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Borel student reaches national spelling bee


San Mateo’s Leilani Campos to compete in this weekend’s competition in Washington, D.C.
By Austin Walsh But as the 12- National Spelling Bee, Campos Such a reaction may be justifi- ESPN. She will need to make it out
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF year-old pre- said she is caught off guard by her able since Campos’ run to the of the initial round of the competi-
pares to take success. nationals is unprecedented, mak- tion though, which starts two days
P-U-L-C-H-R-I-T-U-D-I-N-O-U- her talents this ing her the first San Mateo-Foster earlier in Washington, D.C. Anita
“It feels surprising I guess
S. Pulchritudinous. weekend to City Elementary School District Beroza, of Ralston Middle School
because I didn’t expect it to hap- in Belmont, will compete in the
With a favorite word like that, it c o m p e t e pen,” said Campos, who is one of student to ever reach such a stage.
against the rest event as well.
should come as little surprise that the only 519 left to compete in Locals may get a shot at seeing Looking ahead to the event,
Borel Middle School student of the nation’s the competition dwindled down the San Mateo native in action, as
best in the Campos said she is readying her-
Leilani Campos would be a good from an initial pool of nearly 11 the second round of the competi-
speller. Leilani Campos S c r i p p s million students. tion airs Tuesday, May 29, on See SPELLING, Page 18

Spine-chilling
murder case
comes to end
Man gets 40-to-life for killing
neighbor, dismembering body
STAFF AND WIRE REPORT Pacific Heights
Boulevard, gave
A man who shot his San Bruno victim impact
neighbor dead, cut him up and tried statements
to dissolve the body with chemi- Friday morn-
cals was sentenced to 40-years-to- ing, Guidotti
life in prison Friday morning, San said.
Mateo County prosecutors said. On March 11,
David Brian Stubblefield, 51, 2 0 1 7 ,
was sentenced by Judge Jeffrey S t ub b l e f i e l d
DAILY JOURNAL FILE PHOTO
Finigan, with 414 days of credit David
People gather to look at graves at last year’s Memorial Day observance at Golden Gate National Cemetery in San for time already served, according Stubblefield and Roybal
Bruno. This year, Madge Fordyce, a ‘Rosie the Riveter’ worker from World War II, will speak at the event. were arguing
to Karen Guidotti, chief deputy over the price of a space heater
district attorney for San Mateo

‘I had to quickly learn’


when Stubblefield pepper-sprayed
County. Roybal and then fatally shot him.
Family members and a neighbor Roybal’s hands and teeth were
of Benjamin Roybal, never recovered in the investiga-
Stubblefield’s 77-year-old friend
‘Rosie the Riveter’ worker remembers wartime effort and neighbor on the 3000 block of See MURDER, Page 18
By Anna Schuessler into the facili- her cousin recommended, she was
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF ties at
D o u g l a s
the standing in front of a manager at
the Douglas Aircraft facility, ready
Pacifica officer honored for
Though more than 70 years have
passed since Madge Fordyce
A i r c r a f t
Company in
to work.
“I had never been trained on a actions at YouTube shooting
became one of the first two women Long Beach and milling machine but when I went
to work in an Southern California was hired on the in there … he said this is your
Gunshot victim’s life saved by officer’s quick thinking
spot to create machine,” she said. “And so I had By Zachary Clark shot and injured
aircraft machine shop in 1942, the
precision parts to quickly learn.” DAILY JOURNAL STAFF during the
94-year-old Pleasanton resident
for B-17 Years after her three-and-a-half- attack.
remembers the first few minutes of
Madge Fordyce bomber aircraft year stint as a machine shop work- A Pacifica police officer and Gomez was
her first job very clearly.
with a milling er, Fordyce — known as a “Rosie Peninsula native was honored for among the first
A recent high school graduate
and Ventura County native, machine. To Fordyce, it hadn’t the Riveter” worker after the figure saving the life of one of the vic- responders to
Fordyce was 18 when she walked seemed like much time had passed of a campaign to recruit females tims of the shooting at YouTube the scene. He
since she was chatting with for defense industries jobs in headquarters in San Bruno. i m m e di a t e l y
Editor’s note friends about ways they could get World War II — will share her Officer Joseph Gomez was pre- discovered a
involved with the country’s World story with those gathered to honor sented the Departmental Life Joseph Gomez man bleeding
There will be no Monday, May War II effort. But after 42 hours of Saving Medal for his actions on
28, edition of the Daily Journal. training in a machine shop class April 3, when three people were See GOMEZ, Page 24
See MEMORIAL, Page 18
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Thought for the Day


“The moment we begin to fear the opinions
of others and hesitate to tell the truth that is
in us, and from motives of policy are silent
when we should speak, the divine floods of
light and life no longer flow into our souls.”
— Elizabeth Cady Stanton, American feminist

This Day in History


The impeachment trial of President

1868 Andrew Johnson ended with his


acquittal on the remaining charges.

In 1 6 4 7 , Alse Young was hanged in Hartford,


Connecticut, in the first recorded execution of a “witch” in
the American colonies.
In 1 8 0 5 , Napoleon Bonaparte was crowned king of Italy
in Milan.
In 1 8 9 7 , the Gothic horror novel “Dracula” by Bram
Stoker was first published in London.
In 1 9 1 8 , the Democratic Republic of Georgia declared its
independence. (Georgia was invaded by the Soviet Union
in 1 9 2 1 , and did not reclaim its independence until
1991.)
In 1 9 3 8 , the House Un-American Activities Committee
was established by Congress.
In 1 9 4 0 , Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of some REUTERS
338,000 Allied troops from Dunkirk, France, began dur- Visitors take part in an installation inside the newly opened Museum of Illusions in Belgrade, Serbia.
ing World War II.
In 1 9 5 4 , explosions rocked the aircraft carrier USS *** is a documentary about surfers search-
Bennington off Rhode Island, killing 103 sailors. (The The names of hurricanes are estab- ing the world for the perfect wave. The
initial blast was blamed on leaking catapult fluid ignited lished by the World Meteorological movie was filmed in Africa, Australia,
by the flames of a jet.) Organization. In order of occurrence, New Zealand, Tahiti, Hawaii and
In 1 9 6 0 , U.N. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge accused hurricanes are named alphabetically; California.
the Soviets during a meeting of the Security Council of the first hurricane of the year starts ***
hiding a microphone inside a wood carving of the Great with the letter A, then B, etc. The let- Annette Funicello (born 1942) and
Seal of the United States that had been presented to the ters Q, U, X, Y and Z are not used. Frankie Avalon (born 1939) starred in
U.S. Embassy in Moscow. *** a series of five beach-themed movies
In 1 9 7 2 , President Richard M. Nixon and Soviet leader
The names of hurricanes are repeated in the 1960s. One of the original
Leonid Brezhnev signed the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty
every six years. However, when an Mouseketeers, Annette Funicello
in Moscow. (The U.S. withdrew from the treaty in 2002.)
extremely destructive hurricane hits, never wore a bikini in the movies
In 1 9 7 8 , Resorts Casino Hotel, the first legal U.S. casi-
essica Fletcher on “Murder She the hurricane’s name is retired and no because she promised Walt Disney
no outside Nevada, opened in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Birthdays
Wrote” (1984-1996) lived at 698 longer used.
Candlewood Lane in Cabot Cove, J ***
Maine. Cabot Cove is a fictional The most violent weather in the world
(1901-1966) that she would not show
her navel in a film.
***
is in the United States, according to In the 1965 movie “How to Stuff a Wild
town.
*** NASA. In one year, on average, the Bikini” (1965), Annette Funicello was
Angela Lansbury (born 1925) played United States experiences 10,000 vio- filmed from the waist up because she
Elvis Presley’s (1935-1977) mother in lent thunderstorms, 5,000 floods and was pregnant.
the 1961 movie “Blue Hawaii. ” 1,000 tornadoes. ***
Lansbury, at age 35, was only 10 years *** The metal spike that a cello rests on is
older than Elvis at the time. Rogue waves in the ocean are caused by called an endpin.
*** undersea earthquakes and landslides. ***
Elvis Presley stayed at the Coco Palms *** A n s w e r: “Surfin’ Safari” (1962),
Resort on Kauai while filming “Blue Surfer Tom Blake (1902-1994) of “Surfin’ U.S.A.” (1963), “Surfer Girl”
Singer Stevie Actress Pam Grier Singer-actor Hawaii.” The final scene of the movie Wisconsin holds the world record for (1963), “Surf ’s Up” (1971). The Beach
Nicks is 70. is 69. Lenny Kravitz is 54. is Elvis’ character getting married by the longest ride on a surfboard. He rode Boy s was formed in 1961 by brothers
4, 500 feet on a wave in Waikiki, Brian Wilson (born 1942), Dennis
Sportscaster Brent Musberger is 79. Rock musician Garry the lagoons at the resort.
*** Hawaii, in 1936. Wilson (1944-1983) and Carl Wilson
Peterson (Guess Who) is 73. Actor Philip Michael Thomas is
Hurricane Iniki struck the island of *** (1946-1998), with Mik e Lov e (born
69. Country singer Hank Williams Jr. is 69. British Labour
1941) and Alan Jardine (born 1942).
Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is 69. Actress Margaret Colin is Kauai in September 1992. The hurri- In the 1960s, the Beach Boys were the
cane devastated the Coco Palms most popular surf band in the country. Dennis was the only surfer in the
60. Country singer-songwriter Dave Robbins is 59. Actor
group.
Doug Hutchison is 58. Actress Genie Francis is 56. Comedian Resort, causing the resort to shut down Their first hit song was “Surfin” in
Bobcat Goldthwait is 56. Actress Helena Bonham Carter is 52. after 39 years in business. The subject 1961. Can you name the other songs
Distance runner Zola Budd is 52. Rock musician Phillip of insurance issues and disputes, the by the Beach Boys that had the word Know It All is by Kerry McArdle. It runs in
“surf” in their titles? See answer at end.
Rhodes is 50. Actor Joseph Fiennes is 48. Singer Joey Kibble decaying resort is still standing today. the weekend edition of the Daily Journal.
(Take 6) is 47. Actor-producer-writer Matt Stone is 47. *** ***
Questions? Comments? Email
Contemporary Christian musician Nathan Cochran is 40. A storm is classified as a hurricane if it Sometimes called the ultimate surfer knowitall(at)smdailyjournal.com or call 344-
Actress Elisabeth Harnois is 39. Actor Hrach Titizian is 39. has winds that are more than 73 mph. movie, “The Endless Summer” (1966) 5200 ext. 128.

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Lotto Local Weather Forecast
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Longtime judge faces challenger


By Anna Schuessler by seeking a third term. tified and completely
Police reports
How childish
A woman was seen stealing a toy baby
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF With 33 years of experi- appropriate and [that we doll from a store on East Third Avenue
ence in civil trial prac- are] actually providing a in San Mateo, it was reported at 12:46
Whether a challenger to a longtime San tice at three Bay Area law public service in chal- p.m. Monday, April 23.
Mateo County Superior Court judge will firms, Buchwald has rep- lenging this particular
have a chance to try his hand at promoting resented both plaintiffs incumbent,” he said.
efficiency in the county’s judicial services and defendants in a vari- Stemming from his FOSTER CITY
and preside over the wide range of criminal ety of lawsuits, noting clerkship in 1973 and Reckl es s dri v ers . A vehicle was driving
cases and civil disputes that come before his background has 1974 with Donald recklessly on East Third Avenue, it was
Superior Court judges is up to voters in the Richard Wilson proven useful in compli- Wright, former chief jus- reported at 6:59 p.m. Saturday, May 12.
cated civil and commer-
Gerald tice of the California Fraud. Someone was scammed into sending
June 5 primary election.
cial disputes. Buchwald Supreme Court, Buchwald $400 on Shell Boulevard, it was reported at
Having retired last year from a litigation
practice spanning more than 30 years, San “I still love the job, and I think the one said he strives to explain the reasoning 6:52 p.m. Saturday, May 12.
Carlos resident Richard Wilson said he felt thing that I have that’s still in short supply behind his decisions in both jury trials and Arres t. A Hayward resident was arrested for
he could leverage his experiences both in our court … I come from a solid civil when he is ruling in a trial by judge. driving under the influence of drugs, driving
inside and outside the courts to serve the practice and I also have some business “I will always try to give reasons why I’m on the wrong side of the highway and driv-
six-year term. Including work at a health experience,” he said. doing what I’m doing,” he said. “I think our ing without a license on East Hillsdale
care and malpractice defense firm, the As a litigation management attorney for job at the trial level is to decide things Boulevard, it was reported at 4:06 p.m.
Judicial Council of California and as senior the Judicial Council of California, the poli- based on the facts and make sure everybody Saturday, May 12.
counsel for the Regents of the University of cy and rule-making body of the California gets a fair trial on both sides.” Bi cy cl e theft. A bicycle worth $265 was
California, Wilson believes his career expe- court system, Wilson oversaw and moni- Wilson pegged the frustration those inter- stolen on Metro Center Boulevard, it was
riences will lend a fresh perspective to the tored court proceedings and trials and inter- acting with the county’s judicial services reported at 3:31 p.m. Saturday, May 12.
seat Judge Gerald Buchwald has held for acted with a range of court officials. In put- have aired about the rigid, seemingly com-
more than 13 years. Superior Court judges ting in a bid for Buchwald’s seat, Wilson plex system they encounter as another focus SAN CARLOS
are typically appointed by the governor and said he is not only aiming to provide a new of his should he be elected to the seat. He DUI. A Redwood City resident was cited and
are left of the ballot if they are not chal- voice in an election cycle he believes said he’s heard complaints about defendants transported to First Chance after an officer
lenged, which is common. A judge’s seat is results in a series unopposed races, but also not feeling like they’re treated like a person conducted a traffic stop and determined that
sometimes open to a race when it is vacated to restore respect and proper application of while their court cases are adjudicated or that the resident was driving under the influence
in a late-term retirement or a judge chooses the law to the office upon reviewing continuances to their cases have proven to
of alcohol on Holly Street, it was reported at
not to run for re-election. Buchwald’s performance over the years. be costly and burdensome, and hopes to
start conversations among the county’s 1:05 a.m. Saturday, May 5.
“There are times when it is healthy for the Wilson said allegations from defendants
and attorneys whose cases have been heard Superior Court judges to review some of Sus pended l i cens e. Someone was cited
system and for the court if someone steps up
in Buchwald’s courtroom have for him those issues from a different perspective. and released for driving with a suspended
and challenges, ” he said. “There’s this
problem and something unhealthy about called into question whether Buchwald’s rul- “I realize it’s a very difficult environment, license and the passenger was arrested for
this perpetual incumbency that never sees ings are based on precedent. He added com- and it’s a day-to-day, week-to-week grind to being in possession of burglary tools and
the light of day.” plaints about delays in cases that go before drug paraphernalia on Dayton Avenue, it was
Appointed to the bench in 2005, Buchwald also spurred him to pursue his seat See JUDGE, Page 24 reported at 1 p.m. Friday, May 4.
Buchwald said he’s looking forward to car- on the bench.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL STATE/NATION Weekend • May 26-28, 2018 5


California lawmaker cleared Around the state
of groping charge back at work ing terminally ill people to end their lives
SACRAMENTO — Embattled California has been put on hold — at least for now.
Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia returned to A ruling handed down by a judge Thursday
the Assembly floor found the 2016 law was unconstitutional.
Friday for the first time The state attorney general’s office was
since an investigation expected to appeal.
found allegations she The practical impact of the ruling remained
groped a male staffer unclear Friday.
unsubstantiated. The law required terminally ill adults seek-
The Los Angeles-area ing a prescription for life-ending drugs to
Democrat was hugged by make two separate requests, at least 15 days
a few Democratic lawmak- apart.
Cristina Garcia ers after she entered the Alexandra Snyder of the Life Legal Defense
chamber, including Foundation, which sued to get the law tossed,
Assemblyman Rob Bonta, D-Alameda, and said the order voids the current state statute.
Assemblywoman Eloise Gomez Reyes, D- Advocacy group Compassion & Choices
Grand Terrace. called for an immediately appeal to preserve
She was also greeted by other members of the law as the legal fight plays out.
the Assembly, including Republican Leader The attorney general’s office didn’t imme-
Brian Dahle, who represents a rural Northern diately respond to a comment request.
California district. Meanwhile in the gallery
REUTERS
A helicopter lands near Noblesville West Middle School in Noblesville, Ind.
overlooking the chamber where members of Bill to create health care
the public sit, some women affiliated with an
price controls in California dies
Teacher who confronted Indiana effort to oust Garcia wore shirts that spelled
“RESIGN.”

California measure to slash


SACRAMENTO — A proposal to create
government price controls in California for
surgeries, hospital stays, doctor visits and
school shooter lauded as a hero
By Rick Callahan classmates.
marijuana taxes suffers setback
SACRAMENTO — California’s legal mari-
other health care services died Friday when it
failed to clear a key committee, but the author
says he plans to bring it back next year.
juana industry will have to wait for a tax cut.
“It’s just a shock he The measure was a longshot from the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Legislation that would have slashed taxes
would do something like beginning, but it drew national attention
on legal pot for three years to entice people
that,” Stonebraker said. from health care policy observers.
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — An Indiana middle away from the black market failed to advance
The attack comes a Hospitals, doctors and other influential
school student armed with two handguns out of a key legislative committee Friday.
week after an attack at a health care providers lobbied intensely
opened fire inside his science classroom “Today was another big win for the black
high school in Santa Fe, against the bill, which they said would lead
Friday, authorities said, wounding a class- market,” said Assemblyman Tom Lackey,
Texas, that killed eight to longer waits for medical care.
mate and a teacher whose swift intervention who co-authored the measure. “All we wanted
students and two teach- The bill has helped to change the national
was credited with saving lives. to do is to level the playing field financial-
debate over health care costs and brought a
The shooter, who had asked to be dis- Jason Seaman ers, and months after the ly.”
wide variety of health care interests to the
school attack that killed Marijuana growers and sellers in
missed from the class before returning with table, said Assemblyman Ash Kalra, a San
17 people in Parkland, Florida. The Florida California, which launched the nation’s
the guns, was arrested “extremely quickly” Jose Democrat who wrote the bill.
attack inspired students from that school and largest marijuana market at the start of the
after the incident around 9 a.m. at “This is the type of attention and invest-
others throughout the country to call for year, have complained that taxes are too
Noblesville West Middle School, police ment we need to find a solution to the sky-
more restrictions on access to guns. high. They argue many consumers are shop-
Chief Kevin Jowitt said. Authorities didn’t rocketing costs of health care,” Kalra said.
Seaman’s brother, Jeremy Seaman, told ping in the underground market to save
release his name or say whether he had been Kalra’s proposal would have affected pri-
The Indianapolis Star that his brother was money.
in trouble before but indicated he likely acted vate health plans, including those offered by
shot three times and was undergoing surgery. In some areas, combined state and local
alone. employers and purchased by individuals. A
He said he was conscious after the shooting taxes can approach 50 percent.
Seventh-grader Ethan Stonebraker said the and talked with his wife, telling her he was nine-member commission appointed by the
student was acting suspiciously when he OK. California law allowing governor and legislative leaders would have
walked into the room while the class was Jeremy Seaman, who now lives in set prices for everything from physical
taking a test. He said science teacher Jason Arizona, said his brother was a defensive end
life-ending drugs halted, for now exams to allergy tests to heart bypass sur-
Seaman likely averted a catastrophe. for Southern Illinois University’s football LOS ANGELES — A California law allow- gery. No other state has such a requirement.
“Our science teacher immediately ran at team and has never been a person to run
him, swatted a gun out of his hand and tack- away.
led him to the ground,” Stonebraker said. “If Authorities released no information about
it weren’t for him, more of us would have conditions of the two victims, who were
been injured for sure.” taken to Indianapolis hospitals.
Stonebraker told ABC News that Seaman Indiana University Health spokeswoman
threw a basketball at the shooter and ran Danielle Sirilla said the teacher was taken to
toward the bullets as screaming students IU Health Methodist Hospital and the
sought cover behind a table. wounded student was taken to Riley Hospital
He said he also knew the suspected gun- for Children. She didn’t know the serious-
man, whom he described as “a nice kid most ness of their injuries.
of the times” and said he often joked with the

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Mildred (Millie) Dutra Obituaries


Mildred (Millie) Dutra, born Aug. 1,
1925, died peacefully May 8, 2018. from Glendale High School. She went on to
She was a longtime resident of Menlo earn a Bachelor of Art at University of
Park. Millie was born in Modesto, California, Santa Barbara, followed by a
California, married her husband John in master’s degree from San Francisco State
1944, and moved to the Bay Area shortly University. She lived in the Bay Area all her
after. John died in 1995. adult life.
She enjoyed gardening, baking, church Sally was a special education teacher,
community activities, chatting with friends working with children who were blind, deaf
and her beloved Carol Burnett Show, not and both blind and deaf. She also worked
necessarily in that order. She cared for her with autistic children. She received a
ailing godmother for many years, and had a Teacher of the Year Award in San Mateo
special bond and friendship with her. County.
Millie leaves behind her children: Sally loved dogs, and adopted a series of
Sharon, Pat and John. She had one grand- dogs from the Humane Society. She was a
child, Meghan. When traveling in Europe sports enthusiast, and in earlier years was an
with the family, Meghan and Grandma would excellent tennis player and a fine swimmer.
be roommates and enjoyed many hours She was a Giants fan, and she attended the
playing cards even while Millie sometimes Giants’ first game at Candlestick Park.
bent the rules a bit. The family enjoyed She is survived by a daughter, Laurie
many holidays together. She relished in her Peters, a grandson, Danny Arellanes, and
extended family which most commonly and her cousins Caroline Helmuth, Stuart
closely included her niece Geri and her hus- McDougal and Donna Evleth.
band Albert Nigg. A family memorial event was held in
Memorial Mass will be celebrated noon Redwood City. Sally’s favorite charities
Saturday, June 2, at The Church of the were Habitat for Humanity; Physicians for REUTERS
Nativity, 210 Oak Grove Ave., Menlo Park. Social Responsibility; Youth Homes, Inc., Donald Trump gestures as he speaks at the graduation ceremony for the U.S. Naval Academy
Reception to follow at O’Hare Hall on same in Walnut Creek; and Nature Conservancy. Class of 2018 at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md.
premises. Interment at Alta Mesa Memorial
Park, Palo Alto.

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give up, you don’t give in’
Court: Montana minimizes Around the nation By Zeke Miller Trump drew a mixed response as he spoke
to 1,042 newly commissioned ensigns and
impact of mining near Yellowstone THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
second lieutenants, drawing applause and
The Vancouver, Canada, company
BILLINGS, Mont. — A gold exploration received approval last year to begin search- silence at times as he emphasized his efforts
proposal near Yellowstone National Park ANNAPOLIS, Md. — President Donald to boost federal defense spending. Said
ing for gold, copper and other minerals at Trump stressed the United States’ military
faced a significant setback as a judge blamed 23 locations in Emigrant Gulch, a pictur- Trump, “We have begun the great rebuilding
Montana officials for understating the might as he addressed graduates at the United of the U.S. military.”
esque area of steep mountains and dense for- States Naval Academy Friday, saying the
potential for mining to harm land, water and est in south-central Montana’s Paradise “We know that the best way to prevent war
wildlife. The ruling released Friday means “best way to prevent war is to be fully pre- is to be fully prepared for war and hopefully
Valley. It has a long history of small-scale pared for war.”
the Montana Department of Environmental mining. we never have to use all of this beautiful new
Quality would have to conduct a lengthy The results of the exploration work would Trump spoke to the 2018 graduating class powerful new equipment,” Trump said.
environmental review before Lucky guide the company’s future plans for com- in Annapolis, stressing American military At the conclusion of his remarks, Trump
Minerals can proceed. mercial-scale mining. preparedness a day after he canceled a said he planned to remain at the graduation
planned summit with North Korean leader to shake each graduate’s hand.
Kim Jong Un. Before leaving for the address, Trump said
“Our country has regained the respect that on Twitter he looked “forward to being with
we used to have long ago,” said Trump, who some of the greatest people on earth!”
did not mention North Korea in his remarks. This marked Trump’s first time speaking
“Yes, they are respecting us again. America to the academy’s graduating class. Last year,
is back.” Trump addressed the Coast Guard Academy.
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Handcuffed Harvey Weinstein faces


rape charge in #MeToo reckoning
By Collen Long and his handcuffs were too tight. Officers
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS used three, linked sets to put his hands
behind his back — a common procedure for
NEW YORK — It was the moment the heavyset prisoners. Other suspects who rec-
#MeToo movement had been waiting for: ognized him yelled out, “Yo, Harvey!”
Harvey Weinstein in handcuffs. The top charges against him carry the
His face pulled in a strained smile and his potential for up to 25 years in prison.
hands locked behind his back, the once- He’s accused of confining a woman in a
powerful Hollywood figure emerged from a Manhattan hotel room and raping her in
police station Friday facing rape and crimi- 2013, according to a court complaint.
nal sex act charges, a searing reckoning for The criminal sex act charge stems from a
the man who became a symbol of a world- 2004 encounter between Weinstein and
wide outcry over sexual misconduct. Lucia Evans, a then-aspiring actress who
told The New Yorker magazine he forced her
“This defendant used his position, money to perform oral sex during a daytime meet-
and power to lure young women into situa- ing in his office.
tions where he was able to violate them sex- “We are relieved and grateful that justice is
ually,” Manhattan Assistant Attorney Joan coming, but we also mourn the cases where
Illuzzi-Orbon said later, in words that it didn’t,” her lawyer, Carrie Goldberg, said
brought raised eyebrows from the otherwise in a statement to the Associated Press.
stony-faced Weinstein. More than 75 women have accused
The charges stem from encounters with Weinstein of wrongdoing, and authorities in
two of the dozens of women — some California and London are also investigat-
famous, some not — who have accused him ing assault allegations. Brafman also has
of sexual misdeeds. The rape charge REUTERS
Film producer Harvey Weinstein leaves the first precinct in Manhattan in New York. said that Weinstein was a “principal target”
involves a woman who has not come for- of an investigation being conducted by the
ward publicly; the other is a onetime aspir- that seems to have overtaken this case.” throng of media as the once powerful movie U.S. attorney’s office in Manhattan.
ing actress who was among his first accus- Asked about the raft of other allegations mogul was led into a lower Manhattan court- New York City police have also been
ers. against Weinstein, Brafman said the case house. investigating allegations by “Boardwalk
Weinstein has consistently denied any was a question of crime, not bad behavior. Asked “what can you say?” Weinstein Empire” actress Paz de la Huerta, who told
allegations of nonconsensual sex. “Mr. Weinstein did not invent the casting mildly shook his head and softly said “no.” police last fall that Weinstein raped her
His lawyer, Benjamin Brafman, said couch in Hollywood,” the attorney said. Earlier, he lumbered into a police station twice in 2010.
Friday that he would fight to get the charges Weinstein was released on $1 million carrying books that harkened to his show- Other women who have publicly accused
dismissed. bail, with constant electronic monitoring business roots: one on the Broadway song- Weinstein of criminal sexual assaults
And he began to take aim at the accusa- and a ban on traveling beyond New York and writing team of Rodgers and Hammerstein, include actress Rose McGowan, who said
tions and accusers, noting that the alleged Connecticut. and another about famed film director Elia Weinstein raped her in 1997 in Utah;
attacks weren’t reported to police when they As he surrendered, the 66-year-old Kazan. “Sopranos” actress Annabella Sciorra, who
happened and suggesting potential jurors Weinstein found himself surrounded by During a half-hour in a cell, officials said, said he raped her in her New York apartment
wouldn’t believe the women. lights and cameras in a spectacle he couldn’t he sat on the floor and flipped through the in 1992, and Norwegian actress Natassia
“Assuming,” he added, “we get 12 fair peo- control. Kazan biography. Later, in a courthouse Malthe, who said he attacked her in a
ple who are not consumed by the movement “You sorry, Harvey?” came a shout from a booking area, he complained he felt faint London hotel room in 2008.

Resentment over Trump election helped fuel Weinstein case


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Feminist Majority Foundation, describing we had all heard that kind of talk before,” women’s marches and the protests.”
the reaction to accusations against Harvey said Weinstein accuser Louisette Geiss. For some women, Weinstein’s arrest
NEW YORK — Throughout much of last Weinstein that helped launch the #MeToo “And then you felt like, oh my gosh, now Friday on rape and criminal sex act charges
year, millions of American women resented movement. someone can treat women like that and was a relief. It was bittersweet for Danielle
that a man who’d bragged about sexually Donald Trump’s victory in 2016 hardened become president! It was just, ‘Enough is Campoamor, a New York-based writer and
assaulting women had been elected presi- the resolve of many women who, when con- enough.’” editor who says she was sexually assaulted
dent. Then came an electrifying moment — fronted with the Weinstein case in October, Spillar suggested that the intense by a co-worker five years ago.
detailed allegations that another powerful saw a rare chance that a serial predator with response to Weinstein arose directly from “I watched Harvey Weinstein walk out of
man had sexually assaulted or harassed immense prestige and clout might be held Trump’s election. the police station in handcuffs and closed
dozens of women as one of Hollywood’s accountable. “The backlash to him and his election was my eyes and thought about what it would be
leading producers. The infamous “Access Hollywood” tape so massive among women that that was the like to see my rapist walk out in handcuffs,”
“It just explodes. It was like throwing a that revealed Trump’s boasts helped fuel setup,” Spillar said. “I don’t think the she said. “It’s something I will never see.
match into a bucket of kerosene,” said their outrage. Weinstein Effect could have happened with- But so many women today did, and that’s
Kathy Spillar, executive director of the “We, as victims of that kind of behavior, out the Trump Effect first, and the massive something.”
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Highest-paid CEOs by state


Alabama: O. B. Grayson Hall Jr., Regions Financial, $9.4 million (Hall is
stepping down in July.)
For CEOs, $11.7M a year
is just middle of the pack
Arkansas: C. Douglas McMillon, Walmart, $22.8 million
Arizona: Richard C. Adkerson, Freeport-McMoRan, $16.2 million
California: Michael Rapino , Live Nation Entertainment, $70.6 million
Colorado: Gregory B. Maffei, Liberty Media & Qurate Retail Group, $67.6
million
Connecticut: Mark T. Bertolini, Aetna, $18.7 million By Stan Choe
Washington, D.C.: Thomas P. Joyce, Danaher, $14.8 million THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “High pay ratios send a dispiriting message to
Delaware: Hervé Hoppenot, Incyte, $16.1 million
Florida: Brian D. Jellison, Roper Technologies, $29.2 million the workforce. ... Companies are asking their workers to
NEW YORK — Chief executives at
Georgia: Frank J. Bisignano, First Data, $102.2 million
Hawaii: Constance H. Lau, Hawaiian Electric Industries, $5.4 million the biggest public companies got an do more with less, at the same that CEO pay is on the rise.”
Iowa: Daniel J. Houston, Principal Financial Group, $9.4 million 8.5 percent raise last year, bringing — Liz Shuler, secretary-treasurer of the AFL-CIO
Idaho: Thomas K. Corrick , Boise Cascade , $4.1 million the median pay package for CEOs to
Illinois: Debra A. Cafaro, Ventas, $25.3 million $11.7 million. Across the S&P 500,
Indiana: N. Thomas Linebarger, Cummins, $13.2 million part-time employee at a Taco Bell Leslie Moonves of CBS. He made
Kansas: Michael J. Brown, Euronet Worldwide, $3.9 million compensation for CEOs is often hun- restaurant. $68.4 million, including a $20 million
Kentucky: Scott L. Thompson, Tempur Sealy International, $18 million dreds of times higher than typical Even at United Rentals, where the bonus. CBS stock fell in 2017, but the
Louisiana: Glen F. Post III, CenturyLink, $14.3 million (Post retired at the workers. median pay was $77,127 last year, it company’s board highlighted how CBS
company's annual meeting, which was on Wednesday.) The pay increase matches the bump would take a worker earning that is producing more premium content
Massachusetts: Stephen Kaufer, TripAdvisor, $43.2 million that CEOs received in 2016, according
Maryland: David M. Zaslav, Discovery Communications, $42.2 million amount 166 years to match the $12.8 where it has an ownership stake,
Maine: Melissa D. Smith, WEX, $10.8 million to salary, stock and other compensa- million in compensation that CEO among other accomplishments.
Michigan: Mary T. Barra, General Motors, $21.9 million tion data analyzed by Equilar for The Michael Kneeland made last year. No. 3 was W. Nicholas Howley at
Minnesota: James M. Cracchiolo, Ameriprise Financial, $22.4 million Associated Press. So far, shareholders seem OK with the TransDigm, which designs and pro-
Missouri: Michael F. Neidorff, Centene, $25.3 million For the first time, the government pay packages for CEOs. At both Yum duces aircraft components. He earned
Mississippi: Joe F. Sanderson Jr., Sanderson Farms, $6.6 million required companies to show in their
North Carolina: Brian T. Moynihan, Bank of America, $21.4 million Brands and United Rentals, more than $61 million, including $51.2 million
North Dakota: David L. Goodin, MDU Resources Group, $3.7 million annual proxy statements just how much 95 percent of shareholders approved of payments from the company on
Nebraska: Lance M. Fritz, Union Pacific, $11.3 million more bosses make than the typical their CEOs’ pay for last year. Likely stock options he holds, as if they had
New Hampshire: Timothy McGrath, PC Connection, $1.6 million employee. The typical CEO made 164 buoying that support was the 31.1 per- earned dividends. Howley, a Transdigm
New Jersey: Alex Gorsky, Johnson & Johnson, $23 million times the median pay of their employ- cent return for Yum Brands stock and the co-founder, left his position as CEO
New Mexico: Patricia K. Collawn, PNM Resources, $4.4 million ees, according to Equilar’s analysis. 62.8 percent rise for United Rentals.
Nevada: Stephen A. Wynn, Wynn Resorts, $34.5 million (Wynn left the last month. He is now executive chair-
CEO position in February.) Because the government gave com- Across the S&P 500, such votes on man.
New York: Leslie Moonves, CBS, $68.4 million panies wide leeway in how they calcu- executive compensation passed with Jeffrey Bewkes of Time Warner was
Ohio: W. Nicholas Howley, TransDigm Group, $61 million lated the median pay of their workers, similar approval ratings in 2016 and the fourth-highest paid CEO at $49
Oklahoma: Robert D. Lawler, Chesapeake Energy, $14.9 million and because some industries rely heavi- 2017, at 95 percent, according to the million. Time Warner rejiggered its
Oregon: Bryan B. DeBoer, Lithia Motors, $5.9 million ly on part-time workers, the CEO-to- data compiled by Equilar. The boards of compensation formulas for executives
Pennsylvania: Brian L. Roberts, Comcast, $32.5 million
Rhode Island: Scott C. Donnelly, Textron, $13.1 million worker pay ratios are imperfect and directors who set CEO pay, meanwhile, following its deal to be acquired by
South Carolina: John D. Williams, Domtar, $7 million make comparisons difficult. Despite say they are tying more of their execu- AT&T, which was announced in 2016
South Dakota: David R. Emery, Black Hills, $3.4 million pushback, Congress forced companies tives’ compensation to how the compa- but is still awaiting government
Tennessee: Mark J. Costa, Eastman Chemical, $14 million to publish the data as a way to shine a ny is performing, and they need to pay approval. Bewkes received restricted
Texas: Randall L. Stephenson, AT&T, $25.6 million spotlight on income inequality. the going rate to keep talented execu- stock valued at $32 million.
Utah: Harris H. Simmons, Zions, $3.2 million
Virginia: Phebe N. Novakovic, General Dynamics, $21.2 million A debate has already ensued about the tives. No. 5 was TripAdvisor’s Stephen
Washington: John J. Legere, T-Mobile US, $23.6 million significance of this newly released The AP’s CEO compensation study Kaufer, at $43.2 million. He received
Wisconsin: Jonas Prising, ManpowerGroup Inc., $12 million data. includes pay data for 339 executives at grants of options and restricted stock
“High pay ratios send a dispiriting S&P 500 companies who have served valued at $42.1 million, and the com-
message to the workforce,” said Liz at least two full consecutive fiscal pany said it does not expect to give
Shuler, secretary-treasurer of the AFL- years at their respective companies, him another stock grant as long-term
CIO, which has been calculating its which filed proxy statements between incentive compensation until 2021.
own tally of CEO-to-worker pay ratios Jan. 1 and April 30. Some companies This is the first year that companies
for years. “Companies are asking their with highly paid CEOs did not fit these had to report the median pay for their
workers to do more with less, at the criteria, such as Oracle, and were employees. Median is the midpoint of
same that CEO pay is on the rise.” excluded. the pay scale. Across the S&P 500, the
Detractors among business groups, The highest-paid CEO in Equilar’s median compensation last year was
academics and compensation consult- analysis was Hock Tan of Broadcom, $70,244, according to Equilar. That’s
ants say the ratio can give a false who made $103.2 million. The vast higher than the average pay for all U.S.
impression. For example, some com- majority of Tan’s compensation came workers, at $47,792, because the S&P
panies exclude some of their lower-paid in the form of a stock grant, valued at 500 is full of big, multinational com-
foreign workers, which regulations $98.3 million. He’ll receive the shares panies. Last year’s median pay for the
allow. And companies with large part- if the stock hits certain performance U.S. is not yet available.
time workforces will show much targets over the next four years. The Companies in the pharmaceutical,
greater disparity between the CEO’s company said in a filing with regula- technology and energy sectors were on
pay and median pay. tors that the figure looks substantial, the high end of the S&P 500 for worker
At Yum Brands, CEO Greg Creed’s but the amount Tan earns will “only be pay. At Facebook, for example, the
pay of $12.3 million was 1,358 times exceptional if our (stock returns rela- median compensation was $240,430.
higher than the company median of tive to other companies) is exception- On the low end were retailers and fast-
$9,111. The employee who earned that al.” food restaurant chains, which tend to
amount, on an annualized basis, was a The second-highest paid CEO was have more part-time workers.

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Trump balks at
N. Korea’s rhetoric
but it has used worse
BOLTON CRITICISM
After canceling a high-level dialogue with South Korea,
North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye Gwan on May
16 issued a statement threatening to do the same with the
Kim-Trump talks if the United States continues to “drive us
into a corner to force our unilateral nuclear abandonment.”
Kim Kye Gwan categorically took issue with the remarks
by Bolton that North Korea should follow the “Libyan
model,” which many experts say meant the North must take
complete nuclear disarmament steps before getting major
sanctions relief or other outside benefits.
“We shed light on the quality of Bolton already in the
past, and we do not hide our feeling of repugnance toward
him,” Kim Kye Gwan was quoted as saying in the statement
carried by the Korean Central News Agency.
Kim Kye Gwan’s wording was weaker than a previous
salvo North Korea fired off about the hawkish U.S. official.
In 2003, North Korea’s state media called Bolton “human
scum” after he described then North Korean leader Kim Jong
Il, the late father of Kim Jong Un, as a “tyrannical dictator.”
In 2007, when Bolton raised strong skepticism about North
Korea’s previous disarmament pledges, state media said he
“talked trash” and that he is “ill-famed for speaking ill of REUTERS
the countries standing for progress and peace.” North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inspects the construction of the ‘Wonsan-Kalma shore Tourist Zone.’
PENCE CRITICISM
This directly prompted Trump to say that it is “inappro-
priate” to go ahead with the summit because of the “tremen-
After Trump’s pullout, North
Korea changes tune on summit
dous anger and open hostility” displayed in the North’s
“most recent statement.”
In remarks carried by state media on Thursday, Choe Son
Hui, another North Korean vice foreign minister, called
Pence a “political dummy” over his comments during a Fox By Eric Talmadge Washington is still game. cerns were growing that the gap
News interview that again compared North Korea with THE ASSOCIATED PRESS But the question remains: Should it between the two leaders on the most
Libya. be? fundamental issues was so wide that
“As a person involved in the U.S. affairs, I cannot sup- TOKYO — President Donald Trump’s Kim has lots of reasons for wanting the potential danger of a major break-
press my surprise at such ignorant and stupid remarks gush- decision to walk away from a plan to the summit. Sitting down as an equal down outweighed the whatever bene-
ing out from the mouth of the U.S. vice president,” Choe meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un with the U.S. president would go a fits might come from simply sitting
said. “In case the U.S. offends against our goodwill and next month in Singapore caught a lot long way toward legitimizing his down together for what would be a his-
clings to unlawful and outrageous acts, I will put forward a of people off guard, including, it regime on the world stage and weaken- toric first.
suggestion to our supreme leadership for reconsidering the appears, Kim Jong Un. ing the rationale for continued trade It’s not even clear if Kim intends to
(North)-U.S. summit.” Every indication is that Pyongyang sanctions, particularly by neighbor- give up his nuclear arsenal any time
Choe’s “political dummy” comment was certain to anger still wants to make the meeting hap- ing China. It also lowers the chances soon.
the United States. But again, in the past, North Korea pen. And as soon as possible. of military conflict, at least as long as The Washington-Pyongyang rift
attacked others including Trump using worse language. Pyongyang made that clear Friday talks are underway, and if Kim plays widened dramatically after national
At the height of nuclear tensions between the countries with a surprisingly conciliatory his cards right it could give him de security adviser John Bolton suggest-
last year, Kim Jong Un personally called Trump “the men- response to Trump’s sudden breakup facto recognition as the leader of a ed the North must unilaterally give up
tally deranged U.S. dotard” after Trump portrayed him as letter, suggesting North Korean offi- nuclear power. its nuclear arsenal before it can expect
“the Rocket Man” on a “suicide mission.” His propaganda cials may now be thinking they over- Trump also appears to still want the any easing of U. S. economic and
machine called Trump a “war maniac” and “mad man.” played their hand with defiant rheto- summit to go through at some point. political pressure. For added impact,
North Korea’s state media called former President Barack ric and by deliberately missing But his position is a bit more compli- he said Libya, whose leader agreed to
Obama a “monkey,” and his secretary of state, John Kerry, preparatory meetings over the past cated. give up his nuclear program only to be
a wolf with a “hideous lantern jaw.” They called South couple of weeks. That presents an Well before he decided to pull the deposed and killed, would be a good
Korea’s former conservative presidents Park Geun-hye a opening for diplomacy to continue if plug on the June 12 summit plan, con- model.
“prostitute” and Lee Myung-bak a “rat.”

LETTER OF APOLOGY
About eight hours after Trump publicly called off the sum-
mit, Kim Kye Gwan issued a lengthy statement saying
North Korea is still willing to sit down with the United EXAMINATIONS
States “at any time, in any format.” and
“The first meeting would not solve all, but solving even TREATMENT
one at a time in a phased way would make the relations get of
better rather than making them get worse. The U.S. should Diseases & Disorders
ponder over it,” Kim Kye Gwan said. of the Eye
Kim Kye Gwan called Trump’s decision “very regrettable”
but his statement still apparently focused on stressing that EYEGLASSES
Trump misunderstood the North’s true intensions. Experts and
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Stocks dip as oil prices, energy companies fall


By Marley Jay companies moved higher. The
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS Russell 2000 index of smaller-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 24,824.22 company stocks lost 1.29 points,
NEW YORK — Energy compa- Low: 24,687.81 or 0.1 percent, to 1,626.93.
nies and oil prices took their Close: 24,753.09 U. S. markets will be closed
worst losses in months Friday on Change: -58.67 Monday for the Memorial Day
reports OPEC countries plan to holiday.
OTHER INDEXES U.S. crude dropped to $67.88 a
produce more oil soon. Stock
indexes finished an indecisive S&P 500: 2721.33 -6.43 barrel in New York. Brent crude,
week with small losses. NYSE Index: 12,634.94 -61.75 used to price international oils,
U.S. crude oil sank 4 percent Nasdaq: 7433.85 +9.43 fell 3 percent to $76.44 a barrel in
after multiple reports indicated NYSE MKT: 2679.10 -18.30 London. Increased oil production
that Russia and OPEC could start Russell 2000: 1626.93 -1.29 and lower prices could reduce prof-
producing more oil soon. They cut Wilshire 5000: 28,335.52 -55.61 its for energy companies. Exxon
production at the start of 2017 fol- Mobil fell 1.9 percent to $78.71
lowing a big buildup in supplies 10-Yr Bond: 2.93 and Chevron gave up 3.5 percent
that had pushed prices lower. Oil (per barrel): 67.50 to $122.19.
In November they extended that Gold : 1,301.20 Among airlines, Delta gained
cut through the end of 2018, but 2. 7 percent to $55. 87 and
according to reports this week, but helped dividend-payers like gains lately and were due to slow into gains for stocks. Sandven American rose 3. 1 percent to
they might agree to start raising household goods makers. down. He said the growing global said that could change when com- $44.91. The stocks have skidded
production in June. U.S. crude fin- Wall Street also focused on quar- economy is going to help the panies start reporting their sec- over the last few months as the
ished at a three-year high Monday terly results from retailers. Gap industry in the longer term. ond-quarter results in July. rising price of oil increased their
and has fallen 6 percent since plunged after it said its namesake “If you look at the sectors that The S&P 500 index slid 6.43 fuel costs and cut into their prof-
then. brand is still struggling, but Foot are outperforming, it’s those that points, or 0. 2 percent, to its. Delta stock is flat in 2018 and
The drop in the price of oil has Locker soared after it said sales of tend to be pro-growth,” he said, 2,721.33. The Dow Jones indus- American Airlines has fallen 14
meant sharp losses for energy premium shoes improved. especially technology and con- trial average fell 58.67 points, or percent.
companies, but it gave airlines a Terry Sandven, chief equity sumer-focused companies. Over 0.2 percent, to 24,753.09. The Bond prices kept rising. The
boost as investors anticipated strategist at U.S. Bank Wealth the last month that growth, and Nasdaq composite climbed 9.42 yield on the 10-year Treasury note
lower fuel costs. Bond yields Management, said energy compa- the strong company profits that points, or 0. 1 percent, to fell to 2.93 percent form 2.98 per-
declined again, which hurt banks nies and oil prices had made big come with it, have not translated 7, 433. 85 as consumer-focused cent.

After Amazon Echo misfire, ways to protect your own privacy


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS recording and then led it to interpret subse- recorded to begin with. You can hit that have a home-security camera that’s connect-
quent conversation as a “send message” when you’re having sensitive conversa- ed to the internet, turn the camera to the wall
NEW YORK — Revelations that an request. tions. The button on the Echo will turn red; when you’re home. Just remember to turn it
Amazon Echo smart speaker inadvertently There’s no way to eliminate these sorts of other devices have similar cues. It doesn’t back before you leave, or you defeat the
sent a family’s private conversation to an privacy risks short of unplugging entirely. make sense to keep the mic disabled point of having a security camera.
acquaintance highlights some unexpected But you can minimize the odds of unpleasant throughout the day, though. If the Echo BLOCK THE SIGNALS: For smart-
risks of new voice-enabled technologies. privacy surprises with these tips: can’t hear you, it won’t be able to order you phones and other gadgets you carry with
According to Amazon, the fault was an KILL THE MIC: Most smart speakers more toilet paper or play smooth jazz. you, a “Faraday bag” that blocks electro-
“unlikely” series of inadvertent vocal cues have a physical button to disable the micro- LIMIT THE MIC: Disabling the micro- magnetic waves can help prevent unwanted
that triggered the speaker, caused it to begin phone, so a private conversation can’t be phone isn’t practical on a smartphone, but spying. The good ones will block cellular
you can limit what apps have access to it. and other signals, meaning privacy-com-
Go to the settings and turn off mic access to promising information such as your loca-
all but essential apps such as voice recorders tion won’t leak out either. Just remember,
or video conferencing. Netflix doesn’t real- your phone won’t get any calls while it’s in
ly need voice access; you can simply type the bag — that’s the whole point.
the name of the show you’re searching for. BE INFORMED: Apple, Samsung and
ABOUT THAT CAMERA: Facebook other tech companies have worked over the
CEO Mark Zuckerberg famously puts a piece years to ensure that their products work “out
of tape over his laptop’s camera to prevent of the box,” without users having to pore
spying if anyone were to hack his device. through lengthy manuals and operating
Buy yourself a roll. Or use bandages. If you instructions.

Fiat Chrysler warning 5.3 million


owners: Don’t use cruise control
By Tom Krisher stopped. Shifting into park would cancel
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the cruise, but tapping the brakes or turning
off the cruise control button won’t work.
The problem was found in testing of the
DETROIT — Fiat Chrysler is recalling vehicles’ computer network. FCA says it
more than 5.3 million vehicles in the U.S., has no reports of crashes or injuries. After
Canada and elsewhere because in rare but ter- the testing uncovered the trouble, FCA said
rifying circumstances, drivers may not be it reviewed consumer complaints and found
able to turn off the cruise control. one that may be related.
The company is warning owners not to In the complaint filed with the National
use cruise control until the cars, SUVs and Highway Traffic Safety Administration, an
trucks can be fixed with a software update. owner from Olathe, Kansas, said a 2017
Fiat Chrysler says the condition can occur Dodge Journey SUV rental vehicle was
if the cruise control accelerates at the same being driven about 70 miles per hour with
time an electrical short-circuit happens. But the cruise control on when the windshield
the brakes are designed to overpower the wipers came on by themselves and the throt-
engine and the vehicles could still be tle locked up.
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policy continues to draw ire
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County athletes
Warriors undaunted
By Kristie Rieken
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
excel at CCS track
and field finals
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT
HOUSTON — If the Golden State Warriors
are worried as they head into Game 6 of the San Mateo County track and field athletes
Western Conference finals on the brink of had a strong showing at the Central Coast
elimination, they aren’t showing it. Section championships Friday at Gilroy
“We have a chance to tie the series at home. High School as there were eight titles won
That’s a pretty good position to be in,” coach by county schools and scores more who had
Steve Kerr said. “We’ve top-three finishes to qualify for the state
got to win two basketball meet.
games and we’ve done that Serra, a year after finishing second in the
an awful lot, so we’re very team standings, captured the overall CCS
confident.” boys’ team championship.
The defending champi- The throws were dominated by San Mateo
ons trail Houston 3-2 in county athletes. In the girls’ discus, county
the best-of-seven series athletes went 1-2-3 to sweep all three spots
after consecutive wins by into the state meet. Terra Nova’s Carly
the Rockets, capped by Watts blew away the field, uncorking a
Steve Kerr Thursday night’s 98-94 throw of 141-7, nearly 13 feet better than
victory . Now the series the runner-up’s best toss.
shifts to Oracle Arena, a place where the Second place went to Mills’ Nane
Warriors have lost just one time in their last Ikahihifo, whose throw of 128-10 clipped
17 playoff games. third-place Krissy Smoot of Notre Dame-
Stephen Curry said the Warriors are encour- Belmont, whose best was 128-4. Mills’
aged despite falling behind in the series Pipiena Langi finished fifth with a throw of
because they believe both games could have 122-8.
gone their way and that a few simple correc- In the boys’ shot put, Serra’s Elijah Folau
tions will get them back on track. captured the CCS title with a throw of 53-
“We have an opportunity to re-establish 11.75, more than two feet better than Yasin
ourselves at home, get a big win, keep our- Bennett’s best effort of 51-2.25.
selves alive, and then roll the dice into Game Watts and Smoot went on to dominate the
7,” Curry said. “Not all is lost.” girls’ shot put as well, with Watts adding the
Houston’s big win in Game 5 was tempered shot put title to her discus crown. Watts won
by a hamstring injury to star Chris Paul which the shot put with an effort of 43-0.5 to out-
will keep him out of Saturday’s game. It’s a distance Smoot’s best of 42-3. Ikahihifo
major blow for a team which is looking to was fourth with a 39-8.
reach the NBA Finals for the first time in more In the boys’ discus, Mills’ Michael
than two decades. Skyriotis moved up from the No. 3 qualify-
The Rockets believe they can absorb this ing spot to win the title with a throw of
loss and don’t seem daunted by the setback, 153-6, more than two feet better than Folau,
noting that they found ways to win in the reg- who took second with a throw of 151-5,
ular season in many games where Paul sat out Joining Folau as a CCS champion for
with injuries. Serra is hurdler Tyler Mak, who blazed to the
“I don’t have a doubt,” D’Antoni said. crown in the 300 hurdles with a 38.37 — the
“They see the challenge ... whether CP’s there only hurdler to post a sub-39 race.
or not, it’s a heck of a challenge, and they’re Lynbrook’s Andrew Shao was second in a
up to it. They’re looking forward to it.” 39.05.
James Harden, who has struggled offensive- Menlo-Atherton’s Jessica Eagle laid
ly in the last two games and went 0 for 11 on claim to the fastest girl in CCS by capturing
3s in Game 5, rolled his eyes when asked if JOHN GLASER/USA TODAY SPORTS the 100-meter title. Her time of 12.16 was
Klay thompson blocks a James Harden shot during Game 5 Thursday night. The Warriors will
See WARRIORS, Page 16 have to win two in a row to avoid elimination. See CCS, Page 17

Part-timers garner Giants still looking


for first win on trip
full attention at Indy
By Jenn Fryer
By Andrew Seligman
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

CHICAGO — There isn't much


Cubs 6, Giants 2
Buster
and
Posey
Brandon
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kyle Hendricks thinks he needs to Belt each hit fly
change. And it's hard to argue when balls to the
he's in command like this. warning track
INDIANAPOLIS — Part-time Hendricks limited San Francisco
drivers and one-off rides are usually a g a i n s t
to one run and two hits over seven Hendricks. But
afterthoughts at the Indianapolis innings, Ben Zobrist lined a
500, where the sport’s brightest San Francisco
tiebreaking two-run double in the managed just
stars tend to shine in the hot sun seventh and the Chicago Cubs beat
on the final Sunday of May. Gorkys four hits and fell
the Giants 6-2 on Friday. to 0-3 on an
This year, the part-time driver is Hendricks (4-3) struck out seven Hernandez
eight-game trip.
Helio Castroneves. and walked two, helping Cubs The Giants have been outscored
And the one-off is Danica open the series on a winning note 21-5.
Patrick. after a two-game sweep by "It was Kyle's day, " Chicago
Throw in a deep, four-car stable Cleveland at Wrigley Field. manager Joe Maddon said. "He
from newly minted NASCAR Hall "I feel really good," he said. "It's gave us a chance to win that
of Fame owner Roger Penske, the just that constant focus, come in game."
race favorite starting from the BRIAN SPURLOCK/USA TODAY SPORTS every day. There are a few things Outscored 11-1 in the Cleveland
back row and a big name sitting Despite appearing in her final race, Danica Patrick, center, continues to be that aren't necessarily where I want series, the Cubs chased Derek
out the race and the 102nd edition a fan favorite and has had the spotlight on her at Indianapolis this month. it to be right now, but overall, it's Holland in a four-run seventh.
of the “Greatest Spectacle in been really good." Zobrist broke a 1-1 tie with his
Racing” has every expectation of He’s been chasing that mark since first Japanese winner in race histo- Gorkys Hernandez homered lead- double to left against Will Smith,
living up to its nickname. 2010 and has finished second three ry. ing off the fourth and singled in and Kris Bryant added a two-run
Yes, Castroneves can win this times, including last year when he the sixth. Andrew McCutchen,
race for a record-tying fourth time. was beaten by Takuma Sato, the See INDY, Page 14 See GIANTS, Page 14
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Civil rights activists rally outside NFL HQ


By Ralph D. Russo The Rev. Charles Williams II, president of
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the Michigan chapter of the National
Action Network, said if Detroit Lions owner
NEW YORK — Civil rights activists Martha Ford and the team adhere to the
protested outside NFL headquarters Friday, anthem policy, “then they are doing noth-
calling on team owners to overturn their ing more than ... standing with racism.”
new national anthem policy and urging a In New York, Foy was joined by progres-
boycott of the league and its sponsors. sive talk radio host Mark Thompson, who
About 50 people gathered at the midtown wore a long shirt with a depiction of
Manhattan office building for a rally organ- Kaepernick in his 49ers uniform taking a
ized by National Action Network, a civil knee, and city councilman Jumaane
rights nonprofit. Williams, who brought a Kaepernick No. 7
Kirsten John Foy, the group’s northeast jersey to display after he spoke and wore a
regional director, was the first of 10 speak- shirt with the slogan #IMWITHKAP across
ers who took turns during the 40-minute the front.
demonstration to criticize NFL team owners “I’m proud because I’m going to be on the
and President Donald Trump. right side of history,” Williams said. “I’m
“Our demand is that the NFL reverse that going to be standing and kneeling with
immoral and unconstitutional decision,” Colin Kaepernick.”
Foy said. Several speakers said supporters of
NFL owners voted Wednesday to require Kaepernick and the protesting players
players to stand for the national anthem or should stop watching NFL games and no
stay in the locker room. Teams will be fined longer patronize companies that sponsor
if players don’t stand. Some players have the league.
been kneeling during the playing of “The “You can’t inundate us with tens of mil-
Star-Spangled Banner” before games the STEVEN YANG/REUTERS lions of dollars in commercial ads and then
last two seasons to protest police brutality Protesters gather in front of the NFL headquarters in New York in response to the league’s new strip the people that generate your money
and racial inequality. national anthem policy. and your profits of their first amendment
Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback rights,” Foy said. “And if they choose to
Colin Kaepernick started the protest in the NFL and team owners for colluding to Alex Butcher-Nesbitt said the group planned protest, they’ve got to stay in the locker
2016. He did not play last season after keep him out of the league. to hold similar demonstrations around the room. So the locker room is the new slave
being unsigned as a free agent. He is suing National Action Network spokesman country, including Detroit and Los Angeles. shanty.”

second with 33 touchdown receptions.


NFL brief
Packers sign veteran
Lewis also helped the Jaguars run for an NFL-
best 141.4 yards per game last year.
Champions League final: Liverpool’s
tight end Marcedes Lewis
He fills out the depth chart at a thin position
for the Packers, who signed Graham as a free
agent this offseason. Lance Kendricks was the
Salah challenges Ronaldo’s supremacy
GREEN BAY, Wis. — The Green Bay Packers only other tight end with extensive experience
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS career stalling was reignited at Roma and
have signed tight end Marcedes Lewis, adding on the roster. Liverpool came calling last year.
another veteran to back up Jimmy Graham. KIEV, Ukraine — For once in a Champions Few could have imagined Salah’s impact,
The tight end position can be productive on a League final, Cristiano Ronaldo will yield some
The 6-foot-6 Lewis, who turned 34 last week, Packers offense that figures to bounce back in powering the five-time European champions to
of the spotlight to another player sweeping up their first Champions League final in 11 years
played 12 seasons in Jacksonville. He ranks 2018 with a healthy Aaron Rodgers returning at adulation and personal acclaim.
third in Jaguars history with 375 catches and quarterback. with 11 goals in a run that began in the playoff
While five-time world player of the year round. Ronaldo eclipsed Salah in the competi-
Ronaldo is chasing a record fifth Champions tion with 15 goals after starting out in the group
League triumph, and fourth with Real Madrid, stage.
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is chasing a
first. Not just a first But both Salah and Ronaldo stand locked on
Champions League suc- 44 goals for the season in all competitions
cess, but a first major title heading into the final. So potent is the 33-year-
in football in his maiden old Ronaldo, he only required 43 games. Salah,
cup final. who is eight years younger, played eight more
Victory in Kiev’s than the Portuguese.
Olympic Stadium on “He’s the best,” Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane
Saturday would be a fitting said of Ronaldo, “and he proves it every year.”
climax to an astonishing Particularly in Europe, where Ronaldo is the
debut season at Liverpool all-time leading Champions League scorer with
Cristiano for Salah. A season when 120 goals. Real Madrid is seeking a record-
Ronaldo the Egyptian seized his sec- extending 13th European club title.
ond chance at a Premier “When you’re at this club you cannot take
League club with gusto after your foot off the gas, least of all in this compe-
a faltering spell at Chelsea. tition,” Ronaldo said. “I love that side of it
Salah has had such a dev- because it motivates me a lot.”
astating impact that he
Tuesday, June 12 poses a serious threat to the
While Madrid and Liverpool are contesting
the biggest prize in club football, they were far
decade of dominance of the
San Mateo County Fair world player of the year
off the pace in their home leagues.
Third in the Premier League still represented
award by Ronaldo and
1346 Saratoga Drive, San Mateo Barcelona’s Lionel Messi. progress for Liverpool under Juergen Klopp,
Mohamed “Comparing players who previously finished sixth, eighth and
Senior Expo open 11am - 3pm Salah with Ronaldo and Messi is fourth.
something you can’t do,” But Madrid regressed in La Liga, surrendering
Seniors age 62+ admitted FREE Senior Expo features: Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos said on its title with a third-place finish. Madrid has
into Fair and Senior Expo Friday. “They’re in another orbit. There are won the Champions League three times in the
t Senior-related businesses players who are in fashion, those who come and last four years, with two produced by Zidane
before 3pm and non-profit booths go and others who stay around. early into his first managerial job. It might take
Senior Expo hours: 11am to 3pm t Goody bags for first 1000 guests “Salah is a top player, that’s clear. He’s shown retaining the European Cup for Zidane to remain
that this year and he’s got a great chance to show in the post.
t Giveaways that over the next few years as Ronaldo and “To reach a final is not easy,” Zidane remind-
t Magic show 2 pm Messi have done — but the day after tomorrow.” ed his critics. “This is beautiful. This is my pas-
While lacking the flashy touch of Ronaldo, sion, I’ve always been a good competitor, I like
and presenting the image of a more modest to compete and behind all that is a lot of hard
lifestyle on social media, the “Egyptian King” work. Not only on my part but also the players.
Leading loc sula
is as adept at harnessing his commercial appeal. If you like to compete and want to work hard you
In recent weeks, Salah could be found at news can achieve what we are doing.”
conferences promoting a cellphone company, a Klopp’s grip on the Liverpool job will not be
logistics firm and taxi service. No wonder Salah impacted by Saturday’s result but victory would
is making the most of his newly-elevated status put the brakes on a run of five cup finals losses,
in the global game. In 2014, when Ronaldo including in the 2013 Champions League
reached the first of his four Champions League decider to Bayern Munich while Borussia
finals with Madrid, Salah was just completing Dortmund manager.
Sponsorships available! his first five months drifting in and out of the
Chelsea team. “I know how I lost the finals, it didn’t change
Please call 650-344-5200 for information Salah never settled and was eventually dis- my life,” said Klopp, a two-time Bundesliga
* Events subject to change champion with Dortmund. “It’s not that I wake
carded by the west London club after only 13
appearances under Jose Mourinho. In Italy, a up every morning and think, ‘Wow. That was a
big chance.’”
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LeBron pushes Cavs to Game 7 vs Celtics


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Cavaliers 109, Celtics 99 everything, will have a fitting conclusion ing along with 20,562 others.
Sunday at TD Center, where the Celtics are 10- Just for good measure, he added a three-point
CLEVELAND — LeBron James chose “Greatness,” Cavs coach 0 this postseason. play and then was taken out of the game to a
Boston as the place he’ll play next. Tyronn Lue said. “Gave it “We have one game to be able to compete rousing ovation and chants of “Cavs in 7!”
Game 7 is on. And any talk about James’ his all. We needed that, for a championship, and what more could you “Just a lot of heart, a lot of grit, being
future is on hold. especially with Kevin ask for?” James said. “If I’d have told you at resilient,” James said.
James scored 46 points and preserved his going down. He delivered. the beginning of the season we only needed
reign atop the Eastern Conference for at least Boston’s improbable run through the post-
He carried us home as one game to make the NBA Finals, we’d take
one more game as the Cleveland Cavaliers season without injured stars Kyrie Irving and
usual.” it.”
shook off losing All-Star Kevin Love with a Gordon Hayward will now take the Celtics
The king is not dead, and George Hill added 20 points, and Jeff Green back home, where they play with more inten-
head injury and beat Boston 109-99 on Friday he still has a chance to 14 for the Cavs, who lost Love in the first sity, togetherness and before fans hungry to
night to force a decisive climax to this back-
and-forth series. LeBron James make his eighth straight quarter after he banged heads with Boston’s see an 18th title banner raised to their arena’s
NBA Finals. Jayson Tatum. rafters.
James, playing in perhaps his final game “It feels good just to be able to play for
for the Cavs in Cleveland, delivered another Terry Rozier paced the Celtics with 28 Love went out with a head injury in the first
another game,” James said. “Like I’ve always points, and Jaylen Brown had 27.
sensational performance — he added 11 said, Game 7 is the best two words in sports. quarter, forcing Lue to juggle his rotations and
rebounds and nine assists while playing all ... We should relish the opportunity and have The Celtics were still within seven in the keep James on the floor longer than he wanted
but two minutes — to avoid elimination and fun with it.” final three minutes before James made consec- to. The three-time champion played the first
delay any decisions about where he’ll contin- This series, in which home court has meant utive 3-pointers, punctuating the second by 35 minutes without a break and then endured
ue his remarkable career next season. pounding his chest with both fists and scream- the final eight while nursing a sore lower leg.

NBA playoffs: Injuries taketh away, and injuries giveth


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Injuries taketh away. Injuries giveth. critics reveled in how he dropped a pass and booted the ball off
The reigning NBA champions are on the brink of elimination, his leg in the final seconds for a turnover that cost Golden State
The NBA playoffs never go according to plan. The Golden down 3-2 in the West finals in large part because Iguodala's knee a chance to tie or win the game.
State Warriors are proof of that. has prevented him from playing in the last two games — both of If Iguodala was there, he'd have been involved in those plays.
Again. them close losses to the Houston Rockets, outcomes that may "He's one of our keys, and we've missed him the last two
They have been the league's best team over the last four sea- have been different if he was on the floor. games," Kerr said.
sons, without question. But even the great teams need injury luck But now those Rockets have lost Paul to a hamstring strain. Iguodala might be able to get through it and play on Saturday
on their side, as has been evident in each of their playoff runs Officially, Paul is out for Game 6 against the Warriors on night. Paul won't; in fact, it seems logical to fear that his season
over that span. Saturday. Realistically, the perennial All-Star is probably out for may be over regardless of how far the Rockets go.
Enter Chris Paul and Andre Iguodala this year. a lot longer. Hamstrings don't heal in a day or two. Playing through an
In 2015, Golden State didn't have to face injured Cleveland ankle sprain or broken finger, that's noble at this time of year.
stars Kyrie Irving or Kevin Love in the NBA Finals and won the Series lead, Houston.
Hamstrings don't allow for such displays of toughness. Running,
title. Advantage, it sure seems like Golden State. jumping, cutting, they're simply not possible. Paul could barely
Ayear later, the Warriors blew a 3-1 finals lead against the Cavs It's amazing to consider that the Warriors have four All-Stars — stand after getting hurt Thursday. Anyone envision him running
because the series turned in Game 5 — not because Draymond Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant and Green — and by Monday?
Green was suspended (the often-offered and incorrect narrative), yet they're one loss from summer right now because a 34-year-old Probably not.
but because Andrew Bogut got clumsily taken out by J.R. Smith Iguodala hasn't been on the floor. Make no mistake, his absence
and the Warriors had no one left to defend the rim from LeBron has crushed the Warriors and especially so in late-game situa-
James' constant onslaughts. tions.
Last year, Kawhi Leonard came down on Zaza Pachulia's foot in Golden State was awful offensively in the fourth quarter of
Game 1 of the Western Conference finals, San Antonio's big lead Game 4 and lost. The Warriors then got ripped for Quinn Cook
was gone in an instant and the Warriors steamrolled the rest of the taking a wide-open 3-pointer and missing with about a minute
way to another title. left in the Game 5 loss at Houston. Green's many social-media
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Four went to Penske drivers and three to Ed her career. has honored every sponsor appearance, did a

INDY
Continued from page 11
Carpenter Racing, which is fielding a car for
Patrick and put team owner Ed Carpenter on
the pole.
“Making an impact on people’s lives,
having the ability to make an impact on
people’s lives, is really powerful,” she said.
media tour to promote the race in New York
City, and has supported teammates as
they’ve prepared to race without him.
Everyone knows she can win her finale, “What do I say to somebody if they’re like,
He solemnly watched Friday’s pit crew
but not many believe she will actually pull it ‘How did you get to where you are? What do I
Castroneves will have Penske calling his competition in a black T-Shirt that read sim-
off. Patrick believes in herself, though, and do? Give me something inspirational?’ It’s
race as “The Captain” seeks his 17th Indy ply: “Indy 500 or Nowhere.”
her peers have no doubt she will impress my story. It might not be conventional, but
500 victory. But this is so very different for again at Indy. I’m not. It doesn’t even have to be compli- Even without Hinchcliffe, the race still
the popular Brazilian. Penske needed him in “Not enough people give enough credit to cated. The ability to affect people and has celebrity appeal. Alexander Rossi, win-
sports cars this year so he moved her,” Castroneves said. “She’s not only inspire people is really powerful. I’ve never ner of the 100th running, and Conor Daly
Castroneves out of IndyCar, but promised stayed away so many years from IndyCar, overlooked it. I’ve never said I didn’t ask for start next to each other on the back row and
him a seat in the race for a shot at that fourth and come back, not only to be in a race ... it it and I don’t want it. I honor it and try to do were teammates on reality show “The
jug of milk. shows that she’s an amazing talent. She a good job with it.” Amazing Race.” Rossi had a tire problem in
Castroneves is part of the talented Penske opens so many doors for so many young The same could be said for James qualifying that put him 32nd on the grid.
lineup that put all four of its Chevrolets in ladies, young girls, to become race car driv- Hinchcliffe, the driver who replaced Patrick Should he win, it would be a record — both
the front nine of the starting grid. He was the ers. Courageous for her, as well, making the when she left for IndyCar and grew into one Ray Harroun (1911) and Louis Meyer (1936)
favorite to win the pole but didn’t get the run decision to stop. of the sport’s most popular drivers. He had a won the race from 28th. But anything is
he needed and wound up eighth, right behind “I don’t know if I have that courage to do near-fatal accident at Indy in 2015, returned possible this year, including temperatures in
Patrick. it. Good for her. I will try and make it as hard the next year and won the pole, then failed to the 90s that could make it the hottest Indy
Her return to racing’s biggest stage comes as I can, her last 500 — for sure it’s an honor qualify for Sunday’s race because of a series 500 in history. It will also be the final Indy
seven years after Patrick left for NASCAR. to be sharing the track with her all the years of mistakes by his race team. 500 on ABC , ending the second partnership
The only woman to lead laps in both the that I did.” An embarrassing and heartbreaking set- in sports and television history after its
Indy 500 and the Daytona 500 has no plans Patrick briefly got on track Friday, the back for one of IndyCar’s championship 54th running.
to race again after Sunday. Like final day of practice, but had to take her car contenders — and a driver with crossover
Castroneves, she returned to Indy with a car The drivers aren’t sure what to predict and
to the garage for an electrical issue. It might appeal from his stint as runner-up on
capable of winning. have no idea what kind of race it will be.
have caused another driver to panic, but not “Dancing With The Stars” — Hinchcliffe did
Chevrolet , winner of only two Indy 500s Patrick, who recognizes she has a shot to not want the field of 33 expanded to accom- “Everybody is worried, but honestly that’s
since its 2012 return to IndyCar, came to win. She’s nervous about the opportunity modate him. The Canadian was uncomfort- going to make it more of race about pure tal-
Indianapolis Motor Speedway intent on end- but excited about her future. She’s also mind- able asking another driver to give up his ent of the guys, how smart are you with the
ing Honda’s two-year winning streak. With ful of what she’s meant to racing, those she seat for him, and he was determined to show tools? Saving this? Saving that?” Tony
the fastest cars in the field, there are Chevys has inspired and what her final trip around strong sportsmanship during this setback in Kanaan said. “It’s uncomfortable, but I like
in seven of the first nine starting spots. Indy will mean to those who have followed his strange history with Indy. So Hinchcliffe it.”

and five hits. He matched Hendricks before hit- throw approximately 45 pitches in a rehab start

GIANTS
Continued from page 11
ting Javier Baez and walking Ian Happ to start
the seventh, triggering the Cubs' big inning.
WILLIAMSON ACTIVATED
The Giants activated Williamson from the 10-
day disabled list and sent left-hander Josh Osich
with Triple-A Sacramento Saturday. ... 2B Joe
Panik (sprained left thumb) continues to make
progress and could begin a rehab assignment
Addison Russell moved the runners up with a to Triple-A Sacramento. before the team concludes its current road trip
sacrifice against Smith before Tommy La Stella Williamson had been sidelined since April 24 that runs through Wednesday.
single off Cory Gearrin. Addison Russell made it — batting for Hendricks — walked. That loaded because of a concussion. He was hurt when he
6-1 with an RBI single in the eighth, and the the bases for Zobrist, who lined a double to left. stumbled on a bullpen mound and crashed into
Cubs hung on for the victory. Bryant's single was the only other hit in the the left-field wall chasing a fly ball during a
UP NEXT
Pedro Strop retired the first two batters in the inning, and the Cubs drew two walks in addition home game.
ninth before Belt singled, went to second on Gi ants : RHP Chris Stratton (5-3, 4.92 ERA)
to a hit batter while sending nine to the plate. Osich has an 8.25 ERA in 12 relief appear- tries to win his third straight start, though he's
indifference and scored on Longoria's single.
ances. only gone five innings in each of his past two.
Brian Duensing walked Brandon Crawford to "We just talked about a few things," Giants
put runners on first and second, but Brandon manager Bruce Bochy said. "The thing that has Cubs : LHP Jose Quintana (5-3, 4.47) looks
Morrow struck out Mac Williamson for his 11th hurt us are these walks. That's what came back to
TRAINER'S ROOM to build on a dominant start after throwing one-
save in 12 chances. get us today. It's an area where we need to get Giants: LHP Madison Bumgarner (fractured hit ball over seven innings in a 10-0 win at
Holland (2-6) gave up three runs (two earned) better." pinky on his throwing hand) is scheduled to Cincinnati on Saturday.
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Success by Vegas No contract, no


problem as Trotz
raises stakes for guides Caps into
expansion teams Stanley Cup final
By Tim Booth When I think about what they’ve done my
By Stephen Whyno
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
preparation.
Teams tend to read cues from a head coach,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS endorphins go off and I have such admiration and those have been positive.
and we’re truly inspired by it.” ARLINGTON, Va. — One of the lasting "I think his demeanor has changed a little
SEATTLE — From his office about 1,000 The indications about six weeks ago, when images from the Capitals' playoff run came bit," MacLellan said. "He seems a little
miles away from T-Mobile Arena, Tod Leiweke Leiweke was hired, led those involved in the the morning of Game 7 in the Eastern lighter, a little looser, a little less pressure,
has watched the Stanley Cup playoffs with a expansion process to believe some type of con- Conference final. maybe a little more freedom in terms of how
growing appreciation for what is taking place ditional approval would be granted by the NHL Usually Alex Ovechkin hustles around the he goes about things."
in Las Vegas. Board of Governors during their June meeting, rink in a hot lap prior to the morning skate. Despite back-to-back Presidents'
He was keeping an eye on the Golden Knights to be followed by full approval in September. Only this time it was 55-year-old coach Trophies, MacLellan and Capitals manage-
even before he became president of Seattle The staggered approach was to make certain Barry Trotz, who answered the call from his ment didn't offer Trotz an extension.
Hockey Partners LLC, the group looking to construction on the arena would begin in late players to do the lap. Before the playoffs, Trotz said he hadn't
bring an expansion NHL franchise to the Pacific October as scheduled. "I was worried about the turns," Trotz said. lost any sleep over his status and referred
Northwest. Once he took That has changed. Bettman told The "The rudders haven't been sharpened all questions to MacLellan and owner Ted
charge of Seattle’s efforts , Associated Press this week that the Seattle year. ... I almost bit it at Leonsis. In March, Leonsis said he doesn't
Leiweke’s interest intensi- expansion won’t be formally addressed next the end there trying to talk about contracts, and MacLellan has
fied, just as Vegas began its month. imitate Ovi." repeatedly stated that any talks would wait
run to the upcoming The Capitals beat the until after the playoffs. There are currently
Stanley Cup Final. “What we have said to the people — David Tampa Bay Lightning 4-0
Bonderman’s group — is we’re on your no vacancies in the NHL.
“They’re playing the that night to punch their Toronto's Mike Babcock is the highest-
game with great joy and timetable. There’s information that needs to be ticket to the Stanley Cup
gathered after information is submitted. We paid coach at $6.25 million, Chicago's Joel
they’re having fun and it’s Final, but they might've Quenneville is next at $6 million and
just inspirational to have to finish doing our due diligence and our won Game 7 at that
Tod Leiweke watch,” Leiweke said. homework. We need to have the timetable Montreal's Claude Julien comes in at $5
moment. Rarely in previ- million. Those three have combined to win
“We’re absolutely loving it understanding as to when the building’s going Barry Trotz
ous postseasons had the Cup five times.
and living vicariously through them.” to get done. We can move as fast or as slowly as Trotz been that relaxed, the result of an
you want. There’s no rush,” Bettman told the AP. Trotz's price tag has gone up however the
The Golden Knights’ success in their inaugu- unusual situation.
“We’re in the middle of the process. They’re Final goes against the Golden Knights.
ral season has been unprecedented as Vegas pre- Trotz went into the season without — and
pares for Game 1 on Monday night against the doing their homework, and they’re proceeding "He's probably going to benefit from
still doesn't have — a contract for next sea-
Washington Capitals. It’s also seemed to have on two fronts because they’ve got to renovate a this, too," MacLellan said. "I think he's
son, a circumstance that almost never hap-
heightened the expectations for the next wave building and they’ve got to pursue the team and done a good job managing it. To come in
pens to an experienced coach of a team with
of NHL expansion. they’re doing both very nicely. They’re work- this year with so many questions — not
legitimate postseason hopes. But in a
Seattle is on deck. If the NHL awards the city ing with the city, they hired Tod Leiweke. from my point of view the lineup questions
strange way, being a lame-duck coach
a franchise, it could be on the ice as early as the were that a big deal — but just the emotion-
“Is it going to be on the June agenda? No. might've helped Trotz not feel the pressure
2020 season. It would require a $650 million al state of our team coming in to start the
After that, could it be September? Could it be the of past early exits and played a positive role
expansion fee and a renovated arena. There’s year and how to handle that, I think he's
annual meeting in December? It’s possible.” in getting this far.
also talk of future growth, with Houston men- done an outstanding job."
Leiweke was hoping to have a true rooting "I think it could be the same effect on a
tioned regularly as a possible destination for the player, too, that's becoming a free agent," Trotz survived a 10-9-1 start that culmi-
interest in the finals, but the Tampa Bay nated with 6-3 and 6-2 losses at Nashville
league. Lightning were ousted in the Eastern general manager Brian MacLellan said
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman has met Friday. "He's basically becoming a free and Colorado, and the Capitals winning 12
Conference finals by the Capitals. Leiweke was of their next 14 games might have saved his
with new Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta, who is the CEO of the Lightning from 2010-15 and agent as a coach, and what effect does that
certainly more open to acquiring an NHL fran- have? Do you have your best year when job. Players' response to Trotz reading them
was part of the group that turned around the the riot act showed he certainly hadn't lost
chise for Houston than former owner Les organization, both with its on-ice success and you're a free agent?"
Alexander. Seattle is certainly further ahead in Trotz has. Even with the fifth-most victo- the room.
in the stands, rejuvenating a fan base that had But a journey of self-discovery last sum-
the process by showing interest, but Houston slumped following Tampa Bay’s title run in ries of any coach in NHL history, until this
has the arena and a potential owner already in spring he hadn't made it past the second mer went beyond not having a contract.
2004.
place for the near future. round in 18 previous seasons with the "It gave me just some clarity on what
For now all the focus is on what’s happening The experience in Tampa Bay gave Leiweke defines me, what defines us, what defines
Nashville Predators and Capitals. He called
in Seattle. And if Leiweke is feeling any addi- an understanding of what it’ll take for Seattle to you," Trotz said. "If you don't win any
it "luck of the draw," running into champi-
tional pressure for his potential franchise given have a successful franchise. And while it may awards or anything, I'm not going to look at
onship-bound teams from Detroit, Chicago
Vegas’ success on and off the ice, he’s not show- not be on par with what Vegas is accomplish- you any different. If you're a good person
and Pittsburgh.
ing it. ing, Leiweke sees no reason why Seattle won’t and you treat people right and you live your
This improbable Capitals run that contin-
“Well, to tell you the truth, I guess someone have a chance to be a contender from the start. life right, then I'm going to think really
ues with Game 1 of the Cup Final on
could interpret it that way that there’s all of a “I won’t be foolish enough to say we’re going Monday in Las Vegas is not luck. It's parts highly of you. If you don't, I'm not going to
sudden this unusual pressure on us but in fact all to make it to the Stanley Cup (Final) in our first Ovechkin and goaltender Braden Holtby, think so much of you. And I started getting
they’re doing is helping us,” Leiweke said. year but I believe that we can absolutely build a and also the right moves by Trotz. He called that clarity that everybody looks for the
“They’re showing us how successful this league team that is long-term competitive here,” on Philipp Grubauer to start the first round wrong in people rather than the right and it
could be, the brilliance of the game, they’re Leiweke said. “So when we think about this we in goal before switching to Holtby in Game gave me a lot of clarity. And some things
showing us what happens when a team comes don’t say look, we’re resetting a goal and our 2 against Columbus and watching him get happened in my life that allowed me to see
together and plays inspired hockey. We don’t at goal is to make the Stanley Cup in year one. But on a roll. He put Jakub Vrana on the top line that and it's been good."
all see it as anything other than just a great our goal is to replicate a good part of what not long before the rookie scored the win- Happy, relaxed Trotz has made more
thing for the National Hockey League. Those they’ve done by building an incredibly compet- ner in Game 5 against the Penguins and appearances in these playoffs than but-
that come before us will set the table for us. itive program where those players are proud to pushed all the right buttons on rest and toned-down, terse Trotz. He hasn't soured
pull on that sweater.” amid the road bumps this postseason.
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Rockets vow to battle without injured Paul


By Kristie Rieken Eric Gordon, the star of dwell on the absence of their nine-time All- games — both Houston wins — to allow the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Game 5, will start in Star. Rockets to come back from a 2-1 deficit.
Paul’s place Saturday “We don’t want to come and be pouting Gordon has played a big role. On Thursday
HOUSTON — The Houston Rockets will be night. He started 30 around,” he said. “We want to keep our same night, he came off the bench to score 24
without star guard Chris Paul for Game 6 games this season while swagger, our same positive energy. We try to points and made a steal in the final seconds to
because of a strained hamstring, a huge blow Paul and James Harden feed that off to him as well: ‘Be happy, be secure the victory.
for a team trying to close out the Golden dealt with injuries. ready; get this thing right, get this thing “Whoever is out, it’s almost like the next
State Warriors. “It will not change any- going and be back in no time.’” guy up, and everybody finds a way,” Gordon
Paul was injured in the fourth quarter of thing that we do or how Paul is in the conference finals for the first said. “We just collectively find a way to win.
Thursday night’s victory that gave the Chris Paul we do it,” D’Antoni said. time after failing to advance past the second It’s definitely going to be tough. But I still
Rockets a 3-2 lead in the Western Conference Paul’s right leg will be round in nine previous postseason trips. In think at the end of the day, we’re a tough team
finals. re-evaluated after the team returns to Houston his first season in Houston after a summer and we can still find ways to win.”
“I hate it for him, above all,” coach Mike following Game 6. On Friday, he was with trade from the Clippers, Paul has paired with D’Antoni wouldn’t speculate on Paul’s
D’Antoni said. “He’s practically won us the the team, laughing and joking with team- Harden to move the Rockets within one victo- availability if the Warriors force Game 7 on
last two games. But great opportunity for mates as they walked on the court for prac- ry of reaching the NBA Finals for the first time Monday night in Houston. But he said Paul
other guys and we have plenty to choose tice. since Houston won titles in 1994 and 1995. will travel with the team to Oakland for
from and we’ll be ready.” Harden said the Rockets don’t have time to He has totaled 47 points in the last two Saturday’s game.

with it and do the same games. But we can’t count think it could be a lot better. We watched film,

WARRIORS
Continued from page 11
thing we’ve been doing.
We want to take advantage
of it.”
on it. Injuries happen, and
you’ve just got to play
with whoever’s out there.
and honestly ... we didn’t play great defense
last night. Everybody will talk about how
good a defense we played, but we really don’t
While the Rockets will So we’re hoping he’s back, feel like that. So just keep working and trying
be down a starter, the and we’ll see what hap- to get better.”
Paul’s injury puts more pressure on him. Warriors could get one pens.” Kerr said the experience of his team, which
“Pressure for what? It’s Game 6 of the back if Andre Iguodala can Iguodala’s absence has is trying to reach the finals for the fourth
Western Conference finals,” he said. “There is return on Saturday. The been magnified in this straight year, will be valuable as the Warriors
pressure on everybody.”
James Harden Warriors have missed the Andre Iguodala series that has morphed try and climb out of this hole and force Game
While that may be true, the onus is on defensive presence of into a defensive slugfest 7. He referenced the conference finals in 2016
Harden to step up and deliver an MVP-caliber Iguodala who has missed the last two games instead of the high-scoring shootout that when they fell behind Oklahoma City 3-1
performance if the Rockets hope to close out with a bruised left knee. most expected when it began. The Rockets before winning the next three to take the
this series. Harden has had plenty of playoff Iguodala is listed on the injury report as take great pride in the fact that they’ve limit- series.
disappointments in the last few years and questionable for Game 6 and Kerr said he didn’t ed Golden State to less than 100 points in the “We’ve been here before,” Kerr said. “We’ve
embraces the chance to get Houston back into have an update on his condition on Friday. But last two games and think continuing to play faced elimination on the road before — this
the finals. he did address what it would mean to Golden great defense is the only way they’ll advance. team has — a few years ago. We faced series
“It’s an opportunity that a lot of people State if he’s healthy enough to go on Saturday. “It’s something we talked about building up deficits before. We’ve won all of those series.
never had and probably won’t ever have,” he “He’s a great player,” Kerr said. “He’s one of all year,” Houston’s P.J. Tucker said. “To see Our guys have the ultimate confidence that we
said. “It’s our job to go out there and have fun our keys, and we’ve missed him the last two our defense now be as good as it is, we still can get it done this time, too.”
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gold, with a 47.96. inches higher than the runner-up.

CCS
Continued from page 11
The Lady Bears also punched
their ticket to the state meet in the
4x400 relay, as Brooke Olesen,
Menlo’s lone boys’ representa-
tive at state will be Robert
Miranda, who finished third in the
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB
Hall, Latu and Lena Kalotihos 3,200 with a time of 9:09.51. Los Boston 34 16 .680 — Atlanta 29 19 .604 —
made the four-lap race in a time of New York 31 15 .674 1 Philadelphia 28 19 .596 1/2
three-one hundredths faster than Altos’ Owen MacKenzie took the Tampa Bay 23 25 .479 10 New York 25 21 .543 3
3:57.80. St. Francis took the title title with a 9:07.95. Toronto 23 27 .460 11 Washington 26 22 .542 3
Aniyah Augmon of Silver Creek, with a time of 3:57.17. Baltimore 16 34 .320 18 Miami 19 30 .388 10 1/2
who finished with a 12.19. Menlo-Atherton’s Nick
The Serra 4x400 relay team gave Anderson sped his way to the state Central Division
Eagles’ teammate, Maggie Hall, the Padres a third CCS champion Central Division
was fifth in a time of 12.33. meet with a second-place finish in Cleveland 24 24 .500 — Milwaukee 31 20 .608 —
as they posted a time of 3:18.72. the boys’ 110 hurdles, posting a Minnesota 21 24 .467 1 1/2 St. Louis 26 21 .553 3
M-A then staked its claim to the In the girls’ 800, Menlo Detroit 21 28 .429 3 1/2 Pittsburgh 27 22 .551 3
time of 14. 49, just ahead of Kansas City 17 33 .340 8
title of best sprint team in CCS School’s Charlotte Tompkinson, Chicago 25 21 .543 3 1/2
Lynbrook’s 14.74 and just behind Chicago 15 32 .319 8 1/2 Cincinnati 18 33 .353 13
when Hall captured the champi- only a sophomore, put herself on Los Gatos’ Masaki Wada-Law, who
onship in the 200 with a time of the map by winning the CCS title West Division West Division
won with a time of 14.14. Houston 33 18 .647 —
24.87, topping Augmon, who fin- in a time of 2:11.01, nearly a sec- Seattle 29 20 .592 3
Colorado 26 24 .520 —
ished in 24.97. Eagle was fourth ond faster than Mari Friedman of Serra’s Scott Fitzpatrick and Los Angeles 28 22 .560 4 1/2
Arizona 25 24 .510 1/2
Crystal Springs’ Nick Marsano Giants 24 26 .480 2
with a 25.52. Santa Cruz, who finished with a A’s 26 24 .520 6 1/2 Los Angeles 22 27 .449 3 1/2
In the boys’ 100, Woodside 2:11.90. each qualified for the state meet in Texas 20 32 .385 13 1/2 San Diego 21 30 .412 5 1/2
Priory’s Keyshawn Ashford fin- Another Knight, Alexandra the 400. Fitzpatrick came home in Saturday’s Games
a time of 49.18, good for second Saturday’s Games
ished second with a time of 10.92, Chan, punched her ticket to the Atl (Newcomb 5-1) at Boston (Pomeranz 1-2),10:05 a.m. Atl (Newcomb 5-1) at Boston (Pomeranz 1-2),10:05 a.m.
just behind Valley Christian’s state meet with a third-place finish place. Marsano was right behind Arizona (Buchholz 0-0) at A’s (Mengden 4-4),1:05 p.m. Arizona (Buchholz 0-0) at A’s (Mengden 4-4),1:05 p.m.
in third, with a time of 49.48. KC (Kennedy 1-5) at Texas (Colon 2-2), 1:05 p.m. St. Louis (Flaherty 1-1) at Pitt (Williams 5-2), 1:05 p.m.
Nikolas Trofort, who won the title in the 100 hurdles in a time of Toronto (Garcia 2-3) at Philly (Nola 6-2), 1:05 p.m. Toronto (Garcia 2-3) at Philly (Nola 6-2), 1:05 p.m.
with a 10. 90. Wilcox’s David 15. 29. Silver Creek’s Jazlynn Branham’s Adam Saleh grabbed Baltimore (Cashner 2-5) atTampa (Stanek 0-0),1:10 p.m. Mets (Vargas 1-3) at Milwaukee (Anderson 4-3),1:10 p.m.
Hernandez came in third with a Shearer blazed to the victory with gold with a time of 48.81. White Sox (Santiago 0-2) at Detroit (Liriano 3-1),1:10 p.m. Washington (Roark 2-4) at Miami (Chen 1-2),1:10 p.m.
Houston(McCullers6-2)atCleveland(Carrasco5-3),4:15p.m. Giants (Stratton 5-3) at Cubs (Quintana 5-3), 4:15 p.m.
time of 10.99 —  making it three a 13.94, the only sub-14 second Another Serra athlete, high L.A. Angels (TBD) at N.Y.Yankees (Gray 3-3), 4:15 p.m. Cincinnati(Mahle3-6)atColorado(Anderson3-1),6:10p.m.
runners to post sub-11 times. time in the finals. jumper Parker McDonald, had to Minnesota (Odorizzi 3-2) at Seattle (LeBlanc 0-0),7:10 p.m. SD (Lyles 1-1) at Dodgers (Wood 1-4), 7:10 p.m.
settle for silver in his signature Sunday’s Games Sunday’s Games
The M-A girls’ 4x100 relay Joining Tompkinson and Chan Atlanta at Boston, 10:05 a.m. Atlanta at Boston, 10:05 a.m.
clinched a spot in the state meet as at state is teammate Makayla event, clearing 6-4. Reece L.A. Angels at N.Y. Yankees, 10:05 a.m. Washington at Miami, 10:10 a.m.
well with a third-place finish. The Conley, who took third in the Stratford of Scotts Valley took the Baltimore at Tampa Bay, 10:10 a.m. St. Louis at Pittsburgh, 10:35 a.m.
title by clearing 6-6. Chicago White Sox at Detroit, 10:10 a.m. Toronto at Philadelphia, 10:35 a.m.
Bears had one of the fastest times girls’ high jump to qualify for Houston at Cleveland, 10:10 a.m. N.Y. Mets at Milwaukee, 11:10 a.m.
in the section this season, but the state. After clearing 5-0 in pre- In the boys’ 800, Carlmont’s Toronto at Philadelphia, 10:35 a.m. Cincinnati at Colorado, 12:10 p.m.
quartet of Autriyana Hardy, Eagle, lims, Conley got over the 5-2 Tanner Anderson advanced to the Kansas City at Texas, 12:05 p.m. Arizona at Oakland, 1:05 p.m.
Arizona at Oakland, 1:05 p.m. San Diego at L.A. Dodgers, 1:10 p.m.
Malia Latu and Hall failed to crack mark. She finished in a tie with state meet with a third-place finish Minnesota at Seattle, 1:10 p.m. San Francisco at Chicago Cubs, 5:08 p.m.
the 47-second mark, finishing three other girls. St. Ignatius’ in a time of 1:55.04. Westmont’s
with a 48.18, just behind Silver Delaney Peranich soared past the Jason Gomez captured the title
Creek’s 48.16. Monta Vista took competition, clearing 5-9, three with a time of 1:52.89.
NBA PLAYOFFS
CONFERENCE FINALS Eastern Conference
Western Conference Boston 3, Cleveland 3
TRANSACTIONS Houston 3, Warriors 2
Monday, May 14: Warriors 119, Houston 106
Sunday, May 13: Boston 108, Cleveland 83
Tuesday, May 15: Boston 107, Cleveland 94
BASEBALL of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment National League Wednesday, May 16: Houston 127, Warriors105
Sunday, May 20: Warriors 126, Houston 85 Saturday, May 19: Cleveland 116, Boston 86
Major League Baseball Program. Extended the administrative leave of ATLANTA BRAVES — Placed LHP Luiz Gohara on Monday, May 21: Cleveland 111, Boston 102
Toronto RHP Roberto Osuna through June 4. the bereavement list. Recalled RHP Matt Wisler from Tuesday, May 22: Houston 95, Warriors 92
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF BASEBALL Wednesday, May 23: Boston 96, Cleveland 83
— Suspended Los Angeles Angels minor league American League Gwinnett (IL). Thursday, May 24: Houston 98, Warriors 94
RHP Nathan Bates (Mobile-SL) 50 games following OAKLAND ATHLETICS —Traded RHP Wilmer Font COLORADO ROCKIES —Signed 3B Nelson Molina Saturday, May 26: Houston at Golden State, 6 p.m. Friday, May 25: Cleveland 109, Boston 99
a second positive test for a drug of abuse in violation to Tampa Bay Rays for RHP Peter Bayer to a minor league contract. x-Monday, May 28: Golden State at Houston, 6 p.m. x-Sunday, May 27: Cleveland at Boston, 5:30 p.m.

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deployed saying her son was missing in had been a prisoner of war for 16 months, more divided over time.
MEMORIAL
Continued from page 1
action, which was followed by another one
two or three weeks later saying he had
become a prisoner of war in Germany.
having been shot down in a bomber flying
over Germany in January of 1944.
She said their marriage some three weeks
“I think the whole world has changed,”
she said. “I know that during the time that I
was serving as ‘Rosie the Riveter’ and
Despite the deeply unsettling news, after his return ended her career as a “Rosie everybody was working for that war effort
Fordyce remembered feeling fortunate to the Riveter” worker, but it also marked the there was no division, we were all working
those who died in military service to their for the same thing.”
receive news about him, noting many at the beginning of their lives together. Though
country at the Golden Gate National
time never found out what happened to their neither of them had experience in growing Though Fordyce has never been to a
Cemetery Monday.
loved ones. She said more and more women orchids, a job Frank Fordyce landed at rare Memorial Day Observance at the Golden
Along with those gathered in observance started working at the machine shop until plant garden in Pasadena soon after their Gate National Cemetery before, she already
of Memorial Day, Fordyce will be remem- they represented some three-quarters of the wedding started a lifelong career in growing knew it would hold a lot of meaning for her
bering her late husband Staff Sgt. James workers, and though she hadn’t known any them. They moved to Northern California as people gather to remember what the
Franklin Fordyce, who was drafted into the of them before working there, the group when he found a job at a South San country’s flag represents. She said her late
U.S. Army Air Corps just a couple months became tight-knit. Francisco nursery, and moved to the East husband always wept when he heard “Taps”
after she started work at Douglas Aircraft. “We became just really close friends. It Bay some 10 years later to open their own played as memories of his service came to
Fordyce said the two were dating when he was like a family,” she said. ““I went to orchid nursery. mind.
was drafted and began training as a gunner work with red eyes and a tear-stained face … “There was always tears running down his
Despite the challenges of Fordyce’s
on the same planes she was working on in but I got all the love and sympathy and help face when he heard ‘Taps,’” she said. “And I
“Rosie the Riveter” years, she said she
Long Beach. I needed to get me through.” followed suit when he cried.”
will never forget them as a time when
Having grown up on neighboring farms Fordyce remembered the surge she and her everyone around her was working toward
in Ventura County, Fordyce and her then- family and friends felt in hearing news of the same goal: to end the war and get back The Golden Gate National Cemetery ’s
boyfriend had known each other since the Gen. George Patton’s success on the to their lives. She said the sacrifices she 77th annual Memorial Day Observ ance will
first-grade. She followed his deployment to European front, the liberation of prisoners and others made didn’t feel like sacrifices be 11 a.m. May 28 at 1300 Sneath Lane in
Europe at the end of 1943 closely, as well as and Germany’s eventual surrender in 1945. at the time, noting she’s seen the response San Bruno. The band concert begins at
a message his mother received after he was By the time Frank Fordyce was released, he to the country’s war efforts become much 10:30 a.m.

she can use as guideposts while digesting cover a dismembered body in San Mateo

SPELLING
Continued from page 1
potentially large and unusual words.
That method was successful in spelling
sesquicentennial during one of the earlier
MURDER
Continued from page 1
County 15 years before he himself faced a
similar and gruesome end. Coincidentally in
2002, Roybal and a former business associ-
rounds of qualifying, when she recognized ate discovered a missing woman’s body in a
root words sesqui and cent as Latin. Though Daly City storage locker they purchased.
self with measured enthusiasm. she’d never heard the term, she used her tion, suggesting Stubblefield may have In March, Stubblefield pleaded no contest
“It’s pretty nerve-racking because there power of intuition to spell the rest of the wanted to prevent the body from being iden- to second-degree murder in the case, leaving
will be so many spellers there. But at the word defined as a 150th anniversary, mark- tified, prosecutors said. no need for a trial that could have revealed
same time, I’m super excited,” she said. ing what she considers one of her most chal- He cut up Roybal’s body and tried to dis- more details on the crime and motive He
Borel Middle School Principal Kenyetta lenging competition successes yet. pose of it with chemicals, but San Bruno entered the plea to second-degree murder
Cook expressed the school’s support for Exposure to other languages is also a use- police discovered his remains in various with an enhancement for use of a firearm in
Campos in an email. ful mechanism Campos tried to broaden her containers at Stubblefield’s home overlook- exchange for a sentence of 40-years-to-life
“Leilani is a student that works hard, foundation for taking apart words into frag- ing a Skyline College parking lot on April in state prison, according to the District
applies herself and goes after what she ments more easily spelled during competi- 6, after following up on a report of Roybal Attorney’s Office.
wants. We are very proud of Leilani and her tions. being missing, prosecutors said. Defense attorney Dek Ketchum did not
accomplishments and wish her the best of “I’m also studying more patterns in differ- The victim, who was known on the stor- immediately respond to a request for com-
luck this weekend in D.C.,” said Cook. ent languages like French, Latin and Greek age wars circuit, was the last person to dis- ment.
Campos reached the ultimate spelling and that has been pretty helpful,” she said.
test after progressing through her school’s She finds completing crossword puzzles
competition to the regional finals hosted and studying to classical music to be fruitful
in Berkeley. And while she did not win the as well, capping a process she considers rel-
second event, judges selected her to con- atively enjoyable.
tinue through a new feature allowing cer- “I don’t really see it as work because I feel
tain participants to be picked for advance- like I enjoy learning all these words.
ment. Sometimes I do have to take a break because
Since the decision, Campos said she has it does get kind of stressful,” she said. “But
been studying diligently — marking a for the most part, it is pretty fun.”
departure from her initial approach. In the bright lights on the big stage, will
While Campos said she prepared little for the enjoyment continue? Campos is opti-
her school event, she is regularly spending mistic. She is also an experienced musical
a few hours a night reading SAT prep books, theater actress, which could help stave off
materials provided by the event host and some of the stage fright.
working online to bulk up her language “I’m used to performing in front of peo-
skills. ple, so it probably won’t be as scary as I
A key to her success, said Campos, is think it will be right now,” she said.
knowing Greek and Latin root words, which Should she prove able to push through the
she uses to break down the complex terms potentially tense times and let her training
often put before her in competitions. The do its work, the outcome could be beautiful
process helps her identify familiar patterns — or pulchritudinous.
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Tommy Chong
Icon reflects
on pot’s evolution
as he turns 80
SEE PAGE 20

Author unravels
a new view of
Cinderella story
By Lincee Ray
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Have you ever considered the beloved


fairy tale of Cinderella from the perspective
of the evil stepmother? What if she wasn’t
wicked at all, but a loving woman who cared
deeply for all of her children? Danielle
Teller’s debut novel, “All the Ever Afters:
The Untold Story of Cinderella’s
Stepmother,” answers this question with a
fascinating reimagining of the original
tale.
B e f o r e
Agnes was an
“evil” step-
mother, she
was a laundry
‘Ibiza,’ scripted by Lauryn Kahn and directed by Alex Richanbach, has a loose, natural rhythm that easily surpasses its cliche framework. girl and a
h o us e m a i d.

‘Ibiza’ a summer comedy, Agnes


strong, inde-
pendent and a
hard worker,
but that does-
n’t stop her
is

you can stream at home


from being
seduced by a
young man
who has no
intention of marrying her once it’s evident
that she’s pregnant.
By Jake Coyle excellent Michaela Watkins) dispatches her But “Ibiza,” scripted by Lauryn Kahn and Agnes is asked to leave her housemaid job
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to Barcelona on a business trip to land a directed by Alex Richanbach (both Funny and finds sanctuary in a nearby village.
Sangria client for their public relations Or Die veterans and disciples of “Ibiza” pro- Even though her “traveling husband” is
company. ducer Adam McKay and Will Ferrell) has a barely around, she eventually makes a home
So long a staple of the moviegoing expe-
rience, the summer comedy has fallen on Harper’s two best friends, Nikki (Bayer) loose, natural rhythm that easily surpasses for him and their two daughters. Her deter-
hard times. There are hardly any on this sea- and Leah (Phoebe Robinson of “2 Dope its cliche framework. mination to survive pushes her forward in
And unlike some of its forerunners,
son’s release schedule, and one of the more Queens”) insist on coming along. When the “Ibiza” doesn’t feel like it’s stretching to life.
promising candidates — “Ibiza,” starring normally reticent Harper pursues a DJ love stitch together a few memorable set pieces. When tragedy strikes on all fronts, Agnes
the terrific Gillian Jacobs and the former interest (Richard Madden, a.k.a. Robb Stark It works best when the three are just in a is forced to send the girls to school while
“Saturday Night Live” cast member Vanessa on “Game of Thrones”), their European trip hotel room or the back seat of a cab because she takes a job as a nursemaid to the infant
Bayer — isn’t playing in theaters but is takes an impromptu detour to Spain’s night- the chemistry between the trio is earnestly daughter of the manor’s Lord and Lady. The
streaming on Netflix. club destination. child’s name is Elfida. Everyone calls her
winning. Ella.
In most ways, “Ibiza” doesn’t differ great- The outline of “Ibiza” isn’t promising. A Jacobs has by now become an expert in Agnes develops a sweet bond with Ella
ly from the late-arriving post- movie geared around a hot Ibiza DJ sounds sarcastic, wounded, resilient characters, and
and treats the young girl as her own. She
“Bridesmaids” ilk of raunchy female-led like a straight-to-video Zac Efron movie. she holds “Ibiza” together just as surely as
raises Ella to be kind, gentle and full of
road trip comedies. Jacobs (“Love, ” And finding true love in the EDM-blaring she does an episode of “Love, ” also a
compassion. Sadly, after Ella’s mother sud-
“Community”) plays an angst-ridden, sin- clubs of Ibiza is probably about as likely as Netflix title. As ludicrous as it sounds, her
gle New Yorker named Harper whose discovering the meaning of life on spring
intensely cruel, germaphobe boss (the break at Lake Havasu. See IBIZA, Page 22 See BOOK, Page 22

‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ a


hit from Broadway to Kiev
By Ronald Blum that song, ” the 75-year-old Marsden
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS recalled last week. “So I went back and told
my buddies we’re doing a ballad called
Gerry Marsden walked into Liverpool’s ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone.’“
ODEON cinema for a Laurel and Hardy film. Manager Brian Epstein and producer
It was raining when he started to leave, so George Martin — the management team of
he decided to stay for the second part of the both the Beatles and of Marsden’s Gerry and
double feature and watch the comedy duo one the Pacemakers — were skeptical. But when
more time. the cover version was released in October
And with that, a part of soccer history was 1963, it became the band’s third No. 1 hit
born. on the British singles chart. And then it was
Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Carousel” adopted by the Kop — the one-deck stand
was the other movie, and Marsden perked up behind one of the goals at Anfield contain-
during the second half. ing Liverpool’s most fervid supporters.
“I thought what a beautiful song. I’m
going to tell my band we’re going to play See WALK, Page 22 Liverpool fans sing ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone.’
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Tommy Chong, at
80, reflects onthe
evolution of pot
By John Rogers you’ll find yourself munching
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS away like crazy,” the elder Chong
says as he holds up a jar contain-
LOS ANGELES — Yeah man, ing a dozen or so choice green
Tommy Chong says he always buds.
knew he’d live to see the day mar- “Oh, and we have chocolates
ijuana legalization would be too,” he says, reaching for a pack-
sweeping America. age of candies that vaguely resem-
He knew when he and partner ble Tootsie Rolls.
Cheech Marin pioneered stoner Not that he was ever a heavy pot
comedy 50 years ago, a time when user, Chong says, just a consis-
taunting the establishment with tent connoisseur.
constant reminders that they did- “When I was 17, a jazz musician
n’t just play hippie potheads in gave me a Lenny Bruce record and
the movies — they really were a joint at the same time, and it
those guys — could have landed changed my life,” he recalls. “I
them in prison. He even knew in quit school I think a week later and
2003 when Chong was impris- went on the road and became a More than just a stoner comedian,Tommy Chong’s been a passionate marijuana advocate for decades. He used
oned for nine months for conspir- blues musician and eventually a cannabis during a bout with prostate cancer 10 years ago and more recently during treatment and recovery from
ing to distribute handcrafted arti- comedian, and the rest, as they colorectal cancer.
sanal bongs the government say, is history.” obtain a green card, and the two Chinese, although he’s equally Turning to films, they wrote and
declared drug paraphernalia. His group Bobby Taylor and the headed to fame and fortune in Los proud of his Scotch, Irish and starred in a half-dozen, beginning
“Oh yeah, I saw it coming,” he Vancouvers was signed to Angeles. Native American ancestry from his with 1978’s “Up in Smoke.”
says of cannabis being legal in Motown, and Chong co-wrote the On a recent early morning, mother’s side. Married for more After the breakup, they would
some form in about two-thirds of band’s only hit, “Does Your Mama Chong answers the door for a than 40 years to his wife, Shelby, try periodically to reunite. Those
his adopted country’s 50 states. Know About Me,” a smooth R&B photo shoot at his longtime home he’s a family man with six grown
tune that rose to No. 29 on the efforts generally ended in angry,
“In fact, I kind of planned the in the hills overlooking L.A.’s children, three grandchildren and a insult-laden exchanges until 10
whole thing out,” he jokes. “Well, Billboard Hot 100 in 1968. wealthy Brentwood section, arriv- great-granddaughter.
When no other hits followed, years ago when Paris Chong inter-
maybe I was a little premature with ing in gray jeans, sandals and a More than just a stoner comedi-
Motown dropped the group, and vened.
that bong thing. But other than black T-shirt advertising the name an, he’s been a passionate mari-
that, I was pretty much right on the Canadian-born Chong returned Finding an email on his father’s
of a Colorado cannabis dispensary juana advocate for decades. He used computer from Marin asking if he
point.” to Vancouver, British Columbia, he recently visited. He offers to cannabis during a bout with wanted to try again to put aside
So much so that when the High where he ran a pair of strip clubs change into another shirt for the prostate cancer 10 years ago and differences, the son didn’t bother
Priest of Stoner Comedy turned 80 with his brother. There he crossed photos before deciding to stick
paths with Richard Marin, a more recently during treatment to tell the father. He simply wrote
on Thursday — that’s right, 80 — with the original.
Mexican-American art student and recovery from colorectal can- yes and hit reply.
he expected his Chong’s Choice “Don’t want to ruin my image,”
from Los Angeles eight years his cer. “And then I told my dad, and
brand of marijuana, available in he concludes with a smile.
legal dispensaries in several junior, who asked to join the He finds it ironic that if the U.S. they were really happy, ” he
As a photographer sets up, government hadn’t outlawed mari-
states, will be consumed in abun- house band. The pair began warm- Chong polishes off a breakfast of recalls, chuckling. “Sometimes
dance at the parties his family is ing up audiences with stoner juana in the early 20th century, he you’ve just got to get out of your
oatmeal topped with sliced and Marin might never have had a
planning. jokes, and a comedy team was banana. In recent years, he’s own way.”
“Tommy likes to say he tests born. become a vegetarian, although he comedy career. “There’s a bond now that will
every single batch. Which obvi- After some discussion of what to backslides. Before the pair’s bitter 1980s always be there no matter what
ously he does. And he really call themselves — Chong says “Especially if you put a plate of breakup, Cheech and Chong domi- happens,” says Chong, who in
enjoys it,” his son Paris Chong “Richard and Tommy” and “Chong dim sum in front of me. Of course, nated comedy for 15 years. They casual conversation sounds little
says with a laugh. and Marin” were quickly rejected that’s my cultural heritage.” released five Grammy-nominated, like his stoner-dude alter-ego.
“For this one, make sure that — they settled on Cheech, Chong, whose father emigrated best-selling albums between 1971 And “yeah,” he says, answering
whatever you have to eat around Marin’s nickname, and Chong. By from China before World War II, and 1976, winning the 1973 the obvious question, “we still
the house is healthy because then, Motown had helped Chong mostly identifies culturally as Grammy for “Los Cochinos. ” toke up.”

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‘Arrested Development’ stars


stand by co-star Jeffrey Tambor
By Nicole Evatt “I’ll say what I’ve said before,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I’ve said my piece. I stand by it. I
support him as a friend and a per-
LOS ANGELES — The creator son. I don’t condone any of those,
and executive producer of “Arrested that kind of behavior, but I support
Development” acknowledges that my friend,” Cross said on the red
some people will not like his deci- carpet.
sion to keep Jeffrey Tambor on the “Love Jeffrey!” said Portia de
show after allegations of sexual Rossi. “I’ve always loved Jeffrey
misconduct surfaced last October. and we support him and adore him
“Good people will find this and, yeah, he’s terrific.”
offensive,” explained Mitchell When asked about Tambor
Hurwitz. “I, too, get worked up remaining in season five, Jessica
when I hear about Harvey Walter, who plays his wife, simply
Weinstein and other people who said, “The family is the family.
have taken advantage of people. You can’t cut anybody out nor
But I also believe very strongly would we ever want to. It is what it
that we don’t want to live in a is.”
world where accusations ruin peo- For Alia Shawkat, who has
ple’s lives. We have tried that as a known Tambor for many years and
human race and it doesn’t always, supports the women of the
doesn’t work out great, you know? #MeToo movement, the situation
So accusations are very different is not cut and dry.
than proof and, you know, we “Well, it’s a very complicated
obviously are going to support issue, obviously. I’m very close to
people that haven’t done, that The ‘Arrested Development’ cast unanimously supported Jeffrey Tambor at the Los Angeles premiere for the cult Jeffrey and I care about him a lot. I
haven’t been proved guilty.” comedy’s new season. just don’t think it has to complete-
Hurwitz said production was I’d like to list, a lot of really bad “We are a family and it’s great to on his way into the screening. ly be so one way or the other. It’s a
nearly wrapped on season five qualities I’d like to list for you have everybody in the family “My experience with Jeffrey has complicated time, but I’m hoping
when news broke of the allega- now, but nowhere in there, in my here,” said co-star Will Arnett. been nothing but respectful,” that as this revolution progresses
tions made by Tambor’s former experience, is any kind of creep,” Tambor denies the misconduct echoed Tony Hale. “And he is such that we get more involved in the
assistant and an actress on his said Hurwitz. claims that led to his firing on a funny man. He’s so talented and specifics of things and, you know,
other show, “Transparent.” The “Arrested Development” Amazon’s “Transparent” earlier he’s an integral part of the show I support him being on the show,
“Not only do I support him as a cast unanimously supported the this year. His “Arrested and just my experience has been but I also support the voices of the
friend, but I’ve known him for 20 73-year-old actor at the Los Development” co-stars said they nothing but respectful. I was not, I victims at the same time,” she
years. I’ve worked with him for 20 Angeles premiere Thursday for the could only speak to their own don’t have information on that explained.
years and I’ve never seen any cult comedy’s new season. The experiences with the Emmy-win- other. ... But like, if I’m speaking Tambor has denied the harass-
behavior like that described. I’ve event also marked one of the first ning actor. from my perspective, it’s been ment claims and said he was “pro-
never, even in private, he’s never public appearances for Tambor in “All I know about is ‘Arrested nothing but respectful.” foundly disappointed” in how
been in any way inappropriate recent months. Tambor posed for Development’ and he’s always just Actor-comedian David Cross was Amazon handled the matter.
about, we don’t talk about women photos with his wife, Kasia been incredible with us and I’m one of the first “Arrested The fifth season of Netflix’s
or objectify. It’s just not who he Ostlun, but didn’t do interviews really looking forward to seeing Development” stars to speak out “Arrested Development” streams
is, and he’s got a lot of things that with the press. him tonight,” Jason Bateman said publicly in support of Tambor. May 29 on Netflix.

Scenes cut from ‘Show Dogs’ over resemblance to sexual abuse


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS go to his “zen place” when he “During the movie, I kept think- appropriate for children.” said one of the scenes was her
objects to having his testicles ing, ‘This is wrong, it doesn’t The statement added: “We apolo- favorite part of the movie.
LOS ANGELES — Two scenes touched by a show judge. need to be in a kids movie,” wrote
are being cut from the family gize to anybody who feels the The National Center on Sexual
In another scene, the dog is blogger Terina Maldonado. original version of ‘Show Dogs’ Exploitation had also objected to
movie “Show Dogs” after com- “Everything else in the movie is
plaints that they resemble real- urged to overcome his resistance sent an inappropriate message. the scenes, and urged that they be
to being touched to become a good fun except for this.”’ The revised version of the film cut.
life sexual abuse, the movie’s dis-
tributor has announced. champion. Distributor Global Road will be available for viewing The film starring Will Arnett and
In the movie, a police dog goes Parenting bloggers first raised Entertainment said in a statement nationwide starting this week- the voice of Ludacris was released
undercover at a dog show to catch objections to the scenes, which Wednesday it “decided to remove end.” last weekend and was the No. 6
animal smugglers. they said resemble tactics used by two scenes from the film ‘Show Maldonado said she was espe- film at the box office after earning
In one scene, the dog is told to abusers. Dogs’ that some have deemed not cially disturbed that her daughter $6 million.

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“You’ll Never Walk Alone” was the sub- Hammerstein, “Carousel” opened at the 22,000 of them, is singing ‘You’ll Never

WALK
Continued from page 19
ject of a German documentary by director
Andre Schaefer last year. Kent Roger
Solheim, a Liverpool fan in Sandefjord,
Majestic Theatre on April 19, 1945, after
tryouts in New Haven, Connecticut, and a
short run in Boston. Christine Johnson
Walk Alone.’ And I thought, wow! And that
became the song for Liverpool.”
The song remained on top for the home
Norway, named his daughter, who was born sang cousin Nettie Fowler, the spa owner match against Fulham on Nov. 16, but the
on New Year’s Day, YNWA Sofie, according who consoles the pregnant Julie Jordan fans kept singing it even after it was dis-
The famous tune will be sung Saturday to reports in British media. with “You’ll Never Walk Alone” after the placed at No. 1 by the Beatles “She Loves
by 16, 000-plus Liverpool fans at “It’s a global phenomenon wherever we suicide of Julie’s abusive husband, carousel You” for the Burnley match on Nov. 30.
Olympic Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine, before play, whether it’s Australia or England,” barker Billy Bigelow. The 1956 film adap- Marsden got to speak to Liverpool manag-
the Champions League final against Real said John Henry, principal owner of tation by director Henry King starred er Bill Shankly about the song at “The Ed
Madrid, most holding banners with the Liverpool and the Boston Red Sox. “My Claramae Turner as Nettie. Sullivan Show” in New York the following
song’s title. And it will be sung that after- mother was a big fan of Rodgers and “When I sing it out of context, it’s an May 10.
noon and evening at Broadway’s Imperial Hammerstein, used to play their works on a anthem, it’s a spectacular anthem that peo- “He said, ‘Gerry my son, I’ve given you
Theatre by soprano Renee Fleming, nom- piano when I was a boy. I remember being ple know and love,” Fleming said. “In con- a football team. You’ve given us a song,”’
inated for a Tony Award for her perform- moved by the lyrics. It’s a powerful combi- text, it’s a reaction to this extraordinary Marsden recalled.
ance in this season’s revival of the musi- nation of lyrics and music.” and shocking tragedy.” The song title is atop the Shankly Gates,
cal. The anthem’s genealogy goes back to Marsden’s version most likely played at dedicated outside the Anfield Road stand on
“It’s just one of those pieces, like Budapest, Hungary, and the 1909 premiere Anfield for the first time on Oct. 19, 1963, Aug. 26, 1982, and moved in a 2016 rede-
‘Amazing Grace, ’ like Leonard Cohen’s of Ferenc Molnar’s “Liliom.” The play before a 1-0 win over West Bromwich velopment to the entrance of the
‘Hallelujah, ’ that’s universal, ” Fleming opened on Broadway in 1921, and a 1944 Albion. The top 10 hits of the week were Centenary Stand car park. It was added to
said. “It’s about resilience, and it’s about revival starred Ingrid Bergman, Burgess played in reverse order before kickoff, and the Liverpool club crest in 1992-93, and
hope ultimately. Despite whatever travails Meredith and Elia Kazan. Molnar turned “You’ll Never Walk Alone” was No. 7. By supporters of Scotland’s Celtic and
we have, we have to keep going.” down offers from Giacomo Puccini and Kurt the time the Reds returned to play Leicester Germany’s Borussia Dortmund also have
Cover versions also have been recorded Weill to buy the rights but reached a deal on Nov. 2, it had risen to the top of the adopted it.
by Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Aretha with Richard Rodgers and Oscar charts and was the last tune before kickoff. Fleming sang “You’ll Never Walk Alone”
Franklin, Judy Garland, Ray Charles, Hammerstein II, whose “Oklahoma!” trans- “I thought, oh, that’s lovely there,” said during the 2002 Concert for America at the
Alicia Keys, Johnny Cash, Louis formed musical theater in 1943. Marsden, who attended every Liverpool Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., to
Armstrong, Olivia Newton-John and The pair shifted the action from Hungary home match back then. “The next time I mark the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist
Barbra Streisand. Pink Floyd included the to coastal Maine, and with music by went to the match two weeks later, they did attacks and at the 2009 Obama Inaugural
crowd singing it in “Fearless.” Rodgers and a book and lyric by it again. And by then the Kop, the whole Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial.

standout ensemble performer, but “Ibiza”

BOOK
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IBIZA
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makes a good argument that Bayer can do
more. Whether sunburnt bright red on the
Spanish beach or recounting her post-
”SNL” Sunday routine, Bayer excels at the
comedy of being herself.
denly dies, her father checks out from life when Agnes suggests that Ella isn’t grate- budding romance with Madden’s famous DJ If “Ibiza,” a sweet and silly romantic com-
and Agnes is left running the household, as ful for all her father has given their family. comes across as quite genuine; they believ- edy, was on the big screen, it might have
well as raising the Lord’s daughter. It only As punishment, Agnes makes her do laun- ably fall in love at first sight, brought pushed itself toward bigger gags. But the
makes sense for the two to eventually dry for an entire day. Soon after, rumors together by that evergreen valentine: a crude smaller scale works well in a genre that
marry. begin to swirl that Agnes forces Ella to drawing unknowingly stenciled across increasingly feels like a gross-out scene
Agnes doesn’t want to be a spinster. The live in the attic and do the cleaning for the Harper’s face. arms race. Here, Bayer does plenty with a
Lord doesn’t want to raise a young girl on entire manor. What’s worse is that Agnes And while the genial Robinson is also a simple hotel bed that she excitedly jumps
his own. With Ella already attached to has refused to let Ella go to the king’s ball. key part of the group, “Ibiza” most belongs on, not realizing it’s two fulls pushed
Agnes, the union seems logical. “All the Ever Afters” provides a unique to Bayer. In her largest movie role yet, the together.
After they marry, Agnes brings her view of Ella’s circumstances and how the former “SNL”er (she departed last year after “Ibiza,” a Netflix release, is unrated by the
daughters back to live at the manor. Ella is young girl was far from perfect. Readers seven seasons) plays the Melissa Motion Picture Association of America but
threatened by the unique bond between will feel empathy for Agnes, consider var- McCarthy-esque role of hapless sidekick, its language and nudity content would quali-
Agnes and her other daughters. She broods ious misunderstandings and think twice but with a more subtle and shy comic energy fy for an “R’’ rating. Running time: 94 min-
in the attic, befriends rodents and whines before labeling her as wicked. to her physical comedy. She’s always been a utes. Two and a half stars out of four.

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When Def Leppard and Journey tour together, expect the hits
By Mark Kennedy the time, we weren’t really sure if this is just
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a fad,” says Elliott. “We, as a band, wanted
then to go through the entire catalog and
NEW YORK — Def Leppard and Journey master everything properly for streaming
have hit the road together for a 60-show and download, which had never been done.”
tour, but they promise there won’t be any While both bands are enjoying renewed
squabbles over which band headlines each attention to its music via the internet,
night. Elliott and Schon remain wary of what both
“If it’s 60 shows, it’s 30 each. Simple as call “the Wild West,” a place where they say
that,” says Joe Elliott, lead singer of Def their songs are streamed a trillion times and
Leppard. “You know, it’s pretty logical the they get just $50.
way it’s going to work.” “With the internet, that’s proof in itself
The two bands will take turns closing out that it doesn’t sell tickets. What sells tick-
shows in 58 cities, including concerts at ets is longevity and that you’ve been per-
iconic venues such as Boston’s Fenway sistent, and you go every year, ” says
Park, Chicago’s Wrigley Field, The Forum Schon. “You go away too long, they’re
in Los Angeles and New York’s Madison going to forget about you. Someone’s
Square Garden, an arena where Def Leppard going to take your place.”
will play its first-ever full concert. Both men are quick to dismiss the notion
It will be the second time the two bands that rock is dead (Elliott points to the Foo
have toured together. Def Leppard and Fighters, who are “just killing it in stadi-
Journey first teamed up in 2006, and both Def Leppard and Journey will take turns closing out shows in 58 cities, including concerts at ums worldwide”). But they do worry about
bands remember those days. iconic venues such as Boston’s Fenway Park, Chicago’s Wrigley Field,The Forum in Los Angeles younger bands following in their footsteps.
Neal Schon, a founding member and lead and New York’s Madison Square Garden, an arena where Def Leppard will play its first-ever full “It is odd that bands that have been around
guitarist of Journey, says it was a “no- concert. for 30, 40 years or whatever can tour
brainer” to get the bands together. Ages.’ They are the songs that have put us tour. You know, it’s wild,” says Elliott. “We together and we can still do really well. And
“Musically I think that we match up amaz- in stadiums. So why would you abandon survived basically because the audience we do much better than the newer bands
ingly well.” Elliott agrees: “It was such a them now?” stuck with us.” coming up,” says Elliott.
great tour, and I don’t think either of us has Both bands — representing the United Def Leppard is touring fresh from becom- “I’ve yet to see a band break through from
ever forgotten how brilliant it was.” States and the United Kingdom in a trans- ing one of the last multi-platinum selling where we started and go the same route we
While both bands have continued to make Atlantic rock hug — have weathered line-up acts to have its music made available on did and maintain it. Will we be talking
new music, expect the tour to focus on the changes and the massive shifts in the music streaming and download sites. In January, about Greta Van Fleet and The Strokes in the
hits. Def Leppard won’t leave the stage industry since the 1970s, riding the wave Spotify, iTunes, Amazon and other digital year 2060? I really hope so but that’s some-
without “Pour Some Sugar on Me” and from vinyl to MP3s, surviving Napster, the music platforms made the band’s catalog thing to be proven down the road.”
“Rock of Ages.” Journey won’t take its bow rise and decline of MTV, and now fully available — and it immediately charted in Speaking of the road, they’re still dis-
without offering “Don’t Stop Believin’” enjoying the pop-culture embrace of all America and the U.K. cussing the possibility of a Def Leppard-
and “Who’s Crying Now.” things from the 1980s. What took so long? Journey onstage jam session, with mem-
“It’s not a curse to have a hit,” says “We used to tour to promote a record and “Our record deal lapsed in 2009 and we bers of both bands belting out a song or two
Elliott. “I want to do our hits. I want to do now I think we put a record out to promote weren’t in any great rush to do it because, at together. They even joke they may write a
‘Sugar’ and ‘Photograph’ and ‘Rock of new one.

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ithout in any way intend- help but stare. War I, and also of the horses who SATURDAY, MAY 26 Foster City’s cityFEST carnival
ing to trivialize, it’s Beautiful dogs in worked and fought beside them. World Author Visit with Hoang Chi opening. 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Leo Ryan
Truong. 10:30 a.m. to noon. Belmont Park, East Hillsdale and Shell boule-
important to take a a row, each War I saw birds outfitted with cameras Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, vards. All-day carnival tickets avail-
moment this Memorial Day weekend intently focused to take images behind enemy lines, Belmont. Author of TigerFish. For able for $30 at the event. For more
more information call 591-8286. information call 573-7600.
— days set aside to pay tribute to on her or his offi- and even glowworms kept in jars
those who’ve lost their lives in cer in uniform, allowed soldiers in those dark trench- Guitar Session. Noon to 1 p.m. Grand The San Mateo County Pride
the officers all es to read maps and mail from home. Avenue Library, 306 Walnut Ave., Center’s First Birthday. 5 p.m. to 8
defense of our nation — to reflect on South San Francisco. Free. For more p.m. San Mateo County Pride Center,
the animals who serve and who have watching their Some 20,000 dogs served the U.S. information call 877-8530. 1021 S. El Camino Real, San Mateo. For
died alongside them. I am reminded of grieving partner Army, Coast Guard and Marine Corps more information call 591-0133.
Craftshop: Simple Slippers. 4 p.m.
a funeral I attended for a police dog who struggled to during World War II. Along with the to 5:45 p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 Library CuriOdyssey First Friday Family
killed in action (Not wishing to con- hold back his thousands serving today, the U.S. Ave., Millbrae. Materials provided. Night. 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. CuriOdyssey,
Sign up online. For more information 1651 Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo.
flate the two, the separate holiday tears, many of military also relies on honeybees call 697-7607. Admission is $9.50 to $12.50. Swing
Peace Officers Memorial Day has been the officers’ fingertips just barely trained to smell explosives, dolphins into the weekend with music, science,
embracing the face of their dogs. The to hunt for underwater mines, mules Dance Night with DJ Blake Merkes. food and fun. For more information
celebrated every May 15 since 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Odd Fellows call 342-7755.
President Kennedy signed the bill extraordinary relationships so many for resupplying forward Marines. Like Lodge Half Moon Bay, 526 Main St.,
back in 1962).  of us enjoy with our dogs were, here, it, hate it, or both, animals are vital Half Moon Bay. For more information The Peelers Band: Top 40s Cover
call 219-3522. B and/Mashup. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The dog was shot tackling an armed evident at a fundamental level wherein to our nation’s defense. Remember Courthouse Square, 2200 Broadway,
assailant; his training, bravery and both quite literally depend on the them Monday.  ‘Three Days of Rain.’ 8 p.m. Dragon Redwood City. Free. For more infor-
Productions Theatre Co., 2120 mation call 780-7311.
sacrifice allowed officers to subdue the other to survive. So, too, of course Broadway, Redwood City. General
dog’s killer, bringing a dangerous must it be with the dogs and other ani- admission is $35. Student admission Storytelling Class: Tell your own
mals who serve in the military. is $27. For more information call 298- story. 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Midpen
criminal to justice. I was a guest at the Ken White is the president of the 9165. Media Center, 900 San Antonio Road,
ceremony, and stunned by the solem- Flanders Fields are filled with the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA. Palo Alto. For more information call
nity and grace of the scene I could not bodies of fallen soldiers from World MONDAY, MAY 28 494-8686.
‘Fight for 52 cents.’ 7:30 p.m. Dragon
Productions Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Mark Eanes at Sanchez Art Center.
Redwood City. Solo performance 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sanchez Art Center,
San Bruno Police Chief Ed

GOMEZ
about the life of Vincent Raymond 1220 Linda Mar Blvd., Pacifica. Three
Dunne. Cost $5 to $20. For more infor- new exhibits. For more information
Barbarini expressed his gratitude for mation contact tickets@dragonpro- call 355-1894.
Gomez and the support provided by ductions.net.
agencies outside of San Bruno, where First Friday Art Series: Jenny and
Continued from page 1 ‘Fight for 52 cents.’ 7:30 p.m. Dragon Nancy Ahn. Burlingame Library, 480
the shooting occurred. Productions Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Primrose Road, Burlingame.
“It’s a stressful situation, there was Redwood City. Solo performance Interactive activity. For more informa-
profusely from gunshot wounds to a lot happening and for him to be about the life of Vincent Raymond tion call 558-7400.
Dunne. Cost $5 to $20. For more infor-
the chest and back, dressed the able to do that so quickly while we mation contact tickets@dragonpro- ‘Three Days of Rain.’ 8 p.m. Dragon
wounds and provided aid before the addressed other urgent needs was ductions.net. Productions Theatre Co., 2120
Broadway, Redwood City. General
medics arrived. invaluable, ” Barbarini said. “We TUESDAY, MAY 29 admission is $35. Student admission
The man also suffered a punctured pride ourselves as a county for work- Gentle Yoga. 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. is $27. For more information call 298-
lung. New Leaf Community Market, 150 9165.
ing together well and this was anoth- San Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. Cost
Fortunately, Gomez was carrying a er example of that.” is $10. For more information call 726- SATURDAY, JUNE 2
particularly stocked first-aid kit Gomez has been an officer with the 3110. Foster City’s cityFEST. 10 a.m. to 11
p.m. Leo Ryan Park, East Hillsdale and
meant for significant injuries that he Pacifica Police Department for five Film Screening: ‘Milk.’ 6 p.m. to 8:10 Shell boulevards. Music, pop-up per-
purchased with his own money, and years. He grew up in Belmont and p.m. Menlo Park Main Library, 800 formances and entertainment
Alma St., Menlo Park. A drama starring through the weekend. All-day carni-
had previously taken medical courses attended Ralston Middle School and Sean Penn. For more information call val tickets available for $30 at the
on his own volition that prepared Gomez not stopped the sucking chest event. For more information call 573-
wound and placed the dressings the Carlmont High School. 330-2501.
7600.
him for the moment. “I appreciate the recognition from
“I wouldn’t have been able to do way he did the victim definitely Learn to Play Bridge this Summer.
would’ve died,” said Pacifica Police everybody but I honestly don’t feel 6:30 p.m. to 8: 30 p.m. San Mateo Bonsai Show and Sale. 10 a.m. to 4
what I did if I hadn’t purchased that like a hero, I just did my job,” he Senior Center, 2645 Alameda de las p.m. San Mateo Garden Center, 605
kit and taken extra medical courses,” Chief Dan Steidle. “We’re very proud Pulgas, San Mateo. Early registration Parkside Way, San Mateo. For more
of him.” said. “I did save a life and it’s some- is encouraged. Registration is information call 483-7462.
he said. “I probably wouldn’t have thing that will stick with me for the required. $125 for residents, $153 for
known what to do.” Steidle said the Departmental Life non-residents. For more information Plan Your Summer Reading List. 10
Saving Medal has been awarded to rest of my career.” call 522-7409. a.m. South San Francisco Main
All three victims survived the Barbarini said awards for officers in Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South
attack by 39-year-old Nasim Aghdam, three officers since he became chief Author Panel with Elaine Castillo, San Francisco. Try out the library’s
in 2015. the San Bruno department who Kirstin Chen and Shobha Rao. 7 new mobile app and learn how to
who shot herself after wounding the responded to the YouTube shooting p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Burlingame Library, personalize your library account. For
YouTube employees. “It’s a pretty special thing when it 480 Primrose Road, Burlingame. For more information call 829-3860.
does occur,” he said. will be announced next week and pre- more information call 588-7400.
“We were told by medics that had sented at a ceremony June 12. Saturday Morning Yarn. 10:30 a.m.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 30 South San Francisco Main Library, 840
San Mateo Professional Alliance W. Orange Ave., South San Francisco.
Network ing Lunch. Noon to 1 p.m. Experienced staff will help teach the
“Everybody’s case is important to can be assigned to specific cases, such

JUDGE Central Park Bistro, 181 E. Fourth Ave., basics of knitting and crocheting. For
them,” he said. “It can be a $500 case as those involving senior citizens or San Mateo. Free admission, lunch more information call 829-3860.
ordered off the menu. For more infor-
it can be a $500 million case, it does- defendants that choose not to waive mation contact mike@mikefoor.com. A Visit with Ty Cobb. 11 a.m. to noon.
n’t matter. That person’s case is impor- their right to a speedy trial, Buchwald Menlo Park City Council Chambers,
Continued from page 3 Study the World’s Great Religious 701 Laurel St., Menlo Park. A perform-
tant to them.” said he does his best to move cases Traditions. 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Hope ance by Norm Coleman about base-
Having managed calendars for sever- along and hold conferences with pros- Evangelical Lutheran Church, 600 W. ball legend Ty Cobb. For more infor-
get through some of those cases,” he al case types, Buchwald acknowledged ecutors and defense attorneys at the 42nd Ave., San Mateo. For more infor- mation call 330-2501.
said. “I think I can provide some mation call 349-0100.
continuances of court cases are a reali- end of each trial day to determine what Taste of Pacifica. Noon to 3 p.m.
healthy fresh air and energy and ty judges face, but said judges and court they expect to cover in the next court Toastmasters Public Speak ing and Pacifica Moose Lodge, 776 Bradford
insight to look into those issues.” Leadership Sk ills Development. Way, Pacifica. Cost is $45. For more
officials must weigh several factors day. Noon to 1 p.m. BKF Engineers, 255 information call 355-4122.
Buchwald said he tries to give the when determining the schedule for a “There are a lot of things that an Shoreline Drive, Suite 200, Redwood
same level of attention to each of the Shores. Join us in a friendly and sup- Marcela’s Village and Gallery
given case. Noting cases can be individual judge doesn’t have control portive atmosphere while learning to Opening. Noon to 6 p.m. Marcela’s
cases assigned to him, whether they’re assigned to a judge after they’ve been over that dictate how long has a case improve your communication and Village Gallery, 883 Santa Cruz Ave.,
big or small, to ensure everyone in his in motion for months in another been around,” he said. “It’s not any- leadership skills. For more informa- Menlo Park. For more information call
262-4367.
courtroom is treated fairly. judge’s courtroom and that priorities thing that a new judge can solve.”
tion call (202) 390-7555.

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110 employment 203 Public notices 203 Public notices tundra tundra tundra
oRDeR to sHoW CaUse foR
CHanGe of name notICe of PUBLIC
neWsPaPeR InteRns CASE# 18CIV02035
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, HeaRInG
JoURnaLIsm COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
The Daily Journal is looking for in- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
terns to do entry level reporting, re- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
search, updates of our ongoing fea- PETITION OF EN that on Monday, June
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- Anayansi Acosta Gamboa
so welcome. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
4, 2018 at 7:00 p.m., (or as
Petitioner: Anayansi Acosta Gamboa soon thereafter as the mat-
We expect a commitment of four to
eight hours a week for at least four
filed a petition with this court for a decree ter is heard) in the Millbrae
changing name as follows:
months. The internship is unpaid, but Present Name: City Council Chambers,
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- Anayansi Elizabeth Acosta Gamboa 621 Magnolia Ave., Mill-
terns have progressed in time into Proposed Name:
paid correspondents and full-time re- Anayansi Van Der Berg brae, CA, the Millbrae
porters. Planning Commission will
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons conduct a public hearing on
College students or recent graduates interested in this matter shall appear be-
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper fore this court at the hearing indicated the following matters:
experience is preferred but not neces- below to show cause, if any, why the pe- over the Hedge over the Hedge over the Hedge
sarily required. tition for change of name should not be
granted. Any person objecting to the 797 santa maRGaRIta:
Please send a cover letter describing name changes described above must file DISCRETIONARY USE
your interest in newspapers, a resume a written objection that includes the rea-
and three recent clips. Before you ap- sons for the objection at least two court
PERMIT to allow a wireless
ply, you should familiarize yourself days before the matter is scheduled to telecommunications facility
with our publication. Our Web site:
www.smdailyjournal.com.
be heard and must appear at the hearing and related equipment for
to show cause why the petition should
not be granted. If no written objection is commercial purposes on
Send your information via e-mail to timely filed, the court may grant the peti- private property within the
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- petition shall be held on 06/12/18 at 9
public right of way in the
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, Open Space (O) Zoning
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this District. (Public Hearing)
Order to Show Cause shall be published
at least once each week for four succes- (Reconsideration of denial
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- from April 2, 2018 Planning
ing on the petition in the following news-
127 elderly Care paper of general circulation: Commission Hearing)
San Mateo Daily Journal
Filed: 4/27/2018 427 anIta DRIVe: DIS-
famILY ResoURCe /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
CRETIONARY USE PER- 203 Public notices 203 Public notices 203 Public notices
Judge of the Superior Court
GUIDe Dated: 4/25/2018 MIT to allow a wireless tel-
The San Mateo Daily Journal’s fICtItIoUs BUsIness name fICtItIoUs BUsIness name oRDeR to sHoW CaUse foR
(Published 5/5/18, 5/12/18, 5/19/18,
twice-a-week resource guide for 5/26/18) ecommunications facility statement #277551 statement #277833 CHanGe of name
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business CASE# 18CIV01813
children and families. and related equipment for as: 1)Broken Record Music 2)Broken as: Standard Electric, 665 Cordilleras SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
every tuesday & Weekend commercial purposes on Horn Studios, 175 South Blvd., SAN MA- Ave, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Regis- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
private property within the TEO, CA 94404. Registered Owner: Wil- tered Owner: Standard Electric LLC, CA. 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
Look for it in today’s paper to liam Mandell, 339 Buttercup Ct., Sono- The business is conducted by a Limited REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
find information on family oRDeR to sHoW CaUse foR public right of way in the ma, CA Broken Record Music94542. Liability Company. The registrant com- PETITION OF
resources in the local area, CHanGe of name Single-Family Residential The business is conducted by an Individ- menced to transact business under the Dietmar Volker Gabby
CASE# 18CIV02109 FBN on N/A.
including childcare. SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
(R-1) Zoning District. (Pub- ual. The registrant commenced to trans-
/s/Brian Kenyon/
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
act business under the FBN on 3/1/2018. Petitioner: Dietmar Volker Gabby filed a
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, lic Hearing) (Reconsidera- /s/William Mandell/ This statement was filed with the Asses- petition with this court for a decree
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, tion of denial from April 2, This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 5/24/18. (Published changing name as follows:
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/26/18, Present Name: Dietmar Volker Gabby
203 Public notices PETITION OF 2018 Planning Commission sor-County Clerk on 4/30/18. (Published
6/2/18, 6/9/18, 6/16/18).
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/5/18, Proposed Name: Julius Dietmar
Sebastian Hossein Reza Oghlidos Hearing) 5/12/18, 5/19/18, 5/26/18).
fICtItIoUs BUsIness name TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
statement #277571 Petitioner: Sebastian Hossein Reza Ogh- fICtItIoUs BUsIness name interested in this matter shall appear be-
The following person is doing business lidos filed a petition with this court for a 826 BRooKsIDe Lane: statement #277817
fICtItIoUs BUsIness name fore this court at the hearing indicated
as: Accounting Solutions, 436 Studio Cir- decree changing name as follows: DISCRETIONARY USE statement #277595
The following person is doing business
below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
cle, Apt # 3, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Present Name: as: California River Quest, 1440 Castillo
Registered Owner: Mohammed Ashif Sebastian Hossein Reza Oghlidos PERMIT to allow a wireless The following person is doing business Avenue, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Reg- tition for change of name should not be
Proposed Name: Sebastian Oghlidos telecommunications facility as: MomWifeLadyLife, 4215 Alameda De istered Owner: Emily Matthews, same granted. Any person objecting to the
Khan, same address. The business is name changes described above must file
Las Pulgas, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. address. The business is conducted by
conducted by an Individual. The regis-
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
and related equipment for Registered Owner: Tatiyana B. Akers, an Individual. The registrant com- a written objection that includes the rea-
trant commenced to transact business
under the FBN on NA. interested in this matter shall appear be- commercial purposes on same address. The business is conduct- menced to transact business under the sons for the objection at least two court
fore this court at the hearing indicated private property within the ed by an Individual. The registrant com- FBN on . days before the matter is scheduled to
/s/Mohammed Ashif Khan/ be heard and must appear at the hearing
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- menced to transact business under the /s/Emily Matthews/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
tition for change of name should not be public right of way in the FBN on N/A. This statement was filed with the Asses- to show cause why the petition should
sor-County Clerk on 5/1/18. (Published in
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/5/18,
granted. Any person objecting to the Single-Family Residential /s/Tatiyana B. Akers/ sor-County Clerk on 5/24/18. (Published not be granted. If no written objection is
name changes described above must file This statement was filed with the Asses- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/26/18, timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
5/12/18, 5/19/18, 5/26/18). a written objection that includes the rea- (R-1) Zoning District. (Pub- sor-County Clerk on 5/2/18. (Published in 6/2/18, 6/9/18, 6/16/18). tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
sons for the objection at least two court lic Hearing) (Reconsidera- the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/12/18, petition shall be held on 06/26/18 at 9
days before the matter is scheduled to tion of denial from April 2, 5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18). a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
fICtItIoUs BUsIness name be heard and must appear at the hearing fICtItIoUs BUsIness name Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
statement #277623 to show cause why the petition should 2018 Planning Commission statement #277728 Order to Show Cause shall be published
The following person is doing business not be granted. If no written objection is Hearing) fICtItIoUs BUsIness name The following person is doing business at least once each week for four succes-
as: Redwood Therapeutic Services, 1060 timely filed, the court may grant the peti- statement #277382 as: Walker Property Evaluation Services, sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
El Camino Real Suite H, REDWOOD tion without a hearing. A hearing on the The following person is doing business 3001 Sneath Lane, SAN BRUNO, CA ing on the petition in the following news-
CITY, CA 94063. Registered Owners: petition shall be held on 06/13/18 at 9 448 BaYVIeW aVenUe: as: Scarfesia USA, 1919 Alameda De 94066. Registered Owners: Roland J. paper of general circulation:
1)Christina Lansdown, 318 Poplar Ave., a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, DISCRETIONARY USE Las Pulgas #135, SAN MATEO, CA Walker and Machelle M. Walker, same
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this San Mateo Daily Journal
Redwood City, CA 94061 2)Jo Lans- 94403. Registered Owner: Michelle M. address. The business is conducted by Filed: 5/14/2018
down, same address 3)Stephanie Kauf- Order to Show Cause shall be published PERMIT to allow a wireless Kwok, same address. The business is a Married Couple. The registrant com- /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
man, 221 N. El Camino Real #O, San at least once each week for four succes-
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
telecommunications facility conducted by an Individual. The regis- menced to transact business under the Judge of the Superior Court
Mateo, CA 94401 4)Celina Castellanos, and related equipment for trant commenced to transact business FBN on 6/1/2003. Dated: 5/11/2018
ing on the petition in the following news- /s/Roland J. Walker/
512 3rd Ave., San Bruno, CA 94066. under the FBN on N/A. (Published 5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18,
The business is conducted by an Unin-
paper of general circulation: commercial purposes on /s/Michelle M. Kwok/ This statement was filed with the Asses-
6/9/18)
San Mateo Daily Journal
corporated Association other than a Part- Filed: 5/1/2018 private property within the This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 5/15/18. (Published
nership. The registrant commenced to in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/26/18,
transact business under the FBN on NA.
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ public right of way in the sor-County Clerk on 4/12/18. (Published 6/2/18, 6/9/18, 6/16/18).
Judge of the Superior Court Single-Family Residential in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/12/18,
/s/Christina Lansdown/ Dated: 4/30/2018 5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18).
This statement was filed with the Asses- (Published 5/12/18, 5/19/18, 5/26/18, (R-1) Zoning District. (Pub- oRDeR to sHoW CaUse foR oRDeR to sHoW CaUse foR
sor-County Clerk on 5/4/18. (Published in 6/2/18) lic Hearing) (Reconsidera- CHanGe of name
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/5/18, CHanGe of name
fICtItIoUs BUsIness name CASE# 18CIV02367
5/12/18, 5/19/18, 5/26/18). tion of denial from April 2, statement #277626 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
CASE# 18-CIV-02480
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
2018 Planning Commission The following person is doing business COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
Hearing) as: Carey, 405 Victory Avenue, Suite K, 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
At the time of the hearing, Registered Owner: Squire Limousine, PETITION OF PETITION OF
all interested persons are Inc. Which Will Do Business in California Joaquim Trias Puig-Sureda Evan Lee Goldinger
The San Bruno Planning Commission will meet Tuesday, June invited to appear and be As Squire Limousine Service, DE. The TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
5, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. at the Senior Center, 1555 Crystal business is conducted by a Corporation. Petitioner: Joaquim Trias Puig-Sureda Petitioner: Evan Lee Goldinger filed a pe-
heard. If you challenge the The registrant commenced to transact filed a petition with this court for a decree tition with this court for a decree chang-
Springs Road, San Bruno, CA to take action on the following decision of the City in business under the FBN on N/A. changing name as follows: ing name as follows:
item. All interested persons are invited to attend. /s/Diane M. Ennist/ Present Name:
court, you may be limited to This statement was filed with the Asses- Joaquim Trias Puig-Sureda
Present Name: Evan Lee Goldinger
raising only those issues Proposed Name: Roderick Evan DeBold
sor-County Clerk on 5/4/18. (Published in Proposed Name: Joaquim Trias
aPn 019-043-490. Request adoption of a Resolution confirm- you or someone else the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/12/18,
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
raised at the public hearing 5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18).
ing review for conformance with the San Bruno General Plan interested in this matter shall appear be- interested in this matter shall appear be-
described in this notice, or fore this court at the hearing indicated
the disposition (sale) of properties located at 500 Acacia Ave- fore this court at the hearing indicated
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
in written correspondence fICtItIoUs BUsIness name
nue (APN: 020-253-050), 2500 Cottonwood Drive (APN: 017- statement #277625 tition for change of name should not be tition for change of name should not be
190-210), and 201 Balboa Way (APN: 020-351-430) owned by delivered to the Planning The following person is doing business granted. Any person objecting to the granted. Any person objecting to the
Commission at, or prior to, as: Carey, 405 Victory Avenue, Suite K, name changes described above must file name changes described above must file
the San Bruno Park School District, pursuant to Education SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. a written objection that includes the rea- a written objection that includes the rea-
Code Section 17464 et sec. Recommended Environmental De- the public hearing. For fur- Registered Owner: Carey Limousine sons for the objection at least two court sons for the objection at least two court
termination: Not a Project ther information or to re- S.F., Inc., DE. The business is conduct- days before the matter is scheduled to days before the matter is scheduled to
be heard and must appear at the hearing be heard and must appear at the hearing
view the materials regard- ed by a Corporation. The registrant com-
to show cause why the petition should to show cause why the petition should
ing these matters, please menced to transact business under the
not be granted. If no written objection is not be granted. If no written objection is
Capital Improvement Program Budget. Request adoption of contact the Millbrae Com-
FBN on N/A.
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
/s/Diane M. Ennist/
a Resolution confirming review of the 2018-2023 Five-Year munity Development De- This statement was filed with the Asses- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
petition shall be held on 06/26/18 at 9 petition shall be held on 07/05/18 at 9
Capital Improvement Program and Fiscal Year 2018-19 Capital partment 621 Magnolia sor-County Clerk on 5/4/18. (Published in
a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/12/18,
Improvement Program Budget and its conformance with the Avenue, Millbrae at (650) 5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18). Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
Order to Show Cause shall be published Order to Show Cause shall be published
San Bruno General Plan, pursuant to California Government 259-2341. at least once each week for four succes- at least once each week for four succes-
Code Section 65401. Recommended Environmental Determi- If anyone wishes to appeal fICtItIoUs BUsIness name sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
ing on the petition in the following news-
nation: Not a Project any final action taken, statement #277587
paper of general circulation:
ing on the petition in the following news-
paper of general circulation:
he/she may do so by con- The following person is doing business
San Mateo Daily Journal San Mateo Daily Journal
as: MSA EDU, 630 N. San Mateo Drive, Filed: 5/14/2018
Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, May 26, 2018. tacting the City Clerk at SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Registered /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
Filed: 5/21/2018
(650) 259-2333, to obtain Owner: The Foundation of the Mainte- /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
Judge of the Superior Court Judge of the Superior Court
the appropriate form and nance Superintendents Association, Inc., Dated: 5/11/2018
CA. The business is conducted by a Dated: 5/18/2018
pay the corresponding fee. (Published 5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18, (Published 5/26/18, 6/2/18, 6/9/18,
Corporation. The registrant commenced 6/9/18)
A completed form must be to transact business under the FBN on 6/16/18)
N/A.
submitted before the end of /s/Tsutomu Imamura/

LeGaL notICes the appeal period stated at


the conclusion of the hear-
ing.
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 5/1/18. (Published in
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/12/18,
5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18).
statement of aBanDonment of
tHe Use of a fICtItIoUs BUsIness
name statement 224175
Name of the person abandoning the use
statement of aBanDonment of
tHe Use of a fICtItIoUs BUsIness
name statement m-266387
Fictitious Business Name Statements, 5/26/18 of the Fictitious Business Name: Michelle Name of the person abandoning the use
of the Fictitious Business Name: SEI Ac-
fICtItIoUs BUsIness name Gaggero-Chamorro. Name of Business:
Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, Cns-3136744# statement #277750 J and B Delivery Service. Date of origi- quisition LLC. Name of Business: Asso-
san mateo DaILY The following person is doing business ciated of Los Angeles. Date of original
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, JoURnaL as: Legarza Sports, 1027 Bransten Rd,
nal filing: December 17, 2007. Address
of Principal Place of Business: 250 In- filing: August 11, 2015. Address of Prin-
cipal Place of Business: 230 Ryan Way,
Notice of Public Sales and More. SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered
Owner: LBC Camps LLC, CA. The busi-
dustrial Way, BRISBANE, CA 94005.
Registrant: Michelle Gaggero-Chamorro, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080.
ness is conducted by a Limited Liability 978 Brusco Way #4, SOUTH SAN Registrant: SEI Acquisition LLC, CA. The
Company. The registrants commenced FRANCISCO, CA 94080. The business business was conducted by a Limited Li-
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. to transact business under their FBN on was conducted by an Individual. ability Company.
1-15-15. /s/Michelle Gaggero-Chamorro/ /s/Bryan J. Wolfgram/
/s/David Warner/ This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
County on 4/27/18. County on 4/26/18.
Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com sor-County Clerk on 5/17/2018. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18, 6/9/18). nal, 5/5/18, 5/12/18, 5/19/18, 5/26/18). nal, 5/5/18, 5/12/18, 5/19/18, 5/26/18).
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28 Weekend • May 26-28, 2018


210 lost & found 300 toys 304 furniture 311 Musical instruments 318 sports equipment Garage sales
fOuNd-STAMP COLLECTION in San 100 thiNGs for little children to do on a sOlid wOOd Entertainment Center- 1929 aNtique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- GuthY-reNKer POwer Rider,Ever-
Bruno Please Contact San Bruno Police trip. 4"X6" cards with instructions. Used. TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
(650)616-7100 FREE (650)595-3933 Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
(650)742-6776. erciser $20 (510)770-1976
GaraGe sales
lOst Cat. Black and White. Black
patch on right eye. REWARD.
larGe stuffed ANIMALS - $3 each
Great for Kids (650) 952-3500
(925)482-5742 ChrOMatiC harMONiCa: Horner
The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
health rider. Exercise machine. Ex-
cellent condition. $95. San Bruno.
estate sales
Call (323) 439-7713. three iNCh egg crate foam twin bed (650)278-5776. (650)794-0839
OriGiNal aMeriCaN Girl Doll - Molly, mattress for sound sleep, perfect condi- Make money, make room!
complete with clothing, accessories, and tion, $20, 650-595-3933 healthrider (OriGiNal 90's equip-
books books $50. (650)515-1931. ePiPhONe les Paul 100th ment). Good condition. $25 (650) 387- List your upcoming
twiN bed frame-black wrought iron Anniversary Custom Electric Guitar. 8121
JaMes PattersON hardback books.
2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861
star wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341 Mint. $600.00 650 421 5469 garage sale,
$20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 MeN's rOssiGNOl Skis. $95.00,
twiN bed, mattress, box spring, frame feNder MustaNG I guitar amplifier good condition, (650)341-0282. moving sale,
NiChOlas sParKs hardback books.
2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861
302 antiques $ 50. (650)598-9804. 70 watts 8-guitar settings.with cover.
$80. (650)421-5469 ONe dOzeN Official League Diamond estate sale,
qualitY bOOKs used and rare. World 100 Y/O family heirloom, hand sewn,
used bedrOOM Furniture, FREE. Call
(650)573-7381.
Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger
(650)771-6324.
yard sale,
feNder MustaNG ll guitar amplifier
& US History and classic American nov- hexagon pieced quilt. 8ft. sq. $99.
(650)556-9708 wall uNit/rOOM Divider. Simple 110 watts 8-guitar settings, with cover. rummage sale,
els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 PriNCe teNNis 2 section nylon black
lines. Breaks down for transportation. $130.00 (650)421-5469
Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket- clearance sale, or
$25.(650)712-9962 leave message
the halO Forerunner saga. 3 books.
Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587
MahOGaNY aNtique Secretary desk,
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev-
fOr sale: Epiphone Les Paul Cus- $55.(650)341-8342 whatever sale you
tom Prophecy Electric Guitar. Mint.
V.lOGViNOV, uNusual Journey to the
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. walNut Chest, small (4 drawer with
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 $625.00. (650)421-5469. tOtal GYM XLS, excellent condition. have...
Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus-
sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695 303 electronics white wiCKer Armoire, asking $100, huGe ludwiG Drum Set Silver Sparkle (650)588-0828
Reach over 83,450 readers
great condition, text for picture (650)571- & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
aNtares dOllars Bill Changer ma- Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $4,300 tOuredGe reaCtiON ii uniflex sys- from South San Francisco
0947
295 art chines never used for small bus. $95 (650)369-8013. tem 8 irons 3-9 and pitch irons
to Palo Alto.
(650)992-4544. wOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x new $75. Call May (650)349-0430
brushed fiNish, 15" X 20" frame 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 PiaNO-1955 baldwiN Acrosonic 36” in your local newspaper.
holds 18 various size photos. Never High, Free for anyone to pick-up treadMill-hOrizON liKe New, limit-
blauPuNKt aM/fM/Cd Radio and Re- ed use, Paid $750-Asking $450 OBO
used. $20. 650-369-2486. ceiver with Detachable Face asking 306 housewares (650)295-9121.
(650)508-8662 Call (650)344-5200
$100. (650)593-4490 uPriGht PiaNO. In tune. Fair condi-
296 appliances COMPlete set OF CHINA - Windsor tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886. ViNtaGe Nash Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
KiNdle fire 8 in. Case and Charger Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
air CONditiONer 10000 BTU w/re- incl. 64 gig $40 Jeff (650)208-5758 20-pieces in original box, never used. ViNtaGe liNGerie Washboard circa 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG $250 per box (3 boxes available). 1920’s The Zinc King #703. Suitable for
MOtOrOla braVO MB 520 (android
brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
0898 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD (650)342-5630 strumming $50 (650)369-2486 wOMaN’s sKi Boots, Nordica, size 8 379 Open houses
$30 (650)592-2047.
card Belmont (650)595-8855 YaMaha aCOustiC Guitar, model
CrYstal (leaded glass) lamp $30.
air CONditiONer, Portable, 14,000 Can send picture. (650)464-7860 FG830 electric. $400.00 (650)421-5469 YaMaha rOOf RACK, 58 inches $75.
ONKYO aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital (650)458-3255
BTU, Commercial Cool model
CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces-
Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 GrilliNG wOK stir fry. high quality zilJiaN CYMbals with stands, 21” OPeN hOuse
ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99
sories plus remote included.
20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $245 OBO. PaNasONiC-39” led TV,
steel. Brand new $27 contact 650 592-
2648 (916)826-5964
340 Camera & Photo equip. listiNGs
(650)345-1835 Slightly Used, Ex. Condition, $250.00. NiKON 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
(650)238-7961. JulisKa haNd-Crafted 6 7/16" 312 Pets & animals lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044 List your Open House
COffee MaKer $15.00 white, Kitchen plates. 2 bxs, of 4 ea. NEW $15.00 in the Daily Journal.
Gourmet, makes up to 12 cups (650)533- saMsuNG flat TV 20" ex.co.incl. (650)344-4756 airliNe Carrier for cats, pur. from OMeGa b600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
0907 VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
KitCheN Craft Cutter with five differ- larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
Reach over 83,450
(505)228-1480 local.
COleMaN lxe Roadtrip Grill - tOshiba 48” 1080 HD,w/remote, Very ent cones, brand new, 5 different knives. potential home buyers &
Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 Sharp $99, (650)737-9334. $35 contact 650-592-2648 ViVitar V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and renters a day,
ONe KeNNel Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
(650)918-9847 original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
laCe tableClOth. 84" x 64". Like mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. from South San Francisco
eleCtriC stOVe From Sears 304 furniture new and lovely. Rarely used. $35. San (650)593-2066 (650)583-6636
to Palo Alto.
Excellent Condition $225 Bruno. (650)794-0839 in your local newspaper.
Please Call (650)244-9267 2 walNut 3-drawer nitestands. Tops ParrOt CaGe, Steel, Large - approx 345 Medical equipment
need work but very good cond. $20/ea siNK dOuble cast iron. Good condi- 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
hOtPOiNt heaVY Duty Dryer excellent (650)952-3466. tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 offer. (650)245-4084 adJustable bath shower transfer Call (650)344-5200
working condition Burlingame $50 Call bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976
Pet Carrier for small dog or cat in ex-
Dan (408)656-0958 aNtique diNiNG table for six people
with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
308 tools cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349- driVe 3-iN-1 commode with seat,buck-
MaYtaG washer excellent working 6059 et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
aNtique MOhaGaNY Bookcase. Four aNtique irON Hand Drills. 3 available
condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron Pet taxi Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux
(510)770-1976 440 apartments
(408)656-0958 Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for driVe deluxe two button walker $10 belMONt: LARGE 1BR, 2BR & 3BR
arMChair GOOd condition $55. CraftsMaN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" $25. Call (650)349-6059.
MfG h20labs Model 300 exc cond (510)770-1976 Apts. Prime Locations, Quiet Buildings.
(650)266-3184 dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. Clean & Updated units. No Smoking, No
rOOM heater Electric 1320 Watts, Ar- bedstead siNGle, poster style, box shOPsMith MarK V 50th Anniversary 316 Clothes hOMediCs dual Shiatsu Massage
Cushion. 3 Zone. $45.00. (650)207-4162 Pets, No Housing Vouchers. $2,100 &
spring, mattress available. $40.00. most attachments. $1,500/OBO. up. Call (650)593-8254.
vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5. (650)504-0585 5 bOxes male & female square dance
(650)952-3500 (650)593-7408 MedliNe exCel K1 Wheelchair fold-
clothing. Excellent Condition. As a down back 18” desk length elevating leg 470 rooms
beiGe sOfa $99. Excellent Condition ViNtaGe CraftsMaN Jig Saw. Circa bunch $200 Maryann (650)574-4439. rests $50 (510)770-1976
sewiNG MaChiNe-rOYal XL 6000 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. (650) 315-2319
beautiful silVer clutch evening hiP hOusiNG
(650)342-8436. buNK beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 ViNtaGe shOPsMith and baNd bag. Never used. $20 (650)794-0839 Garage sales Non-Profit Home Sharing Program
years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or saw, good shape. $300/obo. Call San Mateo County
shOwtiMe rOtisserie used once B/O (650)685-2494 (650)342-6993 bOx Of used men's Levi's and misc.
$90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave (650)348-6660
jeans $99.00 or best offer fair condition
message. COMMOde, GOOd condition. $20 obo.
Please call (650)745-6309
(650)589-0764 GaraGe
uNitaP staNdard centerset bath-
room chrome faucet, complete, $10,
(650)595-3933
COMPuter desK (glass) & chair. Like 309 Office equipment dawGs braNd Kaymann black and
white snake print loafers size 7 (9.3”) $25 sale 515 Office space
new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or (650)369-2486
laPtOP Case or bag. Black. Like new.
VaCuuM CleaNer (reconditioned)
gtecher@comcast.net
Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564. 5/26-5/28 -Virtual OffiCes-
faux fur Coat Woman's brown multi
$20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 COMPuter desK For sale $99 color in excellent condition 3/4 8:30am-4:30pm $59 - $150
westerN washbOard Sales made
(650)520-4650 310 Misc. for sale length $50 (650)692-8012
New kitchen utensils, *Business Internet *Phone Answering
of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C. COMPuter swiVel CHAIR. Padded *Conference Rooms *Offices
500-600 biG Band-era 78's--most mint, GeNuiNe ladies Mink Fur Jacket,
$75. phone 650-369-2486. Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 $50.00 Call: (650)368-0748. cookware, video games, *Complete IT Services * Mail
whirlPOOl washer DRYER, GE desK, Gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. GOlf shOes, FootJoy, black & white
CDs, DVDs (650) 373-2000
bessY sMall Evening Hand Bag With
Refrigerator all working and in good con-
dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240.
(650)458-3578 Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 saddle, 91/2, good condition, $5; Much More! bay area executive Offices
(650)591-9769 www.bayareaoffices.com
bifOld shutters 2x28”x79 $10.00 2009 Clarice lane
whirlPOOl-drYer Gas Coin Oper- diNiNG table (36"x54") and 4 match- (650)544-5306 KaYaNO MeN’s Running shoes size 11
ated Laundry $99.00 (650)948-4895 or ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for good condition $20 (650)520-7045 burlingame 94010
(650)302-2456 $250 .(650)-654-1930. Cash reGister Parts; Much Skin Not (Cross street Marco Polo)
297 bicycles dresser 4-drawer in Belmont for
$75. Good condition; good for children.
Call (650)678-8585
Guts $500 (415)269-4784
COrKs fOr wine bottles. New, never
used. 5 bundles of 100 each. $50.00.
ladies ClOthiNG, some w/tags.
$99.00 (650)589-0764.
ladies sequiN dress, blue, size XL,
law
adult biKes 1 regular and 2 with bal-
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356

bMx MONGOOse Outer Limit Bike,


dresser w/MirrOr & chest, mid-
century, blond/tan. Both for $99. Night-
(650)593-7408
COstCO PlaY Pen with travel bag.
Used once $35 (650)591-2981
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
MeN's stetsON hat, size large, new,
rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
warehOuse OffiCe
looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933
stands also available. SSF. (650)392-
4841
druM -déCOr ONLY Brass cylinder &
(650) 578-9208 sale 1220 Howard Ave.
Child’s sChwiNN biCYCle, blue in
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. eNtertaiNMeNt CeNter for $50.
Good shape, blonde, about 5' high.
fittings, wood frame. Has age. $25.00
(650)344-4756
MiNK stOle - Excellent condition. Was
rarely worn. $50. San Bruno. (650)794- Gently Used Burlingame
Girl's 24" Schwinn bicycle. Good con-
dition. $25 (650) 387-8121
(650)726-4102
liONel ChristMas Holiday expan-
0839
Furniture $850.00 a month
sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
New 12" girls bike w/ training wheels
free wOOdeN Bed frame, good condi-
tion pictures available (650)322-9598
New with tags Wool or cotton Men's
pullover sweaters (XL) $15/each
And Accessories (including Parking)
liONel westerN Union Pass car and (650)952-3466
$75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave email tmckay1@sbcglobal.net
mes
free wOOdeN Cabinet 73"Wide,
dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
lOrex 14” B&W Surveillance System
tuxedO size 40, black, including white From Staging (650)401-8080
298 Collectibles 16"Deep and 29"Wide. Built with 2X6
Lumber. Art at (415)467-7353 Brisbane.
Model SG14S1042C-A $75 (415)407-
shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
Company Norman harris
2360 RWC loction. wilsON leather Lady Jacket. Small,
80’s tOPs Complete Factory Set All
Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474.
Glider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- luGGaGe, red, 21" NEW Samsonite
like new. $45. (808)863-1136. May 26, 27, 28
lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. Spinner,$50.00. (650)729-3000 wilsON leather, burgundy lady jack-
et, Small, like new $45 (808)863-1136
10am to 4pm
a-teaM fiGuriNes Plus Jeep $20 iKea dresser, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
Each Day 620 automobiles
(650)591-9769 San Carlos 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. MaKes 6"x6" potholders, frame and
loops included. FREE. 650-595-3933
318 sports equipment 1986 MerCedez 420 SEL 4-dr Black
COlleCtable MeMOrabillia from iKea table, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. Call Eddie ForAccess Code 103k miles $5,000-Don (415)309-3892
the Bay Meadow. 9 items at $10 each. $ 30. (650)598-9804. MeiliNK safe-fire Proof, 15 sf Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds,
650-346-9262 for inquiries. at the Gate www.elso.store
50”x31”X31”, 2200lbs $1200 Jeff Kent, JT Snow. 6' x 2.5' Unused. $4
lOVe Chair, velour, tan. $45.
www.elso.store (415)309-3892 each. $35 all. (650)588-1946 San Bruno
GiNNY dOll 8" Carhop, uniform &
apron,cap, skates & tray. Original
(808)631-1365. (415)314-1186 1994 Mitsubishi 3000 GT- VR4 Twin
Turbo Perfect Cont. Asking $30,000
box.$15. (650)712-1070 New deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- bOw flex Max Trainer M-3-Very Good (650)315-2959 (650)558-8555
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must NeGriNi feNCiNG Epee mask size M Condition, Like New, Assembled, Paid 1400 Marsten rd. #J
Sell! (650) 875-8159. & France Lames 5 epee blade $95 $1200 asking $800 Call Michael
leNNOx red Rose, Unused, hand
(415)260-6940 burlingame 94010 1999 CadillaC DeVille Contour-Paid
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, (650)784-1061. $6,000 Sell $3,000 Good Condition
$12.00. (650) 578 9208. New twiN Mattress set plus frame
$30.00 (650) 347-2356 saMsONite 26" tan hard-sided suit (650)315-2954 or (650)558-8555
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. CaMPiNG bed, inflatable. "Lazy sofa".
MadaMe alexaNder Doll 8", Rhett Like new. $15.00 (650)588-0842
Butler, white suit, new, never out of box NiaGara VibratiNG Adjustable bed $45. (650)328-6709
$25, (650)712-1070 good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan CaMPiNG teNt, pop up sleeps 2-3
(408)656-0958 silK saree 6 yards new nice color.for
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- "Quechua, Fresh Black. Co. Waterproof.
Miller lite Neon sign , work good Like new. $70.00 (650)588-0842
$59 call (650)218-6528 OffiCe tYPe 34"X 60" heavy solid formation.
wood with formica wood grain top $25
star wars Action figure: Qui-Gon (650) 787-9753 siNK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, COMPetitOr weiGht BenchNever
Jinn (Jedi Knight), mint-in package. $10 $15.00 (650)544-5306 used Still in box. $35.00 (650)593-1261
Steve (650)518-6614. OrNate larGe bOOKCase: Two
Pieces 5Ft across by 7ft tall Paid $2500 slr leNs Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6 eastON aluMiNuM bat.33 inches, 30
asking $500 CALL(650)345-9199. Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171 oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
299 Computers slr leNs Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6
retrO hutCh Needs refinishing other- eVerlast 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
19" COlOr Monitor with stand VG con- wise good condition. Top detaches from Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171 Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
dition power cord/owners manual includ- bottom $25. (650)712-9962 traiN-COlOr PriNt by John Hugh
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 GOlf baG travel protector, black, $5;
Coker $50 Call (650)344-4756 (650)591-9769
sewiNG stOraGe cabinet, Custom
i-Pad KeYbOard. $25.00. (650)588- made wood perfect condition $75. uNideN harleY Davidson Gas Tank
0842 (650)483-1222 phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 GOlf bag with 22 clubs. Great for peo-
ple just learning to play. $90 (650)592-
reCOrdable Cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- sOfabed, VelOur, tan, Excellent water stOraGe taNK, brand new, 2648
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, condition. $75. (808)631-1365. 275 gallons. 48" x 46" x 39" $155.
(650) 578 9208 (650)771-6324 GOlf balls, good condition, 100 for
sOlid wOOd Dining table with exten- $10; (650)591-9769
sion great piece great condition black
300 toys $80 (650)364-5263 311 Musical instruments GOlf Clubs {13}, Bag, & Pull Cart all--
$90.00 (650)341-8342
aMeriCaN flYer locomotive runs table 24"x48" folding legs each end. PiaNO, uPriGht, in excellent condi-
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769 GOlf Clubs, used set with Cart for
$130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 $50. (650)593-4490
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low, $4,000 (650)375-1350.
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reach 83,450 drivers (650) 995-0003
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from South SF to 18 Confuse good notes? 52 Grad student
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BMW ‘11 328i, white M package, 105K MAliBu 24 ft with tower. Completely re-
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CheVrolet ‘86 ASTROVAN, 63K SeA rAY 16 Ft . I/B. $1,200. Needs
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loaded, even seat warmers, $9,500. (most cars) tournament 23 Expression
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dodge ‘99 MAintenAnCe Van, , landscape 24 Put on again
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South San Francisco, CA 94080 34 “Broad City”
hYundAi 2013 Tucson Limited Edi- (415)588-8993
tion White, Automatic 6-cyl, naviga- co-star
tion, heated front seats, panoramic
roof, leather interior 79k miles excel-
35 Concert pieces
lent condition $11,950 OBO. Text or 36 Cry for attention,
leave msg (650)533-0671. 670 Auto Parts maybe
BridgeStone AlenzA 235/65R17,
$50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty,
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MAzdA ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con-
dition One owner Fully loaded Low
used less than 10k. (650)593-4490 38 Source of tweets
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so.store Call Don(415)309-3892 42 2013 Spike
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times. Fits several sizes P165-225. $20
fect condition 4DR Silver Low miles
obo. (650)745-6309 43 It often involves
$19,995 OBO (650)520-4650
White StAr Tire Chains, never used.
getting a card
toYotA 2013 Corolla-Royal Black,
Int/Ex Like new, Automatic, One owner,
P195/75R14. $25 obo. (650)745-6309. nowadays
$9,980.00 (650)212-6666.
680 Autos Wanted 46 Family tree entry
48 Kaitlin’s “It’s
625 Classic Cars Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
Novas, running or not Always Sunny In
CAdillAC ‘85 Classic El Dorado Parts collection etc. Philadelphia” role
44,632 original miles. Needs body work So clean out that garage
and headliner $2,975 OBO (650)218- Give me a call 49 Chicago-to-
4681. Joe 650 342-2483
Lansing dir.
CheVY ‘55 BEL AIR 2 door, Standard 50 Southernmost of
Transmission V8 Motor, non-op $22,000
obo. (650)952-4036. the Inner
Hebrides
CheVY ‘86 CorVette. Automatic.
93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800 51 Ringer’s
obo. (650) 952-4036. workplace
CorVette ‘69 350 4-SPeed. 50K 54 Easily crumbled
MileS. $19,000 OBO or trade for ‘50
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Exit polls suggest Irish voters have repealed abortion ban


By Gregory Katz and Renata Brito from the constitution. right to control their own bodies. For
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS If the exit poll numbers hold up, the opponents, it would be a betrayal of
victory will be of a larger magnitude Ireland’s commitment to protect the
than “yes” activists had believed pos- unborn.
DUBLIN — Ireland appeared to sible. It would then fall to Parliament The vote also is a key indicator of
move away from its conservative to establish new laws governing abor- Ireland’s trajectory, three years after
Roman Catholic roots and embrace a tions. the country voted to allow same-sex
more liberal viewpoint Friday as two Ireland’s referendum represented a marriages and a year after its first
major exit polls predicted voters had battle for the very soul of a traditional- openly gay prime minister took
repealed a constitutional ban on abor- ly conservative nation that has seen a office.
tion. wave of liberalization in recent years. The newspaper exit poll indicated
The RTE television and Irish Times The country’s leaders supported a overwhelming support for change. The
exit polls are only predictions, with “yes,” an outcome that would repeal a survey by pollster Ipsos-MRBI says
official tallies due Saturday afternoon, 1983 constitutional amendment 68 percent of voters backed repeal of
but both exit polls suggested an over- requiring authorities to treat a fetus and the ban and 32 percent opposed it. The
whelming victory for abortion rights its mother as equals under the law. pollster says it interviewed some
activists seeking a “yes” vote to They called it a once-in-a-generation 4,000 people and the survey had a mar-
change the constitution. opportunity to liberalize some of gin of error of plus or minus 1.5 per-
Catherine Murphy, co-leader of the Europe’s strictest abortion rules. centage points. The RTE poll used sim-
small Social Democrats party, said Voters went to the polls after a cam- ilar methods and projected the “yes”
the polls strongly indicate “voters paign that aroused deep emotions on vote to be nearly 70 percent.
have taken on board the clear mes- both sides. For advocates of repeal, a The voting took place on a day that
sage that the constitutional ban “yes” vote would be a landmark in Irish was sunny throughout much of Ireland,
harms women” and must be removed women’s fight for equality and the which may have bolstered turnout. REUTERS
A young campaigner holds a placard during a rally organized
by the London-Irish Abortion Rights Campaign ahead of the
forthcoming Irish abortion referendum.