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BERRY BUSHES FOR


BEAUTY AND FLAVOR
EAST AREA RAPIST
EX-COP ARRESTED IN SADISTIC CRIME SPREE FROM ’70S,
’80S
49ER ACCUSER
SAYS SHE LIED
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Thursday • April 26, 2018 • XVIII, Edition 213 www.smdailyjournal.com

Serra Station gets final approval


Sweeping, transit-oriented development at Millbrae train station gets ultimate OK
By Austin Walsh approved the Serra Station develop- Papan expressed her appreciation for
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF ment proposal during a meeting the vision shared by developer Vince
Tuesday, April 24. Muzzi.
Millbrae officials put their lasting The decision marks the final consent “I feel you have had the best interest
stamp of approval on a transforma- issued by Millbrae officials for two of Millbrae throughout,” Papan said to
tional mixed-use project proposed sweeping developments slated to build Muzzi, a Millbrae resident who also
adjacent to the city’s rail stop, finaliz- hundreds of new homes and work- operates the Magnolia assisted living
ing years of deliberations setting a spaces near the city’s joint Caltrain facility and is seeking to build on fam-
stage for the transit-oriented develop- and BART station. ily land near the train station.
ment. In the closing minutes of an ongo- His project offers 444 housing
The Millbrae City Council, with ing discussion which has spanned units, more than 270,000 square feet
Mayor Gina Papan and Vice Mayor years of planning and countless hours Rendering of the Serra Station development proposed near
Wayne Lee intermittently dissenting, of occasionally tense public debate, See SERRA, Page 19 the Millbrae train station.

Administrative
exodus vexes
school district
San Carlos parents and officials critical of
principals leaving to join former colleague
By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Upheaval among the administrative


ranks is causing turmoil in the San
Carlos education community following
the former superintendent hiring away
four principals to join him in his new
district.
Over the past few months, principals Craig Baker
Steve Kaufman, John Triska, Alison
Liner and Marie Crawford announced their intent to leave
the San Carlos Elementary School District to join the
Cupertino Unified School District office.
The four will go to work under Superintendent Craig
NICK ROSE/DAILY JOURNAL
Baker, who announced last year his intent to resign from
A LimeBike in front of the downtown San Mateo movie theater has made its way from Burlingame but will soon be joined
by other bicycles after the city shifted over to the sharing program.
See EXODUS, Page 27

LimeBikes set to deploy in San Mateo Unruly Airbnb roils


New pilot to inform dockless bicycle sharing experience Millbrae residents
By Anna Schuessler LimeBike. Many LimeBikes already in app at racks across the city — proved
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF the city are from Burlingame’s recent- to be a boon for commuters who used Community calls for stricter online rental
ly adopted program which costs about the bicycles to travel short distances
San Mateo is shifting its bicycle- $1 per use. across the city. property rules following disruptive party
sharing program into a new gear as the After a piloting a program with bicy- “I think that’s really important and By Austin Walsh
city makes a jump from a fleet of blue cle sharing company Social Bicycles we want to make sure that we continue DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
bicycles stationed in racks across the for nearly two years and with some 50 to have some sort of service avail-
city to a squad of dockless, bright blue bicycles, Deputy City Manager able,” she said. “I think it really facil- A raucous house party in Millbrae ignited concerns
green bicycles and scooters. Kathy Kleinbaum said officials were itates people taking public transporta- among residents calling for stricter regulations to be placed
As soon as the end of May, residents able to determine shared bicycles were tion and other modes to work.” on internet home rental websites such as Airbnb, and city
may see more of the bright green bicy- a viable “last-mile” solution for some But with the company’s shift from officials are pledging to take action.
cles at well-traveled city spots like the commuters. Garnering some 1, 000 blue bicycles called “Bay Bikes” to a Residents flooded a recent Millbrae City Council meeting
downtown Caltrain station as officials members to date, Social Bicycles’ red, electric model dubbed “JUMP to share their fears and frustrations following a disruptive
roll out a newly-approved contract docked program — which stationed
with the San Mateo-based startup bicycles for reservation by a mobile See BIKES, Page 19 See RULES, Page 18
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2 Thursday • April 26, 2018 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“A great many people think they are thinking when
they are merely rearranging their prejudices.”
— William James, American philosopher and psychologist

This Day in History


German and Italian warplanes raided

1937 the Basque town of Guernica during the


Spanish Civil War; estimates of the
number of people killed vary from the
hundreds to the thousands.
In  1 5 6 4 , William Shakespeare was baptized at Holy
Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon, England.
In  1 6 0 7 , English colonists went ashore at present-day
Cape Henry, Virginia, on an expedition to establish the first
permanent English settlement in the Western Hemisphere.
In 1 7 7 7 , during the American Revolutionary War, 16-year-
old Sybil Ludington, the daughter of a militia commander in
Dutchess County, New York, rode her horse into the night to
alert her father’s men of the approach of British regular
troops.
In  1 8 6 5 , John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of President
Abraham Lincoln, was surrounded by federal troops near
Port Royal, Virginia, and killed.
In  1 9 1 3 ,   Mary Phagan, a 13-year-old worker at a Georgia
pencil factory, was strangled; Leo Frank, the factory super-
intendent, was convicted of her murder and sentenced to REUTERS
death. (Frank’s death sentence was commuted, but he was Boys stay inside a temple during an annual Poy Sang Long procession, part of the traditional rite of passage for boys to be
lynched by an anti-Semitic mob in 1915.) initiated as Buddhist novices, in Mae Hong Son, Thailand.
In  1 9 2 3 , Britain’s Prince Albert, Duke of York (the future
King George VI), married Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon at
Westminster Abbey. In other news ...
In  1 9 4 5 ,   Marshal Henri Philippe Petain, the head of research the president’s family roots
France’s Vichy government during World War II, was arrest- California driver crushed by in the Costa da Morte, or Death Coast,
ed. big rig as son stopped to help the rocky shore in northwestern Spain
In  1 9 5 2 , the destroyer-minesweeper USS Hobson sank in PALMDALE — Authorities say the with a long history of shipwrecks.
the central Atlantic after colliding with the aircraft carrier driver of a pickup that rolled over was A Galician native who has lived in
USS Wasp with the loss of 176 crew members. fatally crushed by a big rig as his son the same town since she married her
In  1 9 6 8 , the United States exploded beneath the Nevada stopped to help on a Southern husband four decades ago, Leis works
desert a 1.3 megaton nuclear device called “Boxcar.” California desert road. at home and at her farm, where the
The California Highway Patrol says reporter found her last week planting
Birthdays the Ford F-150 crashed late Tuesday in
the Llano area east of Palmdale. A journalist reporting on farming in
potatoes.
Leis told the newspaper she has not
KABC-TV reports the driver’s son northwestern Spain posted on felt overwhelmed by sudden fame
was nearby and came to assist his Instagram a picture of Dolores Leis because, without a smartphone, the
father. The driver of a big rig also dressed in farm clothing with a hoe over online buzz is easy to ignore.
stopped to help. her shoulder, prompting thousands of “I look at everything that my daugh-
Officials say minutes later another responses. ters show me, but it never stung my
big rig crashed into the pickup, crush- asked to comment on pressing U.S. curiosity to have one (phone),” she
ing it between both semi-trucks. The policy and international issues — said.
pickup driver died at the scene. He was though she has shown more concern
not immediately identified. for a moth plague threatening her FBI makes arrests in ATM
Actress-comedian Actor Jet Li is 55. First lady Melania The CHP is investigating both potato crops. fraud probe around Los Angeles
Carol Burnett is Trump is 48. crashes. “I say that it must be because of the
85. color of the hair,” Leis told the La Voz LOS ANGELES — The FBI and local
For Trump lookalike, crops worry de Galicia newspaper Tuesday authorities have arrested five people
Architect I.M. Pei is 101. Movie composer Francis Lai is She is different to Trump on one on suspicion of using so-called “shim-
86. Rhythm-and-blues singer Maurice Williams is 80. more than social media fame issue though — she doesn’t use a ming” devices to steal bank informa-
Songwriter-musician Duane Eddy is 80. Singer Bobby Rydell MADRID — A woman in Spain has mobile phone and has little interest in tion at ATMs in Southern California.
is 76. Rock musician Gary Wright is 75. Actress Nancy found unexpected fame on social media online chatter. FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller
Lenehan is 65. Actor Giancarlo Esposito is 60. Rock musician after many found she bore a striking Leis, who appears standing in the says warrants were served Tuesday in
Roger Taylor (Duran Duran) is 58. Actress Joan Chen is 57. resemblance to U.S. President Donald middle of her farming plot, her frown- Los Angeles as part of an investiga-
Rock musician Chris Mars is 57. Actor-singer Michael Trump. ing face looking away from the camera tion into bank and credit card fraud
Damian is 56. Rock musician Jimmy Stafford (Train) is 54. A journalist reporting on farming in and blond hair held by a diadem, has across the region.
Actor-comedian Kevin James is 53. Record company execu- northwestern Spain posted on many fans now. She says most of the defendants
tive Jeff Huskins is 52. Former U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Instagram a picture of Dolores Leis “Can we replace Trump with this hard could face charges including aggravat-
Trethewey is 52. Actress Marianne Jean-Baptiste is 51. dressed in farm clothing with a hoe working lady?” one responder on ed identity theft and conspiracy.
Country musician Joe Caverlee (Yankee Grey) is 50. Rapper T- over her shoulder, prompting thou- Instagram asked. City News Service says at least one
Boz (TLC) is 48. Actress Shondrella Avery is 47. Country sands of responses. Others, who called Leis “Trump’s suspect remains at large and is being
musician Jay DeMarcus (Rascal Flatts) is 47. The 64-year-old has since been Galician sister,” made an online call to sought by the FBI and Torrance police.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
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one letter to each square,
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8 18 20 36 45 21 Saturday :  Sunny. Highs in the mid 60s to lower 70s.
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3 2 8 in the afternoon.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Thursday • April 26, 2018 3


Fire damages kitchen Local briefs
equipment at Broadway Grill fire at around 5 a.m. In a Feb. 8 incident,
A fire damaged kitchen equipment at a Dashute reported a fire in a third-floor trash
restaurant in Burlingame Wednesday morn- room in the apartment building, where a
ing, a Central County Fire Department bat- towel had been set on fire, according to pros-
talion chief said. ecutors.
Crews responded around 7:45 a.m. to the Dashute had been seen near the scenes by
fire reported at Broadway Grill, located at those who reported and responded to the inci-
1400 Broadway, Battalion Chief Craig dents, and on April 20, was seen coming out
Latham said. of the complex’s main lobby some 15 min-
The fire was sparked by materials in the utes after the property manager reported
flue system of the restaurant’s kitchen, smoke and fire emanating from the men’s
Latham said. restroom at around 5:20 a.m., according to
The flames did not extend elsewhere in the prosecutors.
structure, he said. Dashute pleaded not guilty to his charges
Broadway was closed for about two hours when he appeared in court Wednesday, and
in the area of Capuchino Avenue as a result of county’s private defender program was
the fire, according to Burlingame police. appointed to his case. Bail was set at
$100,000 and he will next appear in court
Surveillance video puts May 7 for preliminary hearing, according to
prosecutors.
suspected arsonist behind bars
A San Bruno man was taken into custody Median housing prices hit new record
Friday after footage from a surveillance cam- Housing prices in the Bay Area jumped
era revealed he entered the men’s restroom at 14.7 percent from 2017 and hit a new peak of
his apartment complex moments before the $820,000 in March 2018, according to data
complex’s property manager discovered a released by housing research firm CoreLogic.
toilet seat cover dispenser had been set on San Mateo County had the highest median
fire, according to the San Mateo County sale price at $1.3 million, followed closely
District Attorney’s Office. by San Francisco, Santa Clara and Marin
David Dashute, a 55-year-old resident of counties, according to CoreLogic.
the complex, is facing up to 14 years in state Solano County had the lowest median price
prison for the six counts of felony arson he at $425,000, and Sonoma and Contra Costa
has been charged with for incidents at the counties both stayed below $600,000.
apartment building dating back to July, Santa Clara County is currently seeing the
according to prosecutors. highest rate of change in year-over-year esti-
Authorities installed a surveillance camera mates, according to CoreLogic. Median
at the complex on the 1100 block of home prices jumped 33.6 percent from
National Avenue after several calls reporting $898,000 in March 2017 to $1.2 million in
fires at the apartment building’s men’s rest- March 2018.
room and in a trash room had been logged Researchers said “jumbo loans,” which
with the San Bruno police and fire depart- allow more expensive loans in high-cost
ments earlier in the year, according to prose- areas, comprised 62.6 percent of all home
cutors. purchases in March 2018.
On six different occasions, Dashute is In the last 30 years, the organization says
believed to have used a similar strategy of home prices in the Bay Area have gone up by
lighting a toilet seat cover dispenser or toi- 39.8 percent. A total of 7,122 homes were
let paper dispenser in the same restroom on sold in the Bay Area in March alone.

Police reports Po s s es s i o n. A Millbrae resident was cited


and released for being in possession of drug
paraphernalia on Rollins Road, it was
Can you dig it? reported at 8:24 a.m. Wednesday, April 18.
A person witnessed someone rifling Tres pas s i ng . An Oakland resident was
through the bushes and digging a hole cited and released for trespassing on El
with a stick on El Camino Real in Camino Real, it was reported at 7:37 a.m.
Belmont, it was reported at 2:54 p.m. Wednesday, April 18.
Thursday, April 19. Sto l en v ehi cl e. A vehicle was stolen on
Hemlock Avenue, it was reported at 5:30
p.m. Tuesday, April 17.
MILLBRAE Po s s es s i o n. A San Leandro resident was
arrested for being found in possession of
Po s s e s s i o n . A Millbrae resident was unlawful paraphernalia, controlled narcotic
cited and released for being in posses- substances and had a misdemeanor warrant
sion of methamphetamine on El Camino out of San Francisco on Broadway, it was
Real , i t was rep o rt ed at 11 : 0 5 p . m. reported at 10:59 a.m. Tuesday, April 17.
Wednesday, April 18.
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4 Thursday • April 26, 2018 LOCAL THE DAILY JOURNAL

Two line up for Elections Office race


Election changes, staffing and resource challenges mark assessor-county clerk-recorder office priorities
By Anna Schuessler of candidates expected to to the papers Church new, cloud-based server for the assessor’s
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF step forward and changes filed to submit his bid for property assessment system would allow
to the design of future the election after the fil- the office to keep pace with the increased
How San Mateo County’s next chief elec- ballots. ing deadline, and sus- workflow.
tions officer and assessor-county clerk- “This will all result in pected a double standard As a landlord in the county, Mooney said
recorder will weather changes to the elec- additional complexities may be in place at the he has become an advocate for individual
tion system, an uptick in property tax in the administration of office. Church said he property rights and hoped to ensure cities
assessments and upgrades to aging technol- the election as well as made no changes to the and counties don’t exceed their rights.
ogy systems may determine which of the additional costs, ” he papers he filed before the “I look up what the law said and I try and
John Mooney deadline, and said the follow the law,” he said.
two candidates vying for the spot will pre- Mark Church said, adding that overall
vail in the June 5 primary election. he feels the office has Elections Office applies Church acknowledged the county’s limit-
For the third time, Redwood City resident been meeting the challenge and planning the election laws fairly and equally to all ed housing inventory and growing number
John Mooney is challenging incumbent for the changes. “I think we are well-pre- candidates who step forward. He said a state of jobs has taken a toll on the more than
Mark Church for the seat, which went to pared as the full impact of these laws is law requires the office to accepted signed 120 employees he oversees, and said he’s
Church in 2010 and 2014 by a wide margin. finally realized.” voter registration applications asking vot- offered flexible scheduling and explored the
With hopes to serve in the office for a third Church said the office has been a state ers to indicate whether they are United possibility of a satellite office in Daly City
term, Church pegged a slate of state laws leader in ushering in changes expected to States citizens under penalty of perjury. near a Bay Area Rapid Transit station to ease
recently passed and affecting the way local lower costs and increase the number of vot- “How it’s done is not necessarily bad,” the commute for those commuting from
jurisdictions conduct elections as one of the ers participating in elections, noting the said Mooney. “It’s the fact that we have two across the Bay. With the increased workload
biggest challenges the office faces today. county’s pioneering effort to pilot an all- systems, one for the in-group and another and training needed to keep pace with
With the passage of Senate Bill 450 — mail election in 2015. one for the out-group.” upcoming changes to the elections system,
which set forth a new model for voting in Having observed the counting of ballots With a property assessment roll reaching Church said he’s committed to ensuring his
replacing traditional polling places with at previous elections held in the county, a record-high $206 billion in assessed staff have the technology and the tools to
vote centers offering expanded services and Mooney said he hasn’t been satisfied with value for the 2017-18 fiscal year, Church help them navigate the changes as they
ensuring each registered voter receives a the way elections have been run in the coun- acknowledged the increased complexity of have in the past.
vote-by-mail ballot — and Senate Bill 415, ty. With concerns ballots are collected from the valuations the office must calculate for “We have accomplished a great deal in
a state law passed in 2015 aimed at increas- those who aren’t citizens or have died, new generation of corporate complexes like services and programs that will be of bene-
ing voter turnout by aligning city elections Mooney said he would work toward greater the Facebook campus, which may include a fit to the public,” he said. “My goal is to
with state and federal elections in even accuracy on the rolls of registered county variety of uses on one site. More than ensure that [staff] continue to be provided
years, Church said his elections staff has voters. 220,000 parcels and 15,000 businesses are the tools and training that are necessary to
been working through the increased number Mooney alleged he observed amendments included in the roll, said Church, who said a do the job.”

Portola Valley man sentenced, penalized $2 million


By Julia Cheever Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Vince in 2009 and two counts of making false real estate crash of 2008, according to a
BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE Chhabria in San Francisco. statements to a bank concerning properties defense sentencing brief.
Chhabria also ordered Migdal to pay $2 he owned in Portola Valley and Mountain In the other two counts, Migdal pleaded
A former real estate developer from Portola million in fines and restitution, including a View. guilty to making false statements to JP
Valley has been sentenced in federal court to $1 million fine, $460,214 in restitution to The prison term and the $2 million penal- Morgan Chase Bank, formerly Washington
one year and six months in prison for con- three banks and forfeiture of $539,785 worth ty were agreed to in Migdal’s plea bargain Mutual, on mortgage modification applica-
spiring to commit bank fraud and providing of property. with federal prosecutors. In exchange, pros- tions for a condominium he owned in
false statements in connection with four Migdal pleaded guilty in July to one count ecutors agreed to dismiss two additional Mountain View and his home in Portola
properties in Hawaii and the Bay Area. of conspiring to commit bank fraud through counts of bank fraud and one count of aggra- Valley.
Mark Migdal, 72, was sentenced on short sales of two condominiums in Hawaii vated identity theft in a 2017 indictment. In 2009, he falsely told the bank the
The conspiracy conviction concerned two Mountain View unit was his principal resi-
condominiums Migdal bought in Kihei, dence and in 2010 he falsely said he had a job
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THE DAILY JOURNAL STATE Thursday • April 26, 2018 5


Oswalt credits late wife in
Golden State Killer case
By Amanda Lee Myers
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

LOS ANGELES — “You did it, Michelle.”


Comedian Patton Oswalt proudly and tenderly spoke
those words to his late wife in an Instagram video on
Wednesday.
Finally, an arrest had been made in the
case of the Golden State Killer, a moniker
Michelle McNamara coined on her per-
sonal mission to catch a man responsi-
ble for at least 12 killings and 50 rapes
throughout California in the 1970s and
’80s.
McNamara died in her sleep at 46 in
Patton Oswalt April 2016. She had been in the middle
of her hunt for the killer and her book,
“I’ll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman’s
Obsessive Search for the Golden State
Killer.”
Oswalt helped finish the book after
McNamara’s death. It became a No. 1
New York Times best-seller.
On Wednesday, authorities announced
REUTERS that a DNA match led them to arrest the
Ventura District Attorney Gregory D. Totten talks about the arrest of a suspect in the East Area Rapist/Original Night Golden State Killer, who they identified
Stalker/Golden State Killer case in Sacramento. Michelle as Joseph James DeAngelo, a 72-year-
McNamara old former police officer.

Ex-cop arrested in sadistic “This is insane,” Oswalt said in anoth-


er Instagram video when he first learned of the arrest. “Full-
tilt freak-out in effect.”

crime spree from ’70s, ’80s


He and McNamara’s fans were crediting the late sleuth’s
years of dogged work with helping solve the crime and were
disappointed when police didn’t give her credit at a news
conference announcing the arrest.
By Don Thompson name had not been in Orange County, officials said.
Asked specifically about whether McNamara’s book
and Brian Melley on the radar of law Ventura County District Attorney
enforcement before Gregory Totten said prosecutors would helped solve the case, Sacramento County Sheriff Scott
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jones said his office had gotten that question “from literal-
last week, seek the death penalty.
Sacramento County ly all over the world in the last 24 hours.”
SACRAMENTO — A man once sworn DeAngelo, who served in the Navy,
to protect the public from crime was District Attorney was a police officer in Exeter, in the
accused Wednesday of living a double Anne Marie San Joaquin Valley, from 1973 to
life terrorizing suburban neighbor- Schubert said. 1976, at a time a burglar known as the
hoods at night, becoming one of “We knew we were Visalia Ransacker was active, Jones
California’s most feared serial killers Joseph looking for a needle said.
and rapists in the 1970s and ’80s DeAngelo in a haystack, but He transferred to the force in Auburn
before leaving a cold trail that baffled we also knew that in the Sierra foothills near where he
investigators for more than three needle was there,” she said. “It was grew up outside Sacramento. About 50
decades. right here in Sacramento.” crimes, including two killings, were
Former police officer Joseph James A break in the case and the arrest attributed to the East Area Rapist during
DeAngelo, 72, was arrested at his home came together in “light speed” during the three years DeAngelo worked in
after DNA linked him to crimes attrib- the past six days, Schubert said, Auburn, but Jones said it wasn’t clear if
uted to the so-called Golden State Killer though authorities refused to reveal any were committed while on duty.
and he initially was charged with eight what led to DeAngelo. DeAngelo was fired from the Auburn
counts of murder and could face dozens Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones said department in 1979 after being arrested
more charges, authorities said. detectives with “dogged determina- for stealing a can of dog repellant and a
The culprit also known as the East tion” were able to get a sample of DNA hammer from a drug store, according to
Area Rapist, among other names, is from something DeAngelo discarded, Auburn Journal articles from the time.
suspected of at least 12 slayings and 50 though he wouldn’t say what the item He was convicted of the theft and fined
rapes in 10 counties from Northern to was. The genetic material was not a $100.
Southern California. The armed and match, but there were enough similari- Ten slayings occurred after he was
masked prowler sneaked in through ties for investigators to return for more fired and all took place in Southern
windows at night and surprised sleep- and they said they were able to get a California.
ing victims who ranged in age from 13 conclusive match. Although it’s unusual for serial
to 41. After watching DeAngelo for several killers to stop, Jones said they have no
days, deputies took him by surprise reason to think DeAngelo continued to
When encountering a couple, he was
Tuesday. commit crimes after 1986, when the
known to tie up the man and pile dish-
“It looked as though he might have last rape and killing occurred in Orange
es on his back. He threatened to kill
been searching his mind to execute a County.
both victims if he heard plates crash to
particular plan he may have had,” but
the floor while he raped the woman. He “We have no indication of any crimes
never had time to act, Jones said.
then ransacked the house, taking sou- with a similar or at least a close enough
DeAngelo was arrested on suspicion
venirs, notably coins and jewelry link to his MO and other things that
of committing double-killings in
before fleeing on foot or bicycle. he’s done in the past to link him to
Sacramento and Ventura counties and
Despite an outpouring of thousands anything from ’86 on,” Jones said.
later charged with four counts of murder
of tips over the years, DeAngelo’s “We just have nothing at this point.”
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Lax vetting on Trump


nominees beginning
to frustrate senators
By Lisa Mascaro
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — As President Donald Trump’s pick to


lead Veterans Affairs skids to a halt, senators from both par-
ties are voicing frustration that the White House is skip-
ping crucial vetting of nominees and leaving lawmakers to
clean up the mess.
That sentiment was evident Tuesday on Capitol Hill after
senators delayed hearings for White House physician
Ronny Jackson, Trump’s surprise pick to head the VA.
Jackson is facing questions about improper workplace
behavior, and even Trump himself acknowledged that there
were concerns about his nominee’s experience.
REUTERS FILE PHOTO “The White House still seems to be feeling its way on the
Kevin Cramer with his wife Kris and state GOP chairman Rick Berg, left, attend the 2018 North Dakota Republican Party nomination process,” said Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine,
Convention in Grand Forks, N.D.The party endorsed Cramer for the U.S. Senate race against Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp. “and does not fully appreciate how important it is to do a
thorough vetting and FBI background check on nominees.”

House already threatened, could Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., said that while lawmakers want
to be “deferential as much as we can” to the president’s pref-
erences for his Cabinet, “it would be nice to know some of

Republicans also lose Senate grip? the issues that come up after the fact before the fact.”
Trump, who promised to fill his administration with the
“best people,” often gravitates toward advisers he has a per-
By Bill Barrow sonal connection with or who look the part, drawing on the
and Thomas Beaumont “The first question is if Democrats can take the approach he took as a business executive. But as president,
the result is a growing list of Cabinet secretaries and other
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
undeniably stronger turnout in most of these special officials who do not appear to undergo the rigorous scruti-
Republicans have known for months elections ... and replicate that in the fall. ... My guess is they will.” ny typically expected for White House hires.
that their House majority is in genuine — Steven Law, a Republican operative running the Senate Leadership Fund Andy Puzder, Trump’s initial choice to lead the Labor
peril. But after another bruising show- Department, stepped aside before his confirmation hear-
ing in a special election, some in the blame in Arizona. 10 incumbents running in states where ings, in part over taxes he belatedly paid on a former house-
party are reconsidering the once incon- The only explanation was the most Trump won two years ago, Democrats keeper not authorized to work in the United States. Health
ceivable notion of losing the Senate. worrisome for the GOP: Trump’s presi- would need to add another Republican and Human Services Secretary Tom Price won confirmation,
It’s a sobering possibility, particu- dency is activating Democrats and pickup. That could leave them depend- but ultimately resigned amid disclosures about his expen-
larly given Republican’ confidence not demoralizing some Republicans and if ent on knocking off Republican Ted sive travel habits.
long ago that they probably would that trend continues, trouble is ahead. Cruz in Texas or winning in GOP-dom- Others are fighting similar charges, most notably Scott
increase their Senate edge after the “The first question is if Democrats inated Tennessee. Pruitt, the embattled head of Environmental Protection
November vote. Far more Democratic can take the undeniably stronger Still, there are signs that seizing the Agency. Pruitt faces multiple allegations of improper hous-
senators are facing re-election in states turnout in most of these special elec- Senate is no longer a pipe dream. ing, expensing and other practices, prompting several law-
favorable to Republicans than the tions ... and replicate that in the fall,” Democratic incumbents are outpac- makers to call for him to step down.
other way around. That’s why the GOP said Steven Law, a Republican opera- ing Republicans in fundraising. Of the The Senate has increasingly become a partisan battle-
held out hope of expanding its ranks tive running the Senate Leadership 10 Democratic senators running in ground for nomination fights, a war that escalated when
and easing the path for President Fund, a political action committee at Trump-won states, nine are among the President Barack Obama was in the White House and Senate
Donald Trump’s agenda. the forefront of Republicans’ top 20 campaign fundraisers across all Democrats, who had majority control, changed the rules to
Yet a Republican congressional vic- November strategy. “My guess is they Senate candidates this election cycle. allow majority vote for confirming most nominees — the
tory Tuesday in the Phoenix suburbs will.” None of their potential Republican so-called nuclear option — to get around GOP filibusters.
has set off new alarm bells. Democrats certainly have a steep opponents has made that cut. Republicans returned the favor once Trump was in the
Republican Debbie Lesko won the climb and must do more than play The lone Democratic exclusion, West White House, and they had the Senate majority, deploying
special House election by 6 percent- defense to win the Senate majority. Virginia’s Joe Manchin, ranks 31st, the tactic to seat Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court.
age points, though Trump captured Even if they successfully protect all 26 but that still puts him ahead of his Some GOP senators argue that Democrats are slow-walk-
the district by 21 percentage points incumbents — 24 Democrats and two potential GOP rivals. In fact, the top ing even those Trump nominees with a solid track record,
in 2016. GOP turnout dropped off, independents who caucus with them — Republican Senate fundraisers for the including Mike Pompeo, who got votes from 14 Democrats
and unlike Republicans’ shocking they still would have to pick up two cycle are Roy Moore and Luther and one aligned independent last year during his confirma-
losses in a Pittsburgh-area House seats. Arizona and Nevada are the most Strange, the two Alabama Republicans tion for CIA director. Pompeo is now in line to run the State
race and an Alabama Senate contest, likely. who vied for the seat now held by Department, but has faced stiff opposition from some of the
there was no weak GOP nominee to For every Democratic loss among the Democrat Doug Jones. same Democrats who backed him a year ago.
The Democratic opponents are going to “embarrass them-
selves,” said Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas. Thune called it
“really a new low.”
But questions about the White House’s vetting standards
have no doubt given Democrats fresh ammunition to chal-
lenge Trump’s Cabinet picks.
“Our Republican colleagues bemoan the pace of the nom-
inations,” said Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-
N.Y. But he said because of the administration’s “quick,
sloppy vetting process,” the Senate job of vetting nomi-
nees “is more important than ever before.”
Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., said senators don’t have to
agree with a nominee’s position on the issue, but the Senate
has a historic role — to advise and consent — that the pres-
ident’s picks are up to the job.
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Oh, Yeezus: Donald Trump and
Kanye West trade Twitter love
By Jonathan Lemire Republican president’s
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS positions.
“My wife just called me
NEW YORK — Trump-West 2020? and she wanted me to
In a moment that seemed to encapsulate make this clear to every-
2018’s social media-driven blurring of one,” West wrote. “I don’t
celebrity and politics, President Donald agree with everything
Trump tweeted his thanks to rap superstar Trump does. I don’t agree
Kanye West on Wednesday for his recent and 100% with anyone but
perhaps unexpected online support. Donald Trump myself.”
“Thank you Kanye, very cool!” the presi- West lent an air of
dent posted in response to the tweets from celebrity to Trump, who
West, who called the president “my brother.” has not been nearly as
West, the enigmatic hip hop provocateur, popular among movie and
posted a series of tweets in support of the music stars as his
president, whom he visited at Trump Tower in Democratic predecessor,
December 2016 during the presidential tran- Barack Obama. He com-
sition. plained about struggling
“You don’t have to agree with trump but the to lure big-name talent to
mob can’t make me not love him. We are his Inauguration and made
REUTERS both dragon energy,” West wrote Wednesday. Kanye West a point of calling
Donald Trump’s nominee to be U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Navy Rear Adm. Ronny “He is my brother. I love everyone. I don’t Roseanne Barr, a rare
Jackson, arrives for a meeting with Sen. Jon Tester at his office on Capitol Hill. agree with everything anyone does. That’s Trump supporter in Hollywood, for the recent
what makes us individuals. And we have the success of her sitcom.

Memo: VA pick Jackson said to right to independent thought.”


Later, West posted a photo of himself wear-
ing one of Trump’s signature red campaign
“Make America Great Again” hats and show-
Trump has also consistently been support-
ed by a small percentage of black voters.
West has recorded several best-selling
albums and produced a buzzy fashion line and

have crashed car while drunk


By Hope Yen, A doomed VA nomination would be a
cased that the president had signed it.
“MAGA!” Trump responded in another tweet,
using the acronym for his slogan.
West noted that his wife, reality star Kim
has the undeniable talent for attracting atten-
tion. He’s also been linked to several previ-
ous presidents, including when Obama called
him “a jackass” in 2009 for storming the
Zeke Miller and Ken Thomas political blow to the White House, which Kardashian West, wanted him to clarify that stage at an MTV awards show to interrupt
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS has faced criticism for sloppy screening of he was not in lockstep with all the Taylor Swift.
Cabinet nominees. President Donald Trump
WASHINGTON — Dr. Ronny Jackson had continues to stand by Jackson and the White
a pattern of recklessly prescribing drugs and House is aggressively defending him. Three days after fatal shootings, Around the nation
drunken behavior, including crashing a Jackson on Wednesday denied allegations Tennessee Waffle House reopens Proceeds from the next 30 days of sales at
government vehicle while intoxicated and of bad behavior and told reporters at the NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee
White House he was “still moving ahead as the store will go to the families of the four
doling out a large supply of a prescription Waffle House where four people were fatally
planned.” who were killed and to the two who remain
opioid to a White House military staff mem- shot reopened Wednesday amid tears and
ber, according to a summary of accusations “I never wrecked a car,” he said. “I have no hospitalized, said Waffle House spokesman
solemn remembrance of the dead, as the Pat Warner.
compiled by Democratic staff on the com- idea where that is coming from.” company said it will donate a month of the
mittee considering his nomination as He told reporters he was “still moving One of the employees who was working
restaurant’s sales to help the wounded sur- during the attack wept and knelt outside the
Veterans Affairs secretary. ahead as planned.”
vivors and the families of the slain. restaurant before four white crosses bearing
The summary was based on conversations The allegations were publicly released on
the day that Jackson’s confirmation hearing Employees wore orange ribbons and the pictures and names of the victims.
with 23 of Jackson’s current at former col-
was to have been held. The hearing was hugged one another while a steady stream of The woman, who still had scrapes on her
leagues at the White House Medical Unit.
The accusations included multiple incidents postponed indefinitely while the allega- customers came in to order food and show face, said she could not speak.
of Jackson’s intoxication while on duty, tions against him are reviewed. support. One of those who died in the carnage was
often on overseas trips. On at least one White House Press Secretary Sarah Among those killed when a man opened Joe Perez, a 20-year-old customer from
occasion he was nowhere to be found when Huckabee Sanders said Wednesday that fire in the parking lot with an AR-15 rifle Nashville. His parents, who traveled to
his medical help was needed because “he was Jackson had passed “at least four independ- and stormed the restaurant early Sunday Nashville from Texas, signed the cross bear-
passed out drunk in his hotel room,” accord- ent background checks” that found “no areas morning was an employee, Taurean ing their son’s name and the three others.
ing to the summary. of concern.” Sanderlin, 29, and three customers. Four They also did not want to speak.
At a Secret Service going-away party, the “He has received more vetting than most people were wounded.
summary says, Jackson got drunk and nominees,” she said.
wrecked a government vehicle. According to the summary released by
In just a matter of days, the allegations Democrats, Jackson was nicknamed
have transformed Jackson’s reputation as a “Candyman” by White House staff because
celebrated doctor attending the president to he would provide prescriptions without
an embattled nominee accused of drinking paperwork and had his own private stock of
on the job and over-prescribing drugs. controlled substances.
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Around the nation


Trump meets with Apple CEO
at White House to talk trade
Trump’s travel ban likely to
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump
met Wednesday with Apple CEO Tim Cook
at the White House to dis-
cuss trade as he engages
be upheld, justices indicate
By Mark Sherman
in negotiations around THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
the globe.
Trump tweeted before WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court
the meeting that they seemed poised Wednesday to uphold
would be “talking about President Donald Trump’s ban on travel to
many things, including the U.S. by visitors from several Muslim-
how the U.S. has been majority countries, a move that would hand
Donald Trump treated unfairly for many the president a major victory on a controver-
years, by many coun- sial signature policy.
tries, on trade.” In the court’s first full-blown considera-
The president met with tion of a Trump order, the conservative jus-
Cook in the Oval Office a tices who make up the court’s majority
day after the leader of the seemed unwilling to hem in a president who
technology giant attend- has invoked national security to justify
ed Trump’s state dinner restrictions on who can or cannot step on
for French President U.S. soil.
Emmanuel Macron. The justices in December allowed the ban
Trump has had a fraught to take full effect even as the legal fight over
Tim Cook relationship with the it continued, but Wednesday was the first
electronics company, time they took it up in open court. Trump’s
criticizing Apple Inc. on Twitter over its tough stance on immigration was a center-
decision not to cooperate with law enforce- piece of his presidential campaign, and he
ment on breaching its phone encryption rolled out the first version of the ban just a
and over the size of the screens on iPhones. week after taking office, sparking chaos and REUTERS
But Trump has praised the Cupertino, protests at a number of airports. Protesters gather outside the U.S. Supreme Court, while the court justices consider the case
California-based company’s planned The ban’s challengers almost certainly regarding presidential powers as it weighs the legality of Donald Trump’s latest travel ban
investment in the U.S. after the passage of need either Chief Justice John Roberts or
targeting people from Muslim-majority countries.
last year’s tax cuts. Justice Anthony Kennedy on their side if the
White House press secretary Sarah court is to strike down the policy that its defending the ban, started to answer that such From the other side, Kennedy challenged
Huckabee Sanders said the primary focus of opponents have labeled a Muslim ban. a turn of events was extremely unlikely Katyal about whether the ban would be
the meeting was trade. Cook also met with But neither appeared receptive to argu- because of the two countries’ close relation- unending. He said the policy’s call for a
White House economic adviser Larry ments made by lawyer Neal Katyal, repre- ship, Kagan stopped him. “This is an out-of- report every six months “indicates there’ll
Kudlow. senting the ban’s opponents, that Trump’s the-box kind of president in my hypotheti- be a reassessment” from time to time.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is rule stems from his campaign pledge to keep cal,” she said, to laughter. “You want the president to say, ‘I’m con-
expected to travel to China soon for trade Muslims out of the country and is unlike “We don’t have those, Your Honor,” vinced that in six months we’re going to
talks as both countries have proposed tar- immigration orders issued by any other pres- Francisco replied. have a safe world,”’ Kennedy said, seemingly
ident.k While there was discussion about Trump’s rejecting Katyal’s argument.
iffs of $50 billion on the other’s products.
The room was packed for the court’s final statements both as a candidate and as presi- His only question that seemed to favor the
Trump has said he’s looking to impose tar-
arguments until October, and people waited dent, no justice specifically referenced his challengers came early in the arguments,
iffs of up to $100 billion more on Chinese
in line for seats for days. “Hamilton” creator tweets on the subject, despite Katyal’s when he asked Solicitor General Francisco
goods. attempt to get them to focus on last fall’s whether Trump’s campaign statements
The administration is also engaged in Lin-Manuel Miranda was in the audience.
Demonstrators protesting the ban filled the retweets of inflammatory videos that stoked should be considered in evaluating the
negotiations with Canada and Mexico on a anti-Islam sentiment. administration’s ban. Francisco told the jus-
revised form of the North American Free area outside the building.
Some who oppose the ban have said courts Justice Sonia Sotomayor was the most tices they shouldn’t look at those campaign
Trade Agreement, which Trump assailed dur- aggressive questioner of Francisco. statements.
ing his 2016 Republican campaign. should treat Trump differently from his prede-
cessors. But that issue was raised only She told him she doubted that the president Kennedy pressed on that point. Speaking
obliquely from the bench when Justice Elena has “the authority to do more than Congress of a hypothetical candidate for mayor, he
EPA security chief also worked Kagan talked about a hypothetical president has already decided is adequate” under immi- asked if what was said during that candidate’s
for owner of tabloid company who campaigned on an anti-Semitic platform gration law. She and Kagan also questioned campaign was irrelevant if on “day two” of
WASHINGTON — The security chief for and then tried to ban visitors from Israel. Francisco closely about whether the ban dis- his administration the new mayor acted on
the head of the Environmental Protection When Solicitor General Noel Francisco, criminates against Muslims. those statements.
Agency worked on the side as a private
investigator for the owner of a tabloid news
company with close ties to President
Donald Trump.
White House condemns ruling on Trump’s ‘Dreamers’ program
By Elliot Spagat three-month reprieve, it tions for young immigrants.
EPA special agent Pasquale “Nino” THE ASSOCIATED PRESS would be a new setback Siding with Princeton University and the
Perrotta performed regular work for for the Trump team NAACP, Bates said the administration’s
National Enquirer publisher American Media SAN DIEGO — The White House on because it would require decision in September to phase out the pro-
Inc. during the 2016 election, according to Wednesday sharply criticized a federal the administration to gram over six months relied on “meager
a person with knowledge of the company’s judge’s ruling that the Trump administration accept requests from first- legal reasoning.”
internal workings. must resume a program that has shielded time applicants for the He invited the Department of Homeland
But unlike another private investigator hundreds of thousands of young immigrants Obama-era program. Security to try again, “this time providing a
hired by the Enquirer, Perrotta didn’t work from deportation. Two nationwide injunc- fuller explanation for the determination that
on such newsroom projects as tracking While the government has 90 days to tions earlier this year the program lacks statutory and constitu-
down sources. Instead, the person told the Sarah
restate its arguments before the order takes Huckabee applied only to renewal tional authority.”
Associated Press, Perrotta was engaged to effect, presidential press secretary Sarah requests for the Deferred The judge wrote that the administration’s
discreetly handle investigative work at the Sanders
Huckabee Sanders characterized the ruling as Action for Childhood explanation was “particularly egregious”
direction of AMI’s chairman and CEO, David “good news” for smuggling organizations Arrivals program. because it didn’t mention that many of the
Pecker. and criminal networks and “horrible news DACA recipients are commonly referred hundreds of thousands covered by the pro-
The person was not authorized to speak for our national security.” to as “Dreamers,” based on never-passed gram had obtained jobs and pursued educa-
publicly about the company’s operations If Tuesday’s ruling by U.S. District Judge proposals in Congress called the DREAM tion based on the assumption that they
and spoke on condition of anonymity. John D. Bates in Washington survives the Act that would have provided similar protec- would be allowed to renew.

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Toronto van attack
throws spotlight on
anti-woman vitriol
By Tammy Webber and Jennifer Peltz
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

TORONTO — The deadly van rampage in Toronto is train-


ing attention on an online world of sexual loneliness, rage
and misogyny after the suspect invoked
an uprising by “involuntary celibates”
and gave a shoutout to a California killer
who seethed at women for rejecting him.
The world of self-described “incels,”
where sexual frustrations boil over into
talk of violent revenge against women,
has become a virtual home for some
socially isolated men like the 25-year-
Alek Minassian old computer science student charged in
Monday’s carnage on Toronto’s busiest
thoroughfare.
Minutes before plowing a rented van into a crowd of
mostly women, killing 10 people and injuring 14, suspect
REUTERS Alek Minassian posted a Facebook message that seemed to
French President Emmanuel Macron arrives to address a joint meeting of Congress. offer one of the few clues so far to what was on his mind.
“The Incel Rebellion has already begun!” it read.

Macron resists Trump’s ‘America Police confirmed Minassian posted the message but have
declined so far to discuss a motive for the attack as they
continue investigating. But the post has revived concerns

first’ in his speech to Congress about the anti-woman vitriol embraced by California mass
killer Elliot Rodger and invoked by Minassian in his post.
The incel community is “one of the most violent areas of
By Josh Lederman and Lisa Mascaro House, his blunt speech prizing Macron has carefully cultivated as the internet,” said Heidi Beirich, who tracks hate groups for
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS engagement over isolationism rein- close a relationship to Trump as any the Southern Poverty Law Center. “It may seem to some
forced the French leader’s emerging world leader can boast. But addressing people that this is kind of a group of pathetic, victimized
WASHINGTON — French President role as a top defender of the liberal a joint meeting of Congress — an white males who just are lonely. It’s not. It’s ugly.”
Emmanuel Macron drew sharp con- world order. honor granted only occasionally to Yet some incel sites insist they don’t condone violence
trasts with President Donald Trump’s “We can choose isolationism, with- leaders of close U.S. allies — Macron or misogyny. And Judith Taylor, a University of Toronto
worldview Wednesday, laying out a drawal and nationalism. This is an confronted his differences with Trump professor who focuses on social movements, notes that
firm vision of global leadership that option. It can be tempting to us as a head-on. some participants in incel discussions simply feel forsak-
rejects “the illusion of nationalism” in temporary remedy to our fears, ” As Trump weighs pulling out of the en, while others “can become very graphic and very toxic.”
a candid counterweight to Trump’s Macron said. “But closing the door to 2015 Iran accord, Macron made clear Until Monday, Minassian had a life that never attracted
appeals to put “America first.” the world will not stop the evolution that France will not follow his lead. authorities’ attention.
In the spotlight of a speech to the of the world. It will not douse but “We signed it at the initiative of the Living with his family in suburban Toronto, he studied at
U.S. Congress, Macron was courteous inflame the fears of our citizens.” United States. We signed it, both the nearby Seneca College, where some fellow students told
but firm, deferential but resolute as he Issuing a bleak warning, he urged United States and France,” Macron news media he had a way with computers.
traced the lines of profound division against letting “the rampaging work said. “That is why we cannot say we
between himself and Trump on key of extreme nationalism shake a world should get rid of it like that.”
world issues: climate change, trade and full of hopes for greater prosperity.” Macron later told French reporters
the Iran nuclear deal. It was a marked shift from the sim- that he has no “inside information” on
A day after the French leader had put patico Macron of only a day earlier dur- Trump’s decision on the Iran deal but
on a show of warmth and brotherly ing his state visit at the White House. noted that it’s clear the U.S. president
affection for Trump at the White In his first year as France’s president, “is not very much eager to defend it.”

Central American asylum seeking caravan reaches U.S.


By Elliot Spagat the Mexican border city of Tijuana at Wednesday, said Alex Mensing, proj-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS two migrant shelters just steps from ect coordinator for Pueblos Sin
one of the most fortified stretches of Fronteras, which is organizing the
TIJUANA, Mexico — About 130 border separating the U. S. from effort.
Central Americans, mostly women and Mexico. They joined another 50 or so U.S. lawyers planned to lead clinics
children, have arrived at the U.S. bor- who arrived in Tijuana over the last later this week on U.S. asylum law to
der with Mexico in a “caravan” of asy- week or two. tell them what to expect when they
lum-seeking immigrants that has Four more busloads of about 200 seek asylum. The first groups are
drawn the fury of President Donald Central Americans — mostly women expected to try to enter the U.S. on
Trump. and children but including some men, Sunday at a border crossing in San
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Stocks close mixed; Dow ends losing streak


By Marley Jay climbed 8.1 percent to $145.96
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS after it, too, surpassed analyst
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 24,146.34 projections.
Low: 23,823.08 Investors also monitored rising
NEW YORK — A late round of
Close: 24,083.83 interest rates, which tend to slow
buying erased early losses on Wall
Change: +59.70 down economic growth by mak-
Street, leaving major indexes
ing it more expensive for people
mixed at the close of trading. OTHER INDEXES and companies to borrow money.
Bigger companies managed to eke S&P 500: 2639.20 +4.64 Bond prices fell again Wednesday,
out modest gains, while smaller NYSE Index: 12,517.86 +3.87 sending yields higher. The yield
companies mostly fell.
Nasdaq: 7003.74 -3.62 on the 10-year Treasury note kept
A big gain in Boeing pushed the setting four-year highs as it rose
Dow Jones industrial average NYSE MKT: 2579.16 +19.36
Russell 2000: 1550.47 -2.81 to 3.03 percent from 3 percent.
higher, breaking a five-day losing Low interest rates have played
streak. Late in the day, energy Wilshire 5000: 27,446.06 +24.90
an important role in the economic
companies got a boost after 10-Yr Bond: 3.02 +0.04 recovery of the last decade, and the
Exxon Mobil said it is raising its yield on the 10-year note is a
quarterly dividend.
Oil (per barrel): 68.01 +0.31
Gold : 1,324.40 -8.60 benchmark for many kinds of
Stocks got off to a weak start as interest rates including mort-
investors worried that growing gages. It’s been climbing because
costs for raw materials along with earnings for the rest of this year. up costs and affect company earn- 1, 550. 47. Most stocks on the
On Wednesday Goodyear Tire & ings in the months to come. New York Stock Exchange fell. investors expect higher economic
rising interest rates would hold growth and inflation. While
back profit growth for U.S. com- Rubber said higher raw materials “I wouldn’t be surprised if earn- Investors expected strong profit
costs and weaker demand hurt its ings peaked by the end of this growth this year thanks to the investors expect the Federal
panies. Defense contractors stum- Reserve to raise interest rates two
bled following first-quarter business in the first quarter. Its year, but certainly they haven’t growing global economy and the
stock fell 5.1 percent to $25.51. peaked yet,” she said. corporate tax cut President Donald more times this year, growing
reports from Northrop Grumman numbers of them now expect it to
and General Dynamics. Invesco Chief Global Market The S&P 500 index added 4.84 Trump signed at the end of 2017.
Strategist Kristina Hooper said points, or 0. 2 percent, to That optimism helped send stocks raise rates a third time after that.
U.S. bond yields rose again and investors are starting to worry 2,639.40. The Dow rose 59.70 to record highs in January. Now Media conglomerate Comcast
set four-year highs while oil that the market’s best days are points, or 0. 2 percent, at investors are worrying about made a new offer to buy British
prices, already at three-year behind it. She noted that wages are 24,083.83. The losing streak was whether that growth will show up. broadcaster Sky, this time for $30
highs, continued to move higher. rising, as unemployment has been its longest in more than a year. Aerospace company Boeing billion. Sky had accepted a $16.5
Stocks had tumbled on Tuesday at multi-decade lows for the last The Nasdaq composite dipped topped Wall Street’s estimates in billion offer from 21st Century
after companies including few years. That means costs for 3.61 points, or 0.1 percent, to the first quarter and raised its fore- Fox. British regulators are inves-
Caterpillar, 3M and Sherwin- companies are up. Oil prices have 7,003.74. The Russell 2000 index casts for the year. Its stock gained tigating whether Fox’s bid for Sky
Williams said they seeing higher also jumped and investors are wor- of smaller-company stocks lost 4.2 percent to $342.86 and rail- would give Rupert Murdoch and
costs. Caterpillar also said it does- ried that new tariffs will also drive 2.81 points, or 0.2 percent, to road operator Norfolk Southern his family too much control over
n’t expect to top its first-quarter the country’s news media.

ly failed to filter out disturbing content.


Twitter is profitable again in Visa 2Q profits jump, helped by
more spending on its network
Business briefs Google-owned YouTube launched the
toddler-oriented app in 2015, describ-
percent since the beginning of the year.
1Q, Wall Street not impressed NEW YORK — Payment processing
giant Visa on Wednesday reported a
The stock has more than doubled in the
last 12 months.
ing it as a “safer” experience than the
regular YouTube video-sharing service.
By Barbara Ortutay sharp jump in its fiscal second-quarter But it’s been criticized by child advo-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS profits from a year earlier on Facebook: 1Q Earnings Snapshot cates for its commercialism and for the
Wednesday, as more shoppers spent failures of its automated screening. It’s
money on Visa’s network across all its MENLO PARK — Facebook Inc. on engineered to exclude inappropriate
NEW YORK — Twitter has remained largely outside of the Wednesday reported first-quarter earn-
crosshairs of Congress over the privacy issues that have major markets. content and recommend videos based
The San Francisco-based company ings of $4.99 billion. on what children have watched before.
tripped up Facebook, but it continues to face its own, On a per-share basis, the Menlo Park-
unique challenges. said it earned $2.61 billion in the peri- That automated system remains the
od ending March 30, or $1.11 a share. based company said it had net income default, but the updates allow parents to
The company is wrestling with abuse on its own platform of $1.69.
The company’s net income rose by 26 switch it off and choose a contained
as well as a potential accounting for disinformation cam- The results exceeded Wall Street
percent when a one-time charge tied to selection of programs such as Sesame
paigns that led up to and followed the 2016 presidential expectations. The average estimate of Street.
the purchase of Visa Europe is excluded
election, though Twitter suspended the accounts of many 14 analysts surveyed by Zacks
from the year-ago results.
well-known white nationalists in December. Investment Research was for earnings Alexa, make my kid polite:
Visa’s profit beat the expectations of
During a call with analysts Wednesday to discuss first- analysts, who forecast earnings of of $1.36 per share.
quarter earnings, CEO Jack Dorsey sought to differentiate $1.01 a share, according to FactSet. The social media company posted Echo to get child-friendly update
Twitter from its social media peers. Twitter, he said, is pub- revenue of $11.97 billion in the period, NEW YORK — Alexa’s new mis-
Spending across Visa’s namesake
lic, “so all of our data is out in the public, out in the open.” which also beat Street forecasts. sions: encourage kids to ask questions
network rose 11 percent to $2.716 tril-
Unlike Google and Facebook, however, Twitter has strug- Thirteen analysts surveyed by Zacks more politely, and get them to bed on
lion in the quarter. As a payment
gled with profitability. expected $11.45 billion. time.
processor, Visa earns a small fee from
The company on Wednesday posted only its second prof- Facebook shares have decreased 9.5 The voice assistant that lives inside
each transaction run on its network.
itable quarter and despite some strong growth overseas, percent since the beginning of the year, Amazon’s Echo speakers will soon
The total number of cards issued on
many on Wall Street remain jittery about its prospects. while the Standard & Poor’s 500 index thank kids for shouting out questions
Visa’s network grew to 3.25 billion
Despite a surprisingly robust quarter, shares tumbled has decreased slightly more than 1 per- “nicely” if they say “please.” The new
from 3.13 billion a year earlier.
more than 6 percent at the opening bell after the company cent. In the final minutes of trading on response is part of a kid-friendly update
warned of tougher performance comparisons moving for- QuinStreet: Wednesday, shares hit $159.69, a climb that’s coming next month, giving par-
ward. of 9 percent in the last 12 months. ents more control over the voice assis-
Some of the challenges in surpassing what turned out to
Fiscal 3Q Earnings Snapshot tant. Adults can set Alexa to go silent at
be a very impressive finish last year have already begun to FOSTER CITY — QuinStreet Inc. on YouTube overhauls kids’ app bedtime, block music with explicit
emerge, at least to some investors. Wednesday reported fiscal third-quarter after complaints about content lyrics and even call kids down to dinner.
Daily active users increased 10 percent, down from 12 profit of $7.1 million. YouTube is overhauling its kid- “Gone are the days of shouting up the
percent growth in the fourth quarter, and 14 percent growth The Foster City-based company said focused video app to give parents the stairs,” Amazon said in a statement
a year ago. it had profit of 14 cents per share. option of letting humans, not computer Wednesday.
Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter said the Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains algorithms, select what shows their In addition, Amazon will sell an $80
diminished growth spooked investors. and costs, came to 16 cents per share. children can watch. Echo Dot aimed at kids that comes with
The online marketing services com- The updates that begin rolling out colorful cases and a 2-year warranty,
pany posted revenue of $117.9 million Thursday are a response to complaints promising to replace the device if it
in the period. that the YouTube Kids app has repeated- breaks. Echo Dots typically sell for
QuinStreet shares have climbed 39 $50.
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to revolutionize baseball bats
Thursday • April 26, 2018

Golden Knights not your average expansion team


By Josh Dubow and walking in and going, ‘This isn’t a “I remember season and then swept a Los Angeles Kings
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS mirage. These guys are for real,”’ Sharks team that always seemed to be a step behind
coach Peter DeBoer said. “Their game was playing them in in the first round of the playoffs.
It took one trip to Las Vegas early in the real, the way they came at you, the tenacity November and “We played them a couple of times early
season for the San Jose Sharks to realize they played with, the depth they have. That and you figured out this team is for real and
that the fast start to the season for the opinion for me hasn’t changed in any of the walking in and will be tough for years to come,” Sharks
expansion Golden Knights was no fluke. games we played them, and it went back as going,‘This isn’t a defenseman Justin Braun said. “They have
So it should come as little surprise to the far as November when we played them early. mirage. These great speed and the coach has them going
Sharks that they have to get past Vegas in Great test for us.” hard. We’re going to have to match that
the second round of the playoffs starting The Golden Knights brought relentless Peter DeBoer
guys are for real.’” every shift.”
Thursday night to reach the Western speed to a Pacific Division that had been The Sharks have embraced the league’s
Conference final for the fourth time in the known in recent years for heavy teams that transition to a faster game in recent years,
The group of castoffs raced past the rest of
past nine seasons. thrived on wearing down opponents with the division for 109 points in the regular
“I remember playing them in November physical play. See SHARKS, Page 16

Trinidad best in the West Recent power


surge has the
14-year-old Emerald Hills gymnast takes all-around title in Reno
By Nathan Mollat
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Giants joining
By gymnastic standards, Porsche Trinidad
is a late starter. The now 14-year-old took up
the sport at the age of 9 — which is about
modern game
I
four or five years later than elite gymnasts. n the immediate aftermath of Major
A late starter, yes, but also a late bloomer. League Baseball’s “Steroid Era,” the
Trinidad, an eighth-grader from Emerald reliance on the home run took a
Hills who competes with San Mateo Nor Cal backseat to what the San Francisco Giants
Gymnastics Club, recently captured the eventually became: a three-time World
level 10 championship at the USA Series champion based on strong pitching
Gymnastics 8-10 Level regional event in and defense, and timely hitting.
Reno two weeks ago and finished second Well, the pendulum has swung back, with
overall against all competitors. teams and players once again digging the
“I had been preparing for it (doing well at long ball and focused on newfangled terms
regionals),” Trinidad said. “I was very confi- like “launch plane” and “exit velocity.”
dent I would do very well.” After a few years of
It’s not bragging from Trinidad. She has playing catchup, the
been on a rapid rise since concentrating on San Francisco
gymnastics, while still dabbling in compet- Giants, Wednesday’s
itive basketball. She qualified for the clunker against the
regional meet by virtue of a top-four finish Washington
in the Northern California state champi- Nationals notwith-
onships in March. She was one of 12 gym- standing, have
nasts from Northern California to compete joined the rest of
in the regionals against teams from MLB and are appear
Arizona, Nevada, Utah and Southern to be actively seek-
California. ing to hit homers.
Trinidad finished no lower than second After finishing
place in the four apparatus — first place in dead last in all of
the uneven bars and second-place finishes in MLB in home runs hit last season, the San
the vault, balance beam and floor exercise. It Francisco Giants are, this season, in a tie
added up an all-around title. for ninth out of 30 teams — albeit just 24
Unlike the recent focus on explosive games into the season. The Giants are
gymnastic moves, Trinidad is decidedly old roughly a fifth of the way to the 128
school in that she focuses on grace and hav- dingers they popped last season, with 25
ing perfect lines. Not surprisingly, Trinidad already in 2018.
enjoys the stage the floor exercise allows, Where is this flicker of a power surge
while she continues to work on her power coming from? Their key free-agent acqui-
game for the vault. sitions heating up, an oft-injured first
“On the floor, I get to express my person- baseman who is on a power streak right
ality more,” Trinidad said. “I’m not a very now, unexpected power from good hitters
powerful gymnast. I’m more graceful.” and the apparent emergence of a guy who,
All of which makes her ascension on the after bouncing between the majors and
gymnastics scene even more improbable minors the last three seasons, seems to
than accomplishing what she has at her age. have finally figured out major league
“A lot of times in a sport like gymnastics, pitching.
you don’t it, it picks you. She loves the PHOTO COURTESY OF SANDRA MADRIGAL After slow starts, free agent acquisitions
Porsche Trinidad, shown working on the balance beam, recently captured the Western
See GYMNAST, Page 14 Regional Level 10 all-around championship earlier this month. See LOUNGE, Page 14

Reuben Foster’s accuser says she lied about incident


By Josh Dubow “(Foster) did not strike broke up with her she would ‘trash his The 28-year-old woman told responding
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS her, injure her or threaten career,”’ Rickard said. officers that Foster dragged her by her hair,
her,” Rickard said. Richard said that Ennis went back to the physically threw her out of the house, and
SANTA CLARA — The attorney for the ex- Rickard said Ennis’ district attorney after she realized what she punched her in the head eight to 10 times.
girlfriend of Reuben Foster said Wednesday injuries were the result of had done and tried to recant what she had told Foster was also charged with felony pos-
that her client initially lied to authorities a fight with another deputies. Ennis apologized to anyone harmed session of an assault weapon after officers
when she accused the San Francisco 49ers woman, and that Foster in the case, especially Foster. found a Sig Sauer 516 short-barreled rifle in
linebacker of hitting her leading to domestic tried to end his relation- The district attorney’s office did not imme- his home while investigating his girlfriend’s
violence charges. ship with Ennis after he diately respond to a request for comment. domestic violence report.
Attorney Stephanie Rickard issued a state- Reuben Foster learned of the fight. A Prosecutors said earlier this month Foster If convicted on all charges, He faces up to
ment on behalf of Elissa Ennis that said her video of that fight with attacked his girlfriend in February at their Los 11 years in prison.
client can prove the injuries in February that another woman has been made available. Gatos home, leaving her bruised and with an
led to the charges were not caused by Foster. “She was extremely upset and told him if he injured eardrum. See FOSTER, Page 16
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Options for Lynch, 49ers open up in light of Foster news


By Josh Dubow Here are some other things to watch in the “Everyone focuses on the work up top
draft:
TRADER JOHN with No. 9, but we really try to take a holis-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Lynch was aggressive in his first draft, tic look at this thing and pride ourselves on
SANTA CLARA — San Francisco 49ers WATCHING QBS making six trades. He moved down from No. being real strong on the back end of the
general manager John Lynch felt like he had 2 to No. 3 overall to get more picks and draft,” Lynch said.
filled a hole at middle linebacker when he The 49ers filled their glaring hole at quar- then moved up from the second round to the
drafted Reuben Foster in terback by trading for Jimmy Garoppolo at end of the first to select Foster at No. 31. HITS, MISSES AND BARGAINS
the first round a year ago. last year’s trade deadline and giving him a There were four more deals as Lynch was
five-year contract this offseason. But how willing to move up to grab a player he cov- The team’s most productive draft pick in
They might need to fill recent years was 2016 first-round defense
another hole at line- things play out with the quarterbacks will eted or down to get more picks when there
impact San Francisco’s draft. wasn’t an obvious selection. lineman DeForest Buckner, who is an
backer again and could anchor for the defense. Former GM Trent
have options with the With Sam Darnold, Josh Allen, Josh “You better have multiple answers
Baalke had far more misses in his final
ninth overall pick where Rosen and Baker Mayfield all projected as because multiple things could happen,”
years, leading to his firing following the
Georgia’s Roquan Smith high picks, a quality player at another spot Lynch said. “We’re going to be aggressive
2016 season. Baalke used seven picks from
or Virginia Tech’s could fall to No. 9 or San Francisco could in finding the guys that we like.”
2013-16 on players coming off serious
Tremaine Edmunds could deal that pick if one of those four QBs is knee injuries and none of those gambles
John Lynch be possibilities. still on the board. DAY 3 paid off. All seven players are gone and
Foster delivered on the “I do think not needing a quarterback and Lynch filled several holes on day 3 of the only Tank Carradine and Keith Reaser
field as rookie after being taken 31st over- all those quarterbacks likely being up there, draft a year ago, with fifth-rounders TE played more than two games with San
all a year ago, ranking second on the team it will push some really good football play- George Kittle and WR Trent Taylor, sixth- Francisco. Lynch had a strong first draft
with 72 tackles in 10 games and looking ers back there,” Lynch said. “You can’t just round DT D.J. Jones and seventh-round S class with several key contributors coming
like a key part of San Francisco’s defensive fall in love with one guy, because who Adrian Colbert all playing big roles as in the late rounds, including Taylor and
future. knows how it will break.” rookies. Colbert.

WEDNESDAY San Mateo 8, Sequoia 0 fifth of the game, preserved the win for
Local sports roundup Sage Hager and Kylie Galea combined to Menlo (8-1 WBAL). Sophie Scola led the
The No. 2 seed of Jeffrey Jorgensen and scatter four hits and strike out six to help Knights’ offense with a hat trick, while
Boys’ tennis Jake Andrew of M-A will face the Woodside lead the Bearcats to the Bay Division victo- Abby Wolfenden and Charlotte Swisher
PAL finals set tandem in the finals. Jorgensen and Andrew ry over the Cherokees. each added two goals apiece.
The top two seeds in both the singles and had much more routine wins in the quarters Izzy Borges paced the offensive attack for SHP (7-2) was led by Allison Carter, who
doubles brackets advanced to the finals of and semis, winning 6-3, 6-3 and 6-1, 6-4, San Mateo (5-6 PAL Bay, 7-7 overall), finished with three goals.
the Peninsula Athletic League individual respectively. which finished with 12 hits. Borges had
tournament. Ostrow and Jukic will face the Aragon tan- three hits, three RBIs and scored twice, College baseball
In singles play, top-seeded Thomas dem of Rithik Booreddy and Ilan Leventhal while Jada Walker also had three hits and San Mateo 7, Mission-Santa Clara 6
Reznik of Carlmont will face Menlo- in the third-place doubles match. drove in two runs. She also scored twice.
The Bulldogs pulled into a first-place tie
Atherton’s and No. 2 seed Tim Berthier in Sequoia dropped to 0-11 in Bay Division
for the conference lead with the Saints in
the title match at 3:45 p.m. Thursday at Girls’ lacrosse play and is just 1-14 overall this season.
the penultimate game of the regular season.
Burlingame. Reznik cruised past Menlo-Atherton 6, University-SF 5
Burlingame’s Cale Goodman, the No. 8 Boys’ golf The two will meet again today at 2:30
Theresa McGannon scored in overtime to p.m. in Santa Clara with the winner taking
seed, 6-1, 6-1 in the quarterfinals and then lift the Bears over the Red Devils in a non- Harker 175, Sacred Heart Prep 185
beat M-A’s Cole Hagerman, the No. 4 seed, the Golden Gate Conference championship.
league match in San Francisco. The Eagles stayed in the running for the Nick Knecht’s solo home run in the bot-
6-2, 6-2 in the semifinals. Annie Payne and Leiney Paul each scored West Bay Athletic League title with the win tom of the eighth inning gave CSM (13-6
Berthier advanced to the semifinals after a twice for M-A is regulation, with Izzy over the Gators at Los Lagos Golf Club.
quarterfinal default from San Mateo’s GG Conference, 26-12 overall) an impor-
Carhart rounding out the scoring for the Luke Peterson’s 1-over 35 led SHP (5-4 tant insurance run and one that turned out to
Nicholas Chu because of illness. In the Bears. WBAL, 5-6 overall), which had all five of be the game winner as Mission (13-6, 24-
semifinals, Berthier was pushed, needing
its scorers shoot sub-40 rounds. Finn 14) scored three times in the top of the
three sets to dispatch No. 3 seed Milad TUESDAY O’Kelly came in with a 36 and Anikait ninth, but could not push across the tying
Shafaie from Carlmont, 2-6, 6-4, 6-2.
Bhardwaj finished with a 37. Anderson Page run.
Shafaie and Hagerman will meet in the Softball and Brad Oliver shot 38 and 39, respective-
third-place match that will be played con- CSM took a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the
Carlmont 4, Aragon 1 ly. second on a two-run single from Keolu
currently with the finals.
Mailey McLemore improved to 8-0 in Low round of the day went to Daulet Ramos and an RBI single from Kevin
On the doubles side, the top-seeded duo Tuluebayev of Harker (8-1) who shot a 4-
from Woodside, Levi Vigdorchik and Alex PAL play as she limited the Dons to just one Jordan.
run on three hits as the Scots stayed unbeat- under 30. It was 4-0 in the third after Jordan tripled
Kastelein, needed to win a tiebreaker in
both its wins, but won both in straight sets. en in Bay Division play. to drive in Angelo Bortolin.
They opened the day with a 7-6(1), 6-2 win McLemore also contributed two hits, Girls’ lacrosse Mission got on the board with a two-run
over Evan Mahaffey and Oliver Nix of including a triple, and two RBIs to help lead Menlo School 9, Sacred Heart Prep 8 homer from Blake Diggle and a solo shot
Burlingame in the quarterfinals. They the offense for Carlmont (10-0 PAL Bay, The Knights stayed in first place in the from Josh Lauck in the fifth to close to 4-3.
advanced to the title match with a 6-2, 7- 17-1 overall). Ashley Trierweiler also drove WBAL with a crucial victory over the rival A two-run single from Bortolin gave the
6(1) win over the M-A duo of Zach Ostrow in a run for the Scots. Gators. Bulldogs some breathing room, at 6-3,
and Maxim Jukic. Alyssa Sahami’s last-second save, her before Knecht’s key homer in the eighth.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Thursday • April 26, 2018 13


Nationals 15, Giants 2
Building a better baseball bat Nats unload on
By Tim Booth shot in batting practice one day and ended
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

RENTON, Wash. — Players have been


up getting a couple of hits that night.
“You know how it is. You get something
you like, why change it?” Owings said. “I
Giants’ pitching
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
altering bats for decades in a bid to improve like how it feels and I’m probably not going
their grip — adding pine-tar or some spe- to try and get any other handles beside that SAN FRANCISCO — Trea Turner got five
cialized grip tape, maybe shaving the han- standard one.” hits, Matt Adams homered and drove in six
dle slightly to make it thinner. While it seemed to be a novelty initially, runs, and the Washington Nationals broke out
Gradually, some players have started grav- the idea is gaining more respect among of their offensive funk in a big way, routing
itating to a more revolutionary option major leaguers. The success of Betts, the San Francisco Giants 15-2 Wednesday to
offered by a company that set up shop deep Springer and Lamb is a big part of the end a four-game losing streak.
in a warehouse in Renton, Washington. As growth at the pro level. The bat has also The Nationals had totaled just eight runs
the company’s name suggests, Axe Bat has made inroads at the youth and collegiate during their skid. Andrew Stevenson had two
developed a bat that fundamentally changes levels, mostly at the Division II, Division doubles, two singles and four RBIs as
the shape of the bat’s handle so you hold it III and NAIA level. Washington set season highs for runs and hits
like an axe. Trevor Stocking, the company’s director (18).
Some major leaguers like the feel. Others of product marketing and the MLB liaison, Turner came into the game batting .232,
have turned to the axe handle as an option said one of their advantages is they’re not and the leadoff man’s slow start had con-
after hand or forearm injuries. presenting an entirely new bat to players. tributed to the Nationals’ struggles. He raised
Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts and Hitters can still have the same type of bar- his batting average 35 points, tying a career
Astros outfielder George Springer are the Axe Bats is creating baseball bats that uses rel and same wood they’ve used in the past, high for hits in a game. He also scored twice,
biggest proponents and the only two paid an axe handle style. It purportedly reduces it’s just a matter of whether an axe handle or drove in two runs and stole his 10th base this
endorsers by the company. But there are hand and wrist pain and makes it easier to a standard handle is better for their swing. In season.
many others — Jake Lamb, Dustin Pedroia, swing on inside pitches. that way it’s almost like a customizable Adams matched his career best for RBIs. He
Carlos Correa, even Kris Bryant this season driver used by golfers. singled as part of a three-run first, put the
— who have used the bat handle at one time “Lots of testing with players. Lots of pro- “Some of it’s about getting one of those
totyping. Lots of iterations,” said Brent Nationals up 6-1 with a three-run homer off
or another. guys — the front-office guys, the hitting Jeff Samardzija (1-1) in
Each has a different reason for turning to Weidenbach, director of product manage- coach or one of the good players on the
ment. “Basically, the iteration process stat- the fourth and added a two-
this style of bat, whether it’s a desire to be team — to just say, ‘Just listen to this guy, run single in the eighth.
better on inside pitches, to reduce hand and ed with taking the general axe handle con- just try this, what do you have to lose?”’
cept which was maybe a little more oval in The Nationals scored 14
wrist pain, or simply wanting to try some- Stocking said. “If you don’t like it, so be it. of their 15 runs with two
thing different. your hand and really opened up your hand We can always find something different. My
quite wide, and we kind of refined it to work outs.
“I had issues with my hand with hamate job is to get them comfortable. We’re not a Scherzer earned his
surgery and I just noticed it never hurt,” more along with a baseball swing.” bat company. That’s kind of the cool thing.
Axe Bat licenses its handle design to four fourth consecutive win, all
Lamb said. “If you’re talking about hand We’re not going out there selling bats. ... of them coming after a
health and my hand not hurting anymore, MLB-approved bat makers: Victus Sports, My only job there is to only help them with
Tucci Lumber, Chandler Bats, and Dove Tail Washington loss. He
then yeah, I’m going to try out your prod- their swing.” Jeff Samardzija allowed two runs and five
uct. That was the main thing for me.” Bats. Jay Helmick, senior vice president of Axe
Springer first tried it because his team- hits, and reached double
The history of Axe Bat dates to 2009 Bat, sees a possible future scenario where a figures in strikeouts for the fourth time in six
when a woodworker from New York named mate Correa had one. It was Betts who left bat is constructed specific to a player’s
Springer his first bat to use full-time during starts this season.
Bruce Leinart started reaching out to sport- swing. Brandon Belt and Pablo Sandoval each two
ing goods companies to see if they were the 2015 season. In the two full seasons “Three years ago was a little more chal-
that Springer has used the handle, he hit a hits apiece for the Giants.
interested in his wood baseball bat designed lenging. A lot more explaining had to go Samardzija labored through a 30-pitch first
with the axe-like handle. He found a willing combined .271 with 63 home runs, 167 into the pitch,” Helmick said. “Now you can
RBIs and was a World Series MVP. inning and was done after retiring 11 batters.
ear in Baden Sports, the company that start- name one of our 30 players who have used it He gave up six runs on eight hits with three
ed Axe Bat. “It takes a little bit of getting used to hav- and that will be enough for most people to
ing a non-traditional handle on a bat but I walks.
The Axe Bat lab where the company has try it.”
developed and refined its designs is tucked got the hang of it and I love it,” Springer
away in the Baden Sports warehouse about said. “I think it’s helped me control my bar-
15 miles from the Seattle Mariners’ Safeco rel more and it’s helped me control my
Field. The company developed its first bat swing more and I’m going to stick with it.”
in 2012 and it has gone through roughly 75 Betts was introduced to the bat because
iterations before getting to where it is Pedroia was trying one out. Same with Chris
today. Owings in Arizona, who saw the success
Lamb was having and decided to give it a

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Her father just hopes that she can


GYMNAST keep up with her schedule, which
will get that much tougher as she THURSDAY
WHAT’S ON TAP
enters high school. But Phillip Baseball
Continued from page 11
Trinidad believes the organizational El Camino at Menlo-Atherton, San Mateo at Wood-
side, King's Academy at Aragon, South City at Half
lessons she’s already has learned Moon Bay, Jefferson at Harker, Mills vs Crystal
sport and has a passion for it,” said will benefit her going forward. Springs at Sea Cloud Park, 4 p.m.
Phillip Trinidad, Porsche’s father
who was a member of Stanford “My concern when she originally Softball
started gymnastics (was the time Woodside at Sequoia, Half Moon Bay at San Mateo,
University’s 1994 NCAA swim- Burlingame at Carlmont, Notre Dame-Belmont at
ming championship. “Her competi- commitments), when you start talk- Notre Dame-SJ, Crystal Springs at Castilleja, 4 p.m.
tive season is over (for now), but ing about (playing) two sports. She
Boys' tennis
the training doesn’t stop. Now’s the trains (for gymnastics) four hours a PAL individual championships
time to gain new skills.” day, six days a week,” he said. “She Championship and third-place matches
has to be super organized every At Burlingame, 3:45 p.m.
If Porsche wants to take the next day.” Badminton
step of reaching the elite level, she Menlo-Atherton at Capuchino, 4:30 p.m.; South City
must continue to cram in as much Porsche is hoping that passion at Carlmont, Aragon at Westmoor, El Camino at Terra
training as possible because she is and commitment to the sport trans- Nova, Crystal Springs at Woodside, Jefferson at Se-
quoia, 5 p.m.
constantly playing catch-up with late into a spot on a college gym-
competitors who may be younger, nastics roster, with the outside hope Swimming
of making the Olympics one day. Serra at Bellarmine, 3 p.m.; San Mateo at Aragon,
but have more experience. 3:30 p.m.
“What makes Porsche unique is “The Olympics are definitely a
Track and field
that she started gymnastics really goal, but if it’s too late for me, WBAL 3A at Sacred Heart Prep, 3:30 p.m.
late. Most girls start when they are hopefully I land in college,” she
Girls' lacrosse
4, 5 years old. What that forced said. ‘The ultimate goal is to get to Notre Dame-Belmont a Woodside Priory, 4 p.m.
[Porsche] to do was gain the skills the elite level (in gymnastics) and
get noticed.” Boys' lacrosse
and ability to get the same level as Serra at St. Francis, 7 p.m.
those other girls,” Phillip Trinidad Phillip Trinidad said by winning
Boys' volleyball
said. “She’s had to do some crazy the Level 10 competition in Reno, Serra at Mitty, 6 p.m.
things to catch up. … What takes she will definitely be noticed by the
people 10 years to do, she did in powers-that-be who decide on FRIDAY
Baseball
five.” national and Olympic squads. Now, Mitty at Serra, Sacred Heart Prep at Capchino, Carl-
To maintain a balance in her ath- she needs to build on the success she mont at Burlingame, Menlo School at Hillsdale,
Sequoia at Terra Nova, 4 p.m.
letic life, Porsche Trinidad also had this spring.
plays competitive basketball and Softball
PHOTO COURTESY OF SANDRA MADRIGAL “[Winning regionals] puts her on Menlo-Atherton at Terra Nova, Mills at Jefferson, 4
plans on playing at St. Francis High the map. Instead of just showing up p.m.
School in Mountain View next sea-
Porsche Trinidad hopes to parlay her gymnastics skills into a college
scholarship — or even a spot in the Olympics. (at competitions), there will be Swimming
son. She has never been one to more eyes on her (now that’s she a Woodside at Burlingame, Menlo-Atherton at Se-
focus on just one sport, despite sports as I could — soccer, softball, she said.” Playing basketball and known entity),” Phillip Trinidad quoia, Half Moon Bay at Westmoor, South City at
excelling in gymnastics. Oceana,Terra Nova at El Camino, Mills at Capuchino,
swimming. I also did volleyball and soccer has given me a lot of said. “She’s moving up the draft 3:30 p.m.
“My parents put me into as many track and also played basketball,” endurance (for my gymnastics).” board.”
Boys' water polo
Hillsdale at Carlmont, 6 p.m.
ured it out and is really starting to CSM batters with a pair of spectac- But the Ohlone head coach chal-
LOUNGE
Continued from page 11
tap into his power.
The recent power surge is a wel-
come development for a team that
ular catches — and a generous rul-
ing by the umpires.
CSM’s Leaness Donn was look-
lenged the call and, after huddling,
the umpires ruled the catch had
been made and completed before
WARRIORS PLAYOFF GLANCE
WESTERN CONFERENCE
has struggled to score runs or even ing to dump a single into shallow the crash and subsequent fumble of FIRST ROUND
collect hits. Overall, the Giants left-center field, but Gomez came Warriors 4, San Antonio 1
Evan Longoria and Andrew the ball. Saturday, April 14: Warriors 113, San Antonio 92
rank 18th in overall offense. If a streaking over and made not even Monday, April 16: Warriors 116, San Antonio 101
McCutchen have started to come team can’t string together hits to a shoestring catch, but one off the CSM head coach Nicole Borg Thursday, April 19: Warriors 110, San Antonio 97
around, at least as far as going manufacture runs, it certainly top of the fake grass blades. Later said the Ohlone coach argued that Sunday, April 22: San Antonio 103, Warriors 90
deep, as they have combined for helps to score on the hits it does in the inning, she went into the Gomez had made the catch and Tuesday, April 24: Warriors 99, San Antonio 91
six home runs, with half of those generate. gap, using a backhand grab to took two steps before crashing
CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS
New Orleans vs. Warriors
coming in the last week. Brandon *** apparently rob Allie Stines of into the wall. The umpires bought Sat., April 28: New Orleans at Warriors, 7:30 p.m.
Belt, the critics’ biggest target on Selena Gomez put on quite a extra base hits. it and signaled Stines out to end Rest of schedule, TBA
the club, leads the team in nearly show on the College of San Mateo But almost after the instant of the inning.
every offensive category and has softball field Tuesday afternoon. having the ball settle into her SHARKS PLAYOFF GLANCE
gone deep five times in the last No, not the pop singer, but the glove, Gomez awkwardly stumbled If nothing else, you could say
six games and leads the team with left fielder for the Ohlone softball and went face-first into the fence. the umpires rewarded Gomez for WESTERN CONFERENCE
six round trippers. Joe Panik’s FIRST ROUND
team, who had quite an inning dur- From my vantage point, the ball the effort. San Jose 4, Anaheim 0
early power surge is the kind of ing the Renegades’ 9-6 loss to popped out her glove and was lay- Thursday, April 12: San Jose 3, Anaheim 0
long-ball contributions a team conference champion San Mateo ing on the ground before her crum- Saturday, April 14: San Jose 3, Anaheim 2
needs from players who are not Tuesday afternoon. bled body covered it. The Ohlone Monday, April 16: San Jose 8, Anaheim 1
necessarily known for their power. In the top of the sixth inning, center fielder alertly dug the ball Wednesday, April 18: San Jose 2, Anaheim 1
Nathan Mollat can be reached by email:
Recent call-up Mac Williamson, Gomez stroked a three-run bolt to out and relayed it back to the nathan@smdailyjournal.com or by CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS
who after a adjustment to his pull her team to 9-6. In the bottom infield, with Stines standing on phone: 344-5200 ext. 117. You can fol- Vegas vs. San Jose
swing, appears to finally have fig- of the inning, she robbed a pair of third with an apparent triple. low him on Twitter @CheckkThissOutt. Thursday, April 26: San Jose at Vegas, 7 p.m.

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son, ranking second at 84.8 percent. San


Sports brief
TV reporter charged in fight no longer at station SHARKS
Continued from page 11
Jose’s power play has been a bit of a roller
coaster this season, struggling early and
late but thriving for a stretch in the middle
MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee television reporter charged of the year. The Sharks were 6 for 20 in the
with a felony for allegedly hitting another reporter at a opening round.
Brewers baseball game is no longer with the station. making it a priority following a loss in the Stanley Cup Final “It does become more important as the
WITI-TV reported in a story about its reporter Adair “A.J.” to Pittsburgh two years ago. playoffs go on that you win the special
Bayatpour pleading not guilty to substantial battery The transformation really took hold this season after top- teams battle,” DeBoer said. “Both teams
Tuesday that he “no longer works” for the Fox affiliate. line center Joe Thornton went out with a knee injury in take a lot of pride in those areas so it
January and the Sharks acquired Evander Kane and Eric Fehr Brent Burns should be a good test.”
The 31-year-old Bayatpour is accused of hitting a reporter
from another station during the April 6 argument at Miller the following month, adding both speed and depth to the for-
Park. The altercation happened during a Milwaukee Brewers ward group that should test the unproven Golden Knights. BIG BURNS
game against the Chicago Cubs. “I would assume it’ll be a bit more fast-paced a bit, maybe a The Sharks rely heavily on defenseman Brent Burns’ big
little more open hockey,” Vegas goalie Marc-Andre Fleury shot to generate offense. He had nine shots and a goal in
said. “I think LA was a team that played well defensively, but Game 1 of the last round before the Ducks seemed to put extra
they don’t create as much offensively. With these guys we’re emphasis on shutting him down. Vegas figures to do the
going to have to do a little more up and down.” same.
Here are some other things to watch in this series: “When he’s on the ice, you got to pay special attention to
him,” coach Gerard Gallant said. “The wingers can’t fall
GOALIE SHOWDOWN asleep up high and let him go down the backdoor and give
The series features a matchup of two of him a lot of shots to the net. That’s what they do, they focus
the NHL’s hottest goalies. Fleury allowed on getting pucks to the net.”
just three goals in a first-round sweep,
leading the league with a .977 save per- LONG BREAK
centage and 0.65 goals against average. Both teams figure to be well-rested for this series after
San Jose’s Martin Jones was nearly as sweeping the first round. San Jose will have seven full days
stingy, allowing four goals against since beating Anaheim, while Vegas has had eight days off
Anaheim for a .970 save percentage and since finishing off Los Angeles. This marks just the second
1.0 GAA. Jones’ career .931 save percent- time in the past 22 years that teams will meet in the playoffs
Martin Jones age is third best ever among goalies with after sweeping the previous round.
at least 20 playoff games.

SPECIAL TEAMS JUMBO JOE


The Sharks will once again start the series without star cen-
One of the few things Vegas didn’t do well in the first round ter Thornton, who has been out since Jan. 23 with a knee
was capitalize on power plays, scoring on just 1 of 12 injury. DeBoer ruled Thornton out for at least Game 1 and
chances after converting on 21.4 percent in the regular sea- there is no timeline for when he will be ready to return.
son. The Sharks were among the best penalty killers all sea-

going to learn things through this legal process. I do want to

FOSTER
Continued from page 11
be very clear, abundantly clear, that if these charges are
proven true, if Reuben indeed hit this young lady, he won’t be
a part of our organization going forward.”
The 49ers drafted Foster 31st overall last year after ques-
Foster has not been allowed to participate in the 49ers’ off- tions about his health and character caused him to drop from
season program while dealing with the case. General manager being a possible top 10 pick.
John Lynch said earlier this week that the team would be Foster delivered on the field, ranking second on the team
patient but that Foster would be released if they determined he with 72 tackles in 10 games as a rookie and looking like a key
hit a woman. part of San Francisco’s defensive future.
“The gravity of these charges has not been lost on us,” Foster then was charged in January in Alabama with second-
Lynch said Monday. “We take it extremely seriously. We do degree marijuana possession before the incident in February
feel like patience is the right approach right now. We’re that led to the most recent charges.

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For both beauty and flavor, consider planting berry bushes
By Lee Reich ly semi-sweet. Birds may or may
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS not eat some fruit, but no matter.
Production is so profuse that you
No need to choose between won’t notice the loss.
planting either an ornamental or a Much of the beauty of red currant
fruiting bush in your yard. Plant bushes lies in the berries them-
both with a single plant! Many selves, dangling from the branch-
berry bushes are pretty enough to es like strings of jewels. The deli-
be grown as landscape plants. cate spheres are so translucent that
Let’s foray out into the yard to you can see the seeds floating
see which bushes are best at offer- within when the berries are backlit
ing these dual pleasures. by sunlight.
Currants also are among the few
BEAUTIFUL BLUES fruit that bear well even in partial
shade.
Blueberries are an attractive and
Red currants are the most com-
tasty place to begin this berry
mon ones, but don’t overlook
sampler. They are truly year-round
equally beautiful white currants,
ornamentals. Spring brings clus-
essentially the same fruit except
ters of blossoms dangling from
for their color.
stems like dainty, white bells.
Summer brings soft, slightly A BUSH TO
bluish, greenery which, come fall,
ignites into a fiery red. Even in PLEASE ALL YOUR SENSES
winter, the stems turn red to offer a Perhaps the star performer
bright contrast to a snowy back- among bushes for edible landscap-
drop. ing is a relatively unknown cur-
In some gardens, birds try to rant called the clove currant. It was
monopolize every blueberry. If a common dooryard plant in
birds threaten, drape bird netting The beauty of red currant bushes lies in the berries themselves, dangling from the branches like strings of jewels. Victorian times. The name hints at
over the bushes while the fruit are why it was planted near the house:
ripening, or construct a decora- ground, to be replenished every in sauces and jams, decorate the They’re sweet and juicy, with the
In spring, the flowers pour out a
tive, walk-in, bird-tight cage, year. stems all winter long. richness of sweet cherry and a hint
spicy, clove-like fragrance. The
either permanent or temporary. Blueberries like the same soil as Lingonberry enjoys the same soil of almond.
tart fruit is very aromatic, good for
Alternatively, do nothing and take rhododendrons, mountain laurels conditions as its blueberry kin. Nanking cherry is another bush jam or just popped into your
your chances. and azaleas, so why not mingle More cosmopolitan in its soil more often planted as an ornamen- mouth as you walk around your
Blueberries require a soil that is them with these other beautiful likes and dislikes is juneberry. It tal than for its fruit. It has just one yard.
moist, very acidic and rich in shrubs? exists in both tree and bush forms, season of flamboyance, but what As if fragrance and fruit were not
humus. Provide these conditions and all sport cheery white or pink flamboyance that is! In early enough, clove currant’s abundant
by testing the acidity of your soil
BEYOND BLUEBERRIES flowers in early spring, blazing spring, the whole bush bursts into flowers also put on an-eye catch-
and adjusting it to the requisite pH A blueberry relative that’s also orange and purple foliage in fall, a dense cloud of pinkish white ing show. Each blossom is a long
of 4 to 5.5, and by mixing a gen- ideal for “luscious landscaping” is and neat growth habits all year. blossoms. yellow trumpet, with a spot of red
erous bucketful of peat moss into lingonberry. This one’s a spread- Juneberry plants are better known Plant two Nanking cherries for in its center.
each planting hole. After plant- ing groundcover less than 6 inch- for their beauty than for their fruit, cross-pollination and just about Native to the upper Midwest, the
ing, spread a few inches of leaves, es high and decked out year-round but the berries — which look like all those flowers will go on to clove currant is also tough, able to
wood chips, sawdust or some other in dark, lustrous green leaves. The blueberries — provide their own become fruit. The cherries are laugh off drought, heat, cold,
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idential area. It is not right and it is not

RULES
Continued from page 1
good for the city or the residents,” said Joe
Chen.
With the potential health and safety risks
such as the recent party posed by the rental
properties, Chen considered allowing the
party which ended with gun shots at a prop- site to operate without regulation a drain on
erty rented through online hospitality serv- public resources.
ice Airbnb. He suggested officials go as far as disal-
While no one was injured in the shooting lowing rental listings in certain segments
early Sunday, April 22, residents living near of Millbrae.
Lombardi Lane who exhaustedly attempted “It is time for the city to discourage or ban
to break up the multi-day affair demanded Airbnb in certain zonings,” he said.
measures preventing another similar inci- Dale Carney, who lived near the party
dent. property, called on officials to rein in the
Neighborhood resident Paul Larson industry as well.
detailed the harrowing experience, and “If they are going to have Airbnb, they
directed the blame at Airbnb for not doing should have the same rules and regulations
more to help those living nearby who as a hotel,” he said.
repeatedly sought help.
Beyond the rash of violence which broke
“It was horrifying. We have post-traumat-
out over the weekend, residents Janine and
ic stress. And this is the fault of Airbnb for
Robert Barrett called for enhanced enforce-
allowing them to slip in,” he said to a round
ment as they live near a property which they
of applause from the audience.
claim is rented as a crash pad for workers in
Mayor Gina Papan acknowledged the
the airline industry.
emotions running high around the issue,
and said councilmembers will begin dis- Robert Barrett said it is common for
cussing potential policy amendments as dozens of flight attendants and pilots to cir-
soon as their next meeting. culate through the house frequently listed
“We are very concerned as a council,” said online, and the visitors show little regard
Papan, who noted local law enforcement is for nearby residents.
carrying out an investigation into the Barrett claimed he asks the travelers to be
report. more careful with their disposal of cigarette
Vice Mayor Wayne Lee shared a similar butts, alcohol bottles and other litter which
perspective, and said policies should be frequently leaks in the neighborhood, with
considered to prevent future, similar occur- little luck.
rences. His frustrations were compounded by the
“Hopefully these types of activities won’t scattering of cars from the rental property
happen,” he said. consuming most of the street parking
Larson said local regulations are neces- spaces, as well as the frequent car sharing
sary because Airbnb representatives claimed service shuttling workers back to San
their hands were tied in attempting to shut Francisco International Airport.
down the party, and law enforcement’s “It’s quite a nuisance. All we want is
authority was limited until the shots rang respect in our neighborhood and they are
out. not showing it,” he said.
As it stands, Millbrae officials have not Considering the variety of issues raised
crafted a specific set of policies addressing by residents, Carney implored officials to
properties rented online outside of requiring take action.
property owners who list rooms to acquire a “It’s a continuing issue in our city,” he
business license. said. “Something has got to happen.”
Following the rise in popularity of such In an attempt to ameliorate such fears,
sites, many other local cities approved reg- Papan said the concerns will remain a prior-
ulations attempting to dissuade misbehav- ity for officials.
ior. For example, in Redwood City, officials “We are taking it very seriously,” she
set boundaries for short-term rentals when said,
they approved in January a set of regula- In other business, the City Council hired
tions for rentals shorter than 30 days. Those Tom Williams as an interim city manager
regulations included requiring homeowners replacing Marcia Raines, who announced
to live in residences where they are offering her resignation earlier this year. Williams, a
short-term rentals, limiting the number of Millbrae resident, is a former city manager
days a renter can stay in homes without a of Milpitas, as well as the community devel-
host present, prohibiting rentals for special opment director of San Bruno.
events and collecting transient occupancy “My goal is to keep the positive momen-
taxes from short-term rentals. tum going and keep the city running
In Millbrae, community members called smoothly until a permanent city manager is
for similar action. hired,” said Williams in a prepared state-
“Airbnb is operating like a hotel in a res- ment.

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the design review process slated to
return before the City Council during
the entitlement process.
Birthday Celebration and Raffle. 6050. Perhaps the largest lingering piece
11 a.m. to noon Foster City of the project is the encroachment on a
Recreation Center, 650 Shell Blvd., Summit Prep’s Rummage Sale. 9 of offices and up to approximately will preclude our best effort to get our city development policy designed to
Foster City. Foster City 55+ Club. a.m. to 2 p.m. Summit Preparatory 30,000 square feet of retail space in
Charter High School, 890 Broadway, maximum and best use out of that full assure large buildings do not overshad-
National Geographic. 4 p.m. Grand Redwood City. Open to the public. All three towers up to 10 stories near the site,” he said. ow nearby residential neighborhoods.
Avenue Library, 306 Walnut Ave., funds will go toward supporting intersection of Millbrae Avenue and El Lee has railed on developers at the
South San Francisco. Learn how to Summit Prep’s high school seniors. As it stands, Muzzi’s project vio-
find information and create profes- For more information call (805) 598- Camino Real. station to increase the amount of space
3016.
lates a setback regulation in relation
sional visuals with access to the The approval comes weeks after per- in each project reserved for retail busi- to a home owned by Robert and
National Geographic online data-
base. For more information call 877- 4Cs of San Mateo Speaker Series. mitting another proposal from nesses, as a means of beefing up the Christina DuCote. The two sides have
8530. 10 a.m. Grand Avenue Library, 306 Republic Urban comprised of 150,000 city’s limited tax base. He again been in negotiations attempting to
Walnut Ave., South San Francisco. For
Connect to College. 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 more information call 877-8530. square feet of offices, nearly 30,000 attempted to persuade Muzzi at the last resolve the issue, but no solution has
p.m. Cañada College, 4200 Farm Hill square feet of retail space, 400 new meeting to tweak plans to include been identified.
Blvd., Redwood City. Explore college Seventh Annual Touch-a-Truck more retail square footage.
and career opportunities at this free presented by Open Gate Nursery housing units and a hotel on BART To make the project eligible for City
event. Also learn about scholarships School. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Juror land near the station. “We will sacrifice our best chance to Council approval, Muzzi said he is
and financial aid. For more informa- Parking Lot, Middlefield Road and get the retail space that we really
tion call 306-3166. Veterans Blvd., Redwood City. $5 per Similar to Papan, Councilman willing to amend the design and
person or $20 per family. For more Reuben Holober shared his gratitude need,” said Lee, echoing the previous remove some units from the top floor
Overcoming the HR Challenges information call 369-6833. for the professionalism shown by calls of many community members which overstep the city’s regulation.
Faced by Small Businesses Today. 6
p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Bay Area Friends of the San Bruno Library Muzzi throughout the deliberations. wishing to develop a regional shop- The issue is slated to return before offi-
Entrepreneur Center, 458 San Mateo Book Sale. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. San
“There have been some difficult ping attraction at the train station. cials in the design review stage, and in
Ave., San Bruno. Workshop presented Bruno Public Library, 701 Angus Ave., The effort was in vain though, as
by Karlos Guerra. For more informa- San Bruno. Bring your own grocery negotiations, and I want to thank you the interim the two property owners
tion call 738-7994. size bag and $7 to fill up to the brim for not politicizing the process,” he Muzzi has repeatedly identified the are expected to continue talks.
with books. Larger sized bag are only
said, a likely reference to Republic shortcomings of his site as a potential
Charged Par ticles Trio. 6:30 p.m. to an additional $3 per bag. For more Muzzi committed to keeping up the
7:30 p.m. Foster City Library, 1000 E. information call 616-7078. Urban and members of a local labor retail hub, noting the limited visual
discussions, but noted the ongoing
Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City. For more
union paying for ads in the most recent exposure to main thoroughfares such
information contact koch@smcl.org. Understanding the Four Parts of difficulties surrounding reaching con-
Medicare. 10:30 a.m. to noon. San City Council race targeting Papan and as El Camino Real along with doubts
sensus.
Lucy Cook e: The Truth About Mateo Senior Center, 2645 Alameda
supporting Councilwoman Ann over the long-term viability of brick-
Animals: Stoned Sloths, Lovelorn de las Pulgas, San Mateo. Registration and-mortar storefronts. “There are a lot of catch-22s and
Hippos and Other Tales from the is required. For more information call Schneider as well as former mayor unfortunately we seem to have run into
Wild Side of Wildlife. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. 522-7490. Robert Gottschalk. Beyond retail discussions, much of
Cubberley Community Theatre, 4000 the feedback from councilmembers at every one of them,” he said.
Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. Lucy Maritime Day at the History While most of the councilmembers’ the meeting addressed detailed ele- For her part, Schneider encouraged
Cooke will discuss the most popular Museum. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. 2200
animal myths and misconceptions. Broadway, Redwood City. Children comments were laudatory, Lee kept ments of the project such as bicycle the parties to keep at the talks in
$5 to $22. For more information call will be invited to design their own many of the reservations he has main- access, construction hours and limita- hopes of finding some common
(408)280-5530. model ships, make old-time cargo, tained throughout the discussion of
create miniature lighthouses and tions on the types of businesses ground.
Community Poetry Celebration. 7 learn about knot tying. For more both development proposals. allowed in the commercial space. “I think we can get a win-win here if
p.m. to 9 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 information visit
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. www.historysmc.org. “I really think you are trying to For the project components which we can just figure out what the road-
Winners of the poetry contest will be bring some value to that property for need further refinement, officials blocks are here and pile through
announced and Belmont’s poet lau- STEAM Fest on the Square. 11 a.m. Millbrae, but unfortunately I think it them,” he said.
reate will be speaking. For more to 3 p.m. San Mateo County History
information call 591-8286. Museum, 2200 Broadway, Redwood
City. Introduce kids and adults to
as those circulating around Burlingame Bay Bikes and their docks may be

BIKES
A Love Affair with Uk raine. 7 p.m. to STEAM through fun experiments,
8:30 p.m. Burlingame Public Library, presentations, speakers and demon- have made their way across the city’s picked up from city streets as early as
280 Primrose Road, Burlingame. strations. For more information con-
Journalist Brigitte Schulze reads from tact rclf-ed@redwoodcity.org. border with its northern neighbor next week.
her new memoir, ‘Sasha, Pour One since Burlingame officials approved a With monthly reports on ridership
More!’ For more information call 558- La Nebbia Winery Craft Faire. 11:30 Continued from page 1
7404. a.m. to 4:30 p.m. La Nebbia Winery, 200-bicycle program earlier this year. and complaints from LimeBike,
12341 San Mateo Road, Half Moon By working directly with LimeBike to Kleinbaum is hoping the city will
San Mateo High School Drama Bay. Enjoy food, handmade jewelry, Bikes,” Kleinbaum said creating the place and monitor a maximum of 300 have a better sense of the impact the
Presents: ‘Valley Girls.’ 7:30 p.m. arts and crafts and live music. Free
admission. For more information infrastructure needed to charge the new bicycles, electric bicycles and scoot- new fleet has on city streets and how
San Mateo Performing Arts Center,
600 N. Delaware Ave., San Mateo. $8 contact twocre@yahoo.com. bikes proved to be a logistical chal- ers throughout the city, Kleinbaum they can best be kept out of the path of
to $15 admission fee. Runs through
Spring Tea and Fundraiser. 1 p.m.
lenge, leading officials and representa- said they will be better equipped to travel, adding that officials have asked
Sunday, April 29. For more informa-
tion call 685-1443. to 3 p.m. Bethany Presbyterian tives of Social Bicycles to conclude it identify and address potential issues as the startup not to roll out LimeBike
Church, 2400 Rosewood Drive, San would be best to put the program on they unfold. scooters in San Mateo until it’s deter-
FRIDAY, APRIL 27 Bruno. Funds raised will benefit
San Mateo Rotary Club Meeting — Answering for the Children, a chil- pause. She added the startup is offering its mined best practices from its trials in
‘The Payless Murders.’ 7:30 a.m. dren’s home in Jinga, Uganda. Cost “Social Bicycles was a good part- services at no cost to the city and will San Francisco. Also included in
Crystal Springs Golf Course, 6650 $15. For more information contact
Golf course Drive, Burlingame. Award bethanypres@bethanypcusa.org. ner,” she said. “I think it was just the be responsible for negotiating with LimeBike’s contract with the city are
winning author John Christgau will switch to electric bikes was going to property owners to establish “home electric bicycles, which Kleinbaum
Sustainability Conference. 1 p.m. to
discuss his latest book. Meets in
5 p.m. San Mateo County Event be more challenging.” zones,” or commonly visited spots said are designed with batteries that
Banquet Room. Cost $15, includes
breakfast. For more information con- Center, 1346 Saratoga Drive, San The company’s shift marked an like transit stops where it makes sense can be taken out by LimeBike staff and
Mateo. Free. Different events are
tact aercoke@gmail.com.
scheduled for the day that will teach opportunity for the city to re-evaluate to have bicycles available, and retriev- exchanged with charged batteries and
Advanced Harmonica. 11:15 a.m. to about sustainability. how it could continue to shape its ing bicycles from far-flung spots, do not require the charging infrastruc-
12:15 p.m. San Mateo Senior Center,
Learn to Build a Crystal Radio. 1: 30
shared bicycle permitting process to responsibilities previously taken on ture required by the JUMP Bikes.
2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San
Mateo. Residents $85, non-residents p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Museum of keep pace with the evolving landscape by city staff under the agreement with Though Social Bicycles may be
$105. For more information call 522- American Heritage, 351 Homer Ave., of bicycle sharing companies, said Social Bicycles. moving out of the city for now,
7490. Palo Alto. RSVP required. $85. For
more information call 321-1004. Kleinbaum, who noted many of the “I think it will be a tremendous Kleinbaum is hopeful the one-year
Homemade Household Products. 1 dockless bicycle providers operating reduction in the amount of staff time,” pilot with LimeBike will give officials
Bullying in the Digital Age, and
p.m. South San Francisco Main
What We Can Do About It — today weren’t around a year ago. she said. a better sense of potential issues and
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South
San Francisco. Learn various recipes Hosted by YouTube Personality “We just wanted to test out the expe- The switch will also result in a inform policies that could make it pos-
Cassandra Bankson. 2 p.m. South
for replacing store-bought products,
San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. rience of working with a dockless $42,500 refund to the city when it sible to accommodate multiple bicycle
and discuss the effect such a switch
can have on budget and health. For Orange Ave., South San Francisco. provider and get an understanding of returns the bicycles to Social Bicycles sharing providers in the city someday.
Cassandra will discuss the role of bul- what the issues might be,” she said.
more information contact ssf-
lying in your child’s life, how it has and a termination of a $7,500 month- “If things go well, our intention is
pladm@plsinfo.org.
the potential to shape their future Kleinbaum said the city has already ly payment for operating the program to move toward a more open permit
Play Professional Poker. 1 p.m. to 2 positively or negatively as well as encountered the bright green bicycles as of May 1. Kleinbaum said the blue model,” she said.
p.m. San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 what we can do about the bullying
Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. epidemic in the digital age. For more
Registration is required. $85 for resi- information contact ssfpladm@plsin-
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110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #277261 STATEMENT #276978
CAREGIVERS The following person is doing business
as: Rosener House, 500 Arbor Road,
The following person is doing business
as: Sabina Harris, MFT, 1350 Cherry
MENLO PARK, CA 94025. Registered Street, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Regis-
2 years experience Owner: Peninsula Volunteers, Inc., CA.
The business is conducted by a Corpora-
tered Owner: Sabina La Cosse Harris,
1110 Redwood Ave., Redwood City, CA
required. tion. The registrant commenced to trans- 94061. The business is conducted by an
act business under the FBN on April 1, Individual. The registrant commenced to
1978. transact business under the FBN on
Immediate placement /s/Peter Olson/ 3/12/18.
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Sabina La Cosse Harris/
on all assignments. sor-County Clerk on 4/2/18. (Published in This statement was filed with the Asses-
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/5/18, sor-County Clerk on 3/12/18. (Published
4/12/18, 4/19/18, 4/26/18). in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/12/18,
Call 4/19/18, 4/26/18, 5/3/18).

(650)777-9000 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME


STATEMENT #277262 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
The following person is doing business STATEMENT #277087
as: 1)Little House-The Roslyn G. Morris The following person is doing business
Activity Center 2)Meals on Wheels San as: Furnish, 400 Visitacion Ave, BRIS-
Mateo County, 800 Middle Avenue, BANE, CA 94005. Registered Owner:
CRYSTAL CLEANING MENLO PARK, CA 94025. Registered Furnish LLC, CA. The business is con-
CENTER Owner: Peninsula Volunteers, Inc., CA. ducted by a Limited Liability Company.
The business is conducted by a Corpora- The registrant commenced to transact
San Mateo, CA tion. The registrant commenced to trans- business under the FBN on 10/2/17.
act business under the FBN on April 1, /s/Madison Davis/
*Customer Service 1949. This statement was filed with the Asses-
/s/Peter Olson/ sor-County Clerk on 3/19/18. (Published
Are you... Dependable, This statement was filed with the Asses- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/12/18,
friendly, detail oriented, sor-County Clerk on 4/2/18. (Published in 4/19/18, 4/26/18, 5/3/18).
willing to learn new skills? the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/5/18,
4/12/18, 4/19/18, 4/26/18).
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
Do you have .... Good
communication skills, a
Caregivers Wanted
Caregivers Wanted STATEMENT #277330
The following person is doing business
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
desire for steady Home C
Home are Jobs
Care STATEMENT #277292 as: DeWitt Marketing Group, 2860 Ade-
The following person is doing business line Drive, BURLINGAME, CA 94010.
employment and (650) 600-8108 as: 1)Silversage Realtors 2)Silversage Registered Owner: Daniel DeWitt, same
employment benefits? Properties, 140 Heather Dr., ATHE- address. The business is conducted by
Email: jobs@starlightcaregivers.com
Email: jobs@starlightcaregivers.com RTON, CA 94027. Registered Owner: an Individual. The registrant com-
Please call for an Silversage Capital LLC, CA. The busi- menced to transact business under the
Appointment: (650)342-6978 www.starlightcaregivers.com
www.starlightcaregivers.com ness is conducted by a Limited Liability FBN on N/A.
Apply online or walk-in
Apply walk-in Company. The registrant commenced to /s/Daniel DeWitt/
transact business under the FBN on N/A. This statement was filed with the Asses-
4600 EEll Camino
Camino Real
Real,, # 211,, Los
Los Altos
Altos /s/Hao-Hua Chu/ sor-County Clerk on 4/6/18. (Published in
This statement was filed with the Asses- the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/12/18,
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER, SM, good pay, 4/19/18, 4/26/18, 5/3/18).
benefits. Must have a Class A or B sor-County Clerk on 4/3/18. (Published in
License. (650)343-5946 M-F, 8-5. the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/5/18,
4/12/18, 4/19/18, 4/26/18).
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
RIGGER HELPER STATEMENT #277328
The following person is doing business
full time, benefits, will train. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
Clean DMV. Lifting 50 pounds. Day or Night
Day Night Shifts,
Shifftsts, Immediate
Immediate Placement
Placement STATEMENT #277285 as: Quantum Analytics, 3400 East Third
415-798-0021 Required: 2 years
Required: years paid experience
experience The following person is doing business Avenue, FOSTER CITY, CA 94404. Reg-
as: Silicon Valley Therapy Resources, istered Owner: QA Group LLC, DE. The
or current
current CNA Certification;
Certification; 205 East Third Avenue Suite #409, SAN business is conducted by a Limited Lia-
Drive Car;
Must Drive Car; Speak
Speak and writewrite English
English MATEO, CA 94401. Registered Owner: bility Company. The registrant com-
Felicia Nibungco, 4173 El Camino Real menced to transact business under the
Unit #34, Palo Alto, CA 94306. The busi- FBN on 8/2001.
ness is conducted by an Individual. The /s/Dirk Laukien/
NEWSPAPER INTERNS registrant commenced to transact busi- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 4/6/18. (Published in
JOURNALISM ness under the FBN on N/A.
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/12/18,
The Daily Journal is looking for in- /s/Felicia Nibungco/
This statement was filed with the Asses- 4/19/18, 4/26/18, 5/3/18).
terns to do entry level reporting, re-
search, updates of our ongoing fea- sor-County Clerk on 4/3/18. (Published in
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/5/18,
4/12/18, 4/19/18, 4/26/18). FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
so welcome. STATEMENT #277253
The following person is doing business
We expect a commitment of four to as: Bolivar Concierge Notary Services -
eight hours a week for at least four FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #277282 BCNS, 1325 Howard Ave. #202, BUR-
months. The internship is unpaid, but LINGAME, CA 94010. Registered Own-
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- The following person is doing business
as: Dirtraveler, 3775 Radburn Drive, ers: Viviana Bolivar and Anthony Daniel
terns have progressed in time into Bolivar, same address. The business is
paid correspondents and full-time re- SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080.
Registered Owner: Loren Andersen, conducted by a General Partnership.
porters. The registrant commenced to transact
same address. The business is conduct-
College students or recent graduates ed by an Individual. The registrant com- business under the FBN on March 30,
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper menced to transact business under the 2018.
experience is preferred but not neces- FBN on N/A. /s/Viviana Bolivar/
sarily required. /s/Loren Andersen/ This statement was filed with the Asses-
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 3/3018. (Published
Please send a cover letter describing sor-County Clerk on 4/3/18. (Published in in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/12/18,
your interest in newspapers, a resume the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/5/18, 4/19/18, 4/26/18, 5/3/18).
and three recent clips. Before you ap- 4/12/18, 4/19/18, 4/26/18).
ply, you should familiarize yourself
with our publication. Our Web site: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
www.smdailyjournal.com. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #277304
STATEMENT #276908 The following person is doing business
Send your information via e-mail to The following person is doing business as: California Powder Coating, 2860 Bay
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- as: Scarfesia USA, 1919 Alameda De Road, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063.
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- Las Pulgas #135, SAN MATEO, CA Registered Owners: 1) Ben Schloss, 707
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 94403. Registered Owner: Michelle M. Warrington Ave, REDWOOD CITY, CA
Kwok, same address. The business is 94063. 2) David Adams, 2860 Bay
conducted by an Individual. The regis- Road, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. The
trant commenced to transact business business is conducted by a General Part-
under the FBN on N/A. nership. The registrant commenced to
NOW HIRING! /s/Michelle M. Kwok/ transact business under the FBN on 4-4-
This statement was filed with the Asses- 18.
CARE HOMES IN SAN MATEO sor-County Clerk on 3/5/18. (Published in /s/Ben Schloss/
AND REDWOOD CITY the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/5/18, This statement was filed with the Asses-
LOOKING FOR 4/12/18, 4/19/18, 4/26/18). sor-County Clerk on 4/4/18. (Published in
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/12/18,
CAREGIVERS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
4/19/18, 4/26/18, 5/3/18).
STATEMENT #276918
Interested applicants should call Savoi at The following person is doing business FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
1(408)401-3689 Or Joel at as: 5 Star Appliance Repair, LLC, 1551 STATEMENT #277366
1(650)454-0497 Southgate Ave. #204, DALY CITY, CA The following person is doing business
94015. Registered Owner: 5 Star Appli- as: Bath Planet NorCal, 1175 Chula Vis-
ance Repair, LLC, CA. The business is ta Ave. #1:#2, BURLINGAME, CA
SALES/MARKETING conducted by a Limited Liability Compa- 94010. Registered Owner: NorCal Re-
INTERNSHIPS ny. The registrant commenced to trans- modelling Group, CA. The business is
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking act business under the FBN on 3-6-18. conducted by a Limited Liability Compa-
for ambitious interns who are eager to /s/Alexander Rinenberg/ ny. The registrant commenced to trans-
jump into the business arena with both This statement was filed with the Asses- act business under the FBN on N/A.
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs sor-County Clerk on 3/6/18. (Published in /s/Steven Molof/
of the newspaper and media industries. the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/5/18, This statement was filed with the Asses-
This position will provide valuable 4/12/18, 4/19/18, 4/26/18). sor-County Clerk on 4/11/18. (Published
experience for your bright future. in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/19/18,
Email resume 4/26/18, 5/3/18, 5/10/18).
info@smdailyjournal.com FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #277299
The following person is doing business FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
WEST COAST Surgical, a well-estab-
lished Medical Device Manufacturer, lo- as: Janitorial Service B and T, 410 First STATEMENT #277437
cated in Half Moon Bay currently has an Ave, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Regis- The following person is doing business
excellent opportunity for career minded tered Owners: 1) Susana Brandon, same as: Bar Davi Photography, 2251 Alleghe-
persons with experience in Assembly, or address 2) Yolanda Tostada, 783 6th ny Way, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Regis-
anyone serious about learning the skills Ave, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. The busi- tered Owner: Barbara Merrill Davis,
required for a career in Medical Device ness is conducted by a General Partner- same address. The business is conduct-
Assembly. No Medical Device Assembly ship. The registrant commenced to ed by an Individual. The registrant com-
experience required, but those with ei- transact business under the FBN on menced to transact business under the
ther Assembly experienced or Medical 4/4/2018. FBN on N/A.
Device Assembly experience are highly /s/Susana Brandon/ /s/Barbara Merrill Davis/
encouraged to apply. Please forward This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
your resume to: sor-County Clerk on 4/4/18. (Published in sor-County Clerk on 4/18/18. (Published
hrdept@Westcoastsurgical.com the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/5/18, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/19/18,
4/12/18, 4/19/18, 4/26/18). 4/26/18, 5/3/18, 5/10/18).
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203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices 296 appliances 304 furniture
fiCtitious business name fiCtitious business name notiCe of petition to order to shoW Cause for maytag Washer excellent working bedstead single, poster style, box
statement #277445 statement #277515 administer estate of Change of name condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan spring, mattress available. $40.00.
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business London E. Feibusch CASE# 18CIV01378 (408)656-0958 (650)593-7408
as: Crystal Springs Plumbing Co., 1904 as: Spinner Mortgage, 177 Bovet Road, Case Number: 18-PRO-00374 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
Bayview Ave, BELMONT, CA 94002. Suite 525, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, mfg h20labs Model 300 exc cond
Registered Owner: Gambare Inc., CA. 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, bunk beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
Registered Owner: Gary R. Lachine, tingent creditors, and persons who may counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or
same address. The business is conduct- The business is conducted by a Corpora- otherwise be interested in the will or es- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
tion. The registrant commenced to trans- tate, or both, of London E. Feibusch, PETITION OF room heater Electric 1320 Watts, Ar- B/O (650)685-2494
ed by an Individual. The registrant com-
menced to transact business under the act business under the FBN on London Ernst Feibusch. A Petition for Gerardo E. Vasquez vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5.
2/18/2003. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: (650)952-3500 Commode, good condition. $20 obo.
FBN on 3/1/18. Probate has been filed by Mary K. Snow Please call (650)745-6309
/s/Gary R. Lachine/ /s/Theodore Yamagishi/ in the Superior Court of California, Petitioner: Gerardo E. Vasquez filed a
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- County of San Mateo. The Petition for petition with this court for a decree seWing maChine-royal XL 6000
sor-County Clerk on 4/24/18. (Published changing name as follows: Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. Computer desk (glass) & chair. Like
sor-County Clerk on 4/18/18. (Published Probate requests that Mary K. Snow be new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/19/18, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/26/18, appointed as personal representative to Present Name: (650)342-8436.
5/3/18, 5/10/18, 5/17/18). Gerardo Emiliano Vasquez gtecher@comcast.net
4/26/18, 5/3/18, 5/10/18). administer the estate of the decedent.
The petition requests authority to admin- Proposed Name: shoWtime rotisserie used once
Gerardo Emiliano Corona $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave Computer desk For sale $99
ister the estate under the Independent (650)520-4650
fiCtitious business name Administration of Estates Act. (This au- message.
fiCtitious business name THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
statement #277502 statement #277303 thority will allow the personal representa- Computer sWiVel CHAIR. Padded
The following person is doing business tive to take many actions without obtain- interested in this matter shall appear be- singer seWing Machine. Good condi- Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
The following person is doing business as: PC 1st, 2727 Belmont Canyon Road, fore this court at the hearing indicated tion. $45 obo. San Mateo. Please call
as: HCM Properties, 2044 Fairmont Dr, ing court approval. Before taking certain
BELMONT, CA 94002. Registered Own- very important actions, however, the per- below to show cause, if any, why the pe- (650)745-6309 after 5:00 pm. desk, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o.
SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Registered er: Matthew Robert Lombaerde, same tition for change of name should not be
Owner: Michelle Abrams, same address. sonal representative will be required to (650)458-3578
address. The business is conducted by granted. Any person objecting to the unitap standard centerset bath-
The business is conducted by an Individ- give notice to interested persons unless room chrome faucet, complete, $10,
an Individual. The registrant com- they have waived notice or consented to name changes described above must file
ual. The registrant commenced to trans- menced to transact business under the a written objection that includes the rea- (650)595-3933
act business under the FBN on 1998. the proposed action.) The independent dining room SET - Cherry Wood
FBN on 4/4/2018. administration authority will be granted sons for the objection at least two court (Looks Like Mahogany), two extra
/s/Michelle Abrams/ /s/Matthew Robert Lombaerde/ days before the matter is scheduled to VaCuum Cleaner (reconditioned)
This statement was filed with the Asses- unless an interested person files an ob- leaves, Seats up to 10. $1200 or best of-
This statement was filed with the Asses- be heard and must appear at the hearing $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 fer. (650)591-6331. Call afternoons or
sor-County Clerk on 4/23/18. (Published jection to the petition and shows good to show cause why the petition should
sor-County Clerk on 4/4/18. (Published in cause why the court should not grant the evenings
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/26/18, the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/26/18, not be granted. If no written objection is Western Washboard Sales made
5/3/18, 5/10/18, 5/17/18). 5/3/18, 5/10/18, 5/17/18).
authority. timely filed, the court may grant the peti- of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C.
A hearing on the petition will be held in $75. phone 650-369-2486. dining table (36"x54") and 4 match-
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for
this court as follows: MAY 16, 2018 at petition shall be held on 05/8/18 at 9
fiCtitious business name fiCtitious business name 9:00 a.m., Department 28, Superior Whirlpool Washer DRYER, GE $250 .(650)-654-1930.
a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
statement #277513 statement #277508 Court of California, County of San Mateo, Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Refrigerator all working and in good con-
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business 400 County Center, Redwood City, CA dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. dresser 4-draWer in Belmont for
Order to Show Cause shall be published $75. Good condition; good for children.
as: La Bella Spa Salon, 780 Alma Ln as: TEN31 TECHNOLOGY, 1001 Bayhill 94063. at least once each week for four succes-
Ste. 165, FOSTER CITY, CA 94404. Drive Suite 200, SAN BRUNO, CA If you object to the granting of the peti- Whirlpool-dryer gas Coin Oper- Call (650)678-8585
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
Registered Owner: Vivian Thanh Le, 94066. Registered Owner: TEN32 tion, you should appear at the hearing ing on the petition in the following news- ated Laundry $99.00 (650)948-4895 or
1163 Merrit Ln., Hayward, CA 94545. TECHNOLOGY LLC, CA. The business and state your objections or file written (650)302-2456 entertainment Center for $50.
paper of general circulation:
The business is conducted by an Individ- is conducted by a Limited Liability Com- objections with the court before the hear- San Mateo Daily Journal Good shape, blonde, about 5' high.
ual. The registrant commenced to trans- ing. Your appearance may be in person (650)726-4102
act business under the FBN on N/A.
pany. The registrant commenced to
transact business under the FBN on Apr. or by your attorney.
Filed: 3/26/2018 297 bicycles
/s/Jonathan E. Karesh/
/s/Vivian Thanh Le/ 24, 2018. If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- Judge of the Superior Court free Wooden Bed frame, good condi-
itor of the decedent, you must file your adult bikes 1 regular and 2 with bal- tion pictures available (650)322-9598
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Ricardo D. Avelino II/ Dated: 3/22/2018 loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356
sor-County Clerk on 4/24/18. (Published This statement was filed with the Asses- claim with the court and mail a copy to (Published 4/5/18, 4/12/18, 4/19/18, email tmckay1@sbcglobal.net
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/26/18, sor-County Clerk on 4/24/18. (Published the personal representative appointed by 4/26/18)
the court within the later of either (1) four bmx mongoose Outer Limit Bike, glider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
5/3/18, 5/10/18, 5/17/18). in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/26/18, looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933
5/3/18, 5/10/18, 5/17/18). months from the date of first issuance of lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644.
letters to a general personal representa- Child’s sChWinn biCyCle, blue in
fiCtitious business name tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the ikea dresser, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
statement #277462 fiCtitious business name California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
The following person is doing business statement #277472 order to shoW Cause for
from the date of mailing or personal de- Change of name neW 12" girls bike w/ training wheels ikea table, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
as: Roam Artisan Burgers, 3081 South The following person is doing business livery to you of a notice under sectioin $75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave
as: RFL Associates, 1029 Foster Square CASE# 18CIV01563 $ 30. (650)598-9804.
Delaware Street Suite C, SAN MATEO, 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, mes
CA 94403. Registered Owner: Delaware Ln. Unit 302, FOSTER CITY, CA 94404. er California statutes and legal authority loVe Chair, velour, tan. $45.
Registered Owner: Richard Evan Need- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
Street Investors, LLC, CA. The business may affect your rights as a creditor. You
is conducted by a Limited Liability Com- ham, same address . The business is may want to consult with an attorney
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, 298 Collectibles (808)631-1365.
conducted by an Individual. The regis- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
pany. The registrant commenced to knowledgable in California law. PETITION OF neW deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
transact business under the FBN on N/A. trant commenced to transact business You may examine the file kept by the 2 adorable 1950's girl dolls ."Ginny" ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
under the FBN on 26 June 2013. Shamiran Alamshah Chandon doll Knock-offs. Stands & clothes. $20.
/s/Josh Spiegelman/ court. If you are a person interested in TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Sell! (650) 875-8159.
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Richard Evan Needham/ the estate, you may file with the court a (650)888-9314
This statement was filed with the Asses- Petitioner: Shamiran Alamshah Chandon
sor-County Clerk on 4/19/18. (Published Request for Special Notice (form DE- filed a petition with this court for a decree neW tWin Mattress set plus frame
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/26/18, sor-County Clerk on 4/20/18. (Published 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- 80’s tops Complete Factory Set All $30.00 (650) 347-2356
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/26/18, changing name as follows: Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474.
5/3/18, 5/10/18, 5/17/18). 5/3/18, 5/10/18, 5/17/18).
praisal of estate assets or of any petition Present Name: Shamiran Alamshah
or account as provided in Probate Code Chandon niagara Vibrating Adjustable bed
a-team figurines Plus Jeep $20 good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
section 1250. A Request for Special No- Proposed Name: Shamiran Achiro (650)591-9769 San Carlos
fiCtitious business name fiCtitious business name tice form is available from the court clerk. (408)656-0958
statement #277514 statement #277520 Attorney for Petitioner: THE COURT ORDERS that all persons ColleCtable memorabillia from
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business Piper Hanson interested in this matter shall appear be- the Bay Meadow. 9 items at $10 each. offiCe type 34"X 60" heavy solid
as: Simplify for Good, 141 Plymouth Ave, as: Aria Worx, 3519 Winway, SAN MA- Crawford & Hanson Law Offices, LLP fore this court at the hearing indicated 650-346-9262 for inquiries. wood with formica wood grain top $25
SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered TEO, CA 94403. Registered Owners: Aa- 1750 Francisco Blvd., Ste 3 below to show cause, if any, why the pe- (650) 787-9753
Owner: Michael J. Campbell, same ad- dil Rhazi and Irene Martynova, same ad- PACIFICA, CA 94044 tition for change of name should not be lennox red Rose, Unused, hand
dress. The business is conducted by an dress. The business is conducted by a (650)738-0720 granted. Any person objecting to the painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, ornate large bookCase: Two
Individual. The registrant commenced to General Partnership. The registrant FILED: 4/18/18 name changes described above must file $12.00. (650) 578 9208. Pieces 5Ft across by 7ft tall Paid $2500
transact business under the FBN on April commenced to transact business under (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- a written objection that includes the rea- asking $500 CALL(650)345-9199.
18, 2018. the FBN on N/A. nal on 4/26/18, 5/3/18, 5/4/18) sons for the objection at least two court miller lite Neon sign , work good
/s/Michael J. Campbell/ /s/Aadil Rhazi/ days before the matter is scheduled to $59 call (650)218-6528 retro hutCh Needs refinishing other-
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- be heard and must appear at the hearing wise good condition. Top detaches from
sor-County Clerk on 4/24/18. (Published sor-County Clerk on 4/25/18. (Published to show cause why the petition should musiCal doll in a Box! "Soft Impres- bottom $25. (650)712-9962
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/26/18, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/26/18, not be granted. If no written objection is sions" Porcelain/Bisque.Mint.
5/3/18, 5/10/18, 5/17/18). 5/3/18, 5/10/18, 5/17/18). timely filed, the court may grant the peti- Cond. $5. (650)888-9314 seWing storage cabinet, Custom
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the made wood perfect condition $75.
petition shall be held on 05/18/18 at 9 sCarlett o'hara Doll. by "Gambina" (650)483-1222
a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, Mint condition. 12" ht.. $10. (650)888-
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this 9314 sofabed, Velour, tan, Excellent
Order to Show Cause shall be published condition. $75. (808)631-1365.
sequoia union high sChool distriCt at least once each week for four succes- star Wars Action figure: Qui-Gon
measure a CitiZens bond oVersight Committee sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Jinn (Jedi Knight), mint-in package. $10 solid Wood Dining table with exten-
ing on the petition in the following news- Steve (650)518-6614. sion great piece great condition black
2017 report to Community paper of general circulation: $80 (650)364-5263

Contact Person: Matthew Zito, Chief Facilities Officer


San Mateo Daily Journal
Filed: 4/6/2018
299 Computers solid Wood Entertainment Center-
/s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
19" Color Monitor with stand VG con- Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
Judge of the Superior Court dition power cord/owners manual includ-
The Citizens Bond Oversight Committee has issued its report for calendar year 2017 on the Dated: 4/5/2018 X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 (925)482-5742
$265,000,000 Measure A bond approved by the voters on June 3, 2014. Members of the Citizens (Published 4/12/18, 4/19/18, 4/26/18,
Bond Oversight Committee are pleased to report to the community the bond funds are being 5/3/18)
reCordable Cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- table 24"x48" folding legs each end.
spent in accordance with the bond language approved by voters. Complete financial information ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
is available on the District website at www.seq.org. (650) 578 9208 $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141

300 toys three inCh egg crate foam twin bed


Sequoia Union High School District contracted with Chavan and Associates to perform the re- 210 lost & found mattress for sound sleep, perfect condi-
quired Proposition 39/Measure A audit report. The audit covered fiscal year ending June 30, lost Cat. Black and White. Black 100 things for little children to do on a tion, $20, 650-595-3933
2017 which was reviewed by the Citizens Bond Oversight Committee on March 13, 2018. The patch on right eye. REWARD. trip. 4"X6" cards with instructions. Used.
tWin bed frame-black wrought iron
audit examined internal control over financial reporting, and other matters to include verifying that Call (323) 439-7713. FREE (650)595-3933
from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341
the bond proceeds were deposited in the District’s name, that they were invested in accordance ameriCan flyer locomotive runs
with applicable legal requirements, and tested approximately 85% of the calendar year 2017 ex- books good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433
tWin bed, mattress, box spring, frame
$ 50. (650)598-9804.
penditures to ensure they were valid, allowable and accurate. The audit determined that the Dis- James patterson hardback books. large stuffed ANIMALS - $3 each
trict complied, in all material respects, with the compliance requirements that could have a direct used bedroom Furniture, FREE. Call
2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861 Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 (650)573-7381.
and material effect on the Proposition 39/Measure A bond program for the fiscal year ending,
niCholas sparks hardback books. rollerblades, good condition. Wall unit/room Divider. Simple
June 30, 2017. 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861 Size 10 $25 OBO. Please call (650)745- lines. Breaks down for transportation.
6309 $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
Construction projects currently underway this period: quality books used and rare. World
& US History and classic American nov- star Wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader
-Menlo-Atherton STEM Classroom and Kitchen Building els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568
Walnut Chest, small (4 drawer with
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
-New Small High School (TIDE Academy) at 150 Jefferson Drive, Menlo-Park (15 classrooms)
-Redwood High School Classroom and MPR Building (school re-construction project) the halo Forerunner saga. 3 books.
Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587 302 antiques Wood - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
Construction and Renovation projects in planning stages: V.logVinoV, unusual Journey to the mahogany antique Secretary desk,
Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus- 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev-
-Carlmont New Classroom Building (10 classrooms) sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695 elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. 306 housewares
-Carlmont Weight Room Addition
-Menlo-Atherton New Classroom Building (21 Classrooms) 294 baby stuff 303 electronics Complete set OF CHINA - Windsor
Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
-Menlo-Atherton Soccer Field Renovation w/Lights (synthetic turf) 20-pieces in original box, never used.
fisher-priCe healthy Care booster antares dollars Bill Changer ma-
-Sequoia Music Building Renovation chines never used for small bus. $95 $250 per box (3 boxes available).
seat - $5 (650)592-5864.
-Sequoia Practice Field Renovation w/ Lights (synthetic turf) (650)992-4544. (650)342-5630
-Sequoia Pool Light and Shade Structure (canopy over bleachers) 295 art Crystal (leaded glass) lamp $30.
-Woodside New Classroom Building (10 Classrooms) blaupunkt am/fm/Cd Radio and Re-
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whom they’ve had a strong working rela-
tionship, especially when that move
entails a promotion that significantly
ing a recent medical emergency caused her
to consider a potential shift.
“It was a hard decision because I love my
tors under the new superintendent who
have a long-term commitment to San
Carlos. If we hired people who will jump
enhances their career trajectories,” he said school. I love my staff. I’ve got an amaz- ship at a pay raise elsewhere, then that is
in an email. ing situation here, I’ve got such a great on us and we need to hire better people,”
the San Carlos Elementary School District To that end, Triska, principal at team that is collaborative and wonderful. she said.
to take a similar position with the larger, Mariposa School, cited in an email the But when push came to shove, I had to In her defense, Crawford pointed to her
southern district. appeal of career progression as a portion make a decision that was best for my fami- extensive track record in San Carlos as
The turnover is inviting biting criticism of his justification for joining Baker. ly, so that’s what I did,” she said. rebuttal to questions regarding her devo-
from San Carlos parents and officials dis- Dispelling concerns that Baker recruited tion.
“At this time in my life, having served as
pleased by the loss of such a substantial away all the outgoing personnel, Crawford “I’ve been so committed that my life got
a classroom teacher and site principal for
portion of the district’s administration. said she sought out her former colleague in out of balance in terms of being there for
36 years, I’m looking forward to this new
“When you are talking about the material hopes he could find an opportunity for her. my kid,” she said. “So I’m trying to rebal-
opportunity to support even larger num-
destruction of the leadership team, it seems She said her initial interest was met with ance and be closer to home.”
bers of families and staff in a new adminis-
like there are some lines being crossed,” reticence from Baker, who was concerned Deferring to such a perspective, school
trative position at the district level,” said
said parent Skip Stallings, who has three about the optics of Crawford following board President Eirene Chen expressed her
Triska, whose school is yet to launch due
sons at different San Carlos schools. him to Cupertino. appreciation to the outgoing administra-
to a troubled campus construction plan.
Critics tended to absolve the departing Ultimately though, she said the bond tors for their work in the district.
principals of blame for taking promotions Kaufman, principal at Tierra Linda
Middle School, agreed in an email. fostered over years of working alongside “We offer our congratulations to the
elsewhere, and largely directed their frus- Baker prevailed and she accepted a role as principals on their promotions to district
trations at Baker for allegedly poaching “After my many years working in San
the director of instructional leadership and office positions. We are grateful for their
his former colleagues. Carlos, I’m looking forward to a new chal-
intervention in Cupertino. many years of service and wish them the
Trustee Carol Elliott detailed such griev- lenge working as a director, ” said
“It’s important to recognize that the peo- best of luck,” she said in an email.
ances at the most recent school board Kaufman, who worked at the district for
ple and relationships are important,” she She added the exodus could grant a fresh
meeting, suggesting district policy more than two decades.
said. chance to Baker’s successor Michelle
amendments may be in order to prevent Liner, principal at White Oaks Stallings said he does not wholly Harmeier for building an administrative
similar occurrences. Elementary School and interim assistant begrudge the principals for leaving, but cabinet in total alignment with her goals
“To my knowledge, this level of poach- superintendent, also shared a similar per- their decision to all transfer at once does as the district’s new superintendent.
ing is unprecedented in our district and I spective in a prepared statement. raise red flags. Wormington agreed.
don’t think we have ever had the need to “I’ve been energized by the opportuni- “A lot of times people are looking to do “This is a huge opportunity for our new
call this out in superintendent contracts ties to work at the district level this school what they can do and no one is asking superintendent to hire people who are
because it is something that professionals year, and I’m ready to take new steps in themselves whether that is something they ready and willing to act on her vision,” she
in education just do not do,” she said. “It is order to broaden my impact on students,” should do. What message does that send to said.
deeply disappointing that the former she said in a notice distributed to the our kids? It’s a big ethical thing for me,” Stallings shared a similar cautious opti-
superintendent has made this necessary, school community. he said. mism, while also noting the mass emigra-
and calls into question for me how commit- Crawford, principal at Arroyo School, School community member Kate tion of administrators capable of offering
ted he really was to San Carlos and to our expressed different motivations for leav- Wormington was even more critical of valuable institutional knowledge and sta-
public education system.” ing though. The San Jose resident said those who elected to leave and suggested bility during Harmeier’s transition.
Baker disagreed though, claiming it is over the eight years she’s worked at the the migration should compel San Carlos “How is that going to play out over the
relatively ordinary for a slate of adminis- district, she has grown weary of the long officials to reconsider their future hiring next few months? That’s the concern that I
trators to follow a former boss offering commute across the Peninsula. strategy. have as a parent,” he said.
new opportunities. While claiming her appreciation for the
“In my experience, it is quite common San Carlos community helped her justify
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