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A REFRESHING
PINK SANGRIA
NUCLEAR SUMMIT
TRUMP SEES‘NEW FUTURE’FOR NORTH KOREA, BUT PATH
WALL STREET
MOSTLY RISES
FOOD PAGE 17 UNCLEAR NATION PAGE 7 BUSINESS PAGE 10

Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula


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Hotel tax to ballot, pot tax not yet


San Carlos officials OK TOT increase, table commercial cannabis measure
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF “Because retail cannabis businesses
are not permitted in San Carlos, I wonder
In voting to place a 2 percent
increase to San Carlos’ hotel tax on if some voters will be somewhat confused.”
REUTERS FILE PHOTO
the November ballot and tabling a
A combination photo shows the Time Warner shares price at
vote on a ballot measure to create a — Vice Mayor Cameron Johnson
the New York Stock Exchange and AT&T logo in New York.
new tax on commercial cannabis activ-
ity Monday, city officials are taking 10 percent is an excise tax of up to 10 Cameron Johnson was language in the
steps to ask residents to weigh in on
measures aimed at boosting funding
for city services.
Likely to join a proposal to increase
the city’s hotel tax to 12 percent from
percent on commercial cannabis activ-
ity, which officials tabled in an effort
to make the ballot language easier to
understand for voters.
Of particular concern for Vice Mayor
cannabis tax ballot measure text he
felt might make voters feel like they
are deciding whether to allow retail

See TAX, Page 19


AT&T, Time
WARRIORS ON PARADE Warner OK
for merger
Phone and pay-TV giant will be allowed to
absorb owner of CNN, HBO and Warner Bros.
By Marcy Gordon
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — A federal judge


approved the $85 billion mega-merger of
AT&T and Time Warner on Tuesday, a move
that could usher in a wave of media con-
solidation while shaping how much con-
sumers pay for streaming TV and movies.
U.S. District Judge Richard Leon green- Richard Leon
lit the merger without adding major conditions to the deal.
See MERGER, Page 18

CARY EDMONDSON-USA TODAY SPORTS


Stephen Curry holds the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy during the Warriors 2018 championship victory parade in
Oakland. For the second straight year, throngs of fans turned out for the parade to celebrate a team some are calling an NBA
dynasty and got a treat when several players got off their buses to mingle with the crowd. SEE STORY PAGE 11
Rendering of the Main Street project in Redwood City.

Close superintendent race gets closer Final stamp of approval


Surge of votes for Nancy Magee brings gap in race to 75 more than Gary Waddell for Redwood City project
By Anna Schuessler More than 8,300 against colleague
votes counted Gary Waddell into a By Zachary Clark
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
toward associate dead heat, with both DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
county superintend- candidates taking
Two in the race to become the next ent Nancy Magee’s 50 percent support It has seemed as though Main Street was left behind as
San Mateo County superintendent will bid for the seat from voters. Redwood City’s construction boom transformed downtown
need to wait even longer before a win- since elections offi- Though Waddell’s over the past decade.
ner is called after updated results from cials’ last update early lead widened But many believe that’s about to change now that the City
the county Elections Office Tuesday Thursday has to 501 votes as of Council unanimously approved a mixed-use project at 847-
afternoon showed the vote margin brought her bid
between them dwindled to 75. Nancy Magee Gary Waddell See RACE, Page 18 See MAIN, Page 19
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2 Wednesday • June 13, 2018 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“What intellectual snobs we have
become! Virtue is now in the number of degrees
you have — not in the kind of person you are or
what you can accomplish in real-life situations.”
— Eda J. LeShan, American educator

This Day in History


The movie musical “Grease,” starring

1978 John Travolta and Olivia Newton-


John, had its world premiere in New
York.
In 1 5 2 5 , German theologian Martin Luther married former
nun Katharina von Bora.
In 1 7 8 9 , during the French Revolution, the National
Assembly convened.
In 1 8 4 2 , Queen Victoria became the first British monarch
to ride on a train, traveling from Slough Railway Station to
Paddington in 25 minutes.
In 1 9 11 , the ballet “Petrushka,” with music by Igor
Stravinsky and choreography by Michel Fokine, was first
performed in Paris by the Ballets Russes, with Vaslav
Nijinsky in the title role.
In 1 9 2 7 , aviation hero Charles Lindbergh was honored
with a ticker-tape parade in New York City.
In 1 9 3 5 , James Braddock claimed the title of world heavy-
weight boxing champion from Max Baer in a 15-round fight
REUTERS
in Queens, New York. “Becky Sharp,” the first movie pho-
tographed in “three-strip” Technicolor, opened in New York. Cast member Kelsey Asbille poses at a premiere for the television series ‘Yellowstone’ in Los Angeles.
In 1 9 4 2 , a four-man Nazi sabotage team arrived on Long
Island, New York, three days before a second four-man team In other news ...
landed in Florida. (All eight men were arrested after two mem- Leo out for a bathroom break. She says The (Youngstown) Vindicator reports
bers of the first group defected.) President Franklin D. ‘Roof, roof!’ Dog rescued the dog and the abandoned moose quick- Youngstown police say 21-year-old
Roosevelt created the Office of Strategic Services and the from overhang roof at his home ly became friends. She says the moose Dai’ryon Mitchell jumped out of a car
Office of War Information. followed her and Leo around all day and fled on foot Sunday afternoon when
SPRING LAKE PARK, Minn. —
In 1 9 5 7 , the Mayflower II, a replica of the ship that “Roof! Roof!” He was practically beg- “begging for attention” and she named officers responded to a report of multi-
brought the Pilgrims to America in 1620, arrived at ging to be rescued. it Maggie. ple gunshots having been fired.
Plymouth, Massachusetts, after a nearly two-month journey Firefighters in the Minneapolis sub- Police say officers chased Mitchell
from England. urb of Spring Lake Park on Friday man- Distillery has new bourbon into a home and, while hanging by his
aged to help a 180-pound Saint Bernard flavored by beaver secretion hands from a window ledge, tried to pull
Birthdays named Whiskey who had gotten stuck
on the small roof of the overhang at a
TAMWORTH, N.H. — Beaver-fla-
himself inside when he saw two officers
beneath the window. Mitchell instead
vored whiskey, anyone? lost his grip, fell into the officers’ arms
side door of his home.
A New Hampshire distillery has a new and was arrested after a brief struggle.
The homeowner’s mother was hous-
bourbon, Eau De Musc, flavored partly
esitting when Whiskey pushed out a Mitchell has been charged with
by the secretion from a beaver’s castor
window screen and jumped onto the sec- felony fleeing and eluding. Court
sacs.
ond-story overhang. records don’t indicate if he has an attor-
Tamworth Distilling says the secre-
She and police tried to coax him back ney.
tion, called castoreum, has a history of
inside with dog treats, but to no avail,
being used as a flavoring and is on a
so firefighters with a ladder truck were
small list of FDA ingredients called Uber driver who booted kissing
summoned. One firefighter on a ladder women has license suspended
“generally recognized as safe.”
Comedian Tim Actress Ashley Actress Mary-Kate and two inside eventually managed to
The distillery says on its website cas-
Allen is 65. Olsen is 32. Olsen is 32. pull Whiskey safely into the house. NEW YORK — An Uber driver who
toreum “exhibits bright and fruit quali-
booted out two women who kissed each
Actor Bob McGrath is 86. Artist Christo is 83. Magician Abandoned baby ties (raspberry) and rich leathery notes
other in his car has had his livery
Siegfried (Siegfried & Roy) is 79. Actor Malcolm McDowell is along with creamy vanilla aroma,”
moose, ‘begging for license suspended.
common among barrel-aged spirits.
75. Former U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is 74. Singer New York City Taxi and Limousine
Dennis Locorriere is 69. Actor Richard Thomas is 67. Actor attention,’ befriends dog Other ingredients are raspberry,
Commission spokesman Allan
Canadian snakeroot, fir needles, birch
Jonathan Hogan is 67. Actor Stellan Skarsgard is 67. North WALLAGRASS, Maine — A dog and a bark (tar oil and regular oil) and maple Fromberg calls the driver’s behavior
Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper is 61. Actress Ally Sheedy is 56. young moose have forged an unlikely syrup. “ridiculous.” Fromberg says it’s 2018
TV anchor Hannah Storm is 56. Rock musician Paul deLisle friendship in Maine. and “this isn’t the way we live any-
(Smash Mouth) is 55. Actress Lisa Vidal is 53. Singer David WMTW-TV reports Wallagrass resi- Man literally falls into police’s more.”
Gray is 50. Rhythm and blues singer Deniece Pearson (Five dent Shannon Lugdon and her dog, Leo, The women are a couple in their 20s
Star) is 50. Rock musician Soren Rasted (Aqua) is 49. Actor spotted the week-old moose alone on hands after eluding them and were on their way from Brooklyn to
Jamie Walters is 49. Singer-musician Rivers Cuomo (Weezer) Sunday. Wardens told Lugdon to not YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — An Ohio Manhattan on Saturday when they
is 48. Country singer Susan Haynes is 46. Actor Steve-O is make contact with the young moose man who ran from a traffic stop and then exchanged what they call a “peck” on
because its mother was probably close found himself clinging by his hands to the lips. They say driver Ahmad El
44. Country singer Jason Michael Carroll is 40. Actor Ethan
by eating. a window ledge has been literally Boutari forced them out and a confronta-
Embry is 40. Actor Chris Evans is 37. Actress Sarah Schaub is
Lugdon says the next morning she let caught by police waiting below. tion ensued.
35. Singer Raz B is 33. Actress Kat Dennings is 32.
THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
June 9 Powerball Fantasy Five
Unscramble these four Jumbles, Wednesday: Sunny. Highs in the upper
one letter to each square,
to form four ordinary words. 6 10 15 25 36 14 18 27 28 30 39 50s to lower 70s.
Powerball
Wednesday night and Thursday: Clear.
BIRON Daily Four Lows in the lower 50s. Highs in the
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June 8 Mega Millions


upper 50s to lower 70s.
14 30 33 44 56 13 8 1 7 6 Thursday night: Partly cloudy. Lows in
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Daily three midday the mid 50s. Highs in the upper 50s to
June 9 Super Lotto Plus mid 60s.
SULYO 8 9 1 Friday: Clear. Lows in the lower 50s. Highs in the upper
5 11 27 33 47 18 Daily three evening 50s to lower 70s.
Mega number Friday night: Partly cloudy. Lows in the mid 50s. Highs
0 2 0 in the upper 50s to mid 60s.
NETTAN The Daily Derby race winners are California Classic, No. Saturday: Sunny. Highs in the upper 50s to lower 70s.
5, in first place; Lucky Star, No. 2, in second place; and West winds 10 to 20 mph.
Gorgeous George, No. 8, in third place. The race time Saturday night: Clear. Lows in the mid 50s. Southwest
was clocked at 1:40.64. winds 10 to 20 mph.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Wednesday • June 13, 2018 3


Carjacking suspect leads Local briefs Police reports ported to First Chance and cited after driv-
ing under the influence of alcohol on El
officers on pursuit from San Bruno vehicles burglarized between 12:30 a.m. Camino Real, it was reported at 2:25 a.m.
Police arrested a juvenile who allegedly and 2 a.m. Sunday. That’s a crock Monday, May 28.
carjacked a vehicle in San Bruno and led The burglaries are under investigation. A slow cooker was stolen on Broadway Burg l ary . Someone smashed the window
officers on a pursuit that ended with a crash Anyone with information on the case is in Redwood City, it was reported at 3:50 of a vehicle and stole a bag containing var-
in San Mateo early Friday morning. asked to call Pacifica police at (650) 738- p.m. Saturday, June 9. ious items valued at $140 on Industrial
Officers responded at 2:12 a.m. to the area 7314. Those wishing to submit tips anony- Road, it was reported at 12:03 a. m.
of Santa Lucia and Elm avenues in San Bruno mously can call (650) 359-4444. Monday, May 28.
on a report that someone had taken out a Police advise residents to lock car doors
weapon and ordered a victim out of their and to not leave valuable items in their
SAN CARLOS REDWOOD CITY
vehicle, police said. vehicles to avoid crimes of opportunity. Sus pended l i cens e. A Sunnyvale resi- Petty theft. Several bottles of alcohol
Officers spotted the stolen car shortly dent was cited and released on a promise to were stolen on El Camino Real, it was
afterward as it merged onto southbound Bay Area to receive appear in court after driving with a suspend- reported at 6:31 p.m. Saturday, June 9.
Highway 101 and the driver refused to yield about 2K EV charging stations ed license on El Camino Real, it was report- Burg l ary . Someone broke into a vehicle
when police tried to pull the vehicle over. ed at 3:05 p.m. Wednesday, May 30. and stole tools on Pecan Court, it was
Several Bay Area locations will install Mi s demeano r warrant. A San Francisco
The vehicle then exited the highway onto reported at 12:04 p.m. Saturday, June 9.
more than 2,000 electric vehicle chargers resident was cited and released on a promise
Poplar Avenue in San Mateo where it struck Arres t. Someone was arrested for driving
after the Bay Area Air Quality Management to appear in court after he was found to have
two parked cars, according to police. under the influence after causing a vehicle
District approved more than $6 million in an active misdemeanor warrant with the
The juvenile driver was arrested at the funding for the project. collision on Chestnut Street, it was report-
scene and then taken to a hospital for treat- Alameda County Sheriff’s Office on 22nd ed at 1:54 a.m. Saturday, June 9.
The 2,059 stations will pop up in 134
ment of minor injuries. The juvenile’s name Street, it was reported at 4:45 p. m. Petty theft. Someone stole beverages
locations, including workplaces, schools,
was not released. transportation hubs and apartment com- Monday, May 28. from a business on Broadway, it was report-
Anyone with information about the case plexes. They will reduce greenhouse gas DUI. A Redwood City resident was trans- ed at 10:14 p.m. Friday, June 8.
is encouraged to contact San Bruno police at emissions and other air pollutants, accord-
(650) 616-7100 or sbpdtipline@san- ing to the district.
bruno.ca.gov. The Los Altos School District, East Side
Union High School District, San Francisco
Residents advised to International Airport and Old Redwood
lock car doors after burglars Commons Association received grant fund-
ing to install the new chargers.
target unlocked vehicles GRID Alternatives also received $56,000
Pacifica police are advising residents to to fund the project in low-income communi-
lock vehicle doors after 30 residents report- ties, district officials said.
ed having their vehicles burglarized early “More charging stations in key locations
Sunday morning. will make buying an electric vehicle a smart
Police said an officer responded to a report option for more Bay Area residents,” district
of discarded property around 7 a.m. Sunday executive officer Jack Broadbent said in a
on the 300 block of Reichling Avenue and statement.
identified it as being connected to other auto District officials said funding for the proj-
burglaries in the South Bay and Santa Cruz ect comes from a $4 car registration fee sur-
areas. charge instituted in the Bay Area in 1991.
A neighborhood check determined that the The charge supports clean air vehicles, ride-
30 residents in the immediate area had their sharing, shuttles and bike facilities.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL STATE/NATION Wednesday • June 13, 2018 5

Breed keeps top spot in mayor’s race On Monday, the elec- every single vote must
Around the nation
Actress Rose McGowan indicted
on cocaine charge in Virginia
By Daniel Montes
BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE tions department includ- be counted,” Breed cam- LEESBURG, Va. — A grand jury in
ed about 9,000 votes that paign consultant Marjan Virginia has indicted actress and activist
Exactly one week after voters went to the were tallied since Philhour said in the Rose McGowan on one
polls to choose San Francisco’s next Sunday. Additionally, statement. felony count of cocaine
mayor, President of the Board of elections officials said “Debates about the possession.
Supervisors London Breed remains in the they are still processing Ranked Choice system News outlets report the
lead. more than 17,000 bal- can come later, this is panel handed down the
According to the latest numbers released lots. the system we had going indictment Monday.
Tuesday, Breed remains ahead of former state The mayoral vote Mark Leno in, and it’s the system we Charging documents
London Breed
senator Mark Leno with 111,446 votes, reflects San Francisco have coming out. We are say cocaine was found in
translating to 50.42 percent. ranked-choice voting, in which voters mark pleased to see RVC outcomes, first choice a wallet McGowan left
Leno is behind, but only by 1,861 votes. their first, second and third choices. As can- margins and citywide pluralities converging Rose McGowan behind on a plane last
As of Tuesday, Leno has received 109,585 didates with fewer votes are successively towards one clear leader, and that leader is year. McGowan has
votes, or 49.58 percent. eliminated, their supporters’ votes are London Breed,” Philhour said. maintained the cocaine isn’t hers, and has
Tuesday marks the fourth straight day given to their other choices. The winner of the mayoral race will serve suggested in court papers that the drugs were
Breed has maintained a lead over Leno, who On Monday, Breed’s campaign released a the remainder of the late Mayor Ed Lee’s planted at the behest of movie producer
initially led the race, according to last statement, touting Breed’s dominance. term, which runs through January 2020. Lee Harvey Weinstein.
week’s election numbers. “The most important thing now is that died unexpectedly in December.
Top U.S. attorney in Oregon
charges nine in fraud, pot scheme
Inspector general: Two U.S. dams at risk of ‘insider threats’ PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon’s top federal
prosecutor has charged nine people with
By Kathleen Ronayne meaning their destruction or impairment U.S. Bureau of Reclamation operations cen- financial and drug crimes
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS could hurt national security. Those five ter. The agency disputed some of the find- in a scheme that involved
dams are Shasta and Folsom Dams in ings. defrauding banks and
SACRAMENTO — Two dams critical to California, Glen Canyon Dam in Arizona, Among the factors cited as security risks: using the money to start
U.S. national security are at high risk for Grand Coulee Dam in Washington and Too many people have access to adminis- illegal marijuana grow
“insider threats” that could impair opera- Hoover Dam, which straddles Nevada and trative accounts, employees aren’t chang- houses and fund an inter-
tions because of poor computer security Arizona. ing their passwords often enough, account state pot distribution
practices such as too many employees hav- The United States and other countries access isn’t always revoked when employ- ring, according to court
ing access to administrator accounts and have accused Russian hackers of trying to ees leave, and the agency isn’t conducting documents filed Tuesday.
failures to routinely change passwords, infiltrate critical infrastructure such as robust enough background checks for The case is the first
according to a new inspector general power plants, elevating the sensitivity Billy Williams
employees with high-level privileges. For involving marijuana-
report. around making sure U. S. systems are example, the evaluation found nine of 30 related charges prosecuted by U.S. Attorney
An evaluation released Monday by the secure. administrator accounts hadn’t been used in Billy Williams since he issued a memo crit-
U.S. Department of the Interior doesn’t The inspector general’s report found the more than a year. icizing Oregon’s pot surplus and called on
name the two dams, and spokeswoman two dams are at low-risk of outside cyber The report characterized the issues as state regulators to get a better handle on the
Nancy DiPaolo cited national security con- infiltration — but at high risk of threats “significant control weaknesses that could amount of the drug flowing across state
cerns. But they are among five dams operat- from within. They’re run remotely through be exploited by insiders.” lines.
ed by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation that a computer system that controls genera-
are considered “critical infrastructure, ” tors, valves and gates at the dams from a

Obituary

John Preston Plane


April 22, 1949 – May 27, 2018
John Preston Plane, resident of Hillsborough, passed away
on May 27, 2018, at Mills-Peninsula Hospital at the age of 69,
after a difficult battle with cancer. Born in Vallejo on April
22, 1949, raised in the East Bay, he spent most of his adult
life in San Mateo. He spent four years in the Navy and served
two tours in Vietnam on the USS Midway, meeting his wife of
many years, Gale, in Hong Kong while on R&R.
John began his construction career in 1973 and worked for Hodgson Construction
in Redwood City for 18 years, starting as an apprentice carpenter and ending as
company president. In 1993 he founded John Plane Construction, Inc. which grew in
size and reputation over nearly 25 years.
John was an avid duck hunter who loved his labs and anything in the outdoors,
especially fishing. He was a long-time member of Murdock Gun Club in Colusa,
CA, and a supporter of Ducks Unlimited and California Waterfowl Association. More
recently, he enjoyed spending weekends in Bodega Bay and watching his grandsons
play baseball and soccer.
He will be deeply missed by his wife, Gale Larkin Plane of Hillsborough, daughters
Elizabeth Plane of San Jose and Stephanie Plane of Watsonville, grandsons Preston
Conrad, Anthony John (AJ) Plane, and Isaac Garcia, as well as his mother, Barbara
Plane, and sister Barbara Leibundgut of Washington.
Services were private, but a celebration of his life will be held on Sunday, June
24, from 1-4 at Green Hills Country Club located at 500 Ludeman Lane in Millbrae,
CA. The family suggests donations to Mission Hospice and Home Care or Mills-
Peninsula Hospital Foundation in John’s name.
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Charitable giving in U.S. tops $400 billion for first time


By David Crary The biggest increase was in giving to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS foundations — up 15.5 percent. That surge
was driven by large gifts from major phi-
NEW YORK — Fueled by a surging stock lanthropists to their own foundations —
market and huge gifts from billionaires, including $1 billion from Dell
charitable giving in the United States in Technologies CEO Michael Dell and his
2017 topped the $400 billion mark for the wife, Susan, and $2 billion from Facebook
first time, according to the latest compre- CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife,
hensive report on Americans’ giving pat- Priscilla Chan.
terns. Other sectors with increases of more
The Giving USA report, released than 6 percent included education, health,
Tuesday, said giving from individuals, arts and culture, environment and animal
estates, foundations and corporations welfare, and public-society benefit organ-
reached an estimated $410 billion in 2017 izations — groups which work on such
— more than the gross domestic product issues as voter education, civil rights,
of countries such as Israel and Ireland. The civil liberties and consumer rights.
total was up 5.2 percent in current dollars Despite the record-setting total,
(3 percent adjusted for inflation) from the Americans’ level of generosity is no high-
estimate of $389.64 billion for 2016. er than it was decades ago. For 2017, giv-
“Americans’ record-breaking charitable ing by individuals represented 2 percent of
giving in 2017 demonstrates that even in total disposable income — down from 2.4
divisive times our commitment to philan- REUTERS FILE PHOTO percent in 2000 and the same as the rate in
thropy is solid, ” said Aggie Sweeney, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife donated $2 billion to their own foundation in 2017. 1978. Similarly, total charitable dona-
chair of Giving USA Foundation, which University Lilly Family School of charitable sectors identified by Giving tions have hovered around 2 percent of the
publishes the annual report. It is Philanthropy. USA. The only decline was for areas relat- gross domestic product for many years; for
researched and written by the Indiana Giving increased to eight of the nine ed to international affairs. 2017, that figure was 2.1 percent.

D.C. unveils special exhibits as ’Hamilton’ comes to town Around the nation
By Ashraf Khalil ernment didn’t move to Washington until reflective of Hamilton’s life and career. But Unmanned NASA plane flies
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1800, four years before his death. the real prize of the exhibit are the two solo through public airspace
However, the myriad museums of modern flintlock pistols made of walnut, brass and
WASHINGTON — The blockbuster musi- Washington have been preparing special- gold that were used in the July 11, 1804, EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE — NASA
cal “Hamilton” is finally coming to the ized exhibits designed to appeal to tourists duel with Vice President Aaron Burr, which has flown a large, remotely piloted aircraft
nation’s capital, and the city is preparing and locals who can’t get the tunes out of resulted in Hamilton’s death. equipped with detect-and-avoid technolo-
in ways that only Washington can. their heads. The pistols are on loan from the private gies through the national airspace system
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s genre-bending “D.C. seems like the sort of town that’s collection of JPMorgan Chase & Co. They for the first time without a safety chase
historical musical about the life of tailor-made for this sort of wonky, nerding will only be on display through June 24, plane following it.
Alexander Hamilton is starting a three- out over a former secretary of the Treasury,” although the museum’s larger Hamilton NASA says Tuesday’s flight over
month run at the Kennedy Center on said Daniel Piazza, chief curator of stamp exhibit will continue through next year. California moves the U.S. closer to normal-
Tuesday. collections at the Smithsonian’s National The Library of Congress is unveiling its izing unmanned aircraft operations in air-
Hamilton didn’t actually spend much of Postal Museum. own Hamilton display, drawing on its col- space used by commercial and private
his life or professional career in The Postal Museum has already launched lection of more than 12,000 of Hamilton’s pilots.
Washington. The U. S. capital was in an exhibit, “Alexander Hamilton: Soldier, papers and documents. Much of it will have The test used NASA’s Ikhana, a non-mili-
Philadelphia when he served as the nation’s Secretary, Icon,” that includes mail, por- direct connections and references that fans tary version of the Air Force’s MQ-9
first treasury secretary, and the federal gov- traits, and postage and revenue stamps of the musical will recognize, according to Predator B that is 36 feet long and has a 66-
curator Julie Miller. foot wingspan.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION/WORLD Wednesday • June 13, 2018 7


Trump sees ‘new future’ for
N. Korea, but path unclear
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The head-scratching was a fitting
end for a meeting marked by unpre-
SINGAPORE — President Donald dictability. The face to face was
Trump wrapped up his five-hour unthinkable just months earlier as
nuclear summit with North Korean the two leaders traded insults and
leader Kim Jong Un with surpris- nuclear threats. In agreeing to the
ingly warm words and hope for “a summit, Trump risked granting Kim
bright new future” for Kim’s isolat- his long-sought recognition on the
ed and impoverished nation. Yet he world stage in hopes of ending the
immediately faced pointed ques- North’s nuclear program.
tions at home about whether he got While progress on the nuclear
little and gave away much in his question was murky, the leaders
push to make a deal with the young spent the public portions of their
autocrat — including an agreement
five hours together expressing
to halt U.S. military exercises with
optimism and making a show of
South Korea.
their new relationship. Trump
Meeting with staged ceremony declared he and Kim had developed
on a Singapore island, Trump and
“a very special bond.” He gave Kim
Kim signed a joint statement
a glimpse of the presidential limou-
REUTERS Tuesday agreeing to work toward a
denuclearized Korean Peninsula, sine. Kim, for his part, said the
Donald Trump and North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un hold a signing ceremony at the conclusion of their summit leaders had “decided to leave the
at the Capella Hotel on the resort island of Sentosa, Singapore. although the timeline and tactics
were left unclear. Trump later prom- past behind” and promised, “The
world will see a major change.”

Trump retreats from U.S. ised to end “war games,” with ally
South Korea, a concession to Kim
that appeared to catch the Pentagon
and Seoul government off guard and
Soon, Kim was on a plane headed
home, while a clearly ebullient
Trump held forth for more than an

moral leadership stance


By Jonathan Lemire that his main interest — almost his supremacists for last summer’s
sowed confusion among Trump’s
Republican
Washington.
supporters in
hour before the press on what he
styled as a historic achievement to
avert the prospect of nuclear war.

and Matthew Pennington


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
sole interest — was taking a first
step toward denuclearizing the
deadly clash with anti-racist demon-
strators in Charlottesville,
For Trump and Kim, maybe the
Korean Peninsula. There was no lec- Virginia, suggesting there was
WASHINGTON — Beaming in the turing of Kim over how to treat his blame “on both sides.” And when spectacle is what truly counted
moments after his summit with Kim own people in a nation that is esti- he asked to condemn the murders By Ted Anthony emerged on top.
Jong Un, President Donald Trump mated to have between 80,000 and carried out under the rule of Vladimir Strip away the spectacle and
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
was asked about North Korea’s his- 120,000 political prisoners and Putin in Russia, Trump retorted look for the substance, the pundits
tory of human rights horrors. “It’s remains one of the world’s most “There are a lot of killers. You think insist. But what if that’s not the
rough,” he allowed. Then he added, closed and oppressive societies. our country’s so innocent?” NEW YORK — Put aside the whole point? What if, on a sunny
“It’s rough in a lot of places, by the Though Trump is far from the first But Trump did draw graphic atten- “deliverables” and the “outcomes” tropical morning in Singapore,
way. Not just there.” U.S. president to work with an tion to North Korea’s human rights and the “takeaways.” Put aside, for the spectacle itself was the most
Trump’s verbal shrug in unsavory counterpart to achieve a record in his State of the Union argument’s sake, the question of substantial thing of all?
Singapore represented a striking strategic goal, his decision to address in January, and championed what was actually accomplished, “People thought this could
change from the way U.S. presi- broadcast that he tacitly accepts the plight of U.S. citizens who had at least in the way that we usually never take place. It is now taking
dents have viewed their job, a shift Kim’s history of atrocities was a been imprisoned in Pyongyang. So use the word. Put aside your poli- place,” Trump said after the meet-
from the nation’s asserted stance as sharp break from the position of he was all but bound to address the tics, even — if only for a moment. ing. And in that he is utterly cor-
the globe’s moral leader in favor of presidents from both parties to set issue in some form in his unprece- The summit that brought Donald rect. A decade ago, a year ago and
an approach based more on trade- America as the exemplar shining dented meeting with Kim Jong Un. Trump of Washington and Kim certainly six months ago, the
offs with adversaries and allies city on a hill for other nations to He told reporters that he did raise Jong Un of Pyongyang together notion of these two sitting down
alike. emulate. It has been much the same the cases of Japanese abducted by for gripping, grinning and talking together — “Little Rocket Man”
Trump, who quickly left for the at home. North Korea in the 1970s and Tuesday is being vigorously and the “deranged U.S. dotard,” as
long journey home after his whirl- He pointedly refused to exclusive- 1980s and the plight of persecuted debated across the planet for what they derisively called each other
wind summit with Kim, made clear ly blame neo-Nazis and white Christians in North Korea. it did, what it didn’t do and who — seemed unfathomable.

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House aiming at campaign-season


bills focus on battling opioid abuse
By Alan Fram ernment to repay up to $250,000 in student
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS loans for some drug treatment workers who
agree to serve in areas with especially
WASHINGTON — The House is diving severe problems. Others would prod health
into a two-week vote-a-thon on dozens of care providers to prominently display in
bills aimed at opioids abuse, as lawmakers their records when a patient has substance
seek to bolster efforts to curb a crisis that’s abuse problems, and create grants to help
killing tens of thousands a year and to score hospitals open opioid treatment centers
a popular win they can tout for the midterm with a wide range of services.
elections. Congress would have to provide actual
A handful of the measures are contentious, money for the new programs in later bills —
including one Republican bill that would a difficult task, even for popular programs,
create new criminal penalties for making or with annual federal deficits expected to soon
trafficking certain synthetic drugs contain- surpass $1 trillion.
ing fentanyl. That powerful opioid can be Nearly 64,000 people died from drug over-
made illegally and is taking a growing toll. doses in 2016, including around two-thirds
Democrats complain that the legislation whose deaths involved opioids, according REUTERS
would give the government unfettered power to the most recent figures from the federal TV news crews await rulings outside the U.S. Supreme Court as the court nears the end of its
to decide which drugs would be banned, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. term with justices weighing decisions in several pending cases.
without scientific input. An estimated 11.8 million people misused
Most of the 39 bills scheduled for votes
this week and dozens more next week are
modest and also bipartisan — testament to
opioids that year, mostly by abusing pre-
scription pain relievers.
Opioids are natural or synthetic drugs that
Supreme Court’s inactive voter roll
the deadly toll the problem is inflicting in
urban Democratic and rural Republican areas
alike. They include one allowing the gov-
can be prescribed for pain relief, but they
can also be made illicitly or legally provid-
ed prescriptions can be abused.
decision may have limited impact
By Christina A. Cassidy Oklahoma, that process begins after voters
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS miss two or more federal elections.
In Ohio, it starts if voters sit out a two-
ATLANTA — A U.S. Supreme Court ruling year period that includes just one federal
has cleared the way for states to take a election. They are removed from the rolls if
tougher approach to maintaining their voter they fail to vote over the following four
rolls, but will they? years or do not return an address-confirma-
Ohio plans to resume its process for tion card.
removing inactive voters, which was Opponents of the laws say their intent is
affirmed in Monday’s 5-4 ruling, after the to purge people from the rolls, particularly
November elections. It takes a particularly minorities and the poor who tend to vote
aggressive approach that appears to be an Democratic. Supporters say voters are given
outlier among states. plenty of chances to keep their active status
Few appear eager to follow. and that the rules adhere to federal law requir-
“Our law has been on the books. It hasn’t ing states to maintain accurate voter rolls.
changed, and it isn’t changing, ” said Democrats and voting rights groups have
Oklahoma Election Board spokesman Bryan expressed concern that other states will be
Dean. emboldened by the ruling and adopt more
At issue is when a state begins the process aggressive tactics to kick voters off the
to notify and ultimately remove people rolls. In addition to Oklahoma, Georgia,
from the rolls after a period of non-voting. Montana, Oregon, Pennsylvania and West
In most states with similar laws, like Virginia have laws similar to Ohio’s.

Sexual harassment seen as Around the nation


threat to new female scientists While women are still outnumbered by
WASHINGTON — Sexual harassment men, universities are recruiting more
plagues academic science, and colleges and women to science-related fields than ever
universities that train scientists need a cul- before — but the new report makes clear that
ture change so women won’t be bullied out pervasive sexual harassment puts those
of the field, according to a new report. gains at risk.
In fact, it’s time to treat sexual harassment “If we are losing talent in science, engi-
as seriously as research misconduct, the neering and medicine, then that is some-
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering thing that is detrimental to our country and
and Medicine said Tuesday in recommenda- quite frankly to the world, ” Wellesley
tions aimed at U.S. institutions of higher edu- College President Paula Johnson, who co-
cation and groups that fund them. chaired the report, said in an interview.

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Getting Americans back in the labor force
Other voices The bill also says that states must
Life with Father
“C
The Wall Street Journal direct the funding toward families ompetent fathering is one of the most pow-
below 200 percent of the poverty erful, renewable resources in the life of a

T
he low U.S. labor force partic- waivers for work requirements. line. Governors and state legislators family — generation after generation. The
ipation rate has several caus- The current system requires states to have shuffled money around into other potential of every boy and girl born into a family is
es, but a major one is the dis- engage 50 percent of families in work priorities that aren’t aimed at low- brought to fruition by involved fathering, or confounded
incentive to work created by govern- activities. But that means states can income individuals, and TANF funding or dissipated by destructive fathering.” — Kyle D. Pruett,
ment programs. The Republican write off some of the tougher cases. has become a popular pot for state “Fatherneed.”
Party’s growth wing has spent years And gimmicks like a “caseload reduc- lawmakers to raid in a pinch. A few years ago, we spent a couple of weeks in Yosemite
developing ideas for addressing these tion credit” allow states to buy down Attacks from Democrats will not be Valley, reveling in the natural beauty of the mountains,
incentives not to work and rise up the the 50 percent rate to a much lower nuanced — or accurate. Mr. Brady’s trees, rivers and waterfalls, renewing our spirits, enjoying
economic ladder, and the results are benchmark or even 0 percent of fami- bill maintains current levels of fund- the quiet without TV or radio. When we weren’t appreciat-
starting to show. lies. Mr. Brady’s bill would require ing. It isn’t “slashing” or “gutting” ing nature as we toured the valley floor on our bicycles or
Last month to almost no attention that 100 percent of recipients engage or other descriptions that are sure to picnicking in a meadow, I enjoyed people watching. It
the House Ways and Means in work or training as a precondition appear in the coming weeks. For now was fascinating to watch the various ways that parents
Committee moved a bill from of receiving benefits. the bill looks like a long shot in the interacted with their children. I especially noted some of
Chairman Kevin Brady that would More broadly, the bill moves from a Senate thanks to flight risks like the men (assuming dads) who demonstrated disparate
update the Temporary Assistance for measure of participation in work to Susan Collins of Maine, but welfare images of parenting.
Needy Families program, known as new metrics that will try to tilt at reform is popular. The House is also One evening near the
TANF. This program is the result of questions such as: Did this recipient moving as part of the farm bill on ranger program area where
the Newt Gingrich-Bill Clinton 1996 get and keep a job? Health and Human work requirements for food stamps, children like to play while
welfare reform. Services will manage a dashboard that which are a much larger share of their parents chat or wait to
The American Enterprise Institute’s grades states. States have flexibility spending on income transfers. get into the restaurant, I
Robert Doar noted recently that TANF on setting goals and targets, which The timing is right for these noticed a father with a tod-
on the whole is a success. The pro- can dilute accountability but is an reforms amid a 3.8 percent jobless dler in each hand joyfully
gram has declined as a share of 1996 improvement over the status quo. rate and worker shortages across the leaping from the stage onto
spending while Medicaid and food Some changes aren’t about the country. Paying people to make it the ground (about 12 inch-
stamps have exploded. One big rea- folks receiving benefits but the peo- easy not to work — and thus languish es). Over and over again
son is because TANF is a block grant ple who run the programs. State bene- for a lifetime in poverty — is not they enthusiastically
to states, unlike the Medicaid racket fit offices are too often places to pick compassionate. It’s destructive of repeated the jumps. After
that allows states to draw down more up a check and little else. The plan human dignity and leads to more one child slipped and
federal dollars for every new enrollee. would toughen up case-management inequality. Republicans are right that bumped his shin, Daddy
The program even survived attempts practices, which is essential for help- welfare reform will assist American sympathetically brushed
at sabotage by the Obama ing folks, say, making a career transi- upward mobility, and they should take away his tears. Soon mother called them to dinner and off
Administration like expanding tion. the case to the public. they merrily skipped.
Soon a baby’s loud cry caught my attention. Storming

Letters to the editor out of the bar came a man holding a screaming baby of
around a year old on his hip, facing out — a drink and a
cigarette in the other hand. The father was obviously
Do you want multiple cell towers in I recall conceived the project a couple angry — seemingly incensed that his “happy hour” had
Say no to cell towers front of homes, schools, day care cen- decades (or more) back; Brad been interrupted by that “awful brat.” He obviously was
Editor, ters and your favorite restaurant? Underwood, Public Works director; not interested in comforting the child.
There are no laws regulating the Should the business strategy of tele- Hae Won Ritchie, engineering manag- The next day I noticed a man and a small girl sitting on
installation of cell towers in San coms thwart citizen rights? Please get er; and Otis Chan, senior engineer a large rock next to a meadow that had been roped off for
Mateo. Telecom companies are in a involved. Write the City Council. were key actors. preservation and renewal. Dad (I assumed) was telling the
race to install a cell tower on every Attend the public meeting on June 18. The San Mateo County girl why she shouldn’t play in that meadow or pick the
block in every residential neighbor- Visit safesanmateo.com and sign the Transportation Agency (SMCTA) flowers. Then, when a big blue jay brazenly hopped close
hood and business area of our city. petition by San Mateo Citizens for a Board and staff were responsible for to them, possibly hoping for a crumb of the cookie the
The telecoms have admitted that these Safe Environment to City Council funding $18M of the total $26M proj- child held, they marveled together about the bird.
towers are needed to advance 5G net- today. ect, with city, state and federal dollars At another time, I noticed a young boy and his father
works which require the towers be providing the balance. SMCTA sitting near the pool, apparently waiting for someone.
closer to customers. 5G has not been Danielle Moskowitz Projects Director Joe Hurley and The child picked up a stick that he immediately trans-
developed and tested so why all the Project Manager Pam Kwan led this formed into a “firearm.” Wildly waving the stick in the air,
San Mateo he shouted, “Bang, bang, Daddy! You’re dead.” “Look,”
rush? The answer is simple, if the tele- critical role.
com does not substantially change the Caltrans, owner and operator, said Daddy, “Shoot that bird up there.” Then, “Shoot that
dimensions of a 4G tower, they can
Hooray for the El Camino designed the project and advertised, squirrel. Get that other bird.” Mother arrived and, as the
quickly upgrade it to 5G without pro- Real/SR 92 Interchange Project awarded and administered the contract. three walked away, the boy continued his imaginary
viding any notice to residents. Editor, Numerous Caltrans engineers and con- slaughter.
The City Council will finally con- I, a longtime San Mateo resident struction management personnel were Of course, I have no way of knowing what kinds of par-
sider a draft ordinance regulating cell and traffic and civil engineer, am very involved, and Doug Inori was Caltrans ents these men were at any other time, but I think my
towers in the public right of way 7 pleased with the new interchange project engineer. brief observation of their behavior gave a pretty good
p.m. June 18. San Mateo will be inun- improvements at El Camino Real and Last but not least, Ghilotti clue. At least these children had their fathers in their
dated with excessive, unnecessary and State Route 92. I believe this project Construction was the general contrac- lives, unlike many who have been abandoned by their
possibly harmful cell towers unless has dramatically improved traffic, tor and applied its deep and broad dads in one way or another, but, of course, there is more to
the City Council promptly acts to pedestrian and bicycle safety and experience to the difficult challenges it than that. As Pruett wrote: “The bottom line, document-
strengthen the draft ordinance to pro- operations at this heavily-used junc- of building the improvements under ed over and over again, is that the degree of involvement
tect citizen safety and property val- tion by eliminating the merge/weave major traffic loads. of father with sons and daughters is solidly associated
ues. Citizens should be given the conflicts on El Camino and 92 and These projects take a lot of time and with self-esteem measures in older adolescents.”
opportunity to provide substantial constructing signalized intersections, effort, and those involved deserve our Among other things, a competent father is one who
input into the draft. This is our home. bicycle lanes and new sidewalks. thanks. feels good enough about himself so that he doesn’t see his
Telecoms should be challenged as to Kudos to city staff and officials for children merely as some kind of status symbol or an
whether proposed 4G cell towers are their persistent efforts to define, justi- impediment to his personal interests. He’s happy to give
Paul Krupka of himself and his time to contribute to his children’s
really necessary to close a substantial fy and secure funding for this priority
gap in service. project. Besides Larry Patterson, who San Mateo healthy growth and development and is willing to learn in
the process. He has grown up enough so that he is not
childish or hung up on authority and therefore can be
OUR MISSION: patient, kind, understanding and supportive. Being secure
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Moe Alshafie Michael Davis lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to the presence of their dad in their lives, in our culture we
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Stocks mostly rise following Trump-Kim summit


By Ken Sweet two-day meeting on interest rates
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS on Tuesday. Investors expect the
High: 25,364.37 central bank to raise its bench-
Low: 25,247.04 mark rate by a quarter of a percent-
NEW YORK — Stocks mostly
rose in a quiet Tuesday session, as Close: 25,320.73 age point to a range of 1.75-2 per-
investors reacted calmly to the Change: -1.58 cent. However investors’ attention
outcome of a meeting between will focus more on how many addi-
OTHER INDEXES tional rate hikes Fed officials may
President Donald Trump and North S&P 500: 2786.85 +4.85
Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and do this year.
turned their attentions to this NYSE Index: 12,844.72 -12.24 The government said that U.S.
week’s trio of central bank meet- Nasdaq: 7703.79 +43.87 consumer prices rose 0.2 percent
ings. NYSE MKT: 2722.14 -21.27 in May, with surging gasoline
The Standard & Poor’s 500 index Russell 2000: 1682.30 +7.62 costs driving much of the increase.
rose 4.85 points, or 0.2 percent, Wilshire 5000: 29,098.02 +71.39 The Labor Department said
to 2,786.85, closing at its highest Tuesday that the consumer price
level since February 1. The Nasdaq 10-Yr Bond: 2.95 0.00 index climbed 2.8 percent last
composite added 43.87 points, or Oil (per barrel): 66.04 -0.06 month from a year earlier, putting
0.6 percent, to 7,703.79 and the Gold : 1,299.60 -3.60 inflation on its fastest annual pace
Dow Jones industrial average fell since February 2012. But core
1.58 points, or less than 0.1 per- Peninsula” and to “build a lasting world’s largest economies: Japan, defense contractors were among prices — which exclude the
cent, to 25,320.73. The Russell and stable peace regime” on the China and South Korea. the biggest decliners in the S&P volatile food and energy cate-
2000, an index that makes up Korean Peninsula. “Deal or no deal? Just don’t ask 500. Raytheon lost nearly 3 per- gories — have risen a milder 2.2
mostly small companies, rose The broad promises largely reit- what comprises a ‘deal’ and we are cent to $206.61, Lockheed Martin percent over the past 12 months.
7.62 points, or 0.5 percent, to erated past agreements, while fine. At the risk of sounding a tad fell 1.3 percent to $315.16 and Fed officials have been closely
1,682.30. many of the details were left vague frivolous, that appears to be the Northrop Grumman fell 1.5 per- watching inflation data, since they
Both the Russell and the Nasdaq and there was no agreement on truth of the matter,” said Vishnu cent to $329.35. have a target of inflation being
set new record highs. ending the technical state of war Varathan of Mizuho Bank in With geopolitical issues set roughly 2 percent per year. Since
Trump and Kim concluded their between North and South Korea. A Singapore of the Trump-Kim sum- aside, investors turned their atten- core inflation is still tame likely
summit by committing to work- potential deal has the chance of mit. tion toward the current health of means that the Federal Reserve
ing “toward complete denu- lowering geopolitical tensions in Following the Trump-Kim sum- the U.S. economy. will raise interest rates only gradu-
clearization of the Korean a region surrounded by three of the mit, shares of weapons makers and The Federal Reserve started a ally.

Tesla cuts 9 percent of workforce in bid to post a profit


By Tom Krisher said the cuts amount to ramp up production of its lower-priced At the company’s annual shareholder
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS about 9 percent of the Model 3 compact car. meeting earlier this month, Musk said he
company’s workforce of The move is part of an organizational expected the Palo Alto, California, compa-
DETROIT — Electric car maker Tesla Inc. 40,000. restructuring that Musk announced earlier in ny to post a quarterly profit during the July-
is laying off about 3,600 workers mainly Tesla would not say the year. September period. For nearly all of its his-
from its salaried ranks as it slashes costs in how much money the “Tesla has grown and evolved rapidly tory, Tesla has put up losses while invest-
an effort to deliver on CEO Elon Musk’s layoffs would save, but over the past several years, which has ing heavily in technology, manufacturing
promise to turn a profit in the second half of said no factory workers resulted in some duplication of roles and plants and an extensive car-charging net-
the year. would be affected as the some job functions that, while they made work.
In an email to workers on Tuesday, Musk Elon Musk company continues to sense in the past, are difficult to justify It’s not the first time Tesla has laid off
today, ” Musk wrote in the email. He workers. The company let go of 400 to 700
thanked departing employees for their hard workers last fall after completing annual
work and said Tesla is providing “signifi- performance reviews, and it laid off a small
cant salary and stock vesting” to those number of workers back in 2008.
being let go, based on their length of serv- Musk wrote in the email that the company
ice. will never achieve its mission to help move
Tesla has not made an annual profit in its the world to cleaner energy “unless we even-
15 years of doing business, and it has post- tually demonstrate that we can be sustain-
ed only two quarterly net profits. ably profitable.”

Seattle repeals tax on companies


after Amazon fights pushes back
By Phuing Le aggressively push back on government
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS taxes, especially in its affluent hometown
where it’s the largest employer with more
than 45,000 workers and where some have
SEATTLE — Seattle leaders on Tuesday criticized it for helping cultivate a widening
repealed a tax on large companies such as income gap that is pricing lower-income
Amazon and Starbucks after a backlash from workers out of housing.
businesses, a stark reversal from a month The tax was proposed as a progressive
ago when the City Council unanimously revenue source aimed at tackling one of the
approved the effort to combat a growing nation’s highest homelessness numbers, a
homelessness crisis. problem that hasn’t eased even as city
A divided crowd chanted, jeered and booed spending on the issue grew.
at the council meeting, drowning out the Businesses and residents demanded more
leaders as they cast their 7-2 vote. Many accountability in how Seattle funds home-
shouted, “Stop the repeal, ” as others lessness and housing and said the city
unfurled a large red banner that read, “Tax should take a regional approach to the prob-
Amazon.” An opposing group held “No tax lem. Many worried that Amazon and others
on jobs” signs. would leave the city as the companies
The vote showed Amazon’s ability to sharply criticized the tax as misguided.
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A beach? In Belmont?
Notre Dame-Belmont installing sand volleyball courts
By Nathan Mollat four different divisions: the hope of adding two more early
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Peninsula, San Francisco/North next year.
Bay, Los Gatos/Santa Cruz and “We had been talking about
East Bay. these (for several years), ” said
When the Northern California Jason Levine, NDB athletic direc-
High School Beach Volleyball Notre Dame-Belmont, one of the tor. “I knew it was now a colle-
League formed in 2017, it featured original four members of the giate sport and is one of the fastest
four teams. league, is taking the next step in growing sports (at the collegiate
This season, the number of high trying to build the sport by level).”
NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL schools fielding girls’ sand club installing a pair of sand volley- AVCA. org, the American
Mounds of sand wait to be turned into beach volleyball courts at Notre volleyball team exploded to 32, ball courts on campus, at a cost of
Dame-Belmont. forcing the league to break up into roughly $60,000 for the pair, with See BEACH, Page 14

Bruno Colts keep rolling


By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

It wasn’t pretty, but the San Bruno Orioles


kept pace atop the Peninsula Colt League
standings with a 13-3 mercy-rule win over
Daly City Tuesday night at Lara Field.
The Orioles (12-1) found themselves in
unfamiliar territory in the early going, fac-
ing a three-run deficit. And while San
Bruno’s six-run rally in the bottom of the
second inning turned the tide, it did little to
restore order to a game that, fundamentally,
was spiraling out of control.
CARY EDMONDSON/USA TODAY SPORTS
Daly City (1-13) committed six errors
throughout, including three amid San Kevin Durant greets the fans during the
Bruno’s comeback rally in the second. San Golden State Warriors’ championship parade
Bruno’s defense wasn’t much better, totaling Tuesday through downtown Oakland.
five errors, including three through the first
two innings to help Daly City score twice in
the first and once more in the second.
“Very odd game,” San Bruno manager
Parade just as
Mike Tursi said.
But that changed when San Bruno right-
hander Conor Meehan entered in relief.
Meehan has been one of the mainstay arms
golden as ever
By Lorin Eleni Gill
for the first-place Orioles this summer, and THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
he showed why by firing three scoreless
innings to earn a rulebook save in the OAKLAND — For the second straight
mercy-rule victory. year, throngs of Golden State Warriors fans
“That’s like the best I’ve ever felt, ” turned out for a victory parade to celebrate a
Meehan said. “I just went out there and felt team some are calling an NBA dynasty and
better than I’ve ever felt.” got a treat when several players got off their
Meehan struck out the side in each of his buses to mingle with the crowd.
first two innings of work, and went on to
Hundreds of thousands of fans in gold and
record seven punch-outs while allowing just
blue and holding signs that read “Dynasty”
two base-runners — one via walk on a 3-2
and “Back to Back Champions” waved from
pitch that just missed off the plate, and one
behind barriers set up along the route in
on an infield error.
downtown Oakland, as the Warriors rode by
“Conor, you can always count on Conor to
in the open, double-decker buses Tuesday.
come into any situation,” Tursi said. “He’s
Stephen Curry, NBA Finals MVP Kevin
been doing that all year.”
Durant and the rest of the Warriors, who won
Otherwise, it was a cast of unlikely heroes
their third title in four years last week, took
that got the job done for San Bruno. One of
turns raising the Larry O’Brien Trophy for
the strengths of the Orioles has been their
the roaring crowd, which officials said could
depth. With 18 players on roster, Tursi has
reach up to 1 million fans.
seen plenty of weapons contribute to the
team’s 12-1 record. Officials had promised an “interactive”
“That’s what I like about my team,” Tursi parade with some fans able to ask the play-
said. “The main kids didn’t have their day … TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
ers questions and giant TV screens for the
crowd to see them and hear their answers as
San Bruno Orioles pitcher Conor Meehan fired three scoreless inning to earn the save in
See COLT, Page 14 Tuesday’s 13-3 win over the Daly City in Peninsula Colt League action at Lara Field. See PARADE, Page 16

Germany looks to repeat as World Cup champs


By Ronald Blum match championship. Much has home for the first time since 1958, its 1990.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS changed since Die Mannschaft streak of 14 consecutive appearances Germany and Brazil are the pretournament
humiliated the host Selecao 7-1 in ended by a playoff loss to Sweden. The favorites, and France is fancied behind them
MOSCOW — After raising the World Cup the 2014 semifinals, then left Rio Netherlands, which lost the 2010 final with a young roster . England will try to end
eight miles from Copacabana Beach four de Janeiro’s Maracana Stadium with a to Spain, missed out after slumping to more than five decades of hurt since win-
years ago, Germany hopes to lift the trophy 1-0 extra-time win over Argentina on third in its qualifying group. And Chile ning its only major title on home soil in
four miles from the Kremlin on July 15 and Mario Goetze’s 113th-minute goal. failed to qualify after consecutive Copa 1966. Mexico will try to advance past the
become the first repeat champion in more The United States will be miss- America titles. second round for the first time since 1986,
than a half-century. ing from soccer’s showcase Iceland and Panama are World but El Tri opens against Germany and its
after seven straight appear- Cup debutantes, Peru is back for likely second-round opponent is Brazil.
The soccer world gathers at 12 stadiums in
ances. Four-time champion the first time since 1982, and
11 cities across the European portion of
Italy will be watching from Egypt ends an absence dating to
Russia starting Thursday for a 32-day, 64- See SOCCER, Page 15
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Marlins shut down Giants’ offense


By Christopher Stock pitches. Give them credit.”
MLB briefs
Tulowitzki hopes to play this season
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — It’s likely to be
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Marlins 3, Giants 1 Stratton then retired his final 13 batters.
more than a year between Troy Tulowitzki’s
appearances in a major
He allowed four hits in seven innings. league game, but the
inning drove in the only
MIAMI — Three years after going undraft- run for the Giants, who injured shortstop for the
ed out of Drury College, Trevor Richards has had just three hits.
Riddle’s big hit Toronto Blue Jays says
earned his first major league win. “Three hits, that’s not Riddle’s two-run double gave him his first he’s getting there.
Richards pitched six effective innings to going to work,” manager multi-RBI game of the season and eighth of “I can honestly say for
lead the Miami Marlins to a 3-1 victory over Bruce Bochy said. “We his career. the first time in a while I
the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday night. had a hard time getting “(Stratton) left me a fastball over the mid- feel like I’m headed in the
“It’s great, it’s good to get that one out of guys on base and just get- dle of the plate after I had swung through right direction,”
two,” Riddle said. “I was a little late on
the way,” Richards said. “It’s been too long ting something going.
those so I was thinking he might come back
Troy Tulowitzki Tulowitzki said Tuesday
so it’s good to get it done.” That’s the ballgame.” before the Blue Jays’
Brandon with another one, he did, left it over the game at Tampa Bay.
Richards (1-3) allowed two hits in his sev- Crawford Kyle Barraclough
enth major league start. The 25-year-old pitched a perfect ninth middle, and I put a pretty good swing on it.” The 33-year-old Tulowitzki, a five-time All-
right-hander struck out two and walked for his fourth save in six chances. He has Star, had surgery April 2 to remove bone spurs
three. not allowed a run over his last 14 games and Trainer’s room from both heels. He’s just getting back to the
“He’s been a good story, he’s thrown the a career-best 13 2/3 innings. Brandon Belt (appendix) is expected to point of taking ground balls, hitting and
ball well,” Marlins manager Don Mattingly JT Riddle had a two-run double for Miami, join the team in Los Angeles later this week starting to run in the outfield. He last appeared
said. “Obviously Pitcher of the Year last and Starlin Castro had two hits and knocked after making progress from emergency sur- in a game on July 28, 2017, but did not elect
year in the minor leagues, really good in a run. gery on June 2. to have the surgery until this year.
reports on his makeup and how he works, “Just enough,” Mattingly said.
competes, and pays attention so it’s good to San Francisco right-hander Chris Stratton Up next Murphy activated by Nationals;
see guys like that have success.” (7-4) worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the Gi ants : LHP Andrew Suarez (2-4, 5.06 set to make season debut
Richards walked the first two batters of second inning, but ran into trouble in the ERA) will start the third game of the series
third when he again loaded the bases. This NEW YORK — Second baseman Daniel
the game before settling in. on Wednesday in his hometown for the first Murphy was activated by the Washington
“I got a little too excited for the game, a time, Castro singled in Derek Dietrich and time in front of a number of family members
Riddle followed with a two-run double to Nationals before Tuesday’s series opener at
little amped up and lost mechanics, ” and friends. the New York Yankees and
Richards said. “I was able to settle down and right field. Marl i ns : LHP Caleb Smith (5-6, 3.70) is
“I let it get away from me there,” Stratton is set to make his season
keep going.” 5-4 with a 2.70 ERA over his last nine debut, batting fifth as the
Brandon Crawford’s groundout in the first said. “I thought I made some really good starts. designated hitter.
The 33-year-old, an All-
Star in three of the previ-
World champs too hot to handle for A’s ous four seasons, missed
the first 64 games while
recovering from right
By Janie McCauley
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Astros 6, A’s 3 eighth by Collin McHugh. X-rays were neg-
ative. Chapman’s three doubles matched the Daniel Murphy knee surgery on Oct. 20.
He hit .243 (9 for 37) with
Piscotty’s sacrifice fly in Oakland single-game record, done for the
two doubles, two homers, seven RBIs and six
OAKLAND — After Houston fell into a the second and then kept 28th time and first since Matt Joyce last
walks in 10 games during an injury rehabilita-
quick one-run hole, Evan Gattis appreciated Oakland’s powerful order Sept. 27.
tion assignment with Double-A Harrisburg.
how the Astros came right back swinging. in check. “He’s using the whole field, seeing the
Murphy hit .322 with 43 doubles, 23
Fences-clearing swings. Correa was back in the ball early. Earlier in the season he was sim-
homers and 93 RBIs in 144 games last year.
“It’s like let ‘em know we’re here, you lineup at shortstop after ilar to this but right now I think he’s seeing
know?” he said. missing a series sweep at the ball as well as he has all year,” A’s man- Eddie Vedder’s vinyl single to be
Gattis hit a three-run homer and drove in Texas with soreness in his ager Bob Melvin said. “You’re seeing that
five runs, Carlos Correa returned from a four- right side after leaving the last few games.” released with Cubs tickets
game absence and homered on the first pitch last Wednesday’s game Ken Giles finished for his 11th save in 11 CHICAGO — Eddie Vedder’s support of
Evan Gattis tries as the World Series champions moved the Chicago Cubs remains strong.
he saw, and the Astros beat the A’s 6-3 against the Mariners fol-
Tuesday night for their sixth straight win. lowing an at-bat in the seventh inning. to 6-1 so far this season against the A’s. The Pearl Jam frontman’s new 7-inch
Gattis has seven homers and 20 RBIs over Oakland scored on a wild pitch in the first Both teams left the bases loaded in the vinyl single will be given out to those who
his last 14 games. before the Astros answered against Daniel fourth. buy special tickets to the July 6 game
“It’s been good for the last month,” he Mengden (6-6). Correa homered leading off Mengden was charged with six runs and between the Cubs and the Cincinnati Reds
said. “It’s easy to lose sight of that when the second. Gattis hit his 11th homer three eight hits. at Wrigley Field.
you have a couple games where it’s like 1 for batters later, and then chased Mengden with Pressed on blue and red vinyl, the record
8 or 9 or something like that the last couple a two-run double with two outs in the fifth. Big-time parade features Vedder’s 2007 Cubs song “All the
games in Texas. It’s good to kind of sustain “He’s obviously seeing the ball and he’s The A’s had some fun with the NBA Golden Way. ” The flip side features fan Steve
it a little bit.” putting the barrel on it and coming up with State Warriors’ victory parade through Goodman’s 1984 tribute “Go Cubs, Go.”
Lance McCullers Jr. (8-3) struck out five huge hits, a lot of them doing damage,” downtown Oakland on Tuesday. The Cubs say a limited number of the tick-
over seven strong innings, allowing two manager A.J. Hinch said. “We’re back after a day off and Oakland ets are available online . One record will be
runs and five hits while winning a second Matt Chapman hit three doubles before even had a parade to celebrate us returning,” given out with the purchase of each special
straight decision. He surrendered Stephen being hit by a pitch in the left hand in the the A’s posted on Twitter. ticket purchased.

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Conley ready for fresh start


By Josh Dubow and kept Conley sidelined for all of training
Mack skips
Oakland’s
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS camp.
He managed to work his way back and
ALAMEDA — Gareon Conley is ready for made it on the field for his NFL debut in
a fresh start. Week 2 but said he was never completely
The 2017 first-round pick who was healthy. Conley showed flashes of his abil-
expected to become the shutdown corner-
back Oakland has lacked for years had his
first season derailed by injuries that limited
him to just two games as a rookie and creat-
ed a void in the Raiders secondary.
ity the first time he was targeted with a pass
when he made an acrobatic breakup against
the New York Jets and nearly tipped the ball
to Nelson for an interception.
But he played only one more game, fin-
minicamp
By Josh Dubow
“I feel like it’s still my rookie year ishing the season with just 93 defensive
snaps and seven tackles. In 53 snaps of THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
because I didn’t play a lot,” Conley said
Tuesday. “I learned a lot mentally. I feel like coverage, Conley allowed just four catches
SAMUEL STRINGER/ICON SPORTSWIRE for 35 yards, according to SportRadar. ALAMEDA — Khalil Mack is holding out
it’s my second year mentally knowing the
game and the logistics. But physically I feel
Cornerback Gareon Conley, left, the Raiders’ “I feel like I played all right but I feel like from the mandatory minicamp for the
like it’s my rookie year again because I did-
first-round draft pick in 2017 who missed most I could play way better watching film,” Oakland Raiders.
n’t play a lot.”
of the season due to injury, appears healthy Conley said. “I had a couple of good plays Mack stayed away from the first day of the
Conley is a key part of a revamped sec-
and ready to contribute in 2018. but I had a lot of bad plays, too.” three-day minicamp on Tuesday. He is sub-
pick,” safety Reggie Nelson said. “I think Conley tried to work his way back by tak- ject to a fine of about $80,000 if he doesn’t
ondary that brings back just one cornerback
there’s a high standard out there for him and ing time off practice but never completely show up at all this week.
who played at least 100 snaps on defense
he’s holding that up. I think Conley is healed and eventually needed season-ending Mack is entering the final season of his
last year in Dexter McDonald, who is a
doing a great job right now doing what the surgery. rookie contract that is set to pay him $13.8
longshot to make the team in 2018.
coaches ask him to do. ... He just has tight He was limited at the start of the offsea- million. Mack is seeking a long-term deal
David Amerson and Sean Smith were let
coverage. A great little athlete. He’s going son program this year but is now back to and hasn’t participated in the entire offsea-
go and TJ Carrie left for Cleveland in free
to be great in this game. Just keep learning full speed and showing the Raiders why he son program in the first
agency. In their place are free agent acquisi-
and playing ball.” was so coveted coming out of college. year under new coach Jon
tions Rashaan Melvin, Daryl Worley and
Conley wasn’t able to do much as a rook- “It’s been a dark world that he’s been in, Gruden.
Leon Hall, as well as draft pick Nick
ie after being drafted 24th overall out of this young man,” coach Jon Gruden said. “One of the big reasons
Nelson.
Ohio State despite a rape allegation that sur- “He had a terrible injury he had to rehab I came here was to coach
But perhaps the most important member
faced shortly before the draft but ended up from. He’s had to change coaches, learn a that man,” Gruden said. “I
of that group will be Conley, who is being
with no charges being filed. new system. It’s been a slow, steady process don’t want to speculate.
counted on to provide the lockdown cover-
Conley was impressive in offseason but man he’s a good player. When he’s feel- There are a lot of guys in
age Oakland has been missing ever since
workouts last year before hurting his shin ing good, you can see why we picked him the league, several play-
Nnamdi Asomugha left seven years ago.
in minicamp in June. That injury lingered No. 1.” ers in a similar situation.
“He’s showing why he was the first-round Khalil Mack We’re just trying to
burglary. resolve it as soon as pos-
Luck starts throwing with non-NFL NFL briefs sible and in the meantime coach the players
football during minicamp The department told the San Diego Union- that are here.”
slightly smaller than a regulation NFL ball, Tribune on Monday that Winslow has given Mack has been one of the top defensive
INDIANAPOLIS — Andrew Luck is throw- it was a major step forward. inconsistent and varied statements relating players in football since being drafted in the
ing again. Coach Frank Reich said last week that to his presence in a mobile home in first round in 2014. He was a first-team All-
The Indianapolis Colts quarterback Luck was “real close” to throwing. But Luck Encinitas. Pro at both defensive end and linebacker in
attempted his first passes wasn’t expected to begin that phase of his Winslow was arrested June 7 after a resi- 2015 and won AP Defensive Player of the
in front of reporters recovery until after minicamp ended. dent reported seeing a stranger walk into a Year in 2016. He has 40 1/2 sacks in four
Tuesday as Indy opened Luck continues to recover from surgery on neighboring residence. seasons and leads the NFL in QB pressures
its three-day minicamp. his right shoulder that took place in January Winslow’s publicist Denise White says with 185. 5 since entering the league,
Luck only threw a 2017. he was at the park to look for a home for his according to SportRadar.
handful of balls before he
mother-in-law and that his wife attends “You can’t replace Khalil,” safety Karl
finished with a lob of Kellen Winslow Jr arrested church with the elderly couple that lives in Joseph said. “You know what he’s doing. We
about 20 yards. He then
jogged from the outdoor on suspicion of burglary the mobile home where he was seen. She respect it. I think the other guys have done
says nothing was touched. a good job stepping up and learning the sys-
SAN DIEGO — The San Diego County
Andrew Luck practice field to the tem like everybody else has been. When
Colts’ indoor facility. Sheriff’s Department says it is investigat- White released a statement from defense
he’s ready to come back, we’ll be ready for
While the ball Luck used appeared to be ing the circumstances of former NFL player attorney Harvey A. Steinberg saying
him. You can’t replace a guy like that.”
Kellen Winslow Jr.’s arrest on suspicion of Winslow looks forward to being vindicated.

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wrapped up and done by end of day Wednesday


and the school is planning a ribbon-cutting
ceremony at 5:30 p.m. Monday, June 18.
The format of beach volleyball, which is
played in the spring, is similar to that of
high school tennis. The team match is decid-
ed by a best-of-three series between three,
two-person teams ranked No. 1 through 3.
Each match is a best-of-three sets, played to
21.
Notre Dame had a sizable team this season,
with what Barry Peters said was 12 girls who
were committed. The hope is that by building
the courts, the school can drum up even more
interest.
“With [courts] on campus, [participation]
will grow,” Levine said. “I think … we’ll TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
have more kids playing. … I think it will be Nick Solorzano laces his fourth hit of the game for the San Bruno Orioles Tuesday at Lara Field.
(recognized) by CIF soon.” Quintana said. “I wasn’t

DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS FILE


Katie Smoot, a 2017 NDB graduate who is
Levine also sees the sand courts as way to
enhance training for other sports.
“We want all our athletes to train on these,”
COLT too concerned about
holding the lead. I was
really worried about the
now playing indoor volleyball at University Levine said. “Provide some fun and work Continued from page 11 pitching.”
of Arizona, spent some time in the sand some different muscles.” Quintana said he only
during her time with the Tigers. It was Kendall Peters’ prowess on the sand slated two available
that facilitated the new courts being approved but that’s why I love having the 18 kids (on pitchers for the game. He
for the school. Her father, Barry Peters, who the roster). They stay hungry, they stay was ultimately forced to

BEACH
Continued from page 11
also sits on the school’s board, did a lot of
the legwork in getting the courts installed.
“About two-and-a-half years ago, we pre-
sented the idea to the board, and the board was
ready and when they get their chance they
always come through.”
No. 7 hitter Nick Solorzano enjoyed a
banner night at the plate for San Bruno,
C.J. Cabanero use three. Cabanero, the
starting pitcher, fought
through four innings of work, laboring
through a second inning in which he faced
apprehensive about it,” Barry Peters said. going 4 for 4 with a double and four runs nine San Bruno batters.
Volleyball Coaches Association, says more “(But) we saw the potential growth (of the scored. The speedster has alternated Tony Ballestrasse led off the Orioles’
than 100 colleges and universities offer the sport).” between the No. 2 and 7 spots in the order comeback rally with a single to center.
sport, many of which give out scholarships. Instead of fighting the school board, Barry this season, but he certainly showed a Solorzano followed with an infield single,
NDB’s Kendall Peters, an outside hitter for Peters essentially went out and showed it the knack for turning over the order Tuesday and Mario Duran — who added three hits for
the Tigers’ indoor team and a soon-to-be sen- interest in the sport. After discussing it with night. San Bruno — singled to load the bases.
ior, has earned a partial scholarship to play coordinators in Southern California, Barry “I was feeling good,” Solorzano said. “I Connor McKenna followed with an RBI
beach volleyball at Tulane. Peters helped form a four-team league for the was feeling confident up there.” fielder’s choice and Firpo singled home
Sand Court Experts was on site this week 2017 season. Barry Peters said he invited a “He’s very reliable and very smart on the Solorzano to close the deficit to 3-2.
installing the new courts. Sand Court Experts number of schools to the 2017 league cham- bases,” Tursi said. “He and [leadoff hitter Then the wheels came off for the Daly City
has installed private courts as well as the pionship finals to both watch and participate Tyler Firpo], they are both very, very fast. defense. One throwing error allowed McKenna
courts used at several big-time colleges and in exhibition matches. He said 18, two-per- They set the table … and the guys at the bot- to score the tying run. Then a dropped infield
universities, including Florida State, USC son teams from 14 schools showed up and in tom of the order picked them up.” popup off the bat of Devin Myer brought
and UCLA. 2018, the league expanded to more than two Both Solorzano and Firpo played a piv- Firpo home with the go-ahead run.
“We’ve built more beach volleyball courts dozen schools, including teams from Aragon, otal role in the comeback second. The Orioles added a run in the third, two in
than anyone in the country,” said Butch Burlingame, Carlmont, Menlo-Atherton, Daly City struck first, getting to San the fifth and four more in the walk-off,
Hendricks, Sand Court Experts president and Sacred Heart Prep and Woodside. Bruno starting pitcher Jackson Moore for a mercy-rule sixth. The game ended on a bases
CEO. “We’re just trying to get as many girls as pair of runs in the opening frame. The first loaded grounder off the bat Myer with Duran
Hendricks was hoping to have the courts all we can out on the sand,” Barry Peters said. three Daly City batters reached to load the crossing the plate on an error to enact the
bases — Calvin Louie reached on an infield 10-run rule.
error, C.J. Cabanero singled to left, and The Peninsula Colt League title looks des-
Kevin Kwang walked — before Jordan tined to come down to a grand finale, as the
Renteria socked a two-run single left.


two top teams in the standings — the
In the second, Daly City added a run when, Orioles and the Redwood City Ravens —
after Louie walked, Kwang hit an infield meet in the final regular-season game of the
smash that went for a three-base error to summer, next Thursday at Lara Field at 6
make it 3-0. p.m. While Redwood City (10-1) has played
“We haven’t had a problem scoring runs two fewer games than San Bruno, the two
this year, ” Daly City manager Chris teams are currently even in the loss column.

Available at
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Blatter as FIFA president in 2016, Germany was 10-0 in qualifying,

SOCCER
Continued from page 11
has discussed increasing the World
Cup field from 32 to 48 in 2022,
four years ahead of schedule.
the only European team with a per-
fect record, and outscored oppo-
nents 43-4.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB

Messi and Ronaldo Play it again New York


Boston
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Atlanta
Washington
38
36
28
28
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There also has been a genera-
tional change within FIFA. Many Lionel Messi and Cristiano Following the first use of goal- Tampa Bay 31 35 .470 14 Philadelphia 34 30 .531 3
of its leaders have moved from Ronaldo have split the last 10 line technology at a World Cup in Toronto 30 37 .448 15 1/2 New York 28 35 .444 8 1/2
penthouses to prisons following FIFA Player of the Year awards, and 2014, FIFA has expanded off-the- Baltimore 19 47 .288 26 Miami 25 42 .373 13 1/2

indictments by the U. S. this is likely field decision-making. A video


Department of Justice that detailed their last assistant ref can notify the referee Central Division Central Division
chance to win a by headset of the need to reverse a Cleveland 35 30 .538 — Milwaukee 40 27 .597 —
kickbacks to be as much a part of
World Cup. decision if there is a “clear error” Minnesota 29 34 .460 5 Chicago 38 26 .594 1/2
soccer as free kicks.
Messi turns 31 involving goals and their Detroit 31 37 .456 5 1/2 St. Louis 36 29 .554 3
Expect controversy on a regular
on June 24, two buildups, penalty kicks, straight Chicago 23 42 .354 12 Pittsburgh 32 35 .478 8
basis. Kansas City 22 45 .328 14
days before red cards, and mistaken identity Cincinnati 24 43 .358 16
FIFA’s Congress votes June 13 Argentina fin-
on the host of the 2026 tourna- for red and yellow cards. West Division
ishes the first West Division
ment, and a joint bid by the U.S., Seattle 43 24 .642 — Arizona 37 29 .561 —
Mexico and Canada is competing
round against
Lionel Messi Nigeria,
Ice, ice baby Houston 43 25 .632 1/2 Los Angeles 34 32 .515 3
and
against Morocco — where most of has lost four Iceland at about 335, 000 Angels 37 31 .544 6 1/2 Giants 33 34 .493 4 1/2
the infrastructure would have to be finals with the national team. becomes the least-populous A’s 34 33 .507 9 Colorado 32 34 .485 5
built — on a ballot that includes a Ronaldo, 33, helped Portugal win nation to appear in a World Cup, a Texas 27 42 .391 17 San Diego 32 37 .464 6 1/2
none-of-the-above option. the 2016 European Championship mark that had been held since
Following the drug-testing scan- Tuesday’s Games Tuesday’s Games
for its first major title. 2006 by Trinidad and Tobago at
Boston 6, Baltimore 4
dal that engulfed the 2014 Sochi 1.3 million. N.Y.Yankees 3,Washington 0
N.Y.Yankees 3,Washington 0 Philadelphia 5, Colorado 4
Winter Olympics, FIFA’s medical Breakout stars? Minnesota 6, Detroit 4
committee chairman said no
Brazil’s Neymar, England’s
Missing Tampa Bay 4,Toronto 1
Miami 3, San Francisco 1
Atlanta 8, N.Y.Mets 2
Russians will be involved in col- Chicago White Sox 5, Cleveland 1
lection of urine and blood samples, Harry Kane, Injured players missing the tour- Milwaukee 4, Chicago Cubs 0
Cincinnati 5, Kansas City 1, 10 innings
which will be flown to Lausanne, E g y p t ’ s nament include Argentina goal- Houston 6, Oakland 3
Cincinnati 5, Kansas City 1, 10 innings
M o h a m e d keeper Sergio Romero and mid- San Diego 4, St.Louis 2
Switzerland, for analysis. Seattle 6, Angels 3
Arizona 13, Pittsburgh 8
VAR will be the acronym of the Salah, France’s fielder Manuel Lanzini; France L.A.Dodgers 12,Texas 5
L.A.Dodgers 12,Texas 5
moment: video assistant referees A n t o i n e defender Laurent Koscielny; Serbia Wednesday’s Games
Wednesday’s Games
in soccer-speak, instant replay for Griezmann and defender Matija Nastasic; Brazil Toronto (Happ 8-3) at Tampa Bay (TBD), 10:10 a.m.
Mets (deGrom 4-1) at Atlanta (Soroka 1-1), 9:10 a.m.
most viewers at home. Bel g i um’s right back Dani Alves; and Boston (Sale 5-4) at Baltimore (Cashner 2-8),12:05 p.m.
Cubs(Montgomery2-1)atMilwaukee(Chacin5-1),11:10a.m.
And as soon as the final whistle Kevin De England midfielder Alex-Oxlade Angels (Richards 4-4) at Seattle (Gonzales 7-3),1:10 p.m.
Pitts (Taillon 3-5) at Arizona (Greinke 5-4), 12:40 p.m.
Bruyne are stars Chamberlain. Washington (Fedde 0-1) atYankees (Gray 4-4),4:05 p.m.
of the tournament is blown at Minnesota (Berrios 7-5) at Detroit (Boyd 4-4), 4:10 p.m.
Colorado (Anderson 3-1) at Philly (Pivetta 4-5),4:05 p.m.
who could lift Washington (Fedde 0-1) atYankees (Gray 4-4),4:05 p.m.
Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium, Neymar Cleveland (Bauer 5-4) atWhite Sox (Covey 2-1),5:10 p.m.
attention will shift to the 2022
themselves Split screen? Cincinnati (Mahle 4-6) at KC (Hammel 2-6), 5:15 p.m. Giants (Suarez 2-4) at Miami (Smith 5-6), 4:10 p.m.
into Player of the Year contention Cincinnati (Mahle 4-6) at KC (Hammel 2-6), 5:15 p.m.
World Cup in Qatar, moved to Nov. The World Cup final starts two Houston (Cole 7-1) at A’s (Blackburn 1-0), 7:05 p.m.
with stellar World Cups. Texas (Hamels 3-6) at Dodgers (Maeda 4-4), 7:10 p.m. San Diego (Lauer 2-4) at St.Louis (Weaver 3-5),5:15 p.m.
21 through Dec. 18 because of hours after the beginning of the Texas (Hamels 3-6) at Dodgers (Maeda 4-4), 7:10 p.m.
Thursday’s Games
summer desert heat and com- Back to back Wimbledon men’s singles final. If Thursday’s Games
Minnesota at Detroit, 10:10 a.m.
pressed to 28 days because it is in Spain and Rafa Nadal are playing Cleveland at Chicago White Sox, 11:10 a.m. San Francisco at Miami, 9:10 a.m.
the middle of the European club Italy in 1934 and ‘38, and Brazil for titles, and the tennis isn’t Colorado at Philadelphia, 10:05 a.m.
Houston at Oakland, 12:35 p.m.
season. Gianni Infantino, who in 1958 and ‘62 are the only teams decided in straight sets, which Tampa Bay at N.Y.Yankees, 4:05 p.m. San Diego at Atlanta, 4:35 p.m.
succeeded the disgraced Sepp to win consecutive World Cups. event do fans watch? Boston at Seattle, 7:10 p.m. N.Y.Mets at Arizona, 6:40 p.m.
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these guys” McGee, who was wearing

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only shorts, told KGO-TV. “Our fans
are amazing! All the love that they
show is just beautiful.”
Young, also just in shorts during a
very warm afternoon, ran up and down
crowd to see them and hear their the street, giving fans high-fives. He
WASHINGTON — Nine early play- answers as the moved along the route. then took a broom from a fan and
off exits paved the way for the But there were no screens and when posed for photographs as dozens of
Capitals’ unexpected Stanley Cup run Klay Thompson used a megaphone to people took pictures with their
and made the trip down Constitution say hello, his greeting was drowned phones.
Avenue all the more satisfying to the out by the cheering crowd. The repeat champions went back-
NHL champions and their fans. Curry was able to connect in a dif- to-back, beating LeBron James and
Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas ferent way when he opened a bottle of the Cleveland Cavaliers 108-85 on
Backstrom rode the final bus down champagne, shook it and sprayed the Friday night to finish off a four-game
the mile-long parade route, lifting the crowd with it. He briefly got off the sweep of the NBA Finals in the fourth
Cup to roaring cheers and waving to bus and walked up to fans, throwing T- consecutive meeting between the
seas of red in the crowd. shirts, bracelets and other souvenirs clubs.
Five days after capturing the fran- to them and then holding the trophy Melissa Marzan, 25, of Santa Cruz
chise’s first title and the first of any up as dozens of cameras surrounded said she doesn’t take the Warriors’
kind by a Washington team in the him. winning streak for granted.
major four professional sports since Curry wore a large sun hat and under “We all know it’s not going to hap-
1992, this was their day to soak in it a “RUN TMC” baseball cap in pen forever, so for now we’re just
winning following so much disap- honor of Tim Hardaway, Mitch going to enjoy it,” she said.
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pointment. Richmond and Chris Mullin, the Oakland resident Jasmine Culp, 36,
Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin, who seemingly hasn’t put
“Because we waited so long, I think namesakes for the Don Nelson- painted her lips blue and dressed in a
the Stanley Cup down since they won it last Thursday, shows the trophy
it feels even better,” Backstrom said. coached Warriors teams during the sparkling golden sequined dress,
off to fans during the team’s victory parade.
Hundreds of thousands of fans lined 1989-90 and 1990-91 seasons. sash, and blue-gold feather acces-
Constitution and filled the National up for the 2018-19 season begins in chance to celebrate with a fan base “We never really imagined that we sories to attend the parade with her
Mall on Tuesday to celebrate a long the coming days and weeks with deci- that had to endure 42 seasons without would be having one parade, let alone three children, Jonavon, Jewel, and
journey fulfilled. One fan held up a sions on coach Barry Trotz, defense- a Cup. two and now three,” Curry said during Cypher.
sign reading, “Worth the Wait,” but man John Carlson and other free Fans congregated on the National a short live interview before the She acknowledged it could be the
before the end of the rally, T.J. Oshie agents. But for players such as Mall hours before the parade began, parade started. “But this is for you family’s last parade in Oakland, since
already had the crowd thinking about Ovechkin and Backstrom who have filled the steps of the National guys! We are going to try and get the Warriors plan to move to San
next season. been through eliminations at the Archives and lined up 20 deep in greedy and go get some more.” Francisco next year.
“There’s been a lot of chants,” hands of the Penguins, Rangers, some areas to catch a glimpse of JaVale McGee, Nick Young and “It’s sad to see a big part of our city
Oshie said. “There’s been, “Let’s Go Lightning, Canadiens and Flyers dat- players riding more than three dozen Jordan Bell posed for photographs move away,” she said. “Not going to
Caps,” there’s been, “We Want the ing to 2008, the partying leading up buses from 23rd Street to 7th. and also mingled with fans, even hug- want to travel over the bridge to see
Cup.” We’ve heard in the streets, to the parade isn’t close to ending. “Look at this — look at the people ging some of them, energizing the them, but we will.”
“We’ve got the Cup.” We’ve got a “It just started,” Backstrom said. that’s here” Ovechkin said. “We pumped up crowd. Even coach Steve Adriana Carnecer of San Francisco
new one for you today — “Back-to- Much like the Capitals did over the thought it was going to be crazy, but Kerr joined in on the fun and walked said she is a lifelong Warriors fan and
back.” weekend by taking the Cup to local it’s basically nuts. You guys are up to fans to sign autographs. is excited the team will be closer to
The serious work of getting geared bars and restaurants, the parade was a killing it.” “I’m just excited to be here with home.
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Pink sangria straight up or topped with bubbly water
By Sara Moulton PINK SANGRIA
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Start to finish: 4 hours, 30 minutes (30
active)
Nothing spells summertime like sangria, Servings: 6
the chilled and refreshing wine-based fruit 2 cups peeled, pitted and coarsely
punch from Spain that landed on our shores chopped very ripe peaches or nectarines
to stay via the 1964 World’s Fair. In its 2 cups fresh raspberries
classic form — a mix of red wine and 1 bottle (750 ml) chilled dry rose wine
chopped fruit that’s sometimes further glo- 1/2 cup Grand Marnier, Cointreau, Triple
rified with orange juice and brandy — san- Sec, or the orange liqueur of your choice
gria is just about perfect. Except that it can 1/3 cup superfine sugar
be rather difficult to sip the punch given all Chilled sparkling water (optional)
the fruit floating around in it ... and like- 1 orange, halved lengthwise, sliced
wise tricky to eat the fruit without spilling crosswise into half-moons, about 1/4-inch
the punch on your shirt. thick, and then cut into triangles (you will
Here’s my solution: pureed fruit ice cubes. only need about 1/2 of the orange, save the
They start to melt as soon as you drop them rest for another use)
into the glass with your punch, releasing all Mint sprigs for garnish
the fruit’s flavor while freeing you from In a blender puree the peaches until
having to stick a fork into a chunk of fruit smooth and pour into an ice cube tray.
as you drink. Meanwhile, you can appreci- Rinse out the blender, add the raspberries
ate the increase in the drink’s fruitiness as it and puree until smooth; pour into another
deepens from the first sip to the last. Fun. ice cube tray. Freeze until solid.
The fruit cubes in this recipe are made of In a large pitcher combine the wine,
raspberries and peaches, but any fresh berry Grand Marnier and sugar and stir until the
or summer fruit will do — nectarines, apri- sugar is dissolved. Unmold the iced fruit
cots, plums — and the riper the better. cubes and fill rock glasses with them. Pour
(Frozen unsweetened fruit will also do the the punch over the fruit cubes, topping off
job. Just let it defrost before pureeing it.) each drink with a splash of sparkling water,
How to puree it? Use a blender. A food The fruit cubes in this recipe are made of raspberries and peaches, but any fresh berry or if desired. Garnish each glass with a few
processor just won’t produce a smooth summer fruit will do — nectarines, apricots, plums — and the riper the better. orange triangles and a sprig of mint and
enough texture. And, sangria aside, these serve right away.
fruit cubes are a lovely addition to all sorts you’ll need to sweeten whichever wine you grind it until it’s fine. You’re also welcome To make your own superfine sugar: pulse
of summer drinks, including iced tea and choose, which means you’ll be reaching for to make your own sugar syrup, but that granulated sugar in a blender until it is fine-
lemonade. some superfine sugar because it melts so takes more time. ly ground.
As noted, sangria is usually made with red easily. (It’s the ingredient bartenders use to My sangria is delicious straight up or Nutrition information: 258 calories; 4
wine. Here I’ve replaced it with some dry sweeten a cold drink.) topped off with a little bubbly water to calories from fat; 0 g fat (0 g saturated; 0 g
rose because I think the fruits’ flavor shines If you don’t want to buy superfine sugar, dilute the alcohol a bit and add some fizz. trans fats); 0 mg cholesterol; 7 mg sodium;
more brightly in a lighter wine. For that it’s easy to make your own — just pour I’m pretty sure it’ll add some fizz to your 30 g carbohydrates; 4 g fiber; 24 g sugar; 1
matter, you could use a white wine, too. But some granulated sugar into a blender and life even without the bubbly water. g protein.
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shot to oppose this merger,” Leon said,
speaking to a packed courtroom in an
unusual session weeks after the trial ended.
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Communications and Cox, which currently
pay Time Warner for its channels, would
suddenly also become AT&T’s customers.
But, he added, “the government’s evidence The government’s star witness was Carl
is too thin a reed for this court to rely on.” Shapiro, an economist at the University of
The Trump Justice Department had sued to Leon rejected the notion of temporarily lite and phone companies are bulking up California, who used an economic model to
block the $85 billion merger, arguing that suspending the merger for a possible with purchases of entertainment conglom- predict that consumer cable bills could rise
it would hurt competition in cable and appeal by the government. The “drop dead” erates to compete against rivals born on by $500 million annually in aggregate by
satellite TV and jack up costs to consumers deadline for completing the merger is June the internet, like Amazon and Google. 2021.
for streaming TV and movies. 21. If it’s not wrapped up by then, either Waiting in the wings are potential big- The companies’ main economist, Dennis
Now, the phone and pay-TV giant will be company could walk away, and AT&T would billions deals involving 21st Century Fox Carlton from the University of Chicago,
allowed to absorb the owner of CNN, HBO, have to pay a $500 million breakup fee. and Disney, Verizon and CBS, T-Mobile refuted Shapiro’s model as overly compli-
the Warner Bros. movie studio, “Game of The ruling is a stinging defeat for the and Sprint. Comcast and Verizon are also cated and rejected his conclusions. The
Thrones, ” coveted sports programming Justice Department. The proposed merger jockeying for position in the new land- government failed to prove that the merger
and other “must-see” shows. The Justice was so big and consequential that it forced scape. would dampen competition and innovation
Department could decide to appeal the rul- federal antitrust lawyers to reconsider legal As president, Trump has called the merg- and raise prices for pay TV, said Daniel
ing, however. doctrine that permitted mergers of compa- er “not good for the country” and said he Petrocelli, the companies’ lead attorney in
“The impact from this decision will have nies that don’t directly compete. First believed it would push pay-TV prices high- defending the merger. In fact, he suggested,
wide reaching ramifications across the floated in October 2016, the deal also er. Looming in the background of the deal consumers could end up paying less after a
telecommunications, media, and tech brought fire from then-candidate Donald has been Trump’s long-running feud with merger — maybe even $500 million less
industry for decades to come,” said GBH Trump, who promised to kill it “because Time Warner’s CNN, which he has often annually.
Insights analyst Dan Ives. “For AT&T and it’s too much concentration of power in the derided as “failing” and a purveyor of “fake AT&T has said it needs to buy Time
Time Warner, this is a major victory lap.” hands of too few.” news.” Warner to compete with the likes of
The mega-merger was a high-stakes bet Dallas-based AT&T is a wireless, broad- The six-week trial featured a parade of Amazon, Netflix and Google in the shape-
by AT&T Inc. on combining a company band and satellite behemoth that also expert witnesses as attorneys for the shifting streaming-TV environment. The
that produces news and entertainment with became the country’s biggest pay-TV opposing sides took Leon on a journey combination would push technology for-
one that funnels it to consumers. The provider with its purchase of DirecTV. It through the twisty dynamics of the media ward and give consumers more choices,
merged company, executives said, would be claims about 25 million of the 90 million and entertainment landscape. The compa- AT&T has promised.
better able to compete in an era in which or so U.S. households that are pay-TV cus- nies’ CEOs, AT&T’s Randall Stephenson “We are pleased that, after conducting a
people spend more time watching video on tomers. and Jeffrey Bewkes of Time Warner Inc., full and fair trial on the merits, the Court
phones and tablets and less time on tradi- testified in support of the deal.
Leon’s ruling could shape the govern- has categorically rejected the govern-
tional live TV on a big screen.
ment’s future competition policy. The rul- The government argued that AT&T would ment’s lawsuit to block our merger with
Leon said the government failed to prove
ing could open the floodgates to deal mak- gain outsize market power, jacking up the Time Warner,” said David McAtee, AT&T
that the merger would lead to higher prices
ing in the fast-changing entertainment and prices it charges cable providers to carry General Counsel. He said AT&T plans to
and other ham to consumers.
video-content worlds. Major cable, satel- networks in the Time Warner stable. Post- close the deal on or before June 20.

ing the total number of ballots cast for the the seat, a reality Magee is trying to and it’s difficult to assess what the varying

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deputy county superintendent to 40,487,
with Magee’s total at 40,412.
The surge in Magee’s votes and the
become accustomed to after days of waiting
for updated results.
Though Magee acknowledged she would
tallies means to what will be the ultimate
total.
“It’s a close race, but we knew that going
have liked to have gained even more votes in,” he said.
remaining 50,500 ballots Chief Elections by Tuesday’s update, she said she was Magee said it was too early to say
Thursday’s update, it has narrowed to 75 Officer Mark Church estimated remain to be happy with the upward trend in the number whether a recount of the votes might be
votes as more ballots were counted, bring- counted as of 4:30 p.m. Tuesday leave the of votes tallied toward her campaign and needed, noting she felt the final numbers
door wide open for either candidate to take those who supported it. had to come in before she would consider
“I’m certainly very happy with today’s that option.
posting,” she said Tuesday. “I am thrilled “I want to give the Elections Office the
that we’re at this place that it is possible to time they need to do their job and report the
think about being able to lead.” numbers and then we’ll just see where they
Magee said she has tried her best to focus are,” she said.
her attention on her daily responsibilities Waddell also indicated whether there
in the days since she became locked in a might be a recount was a question for a later
stalemate with Waddell, but admitted she day.
grew somewhat anxious waiting for School officials on the Belmont-
Tuesday’s update to roll around at 4:30 p.m. Redwood Shores Elementary School
“It’s like nothing else I’ve ever experi- District board will also be waiting for
enced in my life,” she said. Friday’s update to see if the thousands of
If his lead holds, Waddell would take the ballots still to be counted have been cast in
top educator’s post from Anne Campbell, support of a $118 annual parcel tax they
who did not seek re-election, in a win over placed on the ballot to raise about $1.4
Magee. Another update from elections offi- million a year for five years. Dubbed
cials Friday afternoon could help settle Measure K, the parcel tax has so far gar-
matters, but if it doesn’t, they will have to nered 4,532 votes and more than 65 percent
wait until Wednesday, June 20, for yet support from voters, bringing it just short
another tally of the ballots. of the supermajority — or two-thirds sup-
Waddell said it’s in the hands of voters port from voters — required for it to pass.

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support the city establishing an excise Mendenhall, who added other cities

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13
Calendar
tion contact belmont@smcl.org.
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tax on commercial cannabis activity
in the city, and added the annual rev-
enue generated by the tax could
with similarly low rates are taking
steps to increase them through ballot
measures. If voters support the
Free Pet ‘Fixes.’ 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Bell increase to $500,000 if a future coun- increase — which would boost the
Street Park, 560 Bell St., East Palo Alto. Hospice Care Presentation. 11 a.m. cil is to allow retail businesses in the city’s TOT by 2 percent Jan. 1 and
Free spaying and neutering clinic to Noon. Foster City Recreation stores in the city or that there are city. increase 0.5 percent each year after
hosted by the Peninsula Humane Center, 650 Shell Blvd., Foster City. existing commercial cannabis stores
Society. Surgery performed by a Foster City 55+ Club. Free. For more In response to a question from that until it hits 14 percent — the
licensed vet in an SPCA surgery vehi- information call 286-2585. in San Carlos. Though the City Councilman Mark Olbert, City city’s TOT could generate an estimated
cle. One pet per family. Cats and dogs Council adopted an ordinance allowing Attorney Greg Rubens explained coun- $850,000 to $1.65 million annually
only. For more information call 340- Supervised Play. 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. San
7022. Mateo Senior Center, 2645 Alameda commercial cannabis cultivation, cilmembers would have the ability to once fully implemented. Mendenhall
de las Pulgas, San Mateo. Must have manufacturing and testing in adjust the tax rate if needed, as long as added the revenue could be used to sup-
Drop-In Computer Help. 10 a.m. to completed Play of the Hand course or
Noon. Redwood City Public Library, have basic knowledge and experi- December, no commercial cannabis it is no higher than 10 percent. port sidewalk repair and maintenance
1044 Middlefield Road, Redwood City. ence with the game. Cost $115 to businesses are currently operating in Johnson also expressed concerns projects or offset lost revenue should
Free. For more information call 780- $140. Registration required. For more the city and retail cannabis establish-
7098. information call 522-7490. with including the estimated revenue an effort to repeal Senate Bill 1, other-
ments are prohibited. from the new tax in the ballot measure wise known as the gas tax increase,
Spor ts Broadcasting Summer Inventor’s Challenge: GoldieBlox. 4
Camp. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Midpen Media p.m. Grand Avenue Library, 306 “Because retail cannabis businesses language given the many variables on prevail in the November election.
Center, 900 San Antonio Road, Palo Walnut Ave., South San Francisco. are not permitted in San Carlos, I won- which the projections are based. City The city’s current stock of 378 hotel
Alto. For kids. Cost is $560. Students Build musical instruments, simple
learn all the elements of live sports vehicles or amusement park rides. der if some voters will be somewhat Manager Jeff Maltbie said the rooms is soon to double as three new
broadcasting in a unique hands-on For more information contact ssf- confused,” he said. “I think that most $200,000 in projected revenue is a hotels open in the next three years to
training experience. For more infor- pladm@plsinfo.org. people will think about this like a
mation call 494-8686. conservative estimate, but noted the join the seven currently operating in
The SETI Institute Drake Award — sales tax and so when they picture it, reference to potential revenue from the the city, said Mendenhall. She added
Computer Coach. 10:30 a.m. to noon. Honoring Victoria S. Meadows. 6 they will picture the future cannabis measure could be taken out of the bal- the tax could capture additional rev-
ESL Club. 10:30 to noon. Belmont p.m. to 9 p.m. SRI International
Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, Headquarters, 33 Ravenswood Ave., retail shop that will pay this tax, lot measure text, for which a maximum enue from incoming hotels like the
Belmont. Relaxed and welcoming Menlo Park. Cost $25 to $35. For more which is currently not permitted in San of 75 words has been set. Instead of 173-room Hilton Garden Inn at 1091
tutoring session with one-on-one information contact ahimes@seti.org.
help. For more information contact
Carlos.” making amendments to the proposed Industrial Road and the recently
belmont@smcl.org. Lawyer in the Library: Civil Law and Expected to generate $200,000 in text Monday, officials agreed to have opened 204-room Residence Inn by
Landlord/Tenant Law. 7 p.m. to 8:45
Toastmasters Public Speaking and p.m. Redwood City Public Library, revenue should future businesses gen- staff make changes based on their feed- Marriott known throughout the plan-
Leadership Skills Development. 1044 Middlefield Road, Redwood City. erate a gross revenue of $2 million, the back and present updated ballot meas- ning process as the Landmark Hotel,
Noon to 1 p.m. BKF Engineers, 255 Free consultation with a volunteer ure language to the council at its June along with plans to demolish the 29-
Shoreline Drive, Suite 200, Redwood lawyer. Reserve an appointment new tax would capture revenue from
Shores. Join us in a friendly and sup- online or by phone. For more informa- sales businesses are making to other 25 meeting. room Hotel San Carlos at 26 El
portive atmosphere while learning tion call 780-7018. Councilmembers voted 4-1 to put a Camino Real and build a 104-room
to improve your communication and
businesses, transactions that would
leadership skills. For more informa- Pablo Cruise. 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. San otherwise not trigger local sales tax, transient occupancy tax, or TOT, on Hyatt Place hotel in its place.
tion call (202) 390-7555. Mateo County Events Center, 2495 S. said Rebecca Mendenhall, the city’s the November ballot, with Councilmembers agreed to make a
Delaware St., San Mateo. Fourth main
The Bible and Current Events. 1 stage act to be announced for the San administrative services director. Councilman Matt Grocott voting minor change to the ballot measure
p.m. to 2 p.m. Hope Evangelican Mateo County Fair’s 2018 concert Mendenhall explained a community against the action. language suggested by staff to more
Lutheran Church, 600 W. 42nd Ave., series. For more information contact
San Mateo. For more information sanmateocountyfair@gmail.com. survey conducted in early 2018 showed At 10 percent, the city’s TOT is one clearly show the increase in annual
contact helc@pacbell.net. 72 percent of those surveyed would of the lowest in the county, said revenue expected with the tax increase.
‘Three Days of Rain.’ 8 p.m. Dragon
Makey Makey Piano and Scratch Productions Theatre Co., 2120
at its highest point. council apply only to this project.

MAIN
Programming. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. South Broadway, Redwood City. General
San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. admission is $35. Student admission Ground-level retail occupies 6,900 The project will bring a variety of
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. is $27. For more information call 298-
Free. For more information call 829- 9165. square feet and office space totals improvements to the area, including
3860.
Continued from page 1 78,832 square feet —  74,667 square street trees and landscaping, under-
‘Lego Batman Movie’: PG. 8:45 p.m.
Better Choices, Better Health. 5:30 Courthouse Square, 2200 Broadway, feet over the downtown precise plan ground utilities and lighting on Walnut
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. San Mateo Senior Redwood City. For more information cap. That is one of many concessions Street.
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, call 780-7311. 849 Main St. at a meeting June 11. and amendments to the general and For Mayor Ian Bain, the rehab of his-
San Mateo. Learn about stress man- Officials and numerous residents,
agement, dealing with pain and FRIDAY, JUNE 15 downtown precise plans requested by toric resources, art gallery, parking on
fatigue, weight management and Virtual Reality at the Library. 10 including retailers adjacent to the site, the developer and happily granted by Main Street and elimination of blight
decision making. Registration a.m. to 1 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 have been celebrating the development
required. For more information con- Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. Sign the council. are the project’s top selling points.
tact ashong@cityofsanmateo.org. up for a 30-minute block by calling for years for its ability to revitalize not “The downtown precise plan was “These are all to me sustainable ben-
the Belmont Library and making a just Main Street but Walnut Street as meant to be a fluid document and over efits. The money for nonprofits and
Living in San Mateo County: reservation. Ages 13 and older. For
Community Discussion with Home more information contact bel- well, and many have showed up to sev- time we’ve adjusted things and we’ll schools is great but that’s one-time
for All. 6 p.m. South San Francisco mont@smcl.org. eral of the nine public hearings on the continue to in the future,” Seybert said. money that runs out,” he said. “I look
Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave.,
Seniors on the Square. 10 a.m. to 2
proposal to voice their support. “This type of amendment was some- at a project and how it’s going to
South San Francisco. Representatives
from the Home for All Initiative will p.m. 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. “It’s a no-brainer, a great project for thing that we kind of always planned . impact the community for years to
lead an informative presentation on Join the senior community as we
the current housing environment in take over downtown Redwood City. Redwood City, a great project for Main ... This is a great opportunity to con- come and to me those benefits out-
San Mateo County, followed by a For more information call 344-5200. Street and I’m excited to get it going,” tinue the legacy of the downtown pre- weigh any disadvantages the project
facilitated group discussion. For
Movie: ‘A Friend Indeed — The Bill
said Councilman John Seybert. cise plan into an area like Main may bring.”
more information call 829-3860.
Sackter Story.’ 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. San The Acclaim Companies’ 85,732- Street.” Those one-time payments include
DIY Hand Sanitizer. 6 p.m. Grand Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Third
Ave., San Mateo. For more informa- square-foot project will bring a mix of Councilwoman Janet Borgens said $605,000 to the affordable housing
Avenue Library, 306 Walnut Ave.,
South San Francisco. Learn how to tion contact mbaute@cityofsanma- office and retail space, a 246-space she does not support increasing the cap fund, $85,000 for public art, $25,000
create your own natural hand sanitiz- teo.org. underground parking lot with valet for offices, but made this one-time to the Redwood City Parks and Arts
er. For more information contact ssf-
pladm@plsinfo.org. Art on the Square with Music on service, a public art gallery and a vari- exception because of the outreach Foundation, another $25,000 to local
the Square. 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. ety of other community benefits. Four efforts of the developers —  brothers public schools and $5,000 to the
Head Over High Heels: Drag at the Courthouse Square, 2200 Broadway,
Library. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Redwood City. Free. For more infor- parcels will be merged into one, and Mark and Gary Johnson —  who have Sheriff’s Athletic League.
Burlingame Library, 480 Primrose mation call 780-7311. three of the four buildings currently on been celebrated about as much as the This is also the second Redwood City
Road, Burlingame. For more informa- the site will be demolished, but the his- development.
tion call 558-7400. Mustache Harbor: Yacht Rock. 6 development in a row to receive noth-
p.m. to 8 p.m. Courthouse Square, toric landmark building will be pre- “This company took the community ing but kudos from speakers during
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. Free. served and rehabilitated.
Presents ‘Native Gardens.’ 7:30 p.m. For more information call 780-7311. into consideration first,” Borgens said. council meetings, leaving coun-
Mountain View Center for the The office space will include an “They talked with the people first. I cilmembers pleasantly surprised by
Live Band Studio Music Mix Class. really think they could give lessons on
Performing Arts, 500 Castro St.,
6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Midpen Media elevated outdoor seating area, and this seemingly unprecedented streak of
Mountain View. Cost $40 to $100,
savings available for educators, sen- Center, 900 San Antonio Road, Palo the building will be increasingly how to build in a community and make well-received developments.
iors and patrons 35 and under. For Alto. Cost is $160. For more informa- set back from the street as it rises it successful.” “I don’t know what’s in the water
more information contact boxof- tion call 494-8686.
fice@theatreworks.org. from two to four stories, or 59 feet The concessions granted by the right now, but I like it,” Seybert said.
BAM winners announced. 6:30 p.m.
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cEntEr as: Mujeres de Fe, 726 Del Monte Ave- as: Silicon Valley Construction, 751 Lau-
San mateo, ca nue, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA rel St. Ste. 537, SAN CARLOS, CA
94080. Registered Owner: Jacqueline
94070. Registered Owner: Jelani Tyler
*customer Service Lopez, same address. The business is
conducted by an Individual. The regis- Anderson, 1717 Wood Land Ave. #308,
trant commenced to transact business Palo Alto, CA 94303. The business is
Are you... Dependable, under the FBN on N/A. conducted by an Individual. The regis-
friendly, detail oriented, /s/Jacqueline Lopez/ trant commenced to transact business
willing to learn new skills? This statement was filed with the Asses- under the FBN on N/A.
sor-County Clerk on 5/21/18. (Published /s/Jelani T. Anderson/
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/23/18, This statement was filed with the Asses-
Do you have .... Good 5/30/18, 6/6/18, 6/13/18).
communication skills, a sor-County Clerk on 6/5/18. (Published in
the San Mateo Daily Journal 6/6/18,
desire for steady 6/13/18, 6/20/18, 6/27/18).
fictitiouS BuSinESS namE
employment and StatEmEnt #277710
employment benefits? The following person is doing business
as: J & J Bakery, 796 El Camino Real, fictitiouS BuSinESS namE
Please call for an SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered
Owners: 1)Jacqueline Jessica Lopez-
StatEmEnt #277845 over the hedge over the hedge over the hedge
Appointment: (650)342-6978 The following person is doing business
Ocegueda, 8195 Peachtree Ave., New- as: Arcadia Home Care & Staffing, 670
ark, CA 94560 2)Joanna Michelle Peral- Woodside Rd., REDWOOD CITY, CA
ta, 36841 Nutmeg Ct., Newark, CA 94061. Registered Owners: 1)PRAC
94560. The business is conducted by
Holdings Inc., DE 2)Professional Relia-
Caregivers Wanted
Caregivers Wanted Copartners. The registrant commenced
to transact business under the FBN on ble Nursing Inc., CA. The business is
Home C
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/s/Jacqueline Lopez-Ocegueda/ trant commenced to transact business
This statement was filed with the Asses- under the FBN on N/A.
(650) 600-8108 sor-County Clerk on 5/14/18. (Published /s/Dirk Allison/
EEmail:
mail: jobs@starlightcaregivers.com
jobs@starlightcaregivers.com in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/23/18, This statement was filed with the Asses-
5/30/18, 6/6/18, 6/13/18). sor-County Clerk on 5/29/18. (Published
www.starlightcaregivers.com
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The following person is doing business
as: Hopgraphix, 2520 Fleetwood Dr., fictitiouS BuSinESS namE
SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Registered StatEmEnt #277666
Owners: 1)Mariano Bermudez, same ad- The following person is doing business
dress 2)Bine R. Arceo, 2310 Wexford as: AES Construction, 1312 Dix St., SAN
Ave., So. San Francisco, CA 94080. The
business is conducted by a General Part-
MATEO, CA 94401. Registered Owner: 203 Public notices Books 298 collectibles
Allen E. Steinmetz, same address. The
Day or Night
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Placement nership. The registrant commenced to business is conducted by an Individual. noticE of amEnDED PEtition to qualitY BooKS used and rare. World 80’S toPS Complete Factory Set All
transact business under the FBN on May The registrant commenced to transact aDminiStEr EStatE of & US History and classic American nov- Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474.
Required: 2 years
Required: years paid experience
experience 22, 2018. business under the FBN on N/A. Leon Pawlak els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502
current CNA Certification;
or current Certification; /s/Mariano Bermudez/
/s/Allen Steinmetz/ Case Number: 18PRO00247-A a-tEam figurinES Plus Jeep $20
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This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- V.logVinoV, unuSual Journey to the
sor-County Clerk on 5/8/18. (Published in tingent creditors, and persons who may Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus-
sor-County Clerk on 5/22/18. (Published otherwise be interested in the will or es- ginnY Doll 8" Carhop, uniform &
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/23/18, the San Mateo Daily Journal 6/6/18, sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695
tate, or both, of Leon Pawlak. A Petition apron,cap, skates & tray. Original
5/30/18, 6/6/18, 6/13/18). 6/13/18, 6/20/18, 6/27/18). for Probate has been filed by Theresa box.$15. (650)712-1070
Abrahams in the Superior Court of Cali- 295 art
fornia, County of San Mateo. The Peti- lEnnox rED Rose, Unused, hand
fictitiouS BuSinESS namE fictitiouS BuSinESS namE tion for Probate requests that Theresa BruShED finiSh, 15" X 20" frame painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
StatEmEnt #277610 StatEmEnt #277944 Abrahams be appointed as personal rep- holds 18 various size photos. Never $12.00. (650) 578 9208.
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business resentative to administer the estate of used. $20. 650-369-2486.
as: Five Point Construction Services, 279 as: 1)Pixcbooth 2)Vankulture 3)Hella the decedent. maDamE alExanDEr Doll 8", Rhett
Lakeview Way, REDWOOD CITY, CA PhotoBooth, 324 Heathcliff Dr., PACIF- Butler, white suit, new, never out of box
94062. Registered Owner: Mark Steven ICA, CA 94044. Registered Owner: So-
The petition requests the decedent’s will
and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro-
296 appliances $25, (650)712-1070
Lewman, same address. The business bate. The will and any codicils are avail-
is conducted by an Individual. The regis- cato Industries Limited Liability Compa- air conDitionEr 10000 BTU w/re-
ny, CA. The business is conducted by able for examination in the file kept by millEr litE Neon sign , work good
trant commenced to transact business mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG $59 call (650)218-6528
an Limited Liability Company. The regis- the court. brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
under the FBN on 5/1/18. The petition requests authority to admin-
/s/Mark S. Lewman/ trants commenced to transact business ister the estate under the Independent
0898 Star WarS Action figure: Qui-Gon
This statement was filed with the Asses- under the FBN on 6/7/2018. Administration of Estates Act. (This au- Jinn (Jedi Knight), mint-in package. $10
sor-County Clerk on 5/3/18. (Published in /s/Paul Cotaco/ thority will allow the personal representa- air conDitionEr, Portable, 14,000 Steve (650)518-6614.
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/23/18, This statement was filed with the Asses- tive to take many actions without obtain- BTU, Commercial Cool model
5/30/18, 6/6/18, 6/13/18). CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces-
sor-County Clerk on 06/07/2018. (Pub- ing court approval. Before taking certain
sories plus remote included. 299 computers
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal, very important actions, however, the per-
6/13/17, 6/20/17, 6/4/17, 7/7/18). sonal representative will be required to 20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $245 OBO.
fictitiouS BuSinESS namE (650)345-1835 19" color Monitor with stand VG con-
StatEmEnt #277740 give notice to interested persons unless dition power cord/owners manual includ-
The following person is doing business they have waived notice or consented to ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857
fictitiouS BuSinESS namE the proposed action.) The independent coffEE maKEr $15.00 white, Kitchen
as: First Step Tennis, 314 Lansdale Ave. Gourmet, makes up to 12 cups (650)533-
Apt. D, MILLBRAE, CA 94030. Regis- StatEmEnt #277934 administration authority will be granted i-PaD KEYBoarD. $25.00. (650)588-
unless an interested person files an ob- 0907
tered Owner: Tim Golder, same address. The following person is doing business 0842
The business is conducted by an Individ- as: Andino Construction, 339 Commer- jection to the petition and shows good
cause why the court should not grant au- colEman lxE Roadtrip Grill -
ual. The registrant commenced to trans- cial Ave. unit # A, SOUTH SAN FRAN- Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 rEcorDaBlE cD-r 74, Sealed, Unop-
act business under the FBN on N/A. thority. ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
CISCO, CA 94080. Registered Owner: A hearing on the petition will be held in (650)918-9847
/s/Tim Golder/ (650) 578 9208
Delmer Ernesto Andino Pastiana, same this court as follows: JUNE 25, 2018 at
This statement was filed with the Asses- ElEctric StoVE From Sears
sor-County Clerk on 5/16/18. (Published address. The business is conducted by 9:00 a.m., Superior Court of California,
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/23/18, an Individual. The registrant com- County of San Mateo, 400 County Cen- Excellent Condition $225 300 toys
Please Call (650)244-9267
nEWSPaPEr intErnS 5/30/18, 6/6/18, 6/13/18). menced to transact business under the ter, Redwood City, CA 94063.
If you object to the granting of the peti- 100 thingS for little children to do on a
FBN on 06-06-18.
JournaliSm /s/Delmer Ernesto Andino Pastiana/ tion, you should appear at the hearing hotPoint hEaVY Duty Dryer excellent
working condition Burlingame $50 Call
trip. 4"X6" cards with instructions. Used.
The Daily Journal is looking for in- fictitiouS BuSinESS namE and state your objections or file written FREE (650)595-3933
This statement was filed with the Asses- Dan (408)656-0958
terns to do entry level reporting, re- StatEmEnt #277731 objections with the court before the hear-
search, updates of our ongoing fea- The following person is doing business sor-County Clerk on 6/6/18. (Published in ing. Your appearance may be in person amErican flYEr locomotive runs
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- as: Eric’s Finest Produce, 276 Garden- the San Mateo Daily Journal 6/13/18, or by your attorney. maYtag WaShEr excellent working
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433
so welcome. side Avenue, SOUTH SAN FRANCIS- 6/20/18, 6/27/18, 7/4/18). If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
CO, CA 94080. Registered Owner: Eric itor of the decedent, you must file your (408)656-0958 largE StuffED ANIMALS - $3 each
We expect a commitment of four to EJ Jason Martinie, same address. The claim with the court and mail a copy to Great for Kids (650) 952-3500
eight hours a week for at least four business is conducted by an Individual. fictitiouS BuSinESS namE the personal representative appointed by mfg h20laBS Model 300 exc cond
months. The internship is unpaid, but The registrant commenced to transact StatEmEnt #277887 the court within the later of either (1) four counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. original amErican Girl Doll - Molly,
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- business under the FBN on 5/7/2018 . The following person is doing business months from the date of first issuance of complete with clothing, accessories, and
room hEatEr Electric 1320 Watts, Ar- books $50. (650)515-1931.
terns have progressed in time into /s/Eric Martinie/ as: Samer Fanek Music, 636 Southgate letters to a general personal representa- vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5.
paid correspondents and full-time re- This statement was filed with the Asses- Ave, DALY CITY, CA 94015. Registered tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the (650)952-3500
porters. sor-County Clerk on 5/16/18. (Published California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days Star WarS Celebration 3 Darth Vader
Owner: Samer Raed Toma Fanek, same $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/30/18, address. The business is conducted by from the date of mailing or personal de- SEWing machinE-roYal XL 6000
College students or recent graduates 6/6/18, 6/13/18, 6/20/18). livery to you of a notice under sectioin Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150.
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper an Individual. The registrant com- 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- 302 antiques
menced to transact business under the (650)342-8436.
experience is preferred but not neces- er California statutes and legal authority
sarily required. fictitiouS BuSinESS namE FBN on 04/29/2018. may affect your rights as a creditor. You ShoWtimE rotiSSEriE used once 100 Y/o family heirloom, hand sewn,
StatEmEnt #277846 /s/Samer Raed Toma Fanek/ may want to consult with an attorney $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave hexagon pieced quilt. 8ft. sq. $99.
Please send a cover letter describing The following person is doing business This statement was filed with the Asses- knowledgeable in California law. (650)556-9708
as: RS Cleaning Services, 1451 Beach message.
your interest in newspapers, a resume sor-County Clerk on 5/31/18. (Published You may examine the file kept by the
and three recent clips. Before you ap- Park Blvd #220, FOSTER CITY, CA in the San Mateo Daily Journal 6/13/18, court. If you are a person interested in unitaP StanDarD centerset bath-
94404. Registered Owner: Robson Ro- mahoganY antiquE Secretary desk,
ply, you should familiarize yourself 6/20/18, 6/27/18, 7/4/18). the estate, you may file with the court a room chrome faucet, complete, $10, 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev-
with our publication. Our Web site: mao Da Silva, same address. The busi- Request for Special Notice (form DE- (650)595-3933
ness is conducted by an Individual. The elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024.
www.smdailyjournal.com. 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
registrant commenced to transact busi- praisal of estate assets or of any petition Vacuum clEanEr (reconditioned)
orDEr to ShoW cauSE for
Send your information via e-mail to ness under the FBN on N/A .
changE of namE or account as provided in Probate Code $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 303 Electronics
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- /s/Robson Romao Da Silva/ section 1250. A Request for Special No-
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- This statement was filed with the Asses- caSE# 18-ciV-02675 tice form is available from the court clerk. WEStErn WaShBoarD Sales made antarES DollarS Bill Changer ma-
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 sor-County Clerk on 5/29/18. (Published SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, Attorney for Petitioner: of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C. chines never used for small bus. $95
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/30/18, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, Kevin A. Taheny $75. phone 650-369-2486. (650)992-4544.
6/6/18, 6/13/18, 6/20/18). 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, Law Offices of Kevin A. Taheny Inc.
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 700 S. Claremont St. WhirlPool WaShEr DRYER, GE BlauPunKt am/fm/cD Radio and Re-
PETITION OF SAN MATEO, CA 94402 Refrigerator all working and in good con- ceiver with Detachable Face asking
Michael Taylor Anderson (650)345-4000 dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. $100. (650)593-4490
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: FILED: 6/4/2018
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
Petitioner: Michael Taylor Anderson filed 297 Bicycles KinDlE firE 8 in. Case and Charger

got JoBS?
nal on 6/6/18, 6/13/18, 6/14/18 ) incl. 64 gig $40 Jeff (650)208-5758
a petition with this court for a decree
changing name as follows: aDult BiKES 1 regular and 2 with bal- motorola BraVo MB 520 (android
Present Name: loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD
Michael Taylor Anderson card Belmont (650)595-8855
Proposed Name: Bmx mongooSE Outer Limit Bike,
Taylor Solomon Hughes looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933 onKYo aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital
Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
StatEmEnt of aBanDonmEnt of chilD’S SchWinn BicYclE, BluE in Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons thE uSE of a fictitiouS BuSinESS good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
the best career seekers interested in this matter shall appear be-
fore this court at the hearing indicated
namE StatEmEnt m-271655
Name of the person abandoning the use girl'S 24" Schwinn bicycle. Good con- PanaSonic-39” lED TV,
Slightly Used, Ex. Condition, $250.00.
read the Daily Journal. below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
tition for change of name should not be
of the Fictitious Business Name: Amy Y.
Pun. Name of Business: Absolute Beau-
dition. $25 (650) 387-8121
nEW 12" girls bike w/ training wheels
(650)238-7961.
granted. Any person objecting to the ty. Date of original filing: 12/7/2016. Ad- $75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave SamSung flat TV 20" ex.co.incl.
name changes described above must file dress of Principal Place of Business: 47 mes VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544
We will help you recruit qualified, talented a written objection that includes the rea- Skyline Plaza, DALY CITY, CA 94015.
Registrant: New Absolute Beauty Inc.,
sons for the objection at least two court
individuals to join your company or organization. days before the matter is scheduled to CA. The business was conducted by a
Corporation.
be heard and must appear at the hearing /s/Amy Y. Pun/

lEgal noticES
to show cause why the petition should This statement was filed with the Asses-
the Daily Journal’s readership covers a wide not be granted. If no written objection is sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
range of qualifications for all types of positions. tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
County on 6/1/18.
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
petition shall be held on 07/13/18 at 9 nal, 6/6/18, 6/13/18, 6/20/18, 6/27/18).

for the best value and the best results,


a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
Fictitious Business Name Statements,
recruit from the Daily Journal... Order to Show Cause shall be published
at least once each week for four succes-
210 lost & found Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate,
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- loSt cat. Black and White. Black
patch on right eye. REWARD.
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons,
ing on the petition in the following news-
contact us for a free consultation paper of general circulation: Call (323) 439-7713. Notice of Public Sales and More.
San Mateo Daily Journal
Filed: 5/31/2018 Books
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County.
call (650) 344-5200 or Judge of the Superior Court
Dated: 5/31/2018
JamES PattErSon hardback books.
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304 Furniture 306 housewares 311 Musical instruments 318 Sports equipment garage Sales 515 office Space
2 WaLnut 3-drawer nitestands. Tops coMPLete Set OF CHINA - Windsor For SaLe: Epiphone Les Paul Cus- goLF cLuBS, used set with Cart for
need work but very good cond. $20/ea Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, tom Prophecy Electric Guitar. Mint. $50. (650)593-4490 -virtuaL oFFiceS-
(650)952-3466. 20-pieces in original box, never used.
$250 per box (3 boxes available).
$625.00. (650)421-5469.
guthy-renKer PoWer Rider,Ever-
garage SaLeS $59 - $150
antique dining table for six people
with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
(650)342-5630 huge LudWig Drum Set Silver Sparkle
& Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
erciser $20 (510)770-1976
eState SaLeS *Business Internet *Phone Answering
*Conference Rooms *Offices
cryStaL (Leaded glass) lamp $30. Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $4,300 *Complete IT Services * Mail
antique Mohagany Bookcase. Four Can send picture. (650)464-7860 (650)369-8013. Make money, make room!
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. heaLth rider. Exercise machine. Ex- (650) 373-2000
JuLiSKa hand-craFted 6 7/16" Piano, uPright, in excellent condi- cellent condition. $95. San Bruno. Bay area executive offices
arMchair good
(650)266-3184
condition $55. plates. 2 bxs, of 4 ea. NEW $15.00
(650)344-4756
tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769 (650)794-0839 List your upcoming www.bayareaoffices.com

BedStead SingLe, poster style, box Lace taBLecLoth. 84" x 64". Like
Piano-1955 BaLdWin Acrosonic 36”
High, Free for anyone to pick-up
heaLthrider (originaL 90's equip- garage sale,
ment). Good condition. $25 (650) 387-
spring, mattress available. $40.00.
(650)593-7408
new and lovely. Rarely used. $35. San
Bruno. (650)794-0839
(650)295-9121.
8121 moving sale, 620 automobiles
Beige SoFa $99. Excellent Condition SinK douBLe cast iron. Good condi-
SaxoPhone- aLto Silver with Case
$250.00 (650)948-4895 Men'S roSSignoL Skis. $95.00,
estate sale, 1986 Mercedez 420 SEL 4-dr Black
(650) 315-2319 tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408
uPright Piano. In tune. Fair condi-
good condition, (650)341-0282. yard sale, 103k miles $5,000-Don (415)309-3892
www.elso.store
BunK BedS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or
308 tools tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886. one dozen Official League Diamond rummage sale,
Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger 1994 MitSuBiShi 3000 GT- VR4 Twin
B/O (650)685-2494 antique iron Hand Drills. 3 available
vintage Lingerie Washboard circa
1920’s The Zinc King #703. Suitable for (650)771-6324. clearance sale, or Turbo Perfect Cont. Asking $30,000
(650)315-2959 (650)558-8555
coMMode, good condition. $20 obo.
at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron strumming $50 (650)369-2486
Prince tenniS 2 section nylon black
whatever sale you
Please call (650)745-6309 craFtSMan 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
yaMaha acouStic Guitar, model
FG830 electric. $400.00 (650)421-5469
Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket- have... 1999 cadiLLac DeVille Contour-Paid
$6,000 Sell $3,000 Good Condition
coMPuter deSK (glass) & chair. Like $55.(650)341-8342 (650)315-2954 or (650)558-8555
new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or ShoPSMith MarK V 50th Anniversary ziLJian cyMBaLS with stands, 21”
gtecher@comcast.net most attachments. $1,500/OBO. ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99 totaL gyM XLS, excellent condition. Reach over 83,450 readers don’t lose money
(650)504-0585 (916)826-5964 Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call from South San Francisco
coMPuter deSK For sale $99 (650)588-0828 on a trade-in or
(650)520-4650 vintage craFtSMan Jig Saw. Circa
312 Pets & animals to Palo Alto. consignment!
1947. $60. (650)245-7517 touredge reaction ii uniflex sys- in your local newspaper.
coMPuter SWiveL CHAIR. Padded
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 vintage ShoPSMith and Band airLine carrier for cats, pur. from tem 8 irons 3-9 and pitch irons
new $75. Call May (650)349-0430 Sell your vehicle in the
deSK, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o.
SaW, good shape. $300/obo. Call
(650)342-6993
Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
(505)228-1480 local. call (650)344-5200 daily Journal’s
(650)458-3578 treadMiLL-horizon LiKe New, limit-
one KenneL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- ed use, Paid $750-Asking $450 OBO
auto classifieds.
mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. (650)508-8662
dining taBLe (36"x54") and 4 match- WeLder- LincoLn AC 220 amps 240
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for volts $199.00 (650)948-4895
(650)593-2066 Just $45
$250 .(650)-654-1930. vintage naSh Cruisers Mens/ Wom- We’ll run it
Parrot cage, Steel, Large - approx
309 office equipment 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz 379 open houses ‘til you sell it!
dreSSer 4-draWer in Belmont for offer. (650)245-4084 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
$75. Good condition; good for children.
Call (650)678-8585 LaPtoP caSe or bag. Black. Like new.
Pet carrier for small dog or cat in ex- WoMan’S SKi Boots, Nordica, size 8 reach 83,450 drivers
dreSSer W/Mirror & chest, mid-
Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564.
cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349-
6059
$30 (650)592-2047. oPen houSe from South SF to
century, blond/tan. Both for $99. Night- 310 Misc. For Sale yaMaha rooF RACK, 58 inches $75. LiStingS
stands also available. SSF. (650)392- Pet taxi Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux (650)458-3255
Palo alto
4841 500-600 Big Band-era 78's--most mint, Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for
no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 $25. Call (650)349-6059. List your Open House call (650)344-5200
entertainMent center for $50. in the Daily Journal. ads@smdailyjournal.com
Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. BeSSy SMaLL Evening Hand Bag With
Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 316 clothes 340 camera & Photo equip.
(650)726-4102 Reach over 83,450
BiFoLd ShutterS 2x28”x79 $10.00 5 BoxeS male & female square dance niKon 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel- potential home buyers &
Free Wooden Bed frame, good condi- lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044 BMW ‘11 328i Coupe, M package, white
tion pictures available (650)322-9598 (650)544-5306 clothing. Excellent Condition. As a renters a day, black, $12,700. (650)302-5523
email tmckay1@sbcglobal.net bunch $200 Maryann (650)574-4439.
caSh regiSter Parts; Much Skin Not oMega B600 Condenser Enlarger, In- from South San Francisco BMW ‘11 328i, white M package, 105K
Guts $500 (415)269-4784 struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En- to Palo Alto.
Free Wooden Cabinet 73"Wide, BeautiFuL SiLver clutch evening larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940 miles, $12,500. (650)302-5523
16"Deep and 29"Wide. Built with 2X6 corKS For wine bottles. New, never bag. Never used. $20 (650)794-0839 in your local newspaper. ‘
Lumber. Art at (415)467-7353 Brisbane. used. 5 bundles of 100 each. $50.00. vivitar v 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
Box oF used men's Levi's and misc. chevroLet ‘86 ASTROVAN, 63K
(650)593-7408 jeans $99.00 or best offer fair condition original manual. Like new. $99 SSF call (650)344-5200 miles, $3800 (650)481-5296
gLider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- (650)583-6636
lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. (650)589-0764
coStco PLay Pen with travel bag.
Used once $35 (650)591-2981 chevy ‘10 HHR . 68K. EXCELLENT
iKea dreSSer, black, 3 shelf. 23" x daWgS Brand Kaymann black and 345 Medical equipment CONDITION. $8888. (650)274-8284.
15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. druM -décor ONLY Brass cylinder & white snake print loafers size 7 (9.3”) $25
fittings, wood frame. Has age. $25.00 (650)369-2486 adJuStaBLe Bath shower transfer 440 apartments chevy 2007 Malibu 4-Door Sedan Grey
200K Miles Excellent condition Premier
iKea taBLe, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. (650)344-4756 bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976
$ 30. (650)598-9804. Faux Fur Coat Woman's brown multi BeLMont: LARGE 1BR, 2BR & 3BR coated protection $1,800 (650)871-8596
LioneL chriStMaS Holiday expan- color in excellent condition 3/4 drive 3-in-1 commode with seat,buck- Apts. Prime Locations, Quiet Buildings.
Love chair, velour, tan. $45. sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 length $50 (650)692-8012 et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10 Clean & Updated units. No Smoking, No chevy hhr ‘08 - Grey, spunky car
(808)631-1365. (510)770-1976 Pets, No Housing Vouchers. $2,100 & loaded, even seat warmers, $9,500.
LioneL WeStern Union Pass car and genuine LadieS Mink Fur Jacket, up. Call (650)593-8254. (408)807-6529.
neW deLuxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 $50.00 Call: (650)368-0748. drive deLuxe two button walker $10
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must dodge ‘99 Maintenance Van, ,
Sell! (650) 875-8159. Lorex 14” B&W Surveillance System goLF ShoeS, FootJoy, black & white
(510)770-1976 470 rooms $2,500 OBO Good condition. Call
Model SG14S1042C-A $75 (415)407- saddle, 91/2, good condition, $5; hoMedicS duaL Shiatsu Massage (650)481-5296
neW tWin Mattress set plus frame 2360 RWC loction. (650)591-9769 Cushion. 3 Zone. $45.00. (650)207-4162 hiP houSing Pontiac 1997 Passenger Van. Alumi-
$30.00 (650) 347-2356 Non-Profit Home Sharing Program
Luggage, red, 21" NEW Samsonite Kayano Men’S Running shoes size 11 MedLine exceL K1 Wheelchair fold- num Rims with good tires. Needs engine
good condition $20 (650)520-7045 San Mateo County work! $900. Call 650-365-8287 or cell
niagara viBrating Adjustable bed Spinner,$50.00. (650)729-3000 down back 18” desk length elevating leg (650)348-6660 650-714-3865.
good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan rests $50 (510)770-1976
(408)656-0958 LadieS cLothing, some w/tags.
MaKeS 6"x6" potholders, frame and $99.00 (650)589-0764.
oFFice tyPe 34"X 60" heavy solid loops included. FREE. 650-595-3933 LadieS Sequin dress, blue, size XL,
wood with formica wood grain top $25 pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
(650) 787-9753 MeiLinK SaFe-Fire Proof,
50”x31”X31”, 2200lbs $1200 Men'S StetSon hat, size large, new,
ornate Large BooKcaSe: Two www.elso.store (415)309-3892 rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
Pieces 5Ft across by 7ft tall Paid $2500 (650) 578-9208
asking $500 CALL(650)345-9199.
negrini Fencing Epee mask size M MinK StoLe - Excellent condition. Was
retro hutch Needs refinishing other- & France Lames 5 epee blade $95 rarely worn. $50. San Bruno. (650)794-
(415)260-6940 0839
wise good condition. Top detaches from
bottom $25. (650)712-9962 rooF racK FOR VAN / ALUMINUM neW With tags Wool or cotton Men's
BOX $90 (650)948-4895 pullover sweaters (XL) $15/each
SeWing Storage cabinet, Custom
made wood perfect condition $75. SaMSonite 26" tan hard-sided suit (650)952-3466
(650)483-1222 case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
$45. (650)328-6709 tuxedo Size 40, black, including white
SoFaBed, veLour, tan, Excellent shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
condition. $75. (808)631-1365. SiLK Saree 6 yards new nice color.for WiLSon Leather Lady Jacket. Small,
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- like new. $45. (808)863-1136.
SoLid Wood Dining table with exten- formation.
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Saudi-led forces begin assault on Yemen port city THE ASSOCIATED PRESS later state media announced the battle had
begun, citing military sources. Houthi
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — A Saudi- media did not immediately report the attack.
led coalition backing Yemen’s exiled gov- Yemen’s exiled government “has exhaust-
ernment began an assault Wednesday morn- ed all peaceful and political means to
ing on Yemen’s port city of Hodeida, a cru- remove the Houthi militia from the port of
cial battle in the 3-year-old conflict that aid Hodeida,” it said in a statement. “Liberation
agency warned could push the Arab world’s of the port of Hodeida is a milestone in our
poorest country into further chaos. struggle to regain Yemen from the mili-
Iranian-aligned Shiite rebels known as tias.”
Houthis and their allies for years have held Forces loyal to Yemen’s exiled govern-
the Red Sea port, crucial to food supplies in ment and irregular fighters led by Emirati
a nation on the brink of famine after years troops had neared Hodeida in recent days.
of war. The battle for Hodeida, if the The port is some 150 kilometers (90 miles)
Houthis don’t withdraw, also may mark the southwest of Sanaa, Yemen’s capital held by
first major street-to-street urban fighting Shiite rebels known as Houthis.
for the Saudi-led coalition, which can be Emirati Minister of State for Foreign
deadly for both combatants and civilians Affairs Anwar Gargash earlier told French
alike. newspaper Le Figaro the deadline for a with-
Before dawn Wednesday, convoys of vehi- drawal from Hodeida by the Houthis expired
cles appeared to be heading toward the early Wednesday morning.
rebel-held city on the Red Sea, according to The United Nations and other aid groups
videos posted on social media. The sound of already had pulled their international staff
heavy, sustained gunfire clearly could be from Hodeida ahead of the rumored assault.
REUTERS heard in the background. Over 10,000 people have been killed in
A man walks past a tug damaged by an air strike at the Hodeida port, Yemen. Saudi-owned satellite news channels and Yemen’s civil war.
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Puerto Rico issues new data on Hurricane Maria deaths


By Danica Coto tics don’t indicate whether the storm and its
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS aftermath contributed to the additional
deaths.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Eight days The Puerto Rican government says it
after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto believes more than 64 people died as a
Rico, Efrain Perez felt a pain in his chest. result of the storm but it will not raise its
Doctors near his small town sent him to official toll until George Washington
Puerto Rico’s main hospital for emergency University completes a study of the data
surgery for an aortic aneurysm. But when being carried out on behalf of the U.S. terri-
the ambulance pulled into the parking lot in tory.
the capital, San Juan, after a more than two- The issue is clouded by the fact that the
hour drive, a doctor ran out to stop it. federal government and U.S. states and ter-
“He said, ‘Don’t bring him in here, I can’t ritories have no uniform definition of what
care for him. I don’t have power. I don’t constitutes a storm-related death. The
have water. I don’t have an anesthesiolo- National Hurricane Center counts only
gist,”’ Perez’s daughter, Nerybelle, recalled. deaths directly caused by a storm, like a per-
The 95-year-old Perez died as the ambu- son killed by a falling tree. It does not
lance drove him back to southwestern count indirect deaths, like someone whose
Puerto Rico but he is not included in the medical equipment fails in a blackout.
island’s official hurricane death toll of 64 Puerto Rico began by counting mostly
people, a figure at the center of a growing direct deaths, with some indirect ones. Then
legal and political fight over the response it stopped updating its toll entirely while it
REUTERS
to the Category 4 storm that hit Puerto Rico waits for the George Washington
A couple takes pictures of shoes displayed at the Capitol to pay tribute to Hurricane Maria’s University study, due later this summer.
on Sept. 20, 2017. victims after a research team led by Harvard University estimated that 4,645 people lost their
Facing at least three lawsuits demand- The death count has had political implica-
lives, a number not confirmed by the government, in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
ing more data on the death toll, Puerto tions. Visiting Puerto Rico on Oct. 3, two
Rico’s government released new infor- indirect result of the storm. same time period over the previous four weeks after the storm hit, President Donald
mation on Tuesday that added detail to According to the new data, there were years. Additionally, September and October Trump asked Gov. Ricardo Rossello what
the growing consensus that hundreds or 1, 427 more deaths from September to had the highest number of deaths of any the death toll was.
even thousands of people died as an December 2017 than the average for the months since at least 2013. But the statis- “Sixteen,” Rossello answered.

Navarro voices regret for harsh words about Canadian leader


By Paul Wiseman and Rob Gilles Trump was furious after President Donald J. Group of Seven wealthy democracies — just
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Trudeau had said at the Trump.” before Trump left for Singapore and a meeting
end of a contentious eco- The United States has with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
WASHINGTON — President Donald nomic summit in Quebec alienated Canada and Trump’s top economic adviser, Larry
Trump’s trade adviser Peter Navarro that he wouldn’t let other allies by imposing Kudlow, suggested that Trump saw Trudeau
expressed regret Tuesday for having said Canada be pushed around tariffs on steel and alu- as trying to weaken his hand before the
there is “a special place in hell” for in trade relations with minum imports, arguing summit with Kim. Kudlow said the president
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. the United States. that they pose a threat to won’t “let a Canadian prime minister push
“Let me correct a mistake I made,” Navarro Appearing on “Fox U.S. national security. him around. ... Kim must not see American
said at a Wall Street Journal conference, Peter Navarro News Sunday,” Navarro Justin Trudeau The move has been round- weakness.”
according to video provided by the Journal’s said: “There’s a special ly criticized by Canada Kudlow later suffered a “very mild” heart
CFO Network. “In conveying that message I place in hell for any foreign leader that and the European Union, leading to height- attack, the White House said Monday, but
used language that was inappropriate.” engages in bad faith diplomacy with ened tensions at last week’s summit of the was in good condition.