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Caltrain reviews sales tax poll

Transit agency looking to ask voters for 1/8-cent or 1/4-cent increase
By Zachary Clark with no informa- cent sales tax, which would bring in
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF tion. So that was a $100 million a year or $200 million a
positive, ” said year respectively to fund the railroad.
A proposed sales tax to fund Caltrain Board Member Polling so far suggests the two rates
operations is currently polling just Jeannie Bruins, are almost equally appealing to likely
below the required two-thirds thresh- also a Los Altos voters, who appear interested in the
old, leaving the agency’s board of councilwoman. measure primarily insofar as it could
directors cautiously optimistic about Voters in the reduce traffic congestion. 
its chances of passing in 2020.  three counties “I think [poll results] are somewhat
“This is your out-the-gate, if you do served by Caltrain encouraging, ” said Board Member DAILY JOURNAL FILE PHOTO
Charles Stone Voters in the three counties served by Caltrain will likely
nothing, how does the public react to — San Francisco, Charles Stone, also a Belmont coun-
that and the results were in pretty good San Mateo and Santa Clara — will like- consider either a 1/8-cent or 1/4-cent sales tax, which would
position as far as where you’d expect ly consider either a 1/8-cent or 1/4- See TAX, Page 31 bring in $100 million a year or $200 million a year respectively.

talks fail
Trump hikes tariffs on $200
billion in Chinese imports
By Paul Wiseman Inside
and Kevin Freking

WASHINGTON — Trade talks

between the U.S. and China broke up
Friday with no agreement, hours after
President Donald Trump more than dou-
bled tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese
Trump asserted on Twitter that there Risky politics? Trump
was “no need to rush” to get a deal wields his tariffs as a
ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL between the world’s two biggest weapon at home
Steve Slomka, president of Friends of the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, holds abalone shells in the visitor center at the Fitzgerald economies and later added that the tariffs See page 7
Marine Reserve. Slomka is one of some 200 docents who lead tours at the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, which is celebrating its “may or may not be removed depending
50th year as a marine life refuge. on what happens with respect to future negotiations.”
A White House official, speaking on condition of

‘We really want to love it while we’ve got it’ See TRADE, Page 23

Fitzgerald Marine Reserve celebrates 50th year as refuge Half Moon Bay weighs
By Anna Schuessler

Home to sea creatures Native

license plate readers
Americans could hunt for food hun- Councilmembers worried about privacy
dreds of years ago and serving as an
outdoor classroom for students of all impacts, seeking feedback from residents
ages today, the land included within By Zachary Clark
the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve in Moss DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Beach has offered a great deal to those
who have visited the coastal refuge. Automated license plate readers have been proposed in
Packed with wildlife as small as Half Moon Bay to help crack down on crime, but the City
buckshot barnacles and as large as har- Council is concerned about privacy impacts and the poten-
bor seals, the coastline at the tial misuse of data. 
See RESERVE, Page 12 See READERS, Page 18
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2 Weekend • May 11-12, 2019 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day

“No idea is so antiquated that it was
not once modern. No idea is so modern
that it will not someday be antiquated.”
— Ellen Glasgow, American author

This Day in History

An Atlanta-bound ValuJet DC-9 caught

1996 fire shortly after takeoff from Miami

and crashed into the Florida
Everglades, killing all 110 people on
In 1 5 0 2 , Christopher Columbus left Cadiz, Spain, on
his fourth and final trip to the Western Hemisphere.
In 1 6 4 7 , Peter Stuyvesant arrived in New Amsterdam to
become governor of New Netherland.
In 1 8 5 8 , Minnesota became the 32nd state of the
In 1 9 3 5 , the Rural Electrification Administration was
created as one of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New
Deal programs.
In 1 9 4 3 , during World War II, U. S. forces landed on the
Aleutian island of Attu, which was held by the Japanese;
the Americans took the island 19 days later.
In 1 9 5 3 , a tornado devastated Waco, Texas, claiming
114 lives.
In 1 9 6 0 , Israeli agents captured Nazi war criminal Adolf
Eichmann in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Muslims distribute food as they wait to have their Iftar (breaking fast) meals outside a mosque during the holy fasting month
In 1 9 7 3 , the espionage trial of Daniel Ellsberg and
of Ramadan in Manama, Bahrain.
Anthony Russo in the “Pentagon Papers” case came to an Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Oscar goes to.”
end as Judge William M. Byrne dismissed all charges, cit- Sciences that vote for the winners of the ***
ing government misconduct. Academy Awards. Shirley Temple (born 1928) presented a
In 1 9 8 7 , doctors in Baltimore transplanted the heart and *** special Academy Award to Walt Disney
lungs of an auto accident victim to a patient who gave up Bob Hope (1903-2003) hosted the for “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”
his own heart to another recipient. (Clinton House, the Oscars 18 times, Johnny Carson (1925- in 1938. Disney was presented with one
nation’s first living heart donor, died 14 months later. ) 2005) hosted the glamorous event five full-sized Oscar and seven miniature
In 1 9 9 8 , India set off three underground atomic blasts, times, Billy Crystal (born 1947) hosted Oscars.
its first nuclear tests in 24 years. A French mint produced eight times and Jerry Lewis (born 1926) ***
the first coins of Europe’s single currency, the euro. has hosted the Oscars three times. The Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award,
*** presented during the Academy Awards,
Do you know what three films are tied recognizes producers with consistent
Birthdays for winning the most Oscars? See high quality motion picture production.

n 1929, the first year of the Academy answer at end.
Awards, it took host Douglas Irving Thalberg (1899-1936) became
Fairbanks Sr. (1883-1939) only 10 Katharine Hepburn (1907-2003) has the vice president of MGM at age 24,
minutes to hand out the statuettes. There won the most Academy Awards for Best and supervised the studio’s top produc-
were 12 categories then. tions in its heyday. Thalberg died of
Actress. She won for “Morning Glory” pneumonia at age 37. The award is a
*** in 1932, “Guess Who’s Coming to
During the 1930s, the winners of the Dinner,” in 1967; “The Lion in Winter,” solid bronze sculpture of his head.
Academy Awards were known prior to in 1968; and “On Golden Pond,” in ***
the awards ceremony. The winner’s 1981. Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980) never
names were printed in the Los Angeles won an Academy Award for Best
Comedian Mort Nation of Islam Former White Times the day before the event. The tra- Ventriloquist Edgar Bergen (1903-1978) Director, although he was nominated for
Sahl is 92. leader Louis House chief of staff dition of the sealed envelope was started received the only wooden Academy the award five times. Hitchcock did
John Kelly is 69. in 1941, adding suspense to the event. receive the Irving G. Thalberg
Farrakhan is 86. Award in history. It was an honorary Memorial Award in 1967.
Jazz keyboardist Carla Bley is 83. Rock singer Eric Burdon From 1959 to 1998, the Academy Oscar for Bergen’s creation of dummy ***
(The Animals; War) is 78. Actress Pam Ferris is 71. Actress Awards took place on a Monday. Since Charlie McCarthy. The wooden Oscar, The first year that all five Best Picture
awarded in 1938, had a moveable
Shohreh Aghdashloo is 67. Actress Frances Fisher is 67. 1999, the Academy Awards ceremony nominees were in color was 1956.
Sports columnist Mike Lupica is 67. Actor Boyd Gaines is 66. has been on Sundays. *** ***
Country musician Mark Herndon (formerly with Alabama) is *** Walt Disney (1901-1966) has won more Ans wer: There are three movies that
64. Actress Martha Quinn is 60. Country singer-musician Tim The Academy Awards was first televised Oscars than any other individual per- have won 11 Oscars each: “Ben-Hur,”
Raybon (The Raybon Brothers) is 56. Actor Tim Blake Nelson in 1953 and was first broadcast in color son. He had a total of 64 Oscar nomina- 1959; “Titanic,” 1997; and “Lord of the
is 55. Actor Jeffrey Donovan is 51. Country musician Keith in 1966. tions, and won 26 Academy Awards. Rings: The Return of the King,” 2003.
West (Heartland) is 51. Actor Nicky Katt is 49. Actor Coby *** ***
Bell is 44. Cellist Perttu Kivilaakso is 41. Actor Austin ABC has televised the Oscars since When an Oscar winner is announced the
O’Brien is 38. Actor-singer Jonathan Jackson is 37. Rapper 1976 and is under contract to air the presenter does not say “And the winner Know It All is by Kerry McArdle. It runs in the
weekend edition of the Daily Journal.
Ace Hood is 31. Latin singer Prince Royce is 30. Actress event through 2020. is.” That phrase was discontinued in Questions? Comments? Email
*** 1989 at the 61st annual Academy knowitall(at) or call 344-
Annabelle Attanasio (TV: “Bull”) is 26. Musician Howard
There are 5,755 members of the Awards. Oscar presenters say “And the 5200 ext. 128.
Lawrence (Disclosure) is 25.1996


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
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one letter to each square,
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in the mid 50s.

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Sunday ni g ht: Mostly clear. Lows in
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after midnight. Lows in the mid 50s. Southwest winds 10 to
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0 3 2
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The Daily Derby race winners are Lucky Star, No. 2, in Tues day : Mostly cloudy in the morning. then becoming
first place; Big Ben, No. 4, in second place; and Money partly cloudy. Highs in the 50s to mid 60s. Southwest winds
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Endangered frogs delay cleanup in Paradise Police reports
Blue man group
Two males in blue uniforms caused a dis-
PARADISE — Fears of harming an endan- turbance with a Sears delivery person
gered frog species have forced crews to over taking an old refrigerator on
delay cleaning debris from about 800 prop- Lassen Drive in San Bruno, it was
erties in Paradise, angering some residents reported at 4:20 p.m. Saturday, May 4.
anxious to start rebuilding their homes.
Those tasked with debris removal have
been told to wait until state and federal offi- SAN BRUNO
cials reach an agreement on guidelines to Petty theft. A man wearing a gray jacket
address the environmental concerns, The and a hoodie stole a knife on El Camino
Sacramento Bee reported Friday. Real before walking toward Huntington
Construction projects often require state Avenue, it was reported at 4:31 p. m.
environmental inspections because of con- Sunday, May 5.
cerns about sensitive species. Grand theft. A woman wearing a white
The revelation that the cleanup of some jacket and carrying a black purse stole items
stream-side properties destroyed by the on El Camino Real, it was reported at 4:06
November blaze are now on hold triggered a p.m. Sunday, May 5.
strong public rebuke Thursday from two Sto l en v ehi cl e. A vehicle was stolen
local legislators who said they heard about from a lot on East San Bruno Avenue, it was
it from angry constituents. reported at 1:45 p.m. Sunday, May 5.
In statement calling the situation absurd, Di s turbance. Two drivers were involved in
Sen. Jim Nielsen, R-Tehama, and an altercation on Skyline Boulevard, it was
REUTERS Assemblyman James Gallagher, R-Yuba reported at 1:15 p.m. Sunday, May 5.
Fears of harming an endangered frog species have forced crews to delay cleaning debris City, lamented “that frogs, birds and water- Arres t. A person was arrested after driving
from about 800 properties in Paradise, angering some residents anxious to start rebuilding ways are causing work to stop in some under the influence on El Camino Real, it
their homes. areas.” was reported at 3:39 a.m. Sunday, May 5.

X Prize Foundation to The National Weather Service says the FOSTER CITY
Around the state late-season stormy weather continuing Vandal i s m. Someone sprayed graffiti on
develop wildfire-fighting prize most destructive wildfires in history in the Friday is due to a low-pressure system drop- Beach Park Boulevard, it was reported at
LA JOLLA — The X Prize Foundation is past two years. ping southward through the region. 1:42 p.m. Thursday, May 9.
developing a contest for technology that Newsom has solicited proposals from aca- A winter weather advisory remains in Arres t. A Sunnyvale man was arrested for
can detect and extinguish wildfires before demics, private companies and entrepre- effect for high elevations of the Sierra due to driving with a suspended license on Beach
they grow too large. neurs for innovative ways to address more snow in the range, which is already Park Boulevard, it was reported at 1:30 p.m.
California’s wildfire problem. The state laden with a well-above-average snowpack. Thursday, May 9.
X Prize Foundation chairman Peter The weather service said overnight accu- Hi t-and-run. A vehicle was hit between
Diamandis made the announcement Friday hopes to test products in the field this
upcoming fire season. mulations include 8 to 12 inches (20.3 to the hours of 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Edgewater
at the Near Future Summit in La Jolla, 30.4 centimeters) at Aspendell and Lake Boulevard, May 8, it was reported at 11:52
California. Diamandis says it will take a.m. Thursday, May 9.
about 100 days to develop the rules for the
Parts of California get Sabrina.
contest. After that, the foundation will try thunderstorms, late-season snow
to find a sponsor and launch the competi- BAKERSFIELD — Thunderstorms rattling
tion. around the central and southern Sierra
Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom joined Nevada, the San Joaquin Valley and parts of
Diamandis on stage for the announcement. the Mojave Desert have been triggering
California has experienced its deadliest and flash-flood warnings and advisories.
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Cow Palace legislation put on hold the Cow Palace board announced it will at or by
explore development opportunities. Local briefs phone at (650) 722-7300.
Legislation to ban gun shows and change In a press release issued late Friday, Sunday, May 12, according to the
oversight of the Cow Palace has been placed Wiener said there has been progress from Department of Public Works. Magic Lantern 3D show returns
on hold by the two legislators pushing for the board in its discontinuation of gun Crews will resurface Hillsdale Boulevard
shows and that the bill was being post- The Redwood City Improvement
it, it was announced Friday. from South Norfolk Street to Saratoga Association is relaunching its one-of-a-
poned until January to allow time for work Drive. Work will be near all Highway 101
The Cow Palace Board of Directors last to be done with the community and the gov- kind Magic Lantern 3D Show series on
month voted to discontinue gun shows with ramps, and drivers could experience slow- Tuesday, May 14.
ernor. downs. Regular work hours are Sunday to
an end date of Jan. 1, 2020. The Cow Palace While the Cow Palace is in Daly City, a The Magic Lantern 3D Show is a free 3D
board is nominated by the governor and the Friday, 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Last year, the video mapping light show designed by
couple acres of it is in San Francisco. The Senate Bill 1-funded project extended the
legislation sought to shift that to a local event center opened in 1941 and is home to world-renowned artist, Bart Kresa. The free
board with representation from San left turn lane from Hillsdale Boulevard on to show will project an array of colorful lights
the Grand National Rodeo, the Dicken’s Fair Saratoga Drive, installed ADA-compliant
Francisco, San Mateo County and Daly City and other community events. on the San Mateo County History Museum
officials — though the exact numbers from curb ramp upgrades and improved cross- for a 15-minute show weekly on Tuesday
each were under discussion. Senate Bill 281, Hillsdale Boulevard More information about this final leg of
nights. The show begins 8:30 p.m. through
authored by state Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San May 28, then is at 9 p.m. through Aug. 6,
Francisco, was also seen as a way to force nighttime road repair the road repair work can be found at cityof- then returns to 8:30 p.m. through Aug. 27.
other uses at the 68-acre site including Night work to complete road repairs to, or by contact- Shows will continue into the fall but times
housing. In addition to the gun show ban, East Hillsdale Boulevard will begin 9 p.m. ing the Public Works Department by email will vary according to sunset.

FEDERAL of prescription drugs by establishing drug currently active and those that will be Each of the terms end June 10, 2023.
patent transparency and encouraging mar- expiring soon for medicines, specifically Architects are especially encouraged to
GOVERNMENT ket competition. The bill, authored by biological products. apply for the Planning Commission,
• The U. S. Ho us e U. S. Rep. Anna Es ho o , D-Pal o Al to , though that is not a requirement.
o f is the first passed by the House in the 116th CITY GOVERNMENT Applications and further details are avail-
Re p re s e n t at i v e s Congress to address drug pricing. able on the city’s website cityofsanma-
passed the bipartisan The legislation institutes transparency •  The ci ty o f San Mateo has open or by contacting the
Purple Book reforms to the Purple Book, a document seats on its Personnel Board, the Planning city clerk (650) 522-7042. Please submit
Continuity Act of created by the Food and Drug Commission and Senior Citizens your application to the City Clerk by 5
2019 unanimously to bring down the cost Administration that lists patents that are Commission. p.m. Friday, May 24, for consideration.

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Space-tourism entering the ‘home Around the state
Court rules immigrants
stretch’ toward commercial flight can be deported for marijuana crime
SAN FRANCISCO — A federal appeals court has ruled that
By Morgan Lee California’s legalization of marijuana doesn’t protect
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS immigrants from deportation if they were convicted of pot
crimes before voters approved the new law in 2016.
SANTA FE, N. M. — Billionaire The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco
Richard Branson is moving Virgin denied on Friday the appeal of a woman who was convicted
Galactic’s winged passenger rocket in 2014 of possession of marijuana for sale.
and more than 100 employees from Claudia Prado, who is in Orange County jail facing depor-
California to a remote commercial tation, got a state court to reduce her felony conviction to a
launch and landing facility in southern misdemeanor under the new law. Prado then applied for
New Mexico, bringing his space- political asylum, arguing that she should not be removed
tourism dream a step closer to reality. because she was longer guilty of a felony crime.
Branson said Friday at a news confer- However, the appeals court said in a 3-0 ruling that feder-
ence that Virgin Galactic’s develop- al immigration law does not recognize the state’s decision
ment and testing program has to reclassify a valid conviction. The court also said her con-
advanced enough to make the move to viction was reclassified for policy reasons, but it was not
the custom-tailored hangar and runway overturned or expunged from the records.
at the taxpayer-financed Spaceport “Because Prado does not challenge the validity of her
America facility near the town of Truth conviction, it retains its immigration consequences,” the
or Consequences. ruling said.
Virgin Galactic CEO George Prado entered the U.S. from Mexico with her parents in
Whitesides said a small number of 1972, when she was 6 months old. She became a legal resi-
flight tests are pending. He declined to REUTERS dent in 1980.
set a specific deadline for the first com- Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson poses for a portrait in his suite at the An email message seeking comment from her attorney
mercial flight. Broadmoor Hotel during the Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colo. has not been returned.
An interior cabin for the company’s
space rocket is being tested, and pilots Richardson, a Democrat, pitched the profound change.
and engineers are among the employ- plan for the facility, with Virgin “Our future success as a species rests
ees relocating from California to New Galactic as the anchor tenant. on the planetary perspective, ”
Mexico. The move to New Mexico Virgin Galactic’s spaceship develop- Branson said. “The perspective that we
puts the company in the “home ment has taken far longer than expect- know comes sharply into focus when
stretch,” Whitesides said. ed and had a major setback when the that planet is viewed form the black
The manufacturing of the space vehi- company’s first experimental craft sky of space.”
cles by a sister enterprise, The broke apart during a 2014 test flight, Branson described a vision of hotels
Spaceship Company, will remain killing the co-pilot. in space and a network of spaceports
based in the community of Mojave, Bran s o n t h an k ed New Mex i co allowing supersonic, transcontinental
California. politicians and residents for their travel anywhere on earth within a few
Taxpayers invested over $200 mil- patience over the past decade. He hours. He indicated, however, that
lion in Spaceport America after said he believes space tourism — building financial viability comes
Branson and then-Gov. Bill once aloft — is likely to bring about first.
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House Democrat issues Around the nation

subpoenas for Trump tax returns lawsuit in federal court. He indicated earlier
WASHINGTON — A top House Democrat this week that he was leaning toward filing
on Friday issued subpoenas for six years of a court case immediately but changed course
President Donald Trump’s after meeting with lawyers for the House.
tax returns, giving Neal originally demanded access to
Treasury Secretary Steven Trump’s tax returns in early April. He main-
Mnuchin and IRS tains that the committee is looking into the
Commissioner Charles effectiveness of IRS mandatory audits of tax
Rettig a deadline of next returns of all sitting presidents, a way to
Friday to deliver them. justify his claim that the panel has a poten-
Ways and Means tial legislative purpose.
Committee Chairman
Richard Neal Richard Neal, D-Mass., Buttigieg sells out fundraiser
issued the subpoenas
days after Mnuchin refused to comply with
at iconic Hollywood gay bar
demands to turn over Trump’s returns. LOS ANGELES — Pete Buttigieg drew a
Mnuchin told the panel he wouldn’t provide sold-out crowd to a fundraiser at an iconic
Trump’s tax records because the panel’s West Hollywood gay bar,
request “lacks a legitimate legislative pur- providing an intimate
pose,” as Supreme Court precedent requires. moment with the first
Neal reminded the two Trump appointees Democratic White House
in a Friday letter that federal law states that contender who is a mem-
the IRS “shall furnish” the tax returns of any ber of the LGBT commu- REUTERS FILE PHOTO
individual upon the request of the chairmen nity. Robert Mueller testifies before a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Capitol Hill.
of Congress’ tax-writing committees and Attendees at The Abbey
that Ways and Means “has never been
denied” a request.
The White House and the Democratic-con-
trolled House are waging a multi-front battle
each paid about $25 to
Pete Buttigieg attend the South Bend,
Indiana, mayor’s “grass-
roots” event. Buttigieg was introduced by
his husband, Chasten.
Chairman says Mueller
over investigations into Trump and the
administration has been refusing to comply
across the board, refusing to comply with
subpoenas for the unredacted report by
It’s just one of a crush of fundraisers he
has in the coming days, with actress
Gwyneth Paltrow holding a high-dollar
fundraiser later Thursday.
won’t testify next week
By Mary Clare Jalonick committee’s subpoena for an unredacted ver-
Special Counsel Robert Mueller and docu- Buttigieg told the audience to ignore
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sion of the report.
ments related to the testimony by former skeptics who say change is impossible:
The next step for holding Barr in con-
White House Counsel Donald McGahn. “Tell them you saw ... a top tier presidential
The chairman of the House Judiciary tempt is a vote on the House floor. With
If Mnuchin and Rettig refuse to comply candidate on his way to the White House
Committee says special counsel Robert Democrats sending several subpoenas to the
with the subpoenas, Neal is likely to file a moments after his husband introduced him.”
Mueller won’t appear before his panel next Trump administration, including two on
week, despite the committee’s hope that Friday for President Donald Trump’s tax
Mueller would testify May 15. New York returns, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sug-
Obituary Rep. Jerrold Nadler said Friday that negotia- gested they could wait and combine several
tions continue with Mueller and the Justice contempt resolutions into one package.
Richard Sherwin Tubbs Department about the testimony. He would- Trump has said he will fight “all the subpoe-
n’t characterize those talks. Nadler said he nas.”
Richard “Dick” Sherwin Tubbs passed away on April 20, expects Mueller to appear, and if he won’t On Friday, Nadler sent a new letter to Barr
2019, in Burlingame, California surrounded by his wife and agree the committee will attempt to compel signaling that he was still willing to nego-
daughter after a brief hospitalization. He was 84 years old and him. tiate. “Notwithstanding the president’s
would have turned 85 on June 21st. “If necessary we’ll subpoena him and he’ll admitted intent to block all congressional
Dick grew up in the Belmont Shore neighborhood of Long come,” Nadler said. The negotiations over subpoenas, this committee remains pre-
Beach, California graduating from Wilson High School in 1952 Mueller’s appearance come as Democrats are pared to meet with the department to ascer-
and then Long Beach State College where he earned a BS in clashing with the Justice Department over tain if accommodation can be reached,”
biological sciences. In 1957 he was drafted by the U.S. Army access to Mueller’s full report on the Trump- Nadler wrote.
working in biological research at Letterman Army Hospital in San Francisco and Russia investigation. The Justice Department had no immediate
virus research for the Naval Biological Laboratories at UC Berkeley. That same year, The Judiciary panel on Wednesday voted response.
Dick married Joyce Schinnerer and they moved to the San Francisco Bay Area. to hold Attorney General William Barr in The Justice Department had no immediate
His 34-year career in education began in 1960 at Castro Valley High School where contempt of Congress after he defied the response.
he taught life science, biology and was president of the teachers union. During this
time he earned a MS in School Administration. In 1965 he became an assistant
principal at Castro Valley High School. The following year he was appointed
principal, a role he served for 7 years. From 1973-1978, Dick was principal at San
Mateo High School. Dick then worked as the superintendent for Santa Paula Union
High School District in Ventura County from 1978-1982. In 1982, he assumed the
role of Superintendent for the Cabrillo Unified School District in Half Moon Bay.
In 1988, Dick was appointed Superintendent of San Leandro Unified School District
where he worked until he retired in June 1994. Dick was deeply committed to public
education and always based his decisions on ”what was best for the students.” Even
in retirement, Dick remained a passionate educator consulting with school districts
and mentoring new administrators.
Dick lived a life he was proud of. He had the kind of personality and character that
earned him the respect, esteem, and affection of everyone he met. He valued integrity
and honesty and expected the same of others. He was charismatic and good-natured
with a wry and witty sense of humor. Always with a smile on his face, he loved
sharing a good story and was known as jokester to many. He touched the hearts and
lives of many people throughout his lifetime.
Dick and Joyce shared a love and friendship that is remembered by all. During their
61 years of marriage, Dick and Joyce loved to travel around the world. To enjoy their
years in retirement, Dick and Joyce moved to the Peninsula Regent in San Mateo in
Dick is preceded in death by his father Sherwin, mother Bernice and brother
Donald. He is survived by his wife Joyce, daughter Lisa MacLean of Castro Valley,
son Tyler Tubbs of Portland, Oregon, and granddaughters Jenevieve Garcia, Madison
Tubbs, Ashley Tubbs, and niece Donna Tubbs Pompei of Long Beach, California. A
private family service was held on May 6th at Skylawn Memorial Park in San Mateo.
A celebration of life will be held in June.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Weekend • May 11-12, 2019 7

Pentagon shifting $1.5B to border wall

By Robert Burns Later, a Pentagon spokesman, Tom
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Crosson, said the $1.5 billion would be used
to “undertake fence replacement” in and
WASHINGTON — The Pentagon is shift- around Tucson, Arizona, and El Centro,
ing $1.5 billion in funds originally targeted Texas.
for support of the Afghan security forces and In a written statement announcing the shift
other projects to help pay for construction of of the $1.5 billion, Shanahan that the
nearly 80 miles (130 kilometers) of wall at Pentagon is “fully engaged” in fixing the
the U.S.-Mexican border, officials said border crisis. He said the $1.5 billion he
Friday. authorized to be transferred toward wall con-
Congress was notified of the move Friday. struction was drawn from a variety of
It follows the Pentagon’s decision in March sources, “including cost savings, program-
to transfer $1 billion from Army personnel matic changes and revised requirements, and
budget accounts to support wall construc- therefore will have minimal impact on force
tion. Some lawmakers have been highly crit- readiness.”
ical of the Pentagon shifting money not Some in Congress, however, are opposed
originally authorized for border security. to the use of Pentagon funds to build the
The combined total of $2.5 billion is in wall.
response to President Donald Trump’s decla- “Once again, the president has shamefully
ration of a national emergency at the border, ignored his oath of office to preserve, pro-
where Customs and Border Protection per- tect and defend the Constitution of the United
sonnel are struggling to cope with increas- States and stolen $1.5 billion in Pentagon
ing numbers of Central American families funds to pay for his ineffective border wall,”
attempting to gain entry. Trump vetoed REUTERS said Rep. John Garamendi, a California
Congress’ attempt to reverse his emergency U.S. soldiers walk next to the border fence between Mexico and the United States as migrants Democrat who is chairman of the House
declaration. are seen walking behind the fence. Armed Services readiness subcommittee.
In all, the Pentagon is expected to shift “The Pentagon has now reprogrammed 12
Shanahan, who plans to visit the border on fer of money — into a counterdrug program times more money to the wall than for
about $6.1 billion to help build a border
Saturday, said in an exchange with reporters that will be used for the wall. repairs for Tyndall AFB, destroyed by
wall, including about $3.6 billion from mil-
Friday: “I won’t be reprogramming any more “We have very smart people here in the Hurricane Michael. We should put troops
itary construction projects, some of which
money for the border wall.” He appeared to department, and we found ways to do this first!” Sen. Richard Durbin wrote on Twitter.
will be delayed. The Pentagon has not yet
be referring to having reached the goal of without having any impact on readiness,” he He was referring to storm damage at the Air
announced which projects will be delayed in
channeling $2.5 billion — Friday’s said, speaking before a meeting with Latvian Force base in Florida where almost every
order to free up those funds.
announcement coupled with the March trans- Defense Minister Artis Pabriks. building was damaged.
Acting Defense Secretary Patrick

Risky politics? Trump wields his tariffs as a weapon at home

By Steve Peoples and Nick Riccardi defending his latest levy- the Administration of Sleepy Joe, who let where many blame trade deals, such as the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ing of higher tariffs on China get away with ‘murder!”’ Trump tweet- North American Free Trade Agreement, for
Chinese goods, which ed, using his dismissive nickname for the decline of America’s manufacturing sec-
NEW YORK — His trade war already raging had taken effect at mid- Biden. tor. At the same time, And Trump’s promi-
worldwide, President Donald Trump on night. A spokesman for Biden, who is in the nent poking will almost certainly exacer-
Friday brandished his aggressive actions as Hours later, U.S. and midst of his inaugural nationwide tour as a bate divisions among Democrats, who are in
a political weapon at home, too, casting Chinese negotiators formal 2020 presidential candidate, con- the early days of their own intra-party fight
himself as a fighter for American workers broke off talks they were demned Trump’s approach. to pick someone to take him on next year.
and scorning his chief Democratic rivals as holding under the
“We’re not going to get a good deal with In an interview, AFL-CIO President
weak. Donald Trump increasing pressure of
the new tariffs, mostly China if we let Trump keep negotiating by Richard Trumka said Democratic weakness
Trump’s actions have already caused eco- impulse, tweet, and campaign rally one-
nomic harm to some of the regions that ultimately paid by U.S. consumers and com- on trade was part of the reason Trump won in
panies, on $200 billion in Chinese goods liner,” said the spokesman, Andrew Bates. 2016 — because his Democratic opponent
backed him in 2016. Yet the Republican
president is showing little regard for the and Beijing’s promise to retaliate. Trump’s continued embrace of protection- wasn’t strong enough in condemning deals
political risks — or his party’s traditional The administration already had applied ist trade policies could energize his support- perceived by some as helping other coun-
embrace of free trade — as he stakes out his billions of dollars in trade taxes to goods ers from both parties across the Midwest, tries more than the U.S.
position on an issue that could define the from China, the world’s second largest econ-
2020 presidential contest as much as any omy. And the administration has also
other. imposed steel tariffs against allies including
Trump slapped at former Vice President Joe Canada, Mexico and the European Union and
Biden, a leading Democratic presidential threatened additional tariffs.
contender, in a social media post while “This is not the Obama Administration, or
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Experts see Russia fingerprints on North Korea’s missile

By Eric Talmadge safety of American allies and U.S. forces in
The missiles bear a strong resemblance to
the Russian-designed Iskander, a short-
TOKYO — The three new missiles North range, nuclear-capable ballistic missile that
Korean leader Kim Jong Un has tested over has been in the Russian arsenal for more
the past week are eerily familiar to military than a decade.
experts: They look just like a controversial “There are Russian technology finger-
and widely copied missile the Russian mili- prints all over it,” said Marcus Schiller, a
tary has deployed to Syria and has been leading expert on North Korean missiles
actively trying to sell abroad for years. who is based in Germany.
Ending a pause in ballistic missile He added that short of actually procuring
launches that began in late 2017, and the missiles from Russia, the North could
alarming North Korea’s neighbors, Kim have had key parts delivered from some-
personally supervised the launch of the where else, perhaps not directly from
first missile from the country’s east coast Russia, while making components such as
on Saturday and two more from the west on the outer shell, or airframe, domestically.
Thursday. All splashed down in the The Iskander, or something like it, would
Pacific. be of particular interest to North Korea.
The missiles were short-range and the It’s designed to fly at a flattened-out alti-
launches do not mean Kim has decided to tude of around 40 kilometers (25 miles) and
end his self-imposed moratorium on testing to make in-flight guidance adjustments.
long-range missiles that could reach the Both capabilities exploit weaknesses in the
United States mainland. They do indicate, U.S. and South Korean missile defenses that
REUTERS however, that Kim is methodically expand- are now in place, primarily Patriot missile
The North Korean military conducts a ‘strike drill’ for multiple launchers and tactical guided ing the battle readiness of his missile forces batteries and the THAAD anti-missile
weapon into the East Sea during a military drill in North Korea. and that could have a major impact on the defense system.

US moving Patriot missile battery to Mideast to counter Iran

By Lolita C. Baldor Revolutionary Guard. The official was not back to one of those countries. region has warned of potential threats to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS authorized to discuss the information pub- U.S. officials announced Sunday that they commercial maritime traffic.
licly and spoke on condition of anonymity. would rush an aircraft carrier strike group and John Bolton, the national security advis-
WASHINGTON — The U.S. will move a Officials had said earlier this week that bombers to the region. The aircraft carrier er, announced the initial moves on Sunday,
Patriot missile battery into the Middle East sending a Patriot battery to the area was USS Abraham Lincoln and accompanying citing “troubling and escalatory indications
to counter threats from Iran, the Pentagon under discussion and was part of the initial ships have passed through the Suez Canal and warnings” but did not explain what they
said Friday, reflecting ongoing concerns request made by the Pentagon’s U.S. Central and are now in the Red Sea. were.
that Tehran may be planning to attack Command. They said it took a few days to Officials had initially indicated that the On Friday, a defense official said the
America forces or interests in the region. get final approval for the Patriot, a long- military moves were based in part on indica- Iranian threats also include potential attacks
The Defense Department released a state- range, all-weather air defense system to tions that Iran had moved short-range ballis- by Iranian proxies, such as Shia militias in
ment about the move but provided no counter tactical ballistic missiles, cruise tic missiles onto small boats called dhows Iraq.
details. An official said the decision comes missiles and advanced aircraft. along its shore. Several officials said they have not yet
after intelligence showed that the Iranians The U.S. removed Patriot missile batteries Officials would not say if the intelligence seen any tangible move by Iran in reaction
have loaded military equipment and missiles from Bahrain, Kuwait and Jordan late last showed that the boats have mobile launchers to the U.S. military shifts in the area. But
onto small boats controlled by Iran’s year. It was not clear if the battery would go on them. But a notice to mariners in the they also noted there have been no attacks.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Weekend • May 11-12, 2019 9

Students need their phones at school Reimagining parks
By Shavonne Lin despite all it has
done to make our in our downtown
n recent decades, the use of tech- daily lives and

nology at school has become learning easier, hen you think about a park, what comes to
deeply embedded in our everyday also comes with its mind? Grass? Trees? Swing sets? Perhaps some
lives, and most recently, education. downsides. People picnic benches? Although creating such a park
At San Mateo High School, we have today can spend in Redwood City’s downtown sounds good at first, from
Chromebooks and computers in hours upon hours what I’ve recently learned about creating parks in similar
almost every classrooms. Teachers are on their smart- spaces, such a park probably isn’t a good idea. While a
able to post assignments online, phones. Teens are Outside of class, during lunch, I use it swath of green would provide a welcome break from down-
without having to print multiple often distracted by their phones dur- to review my online notes and Quizlet town’s sea of asphalt, concrete, brick and glass, it would be
copies of everything for their stu- ing class, checking their social media flashcards. I use it to complete and unlikely to draw in the numbers of people needed to make a
dents. Students can use their phones accounts and texting their friends turn in last-minute assignments and park successful.
and Chromebooks to look at answers, instead of paying attention. Phones study for a test next period. I know The Redwood City Parks and Arts Foundation has been
check grades, work on assignments can keep people absorbed in the many other students do the same hosting a fascinating three-part series of panel discussions
online world, and from interacting thing. Without my phone, it would be that explore the opportunities Redwood City has for a
and collaborate with others. The
with those around them. Sometimes more difficult for me to study and work downtown park. They’ve brought in creative professionals
internet is a rich source of knowledge
we should put away our phones to efficiently in such a short amount of experienced in designing innovative outdoor spaces to tell
for students, with information about
concentrate on other, more important time (30 minutes). For the busy stu- us how they successfully (and, in some cases, unsuccessful-
anything available right at your fin- dent in a fast-paced environment, not
things. ly) converted urban spaces into places for relaxation and
gertips. Technology in education is having a phone outside of class at
It could be a good idea to lock up play — and how Redwood City might do something simi-
truly an invaluable and irreplaceable school would be a obstacle to academ-
everyone’s phones during class. That lar.
tool. ic success.
way, in-class distractions will be min- Wednesday night was the sec-
Recently, there has been widespread imized, cheating (taking pictures of Also, phones are needed by students
talk at my school about the adminis- ond of the three panel discus-
test answers, texting friends test ques- to communicate with their parents. I sions, with the third scheduled
tration implementing Yondr pouches tions, etc. ) would be non-existent, use my phone to text my parents
in the next school year. Yondr is a for May 23. While each is osten-
and classrooms would be places where about pickup times, school events, sibly focused on one of the three
company that specializes in making students interact more with each other emergencies, etc. If Yondr is used for
pouches that help keep areas phone- city-owned sites that are candi-
face to face. But is it really necessary the entire school day, students would dates for conversion to a park,
free. You place your phone in the to spend tens of thousands of dollars have no way to efficiently communi- in reality most of the discus-
Yondr pouch and it automatically on these pouches (about $35 for each cate with their parents. We would have sions have been more general in
locks. Once you leave the phone-free student)? The same thing can be to go down to the office to call our nature. Rather than presenting
space, you tap the pouch against a achieved by shutting off every phone parents every time. In a school with concrete ideas for specific sites,
special unlocking point, which then and putting them in a bucket at the hundreds and hundreds of students, the speakers have instead
allows the phone to be taken out. start of class. that would not be feasible. sparked new thoughts about what
Yondr has been used in concerts to Having students’ phones locked Overall, technology in schools is a park can be. As for specific
Greg Wilson
create phone-free spaces, and now away for the entire school day would needed, whether in class ideas for our sites, those will come later, during the design
schools are starting to get in on it. If just be a huge inconvenience for us. I (Chromebooks) or outside of class. process.
implemented, San Mateo High School feel adults think teenagers are Not having phones in class could be The Redwood City Council is focusing on three sites:
will require students to keep their obsessed with their phones. If we had beneficial, but students still need their Library Lot A (the parking lot where Main Street meets
phones in the pouches for the entire a choice, we would just constantly be phones during lunch and passing peri- Middlefield Road); the Main Street/City Hall lot (the large
duration of the school day, during on our phones, texting, taking pic- ods. lot behind City Hall and the Jefferson Avenue Post Office);
class, passing periods and lunch. By tures and scrolling away through end- and both banks of Redwood Creek from Bradford Street to
doing this, the school hopes to create less Instagram pictures. While that Shav onne Lin is a junior at San Mateo Highway 101. While the council might well choose just
a phone-free school environment for may be true for some people, what I one of these sites, they would rather develop all three. As it
High School. Student News appears in
more enhanced, focused learning. think that adults don’t understand just turns out, these sites all are tied together by Redwood
Although I am against the idea of how much students need their phones the week end edition. You can email
Creek, which runs in a culvert beneath both parking lots
having to lock up my phone while at in their daily lives, especially at Student News at news@smdaily jour- before emerging at Bradford Street. Given the importance of
school, I do understand why the school. At school, I use my phone Redwood Creek in Redwood City’s history — arguably, the
school is considering using it. mainly for educational purposes. city’s very existence is due to this creek — a connected
series of parks that pay homage to this historic waterway
seems natural. And together these parks would be key to a

Letter to the editor mile-long path running from Redwood City’s main library
out to the Bay Trail, on the east side of Highway 101.
Although two of the sites today are parking lots, their
differing sizes and surroundings would likely be reflected in
We need education reform ly in our community. Young juveniles our young minds, we will find our- each park’s purpose and use. The library lot, for instance, is
enter the justice system because at selves importing knowledge from smaller and is exposed to busy streets on two sides. Thus, it
Editor, times they struggle with school and may be a good place for supervised activities that align
The article, “We should ... fund our outside countries. We will become a
lose interest. They do not set goals closely with the library. The Main Street/City Hall lot, on
schools in a better way” from the country of low-educated, minimum the other hand, is large and well protected from the sur-
for higher education as they are
May 9 edition of the San Mateo Daily “stuck” in the justice system. If these wage employees. Let’s stand up and rounding streets, enabling a variety of simultaneous activi-
Journal brings up a important issue juveniles do not end up in jail, they make a difference. It is very disturb- ties. While this site may not be entirely redeveloped —
that my community faces on a daily end up in low-paying jobs with mini- ing to see charter schools graduating some parking may be retained, and emergency vehicle
basis. mal education because they do not students and encouraging higher edu- access must remain for the buildings that wrap the site’s
Many children with parents work- have enough passion for school to perimeter — it is nevertheless large enough to support play
cation because they have small class- areas, food trucks, shade structures or whatever else the
ing two jobs to make ends meet do create goals for higher education.
not have the ability to hire private es and the ability to treat students as community deems appropriate.
This may only be a small percentage
tutors or have parents that can help of our students but that percentage is individuals, not as a whole group. From the presentations and the subsequent discussions,
them with school assignments. If still needed to create life-saving med- it’s clear that the community must have ample opportuni-
these students do not have the sup- ications, new technology and most ties to provide input on the design process. However, it
Noemi Oseguera isn’t enough to simply take surveys. People often don’t
port of smaller classes and resources, importantly, a healthy society.
they will fail. We see this continuous- If we do not invest in the future of Redwood City know what they truly want until they’ve experienced it.
Thus, expect inexpensive pilot projects, likely in the form
of “pop up” parks, on the sites in question. And don’t
OUR MISSION: expect the parks to have a singular focus. Instead, they’ll
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most likely be designed to address a wide variety of interests.
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for The panel discussions also taught that for an urban park
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula.
By combining local news and sports coverage, to be successful, the city cannot just build it and then sit
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, back. Ongoing efforts need to be made to keep the park
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief
Michael Davis Charles Gould lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to alive and vibrant. Much like the many popular activities
Paul Moisio Jeff Palter provide our readers with the highest quality that take place in Courthouse Square, events need to be
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Joe Rudino Joy Uganiza information resource in San Mateo County.
Todd Waibel Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we deliberately programmed, and need to change as necessary
Erik Oeverndiek, Copy Editor/Page Designer to keep things fresh and new. Not that our new parks should
choose to reflect the diverse character of this
Dave Newlands, Production Manager INTERNS, CORRESPONDENTS, CONTRACTORS: dynamic and ever-changing community. replicate what is going on in Courthouse Square, though.
Robert Armstrong Charlie Chapman
Will Nacouzi, Production Assistant Jim Clifford Matthew Dalton Instead they should provide additional, complementary
Kerry McArdle, Marketing & Events
Talia Fine Maria Garcia-Hernandez SMDAILYJOURNAL.COM activities better suited to the unique characteristics of each
Brooke Hanshaw Robert Hutchinson park site. And the city must be willing to experiment with
Austin Walsh, Senior Reporter Tom Jung Shavonne Lin Follow us on Twitter and Facebook:
Vishu Prathikanti Joe Roias
those activities, building on successes and rapidly winding
REPORTERS: Nick Rose Joel Snyder down failures.
Terry Bernal, Zachary Clark, Anna Schuessler Gary Whitman Assuming that the city can find the money, someday we
Susan E. Cohn, Senior Correspondent: Events Online edition at may just have a set of downtown parks that encourage more
people of all ages to come to, and linger in, downtown
Letters to the Editor • Emailed documents are preferred: Correction Policy Redwood City. They may not be what initially comes to
Should be no longer than 250 words. The Daily Journal corrects its errors.
Perspective Columns • Letter writers are limited to two submissions a If you question the accuracy of any article in the Daily
mind when one hears the word “park,” but based on the
Should be between 500-780 words. month. Journal, please contact the editor at vision being presented through the Downtown Parks
• Illegibly handwritten letters and anonymous letters Opinions expressed in letters, columns and Opportunities speaker series, these parks should be
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• Please include a city of residence and phone not necessarily represent the views of the Daily Journal Editorials represent the viewpoint of the Daily Journal vibrant, exciting places of which Redwood City can be
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10 Weekend • May 11-12, 2019 BUSINESS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Stocks rebound as hopes rise

that trade tensions will ease
By Damian J. Troise and Alex Veiga
High: 26,019.32
Wall Street capped a turbulent week with a Low: 25,469.86
late-day rally Friday after shaking off an Close: 25,942.37
early slump triggered by the latest escala-
Change: +114.01
tion in the trade war between the U.S. and
The market fell sharply in the early going
after the U.S. raised tariffs on $200 billion S&P 500: 2881.40 +10.68
worth of Chinese goods when negotiators NYSE Index: 12,788.12 +56.77
failed to reach a deal. Hours later, remarks Nasdaq: 7916.94 +6.35
from President Donald Trump and Treasury
Secretary Steven Mnuchin gave investors NYSE MKT: 2576.90 +26.63
reason for optimism. Russell 2000: 1572.99 +2.94
First, Mnuchin told CNBC that the trade Wilshire 5000: 29,801.60 +107.20
talks had been “constructive, ” which
spurred the market’s rebound. Then, in a
late-afternoon tweet, Trump suggested the 10-Yr Bond: 2.45 -0.00
tariffs could be removed and that the trade Oil (per barrel): 61.62 -0.08
talks “will continue.” Gold : 1,286.70 +1.50
The afternoon pickup led to a broad rever-
sal in the market, leaving only health care
stocks with a loss. Still, the buying did lit- 0.4%, to 2,881.40. The broad index, which stocks also closed higher after being down outcome had eased investors’ concerns this
tle to blunt the overall sharp decline for earlier had been down 1.6%, has given back much of the day. It picked up 2.94 points, or year, along with a more patient Federal
stocks this week. The benchmark S&P 500 much of the gains it made in April. It’s still 0. 2%, to 1, 572. 99. Major indexes in Reserve and solid economic data. It all added
index finished with its worst weekly loss of up 14.9% for the year. Europe closed mostly higher. up to help push stocks to their hottest start
the year, 2.2%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained Bond prices fell. The yield on the 10-year to a year in decades.
“Nobody wants to sell too aggressively 114.01 points, or 0.4%, to 25,942.37. It Treasury note rose to 2.47% from 2.45% The trade war has stressed consumers and
just in case things get settled and the market was down as much as 358 earlier. The Nasdaq late Thursday. companies with higher costs on goods. The
rallies,” said J.J. Kinahan, chief market added 6.35 points, or 0.1%, to 7,916.94. The higher tariffs from the U. S. and latest tariff increase raises tariffs from 10%
strategist for TD Ameritrade. “As long as The technology heavy index rebounded China’s response that it would take “neces- to 25% on $200 billion of Chinese
they’re still talking there’s a chance that after having been down as much as 1.9% sary countermeasures” rattled investors imports. Trump has signaled that he might
this gets done.” earlier. Friday who had been hoping for a quick res- expand penalties to all Chinese goods
The S&P 500 index rose 10.68 points, or The Russell 2000 index of small company olution to the dispute. Confidence in that shipped to the U.S.

Uber begins trading nearly 7% below its IPO price

By Cathy Bussewitz, York Stock Exchange about 2 1/2 hours months to come, ” Ortiz said. “It’s an its first day at $13.80.
Michael Liedtke and Tom Krisher after the markets opened Friday, with important thing to consider if you’re an But it’s relatively uncommon for U.S.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS investors already feeling jittery over an investor and you saw value in the company technology companies backed by venture
escalating trade dispute with China. and its disruptive potential, nothing has capital, like Uber. Over the past five years,
They recovered to just over $44 by mid- really changed in the past 48 hours.” just 10% of such companies finished their
NEW YORK — Uber began trading as a day as analysts still called the offering a The true story of Uber will come with first day of trading below their IPO price,
public company at $42 per share Friday, success despite the price drop. quarterly earnings reports and at the end of said Matt Kennedy, senior IPO market
nearly 7% below its initial public offering SharesPost principal analyst Alejandro the six-month lockup period in which orig- strategist at Renaissance Capital, a manag-
price on an already volatile day for the mar- Ortiz said the timing for Uber to start trad- inal IPO investors are prohibited from sell- er of IPO focused funds.
kets. ing was bad given the uncertainty over the ing their shares, Ortiz said. “We were not expecting much of a pop,
The ride-hailing giant priced shares in trade spat with China. But Uber’s story It’s not the first time a company’s stock given the size of the deal” for Uber,
the IPO Thursday at $45 each, raising $8.1 can’t be just one day of trading because of has started off trading below its IPO price, Kennedy said. “The last U.S. company of
billion and giving the company a valuation its potential to make billions in a growing not even this week. this size to IPO was Facebook, for exam-
of $82 billion. ride market, he said. On Thursday, Axcella Health began trad- ple, and you may remember how that traded
Shares began publicly trading on the New “It’s going to keep bouncing around for ing well below its $20 IPO price and ended initially.”

Tesla CEO Elon Musk faces Business briefs

trial for ’pedo’ insult of diver
LOS ANGELES — Tesla CEO Elon Musk
Rose beer and merchandise and bandannas
the group says are associated with singer


will have to go to trial to defend himself
for mocking a British diver as a pedophile
in a verbal sparring match that unfolded
Axl Rose.
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to trademark Guns ‘N’ Rose last year and
last summer after the underwater rescue of abandoned the effort after the band object-
youth soccer players trapped in a Thailand ed.
A federal court judge in Los Angeles set
The lawsuit says the brewery is still sell-
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over its ‘Guns ‘N’ Rose’ beer business pages for the likes of ISIS and Al or call 650-344-5200. LOS ANGELES — The rock band Guns N’ Qaida. The company says it is working on
Roses is accusing a Colorado brewery of solutions and the problems are getting bet-
piggybacking off their fame to sell beer

ter. That is true, but critics say better is not

and merchandise.
The band filed a trademark infringement
good enough when mass shootings are
being live-streamed and online mobs are
lawsuit Thursday against Colorado-based spreading rumors that lead to deadly vio-
Oskar Blues Brewery, which sells Guns ‘N’ lence.
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WHO warns Ebola could spread

elsewhere if attacks don’t stop
By Krista Larson

DAKAR, Senegal — The World

Health Organization warned Friday
that it may not be possible to contain
Ebola to the two affected provinces in
eastern Congo if violent attacks on
health teams continue.
The ominous statement comes amid
escalating violence nine months after
the outbreak began, crippling efforts
to identify suspected cases in the com-
munity and vaccinate those most at
risk. Earlier this week, Mai-Mai mili-
tia fighters attacked the town of
Butembo at the epicenter of the crisis.
The update also noted that a burial
team had been “violently attacked”
after they interred an Ebola victim in
the town of Katwa. The corpses of vic-
tims are highly contagious, requiring REUTERS
special precautions to ensure the dis- Health workers dressed in protective suits carry a Congolese woman confirmed to
REUTERS ease is not transmitted at funerals. have Ebola as she is admitted to the Ebola treatment centre in Butembo, in the
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, who many Nearly five days of Ebola response Democratic Republic of Congo.
nations have recognised as the country's rightful interim ruler, activities were halted in Butembo and The outbreak, which has killed treatment at Ebola health centers, giv-
speaks during a news conference. surrounding areas recently because of 1,074 people, marks the first time that ing the virus an opportunity to spread
the insecurity, WHO said. Ebola has struck inside a conflict to those in physical contact with vic-

Guaido promises to “The ongoing violent attacks sow

fear, perpetuate mistrust, and further
compound the multitude of challenges
zone. Eastern Congo has suffered
decades of violence perpetrated by war-
ring rebel groups and militias awash in
Amid the rising number of cases,
WHO said Friday that an advisory

persevere despite already faced by frontline health care

workers,” it said. “Without commit-
ment from all groups to cease these
attacks, it is unlikely that this (Ebola)
The affected area, though, is also
close to Congo’s borders with Uganda
and Rwanda, and health officials in
group was now recommending that
those at high risk of contracting Ebola
be given a vaccine dose of 0.5mL of
vaccine instead of 1mL. The group is

growing crackdown outbreak can remain successfully con-

tained in North Kivu and Ituri
David Miliband, president of
both countries have been preparing in
case someone sick with Ebola should
bring the disease across international
proposing that the vaccine be given
more widely, including to those living
in communities where there have been
By Joshua Goodman borders. recent Ebola cases.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International Rescue Committee, has WHO and others have previously In addition to the risks posed by
met with health workers in the region- said that the risk of that happening militias there also has been widespread
CARACAS, Venezuela — Venezuelan opposition leader al capital of Goma this week. Some was low. The difficulties in accessing community mistrust in eastern Congo,
Juan Guaido is looking to jump-start his movement to oust fear it could take another year to get some of the hardest hit areas in Congo, a byproduct of years of conflict and
Nicolas Maduro in the wake of last week’s failed military the disease under control, he said. though, means that health workers are grievances with the government.
uprising, promising to persevere in the face of a deepening “There is a real concern to make sure struggling to isolate the sick, and WHO said it was aiming to have the
crackdown. it doesn’t spread to Goma,” he said. track down and isolate their caregivers of majority vaccine teams comprised
In an interview Friday with the Associated Press, Guaido “And so this is, I think, a more danger- and family members. of local health workers by the end of
reiterated his willingness to consider inviting foreign ous situation than is widely recognized About half of those dying remained the month in an effort to reduce ten-
troops to force Maduro from power, echoing the line from outside the country.” in their homes instead of seeking sions.
Washington that “all options” are on the table for dealing

with Venezuela’s rapidly-escalating crisis.
He blamed the socialist leader for blocking all attempts
to negotiate a solution and noted: “The biggest obstacle to
that is Maduro.”
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Ex-Fugees rapper charged in campaign finance conspiracy case

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tial candidate, who is nection with that alleged fraud but remains “Mr. Michel is extremely disappointed
identified in the indict- at large. that so many years after the fact the gov-
WASHINGTON — One of the founding ment only as Candidate Prosecutors allege that from June to ernment would bring charges related to
members of the 1990s hip-hop group the A. November 2012, Low directed more than 2012 campaign contributions, ” said
Fugees has been charged in a campaign Low has gained atten- $21.6 million to be moved from foreign defense lawyer Barry Pollack. “Mr. Michel
finance conspiracy that took place during tion in the last several entities to Michel’s accounts in order to is innocent of these charges and looks for-
the 2012 presidential election, the Justice years after U.S. officials funnel money into the 2012 presidential ward to having the case heard by a jury.”
Department said Friday. accused him of master- election. They say Michel then paid about Representatives for Low said in a state-
A four-count indictment accuses Prakazrel minding a money laun- 20 straw donors and conduits so they could ment that he is innocent and the allega-
“Pras” Michel of conspiring with fugitive Prakazrel dering and bribery make the donations in their names and con- tions against him “have no basis in fact.”
Malaysian financer Low Taek Jho, usually scheme that pilfered bil- ceal where the money actually came from, “Mr. Low has never made any campaign
“Pras” Michel
known as Jho Low, to make and conceal lions from the according to the indictment. contributions directly or indirectly in the
foreign campaign contributions. He is Malaysian state investment fund known as More than $1 million was also sent to an U. S. and he unequivocally denies any
alleged to have used straw donors to give 1MDB. He’s been charged separately by independent expenditure committee, prose- involvement in or knowledge of the alleged
campaign contributions to a U.S. presiden- both U.S. and Malaysian officials in con- cutors said. activities,” the statement said.

with the San Mateo County Parks as Mavericks Beach as a refuge. Slomka said a recent San Mateo County

Continued from page 1
Department, the nonprofit is hosting a cel-
ebration of those efforts Saturday at the
place that has drawn so many to the ocean.
In the land’s first year as a refuge, some
800 citations were issued to visitors
attempting to take wildlife from the reserve,
study pegging the refuge as a high-risk area
in the face of sea level rise has further moti-
vated those invested in the refuge to intro-
“There’s a lot of people who are going at noted Slomka. He said in the years since the duce new visitors to its biodiversity.
this from different angles and different per- land became a refuge in 1969, other efforts Though specific projections of climate
Fitzgerald Marine Reserve currently feature to preserve coastal biodiversity became law change’s effect on the refuge remain to be
some 430 species and drawn some 2,500 spectives,” said Slomka. “It really does
require a village.” through the 1990 Marine Resources seen, Slomka expected sea level rise to
children its tidepools last year, said Steve Protection Act and 1999 Marine Life affect the types of species that call it home.
Slomka, president of the Friends of the Slomka said the land’s human history is Protection Act. In 1985, Breen founded the The Half Moon Bay resident said he’s spo-
Fitzgerald Marine Reserve. believed to be hundreds of years old, dating Friends of the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve to ken with many living just a few miles away
As one of the 200 volunteer docents back to when the Ohlone people lived in the spread the word about its history and the from the reserve who haven’t made it there
trained to lead groups through the reserve, region. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, wide array of marine species that call the yet, and hoped Saturday’s event and another
Slomka has been sharing the reserve’s rich commercial and residential development reserve home, he said. event slated for the fall and set to recognize
human and geological history with visitors took shape along the coast, in part due to A destination for field trips for everyone the Ohlone’s contributions to the land will
for years. As the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve the construction of a railroad bringing peo- from elementary school students to college shed even more light on what many consid-
celebrates its 50th year as a marine life ple to destinations south of San Francisco, students studying marine biology, the er to be a very special place.
refuge, Slomka and the many volunteers he explained. reserve has an active tour schedule, said
dedicated to sharing the reserve’s unique dis- Slomka said establishments like “We really want to love it while we’ve got
Slomka. He added that the tours are timed
play of sea creatures and coastline are aim- Weinke’s Moss Beach Hotel and Nye’s it and we want to introduce new people to
around low tide, which gives visitors a
ing to recognize the many individuals and Reef Restaurant brought many to the land chance to observe sea anemones, hermit it,” he said.
agencies that have worked to protect it over that is now the reserve, noting the prac- crabs and, on rare occasions, octopus, The Fitzgerald Marine Reserve’s 50th
the years. tice of harvesting abalone and cooking among other creatures. For Slomka and Anniversary “Gathering of the Stewards”
The late naturalist Bob Breen, former San them at a restaurant for dinner wasn’t many other volunteers at the reserve, seeing event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Mateo County Supervisor James Fitzgerald uncommon. It wasn’t until the late 1960s visitors get excited about learning about Saturday at Moss Beach’s Fitzgerald Marine
and several public agencies and community that efforts to restrict removal of marine what the reserve has to offer is one of his Reserve, 200 Nevada Ave. Visitors can park
organizations ranging from the California life from the land gained traction, said favorite parts about spending time there. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Department of Fish and Wildlife to the San Slomka, who added that Breen, the refuge’s “To me, that’s the most satisfying thing,” Saints, 475 California Ave., and shuttles
Mateo County Parks Foundation have all first park ranger, was among those dedi- he said. “It’s really wonderful when the kids’ will be available to and from the parking
had a hand in preserving the refuge and mak- cated to preserving the land extending eyes light up, they see this stuff and they lot. Visit to reg-
ing it accessible to the public. And together from Montara Point to what is now known really relate to it.” ister for the event and for more information.


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Curry’s second-half explosion

sends Warriors past Rockets
and into the conference finals
By Kristie Rieken
Warriors 118, Rockets 113
to help the two-time defending 27.
HOUSTON (AP) — Stephen champion Golden State reach the Harden’s layup got the Rockets
Curry scored all 33 of his points in conference finals for the fifth within three with less than a
the second half and the Golden straight year and eliminate minute to go, but Thompson made
State Warriors overcame Kevin Houston for the fourth time in five a 3-pointer with 36. 1 seconds
Durant’s absence to finish off seasons. The Warriors did it with remaining to extend Golden
Houston in six games, beating the Durant sidelined by a calf injury State’s lead to 110-104.
Rockets 118-113 on Friday night sustained in the second half of Gerald Green then missed a 3 for
THOMAS B. SHEA/USA TODAY SPORT to advance to the Western their Game 5 victory. Houston and the Rockets were
Steph Curry dribbles around Houston’s Chris Paul. Curry, who went Conference finals. James Harden led Houston with
scoreless in the first half, erupted for 33 points in the second half. Klay Thompson added 27 points 35 points, and Chris Paul added See WARRIORS, Page 16

Daly turns PGA

Scots rally for Bay title Championship
Carlmont wins sixth straight, clinches sixth division crown in seven years
By Nathan Mollat
into sideshow
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF ext week, there will be a legitimate
major championship at Bethpage
The Carlmont baseball team has
We’ll also get a ridiculous sideshow, at
battled through adversity all year.
least for the first couple of days.
Three weeks ago, following an
John Daly will rip it up in the PGA
eight-inning, 6-4 loss to
Championship — while gripping the wheel
Burlingame, the Scots were three
of a golf cart.
games back of first place.
Yep, the guardians of the game are accom-
But the Scots stayed in it. They modating a 53-year-old
beat Burlingame in the second who spent a good part
game of the series, which ignited a of his life not taking
four-game winning streak and good care of himself
pulled them into a three-way tie and has zero chance of
with the Panthers and Menlo winning.
School going into the final week “I think walking is
of the season. an integral part of
Carlmont extended the streak to being a pro golfer,”
five games following Tuesday’s six-time major champi-
win over Terra Nova and Thursday, on Nick Faldo said dur-
the Scots traveled to Pacifica with ing a conference call to
a chance to claim at least a share of
the Peninsula Athletic League Bay
PAUL promote CBS’s cover-
age of the event. “I’ll
Division title. NEWBERRY leave it at that.”
But the Scots arrived late to the Sir Nick is right.
game because the bus that was sup- If an arthritic knee won’t allow Daly to
posed to take the team over the hill walk such a demanding course — and we’re in
never arrived. The Carlmont no way questioning his condition — then he
administration wrestled up some shouldn’t play.
vans and got the team to the coast Making matters worse, this dubious deci-
with about 40 minutes before game sion denies a deserving player the chance to
time. take part. The alternate list for the second
“We’re being tested before the major of the year is filled with regulars on
game even starts,” said Carlmont PGA Tour, any of whom could possibly win
manager Rich Vallero. the event if they’re on top of their game.
When they did take the field, it As of Friday, Richy Werenski was the first
was Aiden Woodring who took the guy in should someone in the 156-player
mound. The junior lefty hadn’t field withdraw. Sure, one must dig deep down
seen much action this season. He into the world rankings to find his name at
started the season opener and he No. 201, but let’s not forget Max Homa was
and the Scots got shelled by 417th on that same list when he won at Quail
Mission San Jose-Fremont, 10-0. Hollow last week. Or, for that matter, that a
He went on to work mostly out of
Carlmont’s Aiden Woodring took a no-hitter into the sixth inning, but settled on a one-hitter in a 7-2
See SCOTS, Page 16 win over Terra Nova Friday in Pacifica. See NEWBERRY, Page 15

Goalies helped spark turnarounds for Blues, Sharks

By Josh Dubow Martin Jones in net mid- “When we put him in Binnington was called up from the minors
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS way through the first Philly as the starter, we in December and then had a shutout in his first
round. Jones found his haven’t looked back,” start against the Flyers on Jan. 7, becoming a
game and has helped carry Blues general manager big reason why the team in last place in the
SAN JOSE — St. Louis’ season started to the Sharks into the final Doug Armstrong said NHL on Jan. 2 is still alive.
turn around as soon as goalie Jordan four. Friday on the eve of Game He helped anchor an 11-game winning
Binnington came up from the minors to help The decision to change 1. “It would be disingenu- streak that got the Blues back into contention
lead the Blues from the bottom of the stand- goalies in St. Louis and ous to say that this was and became a finalist for the Calder Trophy as
ings. stick with one in San Jose anywhere part of the plan. the league’s top rookie at age 25. He’s been
The key moment for their opponent in the Jordan now has these two star- Martin Jones This is the Jordan steady in the playoffs with a .915 save per-
Western Conference final came much later in Binnington crossed franchises eight Binnington story in the centage and 2.39 goals against average.
the year when San Jose coach Peter DeBoer wins away from a first sense that he’s made the best of the opportu-
made the decision to stick with struggling Stanley Cup title. nity.” See SHARKS, Page 15
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FRIDAY put with a distance of 39-10.

Burlingame 2, Menlo 1
Local sports roundup
struck the next batter out looking
and then followed that by forcing a
flyout to put an end to Menlo’s
Teme Fanguna was fourth in the
women’s shot put, with a mark of
39-9 1/4.
On the men’s side, Elijah Folau,
A’s walk it off again
A crucial late-inning error rally and the game. the Coast Conference champion,
A’s 4, Cleveland 3
proved to be the difference and took second at Nor Cal with a 48- OAKLAND — Matt Chapman plays at the plate.
with the regular season coming to Capuchino 6, King’s Academy 5 6, nearly three feet behind the win- homered against Brad Hand leading
an end, both teams finish in a tie The Mustangs scored two runs in ner, Brenden Coffey of Butte, who Oakland’s Marcus Semien doubled
off the 12th inning to lift the
for second place in the PAL Bay the bottom of the seventh inning is the state leader in the event. off the wall in left-center leading off
Oakland Athletics over the
division. to beat the Knights and clinch the Quincy Daniel took third in the the first. He moved to third on a
Cleveland Indians 4-3 Friday night.
Both teams qualify for the fifth and final automatic spot out javelin with a mark of 152-11 to fielder’s choice and scored on a wild
Chapman hit a 3-2 pitch down the
Central Coast Section playoffs, as of the PAL’s Bay Division. also qualify for state. pitch, sliding into home plate
left field line for his first career
the top five teams out of the Bay Capuchino (7-7 PAL Bay, x-x Jafar Bucknal also qualified for before catcher Kevin Plawecki could
game-ending hit. The homer was his
get in. overall) trailed 5-0 going into the state in the 400 hurdles. He ran a get back.
10th this season and the first
The game was tied 1-1 in the bottom of the sixth when it scored personal record 54. 89 to take Plawecki doubled and scored on
allowed by Hand, who entered with a
bottom of the sixth inning when four times. The Mustangs then fourth. Lindor’s flyout in the seventh.
1.08 ERA.
pinch runner Gino Lopiccolo stole won the game in walk-off fashion. Plawecki slid headfirst into home
The A’s doused Chapman with
third, forced a wild throw and then Devin Meyer and Jason College softball water as he touched home plate. plate, just ahead of a strong throw
hustled home for what ended up Arsenault each drove in a pair of San Mateo 1, Sequoias 0 by Grossman.
being the game-winning run. Ramon Laureano also homered
runs for Capuchino, while The Bulldogs extended their and Robbie Grossman had three hits A’s starter Frankie Montas
Both teams only managed five Kenneth Osterlund and Cruise matched his career-high with seven
winning streak to 33 games — for Oakland. Joakim Soria (1-2)
hits each as they got solid pitch- Thompson had an RBI each. strikeouts over six innings. Montas
barely —  as they held off the retired six batters to win.
ing performances out of their Arsenault, Osterlund, Thompson allowed two runs, eight hits and one
Giants in the first game of their The A’s have won two extra-
starters. Burlingame (9-5 PAL Bay, all had two hits for the Mustangs walk.
super regional meeting. inning games this week after losing
13-9 overall) sophomore Jacob as well. The best-of-three series contin- their first three of the season. Jose Ramirez had an infield single
Cilia surrendered two hits in five Ryan Lapuyade earned the win in ues today at noon at CSM. An if- Neither team managed much and a walk for Cleveland. The
innings of work while his Menlo relief of Frank Pellegrini, who necessary game would follow offense after Francisco Lindor’s Indians third baseman has reached
counterpart, senior Justin Nam, worked into the sixth inning. immediately after. The winner of tying sacrifice fly in the seventh. base in 19 consecutive games, the
threw 5 2/3 innings, striking out
the series goes to the state tourna- Ryan Buchter, Blake Treinen and longest active streak in the AL and
five and giving up five hits and
five walks in the loss.
Hillsdale 7, Sacred Heart Prep 2 ment. Soria combined to retire the final 15 second in the majors to Kris Bryant
The Knights dealt the Gators a Sophomore pitcher Emily Cleveland batters. of the Cubs who has a 20-game
Both pitchers did an excellent
serious blow to their playoff McAdams was masterful for CSM Both teams scored earlier on close streak.
job of keeping batters guessing
hopes by beating them in the reg- (40-2), throwing a complete-game
with their off-speed pitches, but it
ular-season finale. five hitter to improve to state-
was Burlingame sophomore Max
Alvira who ended up getting the
win .
Menlo (9-5, 16-9) had plenty of
A SHP (6-8 PAL Bay, 11-14-1
overall) win would have tied the
Gators with Capuchino for the
leading 29-1. She finished with 10
Ally Sarabia supplied the
Giants shut out by Reds
fifth place and would have gotten offense for the Bulldogs, deliver- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
opportunities to score multiple
runs, but they left 10 runners on the final CCS berth by virtue of ing an RBI single to drive in Reds 7, Giants 0
base and stranded the bases loaded the season sweep of the Mustangs. McAdams with the game’s only SAN FRANCISCO — Luis
Hillsdale (4-10, 12-13) took run in the bottom of the fifth. popped out of his glove on impact.
twice. Castillo struck out a season-high 11 Senzel wound up with a triple and
The game was scoreless until the control of the game with four runs in six innings, Nick Senzel hit a
in the top of the first. Sam College baseball later scored on a double by Eugenio
Panthers hit three straight singles two-run triple and the Cincinnati Suarez.
to get the first run on the board. Freeman led the Hillsdale offense Sacramento City 9, San Mateo 5 Reds defeated the San Francisco
with a pair of RBIs. Antonio Puig’s single came in a three-run
Senior Chase Funkhouser drove in The Panthers stayed alive and Giants 7-0 on Friday night. ninth.
the run with a line drive down the Paolinelli, LP Lyssenko and Reese forced a winner-take-all finale Yasiel Puig added a two-run single
Barrelier all drove in a run as well Rodriguez lost his third straight
third-base line. Saturday by beating the Bulldogs and Senzel got two hits. start. Stephen Vogt had three hits
After a two-out walk in the fifth, for the Knights. in Game 2 of their best-of-three Castillo (4-1) allowed two hits
Braden Fitzgerald, a freshman, and walk in his sixth game with the
Menlo sophomore JC Ng smashed series. and walked five. Last Sunday, facing Giants and is batting .467 (7 for 15)
a pitch into the left-center gap for drove in both runs for SHP. CSM (31-13) took a 1-0 lead in the Giants in Cincinnati, the hard- with his new team.
an RBI double that tied the game at the bottom of the first and tied the throwing 26-year-old took a no-hit-
College track and field game at 2 with a run in the bottom ter into the sixth inning and was sit- TEAM TEAL
In the top of the sixth, Menlo CSM sends contingent of the fourth. Sac City (31-12) ting on four-run lead, then gave up
The Stanley Cup made an appear-
had a chance to take the lead. The to the state meet took the lead for good with a four- four runs in a game San Francisco
ance at Oracle Park, part of a Bay
count was full with bases loaded Bulldogs sprinter Sophie Liao run fourth and added three more in won 6-5.
Area promotional tour in support of
and two outs, but Alvira main- won both the 100- and 200-meter the seventh as the Panthers Castillo combined with Zach the San Jose Sharks, who advanced
tained his composure and got the Northern California titles during banged out 15 hits. Duke, Michael Lorenzen and Wandy to the Western Conference finals.
clutch strikeout to keep the game the Nor Cal meet in Modesto. Cole Sperling went 1 for 3 with Peralta on a four-hitter. NHL “keeper of the Cup” Phil
tied. Burlingame then took the She will be joined by a host of a pair of walks and two RBIs to The Reds led 1-0 in the second Pritchard flew the trophy to San
lead in the bottom half of the throwers, led by Taina Livai, who lead the CSM offense. Danny when they put two on with two outs Francisco from the NHL Hall of
inning. won the Nor Cal javelin title with Carnazzo and Cole Gabrielson for Senzel. He hit a deep drive off Fame in Toronto on Thursday night.
The Knights would not go down a state-leading distance of 129-6, both drove in a run as well. Dereck Rodriguez (3-5) and center The Cup was displayed in the Giants
quietly in the final inning. A walk more than dozen feet further than Carnazzo was the only Bulldog fielder Steven Duggar crashed into dugout during pregame and on the
and a single put runners on first the runner-up. with multiple hits, finishing with the wall trying to make what would concourse.
and third with only one out. Alvira Livai also took third in the shot two. have been a great catch, but the ball

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seeking an accommodation, his was a just
Continued from page 13
cause. There was nothing he could do about his
condition and, frankly, deserved to be applaud-
ed for overcoming such steep odds to play golf
at the highest levels. Besides, it was such a rare
case, one unlikely to ever come up again.
ninth alternate named John Daly won the Daly, on the other hand, may have estab-
PGA Championship at Crooked Stick back in lished a troubling precedent.
1991. An arthritic knee is an ailment that countless
Since then, Daly’s life has largely been a people must deal with when they reach their
well-publicized train wreck, other than that one 50s. It’s simply a part of getting old. The fact
week in 1995 when he somehow harnessed his that Daly has been overweight for much of his
enormous talent to win a second major champi- career, so much so that he underwent lap-band
onship at the British Open. surgery in 2009, has likely contributed to his
Now, he’s just a soft drinking-swilling, ciga- knee issues.
rette-smoking caricature of wasted potential.
We’re not here to body shame Daly he could
He has no business scooting around at the PGA
very well be dealing with some genetic issues,
Championship, portraying himself as a wor-
but there’s ample evidence his lifestyle played
thy player.
a major role in his physical deterioration.
“I hope I don’t get a lot of grief from the
Daly has found his calling on the PGA Tour
fans,” Daly told The Associated Press. “My
Champions, a 50-and-older circuit that allows
knee is screwed. I had the meniscus cut out. I
the use of carts. Last year, he asked for a cart at
have osteoarthritis so bad ... I can walk up a
the U.S. Senior Open in Colorado but was
hill, I just can’t walk down one.”
turned down by the USGA, which said the
The PGA of America said Daly applied to use
information he submitted did not support a
STAN SZETO/USA TODAY SPORTS a cart through its American with Disabilities
waiver to ride. Daly vowed to never play
San Jose’s Joe Pavelski made his return to the lineup in Game 7 against Colorado. Pavelski Act policy and provided “the requisite informa-
another USGA event, which is no loss at all for
missed the first six games as he recovered from a head injury suffered against Vegas. tion to allow for a review of his request by the
that organization.
PGA’s medical team.”
That request was approved, which means But Daly will be cruising around the PGA
patient and wait for the game a little bit

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Here are some things to watch in the series:
Daly will be the first player to ride in a cart at a
major championship since Casey Martin in
the U.S. Open at Olympic Club in 1998 and
Championship, which is even more galling
when one considers that Bethpage Black does-
n’t even allow the general public to use carts.
On its web site, the state-owned facility is
CHECKERED HISTORY “I’m happy for him because I know John a
described as “a difficult and challenging course
that should be played only by low-handicap
“There were some years there where I wasn’t Both franchises have had their share of little bit and I know for certain that he’s not
golfers. The course is for walkers only.”
sure,” Binnington said when asked if he ever playoff disappointments. The Blues reached trying to get an advantage,” Martin, who is
doubted he’d become an NHL goalie. “It took a now the men’s coach at the University of If Daly wants to be on Long Island next
the Cup final their first three years as the top week, he should do what he does during
lot of maturing and experience. I was in the team in the all-expansion Western Conference Oregon, said in an interview with
right place.” “He just wants to play in a tournament he has a Masters week: Set up his RV in the parking lot
but were swept all three times. They haven’t of the nearest Hooters — there’s actually one
Jones came into the season with much pedi- been back to the Cup final despite making the rich history in. He just wants to be part of the
action. I’m grateful that he’s going to get that around the corner from Bethpage Black — to
gree, having led the Sharks to the Stanley Cup postseason 39 times since. sign autographs and sell merchandise for a
Final just three years ago. But he was one of chance.”
They lost in the conference final in 1986 to But Martin’s was a much different case. He still-adoring fan base that views him as some
the worst goalies in the league this season sort of everyman hero.
Calgary, in 2001 to Colorado and three years suffers from a birth defect in his right leg that
with an .896 save percentage and then was
ago to the Sharks as they’ve too often had restricts circulation, making it virtually Let’s leave the golf to the real players.
pulled twice in the first four games of the
quality teams that just weren’t good enough. impossible for him to walk 18 holes a day
opening round against Vegas.
But he rebounded from there with a .928 The Sharks have also been one of the most over four rounds. He successfully sued the PGA
consistent teams in the league without win- Tour for the right to use a cart in a case that Paul Newberry is a sports columnist for The
save percentage in the last 10 games, includ- Associated Press. Write to him at
ing a franchise-record 58 in a double-overtime ning the ultimate prize. They lost in the con- went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. pnewberry(at) or at
win at Vegas that helped spark a comeback ference finals in 2004, 2010 and 2011 before While many golf purists criticized Martin for berry1963
from 3-1 down in the series. finally breaking through with the win against
the Blues. But they fell to Pittsburgh in six
“There was never a doubt in anybody’s mind
games in the Cup final and are running out of
that he’d go out and play well,” teammate
time to deliver a title for 39-year-old star Joe
Logan Couture said.
DeBoer said all Jones needed was a few
small adjustments as he had overcompensated
from being too passive late in the season to CAPTAIN COMEBACK
being overly aggressive in the first four Pavelski has also provided inspiration this
games against the Golden Knights. postseason. He was knocked out with a
Having found the happy medium and get- bloody concussion in Game 7 against Vegas,
ting better support from his teammates, who leading to a major penalty and four power-
have limited odd-man rushes, Jones is playing play goals that erased a 3-0 deficit in the third
at a high level once again. period. Pavelski then made it back on the ice
“It’s tough as a goalie, you want to go out for Game 7 last round against Colorado where
and make a difference and make a big save,” he he had a goal and an assist in the first period to
said. “You just have to be a little bit more spark the win.
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for the next 2 1/2 minutes. Houston missed

Continued from page 13
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five shots in that stretch and the Warriors
missed four before Kevon Looney made a
layup to put Golden State on top 99-97 with
just under four minutes left.
the bullpen until getting his second start forced to foul Curry. He made both shots A 3-pointer by Curry gave the Warriors a
and winning a 15-5 decision over Sacred before Harden’s 3 got Houston within five at five-point lead before Harden ended a scor-
Heart Prep last week. 112-107 with 24 seconds left. ing drought by the Rockets of almost four
But when Woodring walked off the mound Playing with a dislocated finger on his minutes with a 3-pointer to cut the lead to
after six innings, he did so having surren- left hand, Curry made two more free throws 102-100 with about 2 1/2 remaining.
dered one hit. David Bedrosian came in to before P.J. Tucker hit a 3 for Houston. But
Harden was called for a charge after that
pitch an eventful seventh to give the Scots two more free throws by Curry made it 116-
before Curry scored all of Golden State’s
a 7-2 victory. 110 with 12.3 seconds left and Harden drib-
points in a 5-2 run that made it 107-102
That, coupled with Burlingame’s 2-1 win bled it off his foot for the last of his six
with 90 seconds left.
over Menlo, gave Carlmont (10-4 PAL Bay, turnovers.
16-10 overall) the Bay Division champi- The Rockets failed to score for a big
onship, the program’s sixth in seven years. chunk of the fourth quarter and had to watch TIP-INS
“I’ve watched [Woodring] evolve, ” the Warriors celebrate a series victory on
Vallero said. “We had a heart-to-heart (earli- their home court for the second straight sea- Warri o rs : Durant didn’t make the trip to
er in the season) and got on the same page. son after they won the conference finals in Houston, remaining in the Bay Area to
… And he’s taken off since.” Houston last year. Harden was 11 of 25 from receive treatment for his injury. The
Woodring’s opening batter did not por- the field, going 6 of 15 from 3-point range, Warriors said he’ll be re-evaluated next
tend the type of game he was going to have NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
and went 7 of 12 on free throws. week. ... The Warriors started Andrew Bogut
as he served up a four-pitch walk to Terra Terra Nova’s Spencer Karalius breaks up a Curry struggled early, failing to score in for Durant and he had three rebounds and
Nova (3-11, 7-17) leadoff hitter Joey no-hit bid with this single in the sixth inning. the first half for the first time in 102 career zero points. ... C Damian Jones, who is out
Gentile. Spencer Karalius followed and playoff games, and had just 10 points with a torn pectoral muscle, has been
reached on a fielder’s choice, with Gentile With one out and Bedrosian on first via a through three. But he got going in the cleared for contact drills and could be avail-
being forced out at second, but Woodring fielder’s choice, Tyler DeSmidt came up and fourth, scoring 23 points. able later in the playoffs if the Warriors
got a couple of flyout to end the inning. went the opposite way to right for an RBI There were questions entering the game advance. ...
It also started a string of 11 straight bat- double. Jake Robinson followed with a sin- about how the Warriors would weather the
ters retired. The Tigers did not get another loss of Durant — and his more than 34 Ro ckets : Tucker had 15 points and has
gle to put runners at the corners before
baserunner until a Jonas Sunga walk to lead points a game. But they didn’t seem to miss scored at least 10 points in eight of
Daniel Friis cleared the bases with a boom-
off the fifth. He also walked Josh Catalino, a beat, getting 21 from Thompson in the Houston’s last 11 games. ... Clint Capela
ing double to center to put the Scots up 3-0.
but got out of the inning with the no-no first half before Curry closed it in the fourth. had with 10 points and 10 rebounds.
“The fact we had a dog fight Wednesday (a
intact. 5-3 Carlmont win) meant they’d come into The Rockets had a five-point lead to start
He struckout the first batter to start the Friday focused.” the fourth and it was tied at 95 with about 7 UP NEXT
sixth before hitting Gentile with a pitch. But Keller settled in and held the Scots 1/2 minutes to go after three points by
Karalius came up and after getting ahead of without a hit until they got to him with four Golden State’s Shaun Livingston. The Warriors move on to the Western
Woodring, punched a 2-1 pitch past short- runs in the sixth. Harden and Curry exchanged baskets soon Conference finals and will face the Denver-
stop and into left field to break up the no-hit But in the sixth, the Scots opened things after that before both teams failed to score Portland winner.

bid. up and got some breathing room as they
“I never go in (to a game) thinking no- sent nine batters to the plate, knocking
hitter,” Vallero said. “I’m just a big feel guy Keller out in the process. DeSmidt opened
and in my gut I just felt [Woodring] was the inning with his second double of the
going to have a good game.” game. Pinch hitter Ryan Busser came up and
As with most near and completed no-hit- bunted a pitch back to Keller, who tried to
ters, there were some defensive gems that throw DeSmidt out at third and instead threw
kept the hope alive. In the third, Terra the ball away, allowing DeSmidt to score.
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Zito’s book to AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
East Division

detail career, Tampa Bay

New York


San Jose 4, Vegas 3
Wednesday, April 10: San Jose 5, Vegas 2
Friday, April 12: Vegas 5, San Jose 3
D.C. United
21 11
16 11
14 17

religious belief Boston

7 1/2
10 1/2
New York
3 1/2
11 1/2
Sunday, April 14: Vegas 6, San Jose 3
Tuesday, April 16: Vegas 5, San Jose 0
Thursday, April 18: San Jose 5, Vegas 2
Sunday, April 21: San Jose 2, Vegas 1, 2OT
Toronto FC

New York City FC
21 15
12 15
13 12
11 8
Central Division Tuesday, April 23: San Jose 5, Vegas 4, OT Chicago 3 4 4 13 17 13
Central Division
W L Pct GB Orlando City 3 4 3 12 13 16
W L Pct GB
LOS ANGELES — Barry Zito has Minnesota 24 12 .667 —
New York 3 5 2 11 13 13
Cleveland 20 17 .541 4 1/2 Chicago 22 14 .611 — Cincinnati 2 7 2 8 8 17
written a book detailing his rise Milwaukee 24 16 .600 — San Jose 4, Colorado 3 New England 2 8 2 8 11 30
Detroit 16 19 .457 7 1/2
and fall as a baseball pitcher and Chicago 16 21 .432 8 1/2 St. Louis 22 17 .564 1 1/2 Friday, April 26: San Jose 5, Colorado 2
his intensifying belief in religion. Kansas City 14 25 .359 11 1/2 Pittsburgh 18 17 .514 3 1/2 Sunday, April 28: Colorado 4, San Jose 3 WESTERN CONFERENCE
Tuesday, April 30: San Jose 4, Colorado 2 W L T Pts GF GA
“Curveball” will be published Cincinnati 17 22 .436 6 1/2
Los Angeles FC7 1 3 24 26 8
West Division Thursday, May 2: Colorado 3, San Jose 0
Sept. 17 by Thomas Nelson, a West Division Saturday, May 4: San Jose 2, Colorado 1
LA Galaxy 7 3 1 22 18 14
W L Pct GB Houston 6 1 1 19 17 9
division of HarperCollins Houston 24 15 .615 — W L Pct GB Monday, May 6: Colorado 4, San Jose 3, OT Seattle 5 1 4 19 19 13
Christian Publishing. It was Seattle 20 21 .488 5 Los Angeles 26 15 .634 — Wednesday, May 8: San Jose 3, Colorado 2 FC Dallas 5 3 2 17 15 11
authored by Zito Los Angeles 18 20 .474 5 1/2 Arizona 22 17 .564 3 Minnesota United
4 3 3 15 19 16
Texas 17 19 .472 5 1/2 San Diego 21 18 .538 4 WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS Earthquakes 3 5 2 11 13 19
with Robert A’s 18 22 .450 6 1/2 Real Salt Lake3 6 1 10 12 18
Colorado 18 20 .474 5 1/2 St. Louis vs. San Jose
Noland, who Giants 16 22 .421 8 1/2 Saturday, May 11: St. Louis at San Jose, 5 p.m. Portland 3 5 1 10 13 20
has worked on Friday’s Games Sporting KC 2 3 4 10 19 18
Monday, May 13: St. Louis at San Jose, 6 p.m. Vancouver 2 5 3 9 10 14
books for L.A.Angels 8,Baltimore 3 Friday’s Games Wednesday, May 15: San Jose at St. Louis, 5 p.m. Colorado 0 8 2 2 14 27
Christian pub- Toronto 4,ChicagoWhite Sox 3 Milwaukee 7, Chicago Cubs 0 Friday, May 17: San Jose at St. Louis, 5 p.m.
Boston 14,Seattle 1 N.Y. Mets 11, Miami 2 x-Sunday, May 19: St. Louis at San Jose, noon NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for tie.
lishers in recent N.Y.Yankees 4,Tampa Bay 3 x-Tuesday, May 21: San Jose at St. Louis, 5 p.m. ———
Kansas City 5, Philadelphia 1
years. Houston 3,Texas 0 Pittsburgh 2, St. Louis 1 x-Thursday, May 23: St. Louis at San Jose, 6 p.m. Saturday, May 11
Zito, who Minnesota 6,Detroit 0 Montreal at Cincinnati, 10 a.m.
Colorado 12, San Diego 2 New York at FC Dallas, 11 a.m.
turns 41 on Kansas City 5,Philadelphia 1
Barry Zito Oakland 4,Cleveland 3,12 innings
Atlanta 2, Arizona 1 WARRIORS PLAYOFF SCHEDULE Philadelphia at Toronto FC, noon
Monday, was a Saturday’s Games
Cincinnati 7, San Francisco 0 New York City FC at LA Galaxy, 1 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers, 5, Washington 0 FIRST ROUND Los Angeles FC at Columbus, 4:30 p.m.
three-time All-Star with Oakland Seattle(Hernandez1-3)atBoston(Porcello2-3),10:05a.m. San Jose at New England, 4:30 p.m.
Saturday’s Games Golden State 4, L.A. Clippers 2
and the 2002 AL Cy Young Award Detroit(Turnbull2-2)atMinnesota(Pineda2-3),11:10a.m.,
Pitt (Lyles 2-1) at St. Louis (Mikolas 4-2), 11:15 a.m.
Minnesota United at Chicago, 5 p.m.
winner after he went 23-5. He went 1st game Saturday, April 13: Warriors 121, Clippers 104 Real Salt Lake at Colorado, 6 p.m.
White Sox (Nova 1-3) atToronto (Stroman 1-5),12:07 p.m. Milwaukee (Davies 4-0) at Cubs (Hamels 3-0),11:20 a.m. Monday, April 15: Clippers 135, Warriors 131 Houston at Seattle, 7 p.m.
102-63 in seven seasons with Cleveland (Bauer 4-2) at Oakland (Brooks 2-3),1:05 p.m. Miami (Alcantara 1-3) at Mets (deGrom 2-4),4:10 p.m. Sunday, May 12
Thursday, April 18: Warriors 132, Clippers 105
Oakland, then signed a $126 mil- L.A.Angels(Harvey1-3)atBaltimore(Bundy1-4),1:05p.m. Philadelphia (Eflin 4-3) at KC (Keller 2-3), 4:15 p.m. Orlando City at Atlanta, 11:30 a.m.
Atlanta (Gausman 1-3) at Arizona (Kelly 3-3),5:10 p.m. Sunday, April 21: Warriors 113, Clippers 105 Sporting Kansas City at D.C. United, 4 p.m.
lion, seven-year contract with San N.Y.Yankees (Sabathia 2-1) atTampa Bay (TBD),3:10 p.m.
Wednesday, April 24: Clippers 129, Warriors 121
Philadelphia (Eflin 4-3) at Kansas City (Keller 2-3),4:15 p.m. San Diego (Lucchesi 3-2) at Colorado (Gray 3-3),5:10 p.m.
Francisco after the 2006 season
and was 63-80 for the Giants. Detroit(TBD)atMinnesota(Perez5-0),5:10p.m.,2ndgame
Texas (Smyly 0-2) at Houston (Cole 3-4),5:10 p.m.
Cincy (DeSclafani 2-1) at Giants (Samardzija 2-1),6:05 p.m.
Friday, April 26: Warriors 129, Clippers 110
He became more religious during Sunday’s Games Sunday’s Games COFERENCE SEMIFINALS BASEBALL
the time of his mound struggles. L.A.Angels at Baltimore,10:05 a.m. Miami at N.Y. Mets, 10:10 a.m. Warriors 4, Houston 2 American League
Zito returned to the Athletics for Seattle at Boston,10:05 a.m. Philadelphia at Kansas City, 11:15 a.m. Sunday, April 28: Warriors 104, Houston 100 SEATTLE MARINERS — Recalled INFs J.P. Crawford
ChicagoWhite Sox atToronto,10:07 a.m. Pittsburgh at St. Louis, 11:15 a.m. and Shed Long from Tacoma (PCL). Placed INF Dylan
three games in 2015, then retired San Diego at Colorado, 12:10 p.m.
Tuesday, April 30: Warriors 115, Houston 109 Moore on the 10-day IL. Optioned RHP Chasen Brad-
N.Y.Yankees atTampa Bay,10:10 a.m.
with a 165-143 record. He has pur- Detroit at Minnesota,11:10 a.m. Cincinnati at San Francisco, 1:05 p.m. Saturday, May 4: Houston 126, Warriors 121, OT ford to AA Tacoma.
TAMPA BAY Rays — Placed C Mike Zunino 10-day
sued a career as a country acoustic Texas at Houston,11:10 a.m. Atlanta at Arizona, 1:10 p.m. Monday, May 6: Houston 112, Warriors 108
IL. Selected the contract of C Anthony Bemboom
guitar artist. Philadelphia at Kansas City,11:15 a.m. Washington at L.A. Dodgers, 1:10 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 8: Warriors 104, Houston 99 from Durham (IL). Activated OF Austin Meadows
Cleveland at Oakland,1:07 p.m. Milwaukee at Chicago Cubs, 4:05 p.m. x-Friday, May 10: Warriors 118, Houston 113 from the 10-day IL.
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risk, such as in Amber Alert situations,” three characters of a license plate are license plates and turn them over to ICE. …

Continued from page 1
said Capt. Saul Lopez of the San Mateo
County Sheriff’s Office. 
The technology is most commonly seen
“The communities that have used it effec-
tively have seen large decreases in burgla-
I don’t see any reason for doing it.” 
Mayor Harvey Rarback agreed, Vice
Mayor Adam Eisen was ambivalent about
at bridge crossings and is being used by an ries and other property crimes because crim- the technology and Councilman Robert
estimated 1,200 law enforcement agencies inals start talking to each other and say Brownstone felt the ACLU should attend the
Some councilmembers, including across the country, including Daly City, ‘I’ve been caught in this community upcoming meeting to offer its perspective
Deborah Penrose, were unconvinced safe- Redwood City, San Mateo and San Carlos, because of the technology so don’t go on ALPRs.
guards would be sufficient in preventing the among other local cities, according to a there,’” Sena said.  Sena said the ACLU has been largely
misuse of data. staff report. The company Half Moon Bay is The license plate data is only accessible accepting of the technology, but not the
“I don’t trust the government period,” she considering contracting with is called to vetted law enforcement and all use of data storage of data.
said. “I do not trust technology’s ability to Vigilant Solutions and if the technology is logged and subject to an audit, Sena said.  Councilwoman Debbie Ruddock, in a
protect itself and I believe hacking is as were to be approved, then ALPRs would be departure from her colleagues, felt ALPRs
“[Access] has to be for an approved law
easily as it comes and I believe systems like installed at three locations in the city: the could be a positive.
enforcement purpose — stolen vehicles,
this once in place are very difficult to get rid most eastern, most northern and most Amber Alerts, looking for that criminal “Given that there are license plate readers
of.” southern city limit points along Highway 1 activity — and when we talk about the audit in numerous other places — our bridges and
Some councilmembers were still open to and State Route 92.  logs that looks at an individual’s reason for probably our airports, our communities sur-
the proposal when they discussed it at a
Lopez stressed that data collected through searching so individuals have to provide the rounding us — I’m sure our license plates
meeting May 7 and all of them ultimately
ALPRs would not be shared with immigra- case number, investigative violation that are already captured and scanned someplace,
agreed to gauge public opinion before mak-
tion agencies, including Immigration and they’re looking at and all those transac- whether you’re a citizen or undocumented,
ing a decision. Residents will be able to
Customs Enforcement and the Department tions of what they’re searching for are that information is already stored some-
weigh in on the proposed technology at a
of Homeland Security. And while the cam- logged,” he said. place so I don’t believe you can escape
special meeting to be scheduled in June or
eras do capture more than just the license Sena said not a single community that that,” she said.
Automated license plate reading technol- plate, the resolution is not high enough for installed ALPRs changed its mind and decid- Ruddock suggested thieves from outside
ogy is a camera system designed to read the it to be used for facial recognition purposes, ed to remove them, but Penrose still felt the of the community often escape after break-
plate numbers of passing cars with the use said Mike Sena, executive director of the technology poses a threat to residents and ing into cars, banks and jewelry stores in
of optical character recognition. After a Northern California High Intensity Drug doesn’t belong in Half Moon Bay, but added the city and mentioned the numerous festi-
plate number is captured, the system runs Trafficking Area. that she’d support the technology if the vals and other gatherings that could be vul-
that number through a database to see if it ALPRs can immediately alert law enforce- community wanted it.  nerable to a “mass casualty event.” 
belongs to a vehicle associated with crimi- ment if it reads the plate of a stolen car, for “I also don’t think Half Moon Bay is a “Given who we are and what happens here
nal activity. The technology can also assist example, and data can either be immediately city with a high enough crime rate to justify it’s probably a worthy investment and I’m
with missing persons cases. discarded or stored for a period of time, the perception that it’s possible that ICE willing to pursue it further, in terms of get-
“We at the Sheriff’s Office believe this depending on a given community’s prefer- could get in here and find our people,” she ting more information and outreach to the
tool is very effective in not only criminal ence. Sena recommended storing license said. “We have a large population that has public,” she said. “I don’t want to write it
investigations, but also in identifying plate data for one year as a resource for to register their automobiles in low-income off this evening. I think it’s a worthy idea
missing persons and locating people at investigators, adding that the technology housing here. I could see the possibility and as much as I don’t like it I think it would
can be used to locate vehicles even if just that someone could go in and get a list of help us.”   
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The fight to keep ‘Hustle’ PG-13

By Jill Dobson not have their new film “The was appealed, and “The Hustle” Wilson told the Associated
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hustle” get classified as R- arrives in theaters Friday as a Press. “When I put my argu-
rated. PG-13 release. ments forth, analyzing other
male-driven films like
NEW YORK — Rebel Wilson Wilson, who is a producer and “I felt like it was so unfair to ‘Anchorman’ or last year’s
had to fight to make sure she stars in the “Dirty Rotten force cuts of jokes from coming ‘Jumanji’ you can see that you
and Anne Hathaway could make Scoundrels” remake, fought out of our two mouths when know what’s in our film is prob-
the same kind of risque jokes back last year when the film much ruder content was in
their male counterparts do and received an R-rating. The rating male-driven PG-13 films,” See HUSTLE, Page 22
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Berkeley Rep stages fascinating ‘The Good Book’

By Judy Richter and friends, and both known and unknown
As the act ends, Miriam has been in a seri-
“The Good Book” examines the Bible ous car accident and Connor is ready to
from two characters’ opposite perspectives shoot himself.
while taking them through difficult jour- Act 2 finds Connor about to be released
neys of belief. from a mental hospital and Miriam in an
unconscious state that takes her to impor-
Berkeley Repertory Theatre is staging the
tant places in her life.
West Coast premiere of this fascinating
Eventually the two meet, and their fates
drama by Denis O’Hare and Lisa Peterson.
become known.
One character is Miriam (Annette This is an epic play that goes far deeper
O’Toole), an atheist and biblical scholar. than the principal plot. It’s informative for
She calls the Bible “the most powerful and those who don’t know much about the ori-
dangerous book in America today.” gins of the Bible and it’s absorbing as
To her it isn’t the word of God but a col- Connor and Miriam go through their lives.
lection of stories created by many people, It’s also entertaining because of its many
handed down through the ages and translat- other characters.
ed from many languages. Finally, it’s an impressive display of vir-
The other is Connor (Keith Nobbs), a tuoso acting by everyone, especially
Catholic who calls himself a Biblehead and O’Toole as Miriam and Nobbs as Connor,
who wants to become a priest, at least when thanks to their talent and to astute direction
he’s a young boy. by co-author Peterson.
He first is seen as an 8-year-old who com- The action takes place on a sparsely fur-
mits his innermost thoughts to his new tape nished stage with just a few folding metal
recorder. As he enters his teens and 20s, chairs and tables.
however, he struggles with his faith and his (Foreground) Lance Gardner; (background, from left) Annette O’Toole (Miriam),Wayne Wilcox, Although the play is long, about two
sexual identity. Elijah Alexander, Shannon Tyo and Denmo Ibrahim in Berkeley Rep’s production of ‘The Good hours and 40 minutes with one intermis-
Miriam must confront some of her ideas
Book.’ sion, it seems to go by quickly.
when a young journalist, played by Miriam was about 9. long digs overseas. “The Good Book” will continue through
Shannon Tyo, wants to write a New Yorker Miriam also must deal with her longtime During Act 1, Alexander, Tyo, Lance June 9 in Berkeley Rep’s Peet’s Theatre,
article about her. Going through Miriam’s lover, played by Elijah Alexander, a Middle Gardner, Denmo Ibrahim and Wayne Wilcox 2025 Addison St., Berkeley. For tickets and
files, the writer finds her girlhood diary and Easterner whom she seldom sees because appear as a variety of characters like information call (510) 647-2949 or visit
asks about her mother, who died when he’s an archeologist who goes on months- Miriam’s college students, Connor’s family
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By Susan Cohn


HOUSE. Single gay man Jordan Berman is
blessed with three close friends, all single
women. But as each one finds a “significant
other,” and their lives become a round of
engagement parties, bridal showers and
weddings, Jordan finds himself becoming
the odd man out. The highs and lows of
twenty-something urban life are celebrated from “Buddy” (Charles Grodin) in 1984’s
in “Significant Other,” and the audience is “The Woman in Red to George” (Rupert
drawn in as Jordan looks for his own “Mr. Everett) in 1997’s “My Best Friend’s
Right” in a world of wrongs. Humorous, Wedding to George” (Paul Rudd) in 1998’s
heart-rending and hopeful. Written by “The Object of My Affection.” Most recent
Joshua Harmon. Directed by Lauren iteration? Oliver (Nico Santos) in 2018’s
English. Two hours with one intermission. “Crazy Rich Asians.”
Through June 15. TICKETS: Tickets ($35-$125) at (415)
AN ASIDE: San Francisco Playhouse 677-9596 or
Artistic Director Bill English said: “People https://www. sfplayhouse. org/sfph/2018-
are marrying later and later, if they marry at 2 0 1 9 -s eas o n / s i g n i fi can t -o t h er/ .
all. Consequently, folks in their 20s are Showtimes through June 15: Tuesday,
much more dependent on close friends for Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday at 7 p.m.; JESSICA PALOPOLI
intimacy and these friendships last longer Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m.; Saturday at 3 Jordan Berman (Kyle Cameron), Laura (Ruibo Qian, left) and Vanessa (Nicole-Azalee Danielle,
and become more essential only to be p.m.; and Sunday at 2 p.m. right) celebrate Kiki’s (Hayley Lovgren, center) bachelorette party, in Playwright Joshua
dashed by the inevitable “wedding bells” STAGE DIRECTIONS: San Francisco Harmon’s comedy ‘Significant Other,’ at San Francisco Playhouse through June 15.
that make them inappropriate or untenable. Playhouse is located at 450 Post St. in San
The pain of these breakups can be very Francisco, on the second floor of the Orpheum Box Office (1192 Market St.), or Dvořák’s Rusalka — featuring powerful
intense. When such loves are between a Kensington Park Hotel, one-half block by calling SHN Audience Services at leading women in the title roles. Spanning
woman and her gay male friend, the end can from Union Square in the heart of (888)746-1799. The “Hamilton” ticket lot- three centuries and sung in French, Italian
be particularly crushing. Making such part- Downtown San Francisco. San Francisco tery program continues for all performanc- and Czech, the 2019 Summer Season reper-
ings worse, our pop culture has perpetuated Playhouse provides an intimate alternative es. For more information, or to register, use tory will occasion the company debuts of
the unfortunate cliché of the “gay best to the larger, more traditional theater fare. the official app for “Hamilton,” now avail- four conductors, including two women, in
friend,” a supporting character who can eas- Its comfortable second-floor lobby has an able for all iOS and Android devices in the productions that are new to the War
ily feel trapped on the sidelines of his own attractive bar serving both before perform- Apple App Store and the Google Play Store Memorial Opera House stage. Carmen
life. In ‘Significant Other,’ (Playwright ances and during intermissions. (http://hamiltonmusical. com/app), or begins the summer festivities with seven
Joshua) Harmon brilliantly upends the *** performances scheduled for June 5 (7:30
cliché, taking us into the heart of the sup- DO YOU WANT TO B E IN THE *** p.m.), June 11 (7:30 p.m.), June 14 (7:30
porting roles often played by gay characters ROOM WHEN IT HAPPENS? “HAMIL- CARMEN, ORLANDO AND RUSAL- p.m.), June 20 (7:30 p.m.), June 23 (2
in the typical rom-com, giving Jordan TON” SEATS NOW ON SALE FOR KA: SAN FRANCISCO OPERA’S SIZ- p.m.), June 26 (7:30 p.m.) and June 29
Berman center stage and giving his story PERFORMANCES THROUGH JAN. 5 , ZLING S UMMER S CHEDULE (7:30 p.m.). Information and tickets at
WHEN YOU GO. Check out the framed ATRE IN SAN FRANCISCO. Tickets for WORKS. Beginning June 5 and continu-
movie stills in the San Francisco Playhouse the musical sensation “Hamilton” at the ing through the June 29, San Francisco
SHN Orpheum Theatre for performances Opera presents a trio of extraordinary lyric Susan Cohn is a member of the San Francisco Bay
lobby that trace the history of popular rom- Area Theatre Critics Circle and the American
coms that use the “gay best friend” trope … through Jan. 5, 2020, can be purchased at works — Georges Bizet’s Carmen, George
Theatre Critics Association. She may be reached at, in person at the SHN Frideric Handel’s Orlando and Antonín

Spears appears in cleared People in the news

court to speak on her legal status Spears was brought in
LOS ANGELES — Britney Spears appeared and out of the courthouse
in court at her own request to speak to a via backdoors and side
judge who oversees the conservatorship entrances, and only a few
that has controlled her affairs for 11 years. determined fans and
But Los Angeles Superior Court Judge passers-by caught
Brenda Penny cleared the courtroom Friday glimpses of her.
of all members of the public and media The 37-year-old singer
before Spears appeared, so only those doesn’t normally attend
involved in the case know what she said. hearings on her conser-
When the doors re-opened, the courtroom Britney Spears vatorship, which gives
was empty, and Penny has issued no ruling her father, Jamie Spears,
or statement on Spears’ case. and various lawyers power overp her life.
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O’Brien settles joke-theft lawsuit weeks before trial

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “As a professional comedy writer, all I
want to do is make people laugh and stand
SAN DIEGO — Conan O’Brien has made up for the things I believe in,” Kaseberg
peace with a man who heckled him not from said. “I am proud my case helped shed light
the crowd but the courts. on an issue facing all comedy writers and am
O’Brien and several co-defendants, happy to have been part of contributing
including his writing staff, agreed Thursday legal precedent on the issue of protection
to settle a 2015 lawsuit with California afforded to jokes.”
writer Robert Kaseberg, who alleged the One of Kaseberg’s jokes that closely
talk-show host stole five jokes from his resembled O’Brien’s was about 2015 Super
Twitter feed and blog for O’Brien’s mono- Bowl MVP Tom Brady giving the truck that
logues on his TBS show, “Conan.” goes with the title to Seahawks Coach Pete
Attorneys for both sides filed documents Carroll, whose coaching decisions many
in San Diego federal court announcing a deal believe are the biggest reason Brady’s New
had been reached about three weeks before a England Patriots won.
trial that would have seen O’Brien, his side- “Trust me, Pete Carroll gags were hilari-
kick Andy Richter and other famous names ous back in 2015,” O’Brien writes.
called to the stand. Terms of the deal were O’Brien said the similarity of this and the
not disclosed. other lines in the lawsuit is simply the
The joke-theft case was rare from the result of the same comedians landing on the
start, and O’Brien also gave it an unusual same newsy joke, a phenomenon that has
ending, explaining why he settled at length exploded with social media.
in a column in Variety rather than opting for “At the same time,” O’Brien writes, “that
the confidentiality common in Hollywood joke was being written by literally 34 other
lawsuits. people on Twitter, and one of those people
O’Brien insists that he and his staff had decided he had been robbed.”
never heard of Kaseberg, his blog or his O’Brien writes that he most wants to
Twitter account before the lawsuit, and did stand up for the integrity of his “remarkably
not steal any jokes. But he did not want “a hard-working and decent” team of writers.
farcical and expensive jury trial in federal “As I wrote several years ago,” O’Brien
court over five jokes that don’t even make Conan O’Brien has agreed to settle a lawsuit with a writer who says the talk-show host stole concludes, “ ‘No legacy is so rich as hon-
sense anymore.” jokes from his Twitter feed and blog for O’Brien’s monologue on ‘Conan.’ esty.’ Of course, William Shakespeare is
“Short of murder, stealing material is the thought that any of my writers took materi- and made financial reparations.” now claiming he tweeted that in 1603.”
worst thing any comic can be accused of,” al from someone else I would have fired that Kaseberg released a statement saying he But, O’Brien writes, Shakespeare “can
O’Brien writes. “Had I, for one second, writer immediately, personally apologized, was happy with the friendly resolution. talk to my lawyers.”

that surrounds those two women told us, ‘Oh contemporary issues facing women. “I’m so happy right now to put some-

Continued from page 19
you can’t be funny in that way,”’ Hathaway
said. “Even though there was a norm estab-
lished ... in the world saying when men say
“The idea just seems really justified right
now ... with the Me Too movement. This
wasn’t just a case of, ‘Oh let’s just gender
thing light out into the world, to put some-
thing out there that you can just laugh,”
Hathaway said. “Grab your favorite people
these sort of things it’s appropriate for flip ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,”’ Wilson and go and just get that warm feel good feel-
teenagers. But when women say these sort said. “This was a case of, well oh yeah, it ing.”
ably less than what’s in some of those male- of things, no that’s unexpected that’s too,
driven comedies.” really does make sense that now women can “Sometimes ... movies have more serious
that’s too new. That’s too different.” get back at dirty rotten men who have been messages and this definitely has a few sub-
Hathaway agreed, saying the entire culture
of a film is more important than just casting Wilson said the film is more than just a conning them for years.” tle, you know, female empowerment mes-
actresses in starring roles. gender-flipped remake of the 1988 comedy Despite tackling systemic issues women sages, but not so subtle, I guess.”
“It’s not enough to just put two women in starring Michael Caine and Steve Martin. It face, both Hathaway and Wilson say “The “But it’s all within like the world of fun,”
the in the lead of the film. Then the culture gave her and Hathaway a chance to tackle Hustle” remains a broad comedy. Hathaway added.

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American officials accuse Beijing of Chinese officials who want to attract

repertoire steeped in songs about
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backtracking on commitments made in
earlier rounds of negotiations. “China
deeply regrets that it will have to take
American investment have tried to
reassure companies there is “minimal
retaliation,” he said. “We’ve actually
5K Run/Walk for Student Health travel, motion and journey. Cost is necessary countermeasures, ” a seen an increased sensitivity to U.S.
and Mental Wellness. 7 a.m. to $15-$25. For more information call Commerce Ministry statement said. companies at the local level, ” he
11:30 a.m. Coyote Point Park 1701 342-8785. anonymity because they were not U.S. business groups appealed for a added.
Coyote Point Drive San Mateo. To authorized to speak publicly on the
volunteer, visit Sk yline College Jazz Band. 8 p.m. settlement that will resolve chronic The higher U.S. import taxes don’t and Odd Fellows Hall 526 Main St., Half matter, confirmed that the talks had complaints about Chinese market bar- apply to Chinese goods shipped
choose PAL 5K Run/Walk for Student Moon Bay. The Skyline College Jazz concluded for the day but could not say riers, subsidies to state companies and before Friday. Shipments take about
Health & Wellness May 11, 2019. To Band is an auditioned ensemble of
register for the run/walk, go to san- musicians who play trumpet, trom- when they would resume. a regulatory system they say is rigged three weeks to cross the Pacific Ocean For more information bone, saxophone and rhythm sec- Hours earlier, the Trump administra-
call 522-7277. tion instruments. Free. For more against foreign companies. by sea, giving negotiators more time
information call 315-0201. tion hiked tariffs on $200 billion The latest increase extends 25% to reach a settlement before importers
Mother ’s Day Mommy and Me worth of Chinese imports to 25% from duties to a total of $250 billion of may have to pay the increased charges.
Magical Unicorn B reak fast. 8:30 ‘Shoggoths on the Veldt’ by
a.m. to 10 a.m. Hillsdale Shopping Cameron McNar y. 8 p.m. The 10%, escalating tensions between Chinese imports, including $50 bil- Liu, speaking to Chinese state TV
Center, 60 31st Ave., San Mateo. Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Beijing and Washington. China’s lion worth that were already being upon his arrival Thursday in
Breakfast, activities and photos. Cost Redwood City. Cost is $27 to $37. For Commerce Ministry vowed to impose
is $14.99 per person. Registration more information call 493-2006. taxed at 25%. Trump has said he is Washington, said he “came with sin-
required. For more information call “necessary countermeasures” but gave planning to expand penalties to all cerity.” He appealed to Washington to
571-1029. SUNDAY, MAY 12 no details.
Mother’s Day Celebration. 10 a.m. Chinese goods shipped to the United avoid more tariff hikes, saying they
Second Saturday Divorce to 12:30 p.m. BayLife Community The tariff increase went ahead even States. are “not a solution” and would harm the
Work shop. 9 a.m. to noon. San Church, 40 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont. after American and Chinese negotia-
Carlos Community Center, 1001 Worship with a Mother’s Day mes- Beijing retaliated for previous tariff world.
Chestnut St., San Carlos. Educational sage. RSVP requested. For more tors briefly met in Washington on hikes by raising duties on $110 bil- “We should not hurt innocent peo-
workshop for women who find information call 888-8866. Thursday and again on Friday, seeking lion of American imports. But regula- ple,” Liu told CCTV.
themselves navigating the confus-
ing divorce process. For more infor- ‘Shoggoths on the Veldt’ by to end a dispute that has disrupted bil- tors are running out of U.S. goods for Also Thursday, Trump said he
mation call 434-2177. Cameron McNar y. 2 p.m. The lions of dollars in trade and shaken penalties due to the lopsided trade bal- received “a beautiful letter” from
Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway, global financial markets. After a short
Family Fun Ride and Bike Rodeo. Redwood City. Cost is $27 to $37. For ance. Chinese President Xi Jinping and
10 a.m. to noon. College Park more information call 493-2006. session on Friday, the lead Chinese Ford spokeswoman Rachel would “probably speak to him by
Elementary School, 715 Indian Ave., negotiator, Vice Premier Liu He, left McCleery said the carmaker is most phone.”
San Mateo. Learn how to ride safely MONDAY, MAY 13
with YBikes, join San Mateo Police Reel Great Films: ‘A Star Is Born.’ 2 the Office of the U. S. Trade concerned about any retaliatory tariffs The two countries are sparring over
Department for a ride around the p.m. to 4 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Representative about midday. U. S. China might impose. U.S. allegations Beijing steals tech-
neighborhood, face painting and a Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. For
balloon artist. Free. For more infor- more information call 591-8286. Trade Representative Robert The Dearborn, Michigan-based com- nology and pressures companies to
mation call 522-7300. Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary pany says 80% of the vehicles it hand over trade secrets in a campaign
Dash Robot Races. 4 p.m. South San Steven Mnuchin shook hands with Liu
San B runo AAR P Chapter 2895 Francisco Main Library, 840 W. assembles in the U.S. are sold domes- to turn Chinese companies into world
Monthly Meeting. 10 a.m. to noon. Orange Ave., South San Francisco. as he left. tically, but it does export some vehi- leaders in robotics, electric cars and
San Bruno Senior Center, 1555 Free. For more information call 829- In the afternoon, a motorcade of
Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno. For 3860. cles to China. other advanced industries.
more information call 583-4499. sport-utility vehicles and a police “While most of the vehicles we sell This week’s setback was unexpected.
Henna and a Craft. 4 p.m. to 5:30 escort, both with lights flashing, car-
Friends of the Librar y Spring Book p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave., in China are built in China, Ford does Through late last week, Trump admin-
Sale. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. South San Millbrae. Leah, a local henna artist ried the Chinese delegation away from export a number of vehicles to China istration officials were suggesting that
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. will provide henna designs using her their lodgings at the Willard hotel and from the U.S.,” McCleery said. “Our negotiators were making steady
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. homemade paste for teens/adults
For more information call 829-3860. who wish to have henna applied to out of town. biggest concerns are impacts retaliato- progress.
their skin, and a craft will be avail- Hu Xijin, editor-in-chief of the ry tariffs would have on our exports U. S. officials say they got an
Bargain Book and Media Sale. 10 able while waiting. A permission slip
a.m. to 3 p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 is required for participants under 18 Chinese newspaper Global Times, cit- and our expanding customer base in inkling of China’s second thoughts
Library Ave., Millbrae. All books 25 years of age. Free. For more informa- ing “an authoritative source,” tweeted China.” about prior commitments in talks last
cents to 50cents. Free. For more tion call 697-7607.
information call 697-7607.
that “talks didn’t break down. Both Chinese officials have targeted oper- week in Beijing but the backsliding
Doodle Club. 6:30 p.m. South San sides think that the talks are construc- ations of American companies in became more apparent in exchanges
Stark Raving Dad B ook Signing Francisco Main Library, 840 W. tive and will continue consultations.
Event. 11 a.m. to noon. Nuts For Orange Ave., South San Francisco. All China by slowing customs clearance over the weekend. They wouldn’t iden-
Candy, 1241 Broadway, Burlingame. materials provided. Free. For more The two sides agree to meet again in for them and stepping up regulatory tify the specific issues involved.
Local dad and author Sanderson information call 829-3860. Beijing in the future.” scrutiny that can hamper operations. A sticking point is U.S. insistence
Dean will be signing his new book.
Free. For more information call 343- AACP Writers Work shop. 7:30 p.m. On Wall Street, stocks fell initially The latest U.S. increase might hit on an enforcement mechanism with
8758. to 9 p.m. AACP Bookstore, 529 E. Friday but turned positive on opti- American consumers harder, said Jake penalties to ensure Beijing lives up to
Third Ave., San Mateo. Classes are
Mother ’s Day Plant Sale and Craft taught by Charlie Chin. Cost $30 for mism over future talks. Parker, vice president of the U.S.- its commitments. American officials
Fair. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. San Mateo drop in or $80 for three classes. For Earlier, Trump asserted in a tweet China Business Council, an industry say China has repeatedly broken past
Garden Center Inc., 605 Parkside more information call 375-8286.
Way, San Mateo. Plant Sales, Sei Boku that his tariffs “will bring in FAR group. He said the earlier 10% increase promises.
Bonsai, Orchid Society, Succulent Play of the Hand. San Mateo Senior MORE wealth to our Country than was absorbed by companies and offset China wants tariffs lifted as soon as
Club, Peninsula Quilters, Golden Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas,
Gate Canvas Workers and more. Free. San Mateo. $135 for residents, $165 even a phenomenal deal of the tradi- by a weakening of the Chinese curren- an agreement is reached, while U.S.
For more information call 483-7462. for non-residents. The second course tional kind. Also, much easier & quick- cy’s exchange rate. officials want to keep them as leverage
of the ACLB Bridge Series, designed er to do.”
to help seniors advance their play- A 25% hike “needs to be passed on to to ensure compliance.
Hungarian Her itage Festival.
Noon to 10 p.m. Twin Pines Park, 1 ing abilities. Registration required. In fact, tariffs are taxes paid by U.S. the consumer,” Parker said. “It is just “A real enforcement mechanism is
Twin Pines Lane, Belmont. Live folk For more information call 522-7490. importers and often passed along to too big to dilute with those other fac- critical,” the American Chamber of
dance, music, cultural exhibits and
children’s activities. Cost is $5 to $15. TUESDAY, MAY 14 consumers and companies that rely on tors.” Commerce in Shanghai said in a state-
For more information call (510) 853- Memoir classes. 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. imported components. Despite the public acrimony, local ment.
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have first hand experience, either as
immigrants or as people who work Prediabetes: Is it Real? 2 p.m. to 3
with immigrant and refugee popula- p.m. San Mateo Senior Center, 2645
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range of qualifications for all types of positions. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
The following person is doing business
For the best value and the best results, as: Canon Bell Financial, 210 Estates
recruit from the Daily Journal... Dr., SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Regis-
tered Owner: Neria B. Canonizado, same
address. The business is conducted by
Contact us for a free consultation an Individual. The registrants com-
menced to transact business under their
FBN on 7/9/14.
Call (650) 344-5200 or /s/Neria B. Canonizado/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
Email: sor-County Clerk on 4/3/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
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203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices Tundra Tundra Tundra
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
as: YK Homes Real Estate, 1605 El Ca- as: Brave Little Bird Cards, 853 Commo- as: 1)Big MO 2)SF Trans, 1300 El Cami-
mino Real, MILLBRAE, CA 94030. Reg- dore Drive, Apt. 518, SAN BRUNO, CA no Real #8, MILLBRAE, CA 94030.
istered Owner: Kenneth CK Yip, 307 Par- 94066. Registered Owner: Ariana Mea- Registered Owner: Mohsen A. Rihan,
amount Drive, Millbrae, CA 94030. The gan Ciglar, same address. The business same address. The business is conduct-
business is conducted by an Individual. is conducted by an Individual. The regis- ed by an Individual. The registrants
The registrants commenced to transact trants commenced to transact business commenced to transact business under
business under their FBN on 1/7/2014. under their FBN on 04/12/2019. their FBN on 3/11/18.
/s/Kenneth CK Yip/ /s/Ariana M. Ciglar/ /s/Mohsen A. Rihan/
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 4/17/2019. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 4/12/2019. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 4/23/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19). 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19). 5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19).


STATEMENT #280919 STATEMENT #281007 STATEMENT #281138 Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Over the Hedge
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
as: EG Handyman Repairs, 34 N Grant as: Camuel Charold Productions, 1395 as: Alfaro Trucking, 88 Dockside Drive,
St., SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Regis- Bay Rd, EAST PALO ALTO, CA 94303. DALY CITY, CA 94014. Registered
tered Owner: Enrique Gomez, same ad- Registered Owner: Camuel Charold Owner: Felix Alfaro, same address. The
dress. The business is conducted by an Baldwin, same address. The business is business is conducted by an Individual.
Individual. The registrants commenced conducted by an Individual. The regis- The registrants commenced to transact
to transact business under their FBN on trants commenced to transact business business under their FBN on NA.
N/A. under their FBN on APRIL 16, 2019. /s/Felix Alfaro/
/s/Enrique Gomez/ /s/Camuel Charold Baldwin/ This statement was filed with the Asses-
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 5/1/2019. (Publish-
sor-County Clerk on 4/16/2019. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
sor-County Clerk on 4/5/2019. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19).
4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19).
4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19).
STATEMENT #281005 The following person is doing business
The following person is doing business as: The Earth Culture Company, 151 N
The following person is doing business as: La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant,
as: BAREMINERALS, 144 Hillsdale Mall, Ellsworth Ave. #3, SAN MATEO, CA
1377 Laurel St., SAN CARLOS, CA 94401. Registered Owner: Van V.
SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered 94070. Registered Owner: Emilia Acosta 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
Owner: Shiseido Americas Corporation, Pham, same address. The business is
Estrada, 340 E. Santa Inez Ave. Apt.4, conducted by an Individual. The regis-
DE. The business is conducted by a Cor- SAN MATEO, CA 94401. The business STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF to show cause why the petition should days before the matter is scheduled to
poration. The registrants commenced to trants commenced to transact business THE USE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS not be granted. If no written objection is be heard and must appear at the hearing
is conducted by an Individual. The regis- under their FBN on N/A.
transact business under their FBN on NAME STATEMENT 260979 timely filed, the court may grant the peti- to show cause why the petition should
trants commenced to transact business /s/Van V. Pham/ Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the not be granted. If no written objection is
05/02/2008. under their FBN on N/A.
/s/Maria Chiclana/ This statement was filed with the Asses- doning the use of the Fictitious Business petition shall be held on 5/23/19 at 9 timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
/s/Emilia Acosta Estrada/ Name: Edwin Palma. Name of Business: a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 4/8/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, El Peruche Restaurant. Date of original Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this petition shall be held on 5/23/19 at 9
sor-County Clerk on 4/16/2019. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 4/24/2019. (Publish- filing: 05-28-2014. Address of Principal Order to Show Cause shall be published a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19). Place of Business: 3997 Mission St., at least once each week for four succes- Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19). 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19). DALY CITY, CA 94014. Registrant: Ed- sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Order to Show Cause shall be published
win Palma, 118 Claremont Ave, SOUTH ing on the petition in the following news- at least once each week for four succes-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080 The busi- paper of general circulation: sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #281110 ness was conducted by an Individual. San Mateo Daily Journal ing on the petition in the following news-
STATEMENT #281003 STATEMENT #281143 The following person is doing business /s/Edwin Palma/ Filed: 4/11/2019 paper of general circulation:
The following person is doing business as: My Products, 105 Crescent Drive, This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ San Mateo Daily Journal
The following person is doing business sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo Judge of the Superior Court Filed: 4/11/2019
as: K SPA, 21 S B St., SAN MATEO, CA as: Kinanty, 124 Barneson Ave., SAN SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080.
Registered Owner: Julia Zachariah, County on 5/6/19. Dated: 4/10/2019 /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/
94401 Registered Owner: TEASHI MATEO, CA 94402. Registered Owner: (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- (Published 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, Judge of the Superior Court
NAILS SALON INC, CA. The business is Ayman Asfour, same address. The busi- same address. The business is conduct- nal, 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19, 6/1/19). 5/11/19). Dated: 4/10/2019
conducted by a Corporation. The regis- ness is conducted by an Individual. The ed by an Individual. The registrants (Published 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19,
trants commenced to transact business registrants commenced to transact busi- commenced to transact business under 5/11/19).
under their FBN on 3/26/2016. ness under their FBN on NA. their FBN on N/A. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
/s/Ly, MyHa/ /s/Ayman Asfour/ /s/Julia Zachariah/ CHANGE OF NAME
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- CASE# 19C1V01949 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
sor-County Clerk on 4/16/2019. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 5/2/2019. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 4/29/2019. (Publish- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, CHANGE OF NAME
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, CASE# 19C1V01948 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, CHANGE OF NAME
4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19). 5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19). 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19, 6/1/19). REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, CASE# 19C1V02386
Chelsea Michelle French REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
2018-2019 STREET REHABILITATION PHASE I Petitioners: Chelsea Michelle French PETITION OF
CITY PROJECT NO. 467002-46000-1010 filed a petition with this court for a decree TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Kham Hoang Dang
CITY OF SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA changing names as follows: Petitioners: Christopher Michael Rivas
Present name: filed a petition with this court for a decree TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
1. Sealed bids will be received by the City Council of the City of San Mateo, California, for the 2018-2019 STREET REHABILI- Chelsea Michelle French changing names as follows: Petitioners: Kham Hoang Dang filed a
TATION PHASE I and other work as shown on the Contract Drawings and as described in this Contract Book and the State of Proposed Name: Present name: petition with this court for a decree
California, Department of Transportation Standard Specifications and Standard Plans dated 2010, and the Revised Standard Chelsea Michelle Luby Christopher Michael Rivas changing names as follows:
Specifications (RSS) dated March 3, 2017. Proposed Name:
2. Said sealed proposals shall be delivered to the City Clerk, City Hall, 330 West 20th Avenue, San Mateo, California 94403, at THE COURT ORDERS that all persons Christopher Michael Luby Present name:
or before 2:00 p.m., June 4, 2019, and they shall be opened and read by a City Representative at said date and time. interested in this matter shall appear be- 1. Kham Hoang Dang
Said City Representative shall report the results of the bidding to the City Council at a later date, at which time the City Council fore this court at the hearing indicated THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
may award the contract to the lowest responsible bidder as so reported; or as the City's interest may dictate, City Council may below to show cause, if any, why the pe- interested in this matter shall appear be- Proposed Name:
exercise its right to modify the award or to reject any or all bids. tition for change of name should not be fore this court at the hearing indicated 1. Kham Hoang Phan
3. The Contractor's license required for this contract is Class A. Listed subcontractors shall also possess the contractor's li- granted. Any person objecting to the below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
cense required for each specialty work specified and/or possess a Class A license. Attention is also directed to the provisions of name changes described above must file tition for change of name should not be THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
Public Contract Code Section 10164. For this Federal Aid project, the Contractor shall be properly licensed and in good standing a written objection that includes the rea- granted. Any person objecting to the interested in this matter shall appear be-
at the time the contract is awarded. sons for the objection at least two court name changes described above must file fore this court at the hearing indicated
4. Contractor shall purchase a complete set of plans and specifications and provide contact information through Barker Blue in days before the matter is scheduled to a written objection that includes the rea- below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
order to be eligible to bid on this project. The Contract Book, plans and proposal forms are available at City of San Mateo - Pub- be heard and must appear at the hearing sons for the objection at least two court tition for change of name should not be
lic Works Bidding Web Portal. Contractors can also email Barker Blue's Customer Support Team at or
call 650-696-2100 for assistance. Any questions regarding the contract documents should be directed to Public Works Depart-
ment, at (650) 522-7300, or in writing at the above address.
5. The estimated construction cost of this project is $1,900,000. This estimate is not based on a "contractor's cost take off" of NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
the project, but is derived from an averaging of costs for work on similar projects in the area of which the City is aware. This fig- The City Council of the City of Half Moon Bay
ure is given to indicate the relative order of magnitude of this project and is not intended to
influence or affect in any way the amount bid for this project. Tuesday, May 21, 2019 - 7:00 PM
6. All bids shall be accompanied by a bid bond, cashier's check, or certified check made payable to the City of San Mateo in an
amount not less than ten percent (10%) of the aggregate amount of the bid. Said amount or the proceeds of said bond shall be
forfeited to the City if the bidder depositing same does not, within 8 working days after the bidder has received notice from the
City of San Mateo that the contract has been awarded, sign and return the contract to the City and furnish the other items re- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Half Moon Bay will hold a public
quired under section 3, "Contract Award and Execution," of the special provisions. hearing at 7:00 PM on Tuesday, May 21, 2019, at the Adcock Community/Senior Center at 535
7. Contractor is notified that he shall comply with the requirements for Non-Discrimination as set forth in Section 2, "Bidding,” in Kelly Avenue, to consider the following:
the Special Provisions.
8. Addenda issued during the time of bidding shall become a part of the documents furnished bidders for the preparation of bids,
shall be covered in the bids, and sh all be made a part of the Contract. Each bid shall include specific acknowledgement in the Location: Citywide
space provided of receipt of all Addenda issued during the bidding period. Failure to so acknowledge may result in the bid being Applicant: City of Half Moon Bay
rejected as not responsive. Failure of any bidder to receive such Addenda shall not be grounds for non-compliance with the
terms of the instructions. It is the responsibility of the bidder to contact the City to determine the existence of any and all adden- Description: A first reading of amendments to the Half Moon Bay Municipal Code, Title 9,
da. Public Peace, Morals, and Welfare, comprising Public Nuisances Affecting
9. The time of completion for this contract shall be (80) working days, beginning from the date specified in the Notice to Pro- Public Peace and Safety, Chapter 9.12, and Park Regulations, Chapter
10. The right is reserved, as the interest of the City may require, to reject any or all bids, to waive any informality in bids, or in 9.13.
the case of a single bid being received to extend the acceptance date by up to thirty (30) days with notice. The City of San Ma-
teo is a charter City and any contract entered into is subject to the provisions of the City of San The revised Chapter 9.12 would add a new prohibition on glass containers at all city parks,
Mateo Charter, which may supersede certain provisions of the Public Contract Code and other provision of state law.
11. A contractor or subcontractor shall not be qualified to bid on, be listed in a bid proposal, subject to the requirements of Sec- which would be listed as section 9.12.090.
tion 4104 of the Public Contract Code, or engage in the performance of any contract for public work, as defined in this chapter,
unless currently registered and qualified to perform public work pursuant to Section 1725.5. It is not a violation of this section for The revised Chapter 9.13.020 would amend the list of designated parks to include the following:
an unregistered contractor to submit a bid that is authorized by Section 7029.1 of the Business and Professions Code or by Sec-
tion 10164 or 20103.5 of the Public Contract Code, provided the contractor is registered to perform public work pursuant to Sec- • Smith Field Park (including the baseball field, horseshoe pits, dog park, and all
tion 1725.5 at the time the contract is awarded. This project is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Depart- associated facilities) located at the west end of Wavecrest Road
ment of Industrial Relations. • Johnston House Historical Park (including the Johnston House, Train Depot, and all
No contractor or subcontractor may be listed on a bid proposal for a public works project and no contractor or subcontractor may
be awarded a contract for public work on a public works project unless registered with the Department of Industrial Relations pur- associated facilities) located at 110 Higgins Canyon Road
suant to Labor Code section 1725.5. This project is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Department of In- • Poplar Beach located between Seymour Street and Kelly Avenue
dustrial Relations. As an additional requirement, Assembly Bill 219 adds Section 1720.9 to the Labor Code. This bill expands the • Cañada Verde Beach located at the west end of Miramontes Point Road
definition of public works under the California Prevailing Wage Law and is a requirement for this project. For reference, please
see: • Surfers Beach located between the breakwater and Coronado Street
In general, the prevailing wage scale, as determined by the Director of Industrial Relations of the State of California, in force on • Skate Park located at 535 Kelly Avenue
the day this bid was announced or determined by the administrator of the Wage and Hour Division, U.S. Department of Labor, in
force on the day bids are opened, whichever is higher, will be the minimum paid to all craftsmen and laborers working on this
project. In some cases, prevailing wage determinations have either a single asterisk (*) or double asterisks (**) after the expira- The revised Chapter 9.13.030 would amend the park hours to list that all parks and parking lot
tion date in effect on the date of advertisement for bids. facilities shall be open to the public from sunrise to sunset, amending the current regulation
In cases where the prevailing wage determinations have a single asterisk (*) after the expiration date which are in effect on the which states that all parks are closed from 9:00 PM to sunrise.
date of advertisement for bids, such determinations remain in effect for the life of the project. Prevailing wage determinations
which have double asterisks (**) after the expiration date indicate that the basic hourly wage rate, overtime, and holiday pay
rates, and employer payments to be paid for work performed after this date have been predetermined. If work is extended past The revised Chapter 9.13.040 would amend the language that states where an activity con-
this date, the new rate must be paid and should be incorporated in contracts the Contractor enters into. cludes at or near nine p.m., participants and/or spectators shall be allowed up to one-half hour to
Pursuant to Section 1773 of the Labor Code, the general prevailing wage rates in the county, or counties, in which the work is to
be done have been determined by the Director of the California Department of Industrial Relations. The wages as set forth in the depart from the facilities, changing nine p.m. to sunset.
General Prevailing Wage Rates for this project will be posted at the job site. It is understood that it is the responsibility of the bid- All persons in favor of, opposed to, or in any manner interested in this request for an Ordinance
der to determine the correct scale. The City will keep a copy of the wage scale in the City Clerk's office for the convenience of Amendment are invited to attend this public hearing or forward written comments to:
bidders. The State Prevailing Wage Rates may also be obtained from the California Department of Industrial Relations internet
website at Any errors or defects in the materials in the City Clerk's office will not excuse a bidder's failure
to comply with actual scale then in force. Victor Gaitan
12. Said City Representative shall report the results of the bidding to the City Council at a later date, at which time the City Management Analyst
Council may award the contract to the lowest responsible bidder as so reported; or as City's interest may dictate. The City Coun-
cil may exercise its right to modify the award or to reject any or all bids. Any protests to award of contract shall follow the proce-
dures outlined in City Council Resolution No. 61, dated June 7, 2004. 650-750-2010
13. To ensure performance, City reserves the right to retain five percent (5%) of the contract price for 35 days after it records the
Notice of Completion. However, pursuant to the Public Contracts Code Section 22300, Contractor may substitute securities for
said five percent (5%) retention or request that City make payments of retentions earned directly to an escrow agent at Contrac-
tor's expense. The provisions of the Public Contracts Code Section 22300 are hereby expressly made a part of the contract. For More Information: More information is on file at City Hall, 501 Main Street, and may be ex-
14. The lowest responsible bidder shall submit all required insurance, bonds and signed agreements within five (5) days after amined during regular business hours. Comments, written or oral, must be received before the
bid opening.
decision date. Please send comments to: City of Half Moon Bay Community Development De-
Dated: May 12, 2019 /S/ DIANE PAPAN, MAYOR partment, 501 Main Street, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019.
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203 Public notices 298 Collectibles 304 Furniture 304 Furniture 304 Furniture 307 Jewelry & Clothing
granted. Any person objecting to the DePression glass Dining Plate. 8 China CaBinet Wallet, $20. Call english Draw Table, $50 Solid Wood taBle 24"x48" folding legs each end. anne klein silver-tone watch with
name changes described above must file 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. (650)589-1407 48" with two 12" pull-out leaves, Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di-
a written objection that includes the rea- $12 (650)762-6048 call(650)697-3709 $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371
sons for the objection at least two court ChoColate Brown living room chair
days before the matter is scheduled to games oF the 23rd Olympiad maga- with cushion. In excellent condition, $60. ethan allen sofa and love seat. Blue thomasVille Dining table, $50 4
be heard and must appear at the hearing zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588- Call 650-872-2371. velveteen. Solid construction. Some col- chairs, mid-century blonde with two 308 tools
to show cause why the petition should 0842 or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol- leaves call (650)697-3709.
not be granted. If no written objection is ComPuter Desk (glass) & chair. Like antique iron Hand Drills. 3 available
stering. Free. (650)593-7001. at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- lennox reD Rose, Unused, hand new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or tiki Bar - Original from the 60’s,Like
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, ikea Dresser, black, 3 shelf. 23" x Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500
petition shall be held on 6/18/19 at 9 $12.00. (650) 578 9208. 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. (650)245-4234. Briggs & Stratton Lawn Mower with
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, ComPuter Desk with 3 side drawers . Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00.
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this miller lite Neon sign , work good Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask ikea taBle, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. (650)771-6324.
Order to Show Cause shall be published $59 call (650)218-6528 for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or $ 30. (650)598-9804. twin BeD, mattress, box spring, frame
at least once each week for four succes- leave message $ 50. (650)598-9804. CraFtsman 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- olD, antique, Bottle Collection: 20 mahoganY tV Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
ing on the petition in the following news- bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 ComPuter swiVel CHAIR. Padded x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697- two wooD Book Shelves, $75 with
paper of general circulation: Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 3709 drawers and pull-down desk call lg CraFtsmen shop vac 6.5hp $60
San Mateo Daily Journal one ColleCtion of antique Cuban (650)697-3709 (510)943-9221
Filed: 5/6/2019 Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No Desk, gD. cond. $99.99 or b.o. mattress, twin long, excellent condi-
Texting. (650)458-3578 shoPsmith mark V 50th Anniversary
/s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ tion, $25, (650) 552-9556 useD BeDroom Furniture, FREE. Call most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
Judge of the Superior Court (650)573-7381. (650)504-0585
Dated: 5/2/2019 small rug beater. $15.00 (650)207- new Deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
(Published 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19, 4162 Dining Chairs -Six Antique, ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must wall unit/room Divider. Simple
Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675 lines. Breaks down for transportation. Vintage CraFtsman Jig Saw. Circa
6/1/19). Sell! (650) 875-8159. 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
toPPs BaseBall complete set 1987 (650)888-2662 $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- niagara ViBrating Adjustable bed
4474 good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan walnut Chest, small (4 drawer with 310 misc. For sale
Dining room Table-Antique,Oak, (408)656-0958 upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
two 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig- 5chairs, w/ extension $200 500-600 Big Band-era 78's--most mint,
295 art ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for (650)290-3188 queen soFa Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?), white wiCker Armoire, asking $100, no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
both. Steve (650)518-6614 Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition, great condition, text for picture (650)571-
call (650)697-3709 0947 BessY small Evening Hand Bag With
oil Painting-CanVass, Victorian Vintage stemware: 3 styles, 23
Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00 Dining taBle (36"x54") and 4 match- . Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for wooD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
OBO (650)515-6091 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
$250 .(650)-654-1930. retro hutCh Needs refinishing other- BiFolD shutters 2x28”x79 $10.00
296 appliances 299 Computers wise good condition. Top detaches from (650)544-5306
Dining taBle - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT bottom $25. (650)712-9962 306 housewares
19" Color Monitor with stand VG con- Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel- Blue oYster cult lp signed by donald
air ConDitioner 10000 BTU w/re- lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012. r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
dition power cord/owners manual includ- soFa-Beige FaBriC, Orig. $900, CrYstal wine glasses new (12ea)
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 Rarely used, 7ft long, $350 $20.00 Call 650-592-2648 (408)661-6019
brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- Dining taBle. 72" by 42". With leaf (650)234-8218
0898 90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389 Cash register Parts; Much Skin Not
reCorDaBle CD-r 74, Sealed, Unop- mikasa set. White. Modern (square)
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, soliD wooD Dining table with exten- Guts $500 (415)269-4784
Free washer and 220v dryer, both DisPlaY Case, glass top. 27”x20”x2” Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152.
(650) 578 9208 Deep. $15.00. 650-588-0842. sion great piece great condition black
working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You $80 (650)364-5263 CosCo PlaY Pen with travel bag. Used
move, stairs. new "Bella" buffet triple slow cooker once $35 (650)591-2981
Dresser-antique VanitY Combo, 3
300 toys beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400 soliD wooD Entertainment Center- and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592-
Cut glass serving bowl 8" diameter
glass-Panel lamPshaDe. Similar TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In 2648
to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi- (650)290-3188 $25. Call 650-921-4016
14-1000-PCs Puzzles $3.00 ea. Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade. (650)207-4162 gliDer rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o sink DouBle cast iron. Good condi- Deluxe FolDer Walker - 5" wheels -
$75 (650)727-7266 lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. (925)482-5742 tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347
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Dan (408)656-0958 JumP anD Play Keyboard brand new, in
original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580.
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counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. 4 Hardy red hog 33 “And fly, __ evil 41 Take off the
new, singer Sewing Machine Univer- Beer steins-original from Germa-
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info 1 Annual gown 5 Honoree of intercept thy table?
renters Springsteen’s flight”: Milton 42 Portugal’s capital,
sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma-
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tiFFanY stYle Lamp shade. Older- 6 Dwelled (on) 2006 “We Shall 34 Wonder locally
multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650)
mahoganY antique Secretary desk,
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- 13 Theatrical Overcome” 36 Credit as an 44 Lowly laborers
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. potpourri album inspiration 46 Hawaiian parties
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VaCuum Cleaner (reconditioned)
$10 Call Ed (415)298-0645 roseVille tuliP Pitcher, Ca: 1900.
15 Lit Paris park 38 Chin stroker’s jet, say
$45. (650)574-2490.
297 Bicycles
303 electronics 16 Multicolored 7 “Submitted for words 50 Delta hub code
aDult Bikes 1 regular and 2 with bal-
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 Free teleVision - Mitsubishi, solidarity emblem your approval ... ” 39 “The Post” 51 Sch. with a
ChilD’s sChwinn BiCYCle, Blue in
26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not
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good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. Delivery available. headset, briefly 8 Fine, in old slang 40 Taloned 52 Many a Ben &
mountain Bike new 21 gears $100. onkYo aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital 19 Org. concerned 9 Not right predators Jerry’s flavor
with gaps, at
10 Widened
Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
mountain Bike. Top brand. Runs
good. $39. (660)342-5220
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393
PhilliPs-50” Color t.V., Heavy, $99 times 11 Gets by
(650)591-8062 20 Cavalry member 12 “Place de la
298 Collectibles
304 Furniture 21 “Between Concorde” artist
1984 time magazine. Special 1994
Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg the World and 14 Fighting involving
Me” author
antique Dining table for six people
(650)588-0842 with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
49’er 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie antique mohaganY Bookcase. Four Ta-Nehisi __ shelters
deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. 24 Latin primer word 16 Word with safe
25 Singer who made
$10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842
or out
BeDsteaD single, poster style, box
spring, mattress available. $40.00.
Georgia famous
aPProx. 40 yr old 1/2 l German Beer
18 1975 ABC debut,
Stein, Raigimal, Gerz. $60 (650)207- (650)593-7408
4162 Beige soFa $99. Excellent Condition 27 TV warrior initially
ColleCtaBle CaBBage Patch Kids
(650) 315-2319
princess 21 Dear, to
29 Classic paper
Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New Bunk BeDs for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
Box. Great Christmas Present. $100 years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or Donizetti
(650) 572-8895 B/O (650)685-2494 name 22 Dictated
30 Restored 23 Urban shortcut
The San Bruno Planning Commission will meet Tuesday, May 34 San Joaquin
26 Devious laugh
21, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. at the Senior Center, 1555 Crystal
Valley wine
Springs Road, San Bruno, CA to take action on the following 28 Bowl over
item. All interested persons are invited to attend.
31 Trimming tool
35 Anguished
32 Lat neighbor 05/11/19
754 Pepper Drive. Request for a Use Permit to allow construc-
tion of a 1,498 square foot combined first and second floor ad- protest
dition that would increase the gross floor area of the existing 39 Fast-paced
home by greater than 50% (93%), and exceed the permissible highlight video
floor area ratio of 0.55 (0.61) pursuant to Section 12.200.030 of
the San Bruno Municipal Code. If approved and constructed,
43 Adjective for
the total living area of the home would increase to 2,692 Scotty on “Star
square feet, and the gross floor area of the home would be Trek”
3,099 square feet, including the two-car garage. Recommend-
ed Environmental Determination: Categorical Exemption.
44 Baker, for one
uP19-006 45 Most delicate
47 Cy Young Award
Capital improvement Program Budget. Request adoption of stat
a Resolution confirming review of the 2019-2024 Five-Year
Capital Improvement Program and Fiscal Year 2019-20 Capital 48 Two-piece
Improvement Program Budget and its conformance with the ensembles
San Bruno General Plan, pursuant to California Government 49 Sports show
hosts, often
Code Section 65401. Recommended Environmental Determi-
nation: Not a Project
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Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, May 11, 2019. antagonist
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310 Misc. for Sale 310 Misc. for Sale 311 Musical instruments 316 Clothes 379 open houses 625 Classic Cars
driVe 3-Wheel buggy $45. Call Slr lenS Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 VintAGe AutoPiAno upright player Men'S StetSon hat, size large, new, CheVy ‘55 BEL AIR 2 door, Standard
(650)589-1407 Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171 piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 Transmission V8 Motor, non-op $22,000

free MAGAzineS. Library discards tireS-Set of four P225 45 R18 $80

message or email (650) 578-9208 oPen houSe obo. (650)952-4036.

year old ones. Wide variety. Good for OBO (650)359-2238. Wurlitzer uPriGht piano. Fair con-
dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595
ShoeS Size 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less
liStinGS CheVy ‘86 CorVette. Automatic.
93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800
crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074
tunturi roWinG Machine, Good obo. (650) 952-4036.
Condition, $75, (650)483-1222 tuXedo Size 40, black, including white List your Open House
free: Wild turkey feathers; whole
wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For
312 Pets & Animals shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189 in the Daily Journal. CorVette ‘69 350 4-SPeed. 50k
uniden hArley Davidson Gas Tank
fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 MileS. New upgrades; best offer.
one kennel Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- WeddinG dreSS-deSiGner, Size 12,
(650)207-0882 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell Reach over 83,450 (415)602-8480. Mr. Roberts.
WAlker - Good Condition - Like New - (650)593-2066 for $500 Call (650)867-1728 potential home buyers &
hAt, t-Shirt, sweatshirt and comput- $35 (650)341-5347 dAtSun ‘83 280zx, T-Tops, 159K miles,
erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648 renters a day, good condition, cosmentic and mechani-
PArrot CAGe, Steel, Large - approx WoMAn'S AMeriCAn Rag faux leather cal. $6500 OBO. 650-302-4747.
311 Musical instruments 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best jacket. Perfect condition. Black from South San Francisco
lionel ChriStMAS Holiday expan-
sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 offer. (650)245-4084 /2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466 to Palo Alto. MerCedeS ‘79 450 SL with hard top.
1929 Antique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- in your local newspaper. Completely rebuilt. 20K obo. (650)851-
lionel WeStern Union Pass car and ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call WoMAn'S tAhAri jacket. Perfect con-
dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 (650)742-6776.
315 Wanted to Buy dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25
(650) 952-3466 Call (650)344-5200
lookinG: Sf Radio Station recordings; MerCedeS ‘89 300e, Low Miles, Excel.
Motley Crue lp signed by neil lee ChroMAtiC hArMoniCA: Horner Condition, Good Engine, Needs paint,
sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019 1920’s through 80’s. WoMen'S BlACk suede fur lined
The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, Ron (925)284-5428. $13,900 (650)303-4257. Leave msg.
boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371
neGrini fenCinG Epee mask size M (650)278-5776.
MuStAnG ’73- All Original: Miles 300,
& France Lames 5 epee blade $95 316 Clothes Work BootS. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
brown, with steel metatarsal protection.
450 homes for rent Paperwork, Light Brown Paint, 351
(415)260-6940 V/8Cleveland, Auto-Trans, P/S, P/B,
ePiPhone leS Paul Custom Prophecy In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494
Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00. BroWn Sued boots, fur-lined, size 8, $30,000 (650)359-6001.
old B&l Microscope in good condition;
35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842. (650)421-5469. new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371
318 Sports equipment for rent
fAnCy hiGh heel shoes, never worn
rAy-BAn toP Bar Sunglasses eVerett uPriGht antique piano. 630 trucks & SuV’s
RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718. size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648 BiG BerthA, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
2 Bedroom 1 bath
wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light-
weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- huGe ludWiG Drum Set Silver Sparkle (415)999-4474 house on a quiet ford ‘10 F150 Super Crew cab, 78K
miles. System-One toolboxes and rack.
fAuX fur Coat Woman's brown multi
6596 & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500 color in excellent condition 3/4 BrAnd neW Golf bag with Stand.
cul-de-sac in Belmont. $16K contact or text (650)520-3725
(916)975-4969 length $50 (650)692-8012 Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
rollerBlAdeS, uSed, size 10. $20 kiA ‘15 Sorento V6,4 wheel drive, 73K
No Texting.
obo. Please call (650)745-6309
PiAno-AndreW kohler, Mahogany, hAt And beanie collection sold as set $3800.00/Month miles, white, $14,800 (650)302-5523
SAMSonite 26" tan hard-sided suit Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250 hundreds 1K (650)388-2445 BrAnd neW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods; leXuS ‘00 RX 300, $4,900. 163K miles,
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. (415)334-1980 kAyAno Men’S Running shoes size 11 Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great $4,900. (650)302-5523
$45. (650)328-6709 good condition $20 (650)520-7045 gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting. Available the middle of
Silk SAree 6 yards new nice color.for PlAyer PiAno 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- knee-hiGh BlACk women's boots, eASton AluMinuM bat.33 inches, 30 May. 635 Vans
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892 size 7, wide calf & wide width, new. oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513 toyotA ‘08 SIENNA LE, excellent con-
formation. $40.00. Call (650)872-2371 eVerlASt 80# MMA Heavy Bag and Call for an appointment dition, camera, bluetooth, trailer, 94K
Sink, 33”X22” Top mount with faucet, SPinet PiAno + Bench, $50. Call lAdieS Sequin dress, blue, size XL, Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966 650-483-3694 miles. $9,000. text (925)786-5545 See
craigslist for pics.
$15.00 (650)544-5306 (650)589-1407 pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 Guthy-renker PoWer Rider,Ever-
last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
erciser $20 (510)770-1976 640 Motorcycles/Scooters
knee rider $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269 470 rooms BMW ‘03 F650 GS, $3899 OBO. Call
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leAther Golf bag with 23 clubs $90.
(650) 592-2648. hiP houSinG MotorCyCle SAddleBAGS,
Non-Profit Home Sharing Program with mounting hardware and other parts
Men'S roSSiGnol Skis. $95.00, San Mateo County $35. Call (650)670-2888.
good condition, (650)341-0282. (650)348-6660
one dozen Official League Diamond 645 Boats
Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger
(650)771-6324. 515 office Space BoAt- 7 FT Livingston Fiber Glass., 2.5
HP. NIssan Outboard Motor. $800.
totAl GyM XLS, excellent condition. (650) 591-5404.
Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
(650)588-0828 SuBletS AVAilABle!
MAliBu 24 ft with tower. Completely re-
VintAGe nASh Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
Healthcare Offices in built and re-finished. Boat and Motor.
Crystal Springs Village, SM. 20K obo. (650)851-0878.
ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
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Call for details! Upholstery. Call (650)898-5732.
Workout BenCh, weights, bars, for
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(650)861-2411 650 rVs
yAMAhA roof RACK, 58 inches $75. Gulf StreAM, Sun Voyager ‘04.
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food & Wine
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anyone is interested call for best offer Complete Repair & Service
(650)580-6405. Sell your vehicle in the $29.75 plus certificate fee
daily Journal’s (most cars)
340 Camera & Photo equip. Auto Classifieds. 869 California Drive .
nikon 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044 Just $45 (650) 340-0492
oMeGA B600 Condenser Enlarger, In- We’ll run it
struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En- ‘til you sell it!
larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940 SMoG CheCk
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ViVitAr V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
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reach 83,450 drivers VAlid Mon thru thu
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Palo Alto Look for coupon in the Daily Journal
345 Medical equipment luxurati Auto
Call (650)344-5200 704 N. San Mateo Dr., San Mateo
AdJuStABle BAth shower transfer
bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976 650-458-6666
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ested. (650)745-6309 Every Tuesday 11am 670 Auto Parts
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driVe 3-in-1 commode with seat,buck- 650-756-3394
et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10 1960S CAdillAC hub caps $40
(510)770-1976 (650)592-3887
CheVrolet ‘86 ASTROVAN, 95K
miles, $2000 (650)481-5296 BridGeStone AlenzA 235/65R17,
driVe deluXe two button walker $10
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CONDITION. $8888. (650)274-8284. used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
rAdiAtion ProteCtion 1/2-apron
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ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227- Got An older plastic/bumper/grill complete. Perfect
Photos. San Mateo $75 (650)727-7266
7742. CAr, BoAt, or rV?
WAlker/rolAtor. neW. large, bas- Do the humane thing. GM truCk/SuV 1994? Large Vehicle.
ket, quickly convert to wheelchair. Large Donate it to the Front Bumper/plastic/grill unit
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White StAr Tire Chains, never used.
Garage Sales hondA ‘12 CIVIC natural gas (lower
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CouCheS Bed tables TV clothes etc cost than gasoline) commute vehicle
appt only (650)388-2445 very good condition $7,900 (707)333- 680 Autos Wanted
Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
leXuS ‘06 330 white fully loaded, 149K Novas, running or not
GArAGe SAleS miles, $7,500. (650)302-5523 Parts collection etc.
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Give me a call
Joe 650 342-2483
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Make money, make room! 4650

List your upcoming MAzdA 2016 Sky Active one owner per-
garage sale, fect condition 4DR Silver Low miles
$18,995 OBO (650)520-4650.
moving sale,
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estate sale, 34,500 Excellent condition (650)796-
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rummage sale, PontiAC ‘97 Passenger Van. Aluminum

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clearance sale, or work! $900. Call (650)365-8287 or cell
whatever sale you 9650)714-3865.

have... toyotA ’96 Tercel Original owner,

30mpg, original paint/Interior, will not
start, $850.00 (650)367-0597.
Reach over 83,450 readers VW ‘13 TIQUAN, SUV, white, 80K miles,
from South San Francisco $9,800 (650)302-5523
to Palo Alto.
in your local newspaper. 625 Classic Cars
CAdillAC ‘85 Classic El Dorado
Call (650)344-5200 44,632 original miles. Needs body work
and headliner $2,475 OBO (650)218-
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little discouraging that we only get to 67% mended proceeding with the measure. 

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after positives,” he said. “That fact plus the
tremendous importance of Santa Clara and
their low approval illustrates the fact that
“There is a situation in which I’d say
don’t go to the ballot and I don’t believe
this is that situation. You’re really within
we need a very robust campaign to get this the margin of error at that two-thirds
over the finish line.” level,” said Sara LaBatt, principal at EMC.
cilman. “I’m pretty concerned that the num- According to the polls, 61% of Santa “We think this is possible. We think it’s
bers are softer than I’d like them to be and I Clara County voters support the tax and going to take work, it’s going to take com-
think we have our work cut out for us.” that county represents 49% of the voter mitment, but we think moving forward with
One of the numbers Stone may have had population. San Francisco voters are 28% some version of a revenue measure for
in mind is the percentage of likely voters of the voter population and 67% of them Caltrain to relieve traffic along the
who would support the Caltrain sales tax support the measure while San Mateo Peninsula is something people in this area
after receiving additional information County voters comprise 23% of the voter are very interested in.”
about it. Without information, 63% of like- population and 68% of them support it. Board members also heard support for the
ly voters support the tax and, with informa- The tax is also vulnerable to opposition, measure during the public comment portion
tion, that number jumps up to 66% or 67%. according to the polling. After hearing the of the meeting.
Board Member Dave Pine found that num- following opposition argument, voter sup- the measure were to be placed on the ballot “I’ve been saying Caltrain needs dedicat-
ber discouraging and noted that while ini- port shrank to 55%: “Some people say that in March 2020 rather than in November of ed funding for 20 years,” said resident Jeff
tial polling for Measure W was on par with we just can’t afford another tax in this area that year. Carter. “People don’t know that Caltrain is
a Caltrain sales tax, the former became when so many families are already strug- “If we do March, we have the challenge of in peril and could lead to service cuts or fare
more popular after additional information gling to stay in their homes. The new gas a lack of time for education. … Whoever hikes.”
was provided to likely voters. Measure W is tax and bridge tolls are already supposed to would do the outreach work has an enor- Caltrain is also expecting ridership
a half-cent sales tax increase for transporta- be going towards transit, but there’s just no mous lift to move the needle to the point demand to increase by 300% over the next
tion that San Mateo County voters way public transit improvements are going where I’m comfortable putting it on the 20 years and a dedicated funding source
approved in November. to significantly relieve the terrible traffic ballot in March,” he said, adding that the would be needed to meet that demand. 
“Our initial poll [for Measure W] showed on our clogged freeways or roads.” private sector may handle outreach efforts. Caltrain is currently funded largely by
similar support, but we also saw more of an Stone felt that there may not be enough Despite the board’s concerns, a represen- fare box revenue and by annual contribu-
upside after people hear positives so it’s a time for an effective outreach campaign if tative from EMC research, which conducted tions from the three counties it serves.
the polling, Sales tax revenue would supplement that
still recom- money if the measure passes. 
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