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County seeks way to address parking crunch
Officials scope unincorporated neighborhood permit program
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF “These are neighborhoods where
County officials are starting talks
those parking from the outside creates a bit of
with residents to explore permit pro- a challenge for the folks living in the neighborhood.”
grams in an effort to address concerns — Joe LoCoco, deputy director of the
about a parking crunch in some unin- San Mateo County Deputy Public Works Department
corporated neighborhoods.
Whether they are close to schools or age of street parking spots in their LoCoco said the feedback the county
businesses with clients who park on neighborhoods, said Joe LoCoco, has received may warrant a closer look
nearby neighborhood streets, a hand- deputy director of the San Mateo by planners to study the factors at play
ful of residents in areas of unincorpo- County Deputy Public Works when residents of neighborhoods like
rated San Mateo County have voiced Department. Selby Park, Menlo Oaks and a stretch ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL
support for looking at a permitting Though their feedback isn’t neces- County officials are exploring the possibility of creating
of Airport Street near Princeton on the
program to limit long-term parking to sarily a sign demand for parking has residential parking programs in the unincorporated areas —
residents after they observed a short- increased in the neighborhoods, See PARKING, Page 18 including North Fair Oaks.

ZERO-TOLERANCE POLICY
City scopes
short-term
rental rules
Regulations talk brought by community
uproar following unruly party in Millbrae
By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Following through on their commitment to residents
concerned by a raucous and dangerous house party, Millbrae
officials are weighing new regulations for the short-term
rental market.
The Millbrae City Council will discuss Tuesday, March 8,
policies addressing home rentals hosted through online
platforms such as Airbnb or other similar websites.
The discussion comes in the wake of community uproar
REUTERS
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions holds a news conference next to the U.S. Mexico border wall to discuss immigration
enforcement actions near San Diego. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said it would refer all arrests for illegal entry See RULES Page 18
to federal prosecutors, throwing its weight behind Sessions’ policy announced last month to vastly expand criminal
School district exercising
prosecutions of people with few or no previous offenses. A conviction for illegal entry carries a maximum penalty of six months
in custody for first-time crossers, though they usually do far less time, and two years for repeat offenses. STORY PAGE 5

Half Moon Bay councilman resigns eminent domain process
High school officials push legal process to
Rick Kowalczyk will leave his post in June after more than eight years of service acquire Burlingame land for new campus
By Zachary Clark for 8 1/2 years and to see him go,” said Mayor Deborah
as mayor for two Penrose. “He’s been extremely sup- By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
terms. His resigna- portive of our Latino community and
Longtime Half Moon Bay tion will be effec- of large projects like our library and
tive June 8. has been especially strong on fiscal San Mateo Union High School District officials are suing
Councilman Rick Kowalczyk
“He’s a great per- responsibility. I’m sad to see him go, to acquire through eminent domain a piece of a land in
announced his resignation from the
son and council- but I know he’ll continue to be active Burlingame where they would prefer to build a new continu-
City Council Monday, citing “deeply
man, he provided a in the community.” ation school.
personal reasons” for his decision,
great point of view Attorneys representing the school district filed Friday,
according to a press release.
Kowalczyk has served on the council Rick Kowalczyk and I’m very sorry See RICK, Page 20 See DISTRICT, Page 20

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2 Tuesday • May 8, 2018 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day
“The biggest big business in America is not steel,
automobiles, or television. It is the manufacture,
refinement and distribution of anxiety.”
— Eric Sevareid, American news commentator

This Day in History
David R. Berkowitz pleaded guilty in

1978 a Brooklyn courtroom to murder,
attempted murder and assault in con-
nection with the “Son of Sam” shoot-
ings that claimed six lives and terri-
fied New Yorkers. (Berkowitz was sentenced to six consecu-
tive life prison terms.)
In  1 4 2 9 , the Siege of Orleans during the Hundred Years’
War ended as English troops withdrew after being defeated
by French forces under Joan of Arc.
In  1 5 4 1 , Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto reached the
Mississippi River.
In  1 6 6 0 , the British Parliament moved to restore the
monarchy by declaring that Charles II had been the coun-
try’s lawful king since the execution of his father, Charles I,
in 1649.
In  1 7 9 4 , Antoine Lavoisier, the father of modern chem-
istry, was executed on the guillotine during France’s Reign
of Terror.
In  1 8 8 4 ,   the 33rd president of the United States, Harry S.
Truman, was born in Lamar, Missouri. REUTERS
In  1 9 2 1 , Sweden’s Parliament voted to abolish the death Cast member Richard Dreyfuss signs autographs at the premiere for the movie ‘Book Club’ in Los Angeles.
penalty.
In  1 9 4 5 , President Harry S. Truman announced on radio
that Nazi Germany’s forces had surrendered, and that “the In other news ...
flags of freedom fly all over Europe.” P a y s t a r were also injured and taken to a hospi-
In  1 9 5 8 , Vice President Richard Nixon was shoved, Paroled sex offender in RV chase Bkhchadzhyan was tal.
stoned, booed and spat upon by anti-American protesters in charged with kidnap and abuse sentenced to four The California Highway Patrol says
Lima, Peru. LOS ANGELES — A paroled sex years and nine the ambulance was carrying a female
In  1 9 6 2 , the musical comedy “A Funny Thing Happened offender arrested two days after he led months in prison patient. What the woman was being
on the Way to the Forum” opened on Broadway. police on a wild RV chase with his Monday and was transported for was not immediately
In 1 9 7 3 , militant American Indians who had held the South young children has been charged with ordered to pay more released.
Dakota hamlet of Wounded Knee for ten weeks surrendered. kidnapping, assault and a slew of than $318, 000 in Officials did not say if the ambu-
other criminal counts. restitution to lance had its emergency lights and
Birthdays The Los Angeles County District
Attorney’s Office said Monday that
Paris Hilton Hilton’s banks and
credit card compa-
siren activated.
nies. In a deal with prosecutors, she
Stephen Houk also faces charges
pleaded guilty in November to con- Raccoon family drops through
including child abuse, injuring a
spouse, fleeing police, and assault spiracy to commit bank fraud. ceiling of Michigan home
with a firearm. In an unusual move in such cases,
the 37-year-old heiress showed up at SHERIDAN TOWNSHIP, Mich. — A
The 46-year-old was set to be family of raccoons created a chaotic
arraigned later Monday. It’s unclear the downtown Los Angeles courthouse
in a business suit and sunglasses to scene when they fell through a ceiling
whether he’s obtained an attorney. and into the living room of a
Prosecutors are asking for $1 mil- give a victim impact statement.
Authorities said in charging docu- Michigan home.
lion bail. The Jackson Citizen Patriot reports
ments that the defendant also stole
Actor David Keith Singer Enrique Drummer Patrick Houk was arrested Thursday after that a homeowner in Sheridan
nude photos of Hilton, but the pictures
is 64. Iglesias is 43. Meese is 35. being on the run for two days. He Township sought help Friday after the
were not part of the plea.
escaped into a Bakersfield orchard raccoons fell from an attic. Police and
Naturalist Sir David Attenborough is 92. Singer Toni after leading police on a 100-mile
Tennille is 78. Actor James Mitchum is 77. Country singer chase in his motor home that began in
Five injured after ambulance firefighters easily picked up the four
baby raccoons, but the mother eluded
Jack Blanchard is 76. Jazz musician Keith Jarrett is 73. Actor Hollywood. flips on side during crash capture.
Mark Blankfield is 70. Singer Philip Bailey (Earth, Wind and Houk’s 11-month-old and 3-year-old SAN LORENZO — Authorities in She bit a responder’s gloves before
Fire) is 67. Rock musician Chris Frantz (Talking Heads) is 67. children were inside the RV. They Northern California say five people hiding in a closet. The Albion
Rockabilly singer Billy Burnette is 65. Rock musician Alex weren’t hurt. were hospitalized after an ambulance Department of Public Safety posted
Van Halen is 65. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is 57. that was transporting a patient to a video of the response on its Facebook
Actress Melissa Gilbert is 54. Rock musician Dave Rowntree
Paris Hilton appears in hospital flipped on its side when a car page.
(Blur) is 54. Country musician Del Gray is 50. Rock singer court for hacker’s sentencing crashed against it.
Police said in a statement that a dog
The East Bay Times reports the
Darren Hayes is 46. Blues singer-musician Joe Bonamassa is LOS ANGELES — Paris Hilton made catcher pole was used to collar the rac-
ambulance patient is in critical condi-
41. Actor Matt Davis is 40. Singer Ana Maria Lombo (Eden’s an appearance in federal court for the coon. No people or animals were
tion after the collision Monday in San
sentencing of a hacker who authori- injured in the incident.
Crush) is 40. Actor Elyes Gabel is 35. Actor Domhnall Lorenzo. The driver of the car, a para-
Gleeson is 35. Actress Julia Whelan is 34. Actress Nora ties say used her bank and credit card medic and two emergency workers The raccoons were taken away and
information to run up huge bills. released into the wild.
Anezeder is 29.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Tuesday • May 8, 2018 3
County elections process enters a new age Police reports
Theme park
Mail ballots, vote centers mark changes in June primary election A vehicle was unmoved for more than
two weeks on Catamaran Street in
By Anna Schuessler across the county between May 26 and an extended period of time,” he said. Foster City, it was reported at 3 p.m.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Election Day, voters will not only be able Ensuring the centers are staffed with Thursday, May 3.
to cast their vote at their convenience but employees trained on the new procedures
Elections officials turned plans into they will also benefit from new technology and technology is another challenge, said
action Monday when they began distribut- allowing elections officials to print the bal- Church. He said his office is mailing the SAN CARLOS
ing close to 400,000 vote-by-mail ballots lot for their precinct at any of the 39 centers vote-by-mail ballots in Chinese, English
that will eventually be open before June 5. Sus pended l i cens e. A Redwood City resi-
and opened vote centers to San Mateo and Spanish so all voters should have them dent was cited and released on a promise to
County residents as the countdown to the Church said each center’s access to a county by next week, adding that they can use a
database will allow officials to call ballots appear in court for driving with a suspended
June 5 primary begins. tool on the Elections Office’s website to license on Holly Street and Industrial Road,
Just 29 days before Election Day, county up when a voter arrives and either print or track and confirm the status of their ballots.
allow them to fill it out on an electronic it was reported at 11:30 p.m. Monday, April
officials were in the midst of sending waves Though Church acknowledged the elec- 22.
of vote-by-mail ballots to all registered voting machine.
tion also signals shifts to the security Arres t. A transient was arrested for refusing
voters in the county and opening the doors “That’s a significant increase in early vot- measures used as well, he said officials are
ing opportunities that we have for the vot- to cooperate with a deputy, fled and then
to four vote centers located in the north, following best practices, including using a proceeded to give a false name when the
central and southern parts of the county as ers here in San Mateo County,” he said. closed, encrypted system not connected to officers made contact with her on White Oak
they implement recently-passed statewide Also new in this election is voters’ abili- internet, to ensure all votes are cast secure- Road, it was reported at 11:18 a.m. Sunday,
changes aimed at increasing voter participa- ty to conditionally register to vote at cen- ly.
ters after the registration deadline passes, April 21.
tion. “Voters can vote with a sense of confi-
said Church. Those who register to vote at Petty theft. An unknown person stole
The June election will mark the first one dence knowing their votes are processed
centers will have the option of casting a scrap wood and tools valued at $50 on
conducted under the Voter’s Choice Act, accurately and securely here in San Mateo
ballot, which will be counted if their eligi- Industrial Road, it was reported at 4:30 a.m.
which ushers in increased opportunities for County,” he said.
bility is later verified. Church added those Sunday, April 21.
voters to cast their ballots, bolsters the Vote centers are now open in four loca-
resources available to voters with disabili- with disabilities will also have increased
ties and leverages technology to ensure a opportunities to cast their votes, adding tions throughout the county. A South San SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
those with visual impairment may download Francisco location is open at the South San Petty theft. Someone stole items from a
voter’s ballot is available at multiple loca- Francisco Public Library, 840 W. Orange
tions, said Mark Church, San Mateo a ballot, mark their votes on a screen-read- bar on Grand Avenue, it was reported at
able format on their personal computers and Ave. A San Mateo location is open at the
County’s chief elections officer. 10:58 p.m. Thursday, April 26.
send them by mail. Registration and Elections Division Office,
“The Voter’s Choice Act increases voters’ Fraud. Someone was the victim of fraud on
40 Tower Road. A Redwood City location is
opportunities, expands early voting and But the changes don’t come without chal- open on the first floor of the Assessor- Arroyo Drive, it was reported at 10:40 p.m.
makes voting easy and convenient,” he lenges, said Church, who noted his office County Clerk-Recorder Office, 555 County Thursday, April 26.
said. has been working to find vote center loca- Center. An East Palo Alto location is open Sto l en v ehi cl e. A vehicle was stolen
Instead of reminding themselves to tions close to public transportation and at the Lewis and Joan Platt East Palo Alto from a vehicle rental business on South
request a vote-by-mail ballot or squeezing accessible to minority and low-income Family YMCA, City Room, 555 Bell St. Canal Street, it was reported at 3:17 p.m.
in a trip to their designated polling place on communities and at venues that could be Additional locations will open May 26 and Thursday, April 26.
Election Day, county voters will have the available for voting in the days leading up June 2. Visit smcacre.org or call a toll-free Di s turbance. A disturbance occurred at a
opportunity to mail in ballots mailed to to the election for the past year to pull off hotline at (888) 872-8683 for center hours grocery store on Gellert Boulevard, it was
them with postage-paid return envelopes or the changes. and more information. reported at 1:59 p.m. Thursday, April 26.
visit one of the four vote centers opened “There are a number of logistical chal-
this week in South San Francisco, San lenges in satisfying the criteria set forth in
Mateo, Redwood City and East Palo Alto. the statute relative to the location of these
With another 35 vote centers to open centers and the negotiation of the leases for

Eva Lorraine Gill Obituary
Eva Lorraine Gill, born March 18, 1927,
died peacefully April 26, 2018, at the Villa At Lorraine’s request, there will be no
at Castro Valley where services.
she had been a resident
for a year. She was a As a public serv ice, the Daily Journal
longtime Redwood City prints obituaries of approx imately 200
resident and employee of words or less with a photo one time on a
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Candidates for governor jockey for second place
By Jonathan J. Cooper said Bill Whalen, a care — a plan to provide Newsom said. “Not reck-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS research fellow at the g o v e r n m e n t - f un de d lessness, but risk-tak-
Hoover Institution at insurance to everyone in ing.”
SACRAMENTO — In California’s first Stanford University and the state. Newsom has An April poll by the
incumbent-free race for governor since vot- speechwriter for former staked out the left lane, Public Policy Institute of
ers switched to a new primary system where Republican Gov. Pete aligning himself most California showed
the top two candidates advance regardless of Wilson. firmly with single-payer Newsom with a com-
party, nearly two dozen candidates are jock- Voters adopted the top supporters while his manding lead, supported
eying for a spot in the runoff, including five two-primary system in principal rivals — by 26 percent of likely
Democrats and two Republicans with deep Gavin Newsom 2010 in an attempt to Antonio Antonio Villaraigosa
John Chiang voters. Republican busi-
create a path for moder-
pockets or experience in politics. Villaraigosa and John Chiang — say nessman John Cox was
For now, the contest is a race for second ates to win elected office. they support the concept second at 15 percent, fol-
place. It was first used in a but insist Newsom is lowed by Villaraigosa at
Democrat Gavin Newsom is widely gubernatorial race in selling voters a fantasy 13 percent and GOP state
viewed as the front-runner, better known 2014, when Brown ran with too many political Assemblyman Travis
and better funded than his rivals looking for for re-election. and legal hurdles to pass Allen at 10 percent.
one of two tickets to the general election. While the candidates anytime soon. Chiang and former
Newsom announced plans to run for gov- will all be on the same Newsom, a former San schools superintendent
ernor in 2018 almost immediately after ballot, they’re speaking Francisco mayor, has Delaine Eastin were in
winning re-election as lieutenant governor to very different voters. leaned heavily on his the single digits while
four years ago and has been running ever Democrats are debating 2004 decision to issue Delaine Eastin 22 percent of voters said
John Cox who is best qualified to marriage licenses to gay they were undecided in
since to replace Jerry Brown, who is barred Travis Allen
by term limits from seeking a fifth term. stand up for California against President couples in San the survey of the 867 likely voters. It had a
“He’s beaten his opponent to the punch, Donald Trump. Republicans are relentlessly Francisco, which threw gasoline on a sim- margin of sampling error rate of 4.4 per-
be it on ideas, be it on message, be it on hammering taxes and immigration. mering culture war 11 years before the U.S. cent.
money. Being first. Every Democrat in the Among Democrats, no issue has motivat- Supreme Court ruled gays and lesbians could An accountant and former attorney who
race seems to be playing catch up to him,” ed the party’s base like single-payer health not be barred from marriage. owns thousands of apartment units, Cox
“I’ve got a has emphasized his business experience and
record of what he calls the corrupt influence of spe-
t a k i n g cial interests.
risks. I’ve “The people running are a bunch of politi-
got a record cians,” Cox said. “And I think people want
of being better management and a change in direc-
bold, and I tion, and that’s what I’m going to give
just feel like them.”
that’s what Villaraigosa, the former mayor of Los
y o u ’ r e Angeles and state Assembly speaker, is
going to focused on energizing Latinos, less affluent
need in your Democrats and unaffiliated voters strug-
next gover- gling to share in the state’s rising prosper-
n o r , ” ity.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL STATE/NATION Tuesday • May 8, 2018 5
Sessions: Zero-tolerance policy
may split families at border
By Elliot Spagat and places them in shel-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ters.
“We don’t want to sep-
arate families, but we
SAN DIEGO — A “zero-tolerance” policy
don’t want families to
toward people who enter the United States
come to the border ille-
illegally may cause families to be separated
gally and attempt to
while parents are prosecuted, U.S. Attorney
enter into this country
General Jeff Sessions said Monday.
improperly, ” Sessions
The U. S. Department of Homeland
Security said it would refer all arrests for Jeff Sessions said. “The parents are
subject to prosecution
illegal entry to federal prosecutors, throw- while children may not be. So, if we do our
ing its weight behind Sessions’ policy duty and prosecute those cases, then chil-
announced last month to vastly expand dren inevitably for a period of time might be
criminal prosecutions of people with few or in different conditions.”
no previous offenses. A conviction for ille- A heckler interrupted Sessions on a mega-
gal entry carries a maximum penalty of six phone, shouting, “Why are you doing this?
months in custody for first-time crossers, Do you have a heart?”
REUTERS though they usually do far less time, and two
A lava flow from the Kilauea volcano, moves on a street in Leilani Estates in Hawaii. Thomas Homan, U.S. Immigration and
years for repeat offenses. Customs Enforcement’s acting director, said
“If you cross the border unlawfully, then there is no “blanket policy” to separate fam-

Slopes of volcano offer lush, we will prosecute you. It’s that simple,”
Sessions told reporters on a mesa overlook-
ing the Pacific Ocean, where a border barrier
separating San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico
ilies as a way to deter others, echoing recent
comments by Homeland Security Secretary
Kirstjen Nielsen. But he said immigration

affordable piece of paradise
By Caleb Jones
juts out into the ocean.
Nearly one of every four Border Patrol
arrests on the Mexican border from October
The people here are largely self-sufficient through April was someone who came in a
authorities have long separated families if
they have reason to doubt the relationship
or if parent is prosecuted.
“Every law enforcement agency in this
country separates parents from children
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and understand the risks of their location. family, meaning any large increase in pros-
when they’re arrested for a crime,” Homan
Many cannot get homeowner’s insurance. ecutions is likely to cause parents to be sep- said alongside Sessions. “There is no new
PAHOA, Hawaii — As lava crawled down Griffith said that is the hardest part of arated from their children while they face policy. This has always been the policy.
Leilani Road in a hissing, popping mass, this lifestyle — they won’t be able to charges and do time in jail. Now, you will see more prosecutions
Cheryl Griffith stood in its path and placed recoup losses. Moments later, an explo- Children who are separated from their par- because of the attorney general’s commit-
a plant in a crack in the ground as an offer- sion came from a nearby burning house. ents would be put under supervision of the ment to zero tolerance.”
ing to the Native Hawaiian volcano god- Puna has thick jungle as well as dark U. S. Health and Human Services Advocacy groups blasted the moves as
dess, Pele. fields of lava rock from past eruptions. The Department, Sessions said. The depart- cruel and heartless, especially in cases
Griffith lives in Leilani Estates, a subdi- gently sloping volcano dips from its sum- ment’s Office of Refugee Resettlement where the family is seeking asylum in the
vision on the Big Island where molten rock mit to Puna’s white sand beaches and jagged releases children traveling alone to family United States.
from the Kilauea volcano has burst through sea cliffs.
the ground, destroying more than two The region has macadamia nut farms and
dozen homes and resulting in evacuation other agriculture along with multimillion-
University of California workers Around the state
orders for nearly 2,000 people. But the 61- dollar homes with manicured lawns. Other start three-day strike over pay Another 29, 000 nurses, pharmacists,
year-old did not leave. houses are modest, sitting on small lots
with old cars and trucks scattered about. SAN FRANCISCO — Thousands of custo- radiologists and other medical workers
“I love this place, and I’ve been around
the volcano for a while,” Griffith said. “I’m Homeowners use rainwater-catch tanks dians, security guards, gardeners and other heeded the service workers’ call for a sympa-
just not one to rush off.” and cesspools or septic tanks. Many rely service workers at University of California thy strike and will join the walkouts
campuses started a three-day strike Monday Tuesday and Wednesday, which is expected
For many people outside Hawaii, it’s hard on solar power, and some live entirely off to address pay inequalities and demand high-
to disrupt thousands of surgeries and other
to understand why anyone would risk living the electrical grid. er wages.
Sam Knox, 65, who was born in Hawaii appointments.
near an active volcano with such destruc-
Strikers gathered at sunrise on the 10 cam- Medical center officials said they would
tive power. But the slopes of Kilauea offer and now lives just a few hundred feet from a
continue to deliver essential patient care
affordable land and a lush rural setting that volcanic fissure, said he decided not to puses throughout the state, wearing green T-
services, but hundreds of surgeries and thou-
attract a hardy breed of independent people. leave, despite the nearby explosions and shirts and carrying signs that call for “equal-
sands of appointments were rescheduled last
The landscape contrasts sharply with the the lava being hurled into the sky and flow- ity, fairness, respect.”
The strike was called last week by week in anticipation of the strike.
state’s more expensive real estate on Oahu ing across his neighbor’s property.
AFSCME spokesman John de los Angeles
and Maui, and the bustling capital of “It was roaring sky high. It was incredi- American Federation of State, County and
said the union wants the university to stop
Honolulu. ble. . . . Rocks were flying out of the Municipal Employees Local 3299, which
represents 25,000 service workers, after the its outsourcing practices and address what it
Amber Makuakane, a 37-year-old teacher ground,” he said. Much of the area filled
and single mother of two, lost her three- with lava in just four hours. union and the university could not agree on describes as widening income, racial and
gender gaps for service workers.
bedroom house to the lava. She grew up Kilauea (pronounced kill-ah-WAY’-ah) is a new contract and mediation efforts failed.
here and lived in the house for nine years. one of the world’s most active volcanoes
Her parents also live in Leilani Estates. and has been erupting continuously since Obituary
“The volcano and the lava — it’s always 1983. There’s no indication when this par-
been a part of my life,” she said. “It’s dev- ticular lava flow might stop or how far it Cleone J. Damonte
astating ... but I’ve come to terms with it.” might spread. Scientists from the U. S.
On Sunday, some of the more than 1,700 Geological Survey expect the flow to con- December 27, 1926 – April 26, 2018
people who evacuated were allowed to tinue until more magma drains from the sys- Cleone Damonte (nee Freeman), 91, completed her life’s
return briefly to gather medicine, pets, and tem. journey April 26 at her longtime home in Belmont, California.
other necessities. They will be able to do so Knox has some belongings packed in She was pre-deceased by her husband of 65 years, John Batista
each day as long as authorities believe it is case he has to make a fast escape. in 2016 and son, Andrew John, in 2007.
safe. “I decided to stay because I wanted to Cleone enjoyed traveling the world and once skipped rope on
The subdivision lies within the Puna experience this in my life,” he said. “I’m the Great Wall of China. She was an avid reader, tennis player,
District, a region of mostly unpaved roads ready to actually evacuate, but if I don’t teacher, cook, gardener, and life of any party. Her sense of humor,
of volcanic rock about a 30-minute drive have to evacuate, I’m just going to keep twinkling eyes and infectious laugh will be remembered by all who were blessed with
from the coastal town of Hilo. Everyone in staying here because I don’t have no other her company.
the district lives on the volcano. home to go to.” The eldest of 8 sisters, Cleone was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and followed
her family to the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco upon graduating
from high school. She earned her Bachelors Degree at the University of California,
Obituary
Berkeley, where she met her husband, John. She continued her education at San
Francisco’s Lone Mountain College and went on to teach at Alamo Elementary in
Therese Marie Morasci Kennealy (Terry) San Francisco and San Mateo Knolls. Cleone was a longtime member of the San
February 2, 1948 – April 22, 2018 Mateo Women’s Club and was very active with the San Mateo Elks Lodge, where her
Native of Burlingame, CA; Resident of Nevada City, CA husband was a past Exalted Ruler. She was a passionate sports fan, rooting on her Cal
Wife of Robert F. Kennealy Bears, 49ers, Giants and Warriors, and when Wimbledon was on, everyone knew not
Mother of Phillip John Sanguinetti (AnaRaquel) and Lafayette to interrupt her.
Mathews (Matt) Sanguinetti (Gayle) Cleone is survived by sisters Liz Schmidt (Hal), Peggy Giannini (Frank), Dianne
Sister of Gregory George Morasci (Victoria), Christopher Joel Quirley (Chuck) and Nancy Freeman, and was pre-deceased by sisters Kathleen Bass
Morasci (Suzanne), Mary Lee (John McGee), Virginia Ann (Jim), Joan Gilmore (Hal) and Maryalice Generaux (George). She also leaves behind
(Marty Cattaneo) in-laws Ed and Bobbi Damonte and Bill Larsen, and was predeceased by Rose Larsen.
Grandmother of Christopher and Celine Sanguinetti Cleone had 21 nieces and nephews who will attest their lives are immeasurably richer,
Daughter of George Phillip (Deceased) and Hanorah Mathews Morasci and who all know how to properly set a table, thanks to their beloved Auntie Cleone.
Survived by 8 Nieces & nephews; 7- grand-nieces & nephews Those wishing to celebrate her life are invited to a memorial service Wednesday,
Education: Mercy High School, Burlingame Class of 1966, Holy Names College, May 9 at 11:00 am at Skylawn Memorial Park, located at Highway 92 and Skyline
Oakland Class of 1970; Postgraduate Notre Dame de Namur, Belmont Boulevard in San Mateo, followed by a lunch at the San Mateo Elks Lodge, 230 West
Additional information on www.tributes.com for Therese Marie Morasci Kennealy. 20th Avenue. At Cleone’s request, attendees are encouraged to wear bright colors.
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Around the nation
Report: Millions of tweets
Iran-Contra figure Oliver North
spread anti-Semitic messages
Millions of anti-Semitic messages on Twitter have spread
negative stereotypes and conspiracy theories about Jews
named president of the NRA
By Lisa Marie Pane
across the social media platform, according to a report
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Monday by the Anti-Defamation League.
ADL national director and CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said
the data showed many used Twitter as a “megaphone to ATLANTA — Retired Lt. Col. Oliver
harass and intimidate Jews.” North, the Marine at the center of the
An earlier report from the Jewish civil rights group said Iran-Contra affair three decades ago,
anti-Semitic incidents in the U.S. last year had reached the was named president Monday of the
highest tally it has counted in more than two decades. That National Rifle Association, giving it
increase appeared to be fueled by emboldened far-right star power as it faces a powerful back-
extremists as well as the “divisive state of our national dis- lash over the massacres in Florida and
course,” Greenblatt said in February. Las Vegas.
In the new report, the group estimated that about 3 mil- North’s appointment was ripped by
lion Twitter users posted or re-posted at least 4.2 million gun-control advocates who called his
anti-Semitic tweets in English over a 12-month period end- appointment symptomatic of an NRA
ing Jan. 28. The finding is based on a reviewed sample of tone-deaf given his role in the arms-
55,000 tweets and had a 3 percent margin of error, the trafficking scandal that engulfed the
report said. White House in the Reagan administra-
“Of course, 4.2 million tweets is a very small number out tion. Conservatives and gun-rights
of the trillions of tweets sent on the platform each year,” supporters hailed him as a patriot who
the report said. “But that does not negate the lived experi- will vigorously battle efforts to
ence of Jews who have found Twitter to be a toxic environ- restrict access to firearms.
REUTERS
ment.” North, 74, will be the biggest
celebrity to lead the 5-million-member Oliver North speaks at an NRA convention in Dallas, Texas.
University changes campus gun lobby since Hollywood leading that left 17 dead. of directors, which elects a president
man Charlton Heston, who famously “The election of Oliver North is the every two years, and is expected to
access policy for outside groups declared in 2000 that his guns would clearest sign yet that the NRA is floun- assume office within the next several
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — The University of Virginia is have to be taken “from my cold, dead dering in the face of plummeting pop- weeks. He succeeds Pete Brownell,
changing its policies for outside people or groups that want hands.” ularity, scrutiny into its Russia ties, who did not seek a second term.
to meet outdoors on college property — nearly nine “Oliver North is a legendary warrior and state lawmakers who are defying LaPierre remains as vice president
months after white nationalists led a torch-lit march for American freedom, a gifted commu- the gun lobby left and right,” said and chief executive, running the pow-
through campus. nicator and skilled leader,” NRA CEO John Feinblatt, president of erful group’s day-to-day operations.
According to a news release, the new policies that took Wayne LaPierre said. Everytown for Gun Safety, founded by North will lead the board, and NRA
effect Friday apply to anyone who wants to speak, make Momentum for gun control has former New York mayor and billionaire observers say they anticipate he will
announcements or distribute literature on the campus. been building since the mass shoot- Michael Bloomberg. “The NRA does- take on a more public role in the style
Unaffiliated people must make reservations to use certain ing in Las Vegas last fall that killed n’t need a new leader—it needs an of Heston, a fiery presence who used
designated locations, on certain days and during certain 58 people and the Feb. 14 rampage entirely new direction.” his acting background to energize
hours. at a Parkland, Florida, high school North was picked by the NRA’s board members.
The news release doesn’t directly address the campus
march, which took place the night before a larger rally of
white nationalists in Charlottesville’s downtown.
University President Teresa Sullivan said in a statement
Trump on his CIA choice: ‘Too tough on terror’ for Dems?
that UVA is committed to free speech and the “safety and By Deb Riechmann smiling Haspel told that is at the root of their concern.
security of every member of this community.” THE ASSOCIATED PRESS reporters as she “My highly respected nominee for
breezed into the CIA Director, Gina Haspel, has come
Zimmerman charged with WASHINGTON — CIA nominee Gina office of Sen. Joe under fire because she was too tough on
Haspel tried to convince skeptical Manchin, D-W.Va., Terrorists,” Trump tweeted. “Think of
stalking Trayvon film investigator Democrats on Monday that she’s the referring to the that, in these very dangerous times, we
SANFORD, Fla. — Authorities say George Zimmerman right person to lead the spy agency, upcoming hearing have the most qualified person, a
threatened a private investigator working for a documentary just two days after she offered to step before the Senate woman, who Democrats want OUT
filmmaker. aside amid heavy criticism of her role intelligence com- because she is too tough on terror.”
Court records show Zimmerman was issued a summons for in the agency’s brutal interrogation Gina Haspel mittee. One administration official acknowl-
a May 30 arraignment on a charge of misdemeanor stalk- program at black sites overseas. President Donald edged that Trump might have strayed
ing. Haspel, who is acting CIA director, Trump tweeted strong support, say- from agreed-to talking points, but said
A sheriff’s report says the investigator contacted had told the White House she didn’t ing she was “tough on terror.” That that reflected Trump’s frustration with
Zimmerman in September on behalf of Michael Gasparro, want to stay in contention if her bruis- puzzled some of her critics who think Democrats and a desire to get Haspel
who is making a documentary on Trayvon Martin. The ing confirmation battle this week Trump’s comment won’t help, and installed as CIA director. The hope,
series is being produced by rapper Jay-Z. would jeopardize the agency. But she could even hamper efforts to woo too, is that the president’s comments
Court records show the private investigator received 55 left no doubt on Monday that she’s in Democrats’ support. It’s Haspel’s will motivate Republicans to back her
phone calls, 67 text messages, 36 voicemails and 27 the fight to stay. role in the harsh treatment of terror up at Wednesday’s hearing and the like-
emails from Zimmerman in December. “Looking forward to Wednesday,” a suspects after the Sept. 11 attacks ly subsequent vote by the full Senate.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Tuesday • May 8, 2018 7
Four women accuse New
York AG of physical abuse
By Deepti Hajela she was too
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS frightened to
come forward. A
fourth woman
NEW YORK — New York s a i d
Attorney General Eric Sch n ei derman
Schneiderman, whose office has slapped her
taken on a high-profile role in the when she
fight against sexual misconduct, rebuffed him,
was physically violent with four but also asked
women he was romantically Eric
involved with, according to their Schneiderman to remain
un i de n t i f i e d.
accounts which were published on The New Yorker said it vetted the
Monday in The New Yorker. third woman’s allegations, and
Two women spoke on the record, saw a photo of what the fourth
saying Schneiderman repeatedly woman said was her injury.
hit them during the course of their The two women who spoke on
relationships with him in recent the record, Michelle Manning
years, and never with their con- Barish and Tanya Selvaratnam,
sent. Neither woman filed any both said the physical abuse esca-
police complaints, but both said lated over time, including choking
they sought out medical attention and hitting, and that
REUTERS FILE PHOTO and confided in people close to Schneiderman also was a heavy
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani speaks at the 2018 Iran Freedom Convention. them about the abuse. drinker. The Associated Press is
A third woman who also was identifying the women because

As headlines swirl, Trump involved with him told her story
to the other two women, but said
they agreed to tell their stories
publicly.

is frustrated with Giuliani about private discussions. tial campaign.
Donald Trump signals cooperative
By Jonathan Lemire
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Trump also expressed annoy-
ance that Giuliani’s theatrics have
After Trump chided Giuliani on approach with Mueller is fading
Friday, saying the lawyer needed THE ASSOCIATED PRESS s i o n a l
breathed new life into the Daniels to “get his facts straight,” the for-
NEW YORK — President Donald story and extended its lifespan. Republicans in
Trump is growing increasingly mer mayor put out a statement try- WASHINGTON — President power or force
It’s a concern shared by Trump ing to clarify his remarks. But in
irritated with lawyer Rudy allies who think Giuliani is only Donald Trump signaled a more con- him to face an
Giuliani’s frequently off-message weekend interviews, Giuliani frontational legal strategy against aggressive
generating more legal and politi- appeared to dig himself a deeper
media blitz, in which he has mud- cal trouble for the White House. the special counsel’s Russia probe De m o c r a t i c
died the waters on hush money hole by acknowledging that on Monday, ripping into what he majority.
Giuliani, the newest addition to “Cohen takes care of situations
paid to porn actress Stormy the president’s legal team, first dismissed as an investigation into a Trump’s new
Daniels and made claims that could like this, then gets paid for them “made up, phony crime.” lawyer, former
rattled the White House last week sometimes.” He did not rule out the
complicate the president’s stand- when he sat for interviews on Fox His series of tweets were fresh Robert Mueller New York City
ing in the special counsel’s Russia possibility that Cohen had paid evidence that the cooperative Mayor Rudy
News and seemed to contradict off other women.
probe. Trump’s previous statements by approach with special counsel Giuliani, has used a string of media
Trump has begun questioning saying the president was aware of Trump, who has denied the affair Robert Mueller that had been advo- appearances over the past week to
whether Giuliani, the former New the October 2016 payout to with Daniels, was angry that cated by the president’s legal team cast the probe as a “totally garbage
York City mayor, should be side- Daniels from his personal attor- Giuliani had given the impression for months has gone by the way- investigation.” And Giuliani has
lined from television interviews, ney, Michael Cohen. He also sug- that other women may make simi- side. It also revealed the president’s called into question whether Trump
according to two people familiar gested the settlement with Daniels lar charges of infidelity, according anxiety about how the investiga- would be treated fairly by Mueller’s
with the president’s thinking but had been made because Trump was to the people familiar with his tion could sway voters as they prosecutors if he were to agree to an
not authorized to speak publicly in the stretch run of his presiden- views. decide whether to keep congres- interview.

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8 Tuesday • May 8, 2018 NATION/WORLD THE DAILY JOURNAL

President Trump set to
announce decision on
Iran nuke deal Tuesday
By Zeke Miller and Cartherine Lucey leaders say that they are open to negotiat-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ing a side agreement with Iran, but the
existing framework must remain untouched
WASHINGTON — President Donald for that to happen.
Trump is set to reveal his decision on It is not immediately clear what Trump
whether to keep the U.S. in the Iran deal on will announce Tuesday or whether he will
Tuesday, a move that could determine the announce the end of the deal or push for a
fate of the 2015 agreement that froze Iran’s renegotiation. Trump in October “decerti-
nuclear program. fied” the deal with Iran, but did not move to
The announcement is set to cap more re-impose sanctions, known as a “snap-
than a year of deliberation and negotiation back.” REUTERS FILE PHOTO
that has at time pitted Trump against some On Monday, Iranian President Hassan Donald Trump gives remarks in the White House Rose Garden.
of his closest aides and key American Rouhani said Iran would be willing not to Supporters of the deal argue that with- Kerry, who was also the lead negotiators
allies. Trump is facing a self-imposed May abandon the nuclear deal even if the United drawing from the JCPOA would undermine for the Obama administration on the Paris
12 deadline over whether to uphold the States pulls out, providing the European Trump’s push for North Korea, which has a climate accord, has been promoting both
2015 nuclear agreement, which he long has Union offers guarantees that Iran would far more advanced nuclear program than agreements since he left office.
criticized. The president has signaled he keep benefiting from the accord. ever possessed by Iran, to denuclearize. The Boston Globe reported Friday that
will pull out of the pact by the deadline Rouhani said that “what we want for the Trump is planning on meeting with North Kerry, the lead negotiator on the deal for
unless it is revised, but he faces intense deal is that it’s preserved and guaranteed by Korea’s Kim Jong Un within the next the Obama administration, had been pri-
pressure from European allies not to do so. the non-Americans” — a reference to other month. vately meeting with foreign officials to
“I will be announcing my decision on the signatories of the 2015 agreement. Earlier Monday, Trump criticized John strategize on how to keep the U.S. in the
Iran Deal tomorrow from the White House U.S. officials and European allies share Kerry after reports that the former secretary deal.
at 2:00pm,” Trump tweeted Monday. the conclusion that the deal, known for- of state has been promoting the Iran Kerry has met with Iran’s Foreign
The president has been the subject of an mally as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of nuclear deal. Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. At least
intense lobbying effort by American allies Action (JCPOA), has halted Iran’s develop- Trump said on Twitter: “The United States one of their meetings was at a June 2017
to maintain the agreement, with British ment of nuclear weapons. Trump has does not need John Kerry’s possibly illegal public event in Oslo, Norway, where they
Foreign Minister Boris Johnson making a objected to a sunset provision that would Shadow Diplomacy on the very badly sat on the same panel with EU foreign pol-
last-ditch appeal to the administration in a allow Iran to restart some nuclear develop- negotiated Iran Deal. He was the one that icy chief Federica Mogherini and extolled
visit to Washington this week. European ment in 2025. created this MESS in the first place!” the virtues of the nuclear deal.

Iranians say uncertainty over nuclear deal is bringing fear
lar, far higher than the newly government- future — even myself. I do not know what is Today though, few can point to any benefit
By Mohammad Nasiri and Amir Vahdat
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS imposed rate of 42,000 for $1. going to happen, if I can survive in this of the atomic accord.
Busy shopping districts that once saw business or not. This situation concerns us “We do not feel any particular impact espe-
TEHRAN, Iran — On the streets of Tehran, newlyweds buying refrigerators and other all.” cially in our economy or on our life,” said
every day seems to bring more worry and fear major appliances now largely stand empty as The sense of foreboding gripping the Shadi Gholami, a 25-year-old architect. “It is
ahead of President Donald Trump’s decision people save their money. Some talk openly Iranian capital ahead of Trump’s Saturday as if such a deal does not exist at all.”
this week on whether to pull America out of about leaving the country for anywhere else. deadline to decide what to do about the deal is While the nuclear deal offered a salve in
the nuclear deal with Iran. “All of us are thinking about the uncertain a far cry from the jubilant street celebrations allowing Iran to sell crude oil and natural gas
Exchange shop windows that once showed future ahead of us,” said Mohammad that greeted the 2015 nuclear accord with in the international market, the deal has not
rates for Iranian rial to U.S. dollar transac- Khaleghi, a 27-year-old appliance salesman world powers. Then, people spoke with hope helped address its high unemployment, par-
tions have gone blank, as black-market rates on Tehran’s Amin Hozour Street. “Everybody about Iran slowly losing its pariah status ticularly among the youth in this country of
have skyrocketed to 70,000 rials to the dol- is doing that. Everybody is afraid of the with the West, cemented in the aftermath of 80 million people. Banks remain saddled
the 1979 Islamic Revolution and the hostage with massive bad loans from the sanctions
crisis at the U.S. Embassy in Tehran. Others era. Government corruption also remains.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Tuesday • May 8, 2018 9
The waning days of highway widening
buses, shuttles or car-
Tribute to our
By Terry Nagel, Debbie Ruddock and Adina Levin pools, and to bike and
walk, and by providing Guest fallen heroes
M
any Bay Area political leaders places for people to live
perspective
O
acknowledge from podiums that near jobs, services and n May 28, our nation will honor
we can’t build our way out of transportation options. the service of our men and women
traffic congestion with highway expan- Such approaches support in uniform in recognition of a
sion, and that climate change is the leader- many of our common national holiday — Memorial Day.
goals and values — ful- sions and help educate the public about the
ship test of our era. climate harm of road projects that increase Memorial Day is one of two national holi-
As Californians, we pride ourselves on Terry Nagel filling our climate prom- days that commemorate our fallen heroes,
ises, while improving driving and climate pollution? Will leaders
climate leadership, and we have been mak- make decisions that are in line with inspi- the other being Veterans Day.
ing great progress in reducing carbon emis- economic mobility, pro- Four years ago, my family paid respects
viding better access for rational speeches about environmental
sions from energy, but we’re falling behind protection? to my grandfather, Warren Madison, a
in transportation, which has become the people who are young, World War II veteran who proudly served
old and disabled, and fos- Or will our leaders accommodate climate
single largest source of greenhouse gas denial, ignoring the science; pander to our nation. After we made our way up a hill
emissions. tering better health with to his final resting spot, I placed a small
cleaner air, safer streets popular opinion supporting wider high-
And yet, highway widening is still polit- ways; and continue the failed strategies of U.S. flag and flowers on his tombstone.
ically popular, since many people still feel and more physical activi- A merchant
ty. the past? Will our leaders pass the leader-
reflexively that widening highways (one ship test of our era? mariner,
more time) will surely relieve congestion. And according to a Madison trans-
Debbie recent survey of San San Mateo County is preparing a ballot
But decades of experience and research measure that will shape our transportation ported ammuni-
now show that widening highways pro- Ruddock Mateo County residents tion, planes and
conducted by the options for years to come. Our decision-
vides very brief or no relief to congestion, makers can choose to design and fund a medicine to sol-
since faster roads attract more drivers away Transportation Equity diers on active
Allied Movement transformative system that serves the
from other transportation options so the mobility needs of all residents, current and duty — an activi-
roads are quickly clogged again. Coalition, the vast ty that left him
majority of respondents future, and that protects and enhances our
In Gilroy, for example, after Highway environment and quality of life. Or, they and his comrades
101 was widened in 2003, Caltrain rider- want to relieve conges- unarmed during
tion, but would prefer to can choose an approach that will ensnare
ship plummeted by 60 percent, and it’s us in ever more congestion, polluted air combat. The
do so by reducing, rather number of mer-
still half the level it was in 2003. Caltrain and social inequity.
than by increasing, the chant mariners Jonathan Madison
ridership has more than doubled sys- Please urge our county’s Board of
number of cars on the killed in that war
temwide since 2003. Adina Levin road. Supervisors and the leaders of our trans-
A recent University of California, Davis portation agencies to end the cycle of high- is estimated at the rate of 1 in 26 — the
In recent years, the highest casualty rate of any service.
study shows that adding capacity to roads way widening, and instead, fund projects
state of California and the Bay Area region After the war, Madison returned home to
fails to alleviate congestion for long have been decreasing policy support for with this ballot measure that improve
because it actually increases vehicle miles mobility without adding polluting car trips. Arkansas, where it was difficult for veterans
major highway and road expansions, driv- to find work. He refined his carpentry skills
traveled (VMT). Another study by the en by recent acknowledgment that highway
California Governor’s Office of Planning and started a carpentry business — a revo-
widening results in increased driving, and Terry Nagel is the former may or of lutionary achievement for an African-
and Research found that adding lane miles, increased driving contributes to climate
especially in congested urban areas, causes Burlingame and serv ed on the San Mateo American at that time. He kept his business
change. To pay for projects on the shelf, until his passing, at age 88, on March 11,
increases in driving miles that often damp- San Mateo and Santa Clara counties have County Transportation Authority for fiv e
en the ability of capacity expansion proj- 2013.
been advancing locally funded initiatives y ears. Debbie Ruddock is a member of the In reflecting on my grandfather’s life, I
ects to relieve congestion and generates to continue to expand highway and Half Moon Bay City Council. Adina Lev in is found myself conflicted: While our nation
higher levels of carbon emissions and expressway capacity. the ex ecutiv e director of Friends of Caltrain, designates two holidays to honor those
other pollution. The Bay Area and San Mateo and Santa a nonprofit supporting modernized Caltrain who have served — Memorial Day and
It’s more effective to improve mobility Clara counties face a major strategic turn-
and sustainable transportation on the
Veterans Day — we commemorate the dead
by helping more people travel in fewer ing point. Will our policymakers show but provide too little for our living veter-
vehicles, by providing more and better leadership, make forward-looking deci- Peninsula Corridor. ans.
options and incentives to take trains, Too often, veterans are treated with no
respect and too little support. Every 65
minutes, another veteran commits suicide.
This is in large part because of our nation’s
Letters to the editor inability to provide effective treatment for
our wounded warriors, many of whom suffer
from post-traumatic stress in addition to
physical ailments.
Highway 101 express lanes trailer rigs, moving vans, etc. in those prosperity (“State now ranks fifth in econ- More than 453,000 veterans were unem-
lanes? Most of the drivers of these vehicles omy” in the May 5 in the Daily Journal), ployed in 2016, according to the Bureau of
Editor, are not going to be concerned about the surpassing the United Kingdom. And yet, Labor Statistics. Most veterans are trained
I agree with David Canepa’s guest per- cost of tolls. They will be reimbursed for we still rank 50th in the quality of educa- for combat, not civilian jobs. Traumatic
spective relating to the transformation of toll payments by their employers. Treated tion. experiences and mental health conditions
traffic lanes on Highway 101 to express as business expenses, the costs will be can make reintegration into civilian life
Voters passed Proposition 37 in 1984
lanes (“Toll lanes good for the rich, bad for passed on to consumers/customers. difficult.
because we were assured that a major por- The agency that administers assistance
the environment” in the May 4 edition of
tion of the revenue would be transitioned to and services for our wounded heroes contin-
the Daily Journal). He states that express
Jim Schwartz public schools to help them with the ues to face its own battles in trying to pro-
lanes should be reserved for buses, shuttles
San Mateo resources they needed to teach. If we are vide quick and effective treatment for veter-
and other multiple passenger vehicles. The
still on the bottom of the education ladder, ans who need it most. Last year, the 15-
lanes should not be used by solo drivers
who are willing and not concerned about where is the money going? member commission tasked by Congress
paying tolls. Congratulations, California to reform the U.S. Department of Veterans
Affairs reported several deficiencies that,
Suppose the highway transformation Editor, Joe Simoni despite a significant increase in funding
project allows solo drivers in the express I just read in the Daily Journal that San Mateo over the past two years, continue to plague
lanes. Will we see RVs, tow trucks, tractor California has ranked fifth in economic the agency. Some of these deficiencies
include “flawed governance,” “insufficient
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10 Tuesday • May 8, 2018 BUSINESS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Stocks close modestly higher
By Alex Veiga my remains resilient despite some
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS jitters about a possible trade war.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 24,479.45 Corporate earnings, meanwhile,
Low: 24,263.42 have also been a source of good
U. S. stocks closed modestly
higher Monday, extending the Close: 24,357.32 news for investors.
market’s gains from last week. Change: +94.81 Roughly 80 percent of the com-
panies in the S&P 500 have
Technology companies and OTHER INDEXES reported results so far this earn-
banks accounted for much of the S&P 500: 2672.63 +9.21 ings season, and some 62 percent
latest gains, outweighing losses NYSE Index: 12,519.77 +26.42 of those have delivered both earn-
among beverage makers and other ings and revenue that exceeded
Nasdaq: 7265.21 +55.60
consumer goods companies. financial analysts’ expectations,
NYSE MKT: 2665.17 +10.61
Energy stocks got a boost from according to S&P Global Market
U.S. crude oil prices, which closed Russell 2000: 1578.95 +13.34
Wilshire 5000: 27,815.68 +116.60 Intelligence.
above $70 a barrel for the first “The market doesn’t seem quite
time since November 2014. 10-Yr Bond: 2.95 +0.00 as skeptical about the future
“Geopolitical risk has cooled a Oil (per barrel): 70.00 +0.28 prospects as maybe it was a couple
little bit and economic data, even Gold : 1,314.60 -0.10 of weeks ago,” Davidson said.
if it isn’t accelerating as fast as it Sysco added 1. 9 percent to
was a month ago, is still accelerat- $63.48 after the food distributor
ing,” said Karyn Cavanaugh, sen- early Monday, as investors $1.01, or 1.4 percent, to settle at ed for a big slice of the S&P 500’s
weighed the big move in energy $70. 73 a barrel in New York. gains. Nvidia led the sector, rising reported earnings for its latest
ior markets strategist at Voya quarter that came in ahead of what
Investment Management. “The futures. Brent crude, the international 4 percent to $248.68. Financial
Crude oil prices have been ris- standard, gained $1.30, or 1.7 per- sector stocks also racked up solid analysts were expecting.
last couple of days are showing Cognizant Technology Solutions
that investors are getting their sea ing as investors weigh heightened cent, to close at $76.17 a barrel in gains. Morgan Stanley added 1.9
geopolitical risks in the Middle London. percent to $52. 39. Walgreens slid 5.2 percent to $77.86 after
legs back.” the information technology con-
East, a push by OPEC to slash oil The pickup in oil prices helped Boots Alliance slumped 2.4 per-
The S&P 500 index rose 9.21 production and strong worldwide lift energy company shares. cent to $62. 30, the biggest sulting firm’s earnings outlook
points, or 0. 3 percent, to demand amid a global economic Range Resources rose 3.7 percent decliner in the sector that includes for the current quarter was below
2,672.63. The Dow Jones indus- expansion. to $14.12. food, beverage and other con- analysts’ forecasts.
trial average gained 94.81 points, On Monday, oil futures climbed “Concern about Iran has oil up, sumer goods companies. Investors also had their eye on
or 0.4 percent, to 24,357.32. The to their highest level since taking energy stocks up and help- After a couple of weeks of chop- the latest company deal news.
Nasdaq added 55.60 points, or 0.8 November 2014 as a May 12 dead- ing out the whole market,” said py trading, the market got a Starbucks slipped 0.4 percent to
percent, to 7,265.21. The Russell line approached for the U.S. to Erik Davidson, chief investment strong boost Friday from govern- $57.45 after Nestle paid $7.15
2000 index of smaller-company decide whether to remain in the officer at Wells Fargo Private ment data showing hiring contin- billion for the rights to sell the
stocks picked up 13.34 points, or nuclear agreement with Iran. Bank. ued at a solid clip in April, the lat- company’s coffee products around
0.9 percent, to 1,578.95. Benchmark U. S. crude rose Technology companies account- est evidence that the U.S. econo- the world. Nestle gained 1.4 per-
Trading got off to a solid start cent to $77.35.

Global Blood: 1Q Earnings Snapshot
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO — Global
Blood Therapeutics Inc. on Monday report-
ed a loss of $41.6 million in its first quarter.
Business briefs
Nestle takes over sales Buffett: Stocks remain best
of Starbucks in the grocery aisle
On a per-share basis, the South San
Francisco-based company said it had a loss
of 87 cents.
The results exceeded Wall Street expecta-
SEATTLE — Nestle is paying more than $7
billion to buy the rights to sell Starbucks cof-
fee and tea in supermarkets and other stores
investment option for most
By Josh Funk for it later.
tions. The average estimate of 10 analysts outside its coffee shops.
The deal comes with a huge price tag for THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Berkshire Vice
surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was Chairman Charlie
for a loss of 92 cents per share. Nestle, but it could pay off big for the Swiss
company. Its Nescafe and Nespresso don’t OMAHA, Neb. — Billionaire Warren Munger said buying bit-
Global Blood shares have climbed 15 per- coin with the hope that
cent since the beginning of the year. In the carry anywhere near the heft in America that Buffett recommends that investors stick
the Starbucks brand does, with its $2 billion with simple stock index funds — not bonds someone else will outbid
final minutes of trading on Monday, shares you later is a bad busi-
hit $45.20, a climb of 51 percent in the last in annual sales. Nestle will also put Starbucks and especially not bitcoins.
in grocery stores outside the U.S. and Canada. Buffett discussed a variety of topics dur- ness.
12 months. “I think it’s a scumbag
The deal gives Nestle the rights to market, ing an interview on CNBC Monday after he
Nevro: 1Q Earnings Snapshot sell and distribute bags of Starbucks coffee spent Saturday answering questions before Warren Buffet activity,” Munger said.
beans, as well as its instant coffee. Nestle thousands of Berkshire Hathaway share- Buffett reiterated his
REDWOOD CITY — Nevro Corp. on will also sell other brands owned by holders. standard advice that buying an index fund,
Monday reported a loss of $17.7 million in Starbucks, such as Seattle’s Best Coffee, The chairman and CEO of Berkshire such as the S&P 500 fund, regularly over
its first quarter. Teavana tea and Torrefazione Italia coffee, and Hathaway said he doesn’t think the stock time is the best option for most people.
On a per-share basis, the Redwood City- will be allowed to put the Starbucks brand on market is overpriced compared with other Buffett said the reports he gets from
based company said it had a loss of 59 Nestle single-serve capsules for coffee options even though he’s had trouble find- Berkshire’s more than 90 businesses tell
cents. machines. him that the economy remains strong and
ing entire businesses to buy at reasonable
The results missed Wall Street expecta- The agreement does not include bottled has been improving lately.
prices.
tions. The average estimate of seven ana- drinks like iced coffees and Frappuccinos that Buffett said most of Berkshire’s busi-
lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment “It wouldn’t take me a nanosecond to
are sold in and outside of Starbucks stores. nesses are hiring, and several of them are
Research was for a loss of 34 cents per decide to go into stocks,” he said.
Nestle hinted last year that it was looking having trouble finding workers. For
share. at focusing on higher-growth areas like pet Buffett said cryptocurrencies like bitcoin
are nonproductive assets similar to gold. instance, carpet installers and certain con-
The maker of an electrical implant that care, coffee and infant nutrition. In January it struction workers are especially hard to
treats leg and back pain posted revenue of announced it was selling its U.S. candy busi- So Buffett says anyone buying bitcoin is
betting that someone else will pay more find.
$87.6 million in the period, which also fell ness to Italy’s Ferrero for approximately $2.8
short of Street forecasts. Five analysts sur- billion. And last year, Nestle bought a major-
veyed by Zacks expected $88.6 million.
Nevro expects full-year revenue in the
ity stake in high-end coffee company Blue
Bottle. With the strength of the Starbucks
brand, Nestle will be able to better compete
Microsoft launches $25 million
range of $400 million to $410 million.
Nevro shares have increased 33 percent
since the beginning of the year. In the final
against JAB Holdings, an investment hold-
ing company that has gobbled up coffee program to use AI for disabilities
minutes of trading on Monday, shares hit businesses and brands associated with By Matt O’Brien some of the privacy and ethical concerns
$92.03, a climb of slightly more than 1 per- Peet’s, Caribou, Stumptown and Krispy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that have risen over AI and other fast-
cent in the last 12 months. Kreme Doughnuts. developing technology, including the
Microsoft is launching a $25 million potential that software formulas can per-
initiative to use artificial intelligence to petuate or even amplify gender and racial
build better technology for people with biases.
disabilities. In unusually serious terms for a tech con-
CEO Satya Nadella announced the new ference keynote, Nadella name-checked the
“AI for Accessibility” effort as he kicked dystopian fiction of George Orwell and
off Microsoft’s annual conference for soft- Aldous Huxley, declared that “privacy is a
ware developers. The Build conference in human right” and warned of the dangers of
Seattle is meant to foster enthusiasm for building new technology without ethical
the company’s latest ventures in cloud principles in mind.
computing, artificial intelligence, inter- “We should be asking not only what
net-connected devices and virtual reality. computers can do, but what computers
Microsoft competes with Amazon and should do,” Nadella said. “That time has
Google to offer internet-connected servic- come.”
es to businesses and organizations. The five-year accessibility initiative will
The conference and the new initiative include seed grants for startups, nonprofit
offer Microsoft an opportunity to empha- organizations and academic researchers, as
size its philosophy of building AI for well as deeper investments and expertise
social good. The focus could help counter from Microsoft researchers.
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Tuesday • May 8, 2018

Longyear more than just a voice
PAL swim meet director for over 30 years undergoing cancer treatment
By Terry Bernal anchored the scorer’s table at the PAL tion, along with a computer printer to
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Bay Division Swimming post the flurry of results displayed on
Championships for more than 30 site for athletes and spectators alike to
Rick Longyear doesn’t know exactly years. His voice has brought joy to gather around in droves to keep track of
what year he started working Peninsula many a meet champion as he announces individual and team performances.
Athletic League swim meets. The long- results, including the anticipated final As for his attire, Longyear has typi-
time meet director does recall, with standings at the end of every meet. cally looked the part of a fun-in-the-
particular clarity, it has been since In recent years, his workstation at the sun swim coach.
before computers were used to organize southeast corner of the Burlingame “Ordinarily I’d be wearing shorts and
the annual event. High School pool includes his signature polo shirt … for most of the day,”
In his 36th year as a biology teacher laptop — shielded by a cardboard box to Longyear said. TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
at Menlo-Atherton High School, the block the glare of the sun — with a CB Meet director Rick Longyear at his post at the PAL Bay Division
former Bears swimming coach has instead of a microphone for amplifica- See SWIM, Page 16 Swimming Championships Saturday at Burlingame High.

Athlete of the Week

EC’s Tan swims his way
into PAL record books
By Terry Bernal est strokes of
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF the four,” Vitale
said. “And he’s
The notorious wintry weather of just been work-
El Camino is not generally con- ing on it ridicu-
ducive to swimming. But boy do lously with his
the Colts have a good one in sen- club coach.”
ior boys’ swimmer Nick Tan. And in the
One of the best in EC history? boys’ 200 indi-
“I’d put him right up there,” El Nick Tan vidual medley
Camino swimming coach Jeff trials last
Vitale said. “I’d put him at the top.” Thursday, he broke a 16-year-old
At the Peninsula Athletic League record of 154:25 set by San
USA TODAY SPORTS Ocean Division Swimming Mateo’s Ronald Chan with a time
The Warriors were finally able to field their ‘Death Lineup’ in Championships at Oceana High of 154:18. Tan went on to obliter-
the Western Conference semifinals Saturday of Draymond School, Tan not only made his ate the record at Saturday’s finals
Green, above, Kevin Durant, left, Steph Curry, below, along with case as one of the greatest in EC with a 200 IM time of 1:52.95.
Andre Iguodala and Klay Thompson, not pictured. history but put himself among the “I was feeling confident going
upper echelon of all-time PAL into it,” Tan said. “But I was sur-
swimmers. The Daily Journal prised I got it in the preliminaries.”
Athlete of the Week topped the Not only is the 200 IM record a
podium in all four of his events, new PAL Ocean best, it stands as
setting two PAL Ocean Division the top time ever at a PAL meet.
meet records in the process. The record for the upper PAL Bay
At Saturday’s meet finals, Tan Division meet was set in 2013 by
took gold in the boys’ 100-yard Burlingame’s Kawei Tan (no rela-
breaststroke in 58.75 seconds, tion to Nick Tan) with a time of
topping a 7-year-old record of 1:54.87, nearly two seconds off
59.56 set by Ronald Chen in 2011.
“It was probably one of his weak- See AOTW, Page 12

Still a lot of jockeying
for CCS playoff spots
Here comes
While the Peninsula Athletic Division champion.
League’s Bay Division gets most In the past, the Lake Division
of the baseball publicity, this champ was extended an automat-
week, the Ocean and Lake divi- ic bid, which caused grousing
sions will take center stage as from many other teams in many
the PAL’s other leagues. This year, that

the A-team
final final bid is being decided in what
Central is essentially a playoff game.
Coast Win and you’re in.
Section And this is where the excite-
playoff ment comes in. Jefferson, with a
berth will win over Mills Tuesday, can wrap
By Tim Reynolds best regular season record, sought a Draymond Green — on the floor be decided up the Lake Division title. The
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS spark by changing its starting five Sunday to start a game for the first Saturday. Grizzlies are currently 9-0 and
against the Cavs for Game 3 of the time all season. The result was a The PAL lead the second-place Vikings by
The “Death Lineup” breathed new Eastern Conference semifinals. rout, one that allowed the Warriors receives two games. Essentially,
life into the Golden State Warriors. Utah showed Houston a new look to head home with a 3-1 lead in eight auto- Jefferson needs to win one of its
It was yet another reminder: In Sunday in Game 4 of their West their series against the Pelicans. matic CCS final three games to take the
the NBA playoffs, where even a semifinal matchup, and while the “Anytime we’ve been in any dan- bids, with title.
brief downward slide can be enough Jazz slowed the high-powered ger over the years, we’ve sort of the top four from the Bay There are a lot more moving
to end a season, even the best Rockets at times they still fell into gone to this lineup,” Warriors Division all making the cut. The parts in the Ocean Division.
teams won’t hesitate when they a 3-1 series deficit. coach Steve Kerr said. “The lineup top three teams from the Ocean King’s Academy (10-1) already
feel a need to shake up their start- And then there’s the Warriors, worked or whatever, but it’s not Division also are in, but that has clinched at least a share of
ing lineups. who were coming off a big loss in about the lineup. It’s really not.” eighth and final spot will be the Ocean Division crown with
Desperate times in the first round Game 3 against New Orleans so All due respect to Kerr, he might determined by a play-in game Woodside (9-3) two games back
sent Cleveland to desperate lineup they put their five best players — be overstating that one. between the fourth-place team
measures. Toronto, the team that Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, from the Ocean and the Lake See LOUNGE, Page 16
finished with the NBA’s second- Andre Iguodala, Kevin Durant and See DUBS, Page 14
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as ey Mul kerri ns and To mo y a set in 2015. Then they closed the meet by
Hi rano , Hi l l s dal e bo y s ’ ten-
Honor roll shattering the previous 400 free relay record of
ni s . The Knights No. 3 doubles of Tigers’ wins last week. She had a monster capped the week by leading SHP with four 3:53.50, set in 2004, with a remarkable swim
team came up clutch once again, helping week nonetheless, going a combined 9 for 14 goals in an 18-9 win over Palo Alto. of 3:46.84. Anderson also broke an individual
Hillsdale win its first boys’ CCS team match with six RBIs, seven runs scored, two triples To mmy Barnds , Sacred Heart Prep record in the 50 free with a time of 24.65.
in 20 years. Hillsdale was tied with Crystal and a home run. She opened the week with a bo y s ’ l acro s s e. The Gators took home their Trey Zahurs ky, Leo nardo Es pi no za
Springs 3-all in the first round of the tour- pair of RBIs in the Tigers’ 6-5 non-league win fifth straight league title, and their first in their and Kenny Os terl und, Capuchi no bas e-
nament when Mulkerrins and Hirano over Westmont. She banged two triples in an inaugural season in the West Catholic Athletic bal l . What a comeback the Mustangs enjoyed
dropped the first set, 4-6. They prevailed in 11-1 win over Harker and then capped her League with a 20-1 win at Serra. Barnds did the in a 12-8 non-league victory over Serra. The
a second-set tiebreak, 7-4, to take the mid- week with a 5 for 5 day at the plate with a yeoman’s work at the front of the scoring flur- day before Serra took over the San Francisco
dle set, 7-6. They then clinched the win for home run, diving in three and scoring four ry, which saw SHP open the game with a sea- Chronicle’s No. 1 ranking in the Bay Area,
the Knights with a 6-2 win in the finale. times in a 17-8 win over Mercy-Burlingame. son-best 18 straight goals. Barnds accounted Cap rallied back from an 8-2 deficit with a
Bro o ks Taner, Serra bo y s ’ s wi m- Mi t c h e l l Pl an e , Carl mo n t b as e - for seven of those goals to propel the Gators seven-run fifth inning. Serra was near the end
mi ng . The junior claimed three gold medals bal l . The Scots scored a pivotal 6-0 win into the WCAL playoffs as the No. 1 seed. of a four-game stretch over five days, and the
and one silver at the WCAL Swimming over Sequoia last Friday to leapfrog over Ben Si ng l er, Sequo i a bas ebal l . Only a Mustangs took advantage of a slate of inexpe-
Championships. Taner teamed with seniors Hillsdale and into second place in the PAL freshman, Singler led the Cherokees to a 13-2 rienced pitchers, with Zahursky, Espinoza and
Alec Cullen, Riley Scanlan and Daniel Bay Division. Plane led the way, tossing a non-league win over Mills, snapping Osterlund totaling three RBIs apiece.
Gilmartin to set a new WCAL record in the three-hit shutout to earn his third win in his Sequoia’s 12-game losing streak. Singler went Drew Do wd, Serra bas ebal l . The Padres
boys’ 200 medley relay with a time of last three starts. Over that stretch, the sen- 2 for 3, driving in a pair and scoring twice. wrapped up a co-WCAL championship —
1:34.36. The team also took second in the ior right-hander had has worked 20 innings, Ri l ey Rho des , Grace Anders o n, Ev e sharing the crown with Valley Christian —
400 free relay. Taner marched to two more allowing six runs on 15 hits, to up his sea- Kearns and Mi a Gri ffi ths , Hal f Mo o n with a 7-0 victory over St. Ignatius. Serra
wins in individual competition, claiming son line to a 4-2 record with a 2.27 ERA. Bay g i rl s ’ s wi mmi ng . The sophomore manager Chris Houle turned to his youngest
gold in the 200 free with a 1:40.89, then Ing ri d Co rri g an, Sacred Heart Prep sensations crushed it at the PAL Ocean player to make the start in the left-hander
setting a new WCAL mark in the 100 fly g i rl s ’ l acro s s e. Corrigan netted eight Division Swimming Championships, team- Dowd, and the sophomore delivered a gem.
with a time of 48.84, which qualifies him as goals in a pair of Gators wins, splitting them ing to break two meet records Saturday at Dowd made his first varsity complete game a
an automatic All-American in the event. evenly in half. She opened the week by being Oceana High School. The foursome got out of three-hit shutout, striking out 10 while walk-
No o s ha Steward, No tre Dame- one of three Gators to score four in a 16-4 the gate in the meet’s first varsity race, record- ing just two, as the Padres clinched their sec-
Bel mo nt s o ftbal l . The sophomore came up win over Burlingame. Corrigan was joined ing a time of 1:53.99 in the 200 yard medley ond co-championship in the past three years,
a double short of hitting for the cycle in a trio by Allison Carter and Genna Gibbons. She relay, breaking the previous record of 1:54.70 and their 20th all-time WCAL crown.

set the boys’ 100 backstroke record with a Next year, the senior is set to swim colle- 2000s and went on to swim at Cal Poly.

AOTW time of 53.14 seconds. Then, during the off-
season with his Burlingame Aquatics Club
team, he earned national cuts in each the
giately at the Division III level for Harvey
Mudd College in Claremont.
“It would be sad to leave this place,” Tan
As for Tan’s record in the 200 IM, it’s one
Vitale suspects will stand for a long time.
“It’s a record I don’t see anybody breaking
Continued from page 11 200 breast (2:04) and the 200 IM (1:51.38). said of BAC, where he’s swam nearly half
“Based on what I did, I was looking for- his life. “But I’ll always be around in the anytime soon,” Vitale said. “So, it was a
ward to what I could do later,” Tan said. summer. It’s not too far.” good way to leave his mark.”
the pace of EC’s star senior. Tan isn’t done with his EC legacy though.
A native of Daly City, Tan discovered Tan also enjoyed two relay wins Saturday.
Chan’s previous Ocean Division record swimming through family ties. He had In the boys’ 200 medley relay, he teamed He has unfinished business at both the
was also an overall PAL best. And the 16- cousins who enjoyed the sport, so he was with freshman Jon Lam, sophomore Central Coast Section and state meets. In
year-old mark was something Tan was gun- encouraged to hit the water at age 7. He Nathaniel Macapagal and senior Leo Avila three previous varsity seasons, he has never
ning for from the outset of the season. started with the Daly City Dolphins, but by to top the podium with a time of 1:43.29. earned a place in the top eight at CCS. And
“My coaches were like, ‘finally,’” Tan age 9 he transferred to BAC, where he swims Then in the boys’ 200 free relay, the same while he has qualified for the state trials in
said. “They were kind of joking; they were to this day. quartet just missed another PAL record, tak- each of the last two years, he has yet to
like, ‘I’m kind of tired of seeing Ronald As is common with elite public school ing gold with a time of 1:31.95. The PAL advance past the trials and into the state
Chan on that paper. It’s good to see him swimmers, Tan only practices at his home Ocean record, set in 2015, stands at finals.
off.’” high school once a week. He practices at 1:31.35. “My past three years, I haven’t been able
The anticipation Tan might contend for BAC Monday to Wednesday. He only prac- Vitale said Tan is indeed among the best to get to top eight at CCS,” Tan said. “So,
one or more records at the 2018 PAL meet tices at EC on Thursdays, the day before swimmers in EC history, right up there with this year it’s my goal to get top eight and
was understandable. As a junior in 2017, he meets, mostly to work with his relay teams. Thomas Agasid, who graduated in the mid- make it to the state finals.”

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Astros 16, A’s 2
Flying high out of Atlanta, Giants grounded in Philly
By Kevin Cooney
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Phillies 11, Giants 0 6-hit game for
PHILADELPHIA — It was another nice
night for Odubel Herrera. The rest of
sons. He is batting .341
this year.
“I feel very, very good
start last Tuesday.
“It was good to stay aggressive and keep
my head on straight and keep chugging
Springer; A’s
Philadelphia’s lineup looked pretty good,
too.
right now,” Herrera said.
“It’s part of being selec-
along,” Eflin said. “We learn the most when
we have a good lead to not get lazy with fall to Astros
Herrera homered twice and drove in five tive. I want to be disci- things. I was happy that I kept my head on By Michael Wagaman
runs, helping Zach Eflin and the Phillies rout plined at the plate. I don’t straight and just pounded the zone.” THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
the Giants 11-0 Monday. Jeff Samardzija want to swing at bad
Carlos Santana and Cesar Hernandez also pitches- I only want to Phillie Buster OAKLAND — George Springer went 6 for 6
connected for Philadelphia, which had swing at good pitches.” Posey has a 23-game hitting streak against with a home run to match a Houston record as
dropped six of eight. Santana drove in four Samardzija allowed five runs and four hits the Phillies dating to July 24, 2014. Since the Astros routed the A’s 16-2 Monday night.
runs, and Hernandez had two RBIs. in four innings in his fourth start after begin- 1949, the only players with longer hitting Last year’s World Series MVP doubled and
Eflin (1-0) struck out a career-high nine in ning the season on the disabled list with a streaks against Philadelphia are Chipper scored in the first inning,
6 2/3 innings. He allowed four hits and right pectoral strain. Jones (29 games from 2007-09), Pete Rose hit a three-run homer in
walked three. “I was encouraged, really,” Giants manager (25 games from 1975-77) and Orlando the second and then sin-
Herrera hit a three-run drive off Jeff Bruce Bochy said. “He was back to having Cepeda (25 games from 1961-62). gled and scored in the
Samardzija (1-2) in the first and a two-run his normal stuff and velocity and everything. fourth. He reached on
shot off D.J. Snelten in the sixth. He also Now, he’s got to have his command — he was Trainer’s room infield singles in the
walked and scored in the fifth when Santana’s up and not hitting spots. It was just an off fifth and seventh before
drive popped out of the glove of Gorkys night for everyone. You could tell he was Johnny Cueto was diagnosed with a right adding a fourth single up
Hernandez as his back hit the wall in center, very strong tonight. He’s on the right track elbow strain and will miss six to eight the middle in the ninth.
resulting in a three-run homer. now.” weeks, avoiding season-ending Tommy John Springer became the
“Odubel continues to get big hits for us,” Buster Posey had two of San Francisco’s surgery. The diagnosis comes after a visit George
second player in team
manager Gabe Kapler said. “There are times six hits. Posey has logged four straight mul- with Dr. James Andrews on Monday in Gulf Springer
history to go 6 for 6 and
when you take for granted what it does for a tihit games, hitting .563 (9 for 16) in those Breeze, Florida. ... OF Hunter Pence had the the first to do it in a nine-inning game. Hall
dugout when you get a big home run. Odubel contests. clock stopped on his rehabilitation assign- of Famer Joe Morgan accomplished the feat
did that for us tonight and we were able to It was Eflin’s first major league win since ment with Triple-A Sacramento after experi- in a 12-inning game against the Milwaukee
extend the lead.” he pitched seven solid innings at Atlanta on encing soreness in his right thumb that he Braves on July 8, 1965.
Herrera has reached base in his last 36 Aug. 8. The right-hander was promoted from sprained on April 19. ... Closer Mark The A’s played without outfielder Stephen
games dating to last year, the longest such the minors after Ben Lively hurt his back in Melancon will throw another bullpen ses- Piscotty, whose mother died late Sunday
streak for the Phillies since Jimmy Rollins late April, and he worked six effective sion on Tuesday in his attempt to return from night, less than a year after being diagnosed
had a 38-game run between the 2005-06 sea- innings in a no-decision at Miami in his first a right elbow flexor strain. with Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
Gretchen Piscotty was diagnosed with
weekend. Oakland gave deals to former ALS in May 2017 when her son was with St.
Raiders sign ex-Chiefs LB Johnson NFL brief Texas running back Chris Warren, Michigan Louis. The Cardinals traded him to Oakland
fullback Henry Poggi and tight end Paul in December in part to allow Piscotty to be
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officially signed free agent linebacker defensive back Darius Hillary to make room Butler from California of Pennsylvania.
mother’s terminal illness.
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Coach Jon Gruden had said last week the The Raiders also signed three players fol- defensive lineman Joby Saint Fleur and full- out of the fourth in his first start at the Coliseum
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NHL playoffs
Capitals knock out Penguins
Cavs sweep to make 4th straight Eastern finals
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS while waiting for the Boston-Philadelphia
PITTSBURGH — Evgeny Kuznetsov’s
semifinal series to end.
breakway goal 5:27 into overtime gave the CLEVELAND — Order has been restored
Washington Capitals a 2-1 win over the for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Four games 76ers 103, Celtics 92
Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 6 on Monday with Toronto straightened them out.
night, and a berth in the Eastern Conference PHILADELPHIA — T.J. McConnell turned
LeBron James sent the Raptors into summer a surprise start into the save of the season
finals for the first time in 20 years. vacation for the third straight season as the
Kuznetsov took a lead pass from and Dario Saric scored 25 points to help the
Cavs completed another series sweep over the 76ers stave off elimination in a win over
Alexander Ovechkin and tucked the puck by East’s top team with a 128-93 win in Game 4
Matt Murray to end Pittsburgh’s two-year the Celtics in Game 4.
on Monday night to advance to the conference The Sixers still face daunting odds headed
reign as Stanley Cup champions and propel finals for the fourth consecutive year. DAVID RICHARD/USA TODAY SPORTS into Game 5 and trailing 3-1 in the Eastern
the Capitals into the NHL’s final four for James finished with 29 points, 11 assists LeBron James drives against Raptors forward Conference semifinals: No NBA team has
just the third time in franchise history. and spent some of the final 7:38 dancing near OG Anunoby Monday night in Cleveland. ever won a series down 3-0.
Braden Holtby stopped 21 shots for the the bench during Cleveland’s 10th straight “It was a great series for us,” James said. McConnell had a career-high 19 points,
Capitals, who will face Tampa Bay in the playoff win over Toronto, which changed its “We had a lot of challenges to start the seven rebounds and five assists in only his
Eastern Conference finals. Alex Chiasson system, its roster and its approach but still series knowing the domination they had in second start of the season and meshed well
scored his first playoff goal in four years dur- can’t beat the game’s best player. the regular season. We had a great game in the backcourt with Ben Simmons.
ing a taut, tight contest through regulation. Pushed to the max for seven games by plan and we just tried to execute it.” With NBA teams down 3-0 having lost all
Kris Letang scored for the Penguins and Indiana in the first round, the Cavs took Kevin Love added 23 points and J.R. 129 series, the Sixers may need more than
Murray finished with 28 saves but couldn’t care of Toronto quickly. Smith 15 for the Cavs, who can now rest spirit to pull off this stunner.
close his legs fast enough to stop Kuznetsov’s
forehand flick from in close as Pittsburgh’s bid
they outscored the Pelicans 52-26. Everything is on the table for the Raptors
at becoming the first team in 35 years to win
three consecutive Cups came to an abrupt end.

Predators force Game 7 with Jets
DUBS Every other Warriors lineup used over the
other 30 minutes played the Pelicans even,
66-66.
now.
“You realize how big it is in this moment
to get a victory, ” Raptors star DeMar
Continued from page 11 “We got momentum on our side really early,” DeRozan said.
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Filip Forsberg
had two goals and an assist, Pekka Rinne Curry said. “Every single person on the floor Sometimes, even subtle changes pay off
stopped 34 shots for his second shutout of Golden State’s starting five on Sunday — in that lineup is a playmaker. And so we have nicely.
the playoffs, and Nashville forced a decisive some call it “The Death Lineup” because of multiple options and just look for the best Boston inserted role player Semi Ojeleye
Game 7 in its Western Conference semifinal how opponents tend to succumb against it, shot on every possession.” into its starting lineup before Game 5 of the
series with Winnipeg. others prefer “Hamptons Five” because It wasn’t exactly an in-case-of-emergency- Celtics’ first-round series against Milwaukee.
Viktor Arvidsson also scored twice, Curry, Thompson, Iguodala and Green were break-glass move by the Warriors. Ojeleye’s role: Find a way to slow down Bucks
including a late empty-netter, and added an the players who went to the Hamptons two But these NBA playoffs have seen some of star Giannis Antetokounmpo.
assist for the Predators. Roman Josi and summers ago in an effort to lure Durant to those as well. Ojeleye was on the floor to help open the
Ryan Johansen each had two assists. the Warriors — was absolutely dominant. Cleveland, which will return to the Eastern next three games, the first starts of his
Connor Hellebuyck stopped 25 shots for NBA.com charted them as being on the Conference finals for the fourth consecutive rookie season. He scored 10 points in those
the Jets. year after finishing off a sweep of Toronto games, though none of that mattered much
floor together for 18 minutes, during which
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CCS selection and seeding meeting break advantage over Terra Nova Golden State. And even though

TUESDAY
WHAT’S ON TAP
Boys’ volleyball
LOUNGE is slated for 2:30 p.m. that same
afternoon.
Both those division winners,
by virtue of sweeping the Tigers in
a pair of games this season. The
Knights wrap up the regular season
this is his second year with the
Warriors, I still am dumbfounded at
how great he truly is.
CCS tournament Continued from page 11 whichever they might be, better with a pair against Capuchino this He absolutely crushed the New
Division I
No. 6 Salinas (15-9) at No. 3 Menlo-Atherton (28-0),
have all their CCS paperwork filled week after splitting a pair with Orleans Pelicans in Game 3 Sunday,
7 p.m. out before they get to the ballpark Burlingame last week. dropping 38 on 15 of 27 shooting,
with two to go. Half Moon Bay Saturday morning, because there Let’s just say, for the sake of
Division II (8-4) is clinging to that third- with 20 coming in the first half.
No. 6 Leland (21-10) at No. 3 Serra (26-7), 7 p.m. will be a real short turnaround from argument, that Hillsdale, with one Face-up jumpers. Turnaround
place spot going into the final the end of the game and the begin- more win, clinches that third spot.
Baseball week. Menlo-Atherton currently jumpers. Pull-up and fade-away Js.
ning of the CCS meeting. That still leaves a scramble for that The jab step, drives to the bucket.
WCAL tournament sits in fourth place in the PAL’s *** fourth automatic CCS berth out of
No. 8 St. Ignatius at No. 1 Serra, No. 7 Riordan at No. middle division with a 7-5 record. Defenders in his face or not.
2 Valley Christian, No. 6 Sacred Heart Cathedral at There is still some question as to the Bay Division between Bumped off his spot. Didn’t matter.
No. 3 St. Francis, No. 5 Bellarmine at No. 4 Mitty, 4 p.m. Aragon is in fifth, two games which four teams will get automat- Burlingame, Terra Nova and
South City at El Camino, King’s Academy at San behind the Bears. Durant is a stone-cold scorer.
Mateo, Menlo-Atherton at Aragon, Half Moon Bay ic transfer berths out of the Bay Capuchino.
at Woodside, Westmoor vs Crystal Springs at Sea The best part? Both M-A and Division. Both the Panthers and Mustangs It got to the point where I was
Cloud Park, 4 p.m. Aragon control their own destinies Coming into this week, Sacred have one game to make up, howev- yelling at my television, almost
Softball
as they face each other in the regu- Heart Prep (9-3) and Carlmont (8- er. Burlingame, which takes on feeling sorry for the Pelicans.
San Mateo at Burlingame, Carlmont at Woodside, lar-season series finale. Aragon, 3) would appear to be the only two Terra Nova in two regularly sched- “How are you supposed to stop
Sequoia at Aragon, Hillsdale at Capuchino, 4 p.m. which will host M-A Tuesday and teams free and clear. The Gators uled games, finishes up its rain- that?” I’d cry as Durant floated a
Boys’ golf be on the road in Atherton wrap up the season with a pair delayed series with Sequoia 10 a.m. shot over a closing Anthony
At Laguna Seca Golf Ranch-Monterey Thursday, needs a sweep to tie the against Sequoia (1-9), while the Saturday. Capuchino is sandwich- Davis. When poor Jrue Holiday
CCS regional tournament #1, 8 a.m. Bears for that fourth-place spot. Scots have two with Menlo School ing a makeup game with Carlmont was trying to defend Durant, about
CCS regional tournament #2, 1 p.m.
The Dons would then win the head- (3-8). Thursday between its set with a six-inch mismatch in KD’s favor,
WEDNESDAY to-head tiebreaker with M-A and be Hillsdale (8-4) still has a shot at Hillsdale Wednesday and Friday. Durant would post him up on the
Baseball the Ocean representative in the high block and simply spin and
WCAL tournament semifinals at Santa Clara Uni- winning a share of the division ***
versity, 4 and 7 p.m. PAL CCS Play-in game. title, but there is also the possibil- I always knew Kevin Durant was shoot right over the top. ABC
Sequoia at Sacred Heart Prep, Menlo School at Carl- M-A, on the other hand, could ity that they fall all the way to fifth good. A superstar even. He was a announcer Mark Jackson said
mont, Capuchino at Hillsdale, Terra Nova at something to the effect of, Durant
Burlingame, 4 p.m. move up to third with a sweep of in the standings if everything star his first and only year at the
the Dons and one loss by Half breaks the wrong way for them. University of Texas and I’d see him was shooting over Holiday as if he
Boys’ tennis Moon Bay to Woodside. That’s because the Knights hold occasionally when he played for wasn’t there.
CCS tournament
Semifinals at Bay Club Courtside/Los Gatos Swim Adding even a little more drama only a two-game lead in the loss Oklahoma City — a few highlights Many say Steph Curry is the
andf Racket Club, Los Gatos, 1:30 p.m. is the fact that Saturday’s game will column over Terra Nova (6-6), here and there. greatest shooter of all time, but
Boys’ lacrosse start at 10 a.m. at the home of the Burlingame (5-6) and Capuchino But I never fully appreciated his Durant is quickly climbing the lad-
WCAL tournament semifinals, TBD, 3:30 p.m. Ocean Division representative. The (5-6). Hillsdale would hold the tie- scoring brilliance until he came to der of best scorers of all time.

glove over his left hand, though he ty games,” Longyear said. lete in a given meet, with blue cards ing meet results expediently?

SWIM kept his right hand free to work his
computer mouse.
Longyear’s sense of humor
And he was admittedly a non-fac-
tor in the three national champi-
onships the team won while he was
for boys and pink cards for girls.
“Each coach would come and we’d
have a kind of a seeding party,”
“A while,” Longyear said.
“Depends how fast your typist is.”
In the late 1980s, computers rev-
Continued from page 11 remains sharp as ever though. He there. Longyear said. “And by ‘party,’ we olutionized the process. This was
takes the serious seriously, but is “I had zero to do with that,” don’t mean it was fun. And the when Serra swimming still compet-
also quick to spice up the mundane Longyear said. coaches would bring all their cards ed in the PAL. It was former Serra
This year is different though.
with his dry wit. He was quick to What he did do at Stanford was … and at that point there were 42 coach Keith Strange who introduced
Longyear has recently fallen seri-
respond to the question of where he earn a bachelor’s degree in human piles of cards. … Then each coach and organized the software,
ously ill, being diagnosed in
grew up with the self-deprecating: biology. He also met his wife of 33 would take a stack. And the next Longyear said.
February with stage 4 cancer of the
“Some people would say I still years, Sally, who was a member of thing you do is sort them by time. “He taught me how to do it,”
liver and esophagus. As of
haven’t grown up.” the Stanford women’s rowing crew, … Then you’d actually get down on Longyear said. “When Serra left [the
Saturday’s PAL Bay Division meet,
Born in Alaska, Longyear and his then a club sport. Longyear went on the floor or on the table and put the PAL] he taught me. And when he left
he had gone through three rounds of
family moved to San Diego when he to earn his master’s degree in educa- cards in order to kind of circle-seed I was able to fill his shoes as best I
chemotherapy at the Palo Alto
was in middle school. He went on to tion with the Stanford Teacher it.” could.”
Medical Foundation. He is scheduled
attend Villa Park High School where Education Program in 1982, and was This was the process heading into Some 30-something years later,
to undergo between nine and 13
he discovered an affinity for water hired at Menlo-Atherton as a biolo- the preliminaries. They would do it the computer may remain a revolu-
chemo treatments overall.
sports. He also played football and gy teacher and swim coach that again following the prelims, tionary tool, but Longyear is a
“So far, that’s been going well and basketball but, due to his having same year. though the work went much faster machine. And he remains optimistic
not causing me side effects you hear asthma, swimming and water polo Longyear coached at M-A until for the finals. he will return to his post as meet
about,” Longyear said. “But it does- were a way for him to combat the 2006. Until then, he was adept at “It’s much easier to deal with 12 director in 2019, though he admits,
n’t feel great either.” pollution of the Southern California serving as both a coach and meet cards than 85,” Longyear said. amid the beginning weeks of his
One of the side effects of the smog by getting exercise in a director at the annual PAL Bay Then there was the task of record- cancer treatment, nothing is given.
chemo is sensitivity to cold temper- moist-air environment, he said. Division meet. It was quite a testa- ing times before the use of touch- “I still have a lot of things I want
atures. So, with Saturday’s slightly Longyear moved to the Bay Area ment to multitasking, especially pads in the pool to stop the clock to do,” Longyear said. “So I’m hop-
overcast day and consistent breeze, in 1978 to attend Stanford, where before the advent of computers. with precision. There was a group of ing to get through this in good order
Longyear took to bundling up. He played water polo as a 2-meter Before computer software revolu- timers, who would aspire to clock and see at that point what the likeli-
was sporting his signature M-A ball defender for the Cardinal. tionized local swim meets in the late the exact same times for a given hood is I’ll be able to go ‘x’ amount
cap, but sized it to fit over a Stanford “When I say ‘play,’ I mean I got to 1980s, the task of organizing and competitor, but oftentimes would of years or not. But at this point, at
toque to keep his head warm. He also practice with a bunch of future recording times was a matter of fill- settle for the middle time of three least in front of me, they don’t want
donned a collared sweater and a ski Olympians and play in junior-varsi- ing out an official card for every ath- differing results. And so far as post- to make that kind of prediction.”

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Abortion clinics face surge Health brief
A 132-pound tumor
removed from woman’s abdomen
of trespassing, blockades
By David Crary
DANBURY, Conn. — Doctors at a Connecticut hospital
say they removed a 132-pound tumor from a woman’s
abdomen, and she is expected to recover fully.
The ovarian tumor was diagnosed after the 38-year-old
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
woman reported rapid weight gain of about 10 pounds per
week over a two-month period.
NEW YORK — America’s abortion The doctors at Danbury Hospital announced Thursday that
clinics experienced a major upsurge in the five-hour surgery was completed successfully in
trespassing, obstruction and block- February after extensive planning by a team of 25 clinical
ades by anti-abortion activists in specialists.
2017, according to an annual survey The tumor was benign, but because it was sitting on a
by an industry group. major blood vessel doctors say they were concerned about
The National Abortion Federation the patient’s heart. The patient was also malnourished
report chronicled a litany of actions because the tumor was sitting on her digestive tract.
that ranged from coordinated trespass- Pathologists have been conducting genetic tests on the
ing efforts by abortion opponents, tumor to learn why it grew so quickly.
repeated brick-throwing at windows of
a Cleveland clinic and an attempted
bombing in Illinois.
The report found that there was an
overall decrease in acts of vandalism
against clinics but a significant
increase in activities aimed at disrupt-
ing services and intimidating patients
and providers. Acts of trespassing REUTERS FILE PHOTO
increased from 247 in 2016 to 823 in Pro-life activists gather for the National March for Life rally.
2017, instances of obstruction tripled Among those arrested in Louisville than $32,000 in damages because of
to 1,704 and threats of death or other was Operation Save America’s national repeated brick-throwing attacks on its
harm nearly doubled to 62. director, Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas. windows.
“The protesters are feeling embold- While awaiting trial, he said abortion The report does not include a violent
ened by the political environment and should be outlawed, declaring “Our jus- case in February when — according to
seeing what they could get away with,” tice system is committing another prosecutors — a Massachusetts man
said the federation’s president, Vicki grave injustice by arresting the wrong deliberately crashed a stolen truck into
Saporta. “They want to make it more people.” a Planned Parenthood clinic in New
difficult to provide care, without going Elsewhere, several trespassing Jersey, injuring three people, includ-
to very extreme forms of violence.” arrests occurred during coordinated ing a pregnant woman. That was the
The federation based its findings on actions by anti-abortion protesters in first major violent attack on a U.S.
monthly reports filed by its members Virginia, Michigan and other states. abortion clinic since 2015, when a
who make up the vast majority of abor- Activists entered clinics, conveyed man killed three people at a Planned
tion clinics nationally. their anti-abortion views to patients, Parenthood clinic during a shooting
Many clinics across the U.S. rou- and refused to leave when told to do so attack in Colorado.
tinely are targeted by legal picketing by law enforcement. The picketing in 2017 often was
near their premises. But in some cases, Citizens for a Pro-Life Society, a more aggressive than in recent years,
the protests escalated and led to inter- group headed by Roman Catholic the- according to the Feminist Majority
vention by federal and law enforce- ology professor Monica Migliorino Foundation, which operates a national
ment agencies. Miller, described the incursions as “an clinic access program.
At least 10 people were arrested last act of nonviolent defense of unborn “They’re telling us they’ve never
May when anti-abortion activists children about to be aborted.” Miller seen this level of intensity,” said the
blocked the entrance to the EMW was among those arrested in foundation’s executive director, Kathy
Women’s Surgical Center in Michigan, and in February was con- Spillar.
Louisville, Kentucky — the last abor- victed of trespassing. The threat of attacks and vandalism
tion clinic still operating in the state. The one attempted bombing in 2017 can significantly boost clinics’ costs,
Saporta said the protesters, organized involved a pipe bomb that did not notably to provide security for facili-
by the militant anti-abortion group explode after being placed in an abor- ties and staff. Some clinics have faced
Operation Save America, were embold- tion clinic in Champaign, Illinois, in extra legal costs challenging state
ened by Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin’s November. The three men charged by laws aimed at restricting abortions.
high-profile efforts to shut down the federal authorities are allegedly part of In part, because of the legal and
clinic. a militia group called the “White financial challenges, the number of
As a result of the blockade, a federal Rabbits” who also have been charged abortion clinics in the U.S. has been
judge established a buffer zone outside in the bombing of a Minnesota declining. As of 2014, when the last
the clinic to keep protesters from mosque last year. comprehensive tally was made, there
assembling in front of the entrance. A clinic in Cleveland incurred more were 788 clinics.

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said company spokeswoman Jasmine Mora in alignment with any new policies, accord- rental market, some residents complained

RULES
Continued from page 1
in an email.
Mora added the incident last month was
exceedingly rare, as the company offers
ing to the report.
While there are additional costs associat-
ed with bringing in the requisite help to
about properties which they claimed were
being rented to house dozens of rotating
pilots, airline attendants and more.
countless listings across the globe with monitor the industry, the report notes The properties allegedly were makeshift
limited disruptions. But when such misbe- imposing taxes or fees could also work to dormitories serving as crash pads for those
spurred by a party last month at an Airbnb havior does occur, she said the company build Millbrae’s income base. who sought cheap and easy access to San
rental which ended with gunshots. While no takes pride in trying to be as responsive as Francisco International Airport. Residents
Hotels are currently required to pay a 12
one was injured in the incident, it did possible to quelling local concerns. To that suggested those who stayed there were disre-
percent transient occupancy tax to the city
promptly inspire residents to flood a City end, Papan lauded the company’s response spectful, disorderly and often compounded
when a visitor stays overnight, generating
Council meeting and call for more stringent as well as Airbnb’s willingness to collabo- existing traffic and parking problems by
abut $8 million annually for the general
controls designed to prevent another simi- rate on future regulations. relying on ridesharing services or rental
fund.
larly unruly outburst. cars to get to work.
As it stands, city policy does not include During the previous discussion of short-
In response, Mayor Gina Papan pledged a specifications addressing the rentals hosted term rentals, residents called at the very Papan said she is uncertain how common
willingness on the part of officials to online which have become increasingly least for a tax to be imposed on such prop- such arrangements are in Millbrae, but said
approve rules addressing the issues raised common in recent years, according to a city erties as a means of leveling the playing generally similar issues are faced by a hand-
by residents. report. Such rentals are regulated under the field with hotels and also generating rev- ful of local communities near the airport.
“Absolutely, ” responded Papan when code pertaining to boarding houses, accord- enue. Beyond neighborhood concerns, the
asked if it is reasonable to expect coun- ing to the report detailing options for more Papan also noted the opportunities pre- report adds the short-term rental market may
cilmembers would direct staffers at the refined rules. sented by potential regulations, while be further constraining an already limited
upcoming meeting to develop new policies. Looking forward, opportunities include adding officials’ attention was guided by an housing market by giving another option
“I think it’s important for all cities through- allowing enforcement on a complaint basis obligation to preserve public safety ahead to property owners who otherwise would
out the Peninsula. We had preliminary regu- — responding to calls from neighbors frus- of seeking additional funds. seek more permanent tenants.
lations, but we need to tighten them up so trated by a short-term rental property near- “This is also a revenue stream, but the pri- Considering the variety of potential areas
we protect the citizens.” by — or modifying the zoning code to mary focus is protecting the residents,” she of concern brought by the industry, Papan
For the company’s part, Airbnb said it is require business licenses, hotel taxes and said. said she expects councilmembers to take an
willing to work alongside officials to draft other payments designed to seek accounta- Beyond the financial advantages, Papan expansive view on reform while consider-
ordinances best suiting Millbrae, where 70 bility from renters and property owners added an enhanced regulation could also ing a variety of perspectives.
hosts list properties. alike, according to the report. work to address complaints of boarding “We are taking an all-inclusive
“We want to work with the city of The latter option, recommended by staff, houses in Millbrae, such as shared living approach,” she said.
Millbrae to help ensure that local residents may require additional city staffers to inven- arrangements used by airline industry work- The Millbrae City Council meets 7 p.m.
can continue sharing their home and to help tory all the properties listed on the short- ers. Tuesday, May 8, in City Hall, 621 Magnolia
hosts comply with the city’s local laws,” term rental market then work to bring them In previous discussions of the short-term Ave.

free, transferable passes for visitors with address those factors so another neighbor- individuals with serious mental illnesses

PARKING
Continued from page 1
additional passes for purchase are among
the measures officials could implement in
a permitting program aimed at easing
hood isn’t similar affected by the meas-
ures.
“I think from the technical perspective,
at the intersection of Fifth and Waverly
avenues. She asked how the program could
affect parking along Waverly Avenue.
parking for residents. Those without per- you want to make sure that if you’re doing LoCoco said parking restrictions along
mits could park there for up to two hours, something in an area you’re not necessari- the street were part of the approval
coast — areas where residents have lodged and an existing 72-hour parking limit ly pushing the problem to the next area,” process for Waverly Place and that those
complaints — aren’t able to find street would continue to apply to all, including he said. “We want to make sure that we are would go into effect once construction is
parking spots. those with permits, said LoCoco. part of a solution and not just part of a completed at the end of May.
“These are neighborhoods where those By establishing a two-year permit term moving problem.” For Chair Everardo Rodriguez, ensuring
parking from the outside creates a bit of a with a singular expiration date and assign- Selby Park residents Diane Lieb and the specific neighborhoods where these
challenge for the folks living in the ing permits to addresses, administration Wiley Nichols said the street parking near programs could go in place would be criti-
neighborhood,” he said at an April 26 of the program could be kept simple and their home at Dexter and Glendale avenues cal to ensuring they are effective and sup-
meeting of the North Fair Oaks allow for those moving in and out of a has become more constrained in recent ported by residents.
Community Council. given neighborhood the option to apply, years as cars they thought may belong to “My initial reaction would be to run this
Though residents have suggested the said LoCoco. workers have taken up spots during the day through the community, the specific com-
parking constraints could be related to To ensure a permit program would and residents returning home from work at munities [where] this may be implemented
employees of nearby businesses parking address the concerns voiced by residents night park in the spots that open up when and just so that the facts about this pro-
in neighborhoods or workers parking util- of a given neighborhood and has suffi- workers leave. They said they are afraid to gram can get out there,” he said.
ity vehicles on residential streets as they cient support among community mem- vacate their spots in case they’re not able Assistant County Manager Mike
work on construction projects, LoCoco bers, LoCoco said the county could estab- to find space when they return home. Callagy assured councilmembers commu-
said the county has yet to collect and ana- lish criteria for reviewing and approving “You can go around the block and your nity meetings would be held near the
lyze the data on how the problems are aris- such a program. That would include requir- spot is taken,” said Lieb. “I’m forever ask- neighborhoods for which the program is
ing in areas they claim are affected. ing at least 50 percent of residents in a ing people, ‘would you move up a little bit being considered and emphasized county
But those questions could be answered in given neighborhood respond to a survey so we can fit one more car here?’” officials are still in the initial stages of
a process county officials are considering about the need for a permit program and Community Councilwoman Linda Lopez exploring permit programs to see if they
undertaking if enough residents speak up two-thirds of respondents to be supportive noted concerns about large utility vehicles are a fit, noting they can be tailored
about the issues in their neighborhoods, of it before officials proceed. parked along Waverly Avenue on the depending on circumstances.
said LoCoco. He said officials would also study the southern edge of the Selby Park neighbor- “These programs come in a variety of
Assigning two street parking permits number of spots available at different hood and near the site of Waverly Place, a forms … there’s really not one size fits
per household at an annual cost of $75 per times of day to identify the cause of the supportive housing project expected to all,” he said. “The key is that there’s got
permit and providing each unit with six crunch and how a program could best make 15 furnished studios available to to be a demonstrated need.”
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Melania Trump debuts ‘Be Best’
campaign for kids’ well-being
By Darlene Superville and hospitals in West Virginia and
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ohio to learn about the epidemic’s
effect on babies born to mothers
WASHINGTON — Melania addicted to the powerful
Trump gave a splashy launch painkillers. She convened a White
Monday to her public awareness House roundtable on the issue last
campaign to help children, call- fall.
ing it “Be Best.” In a rare twist on The first lady invited representa-
their White House roles, she com- tives of major online and social
manded the Rose Garden lectern media companies to the White
while President Donald Trump House in March to discuss internet
watched from the audience. safety, a meeting that came more
The first lady said the “Be Best” than a year after she promised to
campaign will focus on childhood use her White House platform to
well-being, social media use and discourage cyberbullying. Her
opioid abuse. choice was ridiculed almost imme-
“As a mother and as first lady, it diately, given her husband’s habit
concerns me that in today’s fast- of name-calling on Twitter, but
paced and ever-connected world, Mrs. Trump said at the meeting
children can be less prepared to that she wouldn’t be discouraged
express or manage their emotions from doing what she thinks is
and oftentimes turn to forms of right.
destructive or addictive behavior Sanders also pushed back
such as bullying, drug addiction or Monday against the notion that
even suicide,” she said. the president has worsened online
“I feel strongly that as adults, bullying.
we can and should ‘be best’ at edu- “When it comes to kids, this is
cating our children about the something that has been problem-
importance of a healthy and bal- atic, and something that we have
anced life,” she added. seen over the last decade,” Sanders
Trump embraced his wife after said. “And the first lady sees it to
she finished her speech and kissed REUTERS be an important issue, and some-
her cheeks five times in a rare pub- Melania Trump announces the launch of her ‘Be Best’ initiative in the Rose Garden at the White House. thing that she wants to address.”
lic display of affection. They held Written material distributed in
hands as they walked into the Oval Post. And I hope that they’ll do Mrs. Trump’s launch of her plat- ing the Rose Garden event. support of the initiative includes a
Office after Trump signed a procla- better next time.” form came as her husband faces A brief video that played before booklet adults can use to talk to
mation declaring Monday as “Be The first lady lived full-time in questions over $130,000 in hush the first lady appeared recapped children about being online. It is
Best” day. New York during the administra- money paid by one of his attor- some of her public appearances similar to one the Federal Trade
“America is truly blessed to tion’s opening months so the cou- neys to a porn actress who says with children. Several Cabinet Commission released during the
have a first lady who is so devoted ple’s son, Barron, now 12, would she had sex with Trump in 2006. members attended, including Obama administration. A spokes-
to our country and to our chil- not have to change schools Trump has acknowledged reim- Treasury Secretary Steven woman for the first lady said the
dren,” he said before signing the midyear. She and Barron moved bursing his lawyer for the pay- Mnuchin and Transportation agency asked Mrs. Trump to
declaration. into the White House last June and ment to Stormy Daniels, but Secretary Elaine Chao, along with include the booklet in her materi-
The first lady kicked off the since then the first lady has gradu- denies her allegations. Vice President Mike Pence and his als. The agency also wrote a blog
event as the White House pushed ally been raising her public pro- Separately, a former Playboy wife, Karen. The first lady’s moth- post thanking the first lady for
back against a published report file. model has revived her allegations er, Amalija Knavs, was also in the distributing it.
that referenced rumors Mrs. Trump Mrs. Trump joined her husband of a 10-month affair with Trump audience. Modern first ladies typically
does not live with the president, last month to host the prime min- in 2006. Trump also denies the During nearly 16 months as first highlight personal causes.
with press secretary Sarah ister of Japan for a two-day sum- allegations from Karen lady, Mrs. Trump has demonstrat- Nancy Reagan encouraged kids
Huckabee Sanders denouncing it mit at the Trumps’ Florida estate, McDougal. ed her interest in children. She to “Just Say No” to drugs, while
as “outrageous” and “ridiculous.” and the Trumps hosted the presi- Such reports have kept the first visited young hospital patients in Barbara Bush and Laura Bush
“The first lady lives here at the dent of France at the White House lady’s relationship with her hus- the U.S. and during overseas trips emphasized literacy and educa-
White House. We see her regular- on a three-day state visit, includ- band under intense scrutiny, and with the president, often reading tion. Michelle Obama launched
ly, ” Sanders told reporters. “I ing a lavish state dinner. Mrs. Mrs. Trump has, at times, has to them and encouraging them to her “Let’s Move” campaign
think that’s something that Trump also represented the admin- been noticeably absent from her do their best. against childhood obesity about a
belongs in tabloid gossip, not on istration at the April funeral of husband’s side. But both made a Her interest in the opioid drug year after moving to the White
the front pages of The Washington former first lady Barbara Bush. point of displaying affection dur- crisis has taken her to care centers House.

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and bus routes makes it a desirable modate the school.

DISTRICT
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location, said McManus.
The Burlingame site holds the addi-
tional benefit of proximity to local
Should the process unfold as intend-
ed, the new facility comprised of near-
ly 15,000 square feet spread across
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an eminent domain complaint against is $10. For more information call 726- 341-5633.
a conglomerate of parties owning “The bottom line is, we want stu- High school district officials have 3110.
The Dynamic History of Palo Alto’s
property at 858 and 860 Hinckley dents to come to school every day. And worked for years to find a new home for Documentar y club. 6:30 p.m. to Evolving Gas Utility. 7 p.m. to 8:30
Road. being in a business park, we find this the district’s continuation campus. 8:30 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 p.m. Museum of American Heritage,
to be a wonderful opportunity for stu- Recently, they were hopeful to move it Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. This 351 Homer Ave., Palo Alto. $10 entry
The action follows a school board film follows the stories of six trainers, fee. For more information call 321-
decision in March authorizing such a dents,” said McManus. onto property on Rollins Road previ- their horses and their families as 1004.
maneuver, as officials suggest the Officials have had limited success ously rented from the county Office of they pursue the ultimate goal: to
have their horses stand at the gate Are You Ready to Vote in June? 7
Bayshore property is among the few negotiating terms of a deal with prop- Education as a temporary home for for a shot at winning the Kentucky p.m. Martin Luther King Community
suitable locally to serve as the new erty owners Herbert Wei and a variety Design Tech High School, but recon- Derby. For more information call Center, 725 Monte Diablo Ave., San
591-8286. Mateo. The League of Women Voters
home to Peninsula Alternative School. of parties affiliated with a trust owning sidered when a suitable deal could not is sponsoring a program that will
the land, McManus said. be reached with county officials. Human Traff ick ing in the Bay provide an overview of where, when
Assistant Superintendent Elizabeth Area. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Menlo Park and how to vote. San Mateo County
McManus said the move comes as offi- As a result, officials started the For the Crestmoor campus, officials Main Library, 800 Alma St., Menlo is implementing a new voting sys-
cials have worked alongside the prop- process of seizing the property under have suggested they may be interested Park. Presentation by Betty Ann tem that will give residents more
in selling a portion of the land to Boeving Hagenau, who will address ways and more days to vote. For
erty owner to acquire the site, and said state law allowing public agencies to what human trafficking looks like in more information call 342-5853.
the two sides are staying in constant acquire land which will be used for pub- finance construction of housing for the Bay Area. For more information
teachers. But the plans discussed last call 330-2501. ‘The Full Monty.’ 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
communication throughout. lic benefit, so long as the owners are Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale
“We are trying to make this work for fairly compensated. Following an year were put on hold until a suitable WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 Blvd., Foster City. Cost $27 to $52. For
the property owners as well as the dis- appraisal, school officials set aside home for the continuation site could Free Pet ‘Fixes.’ 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Bell more information contact boxof-
Street Park, 560 Bell St., East Palo fice@hillbarntheatre.org.
trict,” she said. “We are taking things $5.6 million to buy the land. The dis- be identified. Alto. Free spaying and neutering
in a very methodical way.” trict is also responsible for paying Board President Linda Lees Dwyer clinic hosted by the Peninsula FRIDAY, MAY 11
Humane Society. Surgery performed Free Hearing Screenings. 9 a.m. to
The site east of Highway 101 is the relocation costs for any businesses or has said the housing development by a licensed vet in an SPCA surgery 3 p.m. 88 N. San Mateo Drive, San
right spot to move the school current- people displaced by the acquisition. could be brought back following con- vehicle. One pet per family. Cats and Mateo. In support of May being
dogs only. For more information call Better Hearing Month, come in and
ly located at the former Crestmoor Essence Printing cites the property as struction of the new continuation cam- 340-7022. have your hearing screened for free.
High School campus in San Bruno, one of its two Peninsula locations, pus, but would not address the propos- For more information call 342-9449.
said McManus, who is part of the according to the company website. al until the first step of the facilities San Mateo County ’s New Voting
Drop In Computer Help. 10 a.m. to
administrative team which has long McManus noted the property was for shuffle was completed. noon. Redwood City Main Library, System presented by The League
sale within the past year, but has since Regarding the Burlingame property, 1044 Middlefield Road, Redwood of Women Voters. 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
worked to relocate the continuation City. One-on-one questions Grand Avenue Library, 306 Walnut
closer to the heart of the district. been pulled from the market. She said McManus said officials consider it the answered regarding laptops, e-read- Ave., South San Francisco. For more
As it stands, students face long bus she expects Wei to get the land right spot for the continuation school ers, tablets or mobile phones. For information call 877-8530.
more information call 780-7098.
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school and officials believe that a future negotiations. homes as well as job opportunities. San Mateo Professional Alliance p.m. 33 Arroyo Drive, South San
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more centralized location would better Officials in March approved a reso- “We feel this is really aligned with Central Park Bistro, 181 E. Fourth features a fine art exhibit of two
meet their needs. lution allowing the legal process to the students and getting into the mode Ave., San Mateo. Free admission, dimensional works created by local
lunch ordered off the menu. For and Bay Area artists. For more infor-
Noting most students rely on public begin, claiming the site is one of the of thinking about future careers and more information contact mation call 829-3800.
transportation to get to school, the few suitable pieces of land available where they want to go and getting mike@mikefoor.com.
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founded the annual Half Moon Bay
Leadership Awards/Scholarship pro-
gram, which recognizes local students
away from this role — it’s the right
decision for me, and for my family,”
Kowalczyk said in the release. “I
Shoreline Drive, Suite 200, Redwood
Shores. Join us in a friendly and sup-
portive atmosphere while learning
to improve your communication
and leadership skills. For more infor-
‘Illume.’ 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Menlo-
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555 Middlefield Road, Atherton. The
ballet offers a glimpse into the expe-
rience of displaced people grieving
for their accomplishments and commu- believe it’s important to leave things mation call (202) 390-7555.
the loss of home and their journey
nity service; he co-founded the Half better than we found them, and I hope May Job Fairs. 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. toward an unknown destination.
Kowalczyk is credited with driving Moon Bay Latino Council and is the community agrees that Half Moon Gatepath, 899 Stanton Road, $28-$55. For more information call
policies that brought about the city’s Burlingame. Fill open positions in 231-2025.
involved in several other community Bay is indeed a better place today, with Daly City, Burlingame and Mountain
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Beachwood lawsuit and the last reces- release. library, and other improvements. I did 8508. Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale
Blvd., Foster City. Cost $27 to $52. For
sion, efforts that also made subsequent my best for our community, and I want Living in San Mateo County: more information contact boxof-
“much-needed” capital projects possi- Kowalczyk is also the city’s repre- Community Discussion with Home fice@hillbarntheatre.org.
sentative to the Cabrillo Unified to thank the people here for their sup-
ble, according to the release. port over the years.”
for All. 6 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Grand
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known for his contributions to other Mid-Coastside. The council will decide at an upcom- information call 877-8530. Washington Park Bocce Courts, 850
Burlingame Ave., Burlingame.
noteworthy projects, including the “It’s been my great honor to serve ing meeting whether to leave the seat THURSDAY, MAY 10 Registration closes on May 4. Cost
youth skate park, Mac Dutra Plaza and Half Moon Bay on the City Council for vacant until the next election, appoint Bike to Work Day — Energizing $100 for a four person team. For
Station. 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. more information contact
several bike and pedestrian trails. the past 8-and-a-half years. an interim councilmember or hold a Shorebird Park, 1200 Beach Park rshwartz@myastound.net.
He oversaw the creation of a new Unfortunately, for some deeply per- special election to fill the seat. Blvd., Foster City. Free snacks and
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104 Training 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 127 Elderly Care
TERMS & CONDITIONS
The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi- CRYSTAL CLEANING FAMILY RESOURCE
fieds will not be responsible for more
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia- CAREGIVERS CENTER Caregivers
Caregivers Wanted
Wanted GUIDE
bility shall be limited to the price of one
insertion. No allowance will be made for
San Mateo, CA Home
Home CCare
are Jobs The San Mateo Daily Journal’s
twice-a-week resource guide for
errors not materially affecting the value
of the ad. All error claims must be sub-
2 years experience *Customer Service (650) 600-8108 children and families.
Every Tuesday & Weekend
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis-
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required. Are you... Dependable, EEmail:
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Card. friendly, detail oriented, Look for it in today’s paper to
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w ww.starlightcaregivers.com find information on family
110 Employment Immediate placement Do you have .... Good AApply
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alk-in resources in the local area,
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on all assignments. communication skills, a 4600 EEll CCamino
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hiring for the summer season!
Visit www.Avid4.com/jobs/positions to
Call employment benefits?
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
apply! (650)777-9000 Please call for an
Appointment: (650)342-6978
Day or Night
Day Night Shifts,
Shifftsts, Immediate
Immediate Plac ement
Placement
STATEMENT #277390
The following person is doing business
as: J & L Auto Service, 630 El Camino
Real, MILLBRAE, CA 94030. Registered
Required: 2 yyears
Required: ears paid experience
experience Owners: Luis A. Melgoza Navarro, 382
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER, SM, good pay, current CNA Certification;
or current Certification; Angus Ave. E., San Bruno, CA 94066
benefits. Must have a Class A or B 2)Jose L. Avila Moreno, 20 Greenwood
License. (650)343-5946 M-F, 8-5. Drive Car;
Must Drive Car; Speak
Speak and writewrite English
English Drive, South San Francisco, CA 94080.
The business is conducted by a General
SALES/MARKETING Partnership. The registrant commenced
INTERNSHIPS
NEWSPAPER INTERNS to transact business under the FBN on
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking N/A.
for ambitious interns who are eager to
jump into the business arena with both NOW HIRING!
JOURNALISM /s/Luis A. Melgoza Navarro/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs The Daily Journal is looking for in-
of the newspaper and media industries. terns to do entry level reporting, re- sor-County Clerk on 4/13/18. (Published
CARE HOMES IN SAN MATEO in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/17/18,
This position will provide valuable search, updates of our ongoing fea-
experience for your bright future. AND REDWOOD CITY 4/24/18, 5/1/18, 5/8/18).
Email resume LOOKING FOR tures and interviews. Photo interns al-
info@smdailyjournal.com so welcome.
CAREGIVERS We expect a commitment of four to
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #277371
RIGGER HELPER Interested applicants should call Savoi at eight hours a week for at least four The following person is doing business
full time, benefits, will train. months. The internship is unpaid, but as: Family Care At Home, 638 Vanessa
Clean DMV. Lifting 50 pounds. 1(408)401-3689 Or Joel at
415-798-0021 1(650)454-0497 intelligent, aggressive and talented in- Drive, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Regis-
terns have progressed in time into tered Owners: 1)Keith Damon Roban,
paid correspondents and full-time re- same address 2)Jesusa Cachapero Bit-
porters. bit, 1512 S. Claremont St. #B, San Ma-
teo, CA 94402 3)Melissa Bitbit Roban,
College students or recent graduates 638 Vanessa Drive, San Mateo, CA
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper 94402 . The business is conducted by a
experience is preferred but not neces- General Partnership. The registrant
sarily required. commenced to transact business under
the FBN on N/A.
/s/Keith Roban/
Please send a cover letter describing This statement was filed with the Asses-
your interest in newspapers, a resume sor-County Clerk on 4/11/18. (Published
and three recent clips. Before you ap- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/17/18,
ply, you should familiarize yourself 4/24/18, 5/1/18, 5/8/18).
with our publication. Our Web site:
www.smdailyjournal.com.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
Send your information via e-mail to STATEMENT #277377
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- The following person is doing business
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- as: Positive Perspectives, 1700 S. El Ca-
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 mino Real Suite #124, SAN MATEO, CA
94402. Registered Owner: Aneea Too-
majian, 1531 Kalmia St, San Mateo, CA
94402. The business is conducted by an
Individual. The registrant commenced to
transact business under the FBN on
SALES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales Sept. 15, 2008.
Representative needed to sell newspa- /s/Aneea Toomajian/
per print and web advertising and event This statement was filed with the Asses-
marketing solutions. To apply, please call sor-County Clerk on 4/12/18. (Published
650-344-5200 and send resume to in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/17/18,
info@smdailyjournal.com 4/24/18, 5/1/18, 5/8/18).
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203 public Notices 203 public Notices 203 public Notices Tundra Tundra Tundra
fICTITIOus BusINEss NAmE fICTITIOus BusINEss NAmE fICTITIOus BusINEss NAmE
sTATEmENT #277393 sTATEmENT #277489 sTATEmENT #277623
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
as: Victory Vehicle Registration, 340 Syl- as: Rental Pal, 2710 Mason Lane, SAN as: Vader Wear, 100 Newcastle Lane,
van Ave., SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Reg- MATEO, CA 94403. Registered Owners: BELMONT, CA 94002. Registered Own-
istered Owner: Steven Anthony Van, Steezz LLC, CA. The business is con- er: Supriya Kumar Vaderhobli, same ad-
same address. The business is conduct- ducted by a Limited Liability Company. dress. The business is conducted by an
ed by an Individual. The registrant com- The registrant commenced to transact Individual. The registrant commenced to
menced to transact business under the business under the FBN on 4/23/18. transact business under the FBN on NA.
FBN on 4/18/2018. /s/Michael Roloff/ /s/Supriya Kumar Vaderhobli/
/s/Steven Anthony Van/ This statement was filed with the Asses-
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 4/3018. (Published
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 4/23/18. (Published
sor-County Clerk on 4/13/18. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/8/18,
in the San Mateo Daily Journal 4/24/18, 5/15/18, 5/22/18, 5/29/18).
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/17/18, 5/1/18, 5/8/18, 5/15/18).
4/24/18, 5/1/18, 5/8/18).
fICTITIOus BusINEss NAmE
fICTITIOus BusINEss NAmE sTATEmENT #277477
fICTITIOus BusINEss NAmE sTATEmENT #277563 The following person is doing business
sTATEmENT #277191 The following person is doing business as: Studio One Party & More, 116 E 25th Over the hedge Over the hedge Over the hedge
The following person is doing business as: Mijouri Sushi Bune, 1230 El Camino Ave, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Regis-
as: Shine Hair Studio, 1569 Suite 1 Lau- Real #B, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Reg- tered Owner: Kevin Moreno, 1769 Eisen-
rel St., SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Regis- istered Owner: Ling Lin, 78 Williams hower St., San Mateo, CA 94403. The
tered Owner: Francisca Hernandez, Ave., San Francisco, CA 94124. The business is conducted by an Individual.
2820 S. Norfolk St., San Mateo, CA business is conducted by an Individual. The registrant commenced to transact
94403. The business is conducted by an The registrant commenced to transact business under the FBN on 4.20.18.
Individual. The registrant commenced to business under the FBN on 4/30/2018. /s/Kevin Moreno/
transact business under the FBN on /s/Ling Lin/ This statement was filed with the Asses-
3/27/18. This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 4/20/18. (Published
/s/Francisca Hernandez/ sor-County Clerk on 4/30/18. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/8/18,
This statement was filed with the Asses- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/1/18, 5/15/18, 5/22/18, 5/29/18).
sor-County Clerk on 3/27/18. (Published 5/8/18, 5/15/18, 5/22/18).
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/17/18,
4/24/18, 5/1/18, 5/8/18). ORDER TO shOW CAusE fOR
ChANgE Of NAmE
fICTITIOus BusINEss NAmE CASE# 18CIV01041
fICTITIOus BusINEss NAmE sTATEmENT #277500 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
sTATEmENT #277379 The following person is doing business COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
The following person is doing business as: Green Light Auto Wholesale, Inc., 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
as: My Care Fitness, 3121/2 Los Prados 7469 Mission Street, DALY CITY, CA REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
St., SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered 94014. Registered Owner: Green Light PETITION OF
Owner: Melinda Rose Rudio, same ad- Auto Wholesale, Inc., CA. The business Jeff Kevin Rosales Ramos 203 public Notices 203 public Notices 203 public Notices
dress. The business is conducted by an is conducted by a Corporation. The reg- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
istrant commenced to transact business Petitioner: Jeff Kevin Rosales Ramos ORDER TO shOW CAusE fOR ing on the petition in the following news- ORDER TO shOW CAusE fOR
Individual. The registrant commenced to ChANgE Of NAmE paper of general circulation: ChANgE Of NAmE
transact business under the FBN on N/A. under the FBN on N/A. filed a petition with this court for a decree
CASE# 18CIV01766 San Mateo Daily Journal CASE# 18CIV01922
/s/Melinda R. Rudio/ /s/Al Bastanmehr/ changing name as follows: SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
Present Name: Jeff Kevin Rosales Ra- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, Filed: 4/19/2018
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
sor-County Clerk on 4/12/18. (Published sor-County Clerk on 4/22/18. (Published mos 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, Judge of the Superior Court
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/1/18, Proposed Name: Oliver Arden Rosales REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/17/18, REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 Dated: 4/19/2018
4/24/18, 5/1/18, 5/8/18). 5/8/18, 5/15/18, 5/22/18). PETITION OF (Published 4/24/18, 5/1/18, 5/8/18, PETITION OF
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons James Bueno Pecayo 5/15/18) Morgan Adams Kalakosky
interested in this matter shall appear be- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
fICTITIOus BusINEss NAmE fICTITIOus BusINEss NAmE fore this court at the hearing indicated Petitioner: James Bueno Pecayo filed a Petitioner: Morgan Adams Kalakosky
sTATEmENT #277096 sTATEmENT #277537 below to show cause, if any, why the pe- petition with this court for a decree filed a petition with this court for a decree
tition for change of name should not be changing name as follows: changing name as follows:
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business Present Name: Morgan Adams Kalakos-
as: Chez Shea, 408 Main St., HALF as: BEBAZ BRANDZ, 44 Oakmont Dr, granted. Any person objecting to the Present Name: James Bueno Pecayo
ky
MOON BAY, CA 94019. Registered DALY CITY, CA 94015. Registered Own- name changes described above must file Proposed Name: James Daimos Kazega ORDER TO shOW CAusE fOR Proposed Name: Morgan Adams
Owner: Jeston Inc., CA. The business is a written objection that includes the rea- ChANgE Of NAmE
er: Bethlehem Peace Mission Import, sons for the objection at least two court
conducted by a Corporation. The regis- LLC, CA. The business is conducted by THE COURT ORDERS that all persons THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
days before the matter is scheduled to interested in this matter shall appear be- CASE# 18CIV01616
trant commenced to transact business a Limited Liability Company. The regis- interested in this matter shall appear be-
under the FBN on N/A. trant commenced to transact business
be heard and must appear at the hearing fore this court at the hearing indicated SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, fore this court at the hearing indicated
to show cause why the petition should below to show cause, if any, why the pe- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
/s/Jeston Langland/ under the FBN on N/A. not be granted. If no written objection is tition for change of name should not be
This statement was filed with the Asses- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, tition for change of name should not be
/s/Awad Faddoul Jr./ timely filed, the court may grant the peti- granted. Any person objecting to the granted. Any person objecting to the
sor-County Clerk on 3/20/18. (Published This statement was filed with the Asses- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the name changes described above must file REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 name changes described above must file
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/17/18, sor-County Clerk on 4/27/18. (Published a written objection that includes the rea-
4/24/18, 5/1/18, 5/8/18).
petition shall be held on 05/17/18 at 9
sons for the objection at least two court
PETITION OF a written objection that includes the rea-
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/1/18, a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, sons for the objection at least two court
5/8/18, 5/15/18, 5/22/18). Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this days before the matter is scheduled to Anthony Riesen Dyck days before the matter is scheduled to
fICTITIOus BusINEss NAmE Order to Show Cause shall be published be heard and must appear at the hearing TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: be heard and must appear at the hearing
at least once each week for four succes- to show cause why the petition should Petitioner: Anthony Riesen Dyck filed a to show cause why the petition should
sTATEmENT #277452 not be granted. If no written objection is not be granted. If no written objection is
The following person is doing business fICTITIOus BusINEss NAmE sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- petition with this court for a decree
sTATEmENT #277549 ing on the petition in the following news- timely filed, the court may grant the peti- timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
as: The Housing Guild, 1061 High Road, tion without a hearing. A hearing on the changing name as follows: tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
WOODSIDE, CA 94062. Registered The following person is doing business paper of general circulation: petition shall be held on 06/06/18 at 9
San Mateo Daily Journal petition shall be held on 05/30/18 at 9 Present Names:
Owners: Lawrence H. Shane and Ryan as: Zcoffee, 1715 Lake St., SAN MA- a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
Shane, same address. The business is TEO, CA 94403. Registered Owner: Da- Filed: 4/5/2018 Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this 1. Anthony Riesen Dyck Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
vid Zahriya, same address. The busi- /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ Order to Show Cause shall be published 2. Greyson Daniel Dyck Order to Show Cause shall be published
conducted by Copartners. The registrant Judge of the Superior Court
commenced to transact business under ness is conducted by an Individual. The at least once each week for four succes- at least once each week for four succes-
registrant commenced to transact busi- Dated: 4/4/2018 sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
3. Alexandra Olivia Dyck sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
the FBN on 4/1977. (Published 4/17/18, 4/24/18, 5/1/18, Proposed Names: ing on the petition in the following news-
/s/Lawrence H. Shane/ ness under the FBN on 2003. ing on the petition in the following news-
/s/David Zahriya/ 5/8/18) paper of general circulation: 1. Anthony Riesen paper of general circulation:
This statement was filed with the Asses- San Mateo Daily Journal
sor-County Clerk on 4/19/18. (Published This statement was filed with the Asses- San Mateo Daily Journal 2. Greyson Daniel Riesen
Filed: 4/16/2018 Filed: 4/25/2018
in the San Mateo Daily Journal 4/24/18, sor-County Clerk on 4/27/18. (Published 3. Alexandra Olivia Riesen /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/1/18, /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
5/1/18, 5/8/18, 5/15/18). Judge of the Superior Court Judge of the Superior Court
5/8/18, 5/15/18, 5/22/18). sTATEmENT Of ABANDONmENT Of Dated: 4/23/2018
Dated: 4/12/2018 THE COURT ORDERS that all persons (Published 5/1/18, 5/8/18, 5/15/18,
ThE usE Of A fICTITIOus BusINEss (Published 4/24/18, 5/1/18, 5/8/18,
fICTITIOus BusINEss NAmE interested in this matter shall appear be- 5/22/18)
fICTITIOus BusINEss NAmE NAmE sTATEmENT m-275107 5/15/18)
sTATEmENT #277446 Names of the person abandoning the fore this court at the hearing indicated
The following person is doing business sTATEmENT #277280
The following person is doing business use of the Fictitious Business Name: below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
as: E.V., 101 Hickey Blvd. #A416, Mark Costa. Name of Business: Fixate.
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. as: British Swim School, 701 Foster City Date of original filing: APRIL 7, 1997. Ad- tition for change of name should not be
Registered Owner: Ernesto Valencia, Blvd, FOSTER CITY, CA 94404. Regis- dress of Principal Place of Business: granted. Any person objecting to the
990 Saint Francis Blvd. #1032, Daly City, tered Owner: P&S Aquatics LLC, CA. 716 Central Ave, MENLO PARK, CA
ORDER TO shOW CAusE fOR 210 Lost & found
CA 94015. The business is conducted The business is conducted by a Limited
ChANgE Of NAmE name changes described above must file
94025. Registrant: Mark Costa, same CASE# 18CIV01617
by an Individual. The registrant com- Liability Company. The registrant com- address. The business was conducted SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, a written objection that includes the rea- LOsT CAT. Black and White. Black
patch on right eye. REWARD.
menced to transact business under the menced to transact business under the by an Individual. COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, sons for the objection at least two court Call (323) 439-7713.
FBN on 04/01/2018. FBN on N/A. /s/Mark Costa/ 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, days before the matter is scheduled to
/s/Ernesto Valencia/ /s/Pamela Resser/ This statement was filed with the Asses- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
be heard and must appear at the hearing Books
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo PETITION OF
sor-County Clerk on 4/18/18. (Published sor-County Clerk on 4/3/18. (Published in County on 4/13/18. Johanna Sito Colvin Dyck to show cause why the petition should JAmEs pATTERsON hardback books.
in the San Mateo Daily Journal 4/24/18, the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/1/18, (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: not be granted. If no written objection is 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861
nal, 4/17/18, 4/24/18, 5/1/18, 5/8/18). Petitioner: Johanna Sito Colvin Dyck filed
5/1/18, 5/8/18, 5/15/18). 5/8/18, 5/15/18, 5/22/18).
a petition with this court for a decree timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the NIChOLAs spARks hardback books.
changing name as follows: 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861
Present Name: petition shall be held on 06/05/18 at 9
Johanna Sito Colvin Dyck QuALITy BOOks used and rare. World
Proposed Name: Johanna Colvin Riesen a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, & US History and classic American nov-
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V.LOgVINOV, uNusuAL Journey to the
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granted. Any person objecting to the
name changes described above must file paper of general circulation: sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695
a written objection that includes the rea- San Mateo Daily Journal
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days before the matter is scheduled to
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petition shall be held on 06/05/18 at 9
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296 appliances 302 antiques 304 Furniture 310 misc. For Sale 318 Sports Equipment Garage Sales
aIR ConDItIonER, Portable, 14,000 maHoGany antIqUE Secretary desk, taBLE 24"x48" folding legs each end. UnIDEn HaRLEy Davidson Gas Tank Bow FLEx Max Trainer M-3-Very Good
BTU, Commercial Cool model 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 Condition, Like New, Assembled, Paid
CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces-
sories plus remote included.
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
watER StoRaGE tanK, brand new,
$1200 asking $800 Call Michael GaRaGE SaLES
(650)784-1061.
20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $245 OBO.
(650)345-1835
303 Electronics tHREE InCH egg crate foam twin bed
mattress for sound sleep, perfect condi-
275 gallons. 48" x 46" x 39" $155.
(650)771-6324
EStatE SaLES
tion, $20, 650-595-3933 CamPInG BED, inflatable. "Lazy sofa".
antaRES DoLLaRS Bill Changer ma- Like new. $15.00 (650)588-0842 make money, make room!
CoFFEE maKER $15.00 white, Kitchen chines never used for small bus. $95
twIn BED frame-black wrought iron
311 musical Instruments
Gourmet, makes up to 12 cups (650)533- (650)992-4544.
0907 from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341
1929 antIqUE Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut-
CamPInG tEnt, pop up sleeps 2-3 List your upcoming
"Quechua, Fresh Black. Co. Waterproof.
CoLEman LxE Roadtrip Grill -
BLaUPUnKt am/Fm/CD Radio and Re- twIn BED, mattress, box spring, frame ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call Like new. $70.00 (650)588-0842 garage sale,
ceiver with Detachable Face asking (650)742-6776.
Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 $100. (650)593-4490
$ 50. (650)598-9804.
moving sale,
(650)918-9847 ComPEtItoR wEIGHt BenchNever
KInDLE FIRE 8 in. Case and Charger
USED BEDRoom Furniture, FREE. Call
(650)573-7381.
CHRomatIC HaRmonICa: Horner
The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, used Still in box. $45.00 (650)593-1261 estate sale,
ELECtRIC StoVE From Sears
Excellent Condition $225
incl. 64 gig $40 Jeff (650)208-5758
waLL UnIt/Room Divider. Simple
(650)278-5776.
EaSton aLUmInUm bat.33 inches, 30
yard sale,
Please Call (650)244-9267 motoRoLa BRaVo MB 520 (android lines. Breaks down for transportation. oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513 rummage sale,
4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
HotPoInt HEaVy Duty Dryer excellent card Belmont (650)595-8855
EPIPHonE LES Paul 100th
Anniversary Custom Electric Guitar. EVERLaSt 80# MMA Heavy Bag and clearance sale, or
working condition Burlingame $50 Call
Dan (408)656-0958 onKyo aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital
waLnUt CHESt, small (4 drawer with
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
Mint. $600.00 650 421 5469 Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966 whatever sale you
Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, FEnDER mUStanG I guitar amplifier GoLF BaG travel protector, black, $5; have...
maytaG waSHER excellent working Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 wooD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x 70 watts 8-guitar settings.with cover. (650)591-9769
condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 $80. (650)421-5469
(408)656-0958 SamSUnG FLat TV 20" ex.co.incl. GoLF bag with 22 clubs. Great for peo- Reach over 83,450 readers
VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 306 Housewares FEnDER mUStanG ll guitar amplifier ple just learning to play. $90 (650)592- from South San Francisco
mFG H20LaBS Model 300 exc cond 110 watts 8-guitar settings, with cover.
counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. 304 Furniture ComPLEtE SEt OF CHINA - Windsor $130.00 (650)421-5469
2648 to Palo Alto.
Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, in your local newspaper.
Room HEatER Electric 1320 Watts, Ar- FoR SaLE: Epiphone Les Paul Cus-
GoLF BaLLS, good condition, 100 for
2 waLnUt 3-drawer nitestands. Tops 20-pieces in original box, never used.
vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5. $10; (650)591-9769
(650)952-3500
need work but very good cond. $20/ea
(650)952-3466.
$250 per box
(650)342-5630
(3 boxes available). tom Prophecy Electric Guitar. Mint.
$625.00. (650)421-5469.
Call (650)344-5200
GoLF CLUBS {13}, Bag, & Pull Cart all--
SEwInG maCHInE-RoyaL XL 6000
CRyStaL (LEaDED glass) lamp $30. HUGE LUDwIG Drum Set Silver Sparkle $90.00 (650)341-8342
Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. antIqUE DInInG table for six people
with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 Can send picture. (650)464-7860 & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
(650)342-8436. Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $4,300 GoLF CLUBS, used set with Cart for
antIqUE moHaGany Bookcase. Four GRILLInG woK stir fry. high quality (650)369-8013. $50. (650)593-4490
SHowtImE RotISSERIE used once feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. steel. Brand new $27 contact 650 592- 379 open Houses
$90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave 2648 PIano, UPRIGHt, in excellent condi- HEaLtH RIDER. Exercise machine. Ex-
message. aRmCHaIR GooD condition $55. tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769 cellent condition. $95. San Bruno.
(650)266-3184 JULISKa HanD-CRaFtED 6 7/16" (650)794-0839
UnItaP StanDaRD centerset bath-
room chrome faucet, complete, $10, BEDStEaD SInGLE, poster style, box
plates. 2 bxs, of 4 ea. NEW $15.00
(650)344-4756
PIano-1955 BaLDwIn Acrosonic 36”
High, Free for anyone to pick-up
HEaLtHRIDER (oRIGInaL 90's equip-
oPEn HoUSE
(650)595-3933 spring, mattress available. $40.00. (650)295-9121.

VaCUUm CLEanER (reconditioned)
(650)593-7408 KItCHEn CRaFt Cutter with five differ-
UPRIGHt PIano. In tune. Fair condi-
ment). Good condition. $25 (650) 387-
8121
LIStInGS
ent cones, brand new, 5 different knives.
$20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 BEIGE SoFa $99. Excellent Condition $35 contact 650-592-2648 tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886.
(650) 315-2319 mEn'S RoSSIGnoL Skis. $95.00, List your Open House
VIntaGE LInGERIE Washboard circa
wEStERn waSHBoaRD Sales made
of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C. BUnK BEDS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
LaCE taBLECLotH. 84" x 64". Like
1920’s The Zinc King #703. Suitable for
good condition, (650)341-0282. in the Daily Journal.
new and lovely. Rarely used. $35. San
$75. phone 650-369-2486. years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or Bruno. (650)794-0839 strumming $50 (650)369-2486 onE DozEn Official League Diamond
B/O (650)685-2494 Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger Reach over 83,450
wHIRLPooL waSHER DRYER, GE yamaHa aCoUStIC Guitar, model
Refrigerator all working and in good con- CommoDE, GooD condition. $20 obo.
SInK DoUBLE cast iron. Good condi-
FG830 electric. $400.00 (650)421-5469 (650)771-6324. potential home buyers &
tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408
dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. Please call (650)745-6309
zILJIan CymBaLS with stands, 21” PRInCE tEnnIS 2 section nylon black
renters a day,
wHIRLPooL-DRyER GaS Coin Oper- ComPUtER DESK (glass) & chair. Like 308 tools ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99 Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket- from South San Francisco
ated Laundry $99.00 (650)948-4895 or new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or (916)826-5964 $55.(650)341-8342 to Palo Alto.
gtecher@comcast.net antIqUE IRon Hand Drills. 3 available
(650)302-2456
at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron in your local newspaper.
ComPUtER DESK For sale $99
312 Pets & animals totaL Gym XLS, excellent condition.
Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
297 Bicycles (650)520-4650 CRaFtSman 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" aIRLInE CaRRIER for cats, pur. from (650)588-0828 Call (650)344-5200
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
ComPUtER SwIVEL CHAIR. Padded
aDULt BIKES 1 regular and 2 with bal- Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 SHoPSmItH maRK V 50th Anniversary (505)228-1480 local. toUREDGE REaCtIon ii uniflex sys-
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 most attachments. $1,500/OBO. tem 8 irons 3-9 and pitch irons
DESK, GD. cond. $99.99 or b.o. (650)504-0585 onE KEnnEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- new $75. Call May (650)349-0430
Bmx monGooSE Outer Limit Bike, (650)458-3578 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. 470 Rooms
looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933 VIntaGE CRaFtSman Jig Saw. Circa (650)593-2066 tREaDmILL-HoRIzon LIKE New, limit-
1947. $60. (650)245-7517 ed use, Paid $750-Asking $450 OBO
CHILD’S SCHwInn BICyCLE, BLUE in DInInG Room SET - Cherry Wood PaRRot CaGE, Steel, Large - approx HIP HoUSInG
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. (Looks Like Mahogany), two extra VIntaGE SHoPSmItH and BanD 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best (650)508-8662 Non-Profit Home Sharing Program
leaves, Seats up to 10. $800 or best of- Saw, good shape. $300/obo. Call offer. (650)245-4084 San Mateo County
GIRL'S 24" Schwinn bicycle. Good con- fer. (650)591-6331. Call afternoons or (650)342-6993 VIntaGE naSH Cruisers Mens/ Wom- (650)348-6660
dition. $25 (650) 387-8121 evenings PEt CaRRIER for small dog or cat in ex- ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
nEw 12" girls bike w/ training wheels cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349- 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
DInInG taBLE (36"x54") and 4 match- 6059
$75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for 515 office Space
mes $250 .(650)-654-1930. 309 office Equipment PEt taxI Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux
woman’S SKI Boots, Nordica, size 8
$30 (650)592-2047.
Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for
298 Collectibles DRESSER 4-DRawER in Belmont for LaPtoP CaSE or bag. Black. Like new. $25. Call (650)349-6059. -VIRtUaL oFFICES-
$75. Good condition; good for children. Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564. yamaHa RooF RACK, 58 inches $75.
Call (650)678-8585 (650)458-3255 $59 - $150
2 aDoRaBLE 1950's girl dolls ."Ginny" 316 Clothes
doll Knock-offs. Stands & clothes. $20. 310 misc. For Sale
(650)888-9314 DRESSER w/mIRRoR & chest, mid- *Business Internet *Phone Answering
century, blond/tan. Both for $99. Night- 500-600 BIG Band-era 78's--most mint, 5 BoxES male & female square dance 340 Camera & Photo Equip. *Conference Rooms *Offices
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80’S toPS Complete Factory Set All 4841 bunch $200 Maryann (650)574-4439.
Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474. nIKon 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
BESSy SmaLL Evening Hand Bag With lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044 (650) 373-2000
a-tEam FIGURInES Plus Jeep $20 EntERtaInmEnt CEntER for $50. Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 BEaUtIFUL SILVER clutch evening
Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. bag. Never used. $20 (650)794-0839 Bay area Executive offices
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(650)726-4102 BIFoLD SHUttERS 2x28”x79 $10.00 struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
CoLLECtaBLE mEmoRaBILLIa from (650)544-5306 Box oF used men's Levi's and misc. larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
the Bay Meadow. 9 items at $10 each. FREE wooDEn Bed frame, good condi- jeans $99.00 or best offer fair condition
650-346-9262 for inquiries. tion pictures available (650)322-9598 CaSH REGIStER Parts; Much Skin Not (650)589-0764 VIVItaR V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
email tmckay1@sbcglobal.net Guts $500 (415)269-4784 original manual. Like new. $99 SSF 620 automobiles
LEnnox RED Rose, Unused, hand DawGS BRanD Kaymann black and (650)583-6636
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, GLIDER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- CoRKS FoR wine bottles. New, never white snake print loafers size 7 (9.3”) $25
lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. used. 5 bundles of 100 each. $50.00. (650)369-2486 Bmw ‘11 328i Coupe, M package, white
$12.00. (650) 578 9208.
(650)593-7408 345 medical Equipment black, $12,700. (650)302-5523
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Putin vows to boost
Russian economy as
he begins fourth term
By Jim Heintz military involvement in the separatist upris-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ing in eastern Ukraine, with the ruble losing
half its value between 2014 and 2016.
MOSCOW — Vladimir Putin on Monday The country recorded an anemic improve-
launched his fourth term as president with an ment in 2017, with gross domestic product
ambitious call to vault Russia into the top rising 1.5 percent and the ruble recovering
five global economies by developing its some of its value. But the currency dropped
technological products and agricultural about 8 percent again last month after new
exports. U.S. sanctions.
Putin, who has sought to restore Russia’s In the decree, he foresaw Russia becoming
military and diplomatic prominence on the one of the world’s top five economies by the
world stage, focused almost entirely on end of his term in 2024. That would require
domestic issues in his speech after taking the boosting GDP by some 50 percent; Russia
oath of office in a vast, vaulted Kremlin hall currently places about 12th in rankings of
glittering with gold leaf. world economies.
Improving the economy following a reces- Putin made only a brief reference to global
sion partly linked to international sanctions affairs in his speech, saying “Russia is a
REUTERS will be a primary goal of his next six-year strong, active, influential participant in
Russian President Vladimir Putin walks before his inauguration ceremony at the Kremlin in term, Putin said. international life. The security and defense
Moscow, Russia. “Russia should be modern and dynamic, it capability of the country is reliably ensured.
should be ready to accept the call of the We will give these matters the necessary con-
times,” he said in his inauguration speech to stant attention.”
VOTE - JUNE 5TH ELECTION thousands of guests standing in three halls of
the Grand Kremlin Palace.
He acknowledged that the challenges facing
Russia were formidable “but we all remember
Putin later issued an extensive decree call- well that, for more than 1,000 years of histo-
ing for “acceleration of the technological ry, Russia has often faced epochs of turmoil
Judge of the Superior Court development of the Russian Federation” and and trials, and has always revived as a
“creation of a high-performance export-ori- Phoenix, reached heights that others could
Richard Wilson ented sector in the basic sectors of the econo- not.”
my, primarily in manufacturing and the agro- Putin was re-elected in March with 77 per-
The choice for positive change industrial sector.” cent of the vote.
The 65-year-old former KGB agent, who He became acting president on New Year’s
This is a rare contested judicial election in San Mateo County and has led Russia for all of the 21st century either Eve 1999 following the surprise resignation
an important opportunity to vote for who will be judge. as president or prime minister, has been criti- of Boris Yeltsin and won election to his first
Rick is the forward-looking choice for this judicial office. cized for inadequate efforts to diversify the four-year term in 2000. Re-elected in 2004,
economy from its dependence on oil and gas he left office in 2008 because of term limits,
Rick brings many years of experience from systemwide roles exports or develop the manufacturing sector. but was named prime minister and continued
Russia’s economy was hit hard by low to steer the country from that office. He
overseeing litigation for two large public entities and private returned as president in 2012 when the post
world oil prices and sanctions connected to
practice as a partner in a litigation law firm, earning highest Moscow’s 2014 annexation of Crimea and was extended to six years.
possible ratings for legal ability and ethical standards
(Martindale-Hubbell Peer Reviews)
Rick and his wife, Marie, have lived in San Mateo County
over 30 years and raised their children here. They love its
diversity and dynamic quality and want to serve this
community with Rick on the court.

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