of shooting at police
A man accused of assaulting a cop in an Sailboat sinks
incident in which he fired multiple gunshots while towed from beach
was convicted Tuesday of being a felon in The U.S. Coast Guard is working with state
possession of a gun, but was acquitted on and local authorities on the salvage of a 33-
charges of attempted murder and assaulting foot sailboat that ran aground in Pacifica last
an officer, according to San Mateo County weekend and then sank when crews tried to
prosecutors. tow it away Wednesday.
Ivan Dejesus Gomez, 26, was allegedly fir- The vessel, the Hectate, ran aground after it
ing shots into the air when police responded ran out of fuel with four people and a dog on
to First Lane in South San Francisco around 3 board, according to the Coast Guard.
a.m. on New Year’s Day in 2015, according Pacifica police had responded around 11:05
to the District Attorney’s Office. p.m. Saturday to a report of a sailboat in dis-
They couldn’t find him at first, as Gomez tress near Linda Mar Beach.
was hiding in the shadows on the 600 block The four people aboard the boat — a 24-
of the road. But they found his car, and while year-old woman from Spokane, Washington,
running his plates an officer observed Gomez a 33-year-old man from Crescent City, a 49-
watching through the windows of a parked year-old woman from Long Creek, Oregon,
vehicle, prosecutors said. and a 20-year-old woman also from Spokane
When an officer ordered Gomez to put his — were all hospitalized with minor injuries.
hands up, he allegedly drew a weapon and Coast Guard Sector San Francisco officials
advanced toward police, firing one shot at an have worked with the boat’s owner to ensure
officer who retreated to their patrol vehicle a salvage plan was put in place and collabo-
and returned fire before Gomez fled the scene. rated with the city of Pacifica, the state
His attorney said Gomez had fired his
Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Office of
weapon, but not at the police, according to
District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe. Spill Prevention and Response, and Global
“The defense attorney argued that the offi- Diving and Salvage.
cers mistook what the defendant was doing,” On Wednesday afternoon, contractors tried
Wagstaffe said. “He was firing the gun up to tow the Hectate from the beach but the
into the air, not at the officer.” boat took on water and sank about 600 feet
Gomez went to trial on felony charges of offshore.
being a felon in possession of a firearm, Coast Guard officials are continuing to
attempted murder and felony assault on a monitor the situation and review future sal-
police officer, but the jury deadlocked on the vage plans now that the boat is underwater,
second and third charges, prompting the and are asking the public to stay away from
judge to declare a mistrial. the area until it is resolved.
Gomez faces up to three years in state “Our top priority is the safety of the public
prison for being a prohibited person in pos- and the responders working on this inci-
session of a gun. He returns to court for sen- dent,” Chief Warrant Officer Jeremiah
tencing on May 10. Winston said in a statement.
It’s not yet clear whether prosecutors will The Hectate was reportedly 8 to 10 feet
seek another trial on the attempted murder underwater as of Wednesday night. The boat’s
and assaulting an officer charges, according owner said there were no hazardous materials
to Wagstaffe. Defense attorney Peter Arian or fuel on board, according to the Coast
declined to comment on his client’s behalf. Guard.

Police reports it was reported at 6:15 p.m. Monday, April


16.
Mal i ci o us mi s chi ef. A vehicle’s win-
All revved up dow was broken on Marin Drive, it was
Someone reported that people were reported at 9:03 a.m. Tuesday, April 3.
revving engines on Beach Park Burg l ary . A vehicle was broken into on
Boulevard in Foster City, it was report- Myrtle Road, it was reported at 6:54 a.m.
ed at 9:28 p.m. Monday, April 30. Tuesday, April 3.
B urg l ary . A vehicle’s window was
smashed on Lorton Avenue, it was reported
BURLINGAME at 12:46 a.m. Tuesday, April 3.
Burg l ary . An unknown person broke into Arres t. Someone was arrested for stealing
a resident’s garage on Hillside Drive, it vodka on El Camino Real, it was reported
was reported at 6:37 p.m. Monday, April at 6:06 p.m. Monday, April 2.
16.
Pe t t y t h e f t . Two women were seen Petty theft. A license plate was stolen
shoplifting before they fled on Park Road, from a vehicle on La Mesa Drive, it was
reported at 5:58 p.m. Monday, April 2.

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Around the nation


Men rescued after getting
bad GPS info on way to Yellowstone
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Two men drove around at least two
road-closed signs due to faulty navigation device informa-
tion while trying to get to Yellowstone National Park and
had to be rescued from deep snow, sheriff’s officers in
Wyoming said Thursday.
Park County authorities said 60-year-old John Ray
Elmore Jr. of Los Angeles and his father, 85-year-old John
M. Elmore Sr. of Nashville, Indiana, likely won’t be cited
for using the road northwest of Cody.
The road has been closed and unplowed since fall. Snow
still covers much of the route, but the men said their navi-
gation device showed it was open.
Their Nissan SUV got stuck Tuesday about a mile from the
last road-closed sign. The men called for help on a cell-
phone. Rescuers got them out with help from a resident
with a pickup truck.
Many roads in and around Yellowstone National Park
remain covered with snow and unpassable. In Wyoming,
driving around a road-closed sign is a big no-no, possibly
punishable by a $420 fine.
The men got stuck in snow about 60 miles northwest of The Slack Tide Currents are set to play with Minnijean Brown-Trickey 6 p.m. Friday at Devil’s Canyon Brewing Company.
Cody on Beartooth Highway.
Their call for help was dropped before they could say
where they were and that they were unhurt, but rescuers soon
found them. Spreading hope through song
By Anna Schuessler Sequoia High School teacher Ashley encouragement onto today’s youth.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Gray on a 10-day trip with high “It’s really important right now for
school students to the American young people to able to think about
In an effort to empower youth to South close to two decades ago. what they can do about their own cir-
make their voices heard, a Peninsula As a guitarist and vocalist, Gray cumstances,” she said.
teacher and a renowned civil rights had written songs while on the trip, Playing songs titled “Peace Sign,”
advocate are inviting others to join in which students and teachers visited “Be the Change,” and “When I Was
them in song at a Friday event in San sites of the civil rights movement Young” in an acoustic rock style, the
Carlos celebrating the living history with those who shaped it. Dubbed the musicians are hoping the experience
of American civil rights. Sojourn to the Past, the trip is aimed will draw participants of all ages and
As a member of the Little Rock at giving students an interactive his- appeal to their hopes and desires.
Nine, a group of nine black students tory experience, and Brown-Trickey “We really want to kind of focus on
who helped desegregate Central High said Gray’s songs captured the spirit positive actions, positive outcomes
School in Arkansas in 1957 and a of the journey and encouraged stu- and we kind of want to celebrate
lifelong social activist, Vancouver dents to stand up for their own situa- everybody’s participating in those
resident Minnijean Brown-Trickey is tions. endeavors,” he said.
no stranger to the power of music. “His songs talk about the things
“Music has social value as well as While Gray and Brown-Trickey are
that we learned about on sojourn but hoping those who attend feel ener-
being beautiful, ” she said. “The it also talks about being active,
music of the ’60s was amazing and it gized to engage in social change dur-
being social, making change,” she ing and after the event, they are hop-
was about social change and it … said. “It’s a response to social condi-
encouraged people to challenge out- ing that, above all else, those who
tions and also encouraging young join them have fun.
rageous situations.”
people to participate in their own “In the end, it’s about a huge num-
At 76, Brown-Trickey said her pas-
rights and responsibilities.” ber of people who have a similar
sion for music and social change
developed early in her life, spurred by In h el p i n g s t uden t s un ders t an d experience and a similar sort of
the bold action she and eight other their potential and responsibility as social justice ideas, ” said Brown-
students at her high school took to well as the role nonviolence can Trickey. ““It seems simple, but peo-
break the school’s racial barrier under p l ay i n mak i n g s o ci al ch an g e, ple love singing … people long for
federal order. Sojourn to the Past can be a trans- peace.”
Having seen how effective music formative experience for them, said
was in empowering people to chal- Bro wn -Tri ck ey. Ack n o wl edg i n g The Slack Tide Currents are set to
lenge racism, sexism and other injus- man y l eaders i n t h e ci v i l ri g h t s share the stage with Minnijean
tices, Brown-Trickey, a vocalist, mo v emen t are b eco mi n g o l der, Brown-Trick ey 6 p. m. Friday at
found she shared a love of music Bro wn -Tri ck ey s ai d s h e’s fel t an Dev il’s Cany on Brewing Company,
along with Montara resident and urgency to pass their messages of 935 Washington St., San Carlos.
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Judge OKs taking DNA, photos


of Golden State Killer suspect
By Kathleen Ronayne they used DNA and a genealogical
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS website to identify DeAngelo.
It was unclear when prosecutors
SACRAMENTO — Prosecutors will collect the new evidence.
can collect DNA, fingerprints and Lynch and Diane Howard, another
body photographs of the former of DeAngelo’s public defenders,
policeman suspected of being declined comment after Sweet
California’s Golden State Killer, a ruled.
judge ruled Thursday. Deputy Sacramento County
District Attorney Thienvu Ho
Attorneys for Joseph
declined to answer questions
DeAngelo, 72, had asked the court
about why prosecutors needed the
to block the search, arguing the
DNA, fingerprints and photo-
warrant for the evidence was
graphs of DeAngelo’s entire
issued before his arrest. “All we’re
body.
asking here is the prosecution
He said in court that the
follow the rules,” argued David
Sacramento County sheriff’s
Lynch, one of DeAngelo’s public
office sought the original war-
defenders.
rant, but provided no additional
Superior Court Judge Michael details.
Sweet sided with prosecutors, say- The search and arrest warrants
ing courts have repeatedly for DeAngelo that contain legal
allowed the collection of such arguments and case details justify-
evidence because it’s not a form of ing why investigators want to
testimony. He said it would not gather the evidence are shielded
harm DeAngelo’s right to protec- from public view under a court
tion against self-incrimination order. Prosecutors have not
under the U.S. Constitution’s 5th explained why the documents are
Amendment. REUTERS FILE PHOTO
sealed.
“There’s no basis to stop the Public Defender Diane Howard puts her hand on the shoulder of Joseph James DeAngelo, 72, who authorities The Associated Press and other
execution of the search warrant,” said was identified by DNA evidence as the serial predator dubbed the Golden State Killer. news organizations have filed a
Sweet said. “There is no 5th nial” evidence that doesn’t require DeAngelo, appearing in court identified by prosecutors as the motion to unseal them, which
Amendment privilege that I can suspects to share their thoughts in an orange jumpsuit and hand- man responsible for at least a could provide additional details
see.” and beliefs, such as blood sam- cuffed to a wheelchair, said noth- dozen murders and more than 50 about the DNA techniques prose-
He said courts have long upheld ples or asking a suspect to stand ing. He has not entered a plea. rapes across California in the cutors used to identify him. A
the right to collect “non-testimo- in a lineup. He was arrested last week and 1970s and ’80s. Prosecutors said hearing is scheduled for May 14.

An 80-year-old gunman kills cold-case serial slayings — those


Around the state blamed on the Golden State Killer.
one, wounds one in attack But first they have to get a better
nounced dead. DNA profile.
MILL VALLEY — An 80-year-old The suspected gunman was spotted
man shot two people, killing one, at Several months ago, the Vallejo
fleeing into an apartment at the com- Police Department sent two letters
a Northern California apartment com- plex and deputies evacuated nearby
plex and later turned the gun on him- written by the Zodiac Killer to a pri-
units, surrounded the area and urged
self, authorities said Thursday. vate lab in hopes of finding his DNA
other residents to shelter in place.
A woman died and a man remained on the back of the stamps or envelope
hospitalized in intensive care after DNA match sought to Zodiac flaps that may have been licked. They
the shooting in Mill Valley, about 14 are expecting results soon.
miles (23 kilometers) north of San Killer after break in other case “They were confident they would be
Francisco, Marin County sheriff’s SAN FRANCISCO — Northern able to get something off it,” Vallejo
Sgt. Brenton Schneider said. California detectives still trying to police Detective Terry Poyser told the
Deputies found the wounded vic- identify the infamous Zodiac Killer Sacramento Bee.
tims after responding to a report of who targeted victims in the late Poyser said he hopes a full DNA
shots being fired at the apartment 1960s and taunted investigators with profile will be found that will enable
complex on east Blithedale Avenue letters say they hope to try the same detectives to try the same DNA
shortly before 3:30 p. m. , authori- DNA tracing technology recently used sleuthing techniques that were used to
ties said. The woman later was pro- to arrest a suspect in another string of arrest Joseph DeAngelo last month.
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Giuliani offers new explanation of why Trump fired Comey


By Eric Tucker likely defense to the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS May 2017 dismissal,
but it was at least the
WASHINGTON — President Donald third offered by Trump
Trump’s explanation for why he fired FBI and his advisers.
Director James Comey has shifted again. It also comes as the
president’s legal team is
Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s new attorney, said debating whether to
in an interview on Fox News that Trump allow Trump to be inter-
fired Comey last year because Comey would
not state “that he wasn’t a target” of the James Comey viewed by special coun-
sel Robert Mueller’s
special counsel’s Russia investigation. team, which in addition to investigating
He said Trump felt that he was treated potential coordination between Russia and
worse than Hillary Clinton, who was pub- the Trump campaign, is examining whether
licly cleared of criminal wrongdoing at an the president’s firing of Comey and other
unusual FBI headquarters news conference in actions constitute obstruction of justice.
July 2016. In announcing the firing, the White
“He fired Comey because Comey would House initially cited the FBI director’s han-
not, among other things, say that he wasn’t dling of the probe into Clinton’s emails.
a target of the investigation,” Giuliani said. Trump later told NBC’s Lester Holt that he
“He’s entitled to that. Hillary Clinton got was thinking of “this Russia thing” when
that. Actually, he couldn’t get that.” he made the move.
Comey told the Associated Press in an On Fox News Wednesday night, Giuliani
interview this week that he saw telling said Trump did the Lester Holt interview “to
Trump privately — at a January 2017 Trump explain to the American people the presi-
Tower meeting — that he wasn’t under dent was not the target of the investiga-
investigation as a way to lower the “tem- tion.”
REUTERS FILE PHOTO perature” of an otherwise tense encounter Comey has acknowledged that he told
Rudy Giuliani introduces Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump at a campaign before the president took office. Trump on multiple occasions that he was
event in Gettysburg, Penn. Giuliani’s explanation foreshadows a not personally under investigation.

Trump’s new lawyer is top candidate for White House counsel


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS House counsel Don tioned as a critical point person for special control of Congress in 2006. That’s a situa-
McGahn, who has been counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. tion the Trump administration could find
WASHINGTON — President Donald making plans to leave Cobb coordinated dealings with prosecu- itself in by year’s end.
Trump’s new attorney, Emmet Flood, a vet- for some time. But two tors, worked closely with Trump’s personal During the Bush years, Flood worked
eran of the Clinton impeachment battles, is of the people cautioned lawyers and has repeatedly urged coopera- alongside Bill Burck, an experienced
the leading candidate to replace the White that the timing was tion with the investigation in hopes of Washington defense attorney who now rep-
House’s top lawyer, several people familiar unclear and McGahn’s bringing it to a quick end. resents McGahn and former Trump chief of
with the matter said Thursday. departure was not immi- Flood, whose hiring was announced staff Reince Priebus in the Mueller investi-
The move would be an effort to prepare for nent. Wednesday, is likely to advocate a more gation.
the possibility that Democrats could regain They spoke on condi- confrontational approach. He represented Democratic majorities in either the House
control of the House after the November Emmet Flood
tion of anonymity to President Bill Clinton during his impeach- or Senate would give the president’s politi-
election and undertake new congressional describe internal White House decision- ment and served in the White House coun- cal opponents subpoena power to investi-
investigations. making. sel’s office during the George W. Bush gate the administration. Flood’s hiring
Three people told the Associated Press For now, Flood is replacing outgoing administration as it faced a slew of over- comes amid growing resignation in the
that Flood is on deck to replace White White House lawyer Ty Cobb, who has func- sight investigations after Republicans lost White House that the House is likely lost.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Friday • May 4, 2018 7


Trump’s ‘Stormy’
story clashes with
earlier statements
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump insisted


Thursday his reimbursement of a 2016 hush payment to
porn actress Stormy Daniels had noth-
ing to do with his election campaign.
But the surprise revelation of the presi-
dent’s payment clashed with his past
statements, created new legal headaches
and stunned many in the West Wing.
White House aides were blindsided
when Trump’s recently added attorney,
Rudy Giuliani, said Wednesday night
Stormy Daniels that the president had repaid Michael
Cohen for $130,000 that was given to
Daniels to keep her quiet before the 2016 election about
her allegations of an affair with Trump. Giuliani’s revela-
REUTERS tion, which seemed to contradict Trump’s past statements,
Donald Trump waves guests goodbye after participating in the National Day of Prayer ceremony at the White House. came as the president’s newly configured outside legal
team pursued his defense, apparently with zero coordina-

President marks National Day of tion with the West Wing.


White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders
said she first learned that Trump had repaid the hush money
from Giuliani’s interview on Fox News Channel’s
Prayer amid hush money scandal “Hannity. ” Staffers’ phones began to buzz within
moments. Deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley, who had
pre-taped an interview with Fox News earlier Wednesday
By Darlene Superville that the payments just before the 2016 Trump said the new office will help
election “had nothing to do with the ensure such groups have “equal access” evening, was suddenly summoned to return for a live inter-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
campaign.” to government money and the “equal view.
The president did not address the right to exercise their deeply held While Giuliani said the payment to Daniels was “going
WASHINGTON — President Donald issue in his public remarks, focusing beliefs.” to turn out to be perfectly legal,” legal experts said the
Trump celebrated the National Day of instead on the power of prayer as a cen- “We take this step because we know, new information raised a number of questions, including
Prayer by announcing a White House terpiece of American life. that in solving the many, many prob- whether the money represented repayment of an undis-
initiative that he said would underpin “Faith has shaped our families and lems and our great challenges, faith is closed loan or could be seen as reimbursement for a cam-
policies recognizing the “vital role” it’s shaped our communities,” he said. more powerful than government and paign expenditure. Either could be legally problematic.
of religion in the country. “America is “It’s inspired our commitment to char- nothing is more powerful than God,” Giuliani insisted Trump didn’t know the specifics of
a nation of believers,” he said. ity and our defense of liberty, and faith Trump said. Cohen’s arrangement with Daniels until recently, telling
Shortly before the Rose Garden has forged the identity and the destiny Members of the First Baptist Church “Fox & Friends” on Thursday that the president didn’t
event Thursday, Trump acknowledged of this great nation that we all love.” of Sutherland Springs, Texas, where know all the details until “maybe 10 days ago.” Giuliani
reimbursing his personal attorney for Trump outlined steps by the adminis- more than two dozen worshippers were told The New York Times that Trump had repaid Cohen
hush money the lawyer paid to porn tration to safeguard religious freedom killed in a November 2017 shooting, $35,000 a month “out of his personal family account”
actress Stormy Daniels, who alleges a and pledged to continue doing so. attended the event. after the campaign was over. He said Cohen received
sexual encounter with Trump in 2006. He signed an executive order creat- As Trump mingled with guests on his $460,000 or $470,000 in all for expenses related to
The White House says Trump denies ing a “White House Faith and way back to the Oval Office, a reporter Trump.
that accusation, and Trump had claimed Opportunity Initiative” that will, shouted to the president, “Why are you But no debt to Cohen was listed on Trump’s personal
no knowledge of the financial arrange- among other things, make recommen- changing your story on Stormy financial disclosure form, which was certified on June 16,
ment. dations on policies that affect faith- Daniels?” Someone in the audience 2017. Asked if Trump had filed a fraudulent form, Sanders
Trump tweeted before the faith event based and community programs. shouted back, “Shame on you!” said: “I don’t know.”
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8 Friday • May 4, 2018 STATE/NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

Around the nation


Police: One man kills
another, surrenders at Nashville mall
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — One young man ended a fight with
another by fatally shooting him Thursday inside a shopping
mall before surrendering his weapon, saying he didn’t want
any more trouble, police said.
Nashville Police spokesman Don Aaron said the shooter
put the gun on the counter of a ticket booth across from the
Opry Mills Mall, and was ordered to lie on the ground by a
retired California police officer who now lives in Tennessee.
Police identified the victim as Demarco Churchwell and
the suspected shooter as Justin Golson, both 22 years old. It
is not clear if Golson will face charges or if he has a lawyer.
He was in police custody and being interviewed by investi-
gators Thursday evening.
The gunfire prompted an outsized response. The mall was
evacuated, police officers responded in force, at least a half a
dozen ambulances converged on the scene and authorities
said the adjacent Grand Ole Opry House and convention cen-
ter were put on lockdown for a time.
The shooting couldn’t be heard over the battle scenes in a
showing of “Avengers: Infinity War,” which was disrupted
when officers in riot gear came into the theater and told
everyone to leave.
“I’m just thinking Aurora, Colorado,” said Dave O’Brien,
a crime and breaking news reporter for the Record-Courier in
Kent, Ohio, who was visiting Nashville with his girlfriend REUTERS FILE PHOTO
to check out CrimeCon, a convention of true crime enthusi- Gov. Jerry Brown said a trade war would harm both the United States and China while disrupting the international supply chain.
asts.

George Mason faculty


seeks disclosure of donor agreements
McLEAN, Va. — The faculty senate at Virginia’s largest
Brown warns against
trade war with China
university has formally asked the school to disclose donor
agreements after revelations that some gift arrangements
gave the conservative Charles Koch Foundation a say in the
hiring and firing of some professors.
The senate at George Mason University has for years been By Michael R. Blood big trade dispute is going to stop us,” In another apparent dig, Brown said
debating academic independence and raising questions about THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Brown said. “The stuff that’s not the two countries have great potential
the school’s relationship with the foundation, which working today, let’s figure out how to as future trade partners but “all you
donates millions of dollars annually to George Mason. BEVERLY HILLS — California Gov. make it work.” need is a great leader.”
On Wednesday it passed a resolution calling for all gift Jerry Brown on Thursday urged greater The governor spoke as Chinese and The annual conference is intended
agreements to be published in a permanent online database cooperation with China to resolve a U.S. officials met in Beijing in an to promote stronger ties between
for public review within 30 days of their enactment. If trade dispute, while taking an appar- attempt to resolve a dispute that has Chinese business officials and indus-
donors request anonymity their identities can be redacted. ent swipe at President Donald Trump. taken the countries the closest try leaders in California.
Another resolution calls for two faculty members to be “Globalization is here. We are not they’ve ever come to a trade war. China’s consul general in Los
appointed to a gift-acceptance committee that would review going to get rid of it. And a trade war The Trump administration has Angeles, Zhang Ping, said trade
deals to ensure they maintained the school’s academic inde- is stupid,” Brown said. threatened to impose new tariffs on between California and China reached
pendence. Speaking Thursday at the annual roughly $150 billion in Chinese $175 billion last year, an increase of
Last week the school released some agreements under a California-China Business Summit in goods, which prompted China to nearly 20 percent from 2013.
Freedom of Information Act request. The documents showed Beverly Hills, Brown said as the announce its own tariffs on U.S. prod- He warned that a bitter trade war
the Koch Foundation enjoyed the right to appoint members world’s two largest economies, the ucts. would harm both counties, while dis-
of a selection committee that could recommend professors United States and China are inextrica- At one point, in what appeared to be rupting the international supply
for appointment at the Mercatus Center, a free-market think bly linked through business, climate a reference to Trump’s presidency, chain.
tank. and security issues. Brown assured the business leaders “Trade war inflicts mutual disrup-
He said both need to rise above the that “this too will pass.” tion,” he said. “To avoid it, the only
conflict and work together in an ever- “I’m not telling you what I’m refer- way is to seek win-win solutions
shifting global economy. ring to,” Brown said, eliciting laugh- through negotiation ... rather than
“No tariff, no little trade dispute or ter from the audience. confrontation.”

GOP fights to hold ground in Democratic bastion California


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Republican registration numbers and allow two Democrats to advance
continue to slide in the state — cur- to the November runoff.
LOS ANGELES — If history is any rently, an anemic 25 percent of the “The ability of the Republican
guide, this weekend’s California total — and the party could soon suf- Party to put on a statewide campaign
Republican convention will be anoth- fer the indignity of being eclipsed by is severely limited, ” conservative
er prelude to Election Day disappoint- independents in voter enrollments. activist and blogger Steve Frank said.
ment. Democrats hold a 3.6-million-voter And there’s more.
With the June 5 primary closing in, edge statewide, putting Republicans A string of Republican-held con-
hundreds of party delegates will spend at a disadvantage from the start. gressional districts that were carried
the weekend in San Diego debating The GOP has no viable candidate for by Hillary Clinton in 2016 are under
endorsements for candidates seeking U.S. Senate, essentially ceding the threat. President Donald Trump isn’t
statewide offices that are all held by race to Democrats. In the race for gov- on the ballot, but he is unpopular in
Democrats. ernor, it’s possible the GOP’s leading the state and could energize
For the GOP, the outlook is chal- candidates, John Cox and Travis Democrats and keep moderate
lenging. Allen, could split the Republican vote Republicans at home.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Friday • May 4, 2018 9


Yes on measures K and N Toll lanes good for the rich,
bad for the environment
T
wo San Mateo County school
districts are asking residents
to pay a little extra in their
Editorial Daily Journal
tax bill to ensure there is sufficient Belmont-Redwood Shores looking for endorsements By David J. Canepa
revenue for what most would consider $118 a year per parcel to generate -X denotes our recommendation for your vote
the basics. $1.4 million and Millbrae looking Carpool lanes are great.
Both the Belmont-Redwood Shores for $97 a year per parcel to generate San Mateo County Board of Supervisors- Toll lanes are not.
and Millbrae elementary school dis- District 2 Currently, the state Department of Transportation, San
$700,000. The benefit of a parcel tax Carole Groom (incumbent)-X
tricts are near the bottom of the fund- is that it is consistent funding and can Mateo County Transportation Authority and City/County
Morgan Stogner (write-in)
ing scales for this area. The reasons are be relied upon during the budgeting Association of Governments of San Mateo County are part-
manifold but it boils down to a dramat- cycle. Another aspect is that there is a San Mateo County Board of Supervisors- nering on a $534 million “Managed Lanes Project.”
ic increase in enrollment in Belmont- District 3 The project proposes to transform two lanes in both direc-
senior exemption for those who are Don Horsley (incumbent)-X tions on a 22-mile stretch of Highway 101 between
Redwood Shores and low basic state not willing to pay for such expenses Dan Stegink
funding through the Local Control Whipple Avenue in Redwood City to the Interstate 380
despite the positive impact good interchange in San Bruno into what are being called
Funding Formula for both. Essentially, schools have on property values. San Mateo County sheriff
a revised funding formula provides for Carlos Bolanos (appointed incumbent)-X “express lanes.”
Nearly all school districts have par- Mark Melville An express lane is a carpool lane that
certain school districts a basic state also allows solo drivers to use it for a
cel taxes to help bridge the gaps Heinz Puschendorf (write-in)
grant and additional revenue for certain fee.
categories based on student need. between state funding and community San Mateo County Superintendent of
needs. Millbrae has none, and it’s Think about that last sentence for a
While the percentage for student need Schools
Nancy Magee-X second.
is low, it still means there is less state time for it, even such a modest pro- Solo drivers will be able to use the
Gary Waddell
revenue overall for these districts. posal. Belmont-Redwood Shores lanes for a price, which will slide up and
That means Belmont-Redwood already has $174 in annual parcel Chief Elections Officer and Assessor- down depending on the hour of the day.
Shores is tasked with considering a taxes and this new one will add $118 County Clerk-Recorder During peak commute hours, the fees will
Mark Church (incumbent)-X be higher than during the rest of the day.
$1 million in cuts this fiscal year, and to the total for five years — still a John Mooney
more if its parcel tax does not pass. It modest amount. This scheme divides the rich from the poor and does not
means Millbrae will continue to have San Mateo County Controller reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Opposition to the taxes relies on Juan Raigoza (unchallenged incumbent)- The project also proposes to increase the carpool thresh-
scant resources for physical educa- typical bromides about school offi- X old from two occupants to three which will make accessing
tion, music, art, specialists, comput-
cials needing to make due with less the lane more burdensome.
ers, social and emotional learning, San Mateo County District Attorney But let’s not forget the fact that the percentage of com-
nurses and field trips. yet these two districts are already Steve Wagstaffe (unchallenged
doing that. Without these measures, incumbent)-X muters who carpool has dropped dramatically in the United
As a remedy, both districts have States since 1980. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 20
school foundations funded largely there will be additional cuts in
San Mateo County Coroner percent of commuters carpooled to work in 1980 but today
through parent donations, Millbrae Belmont-Redwood Shores and a con- Robert Foucrault (unchallenged that number is only about 9 percent.
gathers about $500,000 a year and tinued lack of what many consider the incumbent)-X Carpool lanes are great, but they should be reserved for
Belmont-Redwood Shores collects basics in Millbrae. San Mateo County Treasurer-Tax buses and shuttles and vehicles with multiple passengers.
around $1.7 million. That type of Both measures are modest, needed Collector They should not be reserved for solo drivers with deeper
self-help is evidence of an active par- and responsible requests for those Sandie Arnott (unchallenged pocketbooks than the rest of us.
ent community interested in lending a who live in the districts. They deserve incumbent)-X If we are really serious about combating climate change,
hand, but the funding is not consis- your support. Vote yes on Measure K encouraging solo drivers to use toll lanes during peak com-
tent and can vary from year to year. in the Belmont-Redwood Shores For links to previous mute hours is not the answer.
As a more consistent salve but by Elementary School District and yes Daily Journal endorsements go to A toll lane does not take cars off the road, which should be
no means a panacea, the districts are on Measure N in the Millbrae smdailyjournal.com/opinion/editorials our ultimate goal. In 2016, Senate Bill 32 was signed into
Elementary School District. law. It codifies the greenhouse gas reduction targets in
asking for five-year parcel taxes, with California to achieve a mid-range goal of 40 percent below
1990 levels by 2030.
Letters to the editor According to the final environmental impact report for
Plan Bay Area 2040 published in March 2018, the
Metropolitan Transportation Commission and Association
Retired teachers never stop The letter writer is a member of the all its regulations that should be dis- of Bay Area Governments concludes that implementing the
San Mateo California Retired Teachers mantled. Sure, there are risks, as there plan will have “significant and unavoidable” impacts on SB
caring for state and its future Association Division 22. is with any existing shares traded 32’s goals.
Editor, today in NASDAQ or any other To mitigate these impacts, MTC and ABAG suggest part-
On Wednesday, May 9, the California About Tezos exchanges. nering with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District
Retired Teachers Association (CalRTA), Editor, It is the responsibility of the to work with counties and cities to adopt “qualified GHG
will join Californians statewide in cel- Recently, you wrote a piece investors to do their homework. And reduction plans.”
ebrating the Day of the Teacher. We (“Investors bring suit over sale of digi- sure, there will be fraud, but we already Suggested mitigation measures include: “installation of
take this time to honor those educators tal currency” in the April 28 edition of have laws against fraud, they have renewable energy facilities on houses and businesses, con-
who have given so much. Teachers the Daily Journal) regarding the Tezos been there long before the existence of struction of community-serving facilities such as small-
often reach in their own pockets for lawsuit claiming the Tezos founders the SEC. Isn’t it strange that it is in scale solar farms, or other actions.”
those materials and programs budgets facilitated the illegal sale of unregis- the “land of the free and home of the Other GHG reduction mitigations include: “Zero Net
don’t cover.  tered securities. These lawsuits are brave” that we see more restrictions Energy in new construction, retrofits of existing buildings,
California’s retired teachers continue more likely an attempt by Wall Street than many other countries, so much in incentivizing and development of renewable energy sources
to be focused on and concerned about fact that certain ICOs have decided to that serve both new and existing land uses, and other meas-
to prevent competition to IPOs. Banks ures so long as the overall (SB) 32 … reduction (by 2040)
California’s children and their futures. have a tremendous privilege where simply prevent American citizens from
Please join us in our fight to protect investing? Sounds more like crony can be demonstrated.”
they can charge high fees, acquire secu- That’s a tall order to simply accommodate solo drivers
California’s future. Contact your legis- rities ahead of the general public and capitalism.
lators and let them know that the quali- The sleazy lawyers behind these law- with deep pockets.
get insider knowledge. It’s also a “direction toward gridlock” that environmental-
ty of our schools is a prime concern ICOs, on the other hand, have been suits are looking for money, not jus-
throughout California. tice, and they likely had encourage- ists will not stand for, according to the Transportation
leveling the playing field. Anyone Solutions Defense and Education Fund, known as TRANS-
And remember, if you can read this, could have invested in Bitcoin in the ment by Wall Street. Will the U.S.
you should thank a teacher. become freer or more restrictive? I DEF, and its founder David Schonbrunn.
early days. Imagine the privilege if the Toll lanes preserve the ability for drivers to drive alone,
Facebook founders could have openly hope the latter.
Schonbrunn contends. The “Managed Lanes Project” also
Lyn Chan advertised for shareholders in the early Phil Champagne maintains that drivers in the toll lane will have an average
Millbrae days rather than just a close group of Walnut Creek 45 mph commute during peak hours. The average now is
accredited investors. It is the SEC and about 25 mph during peak hours. Considering Highway 101
is now congested at pretty much all hours of the day, I find
OUR MISSION: this assertion to be frankly unobtainable.
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most Then there is the overall cost of the project, plus annual
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for funds needed to operate and maintain the program and
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. enforcement to consider.
By combining local news and sports coverage, The initial cost of the project was projected to be about
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, $366 million which is now risen to a cost of $534 million.
Moe Alshafie Michael Davis lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Charles Gould Paul Moisio provide our readers with the highest quality One can assume the final bill will be much higher.
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Joe Rudino Joy Uganiza information resource in San Mateo County. In the East Bay, the Interstate 680 Sunol Express Lane has
Erik Oeverndiek, Copy Editor/Page Designer
Todd Waibel Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we operated in the southbound direction since 2010. It’s a 14-
INTERNS, CORRESPONDENTS, CONTRACTORS: choose to reflect the diverse character of this mile stretch between Pleasanton and Milpitas that generated
Nicola Zeuzem, Production Manager Robert Armstrong Charlie Chapman dynamic and ever-changing community.
Jim Clifford Elizabeth Cortes $2.16 million in toll revenue in 2016. The cost to operate
Kerry McArdle, Marketing & Events Talia Fine Robert Hutchinson and maintain the lane, however, was $1.87 million, leaving
Austin Walsh, Senior Reporter
Priscilla Jin Tom Jung SMDAILYJOURNAL.COM a modest $290,000 remaining to fund other transportation
Connor Lin Laurel Lujan improvements. You can’t buy much with $290,000 these
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days. The California Highway Patrol will also be tasked
Joel Snyder Gary Whitman with enforcement — which means officers will have to mon-
Susan E. Cohn, Senior Correspondent: Events twitter.com/smdailyjournal itor the lanes for cheaters, pull them over and cite them dur-
Dave Newlands, Production Assistant Online edition at scribd.com/smdailyjournal ing heavy traffic. Sounds like a recipe for disaster to me.
Toll lanes will not reduce traffic in the long term and will
Letters to the Editor • Emailed documents are preferred: Correction Policy not reduce GHG emissions.
Should be no longer than 250 words. letters@smdailyjournal.com The Daily Journal corrects its errors. Toll lanes are a money-making scheme that will further
Perspective Columns • Letter writers are limited to two submissions a If you question the accuracy of any article in the Daily divide the rich from the poor. Bring on the carpool lanes,
Should be no longer than 600 words. month. Journal, please contact the editor at
• Illegibly handwritten letters and anonymous letters Opinions expressed in letters, columns and news@smdailyjournal.com but let’s ditch the toll.
will not be accepted. perspectives are those of the individual writer and do or by phone at: 344-5200, ext. 107 David Canepa represents District 5 on the San Mateo
• Please include a city of residence and phone not necessarily represent the views of the Daily Journal Editorials represent the viewpoint of the Daily Journal County Board of Supervisors and is the former mayor of
number where we can reach you. staff. editorial board and not any one individual.
Daly City.
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Late buying drive erases much of an early loss


By Marley Jay the rest of the year.
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The possibility that earnings
High: 23,996.15
growth was at its peak didn’t
NEW YORK — Losses for health Low: 23,531.31 appear to be on investors’ minds
care companies and banks left Close: 23,930.15 until the comments from
U. S. stocks lower Thursday, Change: +5.17 Caterpillar executives last week.
although a late push for technolo- OTHER INDEXES Rising costs are one challenge
gy and industrial companies companies are facing, and that
S&P 500: 2629.73 -5.94 could be in focus again Friday after
helped the market avoid a steeper
decline. NYSE Index: 12,392.50 -25.56 the government releases its report
After a weak finish the day Nasdaq: 7088.15 -12.75 on job creation and wage growth.
before, the Dow Jones industrial NYSE MKT: 2612.98 -21.62 Warne, of Edward Jones, said she
average dropped as much as 393 Russell 2000: 1546.56 -8.36 still expects stocks to rise this
points Thursday morning. Thanks Wilshire 5000: 27,347.50 -75.38 year because of continued eco-
to another gain in Boeing, it nomic and profit growth. But she
ended slightly higher. 10-Yr Bond: 2.98 +0.00 said it might take weeks or even
Companies including insurer Oil (per barrel): 68.50 +0.57 months before that happens.
AIG, prescription drug distributor Gold : 1,312.80 +7.20 Banks fell in tandem with inter-
Cardinal Health, and music est rates as bond prices climbed.
streaming service Spotify suffered banks started reporting their The yield on the 10-year Treasury
big losses. Banks declined along and the possibility that growth in composite lost 12.75 points, or note fell to 2.95 percent from
results, the S&P 500 is down 1.3
with interest rates. company profits has peaked. 0. 2 percent, to 7, 088. 15. The 2.97 percent. Lower bond yields
percent.
Electric car maker Tesla fell after “Investors went from being very Russell 2000 index of smaller- mean banks can’t make as much
“Investors looked for any and
it reported another big loss and optimistic to being more con- company stocks fell 8.36 points, money from lending.
all reasons to sell the results,”
CEO Elon Musk mocked some cerned about what could happen or 0.5 percent, to 1,546.56. Cardinal Health, which distrib-
wrote Lindsey Bell, investment
questions from analysts during the next,” said Kate Warne, invest- About three-fourths of S&P 500 utes prescription drugs, also had a
strategist for CFRA Research. In a
company’s conference call. ment strategist for Edward Jones. companies had reported results as smaller-than-expected profit and
note to clients, Bell said that
Microsoft and Cisco Systems “People are getting far ahead of of Wednesday, according to CFRA slashed its forecast for the rest of
Caterpillar “crushed all hopes”
helped technology companies to themselves.” Research, and their profits and the year. Cardinal said its Cordis
that stocks would rise following
some modest gains. But investors The S&P 500 index slid 5.94 revenues have consistently blown cardiovascular products business
earnings. The construction equip-
haven’t found much to get excited points, or 0. 2 percent, to past Wall Street’s expectations. ran into supply chain problems
ment maker said it doesn’t expect
about the last couple of days as 2, 629. 73. The Dow rose 5. 17 But the market isn’t acting like it: and also paid a higher expected tax
to top its first-quarter profit for
they worry about trade tensions points to 23,390.15. The Nasdaq since April 12, the day before big rate.

Tesla CEO’s peculiar conduct GoPro: 1Q Earnings Snapshot


SAN MATEO — GoPro Inc. on Thursday
reported a loss of $76.3 million in its first
quarter.
Business briefs
cent in the last 12 months.

Twitter finds security bug,


causes angst on Wall Street
By Tom Krisher
On a per-share basis, the San Mateo-based
company said it had a loss of 55 cents.
Losses, adjusted for non-recurring costs and
The conference call stock option expense, came to 34 cents per
advises changing passwords
SAN FRANCISCO — Twitter is advising all
users to change their passwords.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS behavior was labeled share. The company said Thursday that it recently
bizarre by some The results exceeded Wall Street expecta- discovered a bug that stored passwords in an
DETROIT — Elon Musk’s quirky behavior investors. It also fol- tions. The average estimate of seven ana- internal log in an unprotected form.
has long been chalked up to that of a misun- lowed some recent wild lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research Twitter says there’s no indication that there
derstood genius. But never have his actions tweets by Musk about was for a loss of 40 cents per share. was a breach or that any of the passwords
caused so much angst on Wall Street. building a cyborg dragon, The action video camera maker posted rev- were misused. But as a precaution, Twitter
Investors have for years endured millions how his eyebrows can enue of $202.3 million in the period, also recommends users consider changing the
of dollars in short-term losses in hopes of a grab things and an April 1 beating Street forecasts. Three analysts sur- passwords they use to log onto Twitter. They
long-term payoff. They might have even post in which he wrote, veyed by Zacks expected $175.4 million. should also change that password if they used
Elon Musk “Despite intense efforts In the final minutes of trading on Thursday,
been able to stomach the $8.3 million that it for any other services.
Telsa Inc. burns through each day. But it was to raise money, including the company’s shares hit $4.96. A year ago, The San Francisco company says it masks,
a conference call Wednesday night that left a last-ditch mass sale of Easter Eggs, we are they were trading at $8.40. or encrypts, passwords by replacing them
many wondering how much more they can sad to report that Tesla has gone completely with a random set of numbers and letters. But
take. and totally bankrupt. So bankrupt, you can’t Fluidigm: 1Q Earnings Snapshot the bug caused passwords to be written to an
Just after the electric car and solar panel believe it.” SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO — Fluidigm internal log before that masking occurred.
company announced a record first-quarter To be sure, Musk has joked in the past and Corp. on Thursday reported a loss of $13.2 The company says it discovered the bug on
loss, the Tesla CEO cut off two analysts who poked fun at critics. He often posts updates to million in its first quarter. its own and has fixed it.
sought some basic answers: details about the his 21.5 million Twitter followers about his On a per-share basis, the South San
company’s cash needs and orders for its all- companies, retweets posts from happy cus- Francisco-based company said it had a loss of Hercules Tech: 1Q Earnings Snapshot
important Model 3 mass-market electric car. tomers and warns about artificial intelli- 34 cents. Losses, adjusted for non-recurring
gence. PALO ALTO — Hercules Technology
“These questions are so dry. They’re costs and stock option expense, came to 16
A Tesla spokesman wouldn’t comment on cents per share. Growth Capital Inc. on Thursday reported
killing me,” Musk said as he dismissed an
Musk. But the stock slide showed that Wall first-quarter net income of $5.9 million, after
RBC Capital Markets analyst in favor of a The company that makes equipment to
Street’s seemingly endless patience with control fluids posted revenue of $25.2 mil- reporting a loss in the same period a year ear-
blogger who served up queries more to his
Musk — who is also a rocket scientist and lion in the period. lier.
liking.
tunnel company chief — may be growing The Palo Alto-based company said it had
Musk called the analyst questions boring Fluidigm shares have risen slightly more
thin. net income of 7 cents per share. Earnings,
and “not cool.” than 5 percent since the beginning of the
Tesla has fallen far short of Musk’s prom- adjusted for investment costs, came to 31
Shares fell quickly in after-hours trading, year. In the final minutes of trading on
ises to ramp up Model 3 production, which cents per share.
and analysts began writing that Musk Thursday, shares hit $6.21, an increase of 23
the company has said is key to turning a The results surpassed Wall Street expecta-
shouldn’t bite the hands that feed his compa- percent in the last 12 months.
profit. Tesla has more than 450,000 waiting tions. The average estimate of six analysts
ny’s enormous cash needs because soon he
orders, but it can’t monetize them unless the Corvus: 1Q Earnings Snapshot surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was
may need more. By Thursday afternoon, Tesla
cars can be assembled en masse. Without for earnings of 30 cents per share.
stock had lost nearly 6 percent of its value.
additional cash, some analysts have predict- BURLINGAME — Corvus Pharmaceuticals The specialty finance company posted rev-
“While they may be dry in nature, we argue
ed that Musk faces a reckoning if he needs Inc. on Thursday reported a loss of $14.3 enue of $48.7 million in the period, which
such questions are extremely important for a
more money from investors to fund opera- million in its first quarter. missed Street forecasts. Six analysts sur-
highly leveraged and cash-hungry compa-
tions, capital spending and debt payments On a per-share basis, the Burlingame-based veyed by Zacks expected $49.4 million.
ny,” Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas
that are due early next year. company said it had a loss of 63 cents. Hercules Tech shares have decreased 5.5
wrote in a note to investors.
Corvus shares have decreased 9 percent percent since the beginning of the year. In
since the beginning of the year. In the the final minutes of trading on Thursday,
final minutes of trading on Thursday, shares hit $12.40, a decline of 19 percent in
shares hit $9. 42, a drop of nearly 3 per- the last 12 months.
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Rainstorm kills at least Around the world
91, injures over 160 in India rhinos and the rest white rhinos.
LUCKNOW, India — A powerful dust storm Most of the rhinos are in South Africa,
and rain swept parts of north and western though the population has been hit hard by
India overnight, causing house collapses, poachers supplying horns to an illegal
toppling trees and leaving at least 91 people Asian market.
dead and more than 160 injured, officials said
Thursday. Mnuchin: U.S. having ‘good
The devastation was particularly severe
Wednesday night in Agra, the northern
conversations’ in China trade talks
Indian city where the white marble Taj Mahal BEIJING — U.S. Treasury Secretary
is located. Forty-three people died there as Steven Mnuchin sounded a positive note
the wind speed touched 80 miles per hour, Friday about talks between U.S. and Chinese
said Relief Commissioner Sanjay Kumar of officials ahead of a second day of meetings
Uttar Pradesh state. aimed at easing tensions that have taken the
There was no damage to the monument. world’s two largest economies the closest
At least 64 people died and another 67 they’ve ever come to a trade war.
were injured in northern Uttar Pradesh state, “We’re having very good conversations,”
Kumar said. Mnuchin said in a brief comment to
In the western state of Rajasthan, the Press reporters at a Beijing hotel as he and other
Trust of India news agency said 27 others members of the U.S. delegation set off for
died and 100 were injured. Most deaths were more meetings with the Chinese.
caused by house collapses and lightning. Analysts say chances for a breakthrough
REUTERS FILE PHOTO
The rainstorm caught people by surprise appear slim given the two sides’ intensify-
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif at United Nations headquarters in New York. ing rivalry in strategic technologies, where
as the monsoon season is still more than six
China lags behind the U.S.

Iran’s foreign minister: No weeks away.


Uprooted trees flattened mud huts of the
poor, Kumar said. Electrical and telephone
lines were snapped in parts of Uttar Pradesh
state, Kumar said.
The Chinese side has not commented pub-
licly on the specifics of the talk, though a
foreign ministry spokeswoman said the
talks should be made on the basis of mutual

renegotiating nuclear deal


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Zarif adds: “Let me make it absolutely
Chad gets six rhinos nearly
50 years after losing the species
respect and aim for mutually beneficial out-
comes.
It’s normal for the U.S. and China to have
differences on trade, the state-run China
clear once and for all: We will neither out- PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa — Six Daily newspaper said in an editorial Friday.
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran’s foreign minister source our security nor will we renegotiate critically endangered black rhinos are being But the fact they’re ready to “exchange
took to YouTube on Thursday to criticize or add onto a deal we have already imple- transported from South Africa to Chad, blows shows how niggly those differences
President Donald Trump’s threat to with- mented in good faith.” restoring the species to the country in north- have become. And how difficult it will be for
draw from the nuclear deal, saying Iran will There was no immediate response from central Africa nearly half a century after it the two sides to walk away happy.”
not “renegotiate or add onto” the atomic Washington. was wiped out there. An acceptable agreement could be possi-
accord. The 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and African Parks, a Johannesburg-based con- ble “if both sides have realistic expectations
Mohammad Javad Zarif’s video, which world powers saw Tehran limit its enrich- servation group, said Thursday that the rhi- of their give and take,” the paper added.
was also posted to Trump’s favorite social ment of uranium and number of spinning nos will travel by air to Zakouma National Failure “would herald a slugfest of tariffs that
media platform, Twitter, appeared to be tak- centrifuges, as well as hand over its stock- Park, a reserve in Chad that it manages with would leave global trade reeling,” it said.
ing his message to the masses after earlier pile of uranium and reconfigure a heavy- the government. The dispute has deepened as China has
speaking to news outlets across the United water reactor so it couldn’t produce plutoni- The group says the goal is to help the stepped up efforts to overtake western indus-
States to defend the deal. um. In exchange, Iran regained access to the long-term survival of black rhinos and to try leaders in advanced technologies, espe-
It comes as Trump has signaled he will global banking system and could sell its oil restore biodiversity in Chad. It says there are cially for semiconductors, the silicon brains
withdraw from the agreement by May 12 if again on the world market. fewer than 25,000 rhinos in the African required to run smartphones, connected cars,
it is not renegotiated and changed. Those Airplane manufacturers, carmakers and wild, of which about 20 percent are black cloud computing and artificial intelligence.
changes have included proposals to limit others have rushed into Iran after the
Iran’s ballistic missile program, which accord. However, some Western firms have
Tehran says it has as a defensive deterrent. grown increasingly reluctant to enter the
The five-minute video shows Zarif behind market, in part over Trump’s constant criti-
his desk, delivering his message on the cism on the campaign trail and from the
deal. He offers background first about the White House on the deal.
deal before laying into Trump and criticiz- While directly criticizing the U.S. and
ing Europe for offering “the United States Europe, Zarif did appear to leave some wig-
more concessions from our pocket.” gle room for possible negotiations, how-
“On 11 occasions since, the U.N. nuclear ever.
watchdog has confirmed that Iran has “It is Iran, and not the West, that has seri-
implemented all of its obligations,” Zarif, ous grievances and much to demand,” Zarif
who studied in the U.S., says in American- says.
accented English. “In contrast, the U.S. has That comes as Iran’s hard-line
consistently violated the agreement, espe- Revolutionary Guard continues to detain a
cially by bullying others from doing busi- number of dual nationals, Western citizens
ness with Iran.” and others.
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traveling upstream to the cold waters of

SALMON
Continued from page 1
their natural habitats. The fish are also
monitored and fed during the five-day accli-
mation period.
“I’m proud to be part of the process, it’s a
big deal, a way to give back a little,” said
dumped into a floating net pen off Johnson Capt. Duane Winter, who has contributed to
Pier in Half Moon Bay. The 4-inch-long the program since its inception. Winter has
salmon will be monitored for several days been fishing in the area since 1980, and is
as they acclimate to salt water before the owner of Mooch Better, which offers
they’re released into the open ocean. fishing and whale-watching trips. Each
Additional truckloads will arrive in Half year, his yacht relies on all of its two
Moon Bay in the coming weeks, sending a 1,200-rpm motors to tow the giant net pen
total of 740,000 salmon into the wild this of baby salmon off the coast before they’re
year. set free.
A “normal” salmon fishing season is hard Layers of strong net, which took nearly
to define these days, but a full season for 40 volunteers to assemble, protect the fish
commercial typically spans May through from predators, including birds and sea
September, with recreational fishing open lions, one of which stalked the net pen for
from April to November along much of the hours after the salmon were delivered
California coast. Wednesday. The same net has been used
This year, the commercial salmon season since the project began, and not one sea
will only last from May 1-7 and from June lion has made it through so far, despite their
19-30 between Pigeon Point and the best efforts.
Mexican border, while waters between
This year’s salmon will strengthen 2020-
Pigeon Point and Horse Mountain, which ZACHARY CLARK/DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
2021 returns as the fish take two to three
includes the San Francisco Bay, will be Almost every one of the baby salmon survived after they were trucked over from Lodi and years to grow to full size and 4 percent of
open from late July through September. dumped into the floating net pen, though many jump out of the water, flop about and dis- this year’s hatched salmon will be harvest-
Recreational fishing from Point Arena to play other antics as they acclimate to the saltwater. ed by then. Each fish is tagged with a loca-
Pigeon Point normally begins the first
major threats to salmon populations. And Half Moon Bay since it began seven years tor device, and they’re caught up and down
Saturday of April, but has been pushed back
while he said the hope is to see robust repro- ago. The volunteer-run organization of the coast and as far north as Alaska. More
to June 17 and will close Oct. 31. Pigeon
duction and survival of naturally spawned mostly avid fisherman has been lobbying than 100,000 will find their way back to the
Point to the Mexican border is open from
salmon, hatchery programs like the one he for more and more fish, and it appears its river from where they came, or in some
April 7 to July 7.
founded offer support in the short term. wish has been granted as next year’s haul is cases off the Half Moon Bay coast where
The news is also expected to bring high
“What we’re doing is a remedy in the short expected to total 960,000. they were trucked in.
prices for restaurants and diners.
run, it doesn’t solve inland problems,” he The survival rate of salmon reared in this Salmon have an incredible ability to
Limited seasons are of course a response
said. “If we ever do get to a point where program and the rate at which they’re caught return to their place of birth, thanks in part
to dwindling salmon populations, the caus-
water projects are operated for the benefit of is much higher than any other hatchery-bred to an incredibly acute sense of smell.
es for which are varied. Many point to over-
salmon and not farmers, we won’t need a salmon, according to a press release. The program, along with numerous other
fishing and California’s five-year drought.
project like this, but I don’t see that on the The program eliminates the dangers fishing-related events offered by Coastside
“It’s facile to say it’s the drought,” said
horizon. I think projects like this will be — including massive water pumps and pred- Fishing Club is funded by San Mateo
Marc Gorelnik, chair of the Coastside
necessary in order for the salmon popula- ators — that baby salmon face on their jour- County grants and private donations.
Fishing Club and founder of its net pen pro-
tion to survive.” ney down the Delta. Gorelnik added that
gram.
Coastside Fishing Club’s net pen pro- damming brings low water levels and clear “Waterfalls” of baby salmon can also be
Gorelnik emphasized California water
gram has released more than 3 million water, which means a major advantage for seen 11 a.m. May 9 and May 16 off Johnson
policies and the prevalence of dams as
salmon from hatcheries into the ocean off predators, and dams prevent salmon from Pier in Half Moon Bay.

demolished and replaced with new struc- In response to a question from Hastedt and limit or daylight plane standard, which

ZONING
Continued from page 1
tures, Hastedt said she and others with sin-
gle-story homes harbored concerns the pro-
posed amendments would produce taller
several other residents about how neigh-
bors could express concerns about new proj-
ects going up next to them, Community
measures a new project’s effect on a neigh-
boring property’s access to light and air.
He said that by affording homeowners
designs with more second-floor space as Development Director Al Savay said the greater flexibility in the placement of the
homeowners maximize the space they can Residential Design Review Committee, “main body” of their homes, neighbors of
aired with city officials at a Wednesday com- create under the new rules. which holds public meetings for new sin- new projects could end up with a new struc-
munity meeting. “I like my house the way it is, and I don’t gle-family homes and additions more than ture right next to them.
Aimed at addressing concerns about the want to go up, I don’t want to compete,” she 2,500 square feet, provides one avenue for In response to residents concerned the
size and scale of new home projects in San said, adding she worried with the proposed neighbors to offer comments. Though the new rules would not adequately curb over-
Carlos neighborhoods, the proposed changes’ goal to concentrate the mass of a city sends notices about the meetings to sized home project and asking how they
changes to the city’s zoning code came after structure on a given lot would force home- neighbors within 150 feet of eligible proj- would be tested before they are put in place,
months of meetings between city planners, owners to use taller designs. “How do we ects, Savay said officials are considering Pellegrini noted the full effects of the zon-
architects and residents in an effort to shape deal with that, for those of us who have expanding the radius to 300 feet to ensure ing amendments could not be assessed until
new standards. existing homes and we just want our priva- those interested can attend. In addition, they are put in place. He also acknowledged
In proposing a new set of standards defin- cy.” Savay said the city is considering hiring a less predictable factors — such as the eco-
ing a “main body” size and maximum Stefan Pellegrini, a principal at Opticos professional architect to serve on the nomic conditions and their effect on the real
“wing” dimensions for new residential proj- Design, a firm the city contracted to assist review committee. estate market — also play a role in how the
ects and limiting the size of garages depend- with the process, acknowledged the com- San Carlos architect John Stewart shared changes could play out, as they may have
ing on their placement toward the front, plexity of balancing the many factors some of the concerns voiced by residents just after the zoning amendments imple-
middle and rear of the lot, among other homeowners consider — including the size with irregularly shaped or sloped hillside mented in the city in 2011.
requirements, officials hoped the changes and shape of their lots as well as project lots, who weren’t clear on how the proposed “You never can predict at 100 percent
would result in structures covering a smaller costs — in the proposed changes. He added standards would apply to their situations. accuracy all of the impacts that the changes
portion of residential lots, prevent the cre- officials have been exploring the possibili- Having worked on several home projects in in zoning will have until they start to be
ation of two-story structures highly visible ty of incentivizing single-story additions San Carlos for more than 30 years, Stewart used,” he said. “You need to be willing as a
to their neighbors and give homeowners by allowing them to bypass review by the said homeowners may find the recommenda- community to use some analysis to answer
greater flexibility in the design of their city’s Residential Design Review tions limiting when it comes to designing some questions up front but then reconsider
home projects. Committee. new homes or expansions as they attempt once you’ve had a chance to put those in
Brittan Acres resident Jayne Hastedt was “It’s a tough nut to crack because answer- to fit within form-based standards. practice.”
among the dozens of other residents who ing the question ‘how much square footage “The worst thing for an architect and an Though she acknowledged the planning
filled the second-floor room of the San do you need before you’ll go to two stories’ owner is to design something that goes to efforts to make the residential zoning rules
Carlos Library Wednesday to learn more that’s a really tough answer to pursue,” he the design review and then everybody more accommodating for homeowners, resi-
about the changes. Having lived on a street said. shoots it down,” he said. dent Sara Timby empathized with those
where recently purchased homes have been St ewart expressing frustration at the meeting,
said he would adding she wasn’t convinced they were suf-
prefer the ficient to ensure smaller homes are built and
reco mmen - include neighbors in the process.
da t i o n s “It’s not going to ensure that the neigh-
include a bors are asked,” she said. “There needs to be
floor area some kind of definite restrictions.”
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of NBA playoffs to go for 40 points, 14 assists
Monday • May 4, 2018

Warriors’ shooters deal with


off-nights in different ways
By Janie McCauley
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Warriors vs. Pelicans, Friday, 5 p.m.
Inside from a poor 3-point sharpshooter could use
OAKLAND — When Stephen perform- work on any given day. It comes
Curry’s shot needs a little some- ance. in especially handy when the
thing, he dives into “The Menu.” For Curry, shots aren’t falling, though Curry
Warriors teammate Klay there is no certainly found his touch fast in
Thompson might put up a few actual list or returning from nearly six weeks
extra shots after an off night. If book for on the sidelines with a knee injury
Kevin Durant is trying to redis- McCaw cleared for “The Menu.” to score 28 points in a Game 2 win
limited on-court work
cover his rhythm, he does some The two- against New Orleans on Tuesday
studying that usually means See Page 15
time MVP night. Golden State leads the
watching his made shots. and his series 2-0 going into Friday.
Golden State boasts some of the right-hand shooting man, Bruce Maybe Curry needs more catch KYLE TERADA/USA TODAY SPORTS
world’s best shooters and each has Fraser, keep all the details in their Klay Thompson shoots against Pelicans forward Nikola Mirotic during
his own way of bouncing back heads for what the record-breaking See DUBS, Page 15 Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals Tuesday at Oracle Arena.

Statement title win


By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

In pursuit of their fifth regular-


season league champion, the
Sacred Heart Prep Gators saw the
door open Wednesday for an out-
right title.
Thursday, in their regular-sea-
son finale, the Gators delivered.
Big time.
JOE NICHOLSON/USA TODAY SPORTS
SHP opened with 17 straight
goals — a new season-best — to
Ichiro Suzuki was removed from the
rally for an 18-1 victory at Serra,
Mariners’ roster Thursday as he will
claiming the West Catholic
transition to a front-office role.
Athletic League regular-season
title outright. Entering the week,
the Gators were tied with rival
Menlo School atop the WCAL
End of the
standings, but that changed
Wednesday when Menlo fell 12-6
to St. Ignatius.
The Gators have now won five
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
Above: SHP’s Tommy Barnds, right, and Teddy Vought celebrate
after an early goal in the Gators’18-1 win to clinch the regular-season
WCAL championship Thursday at Serra. Left: SHP goalie Cody Wiebe
Ichiro era?
By Tim Booth
straight titles in three different makes a save early in the second quarter. Below: SHP freshman Billy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
league. They started the streak in Barnds scoops a groundball and goes on the attack in the first half.
the Santa Clara Valley Athletic SEATTLE — Roughly three hours
League with championships in before Thursday night’s first pitch,
2014 and ’15, then moved to the Ichiro Suzuki jogged to join his
Peninsula Athletic League to win Seattle Mariners teammates in the
two more in ’16 and ’17. This is outfield, fully in uniform, black
SHP’s first season in the WCAL. mitt in hand, prepping for another
“We’re really excited,” SHP head pregame routine of catching fly
coach Chris Rotelli said. “This is balls and hitting in the cage.
what we wanted to do. So, the way Except there was no game for the
it shakes out, you get to win the 44-year-old Suzuki to get ready
regular season then you go win the for. He wouldn’t be in the lineup
tournament championship. We on this night, or again in the 2018
always feel like the tournament season. And maybe his career.
one means a little more because “The past two months have been
that’s the last game you get to the happiest I’ve been,” Suzuki
play. And we want to win our last said through an interpreter. “I
game. … So, it’s going to be a knew one day that the day would
competitive end of the season.” come when I would have to walk
One of the biggest storylines away. But the Mariners have given
me this opportunity to stay on.
See SHP, Page 18 Obviously, with my teammates
and how great they’ve been and
how much they mean to me and

More troubles for Washington State athletics how much I want to help is the rea-
son I wanted to stay on and help in
any way I can.”
By Nicholas K. Geranios “The environment within State football games to ensure reg- “All aspects of the organization Suzuki’s career transitioned
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Athletics ... did not support a cul- ulations were being followed. But structure of WSU Athletics are Thursday when the Mariners
ture of compliance or fiscal respon- it expanded as problems were dis- being evaluated and will be announced he was shifting into a
SPOKANE, Wash. — An internal sibility,” according to the audit, covered with contract manage- restructured as appropriate by the front office role as a special assis-
audit has found extensive misman- which was completed in mid-April. ment, ethics training, attendance new Director of Athletics,” the tant to the chairman. The job isn’t
agement within the budget-chal- The document comes as leaders data, benefits for athletic depart- university said in its management sitting behind a desk but rather
lenged Washington State athletic of the school grapple with a $67 ment employees and other issues. response to the audit. “A new cul- more of what Suzuki has done
department, including the possi- million athletic budget deficit The school responded to the ture and work climate are already every day of his 18 seasons in the
ble inflation of home football built up over recent years. audit by saying changes were com- being implemented.” majors. He’ll still be in the club-
attendance figures and the improp- The audit was initially intended ing because of the hiring of a new Pat Chun was hired by school house. He’ll still go through
er distribution of free tickets to to examine the distribution of athletic director and other top
football games. tickets and passes to Washington administrators. See AUDIT, Page 18 See ICHIRO, Page 14
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THURSDAY Cap remains tied Burlingame for


Local sports roundup fifth place in the PAL Bay stand-
ings, with Menlo in seventh one
Boys’ volleyball Bearcats (4-8 PAL Ocean, 10-14 three-hit shutout to help keep her WEDNESDAY game back of the spot for the final
overall), and senior Jacob Selph team in fourth place in the PAL Bay
Menlo-Atherton 3, San Mateo 0 added a double and two RBIs. Division race. Giuliana Selvitella guaranteed bid to CCS.
Menlo-Atherton finished off its Roberto Solis and Ryan De La was 2 for 3 with an RBI and a run Baseball
perfect run through the 2018 regu- Fuente totaled three hits apiece for scored to pace the Bearcats (7-6 PAL Menlo 6, Capuchino 2 Softball
lar season, capping its 28-0 over- the Warriors (1-11, 1-14). Bay, 9-8 overall). Menlo (3-7 PAL Bay, 7-13 over- St. Francis 4, San Mateo1
all record with a 25-7, 25-15, 25- all) stayed alive on the cusp of the St. Francis throttled to four runs in
12 sweep over San Mateo. The Half Moon Bay 2, El Camino 0 NDB 17, Mercy-Burlingame 8 five automatic CCS qualifiers from the first inning and never looked
Bearcats were paced by five kills Dawson Campbell and Casildo NDB (10-1 WBAL Foothill, 15-6 the PAL Bay Division, rallying for back in a non-league win over San
and six digs from Jason Wu. Guevara each tabbed ground-rule overall) scored in every inning, four runs in the third to take down Mateo. The Bearcats threatened by
RBI doubles for the game’s only totaling 17 runs on 19 hits. Capuchino (4-6, 9-14). Luca twice loading the bases but had just
Baseball runs in a pitching duel at El Camino Sophomore Noosha Steward Espinosa and Kevin Alarcon tabbed one run to show for it with Kylie
San Mateo 5, South City 4 (2-9 PAL Ocean, 5-13 overall). Alex enjoyed a big day, going 5 for 6 two RBIs apiece for the Knights. Galea executing an RBI bunt single to
Dane Anderson broke a 4-4 tie Smith fired a five-hit shutout to with three RBIs and four runs Sophomore Julien Hernandez earned score Izzy Borges. Galea and fresh-
with an RBI single in the sixth to earn the win for the third-place scored. Kelly Nolte added three hits, the win, striking out two through man Giuliana Selvitella totaled two
help junior left-hander Jack Cougars (8-4, 17-8). while sophomore Ashleigh Dean four innings. Charlie Gielser closed hits apiece for San Mateo. St. Francis
Warren to his fifth win of the sea- was 2 for 4 with five RBIs for the it out for the save. Cap out-hit pitcher Jordan Schuring allowed just
son against South City in San Softball Tigers. Sophomore Jordan Larratt Menlo 9-8 with Max Stines and one run on seven hits while striking
Mateo. Jack Mihalek was 2 for 3 San Mateo 2, Woodside 0 was 2 for 4 with two RBIs for Mercy Adrian Colmenares totaling two out five to earn the complete game for
with a double and two RBIs for the Bearcats starter Sage Hager fired a (6-5, 11-8-1). knocks apiece for the Mustangs. her 18th victory of the year.

ment was not a word used to the team he played for from 2001 to
Mariners 4, A’s 1
ICHIRO describe the transaction. Suzuki is
not closing the door to future
2012. Suzuki was signed after
Seattle learned Ben Gamel would
A’s can’t contain M’s leadoff man Continued from page 13
opportunities and neither are the
Mariners. Suzuki joked that when
he starts using a cane, that’s when
miss the first few weeks of the regu-
lar season and the reunion was a
feel-good story of the former star
By Doug Miller and a 4-0 lead.
Wade LeBlanc he knows it’s time to retire. returning to where his career in the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS pregame workouts and preparations
pitch four Perhaps the most obvious oppor- majors started.
and take part in batting practice.
SEATTLE — Dee Gordon had innings of tunity on the horizon for Suzuki is Suzuki hit .205 in 44 at-bats and
When the game begins, Suzuki the opening of the 2019 season, all nine of his hits this season were
“Thanks 51” on his cap, and in his three-hit ball in will be required to leave the bench
first at-bat hours after the his first start when Seattle is scheduled to face singles. While Suzuki struggled at
and will take his spot in the club- Oakland for two games in Japan. the plate, he did have a few defen-
Mariners announced Ichiro since transi- house. He’s a player-coach, except
Suzuki’s move from the roster to tioning from “We don’t suspect this closes the sive gems, including robbing
without the player part for the rest book on Ichiro’s career as a player, Cleveland’s Jose Ramirez of a
the front office, he held his bat out the bullpen fol- of the 2018 season. and potentially a player with the homer on the opening weekend of
in front of him and paused, just Sean Manaea lowing Erasmo Manager Scott Servais said Mariners,” general manager Jerry the season and reminding everyone
like the Seattle franchise icon. Rami rez’s Suzuki’s role will morph over time,
Then, as Suzuki had done for so injury. Chasen Bradford (3-0) fol- Dipoto said. of his greatness as an all-around
but he expects Suzuki to have a Suzuki had appeared in 15 games player.
many years at Safeco Field, the lowed by allowing a run over 2 1/3 hand in helping with outfield
Mariners’ new leadoff man legged out innings on a homer by Stephen this year for the Mariners. He start- Seattle’s staff and players have
defense, base running and hitting. ed Wednesday night and went 0-for- raved about Suzuki’s presence in the
an infield single, stole a base, and Piscotty. “I just want it to be kind of organ-
scored the first Seattle run in a 4-1 James Pazos, Juan Nicasio and 3 with a walk and a run scored. clubhouse.
ic, it grows, see where it fits in the Only a handful of people knew “He’s kind of like the Dalai Lama
victory over the A’s Thursday night. Edwin Diaz took care of the rest. best,” Servais said. “I am looking
It was a fitting tribute to the Diaz handled the ninth for his Wednesday was the final game of in the clubhouse,” Dipoto said.
forward to just kind of sitting down the 2018 season for Suzuki. “You see it on the flights. He’ll sit
longtime Japanese star. Gordon major league-leading 13th save. with him in a different type of rela-
went 3 for 4, stole two bases, Manaea (4-3), who came into the Conversations started a few weeks down in his chair and immediately
tionship now that he’s not on an ago about what Suzuki’s role would Dee Gordon is sitting next to him
scored twice and set the table for game with a 1.03 ERA and the low- active roster and asking him ques- be after the Mariners returned to full and Mitch Haniger is turning side-
the three-run third inning punctuat- est opponents’ batting average tions and gaining some of his expe- health in their outfield and the final ways and he’s across the row. The
ed by Nelson Cruz’s two-run homer (.134) in the majors, gave up four
off emerging A’s ace Sean Manaea, riences and hopefully it helps me plan was presented to Suzuki on guy in front of him is leaning back
runs and six hits while striking out and helps the ball club out.”
who threw this season’s only no- five in six innings. Monday. in his seat. It’s almost like they’re
hitter April 21 against Boston. Suzuki was released by the It’s a unique circumstance for a Suzuki was nearly the hero, bare- all waiting for him to opine from
Gordon opened the first with the Mariners and is shifting into a unique player. ly missing a hit in the ninth inning the mountain top.”
infield hit and stolen base, Jean front office role with the team, “During the game I will be doing of Seattle’s 3-2 loss that sliced a Suzuki earned the 2001 AL
Segura sacrificed Gordon to third, although he is not completely the same preparations I’ve been few feet foul with the tying run at Rookie of the Year and MVP with
and Robinson Cano singled him shutting the door on playing doing the entire time. Nothing is second base. Instead, his final at- the Mariners and won a pair of AL
in to give the Mariners a 1-0 lead. again. going to change for me that I did as bat of 2018 was a strikeout. batting titles. He was traded to the
Gordon did more damage in the The Mariners announced that a player,” Suzuki said. “But I can’t “Now I don’t feel as bad about Yankees midway through 2012,
third when he led off with a double. Suzuki was becoming a special say for certain that maybe I won’t walking Ichiro last night,” tweeted played parts of three seasons with
Segura and Cano then repeated the assistant to the chairman, effec- put on a beard and glasses and be Oakland A’s lefty Brett Anderson , New York, then spent three seasons
sequence from the first inning, tive immediately. The team said like Bobby Valentine and be in the who started Wednesday’s game and with Miami.
with Segura bunting and Cano sin- Suzuki will have an active pres- dugout.” walked Suzuki in the third inning. The 10-time All-Star has a .311
gling. Cruz followed with a shot ence with the team and assist with Officially, the Mariners released After almost six years away, average and 3,089 hits, not includ-
over the right-center field wall for outfield play, baserunning and hit- Suzuki to clear a spot on the 40- Suzuki returned this spring to help ing the 1,278 hits he amassed in
his seventh home run of the year ting. man and 25-man rosters. But retire- patch an injury-depleted outfield on nine seasons in Japan.

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NBA playoffs
Celtics 108, 76ers 103
LeBron makes history; Cavs go up 2-0
By Ian Harrison going to have a special night.” “He got it going and he was feel-
BOSTON — Rookie Jayson James had 43 points and 14 ing it,” Cavs coach Tyronn Lue
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Tatum scored 21 points and hit a assists, Love added 31 points and said.
pair of free throws in the closing
TORONTO — Watching LeBron 11 rebounds, and the Cleveland James, meanwhile, gave credit
second, and Boston rallied from a
James at shootaround, Kevin Love Cavaliers beat the Toronto to Love, who shot 11 for 21 and
22-point deficit to beat
knew something special was in Raptors 128-110 on Thursday to missed matching his career play-
Philadelphia and take a 2-0 lead in
the Eastern Conference semifinals. store. take a 2-0 lead in their second- off high by one point.
Terry Rozier added 20 points, Maybe not the fadeaway jumpers round playoff series. “It was great to see that perform-
nine assists and seven rebounds. James kept making, each seem- James delivered the first 40- ance out of him, ” James said.
Marcus Smart finished with 19 ingly with a higher degree of diffi- point, 14-assist game in NBA “He’s our All-Star power forward.
points and five rebounds as the culty than the last, but he was sure playoff history, according to the That’s a huge game for him.”
Celtics improved to 6-0 at TD there would be something. Elias Sports Bureau. J.R. Smith scored 15 points, Jeff
Garden this postseason. They have “This morning you could just He added eight rebounds, narrowly Green had 14 and George Hill 13 as
never blown a 2-0 lead. sense it,” Love said. “He knew missing his second straight triple- the Cavaliers posted their eighth
J.J. Redick had 23 points for the what was at stake, he knew us get- double, and connected on 19 of 28 consecutive postseason victory over
76ers, making five 3-pointers. JOHN E. SOKOLOWSKI/USA TODAY ting another win here was going attempts in a performance so domi- the Raptors and halted Toronto’s
Robert Covington added 22 points LeBron James became the first to be huge for us. He came out and nant that the beleaguered Raptors’ four-game winning streak in Game
and nine rebounds. Joel Embiid fin- player in NBA playoff history to he played that way from the jump. city was being called “LeBronto” by 2s. The Raptors entered 6-1 all-time
ished with 20 points, 14 rebounds. score over 40 points with 14 assists. You could just sense that he was the time the night was over. when playing Game 2 at home.

shooting contests from all over the

DUBS McCaw cleared for limited on-court work court . They regularly take 10 shots
from different spots, keeping track
of who hits more. They’re usually
Continued from page 13 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS only that doc- evaluation on Thursday. The very close.
tors will re- Warriors say McCaw “is making “It’s a feel thing. You monitor
and shoots one day. Or off-the-drib- NEW ORLEANS — Golden evaluate him steady functional progress” in your fatigue level because during the
ble work. Sometimes, it’s ballhan- State Warriors reserve guard again in four his rehabilitation, which has season, 82 games, there’s gaps in
dling into his shot. Perhaps a look Patrick McCaw has been cleared weeks. included supervised strength and the schedule where you can go a lit-
at balance, rhythm and core, or just for limited on-court activities as The club conditioning work. tle harder,” Curry said. “Back-to-
focusing on spot shooting from he tries to come back from a says McCaw McCaw has averaged four backs obviously you can’t. Me and
various places. spinal bruise that has sidelined was given the points in 57 games this season. Q come up with, we call it ‘The
him since March 31. go-ahead to Golden State holds a 2-0 series Menu.’ I walk over, open up the fake
“We collaborate. It’s like going
The Warriors are not providing perform modi- lead in its second-round playoff menu, read down the list and see
to dinner with your wife, maybe. Patrick McCaw fied shooting
a specific timeline for McCaw’s series with New Orleans. Game 3 what type of workout we need. He
Maybe some people’s wives tell
return to game action, saying and running drills after a medical is Friday night. usually tries to come up with on a
them what they want,” said Fraser, a
Warriors player development coach. scale from 1 to 10 like a 2, a 4, a 6,
“Different restaurant, different The belief Thompson has in his Webber believes coach Steve years you get it. You start to under- 8-type of workout. We go that way.
menu. We have a lot of things to shooting ability is unwavering and Kerr’s offensive system allows stand, ‘OK, maybe I feel a little tired There’s never really a set kind of
pull from and it’s usually based one he ignores any critics when it players to keep shooting and break so I’m going to go walk Rocco regiment to it.
day, need. What does Steph need comes to his shot, considering they out of ruts. (Thompson’s bulldog) today instead “I have certain drills I like and I
that day? ... The Menu has all sorts aren’t “in the gym with me shoot- “Knowing where you’re going to down at the park and enjoy some know help me in certain different
of creative pieces in it that get the ing every day.” get your shots, how you’re going to sunshine. Or go play golf or some- facets of the game. But beyond that
workout you want. Sometimes we’ll “I will never doubt myself when it get your shots, and you have the thing. Or there’s a mechanical flaw it’s kind of unpredictable and I like
piece things together and go a la comes to shooting. I put too much freedom,” Webber said, “but it’s all and it’s almost like a golfer, you go it because you don’t really know
carte, sometimes we’ll make it a effort into it,” he said, adding, “I because of how hard and how many to the range and you go, ‘I’ve got to what to expect on every single day.”
simple meal. I’m kind of having fun know what it takes.” shots they take and put in the work find it.’ It comes down to a specific rou-
with it.” In a Game 4 loss to San Antonio when no one’s looking.” “But as a player you figure it out tine, and each shooter has his own.
On the opposite end of the defend- in the Warriors’ first-round series, After that Game 4 against the and the more years you’ve played in For Curry, he is usually 99 percent
ing champions’ practice floor, Thompson finished 4 for 16 and Spurs, Thompson took a heavy the league the easier it is to tell what in charge and Fraser said he offers
Thompson’s shooting plan might scored 12 points. He was 42 of 71 shooting day. the right approach is.” about 1 percent input.
be nearly as precise as he works — 59.2 percent — over the other “Probably a couple hundred, noth- After an off-night, Durant mental- “There’s reason to it all,” Fraser
back from a bad night — he went 4 four games against the Spurs. ing serious,” he said matter-of-fact- ly goes back through each posses- said. “It depends on how he’s miss-
for 20 and 2 of 11 on 3s Tuesday. “They make up for the bad shoot- ly. sion and studies his shots — “main- ing, if he’s missing. And Steph
Thompson will usually put up a few ing nights on the days before the Kerr, a talented 3-point shooter in ly my makes.” doesn’t miss too much. It’s not just
extra shots after a poor perform- bad shooting nights. They can’t get his own right, considers the psy- Curry constantly changes his based on, ‘Oh, you’re missing.’ Are
ance. Depending largely on how he out of it by going into the gym and chological component to the workload and regimen. Durant you missing because you’re off bal-
feels physically, he might take as just shooting,” said Chris Webber, a process as well. notes, “it takes a lot to shoot a bas- ance? Are you missing because
few as 50 shots, or well more than TNT analyst who played 15 NBA “Sometimes the best thing to do ketball ... there’s a lot you’ve got to you’re not getting your body into
200. seasons. “They’re great shooters if you have a bad game is to not think about in a couple of seconds.” it? Why are you missing? ...
Either way, it typically doesn’t and all the thousands of shots shoot,” he said. “And you have to After most practices starting dur- They’re all human so they’re going
take Thompson long to feel right they’ve been taking since college is feel that, and as a player once ing last year’s title run, Curry and to miss.”
again. what makes them bounce back.” you’ve been in the league a few Durant engage in good-natured Then, it’s back to “The Menu.”
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Pens, Preds each draw even in series
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to suspend Wilson for three games.
While Sullivan downplayed the impact of
PITTSBURGH — Mike Sullivan knows Wilson’s absence, the pushing and shoving
his team is “wired” for offense, as tends to was largely kept to a minimum save for a
happen when you have Sidney Crosby, scrap between Pittsburgh’s Kris Letang and
Evgeni Malkin and — increasingly — Jake Washington’s T.J. Oshie as Guentzel skated
Guentzel on your roster. down the ice to flip in an empty-net goal
Yet the Pittsburgh Penguins have proven with 58 seconds to go.
during their two-year run For the Penguins, the stakes — as they so
atop the NHL they know often have during Sullivan’s tenure — far
what they’re doing at the outweighed any search for retribution.
other end of the ice, too, “We understood it’s a huge game for us,”
playing with a discipline Malkin said.
that’s more grit than Instead the teams head to Washington for
glamour. Game 5 on Saturday night all tied up, the
Their hopes for a his- ninth time in 11 postseason meetings the
toric three-peat remain series will go at least six games. Same as it STAN SZETO/USA TODAY SPORTS
Jake Guentzel alive because of it. ever was. Sharks defenseman Brenden Dillon, left, and Vegas wing Pierre-Edouard Bellemare confront
Guentzel scored twice each other in Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinals Wednesday at SAP Center.
and the Penguins held Washington star Alex Preds rebound with 2-1 win vs. Jets
Ovechkin without a shot on goal for just the
third time in 107 career playoff games to
grind out a 3-1 victory in Game 4 on
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Pekka Rinne
made 32 saves, P. K. Subban and Ryan
Hartman scored and the Nashville Predators
A Sharks-Knights series
with personality aplenty
Thursday night to even their typically taut
held off a late charge by the Winnipeg Jets
Eastern Conference semifinal.
to win 2-1 on Thursday night and even their
Pittsburgh held Washington to three
second-round series through four games.
shots total in the third period. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS lot of things. We came
“It’s like we played Game 7 tonight,” said Patrik Laine scored off a faceoff in the
final minute, but Nashville’s Nick Bonino out flat in that game. I
Malkin, who scored from his belly late in Vegas and San Jose each have a home think we’ve done a good
the second period to put Pittsburgh in front won two key faceoffs after that to end it.
Game 5 will be Saturday in Nashville, shutout and a road overtime win through job of reeling it in and
to stay. “Unbelievable.” four games of their second-round series. playing the way we can
Well. Not exactly. with Game 6 set for Winnipeg on Monday.
Game 7, if necessary, would be in Nashville Now it has become a best-of-three for a spot play. That was a game we
This is what tends to happen when the in the Western Conference Final starting just threw in the garbage
two longtime rivals meet in the postsea- next Thursday.
Connor Hellebuyck stopped 27 shots, but with Game 5 Friday in Las Vegas at 7 p.m. and turned the page.”
son. Washington edges ahead and the The Sharks have turned things around com- Now the Golden
Penguins respond immediately, one of the Nashville snapped Winnipeg’s 13-game
home winning streak, which dated to March 2. pletely from Game 1, when they were con- Eric Fehr Knights will try to do the
main reasons Pittsburgh is 9-1 all-time stantly a step behind the speedier Golden same after getting thor-
against the Capitals in the playoffs. Rinne allowed five goals amid a series of
Knights in a 7-0 loss. oughly outplayed in a 4-0 loss in Game 4.
Plenty of work remains to be done for defensive miscues in a 7-4 Game 3 defeat.
San Jose has done a much better job lim- “It’s a good series, there’s no easy night,”
Washington to shrug off the weight of its He rebounded impressively behind a team
iting Vegas’ chances since then. goalie Marc-Andre Fleury said. “Nobody
ignominious history and for the Penguins that was much sharper in its own end.
“That 7-0 game was not really us out thought it was going to be an easy series either.
to push their bid for a three-peat to the next The Jets found far less space in the neutral
there,” forward Eric Fehr said. “We changed a We’re in good shape, 2-2, going home.”
round. Yet Pittsburgh laid down the blue- zone, but also saw a couple of golden
print over three periods that were decidedly opportunities bounce over their sticks.
tamer than the Game 3 chaos caused in large The Predators led 1-0 after the first period
part by Washington forward Tom Wilson’s and stretched their lead with 5:24 left in the
illegal high hit that left rookie Zach Aston- second when Subban blasted a one-timer on
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house early on as Serra didn’t take

THURSDAY
Baseball
WHAT’S ON TAP NATIONAL LEAGUE
Thursday’s Games
Washington 3, Pittsburgh 1
SHP the ball past midfield until the
Gators were already up 4-0.
Wiebe was on point when he got
Aragon at Woodside, Menlo-Atherton at King's Atlanta 11, N.Y. Mets 0 Continued from page 13 tested though, showing the chops
Academy, South City at San Mateo, Half Moon Bay
at El Camino, Westmoor at Mills, Harker at Crystal L.A. Dodgers 5, Arizona 2 that were prevalent in last week’s
Springs, 4 p.m. Friday’s Games showdown with St. Ignatius.
for the Gators this season was
Phils (Pivetta 1-1) at Nats (Gonzalez 3-2), 4:05 p.m. Despite the 7-6 final in that one, it
Softball Rox (Marquez 1-3) at NYM (Wheeler 2-1), 4:10 p.m. their navigating the WCAL with-
Capuchino at Sequoia, Aragon at Carlmont,Wood- was quite a shootout that saw
Miami (Chen 1-0) at Reds (Romano 1-3), 4:10 p.m. out their star player, Jack
side at San Mateo, 4 p.m.; Burlingame at Half Moon Wiebe and S.I. goalie Mac Gates
Bay, 6 p.m. SF (Stratton 2-2) at Atl. (Foltynewicz 2-1), 4:35 p.m. Crockett, who hasn’t played since
— who once upon a time played on
Bucs (Kingham 1-0) at Brews (Guerra 2-1), 5:10 p.m. March 17 due to a back injury. The TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
Boys' swimming Cubs (Quintana 3-1) at St. L (Mikolas 3-0), 5:15 p.m. SHP coach Chris Rotelli applauds his the same little league lacrosse
team’s leading scorer for the previ-
PAL Bay Division trials at Burlingame, 3:30 p.m. L.A. (Maeda 2-2) vs. S.D. (Lucchesi 3-1)
team’s effort Thursday in an 18-1 win team — put on a show.
PAL Ocean Division trials at Oceana, 3:30 p.m. at Monterrey, 6:10 p.m.
ous three years, his absence was
WCAL trials at Bellarmine, 3 p.m. felt especially last week, when the at Serra to clinch the WCAL title. “Both goalies … had over 15
Houston (Cole 2-1) at DBacks (Medlen 0-0), 6:40 p.m. saves each,” Rotelli said. “That
Saturday’s Games Gators themselves lost a 7-6 straight goals against Serra, with
Boys' volleyball
Chicago Cubs at St. Louis, 11:15 a.m. thriller to St. Ignatius. the Padres getting on the board to was a game where there was a lot of
WCAL championship match, TBD, 6 p.m.
Philadelphia at Washington, 1:05 p.m. Many of SHP’s players were in start the fourth quarter on a score offense, but the goalies just
FRIDAY Colorado at N.Y. Mets, 4:10 p.m. attendance for the S. I. -Menlo from junior Brendan Callagy. played out of their minds. … It was
Boys’ tennis L.A. Dodgers vs. San Diego at Monterrey, 4:10 p.m.
showdown Wednesday, which “We just came out firing, got just two evenly matched teams
CCS team tourmament
Second round, 3 p.m.
Miami at Cincinnati, 4:10 p.m.
helped to motivate and to propel some good shots and possessed playing a tough game. That was
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, 4:10 p.m. just a great game.”
Hillsdale/Crystal Springs winner vs No. 5 Menlo- the Gators heading into Thursday’s the ball for a while,” Sonsini said.
Atherton (14-2), TBD San Francisco at Atlanta, 4:10 p.m.
Carmel/Evergreen Valley winner at No. 1 Menlo Houston at Arizona, 5:10 p.m. finale and, more importantly, into “Yeah, we just played well.” Wiebe said it was just such com-
School (22-0) next week’s WCAL playoffs. Goal No. 16 on the day, the one petition that made SHP’s move to
the WCAL a welcome one.
Baseball
Serra at St. Ignatius, Hillsdale at Burlingame, Ca-
AMERICAN LEAGUE “Losing by 1 to S.I., then hav-
ing Menlo take a bigger loss to
that put SHP past its previous sea-
son-best, came from the stick of “I think we were just excited,”
puchino at Menlo School, Sequoia at Carlmont,Terra Thursday’s Games them is motivating to us,” SHP freshman John Carter. A recent Wiebe said. “S.I. was a team we’d
Nova at Sacred Heart Prep, 4 p.m. Toronto 13, Cleveland 11, 1st game, 11 innings never played before. They’ve been
junior attacker Joe Sonsini said, call-up from the junior-varsity
N.Y. Yankees 6, Houston 5 squad playing in just his fifth var- a great team in Nor Cal the last
“because we’ll probably face both
DUBS PLAYOFF GLANCE Kansas City 10, Detroit 6
Texas 11, Boston 5 of them next week in the semifi- sity game, the well-timed three- couple years and we just wanted to
Warriors 2, New Orleans 0 Chicago White Sox 6, Minnesota 5 nals and the finals. So, it’s excit- touch combination from Alex get our opportunity to see how
Sat., April 28: Warriors 123, New Orleans 101 Cleveland 13, Toronto 4, 2nd game ing.” Bean, to Patrick Hagerty, to Carter good we were and really test our-
Tue., May 1: Warriors 121, New Orleans 116 Angels 12, Baltimore 3 Sonsini totaled two goals at marked the first goal of the fresh- selves against the best.”
Friday, May 4: Warriors at New Orleans, 5 p.m. Seattle 4, Oakland 1 Serra, but was a navigating force man’s varsity career. Teddy Vought added three goals
Sunday, May 6:Warriors at New Orleans, 12:30 p.m. Friday’s Games in setting up an offense that domi- “We’ve got a lot of great fresh- for SHP and Wilson Weisel had
Tribe (Tomlin 0-4) at NYY (Sabathia 2-0), 4:05 p.m. man on this team and the JV two. Hagerty, Larry Hart, Billy
x-Tuesday, May 8: New Orleans at Warriors, TBA nated throughout. The Gators
Jays (Happ 4-1) at Rays (Kittredge 1-2), 4:10 p.m.
x-Thursday, May 10: Warriors at New Orleans, TBA stayed on the attack for the first team, ” Rotelli said. “So, John Barnds and Paul Barton added sin-
Boston (Porcello 4-0) at Texas (Colon 1-0), 5:05 p.m.
x-Monday, May 14: New Orleans at Warriors, TBA
Twins (Berrios 2-3) at ChiSox (Fulmer 2-1), 5:10 p.m. four minutes of play, with junior Carter came up and he’s con- gle scores.
Detroit (Liriano 3-1) at KC (Kennedy 1-3), 5:15 p.m. attacker Tommy Barnds fronting tributed right away, playing a big The eight-team, single-elimina-
SHARKS PLAYOFF GLANCE O’s (Cashner 1-4) at A’s (Mengden 2-3), 7:05 p.m. the explosive showing. Barnds role. … He’s got great skills, a tion WCAL playoffs start Monday,
Angels (Richards 3-1) at M’s (Leake 3-2), 7:10 p.m. scored a hat trick in the first quar- great nose for the game. And it was with semifinals Wednesday and the
Sharks 2, Vegas 2 Saturday’s Games ter en route to totaling a match- nice to see him get a goal there.” championship game Friday. SHP,
Thursday, April 26: Vegas 7, Sharks 0 Cleveland at N.Y. Yankees, 10:05 a.m. Quietly, amid the flurry of goals,
high seven goals. as the regular-season champ, will
Saturday, April 28: Sharks 4, Vegas 3, 2OT Detroit at Kansas City, 1:15 p.m. SHP junior goalkeeper Cody
Entering play Thursday, SHP’s host every match it plays. The
Monday, April 30: Vegas 4, Sharks 3, OT Toronto at Tampa Bay, 3:10 p.m.
best scoring streak to start a game Wiebe stepped up to hold Serra WCAL playoffs mark the end of
Wednesday, May 2: Sharks 4, Vegas 0 Minnesota at Chicago White Sox, 4:10 p.m.
Boston at Texas, 5:05 p.m. was 15 goals, this in the second scoreless. Wiebe gave way to the the boys’ lacrosse season as the
Friday, May 4: Sharks at Vegas, 7 p.m. reserve goalies by the time the
Houston at Arizona, 5:10 p.m. match of the year in non-league sport is not recognized by the
x-Sunday, May 6: Vegas at Sharks, TBA Padres scored in the fourth quarter.
Baltimore at Oakland, 6:05 p.m. action against Menlo-Atherton. Central Coast Section and there-
x-Tuesday, May 8: Sharks at Vegas, TBA L.A. Angels at Seattle, 6:10 p.m. The Gators opened with 18 The junior had the best seat in the fore, as do other sports, has no

The department has run a deficit given away to “cultivate donors.” as training opportunities,” the “We released attendance as to sold

AUDIT of up to $13 million per year in


recent years. The deficit is now
down to about $9 million per year
But the department was unable to
say who received those free tickets,
the audit found.
management response said.
The audit also found that the
department was inflating home
tickets,” Moos said Thursday.
The audit found potential viola-
tions of state law in cases where
Continued from page 13 and the school is developing a “We put people up there in unused football game attendance figures.
plan to balance the sports budget. athletics staff used discounts to
seats to encourage them to purchase For the 2016 Arizona game, the upgrade to the premium club seat-
The $67 million deficit was large- seats,” Moos said. program reported a near sellout,
President Kirk Schulz in January ly caused by spending on renova- ing area of Martin Stadium. Those
to be the Cougars’ new AD. He The audit also found mismanage- when only about 26,000 tickets discounts weren’t offered to the
tions to Martin Stadium and a new ment in the school’s major market- were scanned for entry, the audit
replaced Bill Moos, who was in football operations building, and public or to any other university
charge during the period covered ing contract. said. employees, which could make them
lower-than-expected television
by the audit. Washington State has contracted Later that season, athletics offi- an illegal special privilege, the
revenues.
Moos, who surprised Cougars since 2006 with a company called cials said the annual Apple Cup audit found.
fans by leaving for Nebraska last The audit initially focused on IMG for sports broadcasting, adver- game against archrival Washington
complimentary tickets for a 2016 tising and marketing. The audit was a sellout, when scanned atten- Auditors calculated that the dis-
October, said Thursday that he had
home football game against found that IMG was given $40,000 dance was only around 27,000. The counts, in place since 2012, poten-
not seen the audit results.
Arizona. more worth of free football tickets audit said accurate attendance num- tially cost Washington State over
Washington State, located in $130,000 in lost revenue for the
Pullman, a town of 30,000 far Auditors determined that the than was required by their contract. bers were important for budgetary
Cougar Athletics Compliance The audit also found the IMG con- and facility planning purposes. 2016 football season.
from the state’s major population
centers, has the smallest football Office did not receive complete tract was improperly amended, in Management responded that not The audit also discovered that
stadium (32,700 seats) and small- information on who got free tick- some cases verbally, by athletics all ticket buyers showed up for over half of athletics staff who took
est athletic budget and revenues in ets, a situation which could result in staff. games, and that it had trouble with advantage of the discount in 2016
the Pac-12 Conference. The NCAA violations. Management of the university faulty scanners and errors by tem- didn’t fully pay for their seats. The
school spends about $70 million In one case, four premium club agreed the verbal deals were porary staff manning the gates in athletics department has since
per year on athletics. seats for the Arizona game were improper. “We used those instances the past. ended the discount.
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‘RBG’ entertains and inspires


By Jocelyn Noveck healthy, or the court’s precarious already know that she works out
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS balance would be lost. with a personal trainer, but here we
Well, after watching “RBG,” an see her actually doing a plank, for
Is RBG getting enough kale? engrossing, entertaining and what seems like a full minute. Yes,
That was the question — only part- unabashedly adoring new documen- she does pushups too. (Her friends
ly in jest — that circulated back in tary about the now-legendary justice quip that they can’t even do half a
early 2017 when President Donald — seemingly a full-fledged pop cul- pushup — either half.)
Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch to ture hero at this point — it starts to It’s no wonder that the term
the Supreme Court. The idea — for feel like maybe we’re the ones who “superhero” is applied to Ginsburg
liberals, anyway — was that Ruth need the kale. Those who closely early in the film, by no less than
Bader Ginsburg had better stay follow Ginsburg, now 85, may See RGB, Page 22
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MUSEUM GOTTA SEE ‘UM


By Susan Cohn Beauty,” and to Diana Day Glynn for her
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT third place watercolor “Anshu’s Tulips.”
Honorable mention went to Deepali
“S UNRIS E, S UNS ET”: PHOTO- Kapatkar for her oil “Baylands.” Jacquelyn
GRAPHIC IMAGES B Y LARRY Gray was awarded first place for her non-rep-
CALOF AT THE PORTOLA ART resentational acrylic “Branching out. ”
GALLERY IN MENLO PARK. “Sunrise, Other show participants were Martha
Sunset, ” a collection of photographic Bredwell, LaVay Norquist, Leona Moriarty,
images taken by Larry Calof, is now on dis- Eva Klinger, Leona Marini, Carrie Drilling,
play at the Portola Art Gallery. The exhibit Sharon Slusaz Harris, Fran Simontacchi,
features images printed on aluminum, as Susan Pizzi, Jane Presta, Lynn Flodin, Pat
well as pieces printed on traditional McMorrow, John Barrows, Louis
archival paper. After a successful 30-year Maraviglia, T. Jeff Williams, Rose
career in corporate and securities law, Nieponice, Karen Orton, and Maria Sky.
Atherton resident Calof rediscovered his Judges were Doris Guzman, Yvonne
passion for photography. Calof said: “I Newhouse and Anneliese Drbal. A reception
love using natural light and high-quality for the artists will be held 1 p.m. - 2:30
digital equipment to capture wildlife and p.m. May 5.
landscape images in distinct manners that From 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. May 12, the Society
illuminate their unique characteristics. In presents Denise Howard’s demonstration on
my wildlife photography, I try to find an how to use colored pencil in fine art. SWA
emotional connection with my subjects. In demonstration meetings are free and open to Larry Calof’s photograph ‘Bryce Canyon Sunrise’ is among a selection of his works on exhibit
my landscape photography, I look for light the public. Howard, who grew up on a farm at the Portola Art Galley during the month of May.
and angles to add magical or mystical per- in rural Missouri surrounded by animals and *** of the History Museum’s Courthouse Docket
spectives to my images.” “Sunrise, Sunset” nature, earned a B.A. in Art and a B.S. in AUTHOR RICHARD HURLEY program, which takes place within the
may be viewed through May 21 at Portola Math/Computer Science concurrently from SPEAKS ABOUT CALIFORNIA AND building’s historic “Courtroom A.” The pro-
Art Gallery at Allied Arts Guild, 75 Arbor Truman State University, and later an M.S. THE CIVIL WAR AT THE SAN MATEO gram is free with the price of admission to
Road, Menlo Park. A reception for the artist in Computer Science from Ohio State COUNTY HIS TORY MUS EUM ON the museum ($6 for adults and $4 for seniors
will be held noon to 4 p.m. May 12. University, focused on computer graphics. MAY 1 9 . At 1 p.m. May 19, the San Mateo and students). The Cypress Lawn Heritage
*** She worked for several Silicon Valley com- County History Museum presents author Foundation is the sponsor of the presenta-
SOCIETY OF WESTERN ARTISTS panies, was one of the developers of iPhoto Richard Hurley who will give a multimedia tion. The museum is located at 2200
S TAGES MAY EXHIB ITION AND at Apple and earned movie credits on Antz show on “California and the Civil War.” Broadway in Redwood City. For informa-
PRES ENTS COLORED PENCIL and Shrek at PDI/Dreamworks. She is a sig- Through fine art, maps and photos, the pro- tion go to http://historysmc. org/court-
DEMONSTRATION. Awards in the current nature member of the Colored Pencil gram will trace the political and military house-docket or call 299-0104.
Society of Western Artists show went to Society of America (CPSA) and the U.K. history of the Golden State during this piv-
Laurie Rodriguez for her representational Colored Pencil Society (UKCPS), and has otal time in American history and reveal
first place oil “Denali, to Sherry Vockel for Master Pencil Artist Status (MPAS) with the how close California came to siding with Susan Cohn can be reached at susan@smdailyjour-
the South in 1861. This presentation is part nal.com or www.twitter.com/susancityscene.
her second place watercolor “Beagle Pencil Art Society (PAS).

Robot fast-food chefs: Hype or a sign of industry change?


By Matt O’Brien dunk the cooked meal into a bowl. Water Spyce has those, and automated order-tak- rias that served hot food when customers fed
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS jets up to rinse it off before a new order ing kiosks to boot, although it still a coin to open a glass door.
begins. employs plenty of humans. Founded by four But while food processing machines are
BOSTON — Robots can’t yet bake a souf- Is this a robot chef or just another high- former MIT classmates who partnered with prized for their speed and hygiene — “our
fle or fold a burrito, but they can cook up tech novelty machine? Experts differ, but Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud, the robot doesn’t get sick,” Knight said — they
vegetables and grains and spout them into a more such automation is likely headed for restaurant has hired people to do the tricki- have a harder time handling the complexi-
bowl — and are doing just that at a new fast the fast-food sector in coming years. er prep work — parboiling rice, rinsing and ties of fresh food.
casual restaurant in Boston. A report last year by the McKinsey chopping vegetables, cutting meat and In Mountain View, California, the
Seven autonomously swirling cooking Global Institute said that food preparation reducing sauces in an off-site commissary founders of Zume Pizza spent years tinker-
pots — what the restaurant calls a “never- jobs are highly vulnerable to automation kitchen. It also employs a handful of people ing with a robotic kitchen that can form
before-seen robotic kitchen” — hum behind because workers spend so much time on pre- for customer service and to garnish the pizza dough, apply tomato sauce and trans-
the counter at Spyce, which opened dictable physical tasks. robot-cooked blends with fresh toppings. fer the pizza in and out of the oven. Other
Thursday in the city’s downtown. Currently, there’s one big thing holding But the mesmerizing machinery, equipped jobs that require more dexterity and judg-
Push a touch-screen menu to purchase a back the chefbots: “The human labor also with dozens of motors, sensors and moving ment — such as layering on toppings — are
$7.50 meal called “Hearth.” A blend of tends to be lower-paid,” said McKinsey parts, is the real draw. left to humans, and the robot only performs
Brussels sprouts, quinoa, kale and sweet partner Michael Chui, making it less eco- “The openness of the design was some- tasks it can do dramatically better, CEO
potatoes tumbles from hoppers and into nomical to automate those jobs. But that thing we knew we wanted from the begin- Alex Garden said.
one of the pots. The pot heats the food could change as businesses develop cheaper ning,” said Brady Knight, a co-founder and Garden said his philosophy is that
using magnetic induction, then tips to and more efficient robot chefs. engineer. “It is kind of a show. It’s fun to “automation exists to improve the quality
see what’s going on behind the scenes. We of human life,” so he invests savings from
didn’t want to hide anything because we the increased productivity in higher wages
think what we made is pretty cool.” for employees and higher-quality ingredi-
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People in the news
Make killer margaritas with Lawyer: Sandra Bullock’s
stalker kills self in L.A. standoff
some tequila-based liqueur
By Elizabeth Karmel
LOS ANGELES — A man who killed himself during a
standoff with Los Angeles police was convicted last year of
breaking into Sandra Bullock’s home and
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS stalking the Oscar-winning actress, his
lawyer said Thursday.
I recently had the pleasure of travel- Joshua James Corbett missed a court
ing to Mexico to learn how to make date last month and on Wednesday barri-
tequila. I always liked sipping on caded himself inside his house when
tequila, but now I am in love with it. police arrived to serve an arrest warrant,
Tequila is like wine, it is a simple attorney Steve Sitkoff told the
process. It is made by hand and reflects Associated Press. Corbett was scheduled
both the terroir of the highlands or the Sandra Bullock to appear for a progress report as part of
valley soil in which the blue agave his probation in the Bullock stalking.
plant is grown, and the heart and soul SWAT officers were called after Corbett threatened to kill
of the distillers. It is a fascinating police, LAPD Detective Meghan Aguilar said.
industry that combines old-fashioned Corbett, 42, was found dead about five hours later at the
traditional methods, and new science home in the La Crescenta neighborhood. The death was
and technology in equal parts. It is reported as a suicide and an autopsy was planned Thursday,
also delicious and fun to drink. said coroner spokesman Ed Winter.
While I was in Jalisco — the state Corbett’s father had reported that his son, who suffered
that almost all tequilas come from — I from mental health problems, hadn’t been doing well in
visited the Patron distillery. Among recent weeks, Sitkoff said.
the many things that I learned, I dis- “He was due for a progress report and he just didn’t want
covered that they have four tequila- to go to court,” the attorney said. “It’s a very sad situa-
based liqueurs called Patron Citronge. tion.”
As I tasted, it occurred to me that the
tequila liqueur might be a great substi-
tution for the Grand Marnier that I usu-
ally use in a margarita. I liked the idea
that the primary spirit stayed the
same. (Tequila with the Patron liqueur
vs. Brandy in Grand Marnier).
My thought was that the tequila A mango margarita is refreshing and smooth without being sweet at all.
liqueur would add just the tiniest the upcoming summer months. The
amount of sugar and a fruity compo- drink is refreshing and smooth without
‘SKINNY’ MANGO MARGARITA
nent to compliment the tequila and cit- being sweet at all. You can taste the Servings: 2 drinks
rus juice. So, the skinny margarita real ataulfo (a.k.a. champagne) man- 1.5 ounces favorite Silver Tequila
would be a little smoother than the tra- goes that the liqueur is made with and 1 ounce Patron Mango Liqueur
ditional tequila and lime juice version the sweet-tart Meyer lemon juice is 2 ounces fresh-squeezed Meyer
with no need to add agave syrup or just sour enough to make it a margari- lemon juice
sugar. I couldn’t wait until I got home ta. Ground cinnamon
to test my theory, so that night, I When I thought about how to gar- Meyer lemon or orange slice, cut in
asked Oscar, the bartender, to help me nish the margarita, I decided to incor- half for garnish.
make “skinny margaritas” with the porate a tip from the master tequillier Shake all ingredients with ice and
four flavors of the liqueurs; orange, strain into a short “rocks” glass filled
of Cazadores. Tania Oseguera is one of
lime, mango and pineapple. with crushed ice. Dip the side of the
the few female tequilliers and her
Oscar happily agreed and made four Meyer lemon or orange slice into the
favorite accompaniment to sipping
margaritas, the only difference being cinnamon and garnish the glass. I
the flavor of the liqueur. A group of us tequila is to dip the edge of a cut orange make a cut in the center of the slice
tasted them all blind, and the over- in ground cinnamon. This beats the with a paring knife so that it slips over
whelming winner was the mango heck out of the lime and salt tradition, the rim of the glass more easily.
liqueur. When I came home, I made a and complements the rich fresh flavors Chef’s Note: One ounce is equal to 2
batch of the margaritas using Meyer of the tequila. Even though it was tablespoons. If you don’t have an
lemons because they are sweeter than a designed for a glass of neat tequila, I ounce measure, you can use a table-
traditional lemon or lime, and the juice decided to try it with my mango mar- spoon.
would highlight, not overpower, the garita. I used a slice of the Meyer Nutrition information per serving:
delicate mango flavor. lemon since I already had one cut, but 101 calories; 0 calories from fat; 0 g
The results were even better than you could use Tania’s favorite, the fat (0 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 0 mg
what I envisioned and I hope that you orange. Both work well for this cock- cholesterol; 1 mg sodium; 7 g carbo-
will agree. This new margarita is going tail. hydrate; 0 g fiber; 5 g sugar; 0 g pro-
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How to make asparagus sing?


Mustard, soy sauce and honey
By Melissa d’Arabian SAUTEED ASPARAGUS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
IN SOY SAUCE GLAZE
Asparagus is by far the favorite vegetable Servings: 6
of the d’Arabian family. All four of my Start to finish: 15 minutes
school-aged daughters truly love it. I can 1 1/2 pounds of fresh asparagus, tough
serve nearly three pounds of asparagus at ends trimmed
the table a couple of times of week to my 2 teaspoons olive oil
family of six, and the girls will still argue 2 cloves garlic, thinly sliced
over who gets the last stalk. pinch red pepper flakes (optional)
I say this not to impress you with the 2 teaspoons soy sauce
adventurous palettes of my kids; I am not 2 teaspoons lemon juice
the mom whose 3-year-old loved sushi and 1 teaspoon honey
kale salad. I say this to encourage you to try 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard
different ways of serving asparagus to your Rinse trimmed asparagus stalks, and
family, especially if they aren’t huge veg- shake dry, leaving them damp. Heat the
etable-lovers. olive oil in a large saute pan over medium
Asparagus is truly jam-packed with vita- high heat. Add the sliced garlic and red pep-
mins and minerals, with a cup of asparagus per flakes (if using) and stir with a wooden
providing more than 10 percent of your spoon until fragrant and starting to turn
daily requirement of at least 10 vitamins and golden brown, about 1-2 minutes. Add the
minerals. asparagus and cook for two minutes, stir-
The same cup has 3 grams each of protein ring with the wooden spoon. In a small
and fiber, so it’s filling, and is under 30 bowl, mix together the soy sauce and lemon
calories. So it’s a worthy investment to get juice. Carefully pour over the asparagus,
your family on board. and stir once to disperse the sauce. Cover
You can serve asparagus in hundreds of with a lid (or a baking sheet if pan is too
ways, cooked or raw, or even in between — large for a lid), and let steam for 2 minutes.
cooking the outside for sweetness and keep- Meanwhile, mix honey and mustard in the
ing the inside cool, fresh with and with You can serve asparagus in hundreds of ways, cooked or raw, or even in between — cooking small bowl. Uncover the asparagus and stir.
some snap. the outside for sweetness and keeping the inside cool, fresh with and with some snap. Drizzle or spoon the honey mustard mixture
Chop raw asparagus and serve it as a lights the sweet asparagus flavor. Or our make the asparagus sing. over the asparagus and cook until a glaze
salad, dressed simply in lemon juice, olive Tuesday night go-to: toss in a little olive Whatever you decide to do with the just starts to form (it will thicken as it
oil, maybe a little garlic, black pepper and oil and salt, and roast at 400 F for 7-8 min- asparagus, you can turn leftovers into a cools), about two more minutes, stirring
a sprinkle of parmesan cheese. Or steam it utes. soup simply by whirring up with a little frequently. Transfer to a platter and serve.
quickly — 3-4 minutes is usually enough — Today’s recipe is a simple, but flavorful broth and lemon juice in a blender until Nutrition information per serving: 46
and then toss in a little olive oil and nutri- saute. I use soy sauce instead of salt, which smooth. Unless, you are like our family, calories; 13 calories from fat; 2 g fat (0 g
tional yeast, or the tiniest pat of butter. Cut adds umami. A tiny bit of Dijon mustard and where asparagus leftovers are merely a saturated; 0 g trans fats); 0 mg cholesterol;
the stalks into bite-sized pieces to bulk up a a touch of honey create a luscious glaze that hypothetical scenario. 138 mg sodium; 7 g carbohydrate; 2 g fiber;
stir fry — the Asian flavor profile high- 3 g sugar; 3 g protein.

Education was a huge priority in noons, and doing her husband’s law inspiring theme of the film. When

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Continued from page 19
Ginsburg’s family; it was where she had
her early successes, and a value she obvi-
ously passed on to her own children. (“Do
school work for him at night because he
was suffering from cancer.  She finished
her studies at Columbia, and found that
Ginsburg was appointed to her first judge-
ship, on the D.C. Circuit, she was often
asked if she found it hard to commute from
your homework,” her daughter says when despite her accomplishments, no law firm New York — people couldn’t imagine that
asked what her mother used to tell her. would hire her. her husband would have moved for his
Gloria Steinem. But in a way, that term “Don’t disappoint us.”) We learn that the Cohen and West do a deft job of remind- wife’s job.
doesn’t do the justice’s story justice. young Ruth Bader was quiet, polite, deter- ing us just what the situation was like for
Because superheroes come by their status And later, when Bill Clinton was decid-
mined. “She didn’t do small talk,” says a women in the early ‘60s, when Ginsburg ing whom to nominate for the Supreme
magically. Ginsburg, we learn here, had to friend. was starting out. And then they show us
fight every inch of the way, with grit and Court, we learn that it was Marty who was
Ruth Bader excelled at Cornell how slowly, job by job and case by case, his wife’s own personal PR agent, contact-
tenacity and creativity and optimism and Ginsburg went about her life’s work fight-
lots of all-nighters, over often stunningly University, where she would meet the love ing everyone he could to get her name out
of her life, Marty Ginsburg. The film pro- ing gender discrimination — “like knit- in front. Watching the family hug in the
difficult obstacles. The best parts of this ting a sweater,” a friend explains.
film show us not how “cool” she is but vides ample proof that this was a truly Senate after her hearing, and watching him
how hard she worked, and how much she unusual partnership, based on love and It is genuinely thrilling when we hear smile as she’s sworn in, it’s hard not to
wanted what she got. mutual respect as well as Marty’s willing- Ginsburg arguing in the Supreme Court, a feel a lump in your throat.
Directors Julie Cohen and Betsy West ness to give his wife’s career precedence young lawyer with a small voice but aston-
With the #MeToo movement occupying
gained impressive access to their subject, over his. “He was the first boy I ever knew ishing confidence.   “Are they paying
our culture, it’s easy to say that this is the
with everything from intimate family who cared that I had a brain,” Ginsburg attention?” she admits to wondering at
perfect time for a detailed, thorough film
photos and video to interviews with her says in the film. one point, of the silent all-male panel.
on Ginsburg. But frankly, anytime would
children and granddaughter. But we begin Ginsburg went on to Harvard Law Interspersed with the legal stuff is the have been a good time.
with her 1993 confirmation hearing, School, where she was one of nine women fun personal stuff: her husband’s sense of
where she first presented herself to the in a class of over 500. Even then, the dean humor, her intense love for opera, her And she’s doing just fine without the
nation, announcing: “I am a Brooklynite, asked the women “why they took a seat unlikely friendship with her ideological extra kale, thank you very much.
born and bred, a first-generation American that could have gone to a man.” She made adversary on the court, the late Antonin “RBG,” a Magnolia Pictures release, is
on my father’s side, barely second-genera- Law Review her second year, an accom- Scalia. “What’s not to like?” he says at rated PG by the Motion Picture
tion on my mother’s.” plishment all the more incredible because one point. “Except her views on the law!” Association of America “for some themat-
We then go back to examine her roots. she was simultaneously doing her own But it’s her love affair with Marty, who ic elements and language.” Running time:
work, taking care of her baby in the after- died in 2010, that provides the most 97 minutes. Three stars out of four.

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more information email info@drag- exercise needs, diet, handling and tion of Greig by school staffers who, ty can continue its mission, which is to for Greig’s resignation was sent, said
onproductions.net. bonding. For more information call
340-7022. following their unionization two years serve our students.” Edwards who suggested a reply could be
Free Hearing Screenings. 9 a.m. to ago, have publicly and fervently criti- Faculty members though claim the a start toward improving relations
3 p.m. 88 N. San Mateo Drive, San Magicflutes Flute Orchestra
Mateo. In support of May being Annual Spring Concert. 2 p.m. to 4 cized her leadership. decision reduces the university’s capac- between administrators and workers.
Better Hearing Month, come in and p.m. Congregational Church of San The declaration is borne from a pat- ity to serve all students, which will “A great first step would be a response
have your hearing screened for free. Mateo, 225 Tilton Ave., San Mateo. tern of decisions by Greig which facul-
For more information call 342-9449. Cost $12 to $15. For more informa- only further limit the ability to increase to the faculty’s April 30 letter to the
tion contact pamelaflute@mac.com. ty members claim has resulted in dwin- enrollment and in turn improve its Board of Trustees,” she said.
Community B enefits and dling enrollment, course reductions and budget. Should Greig adhere to the faculty’s
Resource Fair. 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 ‘The Full Monty.’ 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
a.m. San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 and 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Hillbarn other painful repercussions, according “We have witnessed termination of resignation request, union members are
Alameda de Las Pulgas, San Mateo. Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale Blvd., to the letter approved by a majority of academic programs that earn tuition seeking a seat at the table alongside
Free and family friendly. For more Foster City. Cost $27 to $52. For the union.
information call 349-2200. more information contact boxof- revenue without replacing them with trustees to establish criteria for select-
fice@hillbarntheatre.org. “We understand the weight and seri- new programs that successfully grow ing her replacement, according to the
EricA Art Gallery Exhibit. 10 a.m. ousness of reaching this conclusion, revenue,” according to the letter. letter.
to 5 p.m. San Mateo Public Library, Cinco de Meow. 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
55 W. Third Ave., San Mateo. Repeats American Legion Hall, 555 Buel Ave., however, be assured that it was not any The cuts mirror a similar decision In the interim though, staff morale
every day until June 28. For more Pacifica. Coastal Cats Rescue Group isolated instance but rather sustained which caused faculty uproar two years has sunk due to poor treatment and a
information call 522-7818. fundraiser, raffle and refreshments.
For more information call (415) 515- behaviors which have forced us to con- ago, when officials trimmed majors in lack of communication from adminis-
Reiko F. Nojima Glass Sculpture 7580. clude that the success of this institution philosophy or theater arts and master’s trators, said Marla Lowenthal, a part-
Display. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. San Mateo is untenable under the leadership of
Public Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San R aices de Mexico: A Jour ney degrees in English, musical perform- time adjunct professor.
Mateo. Repeats every day until June through Dance. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Judith Greig,” according to the letter. ance and systems management and “For a faculty to get to a point of a
29. For more information call 522- McKinley Middle School Theater, Greig and school administrators more from the course menu. vote of no confidence, morale has got
7818. 400 Duane St., Redwood City.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with beau- declined to comment on the letter. Such misguided decisions are indica- to be at its lowest,” said Lowenthal,
May Free First Friday. 10 a.m. to 4 tiful Mexican folkloric dances. The faculty letter comes in the wake tive of Greig’s questionable leadership who has been at the college for 10
p.m. San Mateo County History Tickets are $10. For more informa-
Museum, 2200 Broadway, Redwood tion email raicesdance@gmail.com. of officials announcing last month the style, according to faculty members years.
City. Free admission and two free axing of programs in musical perform- who claim their frustrations are com- Looking ahead, she said more collab-
programs. For more information Live Concert and Sing-along. 6:30 ance, fine arts, graphic design and lib-
contact info@historysmc.org. p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Molloy’s Tavern, pounded by an inadequate response oration between officials and faculty
1655 Mission Road, South San eral arts evening classes. from officials. regarding decisions guiding the future
Freedom From Fractures. 11 a.m. Francisco. Music from 1920s Officials claimed the reductions were The ongoing issues have lingered so of the university could improve the
to 12:30 p.m. The Villa at San Mateo, through 1960s. For more informa-
4000 S. El Camino Real, San Mateo. A tion contact needed to operate more efficiently on a long they partially compelled the facul- deteriorating relationship.
free presentation on how to avoid rob1buddy@yahoo.com. limited budget, according to a prepared ty’s unionization, said Kristen Edwards, “Faculty would be willing to work
the most serious risks of osteoporo-
Film Screening — ‘Lies and
statement from Greig, which indicates a history and political science lecturer with anyone who is willing to sit and
sis. For more information call (704)
262-1111. Miracles: Childhood in a Siberian the university’s focus will shift to psy- who is also a member of the union lead- listen and make changes that would
Labor Camp.’ 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. chology, education, business, science
Movie: ‘Monica and David.’ 1 p.m. Odd Fellows Lodge Half Moon Bay, ership team. help the students, because the faculty is
to 3 p.m. San Mateo Public Library, 526 Main St., Half Moon Bay. For and education programs. “There have been concerns along concerned about the students,” she said.
55 W. Third Ave., San Mateo. teens. For more information call
Sponsored by the Center for 219-3522.
saying the attractive opportunities pro- most criticism from residents, as some
HOUSING
Independence of Individuals with
Disabilities. For more information SUNDAY, MAY 6
c o n t a c t Birdwatching for beginners. 9 a.m. vided in the life sciences industry are project iterations included towers reach-
mbaute@cityofsanmateo.org. to 11 a.m. Peninsula Humane pushing up the local home values and ing 12 stories, which many community
Society and SPCA, 12 Airport Blvd.,
San Mateo. For more information driving displacement. members considered far too large and
CuriOdyssey First Friday Family
call 340-7022.
Continued from page 1 The California Life Sciences dense for South San Francisco.
Night. 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. CuriOdyssey,
1651 Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo.
Peninsula R ose Society 2018
Association, a lobbying arm for the Many development critics urged offi-
Admission is $9.50 to $12.50. Swing care space, 7 acres of park land, 13,000
into the weekend with music, sci- Annual Rose Show. 11 a.m. to 4:30 city’s biotech titans, sent officials a let- cials to scale back the project to a three-
ence, food and fun. For more infor- p.m. 1400 Roosevelt Ave., Redwood square feet of space reserved for artisanal ter advocating for housing development story maximum and seek more commu-
mation call 342-7755. City. For more information contact merchants such as coffee roasters, brew-
cgeorgette@aol.com. at the property under consideration, nity amenities rather than additional
Fir st Fr iday Ar t Series: Jason eries and other independent businesses. which drew Addiego’s ire. units.
Moore. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Burlingame Information Luncheon for Officials have noted though the final The group recently pushed back “Please consider how this develop-
Library, 480 Primrose Road, Senior s. Noon to 1 p.m. The
Burlingame. A photography exhibit. Magnolia of Millbrae, 201 development may not reach the size and against a proposal to build nearly 1,200 ment will affect my neighbors and me,”
For more information call 558-7411. Chadbourne Ave., Millbrae. scope of the initial vision. units near Oyster Point, claiming the said resident Mari Avila-Suarez. “We
Retirement living. For more informa- Councilman Pradeep Gupta said his
Hena K han. 6:15 p.m. South San tion call 376-5006. project would limit growth in the city’s don’t want another San Francisco. Also,
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. faith the developer’s willingness to bal- prize industry. we shouldn’t accept overdevelopment in
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. Fix-it Family Bike Clinic. 1 p.m. to 4 ance residents’ perspectives persuaded
p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda “The hypocrisy is blowing me away,” our neighborhood. The design we select
Author talk with Hena Khan who his decision to favor their offer.
will share her cultural identity as a de las Pulgas, Belmont. Hands-on said Addiego, noting the mixed mes- should fit the neighborhood’s charac-
Pakistani-American Muslim. For bike-themed fix-it clinic where REI “I wanted a team that could work with sages sent by the association regarding ter.”
more information call 829-3860. bike technicians can help assess and
troubleshoot broken bicycles, elec- that kind of environment and get to a development in South San Francisco. Her sentiment echoed the perspective
Ives Collective Concert. 7:30 p.m. tronics, appliances, toys and fabric productive project not just for the city As a consolation to the three other of many residents who said the project
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 600 items. For more information and to or developer but for the community,” he
Colorado Ave., Palo Alto. For more register visit goo.gl/qTzh9J. building firms passed over by the City is too large for its surroundings, poten-
information visit ivescollective.org. said. Council, Addiego encouraged them to tially compounding the impacts of
Western Line Dancing. 1:30 p.m. to The site has been the focus of much
4 p.m. City of San Bruno, 1555 consider looking to the east side of ongoing construction throughout the
Free Astronomy Lecture. 8 p.m. to contention following an initial discus-
9 p.m. College of San Mateo, No. 36, Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno. Highway 101 for housing development city.
1700 W. Hillsdale Ave., San Mateo. Hosted by Jeanette Feinberg. $7. For sion of the property in late March, when opportunities. For her part, Mayor Liza Normandy
more information call 616-7152.
Finding Exoplanets. For more infor- many residents expressed ardent oppo- Other finalists included SummerHill said she favored development at the site
mation call 862-9602.
‘The Full Monty.’ 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. sition to a proposal to build dense hous- Homes, which offered as many as 755 but pledged a final commitment to
‘The Full Monty.’ 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale ing on the site purchased with former
Blvd., Foster City. Cost $27 to $52. For units; Republic Metropolitan, which addressing the concerns from residents
Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale redevelopment agency funds.
Blvd., Foster City. Cost $27 to $52. For more information contact boxof- was offering as many as 639 units; and regarding the size and scope of the proj-
more information contact boxof- fice@hillbarntheatre.org. In response, housing advocates fol- Blake Griggs, which offered as many as ect.
fice@hillbarntheatre.org. lowed up with claims that constructing
Social Justice Quilt B lock 847 units. “There will be no high rises,” she
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley Hosts Wor k shop. 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. new units at the site near the South San The Blake Griggs proposal drew the said.
‘One Super Par ty.’ 350 Twin Menlo Park Library, Belle Haven Francisco BART station would capital-
Dolphin Drive, Redwood City. Branch, 413 Ivy Drive, Menlo Park.
Tickets starting at $185. For more For more information call 330-2540. ize on a prime opportunity to
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203 Public notices 203 Public notices 203 Public notices tundra tundra tundra
notiCe of Petition to oRdeR to show Cause foR
administeR estate of Change of name SUMMARY OF
Ellen Izaguirre CASE# 18CIV01019
Case Number: 18-PRO-00373 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, ORDINANCE
To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, aPPRoVing
400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
tingent creditors, and persons who may
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 deVeLoPment
otherwise be interested in the will or es- agReement foR the
tate, or both, of Ellen Izaguirre nee Rock- PETITION OF
lin. A Petition for Probate has been filed Christine Cheung & Man Lok Wong seRRa station
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
by Gail Izaguirre in the Superior Court of Petitioner: Christine Cheung & Man Lok PRoJeCt
California, County of San Mateo. The Wong filed a petition with this court for a The City Council of the City
Petition for Probate requests that Gail decree changing name as follows:
Izaguirre be appointed as personal rep- Present Name: Sophia Wong
of Millbrae, at its meeting
resentative to administer the estate of Proposed Name: Sophia Hayden Wong on Tuesday, April 24, 2018,
the decedent. adopted an Ordinance enti-
The petition requests authority to admin- THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
ister the estate under the Independent interested in this matter shall appear be- tled:
Administration of Estates Act. (This au- fore this court at the hearing indicated an ordinance approving
thority will allow the personal representa- below to show cause, if any, why the pe- a development
tive to take many actions without obtain- tition for change of name should not be
ing court approval. Before taking certain granted. Any person objecting to the agreement for the over the hedge over the hedge over the hedge
very important actions, however, the per- name changes described above must file seRRa station Project
sonal representative will be required to a written objection that includes the rea-
give notice to interested persons unless sons for the objection at least two court to grant increases in
they have waived notice or consented to days before the matter is scheduled to development intensities
the proposed action.) The independent be heard and must appear at the hearing and other benefits to the
administration authority will be granted to show cause why the petition should
unless an interested person files an ob- not be granted. If no written objection is Project in exchange for
jection to the petition and shows good timely filed, the court may grant the peti- Community benefits
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
cause why the court should not grant the
petition shall be held on 05/22/18 at 9 including the Provision
authority. of affordable housing
a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
A hearing on the petition will be held in Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
this court as follows: MAY 30, 2018 at Order to Show Cause shall be published
The Ordinance approves a
9:00 a.m., Department 28, Superior at least once each week for four succes- Development Agreement
Court of California, County of San Mateo, sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- for the Serra Station Proj-
400 County Center, Redwood City, CA ing on the petition in the following news-
94063. paper of general circulation:
ect, also known as TOD
If you object to the granting of the peti- San Mateo Daily Journal #1, that is proposed to be
tion, you should appear at the hearing Filed:4/6/2018 constructed on property
and state your objections or file written /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
objections with the court before the hear- Judge of the Superior Court within the Millbrae Station
ing. Your appearance may be in person Dated: 4/8/2018 Area Specific Plan 203 Public notices 203 Public notices books
or by your attorney. (Published 4/20/18, 4/27/18, 5/4/18, (“MSASP”) Area. The
If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- 5/11/18) fiCtitious business name niChoLas sPaRks hardback books.
itor of the decedent, you must file your MSASP allows for increas-
claim with the court and mail a copy to es in development density, PubLiC notiCe statement #277440 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861
The following person is doing business
the personal representative appointed by such as A public hearing will be as: Balanced Speech Therapy, 1100 S El QuaLity books used and rare. World
the court within the later of either (1) four
Floor Area Ratio (FAR) and held at the City Council Camino Real, Suite 5, SAN MATEO, CA & US History and classic American nov-
months from the date of first issuance of oRdeR to show Cause foR regular meeting on May 14, 94403. Registered Owner: Megan els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502
letters to a general personal representa- Change of name dwelling units per acre, for 2018, starting at 6:00 p.m. DePuy, 2242 Ensenada Way, San Ma-
tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the CASE# 18CIV01908 projects that provide com- teo, CA 94403. The business is conduct- the haLo Forerunner saga. 3 books.
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, in the City Council Cham- ed by an Individual. The registrant com- Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587
from the date of mailing or personal de- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, munity benefits, all in com- bers located at 1600 Flori- menced to transact business under the
livery to you of a notice under sectioin 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, pliance with Chapter 10 of FBN on 3/21/18. V.LogVinoV, unusuaL Journey to the
9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 bunda Avenue, Hillsbor- /s/Megan DePuy/ Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus-
er California statutes and legal authority PETITION OF
the MSASP. The communi- ough, CA 94010 regarding This statement was filed with the Asses- sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695
may affect your rights as a creditor. You Nelson M. Soto ty benefits for this project the following: sor-County Clerk on 4/18/18. (Published
may want to consult with an attorney TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: include: the provision of af- RESOLUTION SETTING in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/20/18, 295 art
knowledgable in California law. Petitioner: Nelson M. Soto filed a petition 4/27/18, 5/4/18, 5/11/18).
You may examine the file kept by the with this court for a decree changing fordable housing; publicly AND CONFIRMING THE bRushed finish, 15" X 20" frame
court. If you are a person interested in name as follows: accessible open space FEES AND CHARGES holds 18 various size photos. Never
the estate, you may file with the court a Present Name: Camila M. Katami greater than the 10 percent FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018- fiCtitious business name used. $20. 650-369-2486.
Request for Special Notice (form DE- Proposed Name: Camila M. Soto statement #277450
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
minimum required; public 2019 The following person is doing business
praisal of estate assets or of any petition THE COURT ORDERS that all persons right-of-way improvements Additional information re- as: Bay Area Invest Consulting, 101 Jef- 296 appliances
or account as provided in Probate Code interested in this matter shall appear be- including extending and re- ferson Drive, 1st Floor, MENLO PARK,
fore this court at the hearing indicated garding this resolution is CA 94025. Registered Owner: Rolf Born- aiR ConditioneR 10000 BTU w/re-
section 1250. A Request for Special No- aligning California Drive
tice form is available from the court clerk. below to show cause, if any, why the pe- available for review at the er, Lindengutstrasse 26, Aarburg, Swit- mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
tition for change of name should not be from south of Millbrae Ave- City Clerk's Office. 650- zerland 4663. The business is conduct- brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
Attorney for Petitioner: granted. Any person objecting to the 0898
Michael C. Ferguson nue through to El Camino 375-7412. ed by an Individual. The registrant com-
name changes described above must file menced to transact business under the
1816 Fifth Street a written objection that includes the rea- Real opposite from Victoria 5/4, 5/11/18
BERKELEY, CA 94710 FBN on N/A. aiR ConditioneR, Portable, 14,000
sons for the objection at least two court Avenue; and restriping of Cns-3128419# /s/Rolf Borner/ BTU, Commercial Cool model
(510)548-9005 days before the matter is scheduled to
san mateo daiLy This statement was filed with the Asses- CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces-
FILED: 4/17/18 be heard and must appear at the hearing Victoria Avenue to provide sor-County Clerk on 4/18/18. (Published sories plus remote included.
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- to show cause why the petition should "sharrows" indicating bike JouRnaL in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/27/18, 20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $245 OBO.
nal on 4/27/18, 5/4/18, 5/5/18) not be granted. If no written objection is 5/4/18, 5/11/18, 5/18/18). (650)345-1835
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- lanes in both directions. In
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the exchange, the developer Coffee makeR $15.00 white, Kitchen
petition shall be held on 06/05/18 at 9 will receive increases in the fiCtitious business name Gourmet, makes up to 12 cups (650)533-
a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, statement #277451
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this maximum Floor Area Ratio The following person is doing business
0907
Order to Show Cause shall be published (FAR) from 2.5 to 5.88 for fiCtitious business name as: California Invest Consulting, 101 Jef-
at least once each week for four succes- statement #277168 CoLeman Lxe Roadtrip Grill -
an individual building and ferson Drive, 1st Floor, MENLO PARK, Red Brand New! (still in box) $100
oRdeR to show Cause foR sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- The following person is doing business CA 94025. Registered Owner: Rolf Born-
Change of name ing on the petition in the following news- 5.61 for the site overall, as: 1)Living Estates Realty 2)Living Es- (650)918-9847
er, Lindengutstrasse 26, Aarburg, Swit-
CASE# 18CIV01657 paper of general circulation: tates 3)Living-Estates 4)Living-Estates
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, San Mateo Daily Journal
and in the maximum num- Realty, 1666 Roberta Drive, SAN MA-
zerland 4663. The business is conduct- eLeCtRiC stoVe From Sears
ed by an Individual. The registrant com-
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, Filed: 4/23/2018 ber of units from 80 TEO, CA 94403. Registered Owner: An- menced to transact business under the
Excellent Condition $225
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ units/acre to 205 units/acre drew Lomano, same address. The busi- Please Call (650)244-9267
FBN on N/A.
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 Judge of the Superior Court ness is conducted by an Individual. The /s/Rolf Borner/
PETITION OF Dated: 4/19/2018
for the Rl Building and 243 registrant commenced to transact busi- hotPoint heaVy Duty Dryer excellent
This statement was filed with the Asses-
William Barretta (Published 4/27/18, 5/4/18, 5/11/18, units/acre for the R2 Build- ness under the FBN on March 23, 2018. sor-County Clerk on 4/18/18. (Published
working condition Burlingame $50 Call
/s/Andrew Lomano/ Dan (408)656-0958
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: 5/18/18) ing. The implementation This statement was filed with the Asses-
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/27/18,
Petitioner: William Barretta filed a petition tool for these arrangements 5/4/18, 5/11/18, 5/18/18). maytag washeR excellent working
sor-County Clerk on 3/28/18. (Published
with this court for a decree changing condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
name as follows: is a Development Agree- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/13/18,
4/20/18, 4/27/18, 5/4/18). fiCtitious business name (408)656-0958
Present Name: ment, which requires City statement #277594
William Steven Barretta PubLiC notiCe Council approval by means The following person is doing business mfg h20Labs Model 300 exc cond
Proposed Name: A public hearing will be fiCtitious business name counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
William Stephinus Berretta of this Ordinance. statement #277396
as: Vlahos, Vozikes and Vlahos, aka Vla-
held at the City Council Copies of the ordinance The following person is doing business
hos and Vozikes Properties, 533 Airport
Room heateR Electric 1320 Watts, Ar-
regular meeting on May 14, Blvd. Ste. 225, BURLINGAME, CA
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons are on file and can be as: Ziba Drug Development Partners, 35 94010. Registered Owners: 1)Eugene A. vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5.
interested in this matter shall appear be- 2018, starting at 6:00 p.m. made available for inspec- Northern Ave, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Vlahos, 1080 Lakeview Dr., Hillsborough, (650)952-3500
fore this court at the hearing indicated in the City Council Cham- Registered Owner: Ziba Drug Develop- CA 94010 2)Susan R. Vlahos, 1080
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- tion at the Office of the Mill- ment Partners, CA. The business is con- Lakeview Dr., Hillsborough, CA 94010 sewing maChine-RoyaL XL 6000
tition for change of name should not be bers located at 1600 Flori- brae City Clerk at 621 Mag- ducted by a Corporation. The registrant 3)Yota Vozikes, 698 Barneson Ave., San Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150.
granted. Any person objecting to the bunda Avenue, Hillsbor- nolia Avenue, Millbrae, Cal- commenced to transact business under Mateo, CA 94402 4)Cynthia Ann Vlahos, (650)342-8436.
name changes described above must file ough, CA 94010 regarding the FBN on April 2010. 414 Hurlingham Ave., San Mateo, CA
a written objection that includes the rea-
the following: ifornia. /s/Toufigh Gordi/ 94402. The business is conducted by a showtime RotisseRie used once
sons for the objection at least two court This statement was filed with the Asses- $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZ- This Ordinance was intro- sor-County Clerk on 4/16/18. (Published
General Partnership. The registrant
message.
days before the matter is scheduled to commenced to transact business under
be heard and must appear at the hearing ING SEWER SERVICE duced for a first reading on in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/20/18, the FBN on 1/1/1985.
to show cause why the petition should CHARGES AND WATER March 27, 2018, with all 4/27/18, 5/4/18, 5/11/18). /s/Eugene A. Vlahos/ unitaP standaRd centerset bath-
not be granted. If no written objection is room chrome faucet, complete, $10,
AND SEWER CONNEC- five members of the Coun- This statement was filed with the Asses-
(650)595-3933
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- sor-County Clerk on 5/2/18. (Published in
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the TION FEES EFFECTIVE cil present. Mayor Papan fiCtitious business name the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/4/18,
petition shall be held on 05/17/18 at 9 and Councilmembers Hol- statement #277443 5/11/18, 5/18/18, 5/25/18). VaCuum CLeaneR (reconditioned)
JULY 1, 2018 The following person is doing business $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645
a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, ober, Oliva and Schneider
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Additional information re- as: Original Gravity Tours, 3677 High-
Order to Show Cause shall be published garding this resolution is voted in favor, and Council- land Avenue, REDWOOD CITY, CA
fiCtitious business name
westeRn washboaRd Sales made
94062. Registered Owner:Gene Lopez, of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C.
at least once each week for four succes- available for review at the member Lee voted against same address. The business is conduct- statement #277584 $75. phone 650-369-2486.
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- City Clerk's Office. 650- the introduction of this Or- ed by an Individual. The registrant com- The following person is doing business
ing on the petition in the following news- menced to transact business under the as: SB Construction, 619 Bair Island whiRLPooL washeR DRYER, GE
paper of general circulation: 375-7412. dinance. On April 24, 2018, FBN on 01/01/2016. Blvd., REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063 Refrigerator all working and in good con-
San Mateo Daily Journal 5/4, 5/11/18 all five members of the /s/Gene Lopez/ Registered Owner: Shawn C. Beyer, 6 dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240.
Filed: 4/18/2018 Cns-3128423# Council were present and This statement was filed with the Asses- Aliston Way, San Francisco, CA 94127.
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ san mateo daiLy sor-County Clerk on 4/18/18. (Published The business is conducted by an Individ- whiRLPooL-dRyeR gas Coin Oper-
Judge of the Superior Court all voted in favor of the or- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/20/18, ual. The registrant commenced to trans- ated Laundry $99.00 (650)948-4895 or
Dated: 4/18/2018 JouRnaL dinance. 4/27/18, 5/4/18, 5/11/18). act business under the FBN on Feb 2, (650)302-2456
(Published 4/20/18, 4/27/18, 5/4/18, The foregoing Summary 2002.
5/11/18) /s/Shawn Beyer/
was prepared by the City fiCtitious business name This statement was filed with the Asses-
Attorney who is the official statement #277202 sor-County Clerk on 5/1/18. (Published in 297 bicycles
The following person is doing business the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/4/18,
designated by the City as: GC Furniture & Custom Cabinets, 5/11/18, 5/18/18, 5/25/18). aduLt bikes 1 regular and 2 with bal-
Council to prepare the 131 Gleen Way, Unit 1, SAN CARLOS, loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356
Summary provided for in CA 94070. Registered Owner: Guillermo
Gutierrez, 919 Clinton St. Apt. 8, Red- fiCtitious business name bmx mongoose Outer Limit Bike,
Government Code Section wood City, CA 94061. The business is statement #277593 looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933

LegaL notiCes 36933(c)(1). conducted by an Individual. The regis- The following person is doing business
trant commenced to transact business as: Simon Communications, 3642 ChiLd’s sChwinn biCyCLe, bLue in
under the FBN on March 27, 2018. McNulty Way, REDWOOD CITY, CA good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
Dated: 5/4/18 /s/Guillermo Gutierrez/ 94061. Registered Owner: Mark A. Si-
new 12" girls bike w/ training wheels
BY ORDER OF THE CITY This statement was filed with the Asses- mon, same address. The business is
conducted by an Individual. The regis- $75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave
sor-County Clerk on 3/27/18. (Published
Fictitious Business Name Statements, COUNCIL
Elena Suazo
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/20/18,
4/27/18, 5/4/18, 5/11/18).
trant commenced to transact business
under the FBN on Feb 1, 2018.
mes

Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, City Clerk /s/Mark A. Simon/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
298 Collectibles
5/4/18
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, Cns-3128408#
fiCtitious business name
statement #277118
sor-County Clerk on 5/2/18. (Published in
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/4/18,
2 adoRabLe 1950's girl dolls ."Ginny"
doll Knock-offs. Stands & clothes. $20.
The following person is doing business 5/11/18, 5/18/18, 5/25/18).
Notice of Public Sales and More. san
JouRnaL
mateo daiLy as: Multiple Legal Business Services,
1308 Bayshore Hwy. Ste. 200, BURLIN-
(650)888-9314

80’s toPs Complete Factory Set All


GAME, CA 94010. Registered Owner: Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474.
Maria Constanza Munevar, 103 Water- 210 Lost & found
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. side Circle, Redwood City, CA 94065.
The business is conducted by an Individ- Lost Cat. Black and White. Black
a-team figuRines Plus Jeep $20
(650)591-9769 San Carlos
ual. The registrant commenced to trans- patch on right eye. REWARD.
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 act business under the FBN on 2000.
/s/Maria Constanza Munevar/
Call (323) 439-7713. CoLLeCtabLe memoRabiLLia from
the Bay Meadow. 9 items at $10 each.
This statement was filed with the Asses- books 650-346-9262 for inquiries.
Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com sor-County Clerk on 3/21/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/20/18, Lennox Red Rose, Unused, hand
James PatteRson hardback books. painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
4/27/18, 5/4/18, 5/11/18). 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861 $12.00. (650) 578 9208.
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298 Collectibles 304 Furniture 310 Misc. For Sale 316 Clothes 318 Sports Equipment Garage Sales
MILLER LITE Neon sign , work good IKEA dRESSER, black, 3 shelf. 23" x COSTCO PLAy Pen with travel bag. dAwGS BRANd Kaymann black and ONE dOzEN Official League Diamond
$59 call (650)218-6528 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. Used once $35 (650)591-2981 white snake print loafers size 7 (9.3”) $25 Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger

MUSICAL dOLL in a Box! "Soft Impres- IKEA TABLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. dRUM -déCOR ONLY Brass cylinder &
(650)369-2486 (650)771-6324. GARAGE SALES
sions" Porcelain/Bisque.Mint.
Cond. $5. (650)888-9314
$ 30. (650)598-9804. fittings, wood frame. Has age. $25.00
(650)344-4756
FAUx FUR Coat Woman's brown multi
color in excellent condition 3/4
PRINCE TENNIS 2 section nylon black
Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket-
ESTATE SALES
LOVE CHAIR, velour, tan. $45. length $50 (650)692-8012 $55.(650)341-8342
SCARLETT O'HARA Doll. by "Gambina" (808)631-1365. LIONEL CHRISTMAS Holiday expan- Make money, make room!
Mint condition. 12" ht.. $10. (650)888- sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 GENUINE LAdIES Mink Fur Jacket, TOTAL GyM XLS, excellent condition.
9314 NEw dELUxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must LIONEL wESTERN Union Pass car and
$50.00 Call: (650)368-0748. Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
(650)588-0828
List your upcoming
Sell! (650) 875-8159. dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
STAR wARS Action figure: Qui-Gon
Jinn (Jedi Knight), mint-in package. $10
GOLF SHOES, FootJoy, black & white
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335 Garden Equipment
100 THINGS for little children to do on a SEwING STORAGE cabinet, Custom SILK SAREE 6 yards new nice color.for NEw wITH tags Wool or cotton Men's in your local newspaper.
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$15.00 (650)544-5306
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shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
340 Camera & Photo Equip.
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433
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Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 sion great piece great condition black Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171 like new. $45. (808)863-1136.
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TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
TRAIN-COLOR PRINT by John Hugh
302 Antiques Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
Coker $50 Call (650)344-4756 318 Sports Equipment VIVITAR V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and OPEN HOUSE
X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
(925)482-5742 original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
MAHOGANy ANTIqUE Secretary desk,
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev-
UNIdEN HARLEy Davidson Gas Tank
phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
15 SF Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds,
Jeff Kent, JT Snow. 6' x 2.5' Unused. $4
(650)583-6636 LISTINGS
TABLE 24"x48" folding legs each end. each. $35 all. (650)588-1946 San Bruno
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
$130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
wATER STORAGE TANK, brand new, 345 Medical Equipment List your Open House
275 gallons. 48" x 46" x 39" $155. BOw FLEx Max Trainer M-3-Very Good in the Daily Journal.
303 Electronics (650)771-6324 Condition, Like New, Assembled, Paid FREE MEdICAL CARRy chair 12 inch
THREE INCH egg crate foam twin bed wheels. (650)226-3592 Belmont
$1200 asking $800 Call Michael
ANTARES dOLLARS Bill Changer ma- mattress for sound sleep, perfect condi- Reach over 83,450
chines never used for small bus. $95 tion, $20, 650-595-3933 311 Musical Instruments (650)784-1061.
FREE MIdLINE SEMI electric hospital potential home buyers &
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Like new. $15.00 (650)588-0842
BLAUPUNKT AM/FM/Cd Radio and Re- from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341 ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call from South San Francisco
ceiver with Detachable Face asking (650)742-6776. CAMPING TENT, pop up sleeps 2-3 HOMEdICS dUAL Shiatsu Massage to Palo Alto.
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CHROMATIC HARMONICA: Horner Like new. $70.00 (650)588-0842
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oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
MOTOROLA BRAVO MB 520 (android wALL UNIT/ROOM Divider. Simple
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card Belmont (650)595-8855 $25.(650)712-9962 leave message condition, Black, Full Kit, Light Use, $425 Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
ONKyO AV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital wALNUT CHEST, small (4 drawer with
Call Paul (650)218-6706. GOLF BAG travel protector, black, $5; 470 Rooms
Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 (650)591-9769
EPIPHONE LES Paul 100th
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 Anniversary Custom Electric Guitar. HIP HOUSING
wOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x GOLF bag with 22 clubs. Great for peo-
Mint. $600.00 650 421 5469 ple just learning to play. $90 (650)592- Non-Profit Home Sharing Program
SAMSUNG FLAT TV 20" ex.co.incl. 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 San Mateo County
VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 2648
FENdER MUSTANG I guitar amplifier (650)348-6660
306 Housewares 70 watts 8-guitar settings.with cover. GOLF BALLS, good condition, 100 for
304 Furniture $80. (650)421-5469 $10; (650)591-9769
COMPLETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor
2 wALNUT 3-drawer nitestands. Tops Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, FENdER MUSTANG ll guitar amplifier GOLF CLUBS {13}, Bag, & Pull Cart all-- 515 Office Space
need work but very good cond. $20/ea 20-pieces in original box, never used. 110 watts 8-guitar settings, with cover. $90.00 (650)341-8342
(650)952-3466. $250 per box (3 boxes available). $130.00 (650)421-5469
(650)342-5630 GOLF CLUBS, used set with Cart for -VIRTUAL OFFICES-
FOR SALE: Epiphone Les Paul Cus- $50. (650)593-4490 $59 - $150
ANTIqUE dINING table for six people
with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 CRySTAL (LEAdEd glass) lamp $30. tom Prophecy Electric Guitar. Mint. HEALTH RIdER. Exercise machine. Ex-
Can send picture. (650)464-7860 $625.00. (650)421-5469. cellent condition. $95. San Bruno. *Business Internet *Phone Answering
ANTIqUE MOHAGANy Bookcase. Four (650)794-0839 *Conference Rooms *Offices
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. GRILLING wOK stir fry. high quality HUGE LUdwIG Drum Set Silver Sparkle *Complete IT Services * Mail
steel. Brand new $27 contact 650 592- & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian MEN'S ROSSIGNOL Skis. $95.00,
ARMCHAIR GOOd condition $55. 2648 Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $4,300 good condition, (650)341-0282. (650) 373-2000
(650)266-3184 (650)369-8013. Bay Area Executive Offices
JULISKA HANd-CRAFTEd 6 7/16" wOMAN’S SKI Boots, Nordica, size 8 www.bayareaoffices.com
BEdSTEAd SINGLE, poster style, box plates. 2 bxs, of 4 ea. NEW $15.00 PIANO, UPRIGHT, in excellent condi- $30 (650)592-2047.
spring, mattress available. $40.00. (650)344-4756 tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769
(650)593-7408
KITCHEN CRAFT Cutter with five differ- PIANO-1955 BALdwIN Acrosonic 36”
BEIGE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition ent cones, brand new, 5 different knives. High, Free for anyone to pick-up
(650) 315-2319 $35 contact 650-592-2648 (650)295-9121.
BUNK BEdS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 LACE TABLECLOTH. 84" x 64". Like UPRIGHT PIANO. In tune. Fair condi-
years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or new and lovely. Rarely used. $35. San tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886.
B/O (650)685-2494 Bruno. (650)794-0839
VINTAGE LINGERIE Washboard circa
COMMOdE, GOOd condition. $20 obo. SINK dOUBLE cast iron. Good condi- 1920’s The Zinc King #703. Suitable for
Please call (650)745-6309 tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 strumming $50 (650)369-2486
COMPUTER dESK (glass) & chair. Like
new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or
308 Tools yAMAHA ACOUSTIC Guitar, model
FG830 electric. $400.00 (650)421-5469
gtecher@comcast.net ANTIqUE IRON Hand Drills. 3 available
at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron zILJIAN CyMBALS with stands, 21”
COMPUTER dESK For sale $99 ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99
(650)520-4650 CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" (916)826-5964
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
COMPUTER SwIVEL CHAIR. Padded
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 SHOPSMITH MARK V 50th Anniversary
most attachments. $1,500/OBO. 312 Pets & Animals
dESK, Gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. (650)504-0585
(650)458-3578 AIRLINE CARRIER for cats, pur. from
VINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
1947. $60. (650)245-7517 (505)228-1480 local.
dINING ROOM SET - Cherry Wood
(Looks Like Mahogany), two extra VINTAGE SHOPSMITH and BANd ONE KENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
leaves, Seats up to 10. $800 or best of- SAw, good shape. $300/obo. Call mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
fer. (650)591-6331. Call afternoons or (650)342-6993 (650)593-2066
evenings
PARROT CAGE, Steel, Large - approx
dINING TABLE (36"x54") and 4 match- 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for offer. (650)245-4084
$250 .(650)-654-1930.
309 Office Equipment
PET CARRIER for small dog or cat in ex-
LAPTOP CASE or bag. Black. Like new. cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349-
dRESSER 4-dRAwER in Belmont for Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564.
$75. Good condition; good for children. 6059
Call (650)678-8585
310 Misc. For Sale PET TAxI Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux
dRESSER w/MIRROR & chest, mid- Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for
century, blond/tan. Both for $99. Night- 500-600 BIG Band-era 78's--most mint, $25. Call (650)349-6059.
stands also available. SSF. (650)392- no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
4841
BESSy SMALL Evening Hand Bag With
316 Clothes
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER for $50. Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
5 BOxES male & female square dance
Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. BIFOLd SHUTTERS 2x28”x79 $10.00 clothing. Excellent Condition. As a
(650)726-4102 (650)544-5306 bunch $200 Maryann (650)574-4439.

FREE wOOdEN Bed frame, good condi- CASH REGISTER Parts; Much Skin Not BEAUTIFUL SILVER clutch evening
tion pictures available (650)322-9598 Guts $500 (415)269-4784 bag. Never used. $20 (650)794-0839
email tmckay1@sbcglobal.net
CORKS FOR wine bottles. New, never BOx OF used men's Levi's and misc.
GLIdER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- used. 5 bundles of 100 each. $50.00. jeans $99.00 or best offer fair condition
lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. (650)593-7408 (650)589-0764
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620 Automobiles 625 Classic Cars
MerCedeS 1974 450 SEL, One owner,
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on a trade-in or
low, $4,000 (650)375-1350.
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consignment! ACROSS
MerCedeS ‘79 450 SL with hard top.
Completely rebuilt. 20K obo. (650)851- 3 Rice dish 36 Org. using wands 50 Modern
0878 38 Aria, usually messages
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daily Journal’s
StudeBAker ’63 GT Hawk, 289 V8, superheroes 5 Set of related 39 Royal 51 End of a giant
Auto-Trans, Electric Spark, Fun Driver,
Auto Classifieds. $8,500 (510)468-1839 6 Paper items documents annoyance? sequence
10 Rock-blasting 6 Optimism 42 Biblical brother 52 Nail-filing
635 Vans equipment 43 Orator’s skill abrasive
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craigslist for pics. 46 Farming prefix 57 Watchers
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from South SF to 17 Origami 9 Fa-la link 48 Top dog pro
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20 Victorian, e.g. 11 “The Piano” extra
21 Erelong 12 Publicity video
BMW ‘11 328i Coupe, M package, white
645 Boats 22 Physicist who left 13 Peaceful protest
black, $12,700. (650)302-5523 2003 P-15 West Wight Potter sailboat, Italy in 1938 to 18 Electrical supply
excellend condition. $4,500. Call
CheVrolet ‘86 ASTROVAN, 63K (650)347-2559 protect his 22 Symbols of
miles, $3800 (650)481-5296
Jewish wife wealth
CheVY ‘10 HHR . 68K. EXCELLENT MAliBu 24 ft with tower. Completely re-
CONDITION. $8888. (650)274-8284. built and re-finished. Boat and Motor. 23 Exhaust from the 24 Bitter
20K obo. (650)851-0878. carnival food 25 Meat cut
CheVY 2007 Malibu 4-Door Sedan Grey
200K Miles Excellent condition Premier SeA rAY 16 Ft . I/B. $1,200. Needs tent? 26 Exit __
coated protection $1,800 (650)871-8596 Upholstery. Call (650)898-5732.
27 Hand over 29 Penalty caller
CheVY hhr ‘08 - Grey, spunky car 670 Auto Service 28 Small wake maker 30 Talkative “Winnie
loaded, even seat warmers, $9,500.
(408)807-6529. 29 Cowboy, at times the Pooh”
dodge ‘99 MAintenAnCe Van, , AA SMog 32 Scary beach character
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(650)481-5296 $29.75 plus certificate fee 37 Pitcher with no 32 Able
(most cars)
got An older 869 California Drive . arms 33 Lazybones
CAr, BoAt, or rV? Burlingame 38 Backbone 34 Unappealing
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Donate it to the 41 Garment tailored
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hYundAi 2013 Tucson Limited Edi-
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tion, heated front seats, sun Services 45 Story
roof/moon roof, leather interior 78k
miles excellent condition $14,000 786 El Camino Real 47 Divisive
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0671. (415)588-8993 politician?
53 Filmmaker born
MAzdA ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con-
Konigsberg
dition One owner Fully loaded Low 670 Auto Parts 54 Barbarian
miles reduced $16,995 obo (650)520-
4650 BridgeStone AlenzA 235/65R17,
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$50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty, from “Mortgage
used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
MAzdA 2016 Sky Active one owner per- Association”
fect condition 4DR Silver Low miles
$19,995 OBO (650)520-4650
PeerleSS tire Chains, used a few
times. Fits several sizes P165-225. $20
58 Glasses, in
obo. (650)745-6309 adspeak
MerCedeS ‘98 E320, very clean,
sil.ver, $164K miles, $3,200 (650)302- White StAr Tire Chains, never used. 59 Boldness, and a
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toYotA ’12 Rav 4, Sport, Silver, 52k 680 Autos Wanted puzzle answers
miles, 1 owner, $13,950.00 (650)212-
6666 Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
62 Yonder thing
Novas, running or not 63 Hawaiian island
Parts collection etc.
625 Classic Cars So clean out that garage 64 She turned
Give me a call
Joe 650 342-2483
Odysseus’ crew
CAdillAC ‘85 Classic El Dorado
44,632 original miles. Needs body work to swine
and headliner $2,975 OBO (650)218- 65 Antoinette
4681.
preposition
CheVY ‘55 BEL AIR 2 door, Standard
Transmission V8 Motor, non-op $22,000 66 Highland hats
obo. (650)952-4036. 67 Toys on strings

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CheVY ‘86 CorVette. Automatic.
93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800
obo. (650) 952-4036.
CorVette ‘69 350 4-SPeed. 50k
1 Tea and cake
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05/04/18
MileS. $19,000 OBO or trade for ‘50 purveyor
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Armenian capital calm after protests end — but at what cost?
premier nominated by one-third of the law-
By Yuras Karmanau and David Keyton
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS makers in parliament — support that
Pashinian claims to have.
YEREVAN, Armenia — After weeks of rau- Pashinian then called on demonstrators
cous protests, the streets of the Armenian to cease their protests.
capital suddenly calmed Thursday and the In an interview Thursday with the
ruling party confirmed it would back an Associated Press, party deputy head Armen
opposition leader to become prime minister Ashotyan reaffirmed the deal for the vote
next week. that is to be held Tuesday in parliament.
The opposition lawmaker who led the “We had two criteria to assist any candi-
protests in Yerevan, Nikol Pashinian, date. The first is a necessary threshold of
called for them to stop Thursday following signatures ... The second is to calm down
the concession by the ruling party. the situation on the streets, not blocking
But the deal leaves the ruling Republican interstate roads, airports, etc.,” he said. “So
Party with a solid majority in parliament, the man who could cope with these criteria
suggesting that real change in the land- is considered to be Nikol Pashinian.”
locked former Soviet republic that is a key Ashotyan said if the streets stay calm “as
Russian ally could still be far away. agreed, we will assist his election.”
Many protesters were still skeptical. Yet once Pashinian takes the post,
“We just let off steam and didn’t achieve Armenia’s political dynamics will become
anything yet — the Republicans stay in complicated. Ashotyan said the Republican
power and the old system won’t change,” party would “consider itself the opposi-
said Bagram Oganian, a university instruc- tion” despite retaining a majority of law-
tor who a day earlier was among those makers in parliament.
blocking the capital’s airport. “In my personal opinion, there is no way
In a move to calm the turmoil that has of any cooperation with new political REUTERS
gripped Armenia for weeks, the Republican forces,” he said. “We will not be part of this A man walks on the street in Yerevan, Armenia.
Party said it would support any candidate for government.”
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