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CURRY FLAVOR
IN THE GARDEN
SHULKIN FIRED
TRUMP OUSTS VETERANS AFFAIRS SECRETARY,
TAPS HIS DOCTOR
TONAS SHARP
IN AN SHP WIN
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Millbrae OKs new development


Officials approve second mixed-use project at rail station this month
By Austin Walsh the early hours of Wednesday, March for hashing out lingering terms of a
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF 28. development agreement with appli-
Following hours of detailed analysis cant Vince Muzzi, community mem-
More development is headed to the and passionate discussion, officials bers encouraged officials to approve
Millbrae train station, as officials ultimately accepted the proposal to the project.
granted initial approval to another build 444 housing units, more than “We cannot prevent change, we can
mixed-use project aiming to build new 270,000 square feet of offices and up to only guide it to optimize it. This city
homes and work spaces at the rail stop. approximately 30,000 square feet of and Peninsula needs new housing. And
The Millbrae City Council voted 4- retail space in three towers up to 10 this project provides excellent new
1, with Councilman Wayne Lee dis- stories near the BART and Caltrain sta- housing,” said former mayor Robert
senting, in favor of the Serra Station tion. Gottschalk.
proposal after hours of deliberations While much of the conversation Rendering of the Serra Station development proposed near
during a meeting which spanned into among councilmembers was reserved See SERRA, Page 19 the Millbrae train station.

Economic growth
in Q4 revised up to
2.9 percent rate
Fastest growth in more than a decade
By Martin Crutsinger Inside
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — The U.S. econo-


my grew at a solid 2.9 percent annual
rate in the final three months of last
year, a sharp upward revision that caps
three quarters of the fastest growth in Stock indexes
end choppy day of
more than a decade. The Trump admin- trading slightly lower
istration is hoping the economy will See page 10
accelerate further this year, aided by
sizable tax cuts and increased government spending.
The gross domestic product, the country’s total output of
goods and services, grew at a faster clip than its previous
ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL estimate of 2.5 percent, the Commerce Department reported
Dozens of residents filled San Mateo City Hall Tuesday to weigh in on a 935-unit development proposed for a 14.5-acre site Wednesday.
near the Hayward Park Caltrain station. Residents waved red cards to show they agreed with the speaker. The development That 2.9 percent fourth quarter advance followed gains of
would replace the Concar Shopping Center with hundreds of apartments, a dining hall, open park space and a transit hub. 3.1 percent in the second quarter and 3.2 percent in the third
quarter. It’s the strongest nine-month stretch of growth in a

Residents weigh in on housing proposal dozen years, since the economy expanded at rates of 3.7
percent, 3.5 percent and 4.3 percent from the third quarter
of 2004 through the first quarter of 2005.
Lost amenities join traffic in concerns; others push more housing for Passage at San Mateo See ECONOMY, Page 19
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Polling: Support for school tax
How a 935-unit residential develop- San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District
ment proposed to replace the Concar
Shopping Center in San Mateo will
officials encouraged to float measure to fall ballot
affect the services and stores members By Austin Walsh
of neighboring communities use was DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
among the concerns residents aired at
the Planning Commission’s Tuesday Polling shows voters in the San Mateo-Foster City
study session. Elementary School District would likely pass a parcel tax,
In its first review by the commis- according to a report recommending officials pursue the
sion, a pre-application for the mixed- measure on the fall ballot.
use transit-oriented development near Godbe Research discovered 69 percent of likely voters in
the juncture of State Route 92 and the November elections would support a $298 parcel tax
COURTESY OF CALIFORNIA COASTAL PROPERTIES; MVE ARCHITECTS Highway 101 elicited a cool reception spanning nine years to generate operating revenue for the
Renderings of the proposed Passage at San Mateo, where initial plans suggest from many of its neighbors, who school system.
redevelopment of the Concar Shopping Center into housing and retail space near
the Hayward Park Caltrain station. See PASSAGE, Page 18 See POLL, Page 27

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Thought for the Day


“The fate of love is that it
always seems too little or too much.”
— Amelia Edith Barr, American author and journalist

This Day in History


World War II rationing of meat, fats and

1943 cheese began, limiting consumers to


store purchases of an average of about
2 pounds a week for beef, pork, lamb
and mutton using a coupon system.
In   1 6 3 8 , Swedish colonists settled in present-day
Delaware.
In  1 7 9 0 , the tenth president of the United States, John
Tyler, was born in Charles City County, Virginia.
In 1 7 9 2 ,  Sweden’s King Gustav III died, nearly two weeks
after he had been shot and mortally wounded by an assassin
during a masquerade party.
In  1 8 6 7 , Britain’s Parliament passed, and Queen Victoria
signed, the British North America Act creating the
Dominion of Canada, which came into being the following
July.
In 1 9 1 2 , British explorer Robert Falcon Scott, his doomed
expedition stranded in an Antarctic blizzard after failing to
be the first to reach the South Pole, wrote the last words of
his journal: “For Gods sake look after our people.”
In  1 9 3 6 , German Chancellor Adolf Hitler claimed over- REUTERS
whelming victory in a plebiscite on his policies. Richard Branson listens to speeches as he is inducted into the Flight Path Walk of Fame at Los Angeles Airport Flight Path
In 1 9 5 1 , Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were convicted in New Museum, highlighting his accomplishments in aviation and aerospace in Los Angeles.
York of conspiracy to commit espionage for the Soviet
Union. (They were executed in June 1953.) The Rodgers and
Hammerstein musical “The King and I” opened on In other news ...
Broadway. Virginia, home Tuesday night after
In  1 9 6 2 , Jack Paar hosted NBC’s “Tonight” show for the
Girls can apply to take peppering the town with signs asking
California ‘pot resort’ asking
final time. (Johnny Carson debuted as host the following N.H. governor’s job for day “Hey Prospect, does anyone know people to toke up privately
October.) CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire Darian?” LOS ANGELES — Plans to turn the
In  1 9 7 1 , Army Lt. William L. Calley Jr. was convicted of middle and high school girls have been The Richmond Times-Dispatch old California ghost town of Nipton
murdering 22 Vietnamese civilians in the 1968 My Lai (mee invited to apply to take Republican reports the company offered to trade into a marijuana paradise are on the
ly) massacre. (Calley ended up serving three years under Gov. Chris Sununu’s job for a day. Lipscomb a free trip for his family back burner for now, although visitors
house arrest.) Sununu on Wednesday announced the abroad its newest ship, Carnival to the area an hour outside Las Vegas are
Governor for a Day competition as part Horizon, in exchange for his Snapchat still encouraged to toke up privately.
Birthdays of Women’s History Month.
Applicants must answer the prompt “If
handle. The net worth of the trip is
about $5,000.
David Gwyther, president of
American Green, which bought Nipton
I were governor for a day, I would ... “ Organizers say Lipscomb will last year, said Tuesday getting the myr-
via either a written response of fewer receive customized surprises through- iad of approvals needed to turn it into a
than 250 words or a one-minute video. out the trip, which will be documented marijuana-themed resort could take
Written responses can be emailed to on the cruise’s social channels. some time.
GovernorForADay(at)nh.gov or sent In the meantime he says plans are
to the governor’s office. Video submis- Herbalist pleads not proceeding to renovate the town for
sions must be sent as private messages when that day comes.
to Sununu’s Facebook messenger guilty in death of diabetic boy Nipton recently got licenses to sell
account. LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles liquor and lottery tickets. It’s also
Comedian Eric Idle Actor Christopher Actress Lucy Sununu says the goal is to ensure the herbalist who touted natural cures has building a swimming hole and improv-
is 75. Lambert is 61. Lawless is 50. state’s next generation of leaders feels pleaded not guilty in the death of a 13- ing its small hotel.
empowered to lead. year-old diabetic boy he allegedly
Author Judith Guest is 82. Former British Prime Minister The contest is a partnership with treated with herbal oils instead of Juvenile driver fleeing
Sir John Major is 75. Composer Vangelis is 75. Basketball Girls Inc., Girl Scouts and Granite Girls
Hall of Famer Walt Frazier is 73. Singer Bobby Kimball (Toto) State.
insulin. San Diego deputy hits gas pump
is 71. Actor Bud Cort is 70. Actor Brendan Gleeson is 63. City News Service says 83-year-old SAN DIEGO — The San Diego
The deadline is April 30. Timothy Morrow entered pleas Tuesday
Actor Christopher Lawford is 63. Pro and College Football County Sheriff’s Department says a
to misdemeanor charges of practicing
Hall of Famer Earl Campbell is 63. Actress Marina Sirtis is 63. Carnival Cruise trades cruise medicine without a license and child
juvenile who allegedly stole his family
International Gymnastics Hall of Famer Kurt Thomas is 62. vehicle led a patrol unit on a chase that
Rock singer Perry Farrell (Porno for Pyros; Jane’s Addiction)
for teen’s Snapchat handle abuse causing a death. ended with a crash into a gas station
is 59. Comedian-actress Amy Sedaris is 57. Model Elle PROSPECT, Va. — Carnival Cruise Morrow began treating the boy in pump.
Macpherson is 55. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., is rolled into a small Virginia town this 2014 after his mother attended A department statement says the
54. Movie director Michel Hazanavicius is 51. Rock singer- week on the hunt for a local teen and Morrow’s seminars. incident began early Tuesday morning
musician John Popper (Blues Traveler) is 51. Country singer his coveted Snapchat handle Prosecutors claim Morrow told the in the Spring Valley area when a deputy
Regina Leigh (Regina Regina) is 50. Country singer Brady @CarnivalCruise. parents to use herbal oils instead of attempted to stop the pickup truck for
Seals is 49. Former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs The company surprised 15-year-old insulin after the boy became semi-com- driving without lights on during dark-
is 47. CBS News correspondent Lara Logan is 47. Darian Lipscomb at his Prospect, atose. He died the next day. ness.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Thursday • March 29, 2018 3


Couple charged with faking petition signatures Police reports

Referendum challenged temporary rent control measures in Pacifica Who ya gonna call?
An old fire station was found to have a
By Julia Cheever already decided to put a permanent rent sta- broken window and possibly squatters
BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE Comment on bilization on the November ballot. inside on O’neill Avenue in Belmont, it
or share this story at The permanent measure was defeated by was reported at 3:18 p.m. Thursday,
voters on Nov. 7. March 15.
A Utah couple is expected to be brought to www.smdailyjournal.com Wagstaffe said the fraud allegations con-
San Mateo County Superior Court within cerned only the challenge to the temporary
two weeks for arraignment on charges of The referendum, supported by the rent stabilization ordinance. SAN CARLOS
fraud in collecting petition signatures for a California Apartment Association and San He said the couple is suspected of falsify-
Pacifica referendum last year, according to Theft. An East Palo Alto man was cited and
Mateo County Association of Realtors, ing more than 100 signatures, but investi- released on a promise to appear in court for
District Attorney Stephen Wagstaffe. concerned a temporary rent stabilization gators stopped counting when they reached
Bradley Jasperson, 36, and Jentry attempting to steal $85 worth of merchan-
and just evictions measure enacted by the 100 allegedly forged signatures.
Jasperson, 33, of Goshen, Utah, were dise on Old County Road, it was reported at
Pacifica City Council in April 2017. Prosecutors then decided it would be suffi-
charged in a criminal complaint on March 8 1:27 p.m. Tuesday, March 20.
The measure was intended as a lead-up to a cient to charge each defendant with five dif-
and arrested in Reno, Nevada, last weekend. Grand theft. An unknown person stole
November 2017 vote by city residents on a ferent examples of election fraud and identi-
They were working at a Tesla factory there, permanent rent stabilization measure, in $1,000 worth of power tools on Hemlock
ty theft, for a total of 10 cases of falsified
Wagstaffe said. which rent increases in buildings with three Street, it was reported at 5 a.m. Tuesday,
signatures.
The husband and wife are each charged or more apartments would generally be tied March 20.
Wagstaffe said the defendants used the
with one joint count of perjury in certifying to annual rises in the consumer price index. names of real county residents, but alleged- Co ntro l l ed s ubs tance paraphernal i a.
the signatures, five counts of election fraud The temporary law was due to go into ly forged their signatures. They were paid $5 A San Carlos resident was cited and
and five counts of identity theft in forging effect on May 24, 2017, but did not, because per signature. The criminal investigation released on a promise to appear in court for
signatures between May 5 and 14, 2017. opponents collected more than the 2,427 began when elections officials alerted pros- being found in possession of parapherna-
Wagstaffe said Wednesday that the couple signatures needed to put the referendum on ecutors that some signatures did not appear lia on Brittan Avenue and El Camino Real,
has waived extradition proceedings and will the ballot. to be genuine. it was reported at 7:27 p. m. Monday,
be transported to San Mateo County by The referendum on the temporary measure “This type of fraud cuts to the core of March 19.
county sheriff’s deputies within two weeks. was not held because the City Council had democracy,” the district attorney said.
REDWOOD CITY
Di s t urb an c e . Three men attempted to
Man shot by police gets 24 years prison attack someone while they were getting
food on Broadway, it was reported at 11:26
p.m. Sunday, March 24.
South San Francisco man determined to show a danger to society Arres t. Someone was arrested for refusing
to pay their restaurant bill on Twin
By Supriya Yelimeli Prosecutors said Garcia had put the victim threats, but the jury found him not guilty of Dolphin Drive, it was reported at 10:52
BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE in a headlock, choking the man until he felony brandishing and threatening an offi- p.m. Sunday, March 24.
“saw stars.” After the victim broke free, cer. Pe t t y t h e f t . Someone was cited and
A 41-year-old man who was shot by a Garcia threw a wooden statue and threatened Defense attorney Kevin Allen was not released for attempting to steal food from a
police officer in South San Francisco was to kill him. immediately available to comment on his store on Woodside Road, it was reported at
sentenced Wednesday to 24 years in prison, Garcia went into the garage, where he kept client’s case. 12:08 p.m. Sunday, March 24.
San Mateo County prosecutors said. a gun safe, and the victim ran out of the
Mario Garcia was found guilty earlier this house with Garcia’s sister, who was holding
month of five felony counts, including her 1-year-old child.
assault on an officer with a gun, two more Police arrived on scene and Garcia came
assaults, possession of a firearm and pos- outside with a gun that he began to slowly
session of a firearm by a felon. raise. He was ordered to drop it, but did not
San Mateo County Superior Court Judge comply, and Cpl. Ivan de la Cruz fired five
Mark Forcum decided that Garcia’s actions shots — striking Garcia twice.
on the day of the assault, and his lack of Garcia crawled back inside, hid the gun in
remorse Wednesday in court, showed that he his safe and surrendered, but he made threats
poses a danger to the community for the rest against officers as well as the victim after
of his life. being transported to a hospital.
Police officers and Garcia’s sister also A search of the scene revealed nine guns
spoke at the sentencing hearing Wednesday, in Garcia’s safe, including an illegal assault
according to District Attorney Steve rifle.
Wagstaffe. At the end of a 21-day jury trial, Garcia
South San Francisco police responded to a was convicted March 5 of felony assault on
fight inside a residence on the 600 block of an officer with a firearm, felony assault,
Hemlock Avenue at 10:10 p.m. on March felony assault with a deadly weapon, felony
31, 2016. possession of an assault rifle and felony
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Sex offender Kleiman, who is in cus-


Local briefs Man arrested for tody on $175,000 bail,
arrested for sexual assault when he got into a verbal argument with a 41-
stabbing in Montara pleaded not guilty to his
A San Mateo man is behind bars for year-old co-worker April 29. After getting off An El Granada man was arrested for stab- charge Wednesday and
attempting to rape an intoxicated woman on work around midnight, the dispute turned bing another man on the 100 block of will next appear in court
the first block of 42nd Avenue Tuesday physical and the victim threw a punch. Hermosa Road in April 11 for preliminary
evening, according to police. Sanchez then allegedly pulled out a knife and Montara on the morning hearing, according to
At approximately 5:11 p.m., police stabbed the victim several times in the torso of Wednesday, March 21, Wagstaffe.
responded to the location on the report of a causing severe cuts to his lower stomach, according to the San On Jan. 20, 2012,
man and a woman engaging in sexual activi- shoulder and armpit, according to prosecu- Mateo County Sheriff’s Kleiman took a plea deal
ty in a parking lot. When they arrived, the Office.
Bradley offering him a seven-year
tors. Kleiman
intoxicated woman who was at times unre- Though Sanchez posted bail after his At approximately 4 term for killing Calvache
sponsive, said the sexual contact with the arrest, he failed to appear to a June 20 court a.m., deputies responded in the pool house of his
unknown man was against her will, according date. After a bench warrant was issued, his to the location on the parents’ residence June 15, 2010. The deal
to police. defense attorney contacted prosecutors to report of a stabbing and was struck seven days after his trial began
Officers located the man a short distance inform them his client had been picked up by Phillip Turner found a man in critical and after serious proof issues surfaced,
away and he was identified as Eli Joseph U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement condition. He was trans- according to prosecutors.
Walker, 34. He was found to be a registered agents and was being held at the Yuba County ported to the hospital in critical condition, Hillsborough police arrested Kleiman after
sex offender and was identified as the man Jail, which contracts with ICE to serve as a according to the Sheriff’s Office. responding to his 911 call seeking help
who assaulted the victim. Walker was arrested federal detention facility, prosecutors said Phillip Turner, 28, was identified as the inside the pool house of his parents’ five-
for various charges and transported to San previously. suspect and placed under arrest, according to bedroom main house on De Sabla Road.
Mateo County Jail, according to police. ICE was able to identify Sanchez for possi- the Sheriff’s Office. Kleiman said he and Calvache were alone on
ble deportation using the fingerprints he was the property and that he shot him during a
Charges dismissed required to submit when he was booked. Felony charge for struggle after his friend pulled a gun on him.
Prosecutors also say the friends had made
against kitchen worker Those fingerprints were put into a U.S. Hillsborough man who killed friend plans to go to dinner together before the
Department of Justice database, which ICE
Charges against a San Leandro man accused accesses for the purpose of determining A Hillsborough man who pleaded no con- altercation. When police arrived, they
of stabbing a co-worker outside a San Carlos which defendants they want to take into cus- test to voluntary manslaughter for shooting reportedly found Kleiman carrying marijuana
restaurant last year were dismissed Wednesday tody, prosecutors said previously. and killing his friend in 2010 is facing a plants in the backyard and a weapon and cas-
after prosecutors spoke with two witnesses On June 30, a San Mateo County Superior felony charge Wednesday after he was seen ings inside the pool house.
whose accounts contradicted the victim’s, Court judge signed an order instructing feder- asking to look at and handling .40-caliber Calvache was shot twice in the head and
according to the San Mateo County District al immigration officials to return the man to handguns at a San Carlos gun store this once in the buttocks.
Attorney’s Office. local authorities so he could be prosecuted month, according to the San Mateo County Prosecutors previously said the decision to
District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said here, according to prosecutors. District Attorney’s Office. offer Kleiman a plea deal was made after
prosecutors opted to drop charges of felony Sanchez still has a pending misdemeanor Prosecutors were reviewing an alleged vio- weighing the likelihood of success before a
assault with a deadly weapon causing great case dating back to 2004 for being under the lation of Bradley Allen Kleiman’s parole jury against the possibility of a hung jury or
bodily injury against 36-year-old Bulmaro influence of drugs in San Mateo. Wagstaffe when they learned he not only walked into acquittal after a judge ruled Kleiman’s police
Maldonado Sanchez, who claimed he stabbed said Sanchez will have an immigration attor- Imbert & Smithers at 1144 El Camino Real statement was inadmissible and evidence
the man in self-defense, after recently learn- ney and a court-appointed attorney assisting March 14 but also allegedly touched and revealed the gun belonged to the Calvache.
ing about and interviewing the witnesses. him when he appears in court Thursday. inspected three guns. Kleiman, 38, had been
Sanchez, a 35-year-old San Leandro resi- Sanchez remains in custody on the misde- out on parole after finishing a seven-year Transient arrested
dent, worked in the kitchen at Town meanor charge on $1,000 bail, according to prison sentence for killing 30-year-old for gas station robbery
Restaurant on Laurel Street in San Carlos prosecutors. Christopher Calvache in 2010.
Because Kleiman was convicted of a seri- A man who allegedly robbed a gas station
ous violent felony, it is illegal for him to in Pacifica last week was found and arrested
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Legal woes beset woman


who sneaks onto flights
By Don Babwin The hearing is the lat-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS est chapter in a story
that’s played out the
CHICAGO — What to do with Marilyn past decade in Chicago,
Hartman? Hawaii, San Francisco,
That’s the question at a hearing Thursday Florida and elsewhere. It
for a 66-year-old woman dubbed the “serial will again display the
stowaway” for a history of trying to sneak case of a woman who
onto commercial jets without a ticket. frustrates the legal sys-
She’s behind bars, not because she faces Marilyn tem — voiced by a judge
charges that she slipped onto a jet from Hartman in 2016 when Hartman
REUTERS Chicago to London, but because of what was arrested at O’Hare
Rescue workers attend the scene where a Tesla electric SUV crashed into a barrier on the judge who set her free told her not to International Airport after being placed on
Highway 101 in Mountain View. do: She returned to the airport. mental health probation and released to a
Now, two months after a judge ordered nursing home.

Tesla: Crash was worsened by Hartman held without bond — a move typ-
ically reserved for dangerous offenders
such as murder suspects — her attorney is
expected to seek her release from jail.
“We can’t keep doing this over and over
and over again, ” Cook County Circuit
Judge William Raines said.
Hartman has been nabbed in and near air-

missing freeway barrier shield


By Tom Krisher has dispatched a two-person team.
Parle Roe-Taylor won’t say whether men-
tal health professionals have concluded
Hartman is legally sane as they have
ports dozens of times and made it onto
planes maybe half-dozen times. Recently,
she made it into the air on a flight from
before. Or will she say if she’s found a men- Chicago to London.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tesla’s semi-autonomous system is tal health facility or another place to stay Why she does it is unclear. Though she
designed to keep a vehicle centered in its for Hartman. refused to be interviewed for this story, she
DETROIT — A missing or damaged safety lane at a set distance from cars in front of it But she says Hartman doesn’t belong in has tried to explain.
shield on the end of a California freeway bar- and also can change lanes and brake auto- jail. “I feel the need to get on a plane to go
rier worsened the impact of a crash involv- matically. “She is not violent, she’s not demon- away,” she told Joe Eskenazi for a 2015
ing a Tesla SUV that killed a man last week, Photographs taken of the SUV show the strated to be a harm to herself. There is no San Francisco Magazine story.
the electric car maker said on its website. front of the vehicle was obliterated. Its hood reason to take her out of society,” said “She’s very clever, ” said San Mateo
The company also said in the statement was ripped off and its front wheels were Roe-Taylor, a Cook County public defend- County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe,
that it doesn’t know what caused the Model X strewn on the freeway. Two other cars were er’s office attorney. whose office became acquainted with
to crash Friday on Highway 101 near involved in the crash, but their drivers were But that might happen. After years of Hartman when she tried repeatedly to get
Mountain View, and it’s also unsure if the not reported injured, the CHP said. arrests followed by brief stays in jails and past security at San Francisco
SUV was operating on its semi-autonomous Tesla said it in the statement late Tuesday mental health facilities, Hartman is in big International Airport in 2014. “She
“Autopilot” system. Tesla said it’s working that it was “deeply saddened” by the crash, legal trouble. Because she allegedly described it once to one of our detectives,
with authorities to recover logs from the which it said was made more severe because a remained in the airport intending to com- how she does this roll and spin move to get
damaged SUV’s computer. crash attenuator, which protects vehicles mit theft — a flight she didn’t pay for — by boarding and onto an airplane.”
The SUV was traveling at “freeway speed” from hitting the end of concrete lane divider, and boarded the jet for the same reason, she Her persistence showed in January at
when it hit the barrier near Mountain View. had either been removed or damaged in a faces felony burglary charges that carry a O’Hare.
The California Highway Patrol says the SUV prior accident and was not replaced. “We maximum sentence of seven years in “She hid her face with her hair and walked
caught fire for unknown reasons. Wei Huang, have never seen this level of damage to a prison. She’s also charged with felony past the (TSA) officers, ” said Tandra
the 38-year-old driver from San Mateo, was Model X in any other crash,” the company criminal trespassing. Simonton, Cook County State’s Attorney’s
pulled from the vehicle by rescuers and later wrote. office spokeswoman.
died at a hospital. Tesla also said its owners have driven the
On Wednesday, the U.S. Highway Traffic same stretch of road with Autopilot on about
Safety Administration, which regulates road 85,000 times since 2015, and to its knowl-
safety, said it would send investigators to edge, there has never been a crash. Tesla says
California. The National Transportation its data shows that a gasoline-powered car in
Safety Board, which investigates crashes the U.S. is five times more likely to experi-
and makes safety recommendations, already ence a fire than a Tesla.

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At public wake, community mourns


Sacramento man, 22, killed by police
By Don Thompson
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SACRAMENTO — A Sacramento
church is the latest site of mourning
over the death of 22-year-old Stephon
Clark at the hands of police last week,
with family, friends and strangers
gathering Wednesday for his public REUTERS
wake. The galaxy named NGC 1052-DF2, a large fuzzy-looking galaxy
Some attendees wore black shirts so diffused that astronomers call it a ‘see-through’ galaxy
calling for justice, while one woman because its missing most, if not all of its dark matter, is shown
held up a clenched fist as she exited the in this photo obtained from NASA.
church. The wake was largely quiet
until Clark’s brother, Stevante Clark,
shouted at the media to leave before
being picked up and carried away. The
outburst came a day after he disrupted a
Astronomers baffled
Sacramento City Council meeting and
chanted his brother’s name at Mayor
Darrell Steinberg.
by distant galaxy
Some at the church expressed anger
and said the two police officers who
shot Clark should be charged, while
other mourners said they could clearly
Deonnah Conway holds candles during a protest over the police shooting of
Stephon Clark, in Sacramento.
REUTERS
void of dark matter
By Seth Borenstein
envision their own families in Clark’s shooting of Clark. Two Sacramento and marchers have twice blocked fans THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
family’s place. police officers were responding to a from entering the NBA arena down-
“This feels like the 60s, it doesn’t report of someone breaking car win- town for Sacramento Kings games. WASHINGTON — It’s a double cosmic conundrum: Lots of
feel like 2018. We’ve definitely dows fatally shot him in his grandpar- The police, the Kings and Steinberg’s stuff that was already invisible has gone missing.
regressed, ” said Cynthia Brown, a ents’ backyard. Police say they believe office planned to meet Wednesday to Astronomers have found a distant galaxy where there is
friend of Clark’s grandfather who Clark was the suspect and he ran when a discuss security ahead of Thursday no dark matter.
brought her 10- and 15-year-old grand- police helicopter responded, then did night’s game. Sgt. Vince Chandler said Dark matter is called “dark” because it can’t be seen. It is
sons to the wake. “To me, (they) could not obey officers’ orders. officers would be ready to respond in the mysterious and invisible skeleton of the universe that
be Stephon Clark.” Police say they thought Clark was protective gear, according to The scientists figure makes up about 27 percent of the cosmos.
The Rev. Al Sharpton plans to deliv- holding a gun when he moved toward Sacramento Bee. Scientists only know dark matter exists because they can
er the eulogy at Clark’s Thursday funer- them, but he was found only with a Meanwhile, Steinberg said disrup- observe how it pushes and pulls things they can see, like
al. cellphone. tions like Stevante Clark’s at stars.
Tensions remain high in California’s Protests have been held almost daily Tuesday’s council meeting won’t hap- It’s supposed to be everywhere.
capital city following the March 18 pen again. But Yale University astronomer Pieter van Dokkum and
colleagues spied a vast, old galaxy with relatively few stars

Students rally against gun violence in Paul Ryan’s town where what you see truly is what you get. The galaxy’s stars
are speeding around with no apparent influence from dark
matter, according to a study published in Wednesday’s jour-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS when the marchers America. Enough is enough. ”
nal Nature .
arrived.
JANESVILLE, Wis. — Some The students carried signs reading Instead of shaking the very foundations of physics, sci-
The march came
Wisconsin students who took their “No more silence! End gun violence” entists say this absence of dark matter may help prove the
more than a month
demonstration against gun violence and “Books not bullets,” and they existence of, wait for it, dark matter.
after a gunman
on the road reached their destination chanted “Hey hey, ho ho, the NRA has “Not sure what to make of it, but it is definitely intrigu-
killed 17 students
Wednesday — House Speaker Paul got to go.” ing, ” wrote Case Western Reserve astronomer Stacy
and staff members
Ryan’s home turf. at Marjory One supporter took the podium dur- McGaugh, who was not part of the study, in an email. “This
About 50 students set out Sunday Stoneman Douglas ing the demonstration and broke down is a weird galaxy.”
from Madison on their “50 Miles High School in in tears. “I am standing here so my Van Dokkum studies diffuse galaxies, ones that cover
More” march. They reached their desti- Paul Ryan Parkland, Florida. voice is heard. We are all standing here enormous areas but have relatively few stars. To look for
nation in Janesville and demonstrated Bea Wi n do rs k i so our voices will be heard. And if Paul them he and colleagues built their own makeshift telescope
in a park for stricter gun laws. Ryan, a said she marched because gun vio- Ryan and other politicians refuse, then out of 48 telephoto lenses that he first tested by using a toy
Republican who has opposed gun l en ce “affect s ev ery single we will take our voices to the voting flashlight to shine a light on a paper clip. The bug-eyed tel-
restrictions, is in the Czech Republic American, especially the students of booth in November, ” said Maria escope, called Dragonfly , peers into the sky from New
on an official visit and was not there Mandoza, a march supporter. Mexico.

Ready to Reconnect Jurors begin deliberations in


with Your Catholic Faith? trial of Pulse shooter’s wife
By Tamara Lush
You are invited to explore re-engaging THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

with the church through LANDINGS. ORLANDO, Fla. — Jurors deliberated Wednesday whether
LANDINGS is a 10 week program that offers a the widow of the Orlando nightclub shooter lied to the FBI
and helped her husband in the attack that
place for listening and for being heard. It is for killed 49 people or was an abused wife
asking questions and finding answers. This who knew nothing of his plans.
Noor Salman, 31, is charged with
rewarding experience is sponsored by Our obstruction and providing material sup-
Lady of Angels Church in Burlingame. port to a terrorist organization. She faces
up to life in prison if convicted of all
charges.
A new session is starting soon. Prosecutors said Salman and Mateen
scouted out potential targets together —
For more information Noor Salman including Disney World’s shopping and
email: landings@olaparish.org entertainment complex — and she knew he was buying
ammunition for his AR-15 in preparation for a jihadi attack.
In the hours after the shooting, she lied to the FBI about
the number of guns her husband had and his internet use,
which included watching beheadings and visiting Islamic
State group websites.
“She does not have to be his equal in the attack, and in
fact she is not,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Sara Sweeney
1721 Hillside Dr. said.
Defense attorneys described Salman, who was born in
Burlingame California to Palestinian parents, as a simple woman with a
(650) 347-7768 low IQ. She was abused by her husband, who cheated on her
with other women and concealed much of his life from her,
they said.
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Trump: Second Amendment won’t be repealed


By Alan Fram the Second Amendment. Any effort to do so
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS would be unlikely to succeed in today’s divi-
sive political climate. Under the most com-
mon way to amend the Constitution, the
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump House and Senate would both need to
tweeted Wednesday that the Second approve the proposal by two-thirds majori-
Amendment “WILL NEVER BE REPEALED” ties. It would then need to be ratified by
and called on voters to elect more three-fourths of the states.
Republicans in this fall’s congressional Political parties do not technically
elections because the GOP “must ALWAYS “hold” the Supreme Court like they control
hold the Supreme Court.” Congress.
Trump’s statements came a day after Justices are nominated by presidents and
retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul must be confirmed by the Senate. It is true
Stevens wrote in an essay in The New York justices often reflect the political views of
Times that repealing the amendment would presidents who select them, but that is not
make it easier for Congress to enact gun always the case.
control legislation. Of the current nine justices, the four con-
Last month’s shootings that killed 17 sidered to comprise the court’s conservative
people at a high school in Parkland, wing were appointed by GOP presidents and
Florida, have galvanized young people, lib- the four more liberal judges were selected by
erals and Democrats for a renewed push to Democratic presidents. The ninth, often
curb firearms. That has included demonstra- considered the crucial swing vote, is
tions that have drawn hundreds of thousands Anthony Kennedy, who was nominated by
of marchers in cities across the country. REUTERS FILE PHOTO
Republican President Ronald Reagan.
“THE SECOND AMENDMENT WILL Donald Trump waves as he walks on South Lawn of the White House. Trump would have an easier time filling
NEVER BE REPEALED!” Trump tweeted ALWAYS hold the Supreme Court!” confiscate guns from people considered the next Supreme Court vacancy if
early Wednesday. “As much as Democrats As with many issues, Trump’s stated posi- dangerous even without court permission Republicans can expand their current 51-49
would like to see this happen, and despite tion on guns has been inconsistent. In a tel- and expanding required background checks Senate majority in November’s elections.
the words yesterday of former Supreme evised meeting after the Parkland massacre to also cover private gun sales. He’s since The Supreme Court ruled in 2008 that the
Court Justice Stevens, NO WAY. We need with shooting survivors, lawmakers and abandoned those views. Second Amendment lets people own guns
more Republicans in 2018 and must others, he suggested letting authorities There is no current, major push to repeal for self-defense.

U.S. economic growth in Q4 revised up to 2.9 percent rate


By Martin Crutsinger It’s the strongest nine-month stretch of ond longest, surpassing the expansion of President Donald Trump often points to the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS growth in a dozen years, since the economy the 1960s next month. If it lasts through pickup in growth last year as evidence that
expanded at rates of 3.7 percent, 3.5 percent June 2019, it will become the new record- his economic program of tax cuts, deregula-
WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy grew and 4.3 percent from the third quarter of 2004 holder, surpassing the 10-year expansion tion and stronger enforcement of trade deals
at a solid 2.9 percent annual rate in the final through the first quarter of 2005 from March 1991 to March 2001. is already having a positive impact.
three months of last year, a sharp upward Wednesday’s revision, the government’s The updated growth figure reflected in part During the 2016 campaign, Trump prom-
revision that caps three quarters of the fastest third and final look at GDP in the quarter, more spending by consumers in services ised to double growth, which has averaged a
growth in more than a decade. The Trump was better than analysts had been expect- including auto repairs. Overall consumer lackluster 2.2 percent annually since the
administration is hoping the economy will ing. spending grew at the fastest pace in three recession ended.
accelerate further this year, aided by sizable “The economy’s wheels were spinning years. The revision also reflected less of a While Trump has talked about hitting GDP
tax cuts and increased government spending. faster than we thought in the fourth quarter,” slowdown in inventory rebuilding than pre- growth of 4 percent or better, his budget is
The gross domestic product, the country’s said Chris Rupkey, chief financial econo- viously thought, stronger business spend- based on an expectation that the economy
total output of goods and services, grew at a mist at MUFG Union Bank in New York. ing on new structures and more spending by will expand at average annual rates of 3 per-
faster clip than its previous estimate of 2.5 “There is nothing in today’s report that state and local governments. cent over the next decade. That forecast has
percent, the Commerce Department reported holds the economy back from its historical For the year, the GDP expanded 2.3 per- been challenged as overly optimistic by pri-
Wednesday. run to beat the 10-year expansion of the cent, a solid rebound from a 1.5 percent GDP vate forecasters who point to the retirements
That 2.9 percent fourth quarter advance fol- Clinton years in the 1990s.” increase in 2016, which had been the weak- of the baby boom generation and lagging
lowed gains of 3.1 percent in the second The current expansion is already the third est showing since the last recession ended in productivity as factors likely to constrain
quarter and 3.2 percent in the third quarter. longest on record and will become the sec- 2009. growth.

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Emails: Conservatives slammed


Pence in 2015 for changing law
By Brian Slodysko It’s unclear how many
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of Pence’s emails are
being withheld, includ-
INDIANAPOLIS — Then-Indiana Gov. ing those sent from a pri-
Mike Pence faced a firestorm of criticism vate AOL.com email
three years ago after signing a “religious address he used to conduct
freedom” law critics decried as anti-gay. state business. Indiana’s
Now emails released this week to the open records law gives
Associated Press illustrate similar backlash government officials
from fellow conservatives when the eventu- Mike Pence wide latitude to do so.
al vice president agreed to change the law in More than 1,300 pages
the face of widespread boycott threats. of records that were previously released
“Indiana is fronted by a coward,” reads a largely consist of correspondence from
March 31 email to Pence’s office, which was staffers sharing press releases, news articles
among more than 1,400 pages of documents or laudatory notes from Pence’s fans.
obtained under Indiana’s public records law. Many of the messages between Pence and
“I just watched your boss throw the ENTIRE his top aides are redacted. But emails span-
Christian population in America under the ning from March to July 2015 do offer a REUTERS FILE PHOTO
Left’s Gay Extortion Bus.” glimpse of his administration’s efforts to U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin waits to testify to the House Veterans’ Affairs
The correspondence from Pence’s official battle back against negative headlines from Committee on the VA’s budget request for FY 2019 on Capitol Hill.
and private email accounts, which the AP the “religious freedom” law, while closely
first requested when he joined President
Donald Trump’s campaign, offer a window
into one of the most challenging periods of
tracking what conservatives had to say
about Pence, who harbored presidential
ambitions.
President Trump fires Veterans
“It has been a challenging week,” chief of
his political career.
It was a time when Pence — who describes
himself as “a Christian, a conservative and a
Republican, in that order — came under
state Jim Atterholt wrote in an April 2 email
response to a Pence supporter who criticized
the changes made to the law.
Affairs Secretary David Shulkin
By Hope Yen and Zeke Miller the president’s health, according to a person
intense pressure from moderate Republicans, Days earlier, Pence had signed the initial THE ASSOCIATED PRESS familiar with the president’s thinking but
as well as the state’s business community to version of the law during a closed door cere- not authorized to discuss private conversa-
act in the face of a growing public relations mony that included several well-known WASHINGTON — President Donald tions.
crisis. social conservative activists. Trump fired Veterans Affairs Secretary David The promotion of Jackson marks the lat-
Shulkin on Wednesday and nominated est Trump hire to be driven at least as much
Police: Russian ex-spy likely poisoned at front door White House doctor Ronny Jackson to by personal familiarity with the president
replace him in the wake of a bruising ethics as by his vision for the role.
By Danica Kirka and Heintz Haydon said in the statement. scandal and a mounting rebellion within Brigadier General Dr. Richard Tubb, who
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Police have also searched a variety of the agency. trained Jackson, said in a letter read at
sites around Salisbury, including a pub, a A Navy rear admiral, Jackson is a surprise Jackson’s briefing that the doctor had been
LONDON — The Russian ex-spy and his restaurant and a cemetery. choice to succeed Shulkin, a former Obama attached like “Velcro” to Trump since
daughter left critically ill in a nerve agent Britain has blamed Russia for the attack, administration official and the first non- Inauguration Day.
attack three weeks ago were probably poi- triggering the expulsion of about 150 veteran ever to head the VA. Trump had been “On any given day,” he wrote,”the ‘physi-
soned at the front door of their home in Russian diplomats from the U.K., U.S. and considering replacements for Shulkin for cian’s office,’ as it is known, is generally
southwestern England, British police said their Western allies. Russia has vowed to weeks, but had not been known to be con- the first and last to see the President.”
Wednesday. respond, but a senior diplomat said sidering Jackson for the role. A White House official said Shulkin was
It was the first time police have said where Wednesday there is no hurry to retaliate. In a statement, Trump praised Jackson as informed of his dismissal by Chief of Staff
they thought Sergei Skripal and his daugh- Russia vehemently denies Britain’s accu- “highly trained and qualified.” It was a deci- John Kelly before the president announced
ter Yulia might have been poisoned. sation that it was behind the March 4 attack. sion that signaled Trump wanted to go with the move on Twitter on Wednesday after-
The highest concentration of nerve agent Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei someone he knows and trusts, rather than noon.
found so far was on the Skripals’ front door Ryabkov told the RIA Novosti state news the candidate with the longest resume, to run Trump had considered several others for
in Salisbury, and detectives plan to focus agency that Moscow is “thoughtfully and a massive agency facing huge bureaucratic the post, including conservative “Fox &
their investigation in the surrounding area, thoroughly” considering its response. challenges. Friends” contributor Pete Hegseth. The
London’s Metropolitan Police force said in Separately, he was quoted by the Interfax Jackson has served since 2013 as the White House was hopeful Jackson will have
a statement. news agency as saying the expulsions were physician to the president, one of the peo- a smoother confirmation process because he
“At this point in our investigation, we directed by London and Washington, adding ple in closest proximity to Trump day in and was chosen for his current position during
believe the Skripals first came in contact that other nations succumbed to their pres- day out. former President Barack Obama’s adminis-
with the nerve agent from their front door,” sure. He added that “all options are on the His profile rose after he conducted a tration.
Deputy Assistant Commissioner Dean table” regarding Russia’s response. sweeping press conference about the presi- But a major veterans’ organization
dent’s medical exam in January in which he expressed concern over Shulkin’s dismissal
impressed Trump with his camera-ready and Trump’s intention to nominate Jackson,
demeanor and deft navigation of reporters’ whom they worried lacked experience to run
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Kim, Xi portray strong ties after


North Korea leader’s China trip
By Gillian Wong and Kim Tong-Hyung Wednesday depicted in effusive terms warm
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ties between the leaders in an effort to
downplay recent tensions over Kim’s devel-
BEIJING — With smiles and firm hand- opment of nuclear weapons and long-range
shakes, North Korea and China used a sur- missiles.
prise summit this week to show that despite In the reports, “Kim reaffirms the tradi-
recent tensions, Pyongyang still has a tional friendship between the two countries
powerful backer and Beijing will not be as if nothing had ever happened, when the
sidelined in discussions about the fate of its relationship had plummeted to unprecedent-
unpredictable neighbor. ed lows,” said Bonnie Glaser, an Asia expert
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s secre- at the Center for Strategic and International
tive talks with Chinese President Xi Studies.
Jinping in Beijing — which were not con- Ties in recent months have frayed as
firmed until after his return home — appear China supported tougher U.N. sanctions on
aimed at improving both countries’ posi- North Korea and suspended coal and iron ore
tions ahead of Kim’s anticipated meetings imports. Pyongyang last year seemingly
with South Korean President Moon Jae-in sought to humiliate Beijing by timing
and U.S. President Donald Trump in the some of its missile tests for major global
coming weeks. summits in China.
A key objective for Beijing is to reassert Kim made the visit to China at Xi’s invi-
its relevance to the talks, from which it has tation, China’s official Xinhua News
been excluded. China has appeared increas- Agency said, in his first trip to a foreign
ingly shut out as its relations with the REUTERS country since he took power in 2011.
North deteriorated and Pyongyang reached North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Chinese President Xi Jinping shake hands, as Kim Jong Xinhua said the trip ran from Sunday to
out to Seoul and Washington. Un, right, paid an unofficial visit to Beijing, China. Wednesday but appeared to include travel
“Kim Jong Un’s visit shows that China is time from Pyongyang on the special
not marginalized, but playing a leading Renmin University in Beijing. China card, showing South Korea and the armored train that Kim traveled on, which
role. This saves China a lot of face,” said “North Korea once again is taking advan- U.S.: China is still my ally.” secretly arrived in Beijing on Monday and
Pang Zhongying, a North Korea expert at tage of China,” Pang said. “It plays the Official reports from both countries on left Tuesday afternoon.

Trump is hopeful, but some skeptical ahead of U.S.-N.K. talks


By Matthew Pennington Trump agreed to talks return for abandoning a weapons program “The issue of denuclearization of the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS after South Korean offi- that Kim likely views as a guarantee for the Korean Peninsula can be resolved,” Kim
cials relayed that Kim survival of his totalitarian regime. was quoted as saying, “if South Korea and
WASHINGTON — An enigmatic North was committed to rid- The readout of Kim’s remarks to Xi as the United States respond to our efforts
Korean leader takes a secretive train trip to ding the Korean reported by China’s state news agency with goodwill, create an atmosphere of
China to affirm fraternal ties and declare a Peninsula of nuclear Xinhua strongly indicates Pyongyang is peace and stability while taking progres-
commitment to denuclearization. weapons and was will- looking for significant American conces- sive and synchronous measures for the real-
It sounds like Kim Jong Un’s visit this ing to halt nuclear and sions. ization of peace.”
week, but his father and predecessor Kim missile tests.
Jong Il made similar declarations on a trip Donald Trump That has tamped down
to Beijing, months before he died in 2011. fears of war that elevated
Yet North Korea’s nuclear weapons devel- as Trump and Kim traded threats and insults
opment only speeded up. and North Korea demonstrated it was close
President Donald Trump expressed opti- to being able to strike the U.S. with a
mism Wednesday after the younger Kim’s nuclear-tipped missile.
meeting with Chinese President Xi Kim’s meeting with Xi offered some reas-
Jinping, saying there’s “a good chance” surance to Washington that “denucleariza-
that Kim will “do what is right for his peo- tion” will be up for negotiation if the first
ple and for humanity.” But there are plenty summit between American and North
of reasons to be skeptical that the U.S.- Korean leaders in seven decades of animos-
North Korean summit slated for May will ity takes place.
produce the breakthrough that Washington But while Trump has elevated expectations
wants. of what that sit-down would achieve, North
After a year of escalating tensions, Korea has yet to spell out what it wants in
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Stock indexes end choppy day slightly lower


By Alex Veiga some of the more defensive-ori-
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ented sectors.”
High: 24,092.47 Investors also fretted about
U.S. stock indexes struggled to Low: 23,728.67 Amazon after Axios, citing
find direction Wednesday, ending Close: 23,848.42 anonymous sources, reported
the choppy day of trading with a Change: -9.29 Wednesday that President Donald
loss for the second straight day. Trump has wondered aloud if there
OTHER INDEXES was a way to “go after” Amazon
The latest market decline was
S&P 500: 2605.00 -7.62 with antitrust or competition law.
modest compared with the previ-
ous day’s steep drop, but both NYSE Index: 12,308.90 +6.36 Amazon has long been a target
were largely driven by a sell-off in Nasdaq: 6949.23 -59.58 of Trump, who has tweeted in the
technology stocks. Losses in NYSE MKT: 2429.27 -13.60 past that the online retailer didn’t
Amazon, Netflix and other con- Russell 2000: 1513.03 -0.54 pay enough taxes or needed to pay
sumer-focused companies also Wilshire 5000: 27,037.06 -71.41 the U.S. post office more for han-
weighed on the market dling shipments. Amazon CEO
Wednesday. Energy stocks fell in 10-Yr Bond: 2.77 -0.01 Jeff Bezos also personally owns
tandem with crude oil prices. Oil (per barrel): 64.67 -0.58 The Washington Post, which
Those losses outweighed gains Gold : 1,329.10 -18.81 Trump has labeled “fake news”
by drugstore chains, health care when unfavorable stories are writ-
companies and other stocks. way things are, that markets do held at 2.78 percent. data practices and the prospect of ten about him or his administra-
Despite a crop of strong compa- react to news that comes in.” The major stock indexes wob- tighter European regulations in tion. Shares in the e-commerce
ny earnings and market-boosting The benchmark S&P 500 index bled between gains and losses for the coming months. The stock giant fell $65.63, or 4.4 percent,
corporate deal news, traders con- lost 7.62 points, or 0.3 percent, much of the day as investors gained 81 cents, or 0.5 percent, to $1,431.42.
tinued to wrestle with the poten- at 2,605. The Dow Jones industri- weighed the latest developments to $153.03. Netflix also declined, shedding
tial implications of negative al average fell 9.29 points, or with some of the market’s biggest Software company Red Hat was $14.92, or 5 percent, to $285.77.
headlines swirling around several 0.04 percent, to 23,848.42. The names. the technology sector’s biggest Tesla tumbled 7.7 percent after
big-name stocks, including Nasdaq composite slid 59. 58 Facebook, which has taken a decliner, sliding $8.22, or 5.3 Moody’s downgraded the electric
Amazon, Facebook and Tesla. points, or 0. 8 percent, to beating in recent days over priva- percent, to $146.20. car maker’s credit rating. The
“The news continues to be 6, 949. 23. The Russell 2000 cy concerns, reflected the broader “Tech has had such a tremendous move piles more pain on Tesla,
volatile and the markets are just index of smaller-company stocks movement of the market, dipping run-up and has outperformed some whose stock has been pummeled
highly sensitive to it in a way lost 0.54 points, or 0.04 percent, into the red at times before eking of the other sectors,” said Erik by news that authorities will
that they weren’t sensitive to it to 1,513.03. More stocks rose out a small gain. The social media Davidson, chief investment offi- investigate a fatal crash that
last year,” said Tom Martin, sen- than fell on the New York Stock giant said early Wednesday it cer for Wells Fargo Private Bank. involved a Tesla electric SUV
ior portfolio manager with Exchange. would give its privacy tools a “There may be other areas now equipped with a semi-autonomous
Globalt Investments. “We’ve for- Bond prices were little changed. makeover. The move is a that are more attractive, and we’ve control system. The stock lost
gotten that this is more like the The yield on the 10-year Treasury response to criticisms over its seen some strength recently in $21.40 to $257.78.

Three Facebook Messenger Business briefs


app users file lawsuit over privacy
SAN FRANCISCO — Three Facebook
Emails show Arizona governor’s
Facebook revamps privacy tools
Messenger app users have filed a lawsuit
claiming the social network violated their
privacy by collecting logs of their phone
tight connection with Uber
PHOENIX — Emails between Arizona
Gov. Doug Ducey’s staff and Uber execu-
as tighter EU rules drawing near
calls and text messages. By Barbara Ortutay text histories from Android users. The
tives shed new light on a cozy relationship
The suit, filed Tuesday in federal court in THE ASSOCIATED PRESS company has not said exactly what it used
between the first-term Republican and the
northern California, comes as Facebook such data for or why it needed it. On
company whose autonomous vehicle recent-
faces scrutiny over privacy concerns. Monday, the Federal Trade Commission
ly was involved in a fatal crash. NEW YORK — Facebook is giving its
Facebook acknowledged on Sunday that it privacy tools a makeover as it reels from said it is investigating Facebook over its
The previously unseen emails released by
began uploading call and text logs from privacy practices.
the governor’s office Wednesday were first criticisms over its data practices and faces
phones running Google’s Android system in reported by The Guardian newspaper. tighter European regulations in the com- Facebook’s chief privacy officer, Erin
2015. Facebook added that only users who They show that Ducey’s staff worked ing months. Egan, said in a blog post that most of the
gave appropriate permission were affected, closely with the company as it began exper- The changes won’t affect Facebook’s privacy updates have been in the works for
that it didn’t collect the contents of mes- imenting with autonomous vehicles that the privacy policies or the types of data it “some time, but the events of the past sev-
sages or calls, and that users can opt out of company began testing on public roads in gathers on users. But the company hopes eral days underscore their importance.”
the data collection and have the stored logs August 2016 without informing the public. its 2.2 billion users will have an easier Facebook also said it plans to update its
deleted by changing their app settings. The governor’s spokesman says Ducey’s time navigating its complex and often privacy policy and terms of service in the
The suit seeks class-action status. embrace of Uber and autonomous vehicles confusing privacy and security settings. coming weeks, but gave no further details.
A message seeking comment from was one of his administration’s most visi- Facebook says it also wants to give users a The company has tried over the years to
Facebook on Wednesday was not immediate- ble and public initiatives and there was no simpler way to access and download the simplify its privacy settings, yet the con-
ly returned. secret testing. data it collects on them. trols remain hard to find and use for many
Wednesday’s announcement follows rev- people. For example, Facebook announced
elations that a Trump-affiliated consulting in 2009 that it was consolidating six pri-
firm, Cambridge Analytica, got data on vacy pages and more than 30 settings on
millions of Facebook users. That included to a single privacy page.
information on friends of people who had Yet mobile users still had to go to nearly
downloaded a psychological quiz app, 20 different places to access all of their
even though those friends hadn’t given privacy controls. Now, Facebook says
explicit consent to sharing. In addition, they will be accessible from a single
Facebook is also facing widespread criti- place. Facebook says it is also adding
cism for collecting years of contact “clearer explanations” about how its pri-
names, telephone numbers and call and vacy controls work.

New service aims to follow


users across multiple devices
By Anick Jesdanun The initiative comes amid heightened pri-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS vacy sensitivities after reports that
Facebook allowed a political consulting
firm, Cambridge Analytica, to harvest data
NEW YORK — Some 60 companies on millions of Facebook users to influence
including such leading brands as Subway, elections. Facebook also has been criticized
Sprint and the NFL are joining forces to for collecting call and text logs from
help each other follow you around online. phones running Google’s Android system.
Adobe, a company better known for Adobe’s initiative underscores the role
Photoshop and PDF files, says the new data plays in helping companies make
Device Co-op initiative it is organizing money. Many of the initial uses are for bet-
will help companies offer more personal- ter ad targeting.
ized experiences and make ads less annoy- The company timed Wednesday’s
ing by filtering out products and services announcement to a digital marketing con-
you have already bought or will never buy. ference it is hosting this week in Las Vegas.
Under the initiative, Adobe can tell you’re Adobe executives said they believed their
the same person on a home PC, a work lap- initiative offers strong privacy safeguards
top, a phone and a tablet by analyzing past and weren’t worried about a backlash in
sign-ins with member companies. light of the Facebook scandal.
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chance to claim CBI championship
Thursday • March 29, 2018

Gators grind out win


By Nathan Mollat
Morton wins
first pro title
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

A
fter going through a few gyms
Sacred Heart Prep has figured out and a handful of coaches and
there are many ways to win a base- trainers, Casey Morton is start-
ball game. Burlingame is still ing to make inroads into the world of
searching for answers. professional boxing.
The Gators put in another work- A Hawaiian native who lives in San
manlike effort for the second Francisco and trains in San Carlos,
straight game against Burlingame. Morton recently returned from Manila,
After beating the Panthers 4-1 Philippines with the WBO flyweight
Tuesday in Atherton, the Gators (112-pound) Asia-Pacific Regional title
wrapped up the sweep with a 5-1 belt, with an eye on
decision at Washington Park in bigger and better
Burlingame Wednesday. things.
“I talk to the guys all the time. If “We’ll go after the
you want to be champions, you WBO world title
have to win on all levels,” said (soon),” the 34-year-
SHP manager Anthony Granato. old Morton said. “We
“You have to be able to battle.” kinda needed this
Although SHP (3-0 PAL Bay, 10- belt to get this
2 overall) finished with eight hits, (next) opportunity.”
only two went for extra bases — While there may be
Ryan Freire’s third-inning double a fight before that
and a double from Kyle Cody in the world title shot, she
Gators’ three-run third. Other than is certainly building
that, the Gators used that age-old a resume for such a
baseball strategy of get them on, chance. Now working with Nonito
get them over and get them in. Donaire Sr., the father of former multi-
It’s the type of strategy ple-time major champion Nonito Donaire
Burlingame manager Shawn Scott Jr., Morton ran her professional record to
wishes his team would embrace. 7 wins, 0 defeats and 3 draws after her
The season is half over and Scott unanimous decision win over Nongmuay
is still trying to figure out what Kokietgym.
kind of team he has. This coming about six months since
“No (I have no idea). Not even she recorded her first pro knockout with a
remotely,” Scott said. “This is a TKO of Daorueng Pakkhetanang in China
lack of the want to do the little back in November.
things and the persistence of Morton is finally starting to see some
(players) trying to be ‘The Guy.’” return on her physical and emotional
Burlingame could have done the investment in herself. She has bounced
little things right Wednesday and around to a number of different trainers,
still might not have been enough which is typical in boxing, but doesn’t
as the Panthers had the daunting make it any easier.
task of trying to figure out SHP “I was ready to train myself,” Morton
starting pitcher Angelo Tonas. said.
Tonas, a four-year varsity player But after an amicable split from her
and a Georgetown University com- most recent trainer, she helped lure
mit, continues to prove he is one Donaire Sr. out of retirement. Five weeks
of the best pitchers on the later, she had her first professional
NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL knockout finish. Now that she and
SHP starting pitcher Angelo Tonas was nearly unhittable, allowing just one run on two hits while
See GATORS, Page 14 striking out nine in picking up the win in the Gators’ 5-2 win over Burlingame. See LOUNGE, Page 14

Giants get Kershaw All eyes on Ohtani


right out of the gate as the Angels open “We understand what our goal is,” manag-
By Beth Harris
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

LOS ANGELES — Clayton Kershaw will


make his franchise-record eighth consecu-
er Dave Roberts said. “It’s to do whatever we
can to win the World Series.”
The Giants are trying to get back in con-
tention in the NL West after finishing last in
season at Oakland
By Janie McCauley play. I’m excited to see
tive opening day start for the Los Angeles 2017. They added former All-Stars outfielder THE ASSOCIATED PRESS how it plays out. He defi-
Dodgers, who are aiming for a second Andrew McCutchen and third baseman Evan nitely has all the talent
straight World Series Longoria in the offseason. OAKLAND — The world, the baseball in the world.”
appearance with virtually The teams are playing on opening day for world at the very least, will be watching What a special
the same roster as last the first time since 2013. Kershaw was the two-way star Shohei Ohtani as the Angels moment — and certainly
year. starter back then and tossed a four-hit begin their season with one of the game’s a spectacle, too — it
Kershaw takes the shutout in a 4-0 win that included him home- brightest young phenomenons. should be when Ohtani
mound Thursday against ring. When will he get that first plate appear- makes his major league
the rival San Francisco Newly turned 30, Kershaw is coming off
Giants and Ty Blach, the best spring of his career. The left-hander
ance? It’s likely to be one of the first three Shohei Ohtani debut as a two-way sen-
games, but might that be as soon as open- sation for Los Angeles.
whose only opening day had a 0.00 ERA in six starts. He allowed 12 ing day? How about his first major league “Shohei’s talent is real and obviously we
starts have been in the hits, struck out 23 and walked four. He can hit? When will he strike out a batter and believe in it,” Scioscia said. “We anticipate
Clayton minors. Blach drew the opt out of his contract after the season. generate statistics as both a batter and him being both ready to pitch and hit when
Kershaw assignment because of “It does help to have guys that have had pitcher? the season starts. And we’re going to work
injuries to Madison numerous opening days, essentially the Much of that is up to manager Mike hard to reach that goal from now until we
Bumgarner and Jeff Samardzija. same group of guys we’ve had the last cou- Scioscia and his plan for someone he has start the season.”
After falling one win short of their first ple years,” Roberts said. “These are guys called an “extraordinary” talent. Garrett Richards, plagued by injuries the
World Series title since 1988, the Dodgers that have done a lot of things.” “He’s got all eyes on him right now,” past two seasons , gets the ball for the
have shifted their focus from losing to Behind Kershaw, the Dodgers’ rotation teammate Kole Calhoun said. “Somebody Angels in Thursday’s opener against the A’s.
Houston in Game 7 to earning another shot that’s completely talented and fun to watch
this year. See GIANTS, Page 16 See ATHLETICS, Page 16
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North Texas beats USF, forces Game 3 for CBI title


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 29 seconds left made it 33-31 at halftime. won 72-62 in the opener McCasland’s first season, the Mean Green
Arikawe finished with 10 points. of the best-of-three series have already won 11 games more than last sea-
DENTON, Texas — Jorden Duffy scored 15 North Texas (19-18) scored the first 10 Monday night. son and assured that they will not have a los-
points to help North Texas beat San Francisco points after halftime, part of a 16-3 run that The Dons, who won ing season. Their last .500 record was 16-16
69-55 on Wednesday night, forcing a deciding was capped by Ryan Woolridge’s steal and back-to-back NCAA titles in 2013-14, and their last winning season was
Game 3 in the College Basketball Invitational breakaway layup that made it 49-35 with just in 1955 and 1956 and were an 18-14 record in 2011-12.
final. over 12 minutes left. That was the second steal NIT champs in 1949, are
This is the ninth time in the 11 CBI tourna-
Roosevelt Smart added 13 points and he turned into a quick score in that spurt. looking to become the
ments that the final series has needed all three
Zachary Simmons had 12. Duffy also grabbed Souley Boum had 16 points for San first NCAA Division I
games to determine the champion. The decid-
nine rebounds. Francisco (22-16), while Frankie Ferrari had Frankie Ferrari team to win three different ing game comes the night before the start of
10. postseason tournaments.
The Mean Green missed 12 straight shots the NCAA Final Four in San Antonio, about a
This is their third CBI appearance.
from the field over a span of nearly 7 minutes Game 3 is Friday night, back in the Super 5-hour drive south on I-35 from the North
With their 19th win in coach Grant
before Tope Arikawe’s tiebreaking layup with Pit on the North Texas campus. San Francisco Texas campus.

WEDNESDAY at No. 4 singles, dominated the match. The Sonsini each had two goals to lead the Gators
Local sports roundup No. 1 doubles team of Kevin Xiang and Ben in scoring, with Tommy Barnds also adding a
Carlee Miller and Bianca Magnani each drove Bardeshevsky made quick work of their oppo- team-high four assists. Teddy Vought, Billy
Softball in a run for NDB as well. nents in a straight-set win at love. Thomas Barnds and Paul Barton rounded out the scor-
Mercy-Burlingame 10, Castilleja 0 Reznik, who was moved back into the No. 2 ing for SHP with one goal each.
The Crusaders posted a six-inning, mercy- Baseball singles spot after a short stint in the top spot, SHP goaltender Cody Weibe finished with
rule win over the Gators in a West Bay Athletic posted a 6-0, 6-1 victory, while Milad Shafaie eight saves.
Sacred Heart Cathedral 3, Carlmont 2 dropped only three games in a 6-2, 6-1 win at
League meeting.
The Scots dropped their third straight game No. 1 singles. Chris Cho, at No. 3 singles, Girls’ lacrosse
Mercy (2-2 WBAL, 5-3 overall) led just 3-0
in the Boras Classic at Sacramento State along with the No. 2 and No. 2 doubles teams
through five innings before the Crusaders put Menlo School 11, Carondelet-Concord 8
University when the Irish walked off with the of Jerry Liu and Jason Liu, and Edward Zhou
the game away with a seven-run seventh.
win in the bottom of the seventh. and Brian So, all won their matches in straight The Wolfenden sisters combined for six
That was more than enough offense for Carlmont (5-5 overall) scored single runs in goals to help lead the Knights over the
freshman pitcher Hailey Armstrong, who sets.
both the first and second innings, with SHC Burlingame’s only win came at No. 4 sin- Cougars in a non-league match.
worked a complete game four-hitter, striking scoring its first run in the bottom of the sec- gles where Brad Williams outlasted Sophomore Page Wolfenden led SHP with
out five along the way. ond. The Irish would tie the game at 2 with a Carlmont’s Siddharth Sriniksan 6-2, 2-6, (10- four goals, while senior sister Abby scored
Freshman catcher Isabella Alterio had three run in the bottom of the fourth before winning 5). twice. Abby Wolfenden also added a pair of
hits to pace the Crusaders’ attack, including a it in their final at-bat. assists. Sophomore Charlotte Swisher also
double and two RBIs. David Bedrosian was the hard-luck loser, Boys’ lacrosse scored twice for the Gators.
coming in for Zane VanArsdel in the bottom
Notre Dame-Belmont 7, of the fourth. Bedrosian did his damage at the Foothill-Santa Ana 10, Boys’ volleyball
Sacred Heart Cathedral 6, 8 innings plate, going 3 for 4 and scoring a run. Sacred Heart Prep 9
The Tigers got a bases-loaded, walk-off base Jordan Brandenburg and VanArsdel each In a bit fortuitous timing, the Gators picked Sacred Heart Prep 3, Palo Alto 1
on balls to top the Irish in eight innings of a drove in a run for the Scots. up a last-minute match agains the visiting Garrett Pinkston, Jack Loftus and Evan
non-league game. Foothill team from Santa Ana after Foothill’s Nichols each had 10 kills to lead the Gators
NDB built a 6-1 lead through three innings Boys’ tennis scheduled match with St. Ignatius fell past the Vikings in four sets, 25-19, 25-22,
before SHC rallied to the game in the sixth. through. 22-25, 25-22.
Carlmont 6, Burlingame 1 Loftus was also a force defensively, digging
Ashleigh Dean had the big hit for NDB, Despite scrambling to get ready for the
It’s been a rough week for the Panthers, who up 21 balls. David Macias had a team-high 31
crushing a home run and driving in three runs game, SHP acquitted itself well, losing by just
dropped their third straight PAL Bay Division digs for the Gators, while Kevin Molumphy
during the Tigers’ five-run fifth. Dean also a goal.
match. added 19.
earned the win in the circle with four innings Foothill led 7-3 at halftime, but the Gators
This time it was to co-division leader
of relief for starting pitcher Madison made a second-half push to get back into the Giorgio Bacchin pumped out 28 assists,
Carlmont, which, other than its three-set loss
Earnshaw, who added two hits and a RBI. match. Tommy Barnds, Ben Ramsey and Joe with Carter Sun adding 16 more.
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GATORS
Continued from page 11
Lopiccolo at third.
But with runners on second and third with no
outs, Tonas struck out the next three batters to
get out of the inning. He then struck out the
Mainz groundout to give SHP a 4-0 lead.
Burlingame got on the scoreboard in the bot-
tom of the inning when Lopiccolo walked for
the second time, went to second on a White sac-
side in the second. rifice bunt. He went to third on Clark’s infield
“To do that (get out of a jam) at any point is hit and scored on a Mario Vargas groundout.
Peninsula. A senior southpaw, Tonas won’t
wow teams with his physical stature or his big,” Granato said. “But to set the tone at the SHP, however, got the run right back in the
stuff. But all he does is go out and give his team beginning of the game is huge. top of the fourth with Reece Lindquist driving
a chance to win. “Angelo is just an impressive kids. He just in Mathew Jackson, who had led off the inning
gets better every year.” with a single and moved up two bases on a
He showed it again Wednesday as he was Burlingame starter Emilio Flores enjoyed a passed ball and a wild pitch.
nearly unhittable, allowing just one run on two similar start, striking out three of the first four After their run in the third, the Panthers did
hits while striking out nine. He did walk four batters he faced, but SHP got to him in the sec- not get another hit until the seventh. They did
which contributed to his being lifted after five ond inning. With one out, Jack Donnelly sin- have a number of base runners between hits, but
innings of work, but he did so with his team gled and went to second on a passed ball. A the Panthers failed to take advantage of the
leading 5-1. groundout moved him to third and he scored opportunities.
“Since his freshman year, he’s been an out- when John McGrory dumped an opposite-field Burlingame did get another run in the bottom
standing guy on the mound,” Scott said. “It single to shallow right to plate Donnelly. of the seventh when Brendan Magalong,
doesn’t matter if you ‘get’ to him. You need to The Gators took control of the game in the pinch-hitting for Lopiccolo, reached on an
be able to knock him out of the game and he’s third. Cody led off the inning with a double and error and took second on a wild pitch. He went
got ice water in his veins, as far as I’m con- Jack FitzSimons followed with a single to put to third on a Jake Richardson infield hit and
cerned.” runners on the corners. Freire came up with a scored on a wild pitch.
Burlingame (1-3, 6-5) had Tonas on the ropes double just inside the third-base bag and down But reliever Nate Fleischli went strikeout-
in the first inning as Carlo Lopiccolo led off the left-field line, with FitzSimons managing walk-strikeout to close out the game and finish
the bottom half of the first with a walk and went to only reach third. up his two innings of work. NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
to third on Tyler White’s single to right, who He wasn’t there for long as he would score on “It’s always good when you can get a couple Burlingame second baseman Jordi Aguilar
went to second as the Gators tried to get a wild pitch. Freire would then score on a Barry Ws against a team like that,” Granato said. fields a ball during the Panthers’ loss to SHP.
tion company started by on the spirituality aspect of “the sweet sci- long as possible. And right now, prospects

LOUNGE
Continued from page 1
BALCO founder Victor
Conte. Since the whole
steroid scandal last
ence.” She does believe, however, that she
is part of a movement of taking women’s
boxing into the mainstream. She cited big
are high for Morton. More than likely,
Morton will first defend her Asia-Pacific
Regional title, since there is a mandate she
decade, Conte has served boxing promotions — Golden Boy and Top fights a challenger within three months or
his time and now has Rank — as starting to latch onto and loses the belt. After that, she’s hoping to
Donaire Sr. are now 2-0 working together, become an outspoken developing some of the bigger-name line up a match with the WBO world fly-
Morton is hoping her career takes off. critic of doping in women fighters coming out of the weight champion — whoever it is.
“Takes off” being a relative term because sports, although he Olympics and you’re starting to see some
the real world of boxing is not what you of them making television appearances,
see on pay-per-view. Most boxers toil in
Casey Morton — and the boxers he “[The champion] is constantly chang-
works with — are under which is when fighters start making a ing,” Morton said. “I’m hoping to hear a
relative obscurity, fighting for minor belts continual scrutiny. Morton credits her regi- decent payout. couple things (about potential fights) in a
and minimal pay. men and work with Conte for helping her “I think we’re in a transitional age right couple weeks.”
Women’s boxing is even worse than turn around her boxing prospects. now (when it comes to women’s boxing).
that. When asked, point blank, if she has We’re all [paving] the way for the next
“There’s no money in women’s boxing passed every drug test she has taken since generation,” Morton said. “I’m really
right now,” Morton said. “I’m fortunate to working with Conte, she quickly said proud to be part of the pioneering stage.
Nathan Mollat can be reached by email:
have a handful of people I train and have a “yes.” There is a lot of talent coming to light.” nathan@smdailyjournal.com or by phone: 344-
pretty solid group of sponsorships.” Morton knows she’ll probably never get But even pioneers want to win and 5200 ext. 117. You can follow him on Twitter
One of which is SNAC Nutrition, a nutri- rich from boxing, monetarily. She is big Morton will continue the good fight for as @CheckkThissOutt.

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Wondo embarks on chasing Donovan’s mark
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Do n o v a n , moving him into sole possession of
THURSDAY
Baseball
WHAT’S ON TAP
Harker at Jefferson, Crystal Springs at Mills,
who has retired second place on the career list, 10 Woodside at El Camino, South City at Menlo-
Atherton, Aragon at San Mateo, 4 p.m.
Early in his 14th season in Major from MLS twice, back of Donovan.
League Soccer, Chris Wondolowski signed with Leon Wondolowski has played in MLS Softball
Aragon at San Mateo, Capuchino at Carlmont,
no doubt knows the question is com- in January. since 2005, when he was taken by Hillsdale at Sequoia, 4 p.m.; Woodside at Half
ing. After the the Earthquakes in the supplemental Moon Bay, 6 p.m.
About Landon Donovan. About the fri en dl y, draft. He moved with the team to Swimming
record. And about whether he’ll break Wo n do l o ws k i Houston in 2006 before getting trad- Carlmont at Woodside, Burlingame at San Mateo,
it. and Donovan ed to the new incarnation of the Hillsdale at Menlo-Atherton, Aragon at Sequoia,
El Camino at Westmoor, Capuchino at Jefferson,
“I hope so, that would be pretty Landon exchanged jer- Quakes in 2009. Mills at Half Moon Bay, Oceana at Terra Nova,
cool,” Wondolowski said. Donovan seys . His best season for MLS came in 3:30 p.m.
Donovan holds the career MLS “We definitely 2012 when he had 27 goals, a league Boys’ tennis
scoring record with 145 goals. enjoy joking around,” Wondolowski record that he still shares with two Carlmont at San Mateo, Burlingame at Wood-
Wondolowski is just 10 goals from said. “He told me to go break it (the other players. side, Hillsdale at Aragon, Menlo-Atherton at Mills,
Half Moon Bay at Westmoor, Sequoia at Oceana,
matching him. Wondo, as he is record) and get as many as I can, and I Wondolowski has played 35 4 p.m.
known, has already scored a goal this told him he should come back and games with the U.S. national team,
Badminton
season for the San Jose Earthquakes, keep playing in MLS, as long as he including two at the 2014 World Cup. Hillsdale at Carlmont, Aragon at South City, San
the team he’s played for since 2009. comes back to the Earthquakes. He’s He has 11 international goals, but he Mateo at Mills, Burlingame at Westmoor, Crystal
“If we’re successful and get some Springs at Sequoia, Woodside at Terra Nova, Ca-
Chris Wondolowski, in his 14th year always been a really kind man and it is perhaps most remembered for the puchino at Jefferson, El Camino at
wins, I’ll be able to get some in MLS, now has 135 goals, needing was nice to see him.” one he missed — a potential game Menlo-Atherton, 5 p.m.
chances, at least,” he said, referring 11 more to break Landon For now, Wondolowski appears winner against Belgium at the World College baseball
to the prospects of catching Donovan’s MLS record of 145. focused on the Earthquakes, not the Cup that went over the crossbar late DeAnza at Cañada, San Mateo at Hartnell, 2:30
Donovan this season. record. in regulation. p.m.
Recent history is on Galaxy and went on to win four more San Jose went 13-14-7 last season, He was on the roster for the U.S. College softball
Wondolowski’s side. He’s scored 12 MLS Cup championships with Los which appeared turbulent for the team that lost to Trinidad and Tobago Cabrillo at San Mateo, 3 p.m.
or more goals in each of the last eight Angeles. club. Coach Dominic Kinnear was last fall, which effectively eliminated FRIDAY
seasons. He led the Earthquakes last Donovan smiled when he was dismissed in June and replaced by the Americans from this summer’s Baseball
year with 13 goals and eight assists. asked about the record. He said the technical director Chris Leitch. World Cup. He called the defeat dev- Terra Nova at Menlo School, Hillsdale at Carl-
mont, 4 p.m.
Wondolowski and Donovan faced ego part of him doesn’t want his Despite the upheaval, San Jose astating.
off last weekend in San Jose when record broken, but his heart wants returned to the playoffs for the first But as an MLS veteran, Softball
El Camino at Terra Nova, Mills at South City, Jef-
Donovan’s new team, Leon, visited Wondolowski to break it. time since 2012 but fell to the Wondolowski is excited about the ferson at Menlo-Atherton, 4 p.m.
the Earthquakes in an exhibition “When you look at Wondo’s career Vancouver Whitecaps in the knock- growth he’s seen in the league.
match. Donovan scored the lone goal Boys’ volleyball
and how he’s done it, it’s incredible. out round. Despite his team’s loss to Leon, he Capuchino at Aragon, Hillsdale at Mills, Carlmont
in the 1-0 victory for the Liga MX For five or six or seven years he did- The Quakes hired new coach sees the league as steadily gaining on at South City, 6 p.m.
team. n’t really play. And then all of the Mikael Stahre in November and Liga MX. Indeed, the progress has Track and field
There was some history there. sudden he came on to the scene and he opened this season with a 3-2 victo- had tangible results in the CONCA- Stanford Invitational, 3 p.m.
Donovan played for the Earthquakes scored 15, 18, 20, 25 goals a year for ry over Minnesota United. They fell CAF Champions League, where a
Boys’ tennis
for four seasons, leading the team to however many years now,” Donovan 3-2 in the second match against pair of MLS teams — Toronto FC and Harker at Menlo School, 3:30 p.m.
MLS Cup titles in 2001 and 2003. said. “He deserves it. It’s going to Sporting Kansas City but the New York Red Bulls — advanced
Quakes fans were dismayed when happen at some point and it’s a cred- Wondolowski scored in stoppage to the semifinals with victories over College baseball
Skyline at San Mateo, 2:30 p.m.
Donovan signed with the rival LA it to how hard he’s worked.” time, giving him 135 goals and Mexican league opponents.
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The 33-year-old veteran lost 40 pounds during the winter

GIANTS
Continued from page 11
and hit .263 in spring training with an on-base percentage
of .317.
Yasiel Puig returns in right field, while Chris Taylor will
be in center field and bat leadoff. Joc Pederson is also part of
A new helmet
stays the same, while two-time All-Star Kenley Jansen
remains one of the best closers in the game.
The Dodgers open without third baseman Justin Turner,
who begins the season on the disabled list with a broken
the outfield logjam.
Behind the plate, Austin Barnes has supplanted Yasmani
Grandal as the starter.
The Dodgers are celebrating their 60th year in Los
rule will likely
wrist after getting hit by a pitch in spring training. Right-
hander Tom Koehler (shoulder) joins him, while left-hander
Julio Urias (shoulder surgery) is on the 60-day DL.
Logan Forsythe moves from second to third in Turner’s
Angeles. On Thursday, they will recognize the 30th
anniversary of the 1988 World Series championship and
Kirk Gibson will toss out the first pitch. He was diagnosed
with Parkinson’s disease in 2015.
be part of replay
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absence, while Kike Hernandez and Chase Utley will split The Dodgers on Wednesday optioned outfielder Andrew
time at second. Reigning NL rookie of the year Cody Toles to Triple-A Oklahoma City a day after outfielder Trayce ORLANDO, Fla. — The NFL’s new rule outlawing a player
Bellinger plays his first full season at first base, while 2016 Thompson was designated for assignment as a result of from lowering his head to initially make any sort of hit with
NL Rookie of the Year Corey Seager returns at shortstop. right-hander Cory Mazzoni being claimed from the Cubs his helmet likely will be included in replay reviews for offi-
Fans will recognize a familiar face in the lineup. Matt and optioned to Triple-A. Toles returns from major knee sur- cials.
Kemp, acquired from Atlanta in the offseason as part of a gery that derailed him last year. That has not been decided yet, but Commissioner Roger
salary swap and rumored to be trade bait, has earned a start “I believe in the guys we have,” Roberts said, “but there’s Goodell and competition committee chairman Rich McKay
in left field after his strong showing in spring training. a long way to go.” made it clear Wednesday that video
reviews probably will be part of the
years this might not be the last guy to do that based on the

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athleticism it seems like with kids these days. But it’s the
first, so we’ll see how that works.”
Melvin said the A’s weren’t allowed to video Ohtani’s
process.
“If we’re able to have replay confirm
one of these fouls and also confirms a
player be ejected,” Goodell said as the
Cactus League games, meaning some video study of Ohtani league meetings concluded, “I think there
from games in Japan might be necessary at this early stage. is more confidence among the coaches it
Kendall Graveman makes his second straight opening day Dustin Fowler won’t be making his second big league
start for Oakland. will be called accurately.”
“debut” just yet. Fowler, who was optioned to Triple-A After noting the unanimous approval
The Angels won the Ohtani sweepstakes against a handful Nashville on Wednesday, had been the A’s hope to start in Roger Goodell of the new rule among coaches, Goodell
of other teams the 23-year-old had considered joining, and center field after they traded Sonny Gray to the Yankees to said on-field officials felt the same way.
the ever-smiling 23-year-old has seem unfazed by the fan- get him. Fowler’s first game for New York last year ended “We think that is appropriate to do and it would be the first
fare and hype that surrounds his every move, swing, warmup after a half-inning and no plate appearances because of a time we use replay for safety or in respect to any kind of
toss and pitch. gruesome knee injury that required surgery. foul,” Goodell added.
Ohtani is slated to make his first career pitching start in Now that the games will count at last, Scioscia is eager to Late Tuesday, the owners rewrote the rule on using the hel-
Sunday’s finale of the season-opening four-game set. He see what Ohtani can do. met, making it a 15-yard penalty for any player to lower his
might be in the lineup as designated hitter before that. “He has an internal mechanism of competing that you can head to initiate any hit with the helmet. McKay called it “a
“It’ll also be interesting to see what kind of look we get feel. He wants to be good. He wants to do what he can do to significant change,” noting that it was a “technique too dan-
out of him, because we play them to open the season a four- go out there and help our team,” Scioscia said. “That’s very gerous for the player doing it and the player being hit.”
game series, so we’re going to get him one of those real. But I think he also understands that there’s a process of While the offender could be disqualified, owners did not
games,” A’s manager Bob Melvin said during spring train- what you need to do. There’s things that he needs to do call for an automatic ejection on such a play — at least not
ing. “It’ll be interesting. I know there’s a focus on it going along getting ready for the season. He’s confident yet. In college football, when a player is penalized for tar-
because this just hasn’t been done. My guess is in coming that he’ll get there and we’re very confident he’ll get there.” geting and a replay review affirms it, he is ejected.
Including replay will be discussed and very possibly
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activities, Sunnybrae resident Robin

PASSAGE
Continued from page 1
Gage said she hoped street improvements
could be made to allow for bicycle paths
and enhanced traffic flow, while also lodg-
ing concerns about its overall size and its
effect on air quality and water supply.
expressed concerns about its impact on
“I think that this is just not the right
traffic, infrastructure and the loss or relo-
project for the area, ” she said. “I don’t
cation of businesses located at the aging
think anybody here would disagree that
shopping center.
something needs to be done, but this just
Though the project, dubbed the Passage
seems way overkill. ”
at San Mateo, is set to retain a Trader Joe’s
Commissioner Dianne Whitaker said
and 7-Eleven on site and also provide a
she hoped the project would come back to
dining hall, park space and a transit hub
the commission with significant changes
open to residents of nearby communities,
to account for its impact on the surround-
Sunnybrae resident Barbara Niss found the
ing community, adding that she shared
loss or relocation of well-used amenities
many of the same concerns voiced by res-
like Rite Aid, Trader Joe’s and the non-
idents about the project’s density.
profit Peninsula Ballet Theatre to be dis-
Because much of the open space is in the
heartening.
center of the two- to five-story buildings,
For Niss, new projects like the 12-acre
Whitaker wondered if the paths connect-
Station Park Green project — which will
ing the project with nearby streets would
add 599 housing units, 2 acres of parks COURTESY OF CALIFORNIA COASTAL PROPERTIES; MVE ARCHITECTS be enough to invite visitors onto the site
and open space, as well as 25, 000 square Renderings of the proposed Passage at San Mateo, where initial plans suggest redevelopment and encouraged the developer to increase
feet of commercial space and 10, 000 of the Concar Shopping Center. variation of the building heights and
square feet of office space across the street
exist, ” she said. “Given the size of this development as stepbacks.
from the project — already promise to
affect the area. She encouraged the devel- But others expressed hope for the pro- it’s proposed and the range of issues that “The current layout of this site … is def-
oper to consider how removing the shop- ject’s potential to add much-needed hous- the community at large is going to be initely an inward-facing assemblage of
ping center will change the transporta- ing units to the city’s stock, with several adjusting to, it seems that it would be buildings, which I believe does create bar-
tion patterns of its patrons. residents encouraging the developer to really good to include more affordable riers to the surrounding neighborhoods, ”
“In addition to being so large and offer even more of the units at affordable housing, ” she said. she said. “Because of that I don’t think it
fortresslike … this one’s different because levels. Though 73 units are expected to be Looming large for many neighbors of says welcome. ”
it takes away services that we use, ” she made available to those at a very low- the project was how the new use would For Vice Chair Charlie Drechsler, the
said. “By taking these services away from income level, Brian Myers, a partner with affect traffic congestion, which many project marked the right direction in
us, we’re all going to get in cars. ” the developer California Coastal described as worsening in recent years. increasing the city’s housing inventory.
Several dancers with the Peninsula Properties, said the developer may also Noting the some 5, 000 jobs within a quar- Acknowledging the challenge of worsen-
Ballet Theatre joined the organization’s consider making more units affordable for ter mile of the project, Myers said one of ing traffic congestion, Drechsler said
ballet mistress Nina Baratova-Amato in those at a low-income level. the goals of the project was to bring hous- planning carefully for the site is the only
advocating for the nonprofit to be includ- Esther Conrad, who lives on South ing closer to jobs and that changing the way to avoid even further delays. Though
ed in the development’s plans. Baratova- Delaware Street, represented the group land use on the site from retail to housing he wished the buildings could be taller to
Amato was disappointed to see the non- One San Mateo in noting the region is is expected to reduce the number of trips allow for more units and so that they could
profit, which she noted has been an insti- suffering from a housing affordability cri- in and out of the site, but others doubted a be stepped farther away from the streets,
tution and a cultural hub for more than 50 sis. Given the scale of the development reduction in traffic would be possible with Drechsler acknowledged the many con-
years, had not yet been included in the and its proximity to the Hayward Park what’s planned. City planner Lily Lim straints within which the developer
plans yet but encouraged the developer to Caltrain station, Conrad noted offering a said a traffic study will be completed once worked to craft the plans.
consider it. larger portion of the hundreds of units at a full application has been submitted. “We want more than this property can
“The future of the arts is rocky at best lower cost would make it more accessible Acknowledging the increased traffic provide, ” he said. “Let’s invite them to
and if we lose this home of ours, we don’t to those who cannot afford market-rate congestion on her commute to Bay the community and understand that
know if we will be able to continue to units. Meadows and picking up her children from they’re inviting us to their courtyard. ”
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regarding development at the train sta- development, which could require

THURSDAY, MARCH 29
Calendar
MONDAY, APRIL 2
SERRA
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tion, voting also against another
mixed-use project at the site and the
policy loosening building regulations
Muzzi to refine his project design.
To pave the way for the project’s
development, property owner Rob
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Francisco Main Library, 840 W. 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. with open dance Alternatively, some residents shared Real. commercial, which may smooth the
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Burlingame their fears the project will contribute Councilmembers’ approval of the
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College of San Mateo, 1700 W offices, nearly 30,000 square feet of negotiations between the two property
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cate@sustainablesanmateo.org. a.m. to 12:15 p.m. San Mateo Senior increased population,” said Joe Chen, The Muzzi proposal could return
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, echoing an ongoing series of concerns before officials for further considera- impact fees for the project, expressing
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110 Employment 110 Employment 203 public Notices Tundra Tundra Tundra
FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME
STATEMENT #276603
pET SiTTERS & The following person is doing business
DOG WAlKERS as: Styles By Lili, 515 El Camino Real
#160, MENLO PARK, CA 94025. Regis-
NEEDED! tered Owner: Sandra Figueroa, 18401
Via Jose, SAN LORENZO, CA 94580.
The business is conducted by an Individ-
Local, family owned pet ual. The registrant commenced to trans-
care company. act business under the FBN on
11.1.2017.
Love for animals, /s/Sandra Liliana Figueroa/
Valid CDL/Ins/Car This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 2/8/18. (Published in
required. the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/8/18,
Routes from San Mateo 3/15/18, 3/22/18, 3/29/18).
to Palo Alto.
Approx hours, FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME
M-F 11am - 3pm STATEMENT #276928
The following person is doing business
www.bayareapetpals.com as: PF Consulting, 1219 Chantal Way,
REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. Registered
Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Over the Hedge
Email: lynda@bayareapetpals.com
Owner: Pamela Forbes, 1598 Maddux
for more info Dr., Redwood City, CA 94061. The
business is conducted by an Individual.
The registrant commenced to transact
business under the FBN on 1/1/18.
RESTAURANT - /s/Pamela Forbes/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 3/7/18. (Published in
Gao, a Fine dining Vietnam- the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/8/18,
Caregivers
Caregivers Wanted
Wanted ese Homestyle Cuisine spe- 3/15/18, 3/22/18, 3/29/18).
Home
Home CCare
are Jobs cialized in Ben Tre Cooking,
located in San Mateo FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME
(650) 600-8108 STATEMENT #276660
The following person is doing business
Email:
Email: jobs@starlightcaregivers.com
jobs@starlightcaregivers.com Looking for experienced as: Veracom Ford, 790 N. San Mateo
www.starlightcaregivers.com
www.starlightcaregivers.com Chef in ESE Vietnam Ben Drive, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Regis-
Tre cooking cuisine. tered Owner: Cevera Automotive Group,
Apply
Apply online or w walk-in
alk-in LLC, CA. The business is conducted by
4600 EEll CCamino Real,, # 211,, LLos
amino Real os Altos
Altos a Limited Liability Company. The regis-
Applicant must have prior trant commenced to transact business
chef experience working in under the FBN on 10/11/2005. 203 public Notices 203 public Notices 203 public Notices
/s/Robert Branzuela/
Ben Tre region of Vietnam & This statement was filed with the Asses-
must know Ben Tre Cuisine sor-County Clerk on 2/13/18. (Published FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME iN THE SUpERiOR COURT OF
STATEMENT #277089 STATEMENT #277185 CAliFORNiA, COUNTy OF
dishes. in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/8/18,
The following person is doing business SAN MATEO
Day
Day or Night
Night Shifts,
Shiffts Immediate
ts, Immedia te Placement
Placement 3/15/18, 3/22/18, 3/29/18).
as: 1)ZS Eyebrow Symmetry 2)SS Eye-
The following person is doing business Case No. 16CiV00931
Please reply with your brow Symmetry 3)S Eyebrow Symmetry, as: Evolve Movement Collective, 240 plAiNTiFF’S STATEMENT
Required:
Required: 2 years
years paid experience
experience availability and primary contact Club Drive, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. OF DAMAGES
FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME 2115 Broadway St. #3, REDWOOD
or ccurrent
urrent CNA Certification;
Certification; information. Salary: Dependent on ex- STATEMENT #276966 CITY, CA 94063 . Registered Owner: Sa- Registered Owner: Evolve Classical Pi-
Must DDrive
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peak and write
write English
English perience. The following person is doing business man Einahmadi, 25800 Industrial Blvd. late LLC, CA. The business is conduct- GLORIA V. TURCIOS, Plaintif,
as: 1)Salon Amethyst 2)Butterfly Skin Apt. 1188, Hayward, CA 94545. The ed by a Limited Liability Company. The vs
Email: gaovietkitchen@gmail.com and Beauty, 461 Laurel St., SAN CAR- business is conducted by an Individual. ELIANA SALOME MANSILLA, DOES 1-
lA pETiTE BAlEEN is Hiring Swim mail to:gaovietkitchen@gmail.com The registrant commenced to transact
registrant commenced to transact busi- 10, Defendants,
Teachers for our Atherton location! $300 LOS, CA 94070. Registered Owner: Jen- ness under the FBN on N/A.
Phone: (415) 999-5111 ny Peni, 645 Caribbean Way, San Ma- business under the FBN on 03/19/2018.
Hiring Bonus! $15-$19/hour DOE. (12 noon through 6PM) /s/Allison Gonzalez/ To: Defendant, ELIANA SALOME MAN-
Over 16 yrs old. teo, CA 94402. The business is conduct- /s/Saman Einahmadi/
Email shannonh@swimlpb.com. ed by an Individual. The registrant com- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- SILLA,
menced to transact business under the sor-County Clerk on 3/19/18. (Published sor-County Clerk on 3/26/18. (Published
FBN on N/A. in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/22/18, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/29/18, Plaintiff, GLORIA V. TURCIOS, hereby
MERRy MAiDS SAlES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales /s/Jenny Peni/ 3/29/18, 4/5/18, 4/12/18). 4/5/18, 4/12/18, 4/19/18).
states, pursuant to the provisions of Cali-
SAN MATEO This statement was filed with the Asses- fornia Code of Civil Procedure, Section
Representative needed to sell newspa- 425.11, that he is seeking damages in
Hiring fulltime house cleaners. per print and web advertising and event sor-County Clerk on 3/9/18. (Published in
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/15/18, FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME this action as follows:
No weekends. Paid holidays. marketing solutions. To apply, please call
Please call for an interview. 650-344-5200 and send resume to 3/22/18, 3/29/18, 4/5/18). STATEMENT #276913 FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME
The following person is doing business STATEMENT #277193 1. Medical and related healthcare
650-572-8200. info@smdailyjournal.com expenses
as: 1)POST Clinic 2)Gravity 101 3)Gravi- The following person is doing business No less than $ 4,965.00;
FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME ty 101 Studio, 635 Bair Island Road,
STATEMENT #276869 as: Coalesce, 1150 El Camino Real 2. General damages $ 30,000.00;
NEWSpApER iNTERNS Suite 115, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063.
203 public Notices The following person is doing business Registered Owner: Peninsula Orthopedic
#226, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Regis- 3. Other damages $ According
JOURNAliSM as: Noel Drive Apartments, 1019 & 1023 Sports Therapy LLC, CA. The business tered Owner: Eric Grivas, 434 D Street, to proof,
The Daily Journal is looking for in- FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME Noel Drive, MENLO PARK, CA 94025. is conducted by a Limited Liability Com- Colma, CA 94014. The business is con-
terns to do entry level reporting, re- STATEMENT #276769 Registered Owners: Richard Tod Spieker pany. The registrant commenced to ducted by an Individual. The registrant
The following person is doing business and Catherine R. Spieker, 60 Mulberry Attorney for Plaintiff:
search, updates of our ongoing fea-
Lane, Atherton, CA 94027. The busi-
transact business under the FBN on commenced to transact business under JUAN M. SIMON, ESQ. SBN103156
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- as: 1)Accurate Door and Hardware 2)Ac- 2/3/2018. the FBN on N/A.
curate Door 3)Accurate Building Supply, ness is conducted by a Trust. The regis- /s/Tirzah Atencio/ Law Offices of Juan M. Simon
so welcome. /s/Eric Grivas/ 617 Veterans Blvd., Suite 102
945 Airport Blvd., SOUTH SAN FRAN- trant commenced to transact business This statement was filed with the Asses-
We expect a commitment of four to CISCO, CA 94080. Registered Owner: under the FBN on 2/5/08. sor-County Clerk on 3/6/18. (Published in This statement was filed with the Asses- REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063
/s/Richard Tod Spieker/ the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/22/18, sor-County Clerk on 3/27/18. (Published (650)366-6476
eight hours a week for at least four Accurate Building Supply, Inc., CA. The
months. The internship is unpaid, but This statement was filed with the Asses- 3/29/18, 4/5/18, 4/12/18). in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/29/18,
business is conducted by a Corporation. sor-County Clerk on 3/2/18. (Published in Dated: NOV. 1, 2017
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- The registrant commenced to transact the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/15/18, 4/5/18, 4/12/18, 4/19/18).
terns have progressed in time into business under the FBN on N/A.
paid correspondents and full-time re- 3/22/18, 3/29/18, 4/5/18). FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME
/s/Robert Farmer/ /JUAN M. SIMON/
porters. STATEMENT #277056 FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME
This statement was filed with the Asses- The following person is doing business
sor-County Clerk on 2/22/18. (Published FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME STATEMENT #276852 (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
College students or recent graduates STATEMENT #276955 as: 1)Seaport Psychological Sciences
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/8/18, Center 2)Hannah K. Howell PhD JD, 501 The following person is doing business nal: 3/29/18, 4/5/18, 4/12/18, 4/19/18)
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper The following person is doing business
experience is preferred but not neces- 3/15/18, 3/22/18, 3/29/18). Seaport Court, Suite 201, REDWOOD as: AAA Construction and Painting Co.,
as: Maverick Jacks, 1190 California
sarily required. Drive, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Regis- CITY, CA 94063 . Registered Owner: 406 Redwood Ave., SAN BRUNO, CA
tered Owner: Maverick Jacks Peninsula Shelley Hannah Kay Howell, PhD JD, 94066. Registered Owner: Yeol Kim,
Please send a cover letter describing FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME LLC, CA. The business is conducted by 1350 Woodland Ave., San Carlos, CA same address. The business is conduct-
your interest in newspapers, a resume STATEMENT #276923 a Limited Liability Company. The regis- 94070. The business is conducted by an
and three recent clips. Before you ap- The following person is doing business Individual. The registrant commenced to ed by an Individual. The registrant com- ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
trant commenced to transact business menced to transact business under the CHANGE OF NAME
ply, you should familiarize yourself as: Dana’s Flower Basket, 83 37th Ave, under the FBN on 6/1/16. transact business under the FBN on
FBN on 2/28/18. CASE# 18CIV00848
with our publication. Our Web site: SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered /s/Micheal Mallie/ 3/16/18. SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
www.smdailyjournal.com. Owners: Dana LoSchiavo and Joseph This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Shelley Hannah Kay Howell, PhD JD/ /s/Yeol Kim/ COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
LoSchiavo, 947 Lurline Dr., Foster City, sor-County Clerk on 3/8/18. (Published in This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
Send your information via e-mail to CA 94404. The business is conducted the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/15/18, sor-County Clerk on 3/16/18. (Published sor-County Clerk on 2/28/18. (Published REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- by a General Partnership. The registrant 3/22/18, 3/29/18, 4/5/18). in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/22/18, PETITION OF
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- 3/29/18, 4/5/18, 4/12/18). in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/29/18,
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 commenced to transact business under 4/5/18, 4/12/18, 4/19/18). Monica Marie Fuentes
the FBN on 02/08/1984. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME Petitioner: Monica Marie Fuentes filed a
/s/Dana LoSchiavo/ STATEMENT #276871 FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME
This statement was filed with the Asses- petition with this court for a decree
The following person is doing business STATEMENT #276812 FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME changing name as follows:
sor-County Clerk on 3/6/18. (Published in as: 1273 Mills Street Apartments, 1273 The following person is doing business STATEMENT #276989
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/8/18, Present Name: Monica Marie Fuentes
NOW HiRiNG! Mills Street, REDWOOD CITY, CA as: 1)Allied Limousine 2)Eternity Limou-
3/15/18, 3/22/18, 3/29/18). sine, 1745 Adrian Rd #17, BURLIN-
The following person is doing business Proposed Name: Monica Marie Nadirah
94063. Registered Owners: Richard Tod Zarif
CARE HOMES iN SAN MATEO Spieker and Catherine R. Spieker, 60 GAME, CA 94010 . Registered Owner: as: 1)LEBARON INVESTMENTS 2)LEB-
AND REDWOOD CiTy Mulberry Lane, Atherton, CA 94027. The Allied Transportation Services LLC, CA. ARON SUPPLY CO. 3)NRDLY* 4)HIGH-
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
lOOKiNG FOR FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME business is conducted by a Trust. The The business is conducted by a Limited CRAFT, 55 West 5th Ave. #6F, SAN MA- interested in this matter shall appear be-
STATEMENT #276797 registrant commenced to transact busi- Liability Company. The registrant com- TEO, CA 94402. Registered Owner: Kiel fore this court at the hearing indicated
CAREGiVERS The following person is doing business
as: AAA Promotions, 980 Grand Ave.
ness under the FBN on 3/10/08.
/s/Richard Tod Spieker/
menced to transact business under the
FBN on 2011.
LeBaron, same address. The business below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Deepak Prashar/
is conducted by an Individual. The regis- tition for change of name should not be
Interested applicants should call Savoi at Suite 5, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA trant commenced to transact business granted. Any person objecting to the
94080. Registered Owner: Howard David sor-County Clerk on 3/2/18. (Published in This statement was filed with the Asses- name changes described above must file
1(408)401-3689 Or Joel at the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/15/18, sor-County Clerk on 2/26/18. (Published under the FBN on N/A.
1(650)454-0497 Renn, same address. The business is a written objection that includes the rea-
conducted by an Individual. The regis- 3/22/18, 3/29/18, 4/5/18). in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/22/18, /s/Kiel LeBaron/ sons for the objection at least two court
trant commenced to transact business 3/29/18, 4/5/18, 4/12/18). This statement was filed with the Asses- days before the matter is scheduled to
under the FBN on N/A. sor-County Clerk on 3/13/18. (Published be heard and must appear at the hearing
TRiBUZi FOR HAiR /s/Howard David Renn/
FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/29/18, to show cause why the petition should
STATEMENT #276926 FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME
This statement was filed with the Asses- The following person is doing business STATEMENT #276796 4/5/18, 4/12/18, 4/19/18). not be granted. If no written objection is
has a station for rent join our busy friend- sor-County Clerk on 2/23/18. (Published as: Atlas Health Sciences, 100 N El Ca- The following person is doing business timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
ly energetic salon located in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/8/18, mino Real, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. as: Eralux Appliance Repair, 2 Clark Dr tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
25 W. 25th Ave #5 in San Mateo. Registered Owner: Atlas Asia-Pacific, petition shall be held on 04/10/18 at 9
3/15/18, 3/22/18, 3/29/18). #110, SAN MATEO, CA 94401 . Regis- FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
Stop by or call Paige (650)679-4736. CA. The business is conducted by a tered Owners: Mohamed Amine Aouji STATEMENT #277199 Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
Corporation. The registrant commenced and Mirabelle Celine Aouji, same ad-
to transact business under the FBN on dress. The business is conducted by a
The following person is doing business Order to Show Cause shall be published
N/A. as: Fooligan Tribe, 71 Monterey Dr., DA- at least once each week for four succes-
Married Couple. The registrant com- sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
/s/Francis C. Ryan/ menced to transact business under the LY CITY, CA 94015. Registered Owner:

GOT JOBS?
ing on the petition in the following news-
This statement was filed with the Asses- FBN on N/A. Danilo Dris Jr., same address. The busi- paper of general circulation:
sor-County Clerk on 3/7/18. (Published in /s/Mohamed Amine Aouji/ ness is conducted by an Individual. The
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/15/18, San Mateo Daily Journal
This statement was filed with the Asses- registrant commenced to transact busi- Filed: 2/26/2018
3/22/18, 3/29/18, 4/5/18). sor-County Clerk on 2/23/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/22/18,
ness under the FBN on N/A. /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
/s/Danilo Dris Jr./ Judge of the Superior Court
3/29/18, 4/5/18, 4/12/18). Dated: 2/26/2018
FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME This statement was filed with the Asses-
STATEMENT #276798 (Published 3/8/18, 3/1518, 3/22/18,
sor-County Clerk on 3/27/18. (Published
The best career seekers The following person is doing business
as: East Palo Alto United Soccer Club,
FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME
STATEMENT #277084
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/29/18,
3/29/18)
4/5/18, 4/12/18, 4/19/18).
read the Daily Journal. 1735 Tulane Ave., EAST PALO ALTO,
CA 94303. Registered Owner: George
The following person is doing business
as: Round Table Pizza #322, 1324 El
Mendoza, same address. The business Camino Real, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070
is conducted by an Individual. The regis- . Registered Owner: GC Pizza Inc., CA.
We will help you recruit qualified, talented trant commenced to transact business The business is conducted by a Corpora-
individuals to join your company or organization. under the FBN on N/A. tion. The registrant commenced to trans-

The Daily Journal’s readership covers a wide


range of qualifications for all types of positions.
/s/George Mendoza/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 2/23/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/22/18,
3/29/18, 4/5/18, 4/12/18).
act business under the FBN on N/A.
/s/Taranpreet S. Ghandi/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 3/19/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/22/18,
lEGAl NOTiCES
3/29/18, 4/5/18, 4/12/18). Fictitious Business Name Statements,
For the best value and the best results, FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME
STATEMENT #277108 FiCTiTiOUS BUSiNESS NAME
Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate,
recruit from the Daily Journal... The following person is doing business
as: Market Produce Sales, 1364 San Ma-
STATEMENT #277085 Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons,
The following person is doing business
teo Ave #210, SOUTH SAN FRANCIS- as: Round Table Pizza #880, 1084 Fos- Notice of Public Sales and More.
Contact us for a free consultation CO, CA 94080 . Registered Owner: Mar- ter City Blvd., FOSTER CITY, CA 94404.
ket Produce Inc., CA. The business is Registered Owner: GC Pizza Inc., CA.
conducted by a Corporation. The regis-
trant commenced to transact business
The business is conducted by a Corpora-
tion. The registrant commenced to trans-
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County.
Call (650) 344-5200 or under the FBN on 3/1/18. act business under the FBN on N/A.
Email: ads@smdailyjournal.com
/s/William Anderson/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
/s/Taranpreet S. Ghandi/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290
sor-County Clerk on 3/20/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/22/18,
sor-County Clerk on 3/19/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/22/18,
Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com
3/29/18, 4/5/18, 4/12/18). 3/29/18, 4/5/18, 4/12/18).
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203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 296 appliances 303 Electronics 306 housewares 311 Musical Instruments
NOtICE OF PEtItION tO ORdER tO ShOw CauSE FOR COlEMaN lxE Roadtrip Grill - ONKYO aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital COMPlEtE SEt OF CHINA - Windsor YaMaha aCOuStIC Guitar, model
adMINIStER EStatE OF ChaNGE OF NaME Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, FG830 electric. $400.00 (650)421-5469
Eddie Young, Jr. CASE# 18CIV01220 (650)918-9847 Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 20-pieces in original box, never used.
Case Number: 18-PRO-00019 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, $250 per box (3 boxes available). zIlJIaN CYMbalS with stands, 21”
To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, ElECtRIC StOVE From Sears SaMSuNG Flat TV 20" ex.co.incl. (650)342-5630 ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99
tingent creditors, and persons who may 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, Excellent Condition $225 VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 (916)826-5964
otherwise be interested in the will or es- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 Please Call (650)244-9267 CRYStal (lEadEd glass) lamp $30.
tate, or both, of Eddie Young, Jr. A Peti- PETITION OF Can send picture. (650)464-7860
tion for Probate has been filed by Habitat Claudia Enid Gonzalez hOtPOINt hEaVY Duty Dryer excellent
304 Furniture 312 Pets & animals
for Humanity in the Superior Court of TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: working condition Burlingame $50 Call GRIllING wOK stir fry. high quality
California, County of San Mateo. The Petitioner: Claudia Enid Gonzalez filed a Dan (408)656-0958 2 walNut 3-drawer nitestands. Tops steel. Brand new $27 contact 650 592- aIRlINE CaRRIER for cats, pur. from
Petition for Probate requests that a court- petition with this court for a decree need work but very good cond. $20/ea 2648 Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
appointed fiduciary be appointed as per- changing name as follows: MaYtaG waShER excellent working (650)952-3466. (505)228-1480 local.
sonal representative to administer the Present Name: Claudia Enid Gonzalez condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan JulISKa haNd-CRaFtEd 6 7/16"
estate of the decedent. Proposed Name: (408)656-0958 aNtIquE dINING table for six people plates. 2 bxs, of 4 ea. NEW $15.00 ONE KENNEl Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
The petition requests authority to admin- Enid Gonzalez Svymbersky with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 (650)344-4756 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
ister the estate under the Independent MFG h20labS Model 300 exc cond (650)593-2066
Administration of Estates Act. (This au- THE COURT ORDERS that all persons counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. aNtIquE MOhaGaNY Bookcase. Four KItChEN CRaFt Cutter with five differ-
thority will allow the personal representa- interested in this matter shall appear be- feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. ent cones, brand new, 5 different knives. PaRROt CaGE, Steel, Large - approx
tive to take many actions without obtain- fore this court at the hearing indicated REFRIGERatOR FOR Sale very good $35 contact 650-592-2648 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- condition asking only $99 (650)520-4650 aRMChaIR GOOd condition $55. offer. (650)245-4084
ing court approval. Before taking certain (650)266-3184
tition for change of name should not be PaRtYlItE GlaSS 3-tee wall sconce.
very important actions, however, the per- ROOM hEatER Electric 1320 Watts, Ar- 11 1/4" long, xtra tees. $15.00 (650)344-
sonal representative will be required to granted. Any person objecting to the PEt CaRRIER for small dog or cat in ex-
name changes described above must file vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5. bEIGE SOFa $99. Excellent Condition 4756 cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349-
give notice to interested persons unless (650)952-3500 (650) 315-2319
a written objection that includes the rea- 6059
they have waived notice or consented to sons for the objection at least two court
the proposed action.) The independent days before the matter is scheduled to SEwING MaChINE-ROYal XL 6000 buNK bEdS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 308 tools PEt taxI Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux
administration authority will be granted be heard and must appear at the hearing Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or
unless an interested person files an ob- aNtIquE IRON Hand Drills. 3 available Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for
to show cause why the petition should (650)342-8436. B/O (650)685-2494 $25. Call (650)349-6059.
jection to the petition and shows good not be granted. If no written objection is at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
cause why the court should not grant the timely filed, the court may grant the peti- ShOwtIME ROtISSERIE used once CaRPEt RuNNER: 16ft.X26 Wide. Col- YORKIE-SIlKY tERRIER, Male,
authority. tion without a hearing. A hearing on the $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave or: floral design. good condition CRaFtSMaN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" 12 weeks, Pure Bred (papers Included)
A hearing on the petition will be held in petition shall be held on 04/26/18 at 9 message. $45.00. (650)266-3184 dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 Asking $500. (650)952-7221.
this court as follows: APR. 20, 2018 at a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
9:00 a.m., Department 28, Room 2F, SINGER SEwING Machine. Good condi- COMMOdE, GOOd condition. $20 obo. ShOPSMIth MaRK V 50th Anniversary
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
Superior Court of California, County of Order to Show Cause shall be published tion. $45 obo. San Mateo. Please call Please call (650)745-6309
San Mateo, 400 County Center, Red- at least once each week for four succes- (650)745-6309 after 5:00 pm. (650)504-0585 316 Clothes
wood City, CA 94063. sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- COMPutER dESK (glass) & chair. Like
If you object to the granting of the peti- SMIth CORONa typewriter and table new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or VINtaGE CRaFtSMaN Jig Saw. Circa 5 bOxES male & female square dance
ing on the petition in the following news- 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
tion, you should appear at the hearing paper of general circulation: M120 $25 (650)888-9314 gtecher@comcast.net clothing. Excellent Condition. As a
and state your objections or file written San Mateo Daily Journal VINtaGE ShOPSMIth and baNd bunch $200 Maryann (650)574-4439.
objections with the court before the hear- tablE tOP Elec.Skillet Oster #4859 COMPutER dESK For sale $99
Filed: 3/15/2018 w/cover 11 7/8"sq.cook area $10.00 Saw, good shape. $300/obo. Call
ing. Your appearance may be in person /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ (650)520-4650 (650)342-6993 dawGS bRaNd Kaymann black and
or by your attorney. (650)344-4756
Judge of the Superior Court white snake print loafers size 7 (9.3”) $25
If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- Dated: 3/14/2018 COMPutER SwIVEl CHAIR. Padded (650)369-2486
itor of the decedent, you must file your uNItaP StaNdaRd centerset bath- Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
(Published 3/22/18, 3/29/18, 4/5/18, room chrome faucet, complete, $10,
claim with the court and mail a copy to 4/12/18) (650)595-3933 Faux FuR Coat Woman's brown multi
the personal representative appointed by dESK, Gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. 309 Office Equipment color in excellent condition 3/4
the court within the later of either (1) four (650)458-3578 length $50 (650)692-8012
VaCuuM ClEaNER (reconditioned)
months from the date of first issuance of $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 laPtOP CaSE or bag. Black. Like new.
letters to a general personal representa- Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564. GENuINE ladIES Mink Fur Jacket,
tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the StatEMENt OF abaNdONMENt OF wEStERN waShbOaRd Sales made dINEttE tablE, 3 adjustable leaf.$30. $50.00 Call: (650)368-0748.
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days thE uSE OF a FICtItIOuS buSINESS of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C. (650) 756-9516.Daly City. 310 Misc. For Sale GOlF ShOES FootJoy, brown and white
from the date of mailing or personal de- NaME StatEMENt M-256804 $75. phone 650-369-2486.
livery to you of a notice under sectioin dINING ROOM SET - Cherry Wood saddle, 91/2, like new, $15; (650)591-
Names of the person abandoning the (Looks Like Mahogany), two extra 500-600 bIG Band-era 78's--most mint,
9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- use of the Fictitious Business Name: whIRlPOOl waShER DRYER, GE no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 9769
er California statutes and legal authority Jenny Peni and Samantha Gonsalves. Refrigerator all working and in good con- leaves, Seats up to 10. $1200 or best of-
may affect your rights as a creditor. You Name of Business: The Deluxe Salon. dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. fer. (650)591-6331. Call afternoons or GOlF ShOES, FootJoy, black & white
bESSY SMall Evening Hand Bag With saddle, 91/2, good condition, $5;
may want to consult with an attorney Date of original filing: July 17, 2013. Ad- evenings Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
knowledgable in California law. dress of Principal Place of Business: whIRlPOOl-dRYER GaS Coin Oper- (650)591-9769
You may examine the file kept by the 461 Laurel St., SAN CARLOS, CA ated Laundry $99.00 (650)948-4895 or dINING tablE (36"x54") and 4 match- bIFOld ShuttERS 2x28”x79 $10.00
(650)302-2456 ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for (650)544-5306 KaYaNO MEN’S Running shoes size 11
court. If you are a person interested in 94070. Registrants: 1)Jenny Peni, 645 good condition $20 (650)520-7045
the estate, you may file with the court a Caribbean Way, San Mateo, CA 94402 $250 .(650)-654-1930.
Request for Special Notice (form DE- 2)Samantha Gonsalves, 1187 Cotter bObbY hull Hockey Game Great
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- Way, Hayward, CA 94541. The business 297 bicycles dRESSER 4-dRawER in Belmont for Cont. ,1960’s $50 (415)269-4784 ladIES SEquIN dress, blue, size XL,
$75. Good condition; good for children. pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
praisal of estate assets or of any petition was conducted by a General Partner- CaSh REGIStER Parts; Much Skin Not
ship. adult bIKES 1 regular and 2 with bal- Call (650)678-8585 MEN'S StEtSON hat, size large, new,
or account as provided in Probate Code loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 Guts $500 (415)269-4784
section 1250. A Request for Special No- /s/Jenny Peni/ rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
tice form is available from the court clerk. This statement was filed with the Asses- ENtERtaINMENt CENtER for $50. COStCO PlaY Pen with travel bag. (650) 578-9208
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo bMx MONGOOSE Outer Limit Bike, Good shape, blonde, about 5' high.
Attorney for Petitioner: looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933 Used once $35 (650)591-2981
Alexander M. Biddle, Esq. County on 3/9/18. (650)726-4102 NEw wIth tags Wool or cotton Men's
1045A Alameda de las Pulgas (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- ChIld’S SChwINN bICYClE, bluE in dRuM -déCOR ONLY Brass cylinder & pullover sweaters (XL) $15/each
BELMONT, CA 94002 nal, 3/15/18, 3/22/18, 3/29/18, 4/5/18). good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
FREE wOOdEN Bed frame, good condi- fittings, wood frame. Has age. $25.00 (650)952-3466
(650) 532-3470 tion pictures available (650)322-9598 (650)344-4756
FILED: 3/16/18 NEw 12" girls bike w/ training wheels email tmckay1@sbcglobal.net tuxEdO SIzE 40, black, including white
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- $75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave GalV. GOPhER wire, full roll shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
nal on 3/29/18, 4/5/18, 4/6/18) 210 lost & Found mes GlIdER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- new(5x100)ft. $95.00 (650)302-0556
lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. wIlSON lEathER Lady Jacket. Small,
lOSt Cat. Black and White. Black lIONEl ChRIStMaS Holiday expan- like new. $45. (808)863-1136.
patch on right eye. REWARD. 298 Collectibles IKEa dRESSER, black, 3 shelf. 23" x sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
Call (323) 439-7713. 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. wIlSON lEathER, burgundy lady jack-
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a written objection that includes the rea- 295 art 9314 $15.00 (650)544-5306 2648
sons for the objection at least two court ORNatE laRGE bOOKCaSE: Two
days before the matter is scheduled to bRuShEd FINISh, 15" X 20" frame StaR waRS Action figure: Qui-Gon SlR lENS Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6
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ing on the petition in the following news- BTU, Commercial Cool model ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 (650)483-1222 good condition. $70. (650) 591-2981.
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toward operating costs and programmatic “Given the survey findings, Godbe

POLL
Continued from page 1
enhancements, unlike the district’s bond
measure fund which pays toward addressing
campus facilities.
Research and BMWL recommend that the
San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School
District continue the process to prepare for
Officials have said the parcel tax measure a November 2018 election,” according to
is essential to offset a structural deficit, the report, also referring to a consultant in
That support dropped to 64 percent — just which is expected to grow as large as $9 the polling process.
below the supermajority required to pass — million over the coming two years. Beyond Should officials wish to pursue the tax
if the district pursued a $398 tax spanning the tax being considered, the district main- this fall, they would need to approve float-
the same period of time, according to a tains a perpetual $104 parcel tax passed in ing it by the summer.
report presented to officials Monday, March 1991 which generates about $3.5 million
26. Pursuit of local school tax measures have
annually. become increasingly common, as education
School board President Audrey Ng said it
is heartening to find voters’ apparent will- Without the measure under examination, officials seek additional sources of revenue
ingness to support a tax. officials would likely need to look into cut- to backfill funding gaps left by allocations
“The results came back very positive for ting more than $5 million per year over the from Sacramento. The elementary school
the potential parcel tax and we were defi- next two years to balance the budget, generated as much as $10 million annually, districts in Millbrae as well as Belmont and
nitely excited,” she said, adding the polling according to the report. floated as high as 77 percent in some Redwood Shores are seeking tax increases
encouraged officials to continue examining The report claims the measure would help instances, but those figures dropped once a on the June ballot, and the San Bruno Park
the measure’s viability. No decision was pay teachers a living wage in an area duration for the tax was identified. The Elementary as well as San Mateo Union
made at the meeting. becoming increasingly difficult for educa- highest the $398 tax polled was 72 percent, High school districts are examining future
District officials have been scrambling tors to afford. Polling results show appeals and support fell as low as 63 percent when a taxes as well.
for a tax following the March 2017 narrow to helping attract and retain quality teachers 15-year duration was tested. If the district Ng noted polling showed support for her
failure of Measure Y, a previous $209 parcel are among the most effective campaign were able to pass the higher tax, it would district’s measure tested well even with an
tax proposed to span nine years. The pro- pitches. generate roughly $13 million annually. assumption that there would be competing
posal fell one percentage point short of the Funding an ability to improve curriculum, Ng said officials are yet to determine tax floated on a coming ballot.
threshold for approval. The vote pre-empted reduce class sizes and support enrichment which measure they may pursue, claiming Considering the positive feedback, Ng
the expiration of one of the district’s previ- programs were among the other most useful further examination is due. said officials plan to continue examining
ous parcel taxes, which generated about $7 appeals tested against potential voters, Considering the general support for the the tax viability over the coming weeks.
million annually. according to the report. measure though, Godbe suggested it was “We are taking steps forward based on
Revenue from parcel taxes can be paid Support for the $298 measure, standing to suitable to put it on the fall ballot. these results,” she said.

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