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Thursday April 27, 2017 XVII, Edition 217 www.smdailyjournal.com

Moving to March primary gaining traction


Legislation on presidential races passes key Assembly committee
By Samantha Weigel As s e m b l y - March during presidential elec- omy in the world and where 1 in 8 reminder that California is largely
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF man Kevin tions. U.S. voters resides, with a more a political ATM, its a stop on the
Mullin, D- On Wednesday, Mullins bill influential role in deciding presi- campaign trail in regard to
Legislation to elevate the polit- South San passed 6-1 through the dential nominations for both the fundraising, but not in regard to
ical influence of one of the Francisco, Assemblys Committee on Republican and Democratic par- voter engagement, he said.
nations most populous states by seeks to move Elections and Redistricting, gar- ties, Mullin said. The bill would kick in 2020 and
bumping up Californias presiden- C a l i f o r n i a s nering support and dissent from California is largely an after- only affect presidential-year elec-
tial primary received bipartisan typically June two Republicans. thought in presidential politics tions when state and presidential
support this week as it heads primary to the The goal is to provide with the positioning of our presi-
toward the Assembly floor. Kevin Mullin first Tuesday of California, the sixth largest econ- dential primary in June 2016 was a See MULLIN, Page 19

Teacher charged
for lewd behavior
South City man arrested after
San Mateo police investigation
By Anna Schuessler Dec. 20 to April
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF 6.
School offi-
A former teacher at the St. cials confirmed
Matthews Episcopal Day School Satriano, a
in San Mateo was charged South San
Wednesday with directing five Francisco resi-
female students ages 5 to 8 to dent, had been a
assume suggestive poses while he teacher at the
took photos of them, said San Anthony school for less
Mateo County District Attorney Satriano than three
Steve Wagstaffe. years, and is no
An investigation into the longer employed at the school.
actions of Anthony Satriano, 33, This case, since it came to light
began after one of the victims told last week, has been an ongoing,
her parents that a male teacher at thorough investigation with the
her school wanted her to wear a San Mateo Police Department and
REUTERS pair of tights, said Wagstaffe. He we learn new things every day,
Donald Trump reacts after signing an executive order on education during an event with Governors at the White said police were notified April 6, said Wagstaffe.
House in Washington, D.C. launching an investigation that Julie Galles, head of St.
Matthews Episcopal Day School,

Dramatic tax cuts


revealed photographs on
Satrianos cellphone he allegedly said in a statement that student
took of the victims dating from
See SATRIANO, Page 18

Trumps plan could be good news for many, bad for deficit
Brisbane weighs council
By Josh Boak
and Stephen Ohlemacher
Inside centage points
and allow private
wealthy by eliminating the catch-
all alternative minimum tax,
term reform backlash
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Trump: National business owners
monuments a to claim the new
which takes an additional bite out
of high-income Americans.
Officials consider election shift while
WASHINGTON Dismissing
massive federal
land grab lower rate for their More lower-income Americans examining transformative development
See page 7
take-home pay. It would pay no tax at all, and there By Austin Walsh extend their own terms, the
concerns about ballooning federal
would whittle the would be relief still undefined DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Brisbane City Council will revisit
deficits, President Donald Trump
number of tax for families with child care the best way to align their election
on Wednesday proposed dramatic
brackets for individuals from expenses. Brisbane officials facing com- schedule with the state calendar.
tax cuts for U.S. businesses and
seven to three, lower the top tax The plan does not propose any munity backlash must reconsider Councilmembers are slated to
individuals outlining an over-
rate from 39.6 percent to 35 per- budget cuts or tax increases that their decision to tweak term limits discuss Thursday, April 27, seek-
haul his administration promises
cent and double the standard might offset the lost revenue, a and questions linger over how the ing three- or five-year terms in the
will spur economic growth and choice that alarms some fiscal con-
amount taxpayers could deduct. issue may influence a transforma- coming fall election after resi-
simplify Americas tangle of tax servatives in Trumps party who
It would eliminate the estate tax tive development proposal along dents rejected an earlier decision
code rules. have spent years railing about the
and reduce taxes on investments, the citys Baylands. to lengthen terms.
His proposal, a one-page sketch typically paid by the rich. It would dangers of deficit spending.
short on detail, would reduce the Following a residential referen-
further reduce the tax burden for the dum on a previous approval to
top corporate tax rate by 20 per- See TRUMP, Page 20 See BRISBANE, Page 18
2 Thursday April 27, 2017 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


Difficulty is the excuse
history never accepts.
Edward R. Murrow, American broadcast journalist

This Day in History


Canadas Universal and International

1967 Exhibition, also known as Expo


67, began a six-month run as it was
officially opened in Montreal by
Canadian Prime Minister Lester B.
Pearson.
In 1 5 0 9 , Pope Julius II excommunicated the Republic of
Venice for refusing to give up lands claimed by the Papal
States. (The pope lifted the interdict in Feb. 1510.)
In 1 5 2 1 , Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan was
killed by natives in the Philippines.
In 1 7 7 7 , the only land battle in Connecticut during the
Revolutionary War, the Battle of Ridgefield, resulted in a
limited British victory.
In 1 8 2 2 , the 18th president of the United States, Ulysses S.
Grant, was born in Point Pleasant, Ohio.
In 1 8 6 5 , the steamer Sultana, carrying freed Union prison-
ers of war, exploded on the Mississippi River near Memphis,
Tennessee; death toll estimates vary from 1,500 to 2,000.
In 1 9 2 5 , the song Yes, Sir! Thats My Baby by Walter
Donaldson and Gus Kahn was published by Irving Berlin,
Inc. of New York. REUTERS
In 1 9 3 8 , King Zog I of the Albanians married Countess Ramu, a pet monkey, jumps as his handler bathes in the waters of the Ganges River, on a hot summer day, in Kolkata, India.
Geraldine Apponyi de Nagy-Apponyi.
In 1 9 4 1 , German forces occupied Athens during World War
II. In other news ...
In 1 9 5 0 , Britain formally recognized the state of Israel. Bigfoot on the lam: Sasquatch and parted lips. Some say theyre The Cincinnati Enquirer reports a
In 1 9 7 3 , Acting FBI Director L. Patrick Gray resigned after spooked. Others say it should be no sur- stuffed moose called Mr. Moosey has
it was revealed that hed destroyed files removed from the statues vanish from Ohio store prise in Salem. become a traveling protection talisman
safe of Watergate conspirator E. Howard Hunt. NORTH LIMA, Ohio Police in The city of 43,000 residents was sent to police and other first responder
In 1 9 8 2 , the trial of John W. Hinckley Jr., who had shot Ohio are on the lookout for Bigfoot home to the 1692 Salem Witch Trials, agencies around the country.
four people, including President Ronald Reagan, began in after a gift shop owner reported that which led to the executions of 20 peo- The toy was first given to
Washington. statues of the hairy creature vanished ple. Towamencin, Pennsylvania, police
from outside her store. Salems attractions include a witch officer James Gibbas by 5-year-old
Arlene Fitzer tells WFMJ-TV in museum, witchcraft shops and a Mackenzie Brown last year during a traf-
Birthdays Youngstown that the three hand-paint- Halloween party that claims to be fic stop. The child said she wanted the
ed, concrete statues disappeared from Americas biggest. officer to have it to help keep him safe.
Farmer Daves Gift Shop between Gibbas kept it for a while before
Monday evening and Tuesday morning. Whats in a name? Bronx Zoo deciding it should be shared with other
Fitzer suspects they were stolen but proudly displays snot otters law enforcement agencies and fire
says they would have been difficult to departments around the country.
NEW YORK Its a salamander by
lift and to hide. Shes reviewing surveil- any other name and some of those
lance video for clues. names are comical.
Deputy wrangles feisty
Two statues had been mounted on The Wildlife Conservation Societys alligator in central Georgia
pedestals in front of her shop in Beaver Bronx Zoo is now proudly displaying
Township, in rural northeast Ohio. MACON, Ga. An alligator has been
Actor James Le Singer-musician Actress Emily Rios two Eastern hellbenders also known apprehended at a park in central Georgia
Gros is 55. Patrick Stump is is 28. One is 3.5 feet tall. Another is 2.25 as devil dogs, snot otters or old
feet. The third is considered the baby lasagna sides. after a sheriffs deputy wrestled the crea-
33. ture.
Actress Anouk Aimee is 85. Rock musician Jim Keltner is Bigfoot. Eastern hellbenders have flattened
The Telegraph reports that Bibb
75. Singer Ann Peebles is 70. Rock singer Kate Pierson (The heads and bodies, small eyes, and slimy,
B-52s) is 69. Rhythm-and-blues singer Herbie Murrell (The Mayor calls ghostly face seen wrinkly skin. Theyre typically brown
County Sheriffs deputy Clay Williams
and Animal Welfare officer Bruce Rozier
Stylistics) is 68. Actor Douglas Sheehan is 68. Rock musician in Salem streetlamp eerie or reddish-brown with a pale underbelly.
were dispatched to round up the 4-foot
Ace Frehley is 66. Pop singer Sheena Easton is 58. Rock musi- Theres also a serious side to the sub-
SALEM, Mass. A Massachusetts ject. Efforts are underway to conserve alligator Monday morning in Macon.
cian Rob Squires (Big Head Todd and the Monsters) is 52. city known for celebrating the occult is
Footage from the deputys body cam-
Singer Mica Paris is 48. Actor David Lascher is 45. Actress drawing attention after its mayor dwindling hellbender populations in the
era shows Williams straddling the rep-
Maura West is 45. Actress Sally Hawkins is 41. Rock singer snapped a photo that appears to show a wild.
tile and holding its jaws shut as Rozier
Jim James (My Morning Jacket) is 39. Rock musician Patrick scowling face trapped in a streetlamp.
Hallahan (My Morning Jacket) is 39. Rock singer-musician Toy given to police officer as tapes its snout. Someone can be heard
telling the alligator youre under
Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll shared the
photo on Twitter on Wednesday. The safety talisman gets to Ohio
Travis Meeks (Days of the New) is 38. Neo-soul musician arrest.
Joseph Pope III (Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats) is 38.
Democrat asks if other people can see CINCINNATI Police in Ohio have The alligator writhed in protest and
Country musician John Osborne (Brothers Osborne) is 35.
the face, which she calls eerie. received a stuffed toy given by a child to lashed its tail at Williams, but the offi-
Actress Ari Graynor is 34. Actress Sheila Vand is 32. Actress
Jenna Coleman is 31. Pop singer Nick Noonan (Karmin) is 31. Many on social media say it looks a Pennsylvania police officer to help cers managed to load it into an Animal
Actor William Moseley is 30. Singer Allison Iraheta is 25. like a mans face, with a furrowed brow keep him safe. Welfare vehicle for relocation.

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by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
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Powerball to mid 60s.
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The Daily Derby race winners are Lucky Charms, No. 12,
lower 50s. Highs in the upper 50s to lower 70s.
in first place; Lucky Star, No. 2, in second place; and
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Police reports
Cold hard ice rink details sought That sucks
Someone threw a vacuum cleaner at a
Millbrae officials favor financial analysis of seasonal facility in face of criticism security guard on Bridgepointe Parkway
in San Mateo before 5:51 p. m.
By Austin Walsh power the interim Recreation Center nearby.
The modular Recreation Center building Saturday, April 22.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Comment on
or share this story at will serve as temporary headquarters for the
A majority of the Millbrae City Council facility lost recently in an arson fire. SAN MATEO
www.smdailyjournal.com Officials are planning a series of community
still favors examining the financial viabili-
ty of a holiday ice rink, despite some offi- meetings over the coming months to discuss Sto l en v ehi cl e. A 2005 Chevrolet van
cials and residents wishing to give the ini- among Millbrae residents to justify the plans for rebuilding the project. In previous was stolen on Monte Diablo Avenue, it was
tiative a cold shoulder. investment. discussions, skating advocates had called on reported 7:47 p.m. Monday, April 24.
Vice Mayor Gina Papan along with coun- I dont think there is interest from the officials to consider establishing a rink Sto l en v ehi cl e. A 1997 Honda Civic was
cilmembers Wayne Lee and Anne Oliva indi- community, the city people, the city of when rebuilding the new center. stolen on East Third Avenue, it was reported
cated they would support Millbrae officials Millbrae, to be doing this right now, he While negotiations continue with the city 6:23 a.m. Monday, April 24.
crafting a plan analyzing the seasonal facil- said. And I appreciate what was said on insurer over reimbursements for the build- Sus pi ci o us ci rcums tances . A buildings
itys operating costs and revenue generating behalf of the ice skating advocates, none of ing, officials expect they will receive the windows were broken and a knife was found
potential. whom live in Millbrae. current value of the center built nearly 50 outside on West Third Avenue before 8:24
Though no formal action was taken, most Resident Lou Sandrini also shared con- years ago. Some have suggested it may ulti- p.m. Sunday, April 23.
councilmembers made clear an intent to con- cerns over from where the calls for the rink mately be necessary to pursue a tax measure Burg l ary . Someone broke into a busi-
tinue probing the merits of a project consid- were coming. to rebuild a modern facility.
nesss ATM and cash register and stole mer-
ered by some ice skating advocates a bell- Put this on ice. Your public trust Critics of the seasonal rink though sug-
responsibility is to the citizens, commercial chandise on 41st Street before 10:05 a.m.
wether gauging the appetite for a permanent gested they would be less inclined to support
businesses and rate payers of Millbrae, he a ballot measure should officials move ahead Sunday, April 23.
rink.
said. with establishing an initiative which some Sus pi ci o us ci rcums tances . A man dis-
This is an opportunity for something dif-
ferent for Millbrae, which is different from a Though some officials remain committed do not support. covered a small hole near the lock of his
bowling alley and different from a theater to analyzing the initiatives financing, the If you do that and it flops and you try to door on Poinsettia Avenue before 7:50 p.m.
that everyone wants to put in their city, process is made more slippery by the ongo- ask homeowners to pay for another bond to Saturday, April 22.
said Lee, according to video of the meeting ing lack of an adequate site to place facility. build a rec center, they are going to ask
Tuesday, April 25. And there is huge demand Interest in placing the rink on Library what about the $250,000 for the ice rink? UNINCORPORATED
for ice skating. There is such a demand they Avenue adjacent to the interim modular Where did that go? said resident Bob SAN MATEO COUNTY
dont care how big this rink is, they just Recreation Center proved inadequate, Garrison.
want to get on that ice. according to a city report showing closing Oliva though tried to quell concerns that Ci tati o n. A 30-year-old Princeton man
While acknowledging the handful of advo- the street was not allowed. The city property the money would be allocated until officials was cited and released after trespassing and
cates who spoke in favor of the project, Lee was a second proposal following merchants were granted a better opportunity to dig being found to have a knife near Johnson
also recognized the rink projected to cost expressing their dissatisfaction with the ini- deeper into a budget proposal for the rink. Pier in Princeton before 9:13 p. m.
$250,000 according to a city report is tial idea to put the rink in a downtown park- We are not going to spend $250,000 for Thursday, April 21.
unpopular with some community members. ing lot. two months for people to skate, but a busi- Burg l ary . Someone broke a vehicles win-
There are people who are dead set against Parks and Recreation Director Alan Shear ness plan is what we are asking for to have dow and stole a camera with equipment
it, and I get it. I dont understand why people said though some councilmembers would some fun and hopefully promote business in worth approximately $449 near Devils
hate ice rinks, but whatever, Ill take it. But like to know more about the rinks econom- Millbrae, she said. Slide before 7:15 p.m. Thursday, April 21.
then no one bats an eye when we spend $1 ics, it is impossible to craft a plan until a
million on other things that have no money site has been located.
return on them, and thats fine. But lets give Those councilmembers supporting the
this a chance, said Lee. rink suggested officials investigate the
Mayor Reuben Holober, who did not sup- costs of installing the electrical infrastruc-
port further investigation of the project, ture needed to operate a rink near the library
questioned whether there is sufficient desire when looking into the investment needed to

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Colleges confront era of sometimes-violent protest


By Lisa Rathke California, Berkeley, did with conservative writer Ann
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Coulters appearance, originally scheduled for Thursday.
In response to earlier rioting at Berkeley, the International
MONTPELIER, Vt. Fearing a return to violent protests Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators last
that roiled campuses in the 1970s, colleges and universities month put on daylong protest preparation and response train-
are re-examining how to protect free speech while keeping ing sessions at Chapman University in Orange, California,
students and employees safe in a time of political polariza- the University of Notre Dame in Indiana and the University of
tion. Maryland, attended by law enforcement from about 40 col-
Campus police are trying new tactics to try to keep events leges and universities. Another training session will take
peaceful, while other schools have abruptly canceled contro- place Thursday at the University of Hartford in Connecticut.
versial speakers over safety concerns, as the University of Our mission is basically to protect the universitys mis-
sion, which is to have civil debate and present both sides of
an issue and have things be done in a way thats civil, said
the associations president, Randy Burba, police chief at
Chapman. Its a challenge to make that happen when theres REUTERS FILE PHOTO

Ask a Professional really opposing sides and views, but thats really what were Commentator Ann Coulter addresses the Conservative
supposed to do. Political Action conference.

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Burba declined to offer specifics about the training, to avoid
If I choose disclosing proprietary police tactics.
But, he said, the sessions were a chance to remind campus
Coulters Berkeley speech canceled
cremation, police of best practices: to know and be engaged with the col- By Jocelyn Gecker
what are my lege community, do research on speakers, look at whats hap- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
pened at other campuses, and meet with the leaders of protest
Rick Riffel
options for groups ahead of time to talk about their plans and the college BERKELEY Ann Coulter said Wednesday that she was
forced to cancel her speaking event Thursday at the University
rules.
Managing Funeral Director
burial At Vermonts Middlebury College last month, protesters of California, Berkeley amid concerns of violence but might
shouted down guest speaker Charles Murray, a social scientist still swing by to say hello to all her supporters.
Police and university officials said they were bracing for
Cremation offers many options for nal who critics say used pseudoscience to link intelligence to race
possible trouble whether Coulter comes to campus or not, cit-
in the 1994 book The Bell Curve. Afterward, protesters sur-
disposition such as burial in a cemetery plot, ing intelligence and online chatter by groups threatening to
rounded Murray and professor Allison Stanger, with a protest- instigate violence.
preservation in a columbarium niche, or er pulling Stangers hair, police said. In emails to the Associated Press, Coulter confirmed that
The protesters also climbed onto the car carrying Stanger her planned speech on illegal immigration, followed by a
scattering at sea or in a place of meaning. and Murray and rocked it. Stanger, who was treated for a neck question-answer session, was canceled. But she remained coy
We are happy to explain all the choices injury and a concussion, said she feared for her life. about what she might do instead.
Middlebury said last week that 70 people may be subject to
that accompany cremation. We hope you Im not speaking. But Im going to be near there, so I
discipline, and that more than 30 students so far had been pun- might swing by to say hello to my supporters who have flown
will allow us to assist. ished, but officials did not elaborate. in from all around the country, Coulter said in an email. I
Stanger wrote an editorial about her experience, saying the thought I might stroll around the graveyard of the First
countrys constitutional democracy will depend on whether Amendment.
Americans can relearn how to engage civilly with one anoth- Officials at UC Berkeley said last week they feared renewed
er, something that is admittedly hard to do with a bullying violence on campus if Coulter followed through with plans to
president as a role model. But any other way forward would be speak. They cited very specific intelligence of threats that
antithetical to the very ideals of the university and of liberal could endanger Coulter and students, as Berkeley becomes a
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Belmont strategizes street repairs


Granny unit rules in place for Belmont Officials discuss Measure I half-cent
Officials approve size and rental limitations, sales tax spending and outreach
By Anna Schuessler after passing in
ease parking restrictions for secondary units DAILY JOURNAL STAFF November with 55 per-
cent of the vote.
By Anna Schuessler said. I understand this idea of folks going
Councilwoman Davina
in and out, but its not a problem so I dont Now that Measure I funds are about to hit
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Belmont coffers, city officials are focused Hurt said she favored the
think we need to make it one. pay-as-you-go approach
Though Kim said he hadnt heard much on how to best leverage revenue generated
After extended conversations of how by the half-cent sales tax and whether to to protect the city from
accessory dwelling units, also known as pushback against short-term rentals,
create an advisory committee to oversee its incurring debt.
ADUs, in-law or granny units, can be which are less than 30 days, he wondered
if there could be a time when they become use on repairing its deteriorating roads. I think theres more
regulated in Belmont, councilmembers
a public nuisance and also reduce the num- At its Tuesday meeting, the Belmont City Charles Stone transparency in that and
approved a set of rules outlining their size, ber of longer-term rental options afford- Council discussed whether to spend the Im kind of one of those
owner occupancy requirements, short-term able to residents and employees in funds, expected to generate an estimated folks who doesnt want to worry about the
rental policy and parking requirements. Belmont. $1.3 million each year for the next 30 debt collections being so high, she said.
The council voted 4-1 to approve the In its purest sense, Airbnb should be an years, on road and storm drain repairs as Councilman Warren Lieberman acknowl-
new rules in an effort to conform with option for homeowners to supplement they come in, or buy revenue bonds to pay edged the advantages to investing more in
recent state legislation aimed at increas- their income, he said. Thats in theory. for urgent road repairs in the next few street repairs earlier on to bring roads to a
ing the states affordable housing stock The reality can be very different. years. more acceptable level. He suggested the
while limiting the ability of cities to reg- Councilmembers also opted to ease the Though Mayor Charles Stone said he was city look at grants or borrow small sums of
ulate them. The state law, which went into requirement ensuring property owners cre- hesitant to allow the city to incur massive $1 million or $2 million from the citys
ate a parking space on their property when debt in purchasing revenue bonds, which general fund to support those near-term
effect Jan. 1, overrides zoning amend-
building ADUs. Because the state law does would be paid back through the tax revenue investments without incurring interest.
ments adopted by the council in the fall to not allow a parking requirement for ADUs
facilitate these updates. with interest, he wasnt convinced the city If we can find additional funds to help in
within a half-mile of a transit stop, coun- should not incur any debt in addressing the the early stages so that we dont deteriorate
Were here because the state is being cilmembers agreed it made sense to not
very progressive and aggressive with citys infrastructure needs, adding that as quickly, I think that will provide a lot of
require property owners to build parking help in reducing obligations, he said.
regard to housing, said Vice Mayor Doug for ADUs unless they are converting slowly addressing them could end up cost-
Kim. I do believe there was an over- ing the city more. Councilmembers also weighed how street
garages into secondary units.
reach. That has a financial effect on this town, repairs would be prioritized between the
Councilmembers agreed with the
Councilwoman Davina Hurt, who voted Planning Commissions recommenda- he said. Youre talking about serious residential and major through streets in
against adopting the new rules, was con- tions to limit the maximum size of ADUs money on an aggregate basis. need of repairs. Though the council author-
cerned the commissions recommendation to 800 square feet, roughly the size of a A 2014 assessment of the citys 70 miles ized city staff to begin the recruitment
to prohibit short-term rentals of ADUs on one- or two-bedroom apartment, and of roads indicated a pavement condition process for a three- to five-member citizens
sites like Airbnb would overregulate the require the owner to live on their proper- index, or PCI, of 56 for the citys network advisory committee to review reports on
market given the small number less ties when renting either an ADU or their of roads, with a replacement value of over how the funds were spent twice a year, the
than 20 of short-term Belmont rentals main home to renters. Mayor Charles $100 million. A 2016 assessment by the council weighed the option of creating a
city staff found in a recent search on Stone said these guidelines came from Metropolitan Transportation Commission public works advisory committee. Stone
Airbnb and the VRBO vacation home community input gathered when city offi- indicated the citys streets have deteriorated supported creating a more structured com-
rental site. cials reviewed them last year. to a PCI reading of 52, according to a staff mittee comprised of citizens and coun-
I worry about the unintended conse- I want to be respectful of that process report. PCI readings that fall in the 50-59 cilmembers to better integrate community
quences of trying to fix one problem and and the community input that we got, he range are considered at risk, or in need of feedback into public works decisions.
creating several other problems, she said. immediate attention, according to the These are the type of philosophical
MTC. questions I think a body like that could help
Factoring in $500,000 from Measure A us answer, he said.
and the states recently passed transporta- Others on the council, such as Kim and
tion investment bill each year, a staff Hurt, favored holding workshops to gauge
analysis showed paying for road repairs as neighborhood concerns with infrastructure
the revenue came in would result in a higher and public planning processes. Kim said
projected PCI of just under 40 in 2048 when the structure of previous public works work-
compared to borrowing to make more shops engaging residents on specific proj-
repairs in the near term, which resulted in ects have been successful, and thought a
PCIs ranging from roughly 18 to 35. The similar approach could be applied to those
analysis also found that an increase in the on this issue held once or twice a year.
average PCI across the citys street network I think that when we have community
could only be achieved in the short term if engagement, it needs to be a big tent, he
the city leveraged the funds. All of the cash said.
flow scenarios projected by staff resulted in Councilmembers ultimately agreed to
a higher PCI in 2048 than the citys current reconsider what form community engage-
spending, an average of $350,000 each ment on public works projects would take
year, which resulted in a PCI of 9. once street and storm drain projects took
Councilman Eric Reed asked city staff to shape. They agreed that additional data on
calculate the cost of what it would take to projected street conditions given the vari-
improve the roads instead of slowing deteri- ous cash flow scenarios, as well as project-
oration. ed revenue from new hotels and develop-
Showing slower degradation is not, I ments planned in the city, to accompany
think, what the voters expect, he said, the citys upcoming budgeting process
adding that voters expect to see road condi- would help them make a decision on when
tions improve instead. I think we can to spend Measure I funds. Stone and Vice
deliver on that. Mayor Kim also asked staff to show what
The council supported the tax increase, repairs could be made to the citys storm
contending the city needed additional fund- drain system with the $300,000 staff rec-
ing to address the citys aging street and ommended allocating toward the 50-year-
storm systems. It went into effect April 1 old infrastructure.

Obituary

Robert Claiborne Sr.


November 5, 1929 April 20, 2017
Robert was born on November 5, 1929 in Chicago, Illinois.
He is preceded by his parents; and siblings, Elmer, Eugene,
Richard, and Louise.
Mr. Claiborne is survived by his loving wife of many years,
Frances Claiborne; children, Carol Claiborne, Robert Claiborne
Jr., Debra McRae, and Ron Claiborne; four grandchildren; three
grandchildren; and numerous other family members and friends.
Funeral services will be held for Mr. Claiborne in Marietta,
Georgia at Carmichael Funeral Home on Friday, April 28. The visitation will be held at 11AM
followed by service at 1PM. Internment will immediately follow at Kennesaw Cemetery.
Condolences may be left at www.heritage-funeralhome.com.
6 Thursday April 27, 2017 LOCAL/STATE THE DAILY JOURNAL

Lawmakers push forward proposal to


give health care to every Californian
By Jonathan J. Cooper
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS By having everything in one pool, youre going to
decrease administrative costs, and youre also going to get
SACRAMENTO California away from a system where so many different players in
lawmakers pushed forward
Wednesday with a proposal that the system are there only because of greed, because they
Artists rendering of Californias high-speed rail. would substantially remake the want to make money off of peoples health care needs.
health care system of the nations

Judge allows high-speed most populous state by eliminat-


ing insurance companies and guar-
anteeing coverage for everyone.
marched to the state Capitol in
Sacramento, packing the hallways
Thorild Urdal, a nurse in Oakland

pocket costs for all California resi-


dents, including people living in

rail project to go forward


By Don Thompson 2008, Cadei said, echoing the rea-
The idea known as single-payer
health care has long been popular
on the left and is getting a new
before a Senate Health Committee
hearing. Democrats on the panel
voted to advance the measure.
the country illegally.
Private insurers would be barred
from covering the same services,
look in California as President
soning in his tentative decision Donald Trump struggles to replace By having everything in one essentially eliminating them from
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
issued Tuesday. former President Barack Obamas pool, youre going to decrease the marketplace. Instead, a new
It seems to me the initiative the health care law. administrative costs, and youre state agency would contract with
SACRAMENTO A California also going to get away from a sys- health care providers such as doc-
judge allowed the states bullet voters had before them broadly The proposal, promoted by the
authorized the funds, Cadei said states powerful nursing union and tem where so many different play- tors and hospitals and pay the bills
train project to go forward ers in the system are there only for everyone.
Wednesday but delayed a final rul- during the hourlong hearing two Democratic senators, is a long-
Wednesday. Recent changes by the shot. But supporters hope the time because of greed, because they want However, an essential question is
ing on a legal challenge asserting to make money off of peoples
the state is not keeping its promis- state Legislature dont change the is right to persuade lawmakers in unanswered: Where will the money
general intent of the ballot meas- California, where Democrats like health care needs, said Thorild come from? California health care
es to voters. Urdal, a nurse in Oakland who is
Sacramento County Superior ure, the judge said. to push the boundaries of liberal expenditures last year totaled more
public policy and are eager to stand originally from Norway, which has than $367 billion, according to the
Court Judge Raymond Cadei denied Hes basically giving the
up to the Republican president. government-funded health care. Center for Health Policy Research
opponents attempt to temporarily Legislature carte blanche to change
block the state from spending ballot measures after voters Hundreds of nurses clad in red ral- The measure would guarantee at University of California, Los
about $1.25 billion from the sale approved them, plaintiffs attor- lied in support of the measure and health coverage with no out-of- Angeles.
of $10 billion in bonds last week ney Stuart Flashman said after the
for the project intended to link Los hearing. I think thats terrible. U.S. test launches Around the state Global Strike Command said.
Angeles and San Francisco with a Flashman said opponents are unarmed intercontinental The launch command was issued
bullet train. unlikely to amend their lawsuit U.S. nuclear force. via an air launch control system
He did not immediately rule on even if Cadei gives them the
ballistic missile in California The missile blasted off from a aboard a Navy E-6 Mercury jet.
their underlying challenge to the opportunity to do so, and instead VANDENBERG AIR FORCE silo at 12:03 a. m. from Tonights launch was an impor-
$64 billion project after hearing will try to win on appeal. BASE An unarmed Minuteman Vandenberg Air Force Base and tant demonstration of our nations
arguments. The lawsuit challenges AB1889, 3 intercontinental ballistic mis- delivered a single re-entry vehicle nuclear deterrent capability, Col.
However, recent changes to the which was signed into law by sile was launched from California to a target approximately 4,200 John Moss, commander of
train plan detailed in the lawsuit high-speed rail proponent Gov. early Wednesday in a test of the miles away at Kwajalein Atoll in Vandenbergs 30th Space Wing,
fall within what voters approved in Jerry Brown. weapon system that is part of the the Pacific Ocean, the Air Force said in a statement.

Obituaries
Gene Geno Marvin Brown
Gene Geno Marvin Brown, born Sept. 25, 1921, in
Nebraska to Ernest and Josephine Brown, died peacefully at
Brookdale Senior Living in Redwood
City, California.
He was 95.
Gene served in the U.S. Army 95th
Infantry Division in World War II from
1942 to 1945. Gene moved to Redwood
City in 1958, where he retired from San
Mateo County in 1983. He also worked
for the Redwood City Parks Department
until 2002. Husband for 72 years to
Betty Brown who preceded him in death in 2015. Father of
daughters Doreta (John) Scott, Imogene (Bob) Lowe and
Jeanette Brown. Grandfather of Rebecca Lowe and Nicholas
Brown. Gene is also survived by his sister Marylouise
Sharp of Hastings, Nebraska. He is preceded in death by his
sisters, Gladys Brown, Elsie Porter, Ernestine Springer and
his brothers Floyd Brown, Louis Brown and Robert Brown.
Family and friends are invited to attend the funeral service
11 a.m. Monday, May 1, with viewing starting at 10 a.m. at
Redwood Chapel, 847 WoodsideRoad, Redwood City, CA
94061. Graveside Service will be held immediately follow-
ing at Skylawn Memorial Park, State Route 92 at Skyline
Boulevard, San Mateo, CA.

Thomas Francis Lehmkuhl


SPECIAL OFFER Thomas Francis Lehmkuhl, resident of Belmont, born
Feb. 8, 1958, died suddenly Saturday, April, 22, 2017.
Husband to Dede and father to Megan.
Implant, Abutment, and Crown His family will remain forever grateful
$
2,950 for Toms loving presence. He was born
to the late Bettye and Herman Lehmkuhl
and raised in Millbrae. He attended St.
(does not include extraction) Dunstan School, Capuchino High
School and College of San Mateo. For
the past 10 years, he worked faithfully
for Draegers Market; for 27 years before
that he was at Cala Foods.
Tom is survived by Dede, the love of his life, to whom he
had been married for 29 years; and his beloved daughter
Megan. He is also survived by sisters Catherine Chrisman
51 Renato Court, Suite C (Dale) of Pahrump, Nevada; Shirley Sarracino (Kelly) of
South San Francisco; nieces Elizabeth Sarracino (Rob) of
3FEXPPE$JUZt650.366.3812 Pacifica; Amy Buckwalter of North Las Vegas; and nephew
Tony Sarracino (Suzie) and grandniece Lily, of Santa Clara.
A memorial service and reception will be 2 p.m. Saturday,
April 29, at the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany, 1839
Arroyo Ave., San Carlos, CA. In lieu of flowers, donations
are welcome to either Junior Giants baseball or Second
Harvest Food Bank.
THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Thursday April 27, 2017 7
Dispute over health
payments defused,
spending bill on track
By Andrew Taylor
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON The White House and congressional


Democrats on Wednesday defused a tense standoff over pay-
ments for the working poor under the
health care law, keeping a massive gov-
ernment spending bill on track just days
ahead of a shutdown deadline.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday
REUTERS backed away from a threat to immediately
Donald Trump attends an event to award the 2017 National Teacher of the Year at the Oval Office of the White House. withhold payments to help people with
modest incomes with out-of-pocket med-

Trump: National monuments Nancy Pelosi


ical expenses under Democrat Barack
Obamas Affordable Care Act.
The dispute with Democrats, especially

a massive federal land grab


House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, threatened to hold up
the $1 trillion-plus spending bill. A temporary funding bill
expires Friday at midnight, and GOP leaders readied plans to
pass another short-term spending bill to prevent a govern-
By Darlene Superville abuse of federal power and give that ing ancient cliff dwellings.
ment shutdown this weekend Trumps 100th day in office.
and Jill Colvin power back to the states and to the Republicans in the state asked Trump
The weekslong sniping over the health care issue had
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS people where it belongs. to take the unusual step of reversing snagged the talks, which have progressed steadily for weeks
Trump accused the Obama adminis- Obamas decision. They said the desig- and gained momentum earlier this week after Trump dropped
tration of using the Antiquities Act to nation will stymie growth by closing demands for immediate money for building his long-prom-
WASHINGTON President Donald unilaterally put millions of acres of the area to new commercial and energy
Trump signed an executive order ised border wall. Our major concerns in these negotiations
land and water under strict federal con- development. The Antiquities Act does have been about funding for the wall and uncertainty about
Wednesday directing his interior secre- trol a practice Trump derided as a not give the president explicit power
tary to review the designation of the ... payments crucial to the stability of the marketplaces
massive federal land grab. to undo a designation and no president under the Affordable Care Act, Pelosi said in a statement.
dozens of national monuments on fed- Somewhere along the way the Act has ever taken such a step.
eral lands, calling the protection Weve now made progress on both of these fronts.
has become a tool of political advoca- Trumps order was one of a handful he Partisan disagreements over the environment, abortion
efforts a massive federal land grab cy rather than public interest, Interior intended to sign this week in a flurry of and GOP efforts to reverse Obama-era financial regulations
by previous administrations. Secretary Ryan Zinke said. And its developments before his 100th day in continue to dog the negotiations, but both the administra-
It was yet another executive action easy to see why designations in some office. The president has used execu- tion and many congressional Democrats were hopeful of
from a president trying to rack up cases are viewed negatively by those tive orders aggressively over the past sealing an agreement relatively soon.
accomplishments before his first 100 local communities that are impacted three months; as a candidate, Trump The massive spending measure, which would wrap togeth-
days in office, with Saturday marking the most. railed against Obamas use of this er 11 unfinished spending bills into a single omnibus bill,
that milestone. And it could upend pro- In December, shortly before leav- power. represents the first real bipartisan legislation of Trumps
tections put in place in Utah and other ing office, President Barack Obama Wednesdays order will cover several presidency. Democratic votes are needed to pass the measure
states under a 1906 law that authorizes infuriated Utah Republicans by creat- dozen monuments across the country over tea party opposition in the House and to provide
the president to declare federal lands as ing the Bears Ears National designated since 1996. They total enough support to clear a filibuster hurdle in the Senate,
monuments and restrict their use. Monument on more than 1 million 100,000 acres or more and include the which has led negotiators to strip away controversial poli-
During a signing ceremony at the acres of land thats sacred to Native Grand Staircase-Escalante National cy riders and ignore an $18 billion roster of unpopular
Interior Department, Trump said the Americans and home to tens of thou- Monument and Bear Ears, both in spending cuts submitted by White House budget director
order would end another egregious sands of archaeological sites, includ- Utah. Mick Mulvaney.

Jonathan Demme, Silence of Demme died Wednesday morning in his New cries for help alerted others and led to her
York apartment, surrounded by his wife, Around the nation rescue, police said. Police in Blanchester,
the Lambs director, dead at 73 Joanna, and three children. Demme died about 40 miles northeast of Cincinnati, said
NEW YORK Jonathan Demme, the from complications from esophageal can- Police: Captive woman found the owner of the shed, Dennis Dunn, was
eclectic, ever-enthusiastic lmmaker cer, she said. crying in pit in neighbors shed arrested Wednesday morning and was jailed.
behind the Oscar winners The Silence of Demme broke into moviemaking under the They said Dunn has a history of mental
B-movie master Roger Corman in the early BLANCHESTER, Ohio A man with health issues.
the Lambs and Philadelphia, and the
1970s. The Silence of the Lambs, the mental health problems kidnapped a neigh- The womans mother initially reported
director of one of the most seminal concert
lms ever made, the Talking Heads Stop 1991 thriller starring Anthony Hopkins as bor who had reported receiving harassing her missing about 2 a.m. and called police
Making Sense, has died. He was 73. Hannibal Lecter and Jodie Foster as an FBI phone calls from him and kept her trapped in about 4 a.m. to report cries from a shed
Demmes publicist, Annalee Paulo, said analyst, brought him a new level of fame. a small pit in his backyard shed, where her behind Dunns house, police said.
8 Thursday April 27, 2017 STATE/NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

Neanderthals in California? Maybe so, provocative story says


By Malcom Ritter create raw material for tools.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Patterns of damage on the limb bones
looked like what happened in experiments
NEW YORK A startling new report when elephant bones were smashed with
asserts that the first known Americans rocks. And the bones and stones were found
arrived much, much earlier than scientists in two areas, each roughly centered on
thought more than 100,000 years ago whats thought to be an anvil.
and maybe they were Neanderthals. The stones measured about 8 inches (20
If true, the finding would far surpass the centimeters) to 12 inches (30 centimeters)
widely accepted date of about 15,000 years long and weighed up to 32 pounds (14.5
ago. kilograms). They werent hand-crafted
Researchers say a site in Southern tools, Demere said. The users evidently
California shows evidence of humanlike found them and brought them to the site.
behavior from about 130,000 years ago, The excavation also found a mastodon
when bones and teeth of an elephantlike tusk in a vertical position, extending down
mastodon were evidently smashed with into older layers, which may indicate it had
rocks. been jammed into the ground as a marker or
The earlier date means the bone-smashers to create a platform, Demere said.
were not necessarily members of our own The fate of the visitors is not clear.
species, Homo sapiens. The researchers Maybe they died out without leaving any
speculate that these early Californians descendants, he said.
could have instead been species known Experts not connected with the study pro-
only from fossils in Europe, Africa and vided a range of reactions.
Asia: Neanderthals, a little-known group If the results stand up to further scrutiny,
called Denisovans, or another human fore- this does indeed change everything we
runner named Homo erectus. thought we knew, said Chris Stringer of
The very honest answer is, we dont the Natural History Museum in London.
know, said Steven Holen, lead author of Neanderthals and Denisovans are the most
the paper and director of the nonprofit likely identities of the visitors, he said.
Center for American Paleolithic Research But many of us will want to see support-
in Hot Springs, South Dakota. No remains ing evidence of this ancient occupation
of any individuals were found. SAN DIEGO NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM from other sites, before we abandon the
Whoever they were, they could have A concentration of fossil bone and rock at an excavation site in San Diego on Jan. 25, 1993. conventional model of a first arrival by
arrived by land or sea. They might have modern humans within the last 15,000
come from Asia via the Beringea land nal Nature . Not surprisingly, the report of paleontology at the San Diego Natural years, he wrote in an email.
bridge that used to connect Siberia to was met by skepticism from other experts History Museum, another author of the Erella Hovers of the Hebrew University
Alaska, or maybe come across by water- who dont think there is enough proof. paper. of Jerusalem and the Institute of Human
craft along the Beringea coast or across The research dates back to the winter of The Nature analysis focuses on remains Origins at Arizona State University in
open water to North America, before turn- 1992-3. The site was unearthed during a from a single mastodon, and five stones Tempe, who wrote a commentary accompa-
ing southward to California, Holen said in routine dig by researchers during a freeway found nearby. The mastodons bones and nying the work, said in an email that the
a telephone interview. expansion project in San Diego. Analysis teeth were evidently placed on two stones archaeological interpretation seemed con-
Holen and others present their evidence of the find was delayed to assemble the used as anvils and smashed with three stone vincing. Some other experts said the age
in a paper released Wednesday by the jour- right expertise, said Tom Demere, curator hammers, to get at nutritious marrow and estimate appears sound.

Texas poised to pass sanctuary city ban with jail penalty


By Jim Vertuno it at every step, promising hours of emo- also lose their jobs. law enforcement officers to inquire about
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tionally charged debate on Wednesday The bill is needed to keep the public federal immigration status if someone is
before the Texas House votes. safe and remove bad people from the arrested. A version passed by the state
AUSTIN, Texas Texas Republicans Under the bill, the state could withhold street, said Rep. Charlie Geren of Fort Senate in March would allow immigration
were poised Wednesday to take a big step funding from local governments for acting Worth. inquires of anyone who is detained, includ-
toward banning sanctuary cities in their as sanctuary cities, even as the Trump The bill does not target or discriminate ing during traffic stops.
state, debating a bill through which police administrations efforts to do so national- against illegal immigrants. This bill President Donald Trump is trying to
chiefs and sheriffs could even be jailed for ly have hit roadblocks. specifically targets criminals who happen withhold federal funding for sanctuary
not cooperating fully with federal immi- Ot h er Rep ub l i can -co n t ro l l ed s t at es to be here illegally, Geren said. cities, but on Tuesday, a federal judge in
gration authorities. have pushed for similar polices in recent The term sanctuary cities has no legal California issued a preliminary injunction
Although Democrats dont have the years, just as more liberal ones have definition, but Republicans want local preventing him from doing so.
votes in the Republican-controlled done the opposite. But Texas would be police to help federal authorities as part of Texas doesnt currently have any sanctu-
Legislature to stop the bill from going to the first in which police chiefs and sher- a larger effort to crack down on criminal ary cities, but that hasnt stopped Abbott
Republican Gov. Greg Abbott, who made i ffs co ul d b e j ai l ed fo r n o t h el p i n g suspects who are in the U.S. illegally. and Republican legislative leaders from
such a ban a priority, they vowed to fight en fo rce i mmi g rat i o n l aw. Th ey co ul d The Texas House bill would allow local pushing aggressively for a ban.

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Trump team softens war talk, Around the world
vows other pressure on North Korea lowing a ceremony in the northern port city
WASHINGTON The Trump administra- of Dalian, where its predecessor, the Soviet-
tion told lawmakers Wednesday it will apply built Liaoning, underwent extensive refur-
economic and diplomatic pressure on North bishing before being commissioned in
Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons pro- 2012, the Ministry of National Defense
gram, as an extraordinary White House said.
briefing served to tamp down talk of mili- Development of the new carrier began in
tary action against an unpredictable and 2013 and construction in late 2015. Its
increasingly dangerous U.S. adversary. expected to be formally commissioned
President Donald Trump welcomed sometime before 2020, after sea trials and
Republican and Democratic senators before the arrival of its full air complement.
his secretary of state, defense secretary, top The carrier program is a key part of
general and national intelligence director Chinas naval expansion at a time when it is
conducted a classified briefing. The same looking to beef-up its regional military
team was also meeting with House members influence to match its economic might.
in the Capitol to outline the Norths escalat- While China says it maintains a defensive
ing nuclear capabilities and U.S. response military policy, its ambitions are rattling
options to what they called an urgent some neighbors who see Beijing as fueling
national security threat. already enflamed tensions in the region.
After weeks of unusually blunt military
threats, the joint statement by the agency New South Sudan
chiefs said Trumps approach aims to pres- fighting displaces 25,000 people
sure North Korea into dismantling its
nuclear, ballistic missile and proliferation NAIROBI, Kenya At least 25,000 peo-
programs by tightening economic sanc- ple were displaced after fighting in the town
REUTERS tions and pursuing diplomatic measures
of Kodok, according to a spokesman for the
An opposition supporter waves a Venezuelan flag in front of the riot police during a rally with our allies and regional partners. It humanitarian group Doctors Without
against Venezuelas President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela. made no specific mention of military Borders, one day after the top United
options, though it said the U.S. would Nations official in South Sudan warned of a

Venezuelan forces defend itself and friends. government offensive on the town.
The unprecedented meeting in a building Phillippe Carr told the Associated Press
adjacent to the White House reflected the that the fighting has caused a reduction in
increased American alarm over North humanitarian services and there is a short-
Koreas progress in developing a nuclear- age of water for the displaced. Civilians are
fleeing to the nearby South Sudanese town

use tear gas to block


tipped missile that could strike the U.S.
mainland. A flurry of military activity, by of Aburoc, Carr said.
North Korea and the U.S. and its partners on On Tuesday, there were reports of shelling
and around the divided Korean Peninsula, in the town of Kodok and on Wednesday the
has added to the worlds sense of alert. town was feared deserted with military heli-
copters sighted nearby.

latest protest march


By Fabiola Sanchez political opponents.
China launches its first
domestically-made aircraft carrier
BEIJING China has launched its first
aircraft carrier built entirely on its own, in a
demonstration of the growing technical
South Sudans government troops were on
an offensive in Kodok and the Upper Nile
region, head of the U.N. mission in South
Sudan David Shearer told members of the
Security Council on Tuesday. He warned that
70,000 civilians could be displaced.
and Joshua Goodman Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez Virtually no part of the country is
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS announced on state TV late Tuesday that she sophistication of its defense industries and immune from conflict, Shearer told the 15-
had been instructed by President Nicolas determination to safeguard its maritime ter- member body at the U.N. He added there has
Maduro to initiate the countrys withdrawal ritorial claims and crucial trade routes. been no concerted effort by any party to
CARACAS, Venezuela Thousands of pro- from the Washington-based OAS if the The 50,000-ton carrier was towed from its
testers marched again in Venezuelas capital adhere to a ceasefire.
regions foreign ministers hold a meeting on dockyard just after 9 a.m. Wednesday fol-
Wednesday, with the rejuvenated anti-govern- the countrys crisis without his administra-
ment movement showing no sign of letting tions backing.
up on political unrest that has been blamed
Her comments came hours before
for 29 deaths in recent weeks.
Wednesdays meeting by envoys to the OAS
The mass of demonstrators paraded through to debate a proposal by Mexico, Brazil, the
downtown Caracas in an attempt to deliver a U.S. and 13 other nations to convene a spe-
message to the national ombudsman, whose cial conference of foreign ministers to discuss
job is to stand up for citizens rights but who Venezuelas situation.
the opposition has tagged the defender of the Were not going to continue allowing
dictator. The march was stopped before legal and institutional violations that are
reaching his office as state security forces arbitrary and surpass any moral, ethical and
unleashed tear gas on protesters on the citys licit boundary that nations in this regional
main highway. organization should respect, Rodriguez said.
The repression is very strong, Luis Venezuelans have flooded the streets over
Florido, an opposition lawmaker, said as he the last month to demand an end to Maduros
dodged plumes of tear gas. presidency. The protests have frequently
In the latest tally of deaths, opposition ended in violent confrontations with security
leaders said Juan Pablo Pernalete Llovera, 20, forces, which have used tear gas and rubber
was killed after being struck in the head by a bullets to disperse crowds, and there also have
tear gas canister in Caracas. Two other deaths been clashes with pro-government groups.
were reported Wednesday: Efrain Sierra, 28, Venezuelas chief prosecutor, Luisa Ortega
who died from a gunshot in the stomach dur- Diaz, on Tuesday put a spotlight on the extent
ing a protest in Tachira, and Christian of the violence, saying more than 400 people
Humberto Ochoa Soriano, 22, killed during a had been injured and nearly 1,300 detained
demonstration Monday in Valencia, east of since the protests began in response to a
Caracas. Supreme Court ruling last month that stripped
The protest came as Venezuelas socialist the opposition-controlled congress of much
government threatened to pull out of the of its powers. The decision was later partially
Organization of American States over criti- reversed amid a storm of international criti-
cism of the administrations handling of its cism and from Ortega Diaz herself.

Iraqi forces say theyve seized Hatra antiquities site


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hatra is believed to have been built in the
second or third century B.C. by the Seleucid
BAGHDAD Iraqi paramilitary forces Empire. IS militants destroyed it along with
said Wednesday that they have captured other major historical sites in and around
Hatra, a 2,000-year-old historical site near Mosul after seizing much of northern Iraq in
the northern city of Mosul, where U.S.- the summer of 2014. The extremist group
backed forces have been battling the believes antiquities promote idolatry,
Islamic State group for months. though it is also believed to sell artifacts on
Karim al-Nouri, a spokesman for the state- the black market to fund its operations.
sanctioned force made up mainly of Shiite
militias, told state TV they captured the In April 2015, IS released a video showed
UNESCO world heritage site and were around the extremists smashing sledgehammers
2 miles from a nearby town with the same into Hatras walls and firing assault rifles at
name, without providing further details. priceless statues. At one point, the video
Iraqi forces often claim to have driven IS showed a militant on a ladder using a sledge-
from areas that are still far from secure, or hammer to bang repeatedly on the back of a
that quickly fall back into the militants carved face until it crashed to the ground and
hands. broke into pieces.
10 Thursday April 27, 2017 BUSINESS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Stocks wobble as White House unveils tax plan


By Stan Choe rising 8.35, or 0.6 percent, to
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1,419.43.
High: 21,070.90 The proposal for a 15 percent
NEW YORK Stock indexes Low: 20,972.27 corporate tax rate is likely just an
wobbled between modest gains Close: 20,975.09 opening salvo, and negotiations
and losses Wednesday, as the Change: -21.03 with Congress may push that fig-
White House unveiled broad out- ure higher, analysts said. Any cor-
OTHER INDEXES porate tax cut would help boost
lines of its plan to slash tax rates
but left many of the details to be S&P 500: 2387.45 -1.16 profits for businesses, which
determined. NYSE Index: 11,592.27 -11.01 would help justify the 11.6 per-
Anticipation for a big tax cut, Nasdaq: 6025.23 -0.26 cent surge for the S&P 500 since
along with looser regulations on NYSE MKT: 2554.47 -8.36 Election Day. Some investors are
businesses, have been two of the Russell 2000: 1419.43 +8.35 worried stocks have grown too
main drivers behind the stock Wilshire 5000: 24,949.21 +5.81 expensive because prices have
markets surge since November, climbed faster than corporate
when Republicans swept into 10-Yr Bond: 2.31 -0.01 profits.
Washington. The White House Oil (per barrel): 49.21 -0.35 MacEwen said several elements
delivered a big number Gold : 1,270.80 +3.60 of the tax proposal would be bene-
Wednesday, when officials said ficial, including how foreign prof-
they hope to cut the top corporate exactly how much benefit will officer for American Century minutes of trading. its would be treated, but what
tax rate to 15 percent from 35 per- flow through to corporate profits, Investments. The Dow Jones industrial aver- Washington ultimately gets
cent. and how much stock prices should The Standard & Poors 500 age lost 21.03 points, or 0.1 per- approved may fall short of the
But many specifics are still to climb beyond what they already index slipped by 1.16 points, or cent, to 20, 975. 09, and the stock markets expectations. Also
be negotiated, such as how much it have. less than 0. 1 percent, to Nasdaq composite slipped 0.27 still uncertain is how much the
will affect the governments budg- Tax reform will be good, but a 2,387.45. It had briefly climbed points, or less than 0.1 percent, final proposal would boost the
et deficit, and they will need to be lot of that has already been priced above its record closing level of to 6,025.23. Stocks of smaller economy, which would drive prof-
hammered out with Congress. into the market, said David 2,395.96 earlier in the day, only companies did better, with the its further and justify yet more
That left investors questioning MacEwen, co-chief investment to give up its gains in the last Russell 2000 index of small-caps stock price gains.

First Twitter revenue drop since IPO Insurer Anthem hands feds Business briefs
deadline on ACA subsidies exchanges qualify for this help,
By Barbara Ortutay The problem: The people already Its revenue was $548.3 million, Health insurers are pressing which totaled about $7 billion
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS on Twitter may well be using it down 8 percent. This was still President Donald Trump and
more, but Americas first true above Wall Streets expectations of this year and is separate from the
Congress to guarantee a crucial income-based tax credits people
NEW YORK Youd think Twitter President hasnt inspired $517.3 million, according to a
customer subsidy for the get for their insurance bill.
Twitter would be able to milk its others to sign up for Twitter en poll by FactSet.
masse. Net loss was $61.6 million, or 9 Affordable Care Acts shaky insur-
status as President Donald Trumps ance exchanges, and one of the Justices hear dispute over
megaphone. But the company still Twitter said Wednesday it had an cents per share, compared with a
average of 328 million monthly loss of $79.7 million, or 12 cents biggest carriers has thrown in its lower-cost biotech drugs sales
faces stagnant user growth, has
users during the first quarter, a 3 per share, a year earlier. Excluding participation as bargaining chip.
never made a profit and even report- WASHINGTON The Supreme
ed a quarterly revenue decline percent increase from 319 million stock compensation expenses and Blue Cross-Blue Shield insurer
Anthem covers more than 1 mil- Court on Wednesday considered a
Wednesday, a first since going pub- during the previous quarter. By con- other one-time items, the company
trast, Facebook has 1.89 billion earned 11 cents per share in the lat- lion people on the exchanges and dispute between rival drug compa-
lic. nies that could affect how quickly
Trumps frequent tweets ricochet and Facebook-owned Instagram est quarter, down from 15 cents a said Wednesday that its planning
has 600 million monthly users as year earlier. This was also above to return next year. But it indicated life-saving generic medicines are
well beyond his 28 million Twitter
of December, the latest available. expectations; analysts surveyed by that could change if it doesnt available to the public.
followers. Anything he tweets can
serve as fodder for social media, TV More users, of course, mean more FactSet projected 2 cents. know for certain by early June that The case before the justices
news shows and, often, late-night advertising revenue for the compa- With its slogan its whats hap- the government will fund the cost- involves the cutting-edge field of
comedy. Analysts say Twitters user nies, since businesses try to reach pening, Twitter has been trying to sharing subsidies next year. biologics drugs made from liv-
engagement how often people as many eyeballs as possible. corner the market for real-time The subsidies are paid directly to ing cells instead of chemicals. The
respond, retweet or like, for Twitter has never turned a profit, information, to be a place where insurers, and they help trim out- drugs have led to major advances
instance likely benefited from and for the first time since going people can go to find out whats of-pocket costs like deductibles in treating cancer and other dis-
political discourse in the first public in 2013, it reported a decline going on in the world and talk for customers with low incomes. eases, but often come with a mas-
quarter. in revenue from the previous year. about it with friends and strangers. Nearly 3 in 5 consumers on the sive price tag.

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Caada tennis looking


to finish with flourish
By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
last years No. 1 Joelle Huelse to anchor
the top of Caadas singles lineup. For
good feel for tennis.
On Thursday, Barcelata enters the
the second straight year, Barcelata California Community College
Moving up to the No. 1 ranking for swept through conference play. womens tennis individual champi-
Caada womens tennis didnt impede She just has a really good feel for onships seeded No. 2 in her bracket,
Diana Barcelatas undefeated confer- the game, Caada head coach Rick Caadas highest individual seed. The
DAILY JOURNAL FILE PHOTO ence streak one bit. Velazquez said. And she kind of sets tournament in Ojai features three indi-
Caada sophomore Diana Barcelata was undefeated through After posting an undefeated record in her opponents up during rallies and vidual Colts, including Huelse and
two years of conference play, including as the ColtsNo. 1 ranked Coast Conference play as a freshman then unleashes the winner. Shes just a
singles player this season. last season, Barcelata flip-flopped with really smart player and has a really See TENNIS, Page 14

Kerr will return, but when? Bearcats setting


sights on a PAL
Warriors GM Myers expects coach back, but no timetable has been set
By Janie McCauley
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
swimming title
A
fter dominating the Peninsula
OAKLAND Golden State Athletic Leagues Ocean
Warriors general manager Bob Division for several seasons,
Myers fully expects Steve Kerr to the San Mateo girls swim team was pro-
find a solution to his debilitating moted to the Bay Division beginning
health issues and return to the bench last season.
without being forced out of coach- The Bearcats rst-ever Bay Division
ing altogether opponent? Perennial PAL title contender
because of com- Menlo-Atherton, who snapped San
plications from Mateos three-year PAL Ocean Division
two back surger- winning streak.
ies. We had a lot of success in the Ocean
It just might Division, said San Mateo swim coach
not be right Kathy Parodi.
away. The Bearcats would go on to win their
Look, what next six meets in a
hes facing is row to nish in sec-
Bob Myers fixable, Myers ond place.
told The San Mateo was
Associated Press on Wednesday. poised to take a run
Its just finding the issue and solv- at the M-A again
ing it. So I think thats how you this season. But in
have to differentiate what hes going March, a busted
through with somebody else. Some boiler on the
things are not fixable in life. Some Bearcats pool
things that confront people dont threw them for a
have solutions. There is a solution loop. With their
here. We just need to discover it, and pool out of com-
we will. Im confident we will. mission, the
The 51-year-old Kerr plans to be Bearcats became
examined at Stanford this week and road warriors. Their last four meets have
is away from the team until he feels been on the road and they hold practice at
well enough to return. He didnt College of San Mateo at 7:15 p.m. just
coach the NBA-best Warriors in three nights a week.
Games 3 and 4 at Portland last week All the home meets turned to away
while dealing with headaches, nau- meets and weve been practicing at night
USA TODAY SPORTS at CSM, just a couple nights (per week),
sea and discomfort in his neck. Warriors coach Steve Kerr missed the last two playoff games because of complication following back Parodi said.
surgery. The organization expects him back on the bench at some point for the team but he may And yet the Bearcats have managed to
See KERR, Page 16 not be back for the rest of the postseason. put together another unbeaten run this
season and they wrapped up the regular

Raiders bring Beast Mode into fold


season today at Menlo-Atherton
beginning at 3:30 p.m. Both teams come
into the nale with unbeaten marks,
By Josh Dubow Seattle unwilling to pay back after losing Latavius Murray in free although San Mateo does have an awk-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that amount and Lynch agency. Second-year backs Jalen Richard and ward tie against Carlmont. Thursdays
only wanting to play for DeAndre Washington are both smaller backs winner will claim the team title.
the Raiders, finalizing a and are not as suited to short-yardage and This meet is going to be the hugest
ALAMEDA Marshawn Lynch is coming challenge of the season, Parodi said.
out of retirement after agreeing on a two-year trade was simple once goal-line situations.
Oakland was able to re-do Marshawn is one of the best running backs And dont automatically count out the
deal with the Raiders that paved the way for a Bearcats. While they certainly dont have
trade to his hometown team in Oakland. Lynchs contract. Ive ever played against in my short career so
Lynch also must apply far, Raiders defensive end Khalil Mack said the pedigree the Bears do, they denitely
Lynch passed a physical Wednesday and to the NFL for reinstate- have the talent and depth to give
agreed to a restructured two-year contract. last week. It would be a great, great, great
Marshawn ment from the retired list treat to have him on this side, on the dark M-A a run for its money.
Those were the final steps needed before before he can play with San Mateo senior Larissa Tam was
Seattle could trade his rights along with a Lynch side.
the Raiders. Lynch was perhaps the best power back in already a known commodity in Peninsula
2018 sixth-round pick to the Raiders for a Lynch retired following the 2015 season swimming circles and she carried the
2018 fifth-rounder. the league before he retired. He had double dig-
but decided he wanted to come back and play its in touchdown runs every season from 2011 team early. But she has been out the last
NFL Network said Lynch would get a $3 mil- with his hometown team. The Raiders met several weeks with illness and the
lion base deal this season, with a chance to to 2014, and his 51 TDs on the ground are the
with him early this month to gauge his inter- most in the NFL since 2011 despite playing Bearcats havent skipped a beat. The
make an additional $2 million if he rushes for est and wanted to get a deal done before the likes of Natalie Ken (senior), juniors
at least 1,000 yards. just seven games in 2015 and being retired
draft. last season.
Lynch had been slated to make $9 million The Raiders have a need for a power running See LOUNGE, Page 14
this season if he came out of retirement. With See LYNCH, Page 16
12 Thursday April 27, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

49ERS NO. 1 PICKS


2016DeForest Buckner, DE, Oregon
2015Arik Armstead, DE, Oregon
Want to succeed in NFL draft? Copy the Pats
By Howard Fendrich Defense, defense, defense
2014Jimmie Ward, DB, Northern Illinois THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
2013Eric Reid, DB, LSU New England spent 53 percent of
2012A.J. Jenkins, WR, Illinois The New England Patriots are, its picks on defensive players,
2011Aldon Smith, LB, Missouri without a doubt, the NFLs model among the highest percentages in
2010Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers
franchise over the past decade, so the league over this span. Five of
2009Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
it makes sense that the rest of the the 10 teams devoted the largest
2008Kentwan Balmer, DT, North Carolina
league would take a close look at portion of choices to that side of
2007Patrick Willis, LB, Mississippi the ball participated in at least one
how Bill Belichick and Co. have
2006Vernon Davis, TE, Maryland Super Bowl during the decade. At
gone about constructing their ros-
2005Alex Smith, QB, Utah the other end of the spectrum: Five
ter, especially when it comes to
2004Rashaun Woods,WR, Oklahoma St. of the seven clubs that used the
the draft.
2003Kwame Harris, OT, Stanford smallest part of their picks on
An examination by The
2002Mike Rumph, DB, Miami defense wound up with sub-.500
Associated Press of league draft
2001Andre Carter, DE, California record, including the bottom-of-
data from 2007-16, and last sea-
2000Julian Peterson, LB, Michigan St. the-barrel Rams, whose 46 wins
sons rosters, provides insight
1999Reggie McGrew, DT, Florida are the fewest in the league.
into what makes a team like the
1998R.W. McQuarters, DB, Oklahoma St.
Patriots a year-in, year-out success
1997Jim Druckenmiller, QB,Virginia Tech
and those such as the Cleveland
Dont stress skill
1996Israel Ifeanyi, DE (2), Southern Cal DENNY MEDLEY/USA TODAY SPORTS
Browns or Los Angeles Rams a Maybe its owing to their luck
1995J.J. Stokes, WR, UCLA Tom Brady was a sixth-round draft pick of the Patriots in the 2000 draft.
mess, season after season. with Brady, but the Patriots have
1994Bryant Young, DE, Notre Dame
When the draft begins Thursday, and really, you come to the conclu- to build up one side of the ball or stayed away from drafting a lot of
1993Dana Stubblefield, DT, Kansas
these are some basic tenets that sion that the draft is the key, the other? Are they really looking folks at the skill positions: QB,
1992Dana Hall, DB, Washington
front-office types surely will have Washington Redskins director of for starters or simply content to RB, WR, TE. They spent only 25
1991Ted Washington, DT, Louisville
1990Dexter Carter, RB, Florida St. in mind if they attempt to follow college scouting Scott Campbell find quality depth? Are they seek- percent of their picks there (only
1989Keith DeLong, LB, Tennessee New Englands lead: stockpile as said. Teams that turn the corner ing immediate help or willing to the Falcons, who have Matt Ryan,
1988Danny Stubbs, DE (2), Miami many picks as possible; go rela- suddenly after two or three years, wait for talent to develop? and the Saints, who have Drew
1987Harris Barton, OT, North Carolina tively heavy on the defense and you can go back and look at their Brees) went to that well less fre-
1986Larry Roberts, DE (2), Alabama the offensive line; be judicious drafts, and theyve hit on the top Add picks ... or maybe dont quently. Meanwhile, three teams
1985Jerry Rice, WR, Mississippi Valley St. about skill positions; when you players and (lower-round) play- with far fewer victories in this
It is no accident that the Patriots decade were among the five that
1984Todd Shell, LB, Brigham Young find a starter, keep him. ers. made the most draft selections went after those spots the most:
1983Roger Craig, RB (2), Nebraska And, yes, they do want to try to Lets face it: Not every evaluator
recreate what the Patriots have over the last 10 years, 92 (thats Jets (league-high 41 percent),
1982Bubba Paris, T (2), Michigan or evaluation is correct. Tom
achieved over the last 10 years, 22 more than the number a team Dolphins (39) and Redskins (38).
1981Ronnie Lott, DB, Southern Cal Brady, who just earned his fifth
including a league-high 126 wins Super Bowl championship with would use if it merely used its
1980Earl Cooper, RB, Rice
1979James Owens, RB (2), UCLA (20 more than anyone else), four the Patriots, is the most famous alloted one per round). That gave O-line
Super Bowl appearances (twice as example, of course, lasting until them extra opportunities to hit
1978Ken McAfee, TE, Notre Dame When it comes to offense, the
many as anyone else) and two NFL the sixth round. on a pick. Interestingly, though,
1977Elmo Boyd,WR (3), Eastern Kentucky Patriots use picks in the trenches.
1976Randy Cross, C (2), UCLA championships (no one has Plus, front-office personnel and just as some other teams, notably A full 20 percent of their picks
1975Jimmy Webb, DT, Mississippi St. more). coaches change over time, so that the Browns, seem to have caught went toward the five positions
1974Wilbur Jackson, RB, Alabama You start looking at the teams can affects teams draft philoso- onto read copied that strat- along the offensive line; only
1973Mike Holmes, DB, Texas Southern that win, the teams that win the phies over a span as long as a egy, New England appears ready to three teams ranked higher, includ-
1972Terry Beasley, WR, Auburn divisions all the time, the teams decade. There are, to be sure, other shift directions now, discarding its ing the team they beat in February
1971Tim Anderson, DB, Ohio St. that were in the Super Bowl (and) obvious factors such as: Have first-rounder this time in a trade for the Lombardi Trophy, the
1970Cedrick Hardman,DE,North Texas St. in contention all the time. You just teams hit on certain positions in with New Orleans for receiver
start studying how they all do it, the past? Do they particularly need Brandin Cooks. See DRAFT, Page 15
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Thursday April 27, 2017 13
WEDNESDAY on the mound, striking out 11.
Local sports briefs Half Moon Bay was led by
Giants 4, Dodgers 3
Danny Mack, who drove in a pair
Baseball advanced to the singles champi-
Carlmont 4, Burlingame 3
Stop plunking Vinny Bologna.
onship match of the WBAL indi-
vidual tournament, but fell to
Kings Academys James Bell.
of runs. AJ Morrell and Daniel
Dempsey each had a RBI as well for
the Cougars.
Giants rally late to
The Scots only derive strength
from his pain and suffering.
Bologna has been hit by a pitch
12 times this season, including in
Leschly beat Harkers Richard
Hu 6-0, 6-1 in the first round and
beat Beto Macedo of Sacred Heart
Girls lacrosse
Menlo 7, Menlo-Atherton 1
top Dodgers in 10
By Michael Wagaman baseman Adrian Gonzalezs throw to
Prep 6-2, 6-2 in the second round. The Knights topped the rival
five straight games. And the most In the semifinals, he beat Harkers THE ASSOCIATED PRESS third, loading the bases for Pence.
recent HBP sparked a comeback Bears in a WBAL Foothill
David Wen 6-1, 6-4. The Giants leadoff batter, hit-
rally as Carlmont (8-1 inPAL Bay, Division showdown.
SAN FRANCISCO Hunter less in four at-bats on the night,
With the win, Menlo stayed
18-3-1 overall) scored twice in the Softball undefeated in league play (8-0 Pence hit a game-winning sacrifice got into a 10-pitch battle with
seventh to top Burlingame (4-4, fly with the bases loaded in the 10th Stripling before lofting a fly ball
8-7-1) at Washington Park. South City 9, San Mateo 4 WBAL Foothill, 12-2 overall). M- to medium left field. Hernandez
A suffered only its second league inning and the Giants rallied to beat
With the Scots trailing 3-2, The Bearcats were stunned by the slid home easily ahead of the
loss of the season (5-2, 11-6). the Dodgers 4-3 Wednesday night.
Bologna got hit by a pitch to lead Warriors in PAL Ocean Division Christian Arroyo and pinch-hitter throw from Cody Bellinger.
off the seventh. Jordan play, dealing San Mateo its first The match was a defensive battle, Derek Law (2-0) retired three bat-
Michael Morse
Brandenburg eventually drove him loss in league. with Menlo holding a slim 2-1 lead ters for the win.
homered for the
home with a sacrifice fly to tie it Kylie Galea, Jada Walker and at halftime. But the Knights shut Cory Seager homered, Justin Turner
Giants (8-14),
before Aaron Hoch singled home Isabelle Borges all drove in a run out the Bears in the second half. extended his career-high hitting
who avoided
Troy Rice with the game-winner. for San Mateo, which had nine Idira Varma led Menlo, scoring matching their streak to 12 games and Chase Utley
hits. three times, while Widdy Tevis tal- worst start in added an RBI single for the Dodgers.
Sacred Heart Prep 7, Sequoia 0 Natalya Cerecedes picked up the lied twice. Abby Wolfenden and San Francisco Los Angeles led 3-0 before
The Gators shut down the win in the circle for South City. Charlotte Swisher each scored after 22 games. Arroyos two-run homer off former
Cheorkees, limiting them to just once for the Knights. The Giants did- Giants reliever Sergio Romo in the
two hits in a PAL Bay Division Baseball It was the seventh league win in nt get their first seventh. Morse, just called up
matchup. Cole Spina pitched a com- a row for the Knights. Michael Morse hit until the from the minors, tied it with his
Menlo 9, Kings Academy 1 M-A goaltender Samantha
plete game for SHP (3-6 PAL Bay, 7- Menlo banged out 11 hits and sixth inning and trailed 3-0 in the drive off Pedro Baez with one out
13-1 overall) in improving his Gamez had a strong performance, seventh before rallying to stun in the eighth.
limited Kings Academy to one run finishing with 12 saves.
record to 4-1. After scoring once in their division rivals. It was the first at-bat for Morse
on just two hits in a PAL Ocean
the first inning, the Gators put the Gorkys Hernandez singled off at AT&T Park since signing a
Division matchup. Woodside 16, Carlmont 12
game away with a six-run fourth. reliever Ross Stripling (0-2) to minor league contract with the
Chandler Yu did a little bit of Giants in the offseason. He hit a
The Scots came up short in a open the 10th. After Hernandez
Boys volleyball everything for Menlo (7-1 PAL shootout with the Wildcats in a clutch home run for San Francisco
stole second, Conor Gillaspie
Ocean, 12-8 overall). Not only did WBAL Skyline Division match. walked. Pinch-hitter Nick Hundley against St. Louis in Game 5 of the
Wilcox 3, Sacred Heart Prep 0 he pitch four innings of one-hit Alyssa Fine scored a team-high five sacrificed, and Hernandez beat first 2014 NL Championship Series.
The Gators fell to 2-9 in the ball, he also doubled. Ben
SCVAL, falling to the Chargers 25- goals to pace Carlmont. Caroline
Somorjai and Justin Nam each had
19, 25-18, 25-16. Mike Mooring
paced the SHP offense with 12
two hits for Menlo.
Conway and Jayla Chee each scored
twice for the Scots as well. Shoemaker gets big win vs. As
kills, Giorgio Bacchin had 14 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS son. Bud Norris pitched a scoreless
San Mateo 8, Half Moon Bay 4 St. Francis 12, SHP 11
assists while defensive specialist ninth inning for his third save.
The Bearcats earned the season- The Gators came up just short in ANAHEIM Matt Shoemaker
Lance Chou had 10 digs. Sean Manea (1-2) got through
series split with the Cougars in a WBAL Foothill Division loss to got his first win since having just two innings, allowing three
TUESDAY PAL Ocean Division play. the Lancers. The match was tied at brain surgery after being struck in runs before his night ended after
Austin Salvail drove in a pair of 6 at halftime. Cam Gordon scored a the head by a line drive late last only 34 pitches because of left
runs and had three hits for San match-high five goals to lead SHP, season, and the Angels beat the
Boys tennis Mateo. Dom Monozon and Tommy while Allison Carter added four As 8-5 Wednesday night.
shoulder tightness. Manea retired
the first three batters he faced,
WBAL individual championship Ozawa each had a pair of hits. goals. St. Francis had five players Shoemaker (1-1) went five then allowed three runs on four
Menlo School junior Bo Leschly Monozon also picked up the win score two goals each. innings in his fifth start of the sea- hits in the second inning.

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record rolling. tive deficit in their four conference matches

TENNIS My tennis level


improved from last year,
Barcelata said. So I think
was 21-16, including three 5-4 losses.
The Colts delivered on Velazquezs
assessment, advancing to the Northern
Continued from page 11 the competition was California team championship match for
about the same. I was the second straight year. And for the second
undefeated last year and I straight year, De Anza took the title, win-
team captain Ana Hinojosa. Caada also was undefeated this year.
fields two doubles teams in Hinojosa and ning 5-2 with the final two individual
It was something of a matches of the day not finishing after De
Huelse, and Barcelata and freshman Jessica surprise Velazquez restruc-
Berg. Joelle Huelse Anza clinched last Saturday, with the
tured his lineup this sea- Dons advancing to the state team champi-
Next season, Barcelata will be playing at son after a historic run in 2016. Last year, the onship Wednesday in Ojai.
North Central College, a Division III liberal Colts won 17 straight matches, winning the
arts school in Illinois. And as she winds down De Anza fell in the title match to Orange
Coast Conference North championship in the
her prolific two-year career at Caada this Coast College 5-4.
process, before falling in the Northern
week, the native of Veracruz, Mexico does so California Regional championship game to Huelse also plans to play at a four-year
with an air of excitement. De Anza. school, but will not transfer immediately,
Im happy everything went well, After Huelse was such a force at No. 1 last according to Velazquez.
Barcelata said. This was my first experience season, however, she was hampered by a sore She wants to play at a four-year school,
out of my country for me. So Im glad it went shoulder throughout the summer. The native Velazquez said. She wont graduate this June
well. And, yes, Im excited. of Herne, Germany was ready to play in and so she plans to maybe go back to
Barcelata hasnt lost an individual match Caadas season opener, but needed to hone Germany for a few classes next year and then
since the outset of this season when she fell her game after the off-season downtime. return to the U.S. to hopefully play tennis.
in non-conference action during the finals of She really had to take it easy and kind of In doubles play, Huelse and Hinojosa have
a tournament at Mission College. Since then, work on her strokes, Velazquez said. We been paired for two years, and enter
she has earned 16 straight singles wins, kind of changed a few things. Her serve really Thursdays opener seeded No. 1 in their
including Caadas 12 regular-season confer- improved but it took the first couple months bracket.
ence matches, one non-conference match of the school year for her to work on those. [Hinojosa] has just terrific hands and is
DAILY JOURNAL FILE PHOTO against Bakersfield, and three Northern Caada settled for a third-place finish in the very good at the net one of the best play-
Team captain Ana Hinojosa is part of Caadas California Regional playoff matches. Coast Conference North this season, though ers in Nor Cal at the net, Velazquez said.
No. 1 doubles team, seeded No. 1 in their While the sophomore faced tougher compe- Velazquez said the difference between the And [Huelses] serve has improved a lot this
bracket at the state championship individual tition at the No. 1 spot this season, she was- Colts, second-place Foothill and conference year. Theyve just been a terrific doubles
tournament beginning Thursday in Ojai. nt surprised she was able to keep her flawless champion De Anza was marginal. The cumula- team this year.

Cherokees point guard and Daily Journal

LOUNGE Hopefully now that were being successful in the pool, maybe it will
draw more kids to the program. Hopefully the word is out that were
competitive at the [PAL Bay Division] level.
Boys Basketball Player of the Year, will
continue his career at Menlo College.
***
Continued from page 11 The Daly City Sports Hall of Fame will
Kathy Parodi, San Mateo swim coach
induct its 12th class May 6 at the South
City Elks Lodge. The inductees include:
Valeriya Nasedkina and Nicole Chang, and hit Thursday, however, as a number of formance over the last two years will con- Tom Dooley, a two-time Olympic race
sophomore Madeline Dennerline and Emma swimmers are also members of the schools vince those burgeoning swimmers that San walker; Dave Dunbar, who won the 1959
Lepisova have stepped up to ll the role dance team and will be performing Mateo can be a destination for top-notch state title in the 880; Isaac Carson, who
vacated by Tam. Thursday evening. swimmers. the 1991 state title in 110 high hurdles;
Those girls will denitely keep us in the Thats where the Bearcats pool problems Hopefully now that were being success- Bryan Thomason, who helped lead the
race tomorrow, keep us close in points, come into play. The meet was originally ful in the pool, maybe it will draw more Jefferson boys basketball team to the
Parodi said. scheduled to be contested at San Mateo, kids to the program, Parodi said. 1983 D3 state championship; Mike Scott,
But a swim team championship is not which would be no problem for the dancers. Hopefully the word is out that were co-founder of the Daly City Sports Hall of
necessarily built on the backs and shoul- But now that the meet has been moved to competitive at the Bay level. Fame; Keith Jack, an all-American wide
ders of the front-line swimmers. There can M-A and the ensuing trafc they will have A win over M-A would shout that out loud receiver at City College of San Francisco;
be only one winner of a race, but there are to battle to get back to San Mateo, many and clear. Brad Quanstrom, Westmoor basketball; and
still points awarded down to fth place, of those dancing swimmers will be leaving *** the 1965 Westmoor boys basketball team
meaning depth plays a huge factor in win- the meet early. Sequoia High School had three athletes that won the North Peninsula League title.
ning championships as well. Parodi, however, is not giving in. She is sign letters of intent to play sports in col- For more information about the ceremo-
Parodi believes she has enough depth to hoping that somehow, someway, her girls lege. ny, contact Mike Ciardella at
keep up with M-A. can nd a way to beat the vaunted Bears. Tyson Fraley, an offensive linemen for mciardella@gmail.com.
We had some freshmen come in with It could be touch and go, and hopefully the Cherokees, signed to play football at
some good swimming skills, Parodi said. we can rise up and really put our best effort Carroll College in Helena, Montana.
We do have some depth this year and forward, Parodi said. Another Sequoia football player, quarter- Nathan Mollat can be reached by email:
nathan@smdailyjournal.com or by phone: 344-
thats something weve focused on. And even if the Bearcats come away with back Nick DeMarco, signed with Occidental 5200 ext. 117. You can follow him on Twitter
Parodi said some of her depth will take a a loss, Parodi hopes that the teams per- College-Los Angeles. Njai LeBlanc, the @CheckkThissOutt.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Thursday April 27, 2017 15
DRAFT RAIDERS NO. 1 PICKS
2016Karl Joseph, DB, West Virginia
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB
THURSDAY
Softball
WHATS ON TAP
Burlingame at Sequoia, South City at Aragon, Mills
at Westmoor, Carlmont at San Mateo, Jefferson at
Continued from page 12 Washington 15 6 .714 Menlo-Atherton at San Mateo,Woodside at Aragon, Crystal Springs, Menlo-Atherton at Capuchino, Hills-
2015Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama Philadelphia 10 9 .526 4 Sequoia at Burlingame, Carlmont at Hillsdale, Ca- dale at Woodside, Terra Nova at El Camino, 4 p.m.
2014Khalil Mack, LB, Buffalo Miami 10 9 .526 4 puchino at HMB, Castilleja at Mercy-Burlingame, Swimming
2013D.J. Hayden, DB, Houston New York 8 12 .400 6 1/2 Kings Academy at Notre Dame-Belmont, 4 p.m. Menlo-Atherton at San Mateo,Woodside at Aragon,
Falcons, who led the way at 23 per- Atlanta 7 12 .368 7 Baseball Hillsdale at Sequoia, Burlingame at Carlmont, Half
cent (tied, curiously enough, with 2012Tony Bergstrom, G (3), Utah Central Division Mills at Jefferson, Harker at El Camino,Westmoor vs. Moon Bay at Terra Nova, Westmoor at El Camino,
2011Stefen Wisniewski, C, Penn St. Chicago 12 9 .571 Crystal Springs at Sea Cloud Park, Menlo-Atherton Capuchino at Mills, South City at Jefferson, 3:30 p.m.
the Colts, who Milwaukee 12 11 .522 1 at South City, Half Moon Bay at Kings Academy, Track and field
have not done 2010Rolando McClain, LB, Alabama Cincinnati 10 12 .455 2 1/2 Aragon at Menlo School, 4 p.m. Westmoor at Burlingame, Mills at Sequoia, Wood-
well finding 2009Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland St. Louis 9 11 .450 2 1/2 Boys lacrosse side at Half Moon Bay, Carlmont at Capuchino,Terra
2008Darren McFadden, RB, Arkansas Pittsburgh 9 12 .429 3 Sequoia at Woodside,Burlingame at Carlmont,7 p.m. Nova at Hillsdale, 3 p.m.; WBAL 3A at Sacred Heart
proper protec- West Division Badminton Prep, WBAL 3B at Kings Academy, 3:30 p.m.
tion for their 2007JaMarcus Russell, QB, LSU Colorado 14 8 .636
2006Michael Huff, DB, Texas Arizona 14 9 .609 1/2
franchise quar-
terback, Andrew 2005Fabian Washington, DB, Nebraska Los Angeles 10
San Diego 9
12
14
.455
.391
4
5 1/2
NBA PLAYOFF GLANCE
2004Robert Gallery, OT, Iowa Giants 8 14 .364 6 FIRST ROUND x-Saturday, April 29: Milwaukee at Toronto, TBD
Luck). The four
2003Nnamdi Asomugha, DB, California (Best-of-7; x-if necessary)
teams that have Wednesdays Games EASTERN CONFERENCE WESTERN CONFERENCE
2002Phillip Buchanon, DB, Miami Milwaukee 9, Cincinnati 4
Andrew Luck used the small- 2001Derrick Gibson, DB, Florida St. Philadelphia 7, Miami 4
Boston 3, Chicago 2
Sunday, April 16: Chicago 106, Boston 102
Spurs 3, Memphis 2
est percentage Pittsburgh 6, Chicago Cubs 5 Tuesday, April 18: Chicago 111, Boston 97
Saturday, April 15: Spurs 111, Memphis 82
2000Sebastian Janikowski, K, Florida St. Monday, April 17: Spurs 96, Memphis 82
of picks on the o-line the Atlanta 8, N.Y.Mets 2 Friday, April 21: Boston 104, Chicago 87 Thursday, April 20: Memphis 105, Spurs 94
1999Matt Stinchcomb, T, Georgia Toronto at St.Louis, ppd. Sunday, April 23: Boston 104, Chicago 95
Jaguars, Raiders and Buccaneers all Washington 11, Colorado 4 Saturday, April 22: Memphis 110, Spurs 108, OT
1998Charles Woodson, DB, Michigan Wednesday, April 26: Boston 108, Chicago 97 Tuesday, April 25: Spurs 116, Memphis
at 12 percent; the Browns at 13 San Diego 8, Arizona 5 Friday, April 28: Boston at Chicago, 5 p.m.
1997Darrell Russell, DT, Southern Cal San Francisco 4, L.A.Dodgers 3, 10 innings 103Thursday, April 27: Spurs at Memphis, 6:30 p.m.
percent rank among the teams x-Sunday, April 30: Chicago at Boston, TBA x-Saturday, April 29: Memphis at Spurs, TBD
1996Rickey Dudley, TE, Ohio St. Thursdays Games
with the five fewest win totals. Miami (Volquez 0-2) at Phils (Hellickson 3-0),10:05 a.m. Washington 3, Atlanta 2
1995Napoleon Kaufman, RB,Washington Atl (Dickey 1-2) at NYM (Syndergaard 1-1),10:10 a.m. Houston 4, Oklahoma City 1
Sunday, April 16: Washington 114, Atlanta 107
1994Rob Fredrickson, LB, Michigan St. Sunday, April 16: Houston 118, OKC 87
Find a guy and keep him 1993Patrick Bates, DB, Texas A&M
Jays (Latos 0-0) at St. L (Martinez 0-3), 10:45 a.m.
Nats (Gonzalez 2-0) at Rox (Senzatela 3-0),12:10 p.m.
Wed., April 19: Washington 109, Atlanta 101
Saturday, April 22: Atlanta 116, Washington 98 Wednesday, April 19: Houston 115, OKC 111
L.A. (Urias 0-0) at SF (Moore 1-3), 12:45 p.m. Friday, April 21: OKC 115, Houston 113
Based on information available 1992Chester McGlockton, DE, Clemson Jays (Lawrence 0-2) at St. L (Wainwright 1-3), 4:15 p.m.
Monday, April 24: Atlanta 111, Washington 101
Sunday, April 23: Houston 113, OKC 109
Wednesday, April 26: Washington 103, Atlanta 99
at Pro Football Reference , only 1991Todd Marinovich, QB, Southern Cal Friday, April 28: Washington at Atlanta, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 25: Houston 105, OKC 99
about a third of Patriots draft picks
have become primary starters over
1990Anthony Smith, DE, Arizona
1989Jeff Francis, QB (6), Tennessee
AMERICAN LEAGUE x-Sunday, April 30: Atlanta at Washington, TBD
Utah 3, L.A. Clippers 2
Saturday, April 15: Utah 97, L.A. Clippers 95
Toronto 3, Milwaukee 2
a full season at their position. 1988Tim Brown, WR, Notre Dame East Division Saturday, April 15: Milwaukee 97, Toronto 83 Tuesday, April 18: L.A. Clippers 99, Utah 91
Even the next-worst team in that W L Pct GB Tuesday, April 18: Toronto 106, Milwaukee 100 Friday, April 21: L.A. Clippers 111, Utah 106
1987John Clay, OT, Missouri Baltimore 14 6 .700 Sunday, April 23: Utah 105, L.A. Clippers 98
Thursday, April 20: Milwaukee 104, Toronto 77
regard, the Redskins, are at 38 per- 1986Bob Buczkowski, DE, Pittsburgh New York 12 7 .632 1 1/2 Saturday, April 22: Toronto 87, Milwaukee 76 Tuesday, April 25: Utah 96, L.A. Clippers 92
cent. But maybe thats because New 1985Jesse Hester, WR, Florida St. Boston 11 9 .550 3 Monday, April 24: Toronto 118, Milwaukee 93 Friday, April 28: L.A. Clippers at Utah, 7:30 p.m.
Tampa Bay 11 12 .478 4 1/2 Thursday, April 27: Toronto at Milwaukee, 4 p.m. x-Sunday, April 30: Utah at L.A. Clippers, TBD
England has been so consistently 1984Sean Jones, DE (2), Northeastern Toronto 6 14 .300 8
good, for so long, that they simply 1983Dave Mosebar, T, Southern Cal Central Division
dont have that much space for new 1982Marcus Allen, RB, Southern Cal
Cleveland
Chicago
11
11
9
9
.550
.550


NHL PLAYOFF GLANCE
starters. What Belichick has man- 1981Ted Watts, DB, Texas Tech Detroit 11 9 .550 Second Round WESTERN CONFERENCE
aged to do is hold onto players hes 1980Marc Wilson, QB, BYU Minnesota 10 11 .476 1 1/2 (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) Edmonton 1, Anaheim 0
Kansas City 7 14 .333 4 1/2 EASTERN CONFERENCE Wednesday, April 26: Edmonton 5, Anaheim 3
latched onto early: Of his 22 1979Willie Jones, DE (2), Florida St. West Division Washington vs. Pittsburgh Friday, April 28: Edmonton at Anaheim, 7:30 p.m.
starters in the latest Super Bowl, 1978Dave Browning, DE (2), Washington Houston 14 7 .667 Thursday,April 27:Pittsburgh at Washington,4:30 p.m.
Angels 11 12 .478 4 Saturday, April 29: Pittsburgh at Washington, 5 p.m. Sunday, April 30: Anaheim at Edmonton, 4 p.m.
16 were either drafted or signed as 1977Mike Davis, DB (2), Colorado As 10 11 .476 4 Monday, May 1:Washington at Pittsburgh, 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 3: Anaheim at Edmonton, 7 p.m.
Wednesday,May 3:Washington at Pittsburgh,4:30 p.m. x-Friday, May 5: Edmonton at Anaheim, TBD
undrafted free agents by the 1976Charles Philyaw, DT (2),Texas Southern Texas 10 12 .455 4 1/2
x-Saturday, May 6: Pittsburgh at Washington, TBD x-Sunday, May 7: Anaheim at Edmonton, TBD
Seattle 9 13 .409 5 1/2
Patriots. The Falcons also found 16 1975Neal Colzie, DB, Ohio St. x-Monday, May 8: Washington at Pittsburgh, TBD x-Wednesday, May 10: Edmonton at Anaheim,TBD
of 22 starters that way. And the 1974Henry Lawrence, T, Florida A&M Wednesdays Games x-Wednesday,May 10:Pittsburgh at Washington,TBD
Chicago White Sox 5, Kansas City 2 Nashville 1, St. Louis 0
Browns, whose 1-15 mark earned 1973Ray Guy, P, Southern Mississippi
Cleveland 7, Houston 6
Ottawa vs. N.Y. Rangers Wednesday, April 26: Nashville 4, St. Louis 3
them the No. 1 pick Thursday? 1972Mike Siani, WR, Villanova Thursday, April 27: N.Y. Rangers at Ottawa, 4 p.m. Friday, April 28: Nashville at St. Louis, 5 p.m.
Baltimore 5, Tampa Bay 4, 11 innings Saturday, April 29: N.Y. Rangers at Ottawa, 12 p.m.
Only 11 of their starters in Week 1 1971Jack Tatum, S, Ohio St. N.Y. Yankees 3, Boston 1 Tuesday, May 2: Ottawa at N.Y. Rangers, 4 p.m. Sunday, April 30: St. Louis at Nashville, 12 p.m.
Seattle 8, Detroit 0 Thursday, May 4: Ottawa at N.Y. Rangers, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 2: St. Louis at Nashville, 6:30 p.m.
last season were acquired via the 1970Raymond Chester, Morgan St. Texas 14, Minnesota 3 x-Saturday, May 6: N.Y. Rangers at Ottawa, TBD x-Friday, May 5: Nashville at St. Louis, TBD
draft or as rookie free agents. 1969Art Thoms, DT, Syracuse Toronto at St. Louis, ppd. x-Tuesday, May 9: Ottawa at N.Y. Rangers, TBD x-Sunday, May 7: St. Louis at Nashville, TBD
Angels 8, Oakland 5 x-Thursday, May 11: N.Y. Rangers at Ottawa, TBD x-Tuesday, May 9: Nashville at St. Louis, TBD

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LYNCH KERR Were not trying to get him healthy


just so he can coach us in the playoffs.
Continued from page 11 Continued from page 11 We want him healthy so he can
Lynchs 245 broken tackles since the start of the 2013 sea- Its not easy, but its not insurmountable. This one, we will
live an everyday life as normal as he can.
son are 66 more than any other player in that span, according overcome it. And those arent just words, thats the truth. I Kevin Durant
to Pro Football Focus. wouldnt put a time on it but thats how I feel, Myers said.
I think hes the most physical guy Ive played against, Certain diagnoses you are forced to accept entirely and know ically. In this case it takes on a different life when its public
Mack said. I remember playing against him, I believe, my sec- that there isnt a solution. There is a solution for this, weve and youre just worried about someone as a human being, not
ond season. They ran a power right at me. I remember that play. just got to find it. as the Warriors coach, but as a friend.
Youre talking about one of the most physical guys Ive played The Warriors have been inundated with emails from For now, top assistant Mike Brown is leading the way with
against, running back-wise. strangers offering names of doctors, ideas and advice on how an experienced coaching staff and veteran team as the Warriors
The 31-year-old Lynch averaged 3.8 yards per carry in his to help Kerr, who is beloved as not only a coach but as an out- wait to learn their next opponent the Los Angeles Clippers
limited action in 2015 before retiring. Before that, he was one spoken person committed to important and wide-ranging or Utah after sweeping Portland in four games.
of the games top running backs, with more than 1,200 yards issues. Brown and Kerr are in constant communication, including
rushing in each of the previous four seasons. We want him healthy for the rest of his life, Kevin Durant after the Jazz took a 3-2 series lead with a win Tuesday night.
His production in Oakland should be helped by running said. Thats what our main concern is. Were not trying to get Brown is prepared to coach the Warriors into the second round
behind a line that had three Pro Bowlers last season in left tack- him healthy just so he can coach us in the playoffs. We want until Kerr is able to return.
le Donald Penn, left guard Kelechi Osemele and center Rodney him healthy so he can live an everyday life as normal as he Steves going to be a part of this process all the time,
Hudson. In his final year with the Seahawks, Lynch averaged can. Brown said. Really, almost before I do anything Im going
just 1.1 yards per carry before contact, the lowest for any back This is heart-wrenching for Myers. He and Kerr are close to consult with him. The only time I wont consult with him
with at least 100 carries, according to Pro Football Focus. friends who talk every day, and not just about basketball. He is probably during the game, at least I dont want the NBA to
For his career, Lynch has rushed for 9,112 yards and 74 touch- supported Kerr when the reigning Coach of the Year had to know Ive got a little chip right here (in neck) that I can com-
downs. miss the initial 43 games last season, including an NBA municate with him in in-game situations. Well keep that
Lynch was born and raised in Oakland and played college ball record 24-0 start. among us.
nearby at California. He still has strong ties to the area through Its so hard to separate that part from the Warriors basket- Because Kerr is so great about sharing the workload and tak-
his Beast Mode company and would be a welcome addition for a ball team, Myers said, because in any other profession its ing all ideas and insights into account, the Warriors are in
fan base still stung by the teams pending move to Las Vegas private and theres not everyone in the community asking position to push forward during his absence however long
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Plant some history in your Variations may
be more
dramatic, as in
garden with an heirloom the occasional
orange flower
popping up
By Lee Reich
among the reds
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
from a packet of
Gift zinnias, an
Youre rummaging in the attic, in great grandmas steam-
heirloom variety
er trunk, and you come upon a dusty old packet of garden
from Russia. In
balsam seeds. An heirloom!
some styles of
This heirlooms probably more valuable for the picture
garden, a blowsy
on the packet than for the seeds, which probably have lost
look is preferred
their vitality. You could, though, if you wanted, get your
to rigid
hands on heirloom plants that would grow.
uniformity.
Heirloom plants are those that have been handed down
from generation to generation as saved seeds or pieces of
stems or roots. These varieties produce nostalgia for
bygone times and the plants particular qualities. Colors of
heirloom flowers, for example, often are soft, as subdued as
those in old-fashioned, hand-colored photos.
The muted colors of heirloom plants are counterbalanced
in many cases by bold fragrances and flavors. Modern sweet
peas may sport flashy and abundant blooms, but are almost
scentless compared with the honey-sweet sprays of Black
Knight sweet peas, introduced in 1898.
Of course, bold scents or flavors are not for everyone. You
might not like the spicy, tart flavor of a Spitzenburg apple.
No matter: Choose from among thousands of other heir-
loom apple varieties and flavors. Modern varieties of
fruit and vegetables generally have been bred for mild fla-
vors that appeal a little to everyone but not strongly to
anyone.

VARIATION FROM PLANT TO PLANT


With a more casual growth habit than modern hybrids,
heirlooms wont give the ordered look of a brigade of sol-
diers when planted en masse. Plant-to-plant variations of
heirloom flowers may be subtle, as in the almost uniform
stand of blue flowers from a seed packet of Blue Boy bache-
lors buttons a variety grown by Thomas Jefferson. Or
the variations may be more dramatic, as in the occasional
orange flower popping up among the reds from a packet of
Gift zinnias, an heirloom variety from Russia. In some
styles of garden, a blowsy look is preferred to rigid unifor-
mity.
Heirloom plants also dont march in step like soldiers.
Plants from a packet of Golden Bantam corn, a delectable
See HEIRLOOM, Page 18
18 Thursday April 27, 2017 SUBURBAN LIVING THE DAILY JOURNAL

sion on the Baylands proposal. The policy of the council is that we will

BRISBANE
year elections to align their schedule with
the state. We have said on the council that we are put the Baylands to a public vote and it is up
Lentz said he believes residents would not endeavoring to focus on the Baylands over to the discussion of the council over what
have taken issue with council term lengths the summer, and now that we know there that would look like and what we will be
Continued from page 1 if not for the transformative development will be an election in 2017, it is incumbent asking the voters, said Liu.
proposed along the citys Baylands. on the council to make sure that process Lentz said the scope of influence the vote
Residents last month collected and filed If the Baylands wasnt before the coun- doesnt get delayed and can move forward as could swing between merely advisory on the
with county Elections officials the requisite cil, I dont think there would have been a efficiently as possible, she said. councils final decision or ultimately have
signatures making councilmembers recon- discussion, he said. Liu and Lentz agreed the current council the power to approve or reject the proposal.
sider their decision to lengthen terms by six Councilmembers are in the process of should strive to make a decision on the mat- Considering the influence the project, Liu
months. Councilmembers may accept the examining a proposal by Universal ter because they have worked as a unit said officials will give considerable care
referendum, or reject it and force a fall elec- Paragon Corporation to build 4,000 new through studying the variety of economic over the coming months to crafting and pre-
tion on the issue. homes, almost 7 million square feet of com- and environmental impacts tied to the proj- senting a vision they believe is most suit-
Councilman Cliff Lentz said since the mercial space and a variety of additional ect. able for Brisbane and the region.
hands of officials have been effectively amenities on a 660-acre site hugging the Officials have previously said following a It is one of the most important potential
forced, they should accept the outcome and San Mateo and San Francisco county line. council decision, residents will likely have projects in the Bay Area, she said. It has
begin looking ahead. Officials are in the process of studying the an opportunity to vote on the Baylands pro- local and regional ramifications and a
I dont think there really is a position to variety of potential impacts tied to the proj- posal as well. Uncertainty remains over the potential for us to be a role model in terms
take except that the community has spoken ect and are planning to begin formally sway a final vote may have though, said of development. As for what that develop-
and we need to listen to that direction and weighing the initiative with the intent of Lentz and Liu. ment will look like, we will certainly have a
hold the council election in 2017, he said. making a decision by the summer. They agreed great attention will be given discussion with the rest of the council.
The requirement to shift election years is Mayor Lori Liu said she believed with a during summer deliberations to hashing out The Brisbane City Council meets 7:30
generated by a recent bill forcing cities council election on the horizon, officials the details of any ballot measure eventually p.m. Thursday, April 27, at Brisbane City
experiencing low voter turnout during odd should move more quickly to make a deci- passed along to voters. Hall, 50 Park Place.

is illegal to propagate and then distribute heirloom flowers and vegetables. Trees of

HEIRLOOM
never become one, not even in a hundred
years. Plant Snowball Hybrid marigolds or them. Antiquity (www. treesofantiquity. com),
Double Feature Hybrid cucumbers, let a few Every year, fewer and fewer heirlooms are Greenmantle Nursery (www. green-
flowers and fruits mature seeds, then plant offered for sale. More money is to be made mantlenursery.com), and Cummins Nursery
Continued from page 17 those seeds, and what do you get? Not on hybrids and patented plants. They sell (www. cumminsnursery. com) are among
Snowball Hybrid marigolds and Double for more and appeal to a wider audience, nurseries offering old-time fruit varieties.
variety dating back to 1902, ripen over the Feature Hybrid cucumbers. even if some heirlooms have dedicated So plant some heirlooms and bring a bit
course of more than a week. But plan on Hybrid seeds are made by bringing regional followings. My neighbor once of the past into your garden. Pass along
picking over a planting of modern Early together pollen and egg cells from two spe- told me of a variety of curly kale that was some cuttings of your favorite old fruits,
Sunglow Hybrid corn in just a couple of cially chosen parents. Unless you or I grow very popular among gardeners where she trees, shrubs, and perennials to your neigh-
days or youll miss peak flavor. those parents and provide for pollination, used to live in Delaware. bors and to your children. Save some seeds
we cannot perpetuate hybrid varieties. Still, heirlooms are available. Seed of favorite old varieties of vegetables and
HEIRLOOM AVAILABILITY And even if not hybrids, many of todays Savers Exchange (www.seedsavers.org) and annual flowers, and pass them along too.
Most plants offered in garden centers and plants could not be passed along the gener- the Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic You can never tell when they might no
through the mail are not heirlooms and will ations because they are patented. As such, it Plants are among mail-order specialists in longer be available commercially.

for Armstrongs counsel has not been

SATRIANO
officials have told us there are no reports ing and do not allege he touched the vic-
and no evidence suggesting inappropriate tims, said Wagstaffe. secured yet. Satriano will next appear in
physical contact between the former teacher Galles confirmed the school requires court May 3 for identification of counsel
and any students or any photos of our chil- and for arraignment. He remains in custody
Continued from page 1 extensive background checks of all its
and his bail has been set at $2 million,
dren involving nudity. employees and Satrianos background check
revealed no prior record. Wagstaffe con- according to Wagstaffe.
safety is the schools top priority and that Satriano was arrested Monday and is
officials are fully cooperating with law being charged with 12 felony counts of firmed the former teacher has no prior crim- Galles said in the statement that the
enforcement. using minors for sexual purposes, two inal record in San Mateo County. school will continue to offer support to the
When we learned a teacher may have counts of child molestation, attempted Satriano appeared in court Wednesday St. Matthews community.
engaged in inappropriate conduct, we child molestation and possession of child with attorney Michael Armstrong, who We continue to offer support and
proactively notified the San Mateo Police pornography. His charges of child molesta- recently represented former Stanford resources to our entire community, particu-
Department and removed the teacher from tion involve Satriano allegedly giving the University student Brock Turner in a sexual larly the affected children and their fami-
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MULLIN
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has proposed legislation with similar
intentions, although his Senate Bill 568
would move presidential primaries to the
Assemblyman Matthew Harper, R-Costa
Mesa, voted against AB 84 during
Wednesdays hearing in the committee of
Hampshire to host primaries first enables
candidates from more modest backgrounds
to compete, he said.
third Tuesday in March or even earlier which he is vice chair. Citing prior experi- So how can California continue to remain
should the governor so chose. ments with moving the primary to March, relevant? Aside from voting, Harper noted
races are consolidated in March. All other Both proposals have garnered the support Harper noted it hasnt always been in the Californians make waves with campaign
gubernatorial primaries would continue to of Republican and Democratic lawmakers, best interest of long-term voter engage- contributions.
be held in June. as well Secretary of State Alex Padilla, ment. Following early primaries,
Its one of two proposals currently wind- To say California doesnt have clout,
Californias top elections official. California experienced extremely low thats certainly not true. We have very sig-
ing through the historically blue states While Mullins and Laras proposals both turnout for the general election as well as
Legislature that were partially inspired by nificant clout when it comes to the donors,
seek to raise the states sway in who ulti- during gubernatorial races where critical Harper said. That is a part of peoples influ-
President Donald Trumps rise to power. mately faces off in the general election, positions in Congress and the Legislature
Iowa and New Hampshire, which vote ence on the process.
they differ in approach. At some point, are decided. But Mullin contends elections cant just
even earlier than the March primaries theyll have to marry the two or seek the
known as Super Tuesdays, are often looked The author means well, hes sticking up be about candidates expecting donations,
governors input on which method is prefer- for California and I understand his reason they need to address issues pertinent to
to as highly influential in a candidates cam- able.
paign. for it. But I think theres turnout concerns, I California voters. He agreed he doesnt want
With much of California already moving think theres issues with the overall presi- to create an avalanche of states competing
toward voting by mail, Mullin said moving
Making history or learning from it dential process in frontloading with high to move up their primaries to the earliest
to a March primary could bolster the Golden Neither proposal is an extraordinary population states, I dont think its neces- possible date. But launching California
States influence on which candidates make prospect as California has experimented sarily making California more influential into Super Tuesday after giving some of the
the November ticket. with varying primary dates. For decades in by moving it up, Harper said. smaller states a chance to weigh in strikes a
The efforts seek to encourage potential the early 1900s, the state bounced between He noted California was close to influenc- balance, he said.
candidates to heed California voters inter- May presidential primaries and August ing the nominee landscape last election. California has experimented in the past
ests by joining other Super Tuesday states. gubernatorial primaries. In 1946, the June However, Republican U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz with mixed success and there is no guarantee
Moving the consolidated presidential pri- primary date stuck and voters ran with it for dropped out in May just before California that California will somehow be decisive in
mary would also encourage candidates to nearly 50 years. But primary competitions voters filled out ballots, paving the way for selecting the nominees, Mullin said.
consider California as more than a pocket- for the Oval Office in 1996, 2000 and 2004 Trump to earn the nomination. What I would say, is it most certainly
book for campaign contributions. were moved to March, according to data Harper also noted the high cost of run- increases the likelihood of California votes
Instead, contenders would consider from the Secretary of States Office. ning a campaign in a state as large as counting in the presidential nominating
issues that are important to California; It was when former President Barack California might turn some away early. contest.
whether its housing issues, transportation, Obama made history in 2008 that California
the environment, tech, these are all impor- tried a new, albeit arguably flawed, bifurcat-
tant to California. These issues will often ed primary. Legislators opted to host a
be ignored in the national conversation February presidential primary that boasted a
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Mullins Assembly Bill 84 now heads to abysmal 28.2 percent turnout, according to
the Assembly floor for a vote before transi- the Secretary of States Office. That split
tioning to the state Senate where another primary also led to higher costs with coun-
bill is moving through the legislative ties elections offices having to host three
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Why tax cut may not deliver boost
WHO BENEFITS?
Its hard to say because the administration has released
flow to the wealthy lawyers, hedge fund managers,
consultants and other big earners. Nearly 75 percent of THURSDAY, APRIL 27
Calendar
Francisco Main Library, 840 W.
so few details. The three new income tax rates would pass-through income flows to the 10 percent Redwood City Now and Then Orange Ave., South San Francisco. For
be 10 percent, 25 percent and 35 percent. But Trumps wealthiest taxpayers, according to the liberal Center Snapchat Workshop and Photo more information email valle@plsin-
It also does not fully embrace tax top economic adviser, Gary Cohn, and Treasury on Budget and Policy Priorities. Share. 10 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Veterans fo.org.
proposals backed by Republican Secretary Steven Mnuchin, werent ready Wednesday It would tremendously help high earners, says Brian Memorial Senior Center, 1455
to say at what income levels these new rates would Thompson, a certified public accountant in Chicago. Madison Ave., Redwood city. Bring Burlingame Library
House Speaker Paul Ryan, an essential kick in. In Kansas, Gov. Sam Brownback eliminated state taxes your photos of Redwood City Airport Foundation Book and Author
ally if the president is to make good on Tax experts said far more details were needed to on pass-throughs, which turned out to be a boon for and learn how to use Snapchat. Free. Luncheon. 10:30 a.m. to 2:30
determine how average Americans would be affected. Bill Self, the coach of the University of Kansas mens For more information call 780-7035. p.m. Green Hills Country Club, 500
his promise to deliver a tax overhaul The impact on Joe Taxpayer is unknown, said Marc basketball team. He had previously set up his own Ludeman Lane, Millbrae. 10:30 a.m.
that creates growth and brings jobs to Gerson, vice chair of the tax department of law firm company, according to state media reports. As a result, Presentation on Vision Loss and Boutique Shopping. Noon to 2:30
struggling parts of the country. Miller & Chevalier in Washington.Theres not enough he paid little state income tax despite earning nearly Aging. 10:30 a.m. San Bruno Senior p.m. Author luncheon. Reservations
specificity. Its hard for taxpayers to determine where $3 million a year. Center, 1555 Crystal Springs Road, online only
Still, I would never, ever bet theyll come out. Many people, particularly wealthy Americans, could San Bruno. For more information call at http://www.burlingamelibrary-
against this president. He will get this Cohn asserted that the plan would cut taxesespecially set up companies and reclassify their paychecks as 616-7150. foundation.org. Online auction
for low and middle income families. It purports to do business income and have it taxed at 15 percent, opens Sunday, April 2. For more infor-
done for the American people, said so in part by doubling the standard deduction, which experts say. In Kansas, the number of pass-through Disinheriting the IRS from Your mation email
Gary Cohn, director of the White is used by taxpayers who dont itemize their tax businesses jumped to more than double the level the Retirement Accounts. 10:30 a.m. debra.donaldson@comcast.net.
deductions. state expected, according to the nonpartisan Tax Policy 610 Elm St., San Carlos. Learn a five-
House National Economic Council. At the same time, the Trump plan would eliminate the Center. That cost the state revenue without spurring step action plan to protect retire- New Living Expo 2017. 11 a.m. to
He understands that there are a lot estate tax and the alternative minimum tax, thereby more job creation. ment savings from double taxation 8:15 p.m. 2495 S. Delaware St., San
people who work hard and feel like benefiting some of the richest taxpayers. And thats on Mnuchin said the Treasury would issue rules to prevent and more. For more information call Mateo. New Living Expo focuses on
top of shrinking the corporate tax rate that many wealthy people from capitalizing on the lower rate. But 401-4663. holistic and sustainable living, com-
theyre not getting ahead. affluent individuals could likely capitalize on. many experts are skeptical. munity participation with active citi-
The presidents proposal marks a WHY CUT CORPORATE TAXES? Good luck with that, said Mark Mazur, director of the Teen Job and Volunteer Fair. 3:30 zenship and provides a harmonious
By making corporations more profitable, the Trump nonpartisan Tax Policy Center and a former Treasury p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Belmont Library, forum that honors cultural heritage,
rehash of an economic theory popular- administration hopes to encourage more business official under President Barack Obama. The tax 1110 Alameda de la Pulgas, Belmont. spiritual expression, artistic creation,
ized in the 1980s. Trump officials spending on equipment from computers to agencies tend to be at least a couple of steps behind For more information email education and positive social trans-
factories and machinery. the businesses. figard@smcl.org. formation. Tickets start at $20. For
essentially argue that benefits from Doing so, in turn, could make the economy more HOW ELSE WOULD BIG BUSINESSES BENEFIT? more information go to
the tax cuts will trickle down from efficient and accelerate growth and hiring. Economic The administration is also proposing to tax only Community Poetry Celebration. 7 www.newlivingexpo.com.
higher profits for companies into growth has been stuck at about 2 percent a year since corporate income earned in the United States. This is p.m. to 9 p.m. 1110 Alameda de las
the recession ended in 2009. Mnuchin says the known as a territorial system. It would replace the Pulgas, Belmont. Celebrate National Maritime Day at The History
stronger pay raises for workers and administration wants to accelerate it above 3 percent, current worldwide system, under which corporations Poetry Month with local poets and Museum. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. San
greater consumer spending. This a pace it hasnt touched since 2005. pay tax on income earned in the U.S. and overseas. Belmont Poet Laureate Tanu Mateo County History Museum, 2200
The corporate tax cuts are also intended to encourage Yet companies can avoid the tax if they keep their Wakefield. Winners of the annual Broadway, Redwood City. Free event.
expected surge in growth, in theory, more businesses to stay in the United States, which foreign earnings overseas. Many businesses have kept contest will be announced and the Highlights the Charles Parsons Ships
would be enough to keep the federal now has the highest corporate rate among advanced hundreds of billions of dollars outside the United States. whole community is invited to bring of the World exhibit gallery. Children
economies. Mnuchin said Trumps plan would encourage a favorite poem to share. All ages. will be invited to design their own
budget deficit from shooting upward. Many large corporations are enthusiastic about lower corporations to return the money to the United States Refreshments will be provided. For model ships, design cargo, create
Some economists agree, but most rates and say they support the elimination of loopholes, and invest it in plants and equipment. Some analysts more information contact 591-8286. miniature lighthouses, learn about
budget experts say its unlikely. which both reduce revenue and make taxes more counter that corporations might instead use the money knot tying and more. For more infor-
complicated. to pay dividends to shareholders. FRIDAY, APRIL 28 mation go to www.historysmc.org.
Unfortunately, it seems the admin- WHOD BENEFIT FROM THE CORPORATE RATE CUT? WHAT ABOUT THE DEFICIT AND GROWTH? Senior Showcase Information Fair.
istration is using economic growth Aside from most large companies, many partnerships The governments budget deficit could explode under 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 20 Twin Pines Lane, LGBTQ+ Clothing Swap. 11 a.m. to 1
and small businesses would benefit because theyre the plan, offsetting many of the benefits for the Belmont. Visit over 30 booths to learn p.m. 1021 S. El Camino Real, San
like magic beans the cheap solution structured as pass-throughs, which derives from the economy, economists say. The Committee for a about senior resources and services. Mateo. Please ensure clothes are
to all our problems, said Maya fact that they pass on their profits to their owners. Responsible Federal Budgets rough estimate puts the Goody bags, giveaways, refresh- washed. For more information con-
Those owners now pay individual income tax rates, loss of revenue at $5.5 trillion over 10 years. ments and blood pressure check. tact gilbert@acs-teens.org.
MacGuineas, president of the non-par- which top out at 39.6 percent. With the pass-through Mnuchin argued that the tax cuts would spur faster Free. For more information call 344-
tisan Committee for a Responsible rate dropped to 15 percent, those taxpayers could growth, which, in turn, would produce more tax 5200. Homemade Cleaning Products.
Federal Budget. But there is no golden enjoy an enormous tax cut. revenue. And the elimination of tax deductions and Noon. South San Francisco Main
The Trump team stressed the benefits that might flow other loopholes would raise revenue as well, he Beginning Chess for Adults. 10 a.m. Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South
goose at the top of the tax cut to small businesses. But the richest windfalls would contended. to noon. San Carlos Library, 610 Elm San Francisco. For more information
beanstalk, just mountains of debt. St., San Carlos. For more information email valle@plsinfo.org.
Trumps plan resembles aspects of call 591-0341 ext. 237.
job to be subsidizing the states, said Fiesta Cinco de Mayo at Hillsdale
the tax ideas he campaigned on last co de s i n ce 1 9 8 6 . Shopping Center. 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Career and Resources Fair. 10 a.m.
year. The right-learning Tax The possibility of a deficit increase, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin. to 2 p.m. Sobrato Center for Hillsdale Shopping Center, 60 E. 31st
unacceptable to some Republicans, The administration has emphasized Nonprofits, 350 Twin Dolphin Drive, Ave., San Mateo. For more informa-
Foundation estimated that, even after Redwood Shores. Free event for job tion visit hillsdale.com.
accounting for growth, the Trump cam- means that Trump would need to attract that the plan is focused on simplifying seekers. Sponsored by
Democratic support to make the over- the tax code and helping middle class Phase2Careers. Offers a variety of Branner Spangenberg Gallery:
paign plan would put a $2.6 to $3.9 services: opportunity to meet local Julie Brookmans Work opening
trillion hole in the budget over 10 haul permanent. Americans. The median U.S. house- employers, free resume reviews, and reception. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. 275A
years. Senate Democrats say his plan tilts hold income is slightly above career workshops. For more informa- Linden Street, Redwood City. Runs
its benefits to the wealthy, including $50,000 annually. tion visit www.phase2careers.org. through June 5 on weekends from 1
We know this is difficult, Cohn to 4 p.m. For more information email
said. We know what were asking for Trump himself. The real estate mag- In a boon for wealthier taxpayers, it Peninsula Family Service Spanish info@brannerspangenberggallery.co
nate might save millions of dollars in would repeal the 3.8 percent tax on Senior Peer Counseling Open m.
is a big bite. House. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 2600
Despite the details provided his personal taxes because of the investment income from President Middlefield Road, Redwood City. Kat Parra World Jazz Ensemble. 3
changes. Barack Obamas health care law Become a Spanish Senior Peer p.m. 1100 Alameda de las Pulgas,
Wednesday, the proposal leaves sig- Counselor. Ages 55 and up. For more Belmont. Kat Parras music touches
nificant open questions that could This is an unprincipled tax plan The proposal has yet to be vetted for information contact 403-4300 ext. on Latin and World Jazz styles and
affect its impact on taxpayers and the that will result in cuts for the one per- its precise impact on top earners, as 4389. incorporates rhythm and danceable
cent, conflicts for the president, crip- several specifics are still being deter- sounds. For more information con-
economy. Donuts, and Dunkin, with Dave. 11 tact belmont@smcl.org.
The administration has yet to decide pling debt for America and crumbs for mined. a.m. to 2 p.m. Dunkin Donuts. 180 S.
the working people, said Sen. Ron On the corporate side, the top mar- Airport Blvd., South San Francisco. Film Screening: Daze of Justice.
the incomes at which the new personal Join Supervisor Dave Pine for a cup 6:30 p.m. College of San Mateo
tax rates 10 percent, 25 percent and Wyden, or Oregon, ranking Democrat ginal tax rate would fall from 35 per- of coffee and doughnuts to share Theatre, 1700 W. Hillsdale Blvd., San
on the Finance Committee. cent to 15 percent. Small businesses thoughts on San Mateo County Mateo. A $10 donation is requested,
35 percent would apply, meaning issues. For more information call 363- but parking is free. For more informa-
that some Americans might see their The Trump proposal would double that account for their owners personal 4571. tion email suc@smccd.edu.
taxes increase if they get bumped into the standard deduction for married cou- incomes would see their top tax rate go
ples to more than $24, 000, while from 39.6 percent to that corporate tax Money Saving Apps. Noon. South More Joy! 7:30 p.m. 3300 Alpine
a higher bracket. It also has yet to San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Road, Portola Valley. The five-piece
spell out how the plan would stop keeping deductions for charitable giv- rate of 15 percent. Mnuchin said the Orange Ave., South San Francisco. For folk music group returns to Portola
ing and mortgage interest payments. change for small business owners a more information email valle@plsin- Valley for a concert featuring songs
wealthier Americans from exploiting a fo.org. from Bob Dylan, the Dixie Chicks,
lower corporate rate to reduce their On the other hand, it would trim group that under the current definition Loggins and Messina, Linda Ronstadt
other deductions, including for state could include doctors, lawyers and New Living Expo 2017. 4 p.m. to and old country favorites. Tickets
own taxes. 9:15 p.m. 2495 S. Delaware St., San available at the door. For more infor-
Admi n i s t rat i o n o ffi ci al s i n t en d and local tax payments, a change that even major real estate companies mation contact 327-5206.
Mateo. New Living Expo focuses on
t o fi n al i ze det ai l s wi t h memb ers o f could alienate lawmakers in states such would be done in a way that would holistic and sustainable living, com-
as California and New York with high- ensure wealthier Americans could not munity participation with active citi- SUNDAY, APRIL 30
t h e Ho us e an d Sen at e i n t h e co mi n g zenship and provides a harmonious SMAC Out Cancer. 7:30 a.m. to 12:30
week s fo r wh at wo ul d b e t h e fi rs t er state taxes. exploit the change to pay less than forum that honors cultural heritage, p.m. 1700 W. Hillsdale Blvd. Building
Its not the federal governments intentioned in taxes. spiritual expression, artistic creation, 5, San Mateo. Swim, run and do yoga
mas s i v e rewri t e o f t h e U. S. t ax education and positive social trans- with Olympians while making a tan-
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p.m. 1100 Alameda de las Pulgas, Show. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Half Moon
Belmont. For more information con- Bay Airport, 9850 Highway 1, Half
tact belmont@smcl.org. Moon Bay. Showcase of motorized
mechanical vehicles and cars on dis-
SATURDAY, APRIL 29 play. There will be skydiving perform-
San Bruno American Legion Post ances, monster truck drivers, single-
409 All-You-Can-Eat Monthly wheel unimotorcycle drag racing
Breakfast. 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. 757 and more. To register a car, it is $40.
San Mateo Ave., San Bruno. $10 for Spectator admission is $25 for adults,
adults and $6 for children 12 and $15 for ages 11-17 and seniors, free
under. Breakfasts are on the last for kids age 10 and under. For more
Saturday of the month. information and to register visit
http://dreammachines.mira-
Belmont Earth Day Celebration. 9 marevents.com/registration.html.
a.m. to noon. 1 Twin Pines Lane,
Belmont. E-waste drop off, compost New Living Expo 2017. Noon to
giveaway, booths, childrens activities 7:15 p.m. 2495 S. Delaware St., San
and more. For more information con- Mateo. New Living Expo focuses on
tact dlynn@belmont.gov. holistic and sustainable living, com-
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Friends of the San Bruno Library zenship and provides a harmonious
Book Sale. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 701 forum that honors cultural heritage,
Angus Ave., San Bruno. Bring your spiritual expression, artistic creation,
own bag and fill it up to the brim education and positive social trans-
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RIGGER HELPER, full time, benefits, Call terns have progressed in time into
paid correspondents and full-time re-
The following person is doing business
as: Adrian Floors, 1536 Sharon Place,
SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Registered
will train. Clean DMV. Lifting 50
pounds. 415-798-0021 (650)777-9000 porters. Owner: Adrian Albino Linares, 850 Clear
Field Drive, Millbrae, CA 94030. The
business is conducted by an Individual.
College students or recent graduates The registrants commenced to transact
SALES/MARKETING
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper business under the FBN on Sep. 22,
2006.
INTERNSHIPS experience is preferred but not neces- /s/Adrian Albino Linares/
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking sarily required. This statement was filed with the Asses-
for ambitious interns who are eager to sor-County Clerk on 4/4/2017. (Publish-
jump into the business arena with both ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs Please send a cover letter describing 4/6/17, 4/13/17, 4/20/17, 4/27/17).
of the newspaper and media industries. your interest in newspapers, a resume
This position will provide valuable and three recent clips. Before you ap-
experience for your bright future. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
Email resume ply, you should familiarize yourself STATEMENT #273106
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www.smdailyjournal.com. as: Mindful Youth, 2123 Coronet Blvd.,
BELMONT, CA 94002. Registered Own-
SALES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales er: Ellen McCarty, same address. The
Representative needed to sell newspa- Send your information via e-mail to business is conducted by an Individual.
per print and web advertising and event The registrants commenced to transact
marketing solutions. To apply, please call news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- business under the FBN on 03/01/2011.
650-344-5200 and send resume to ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- /s/Ellen McCarty/
info@smdailyjournal.com gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 4/11/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
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Career Fair
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME NOTICE OF PETITION TO
STATEMENT #272828 STATEMENT #273070 ADMINISTER ESTATE OF
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business Robert L. Voedisch
as: Color and Grain Photography, 1525 as: RCG Architecture, 2074 Kehoe Ave, Case Number: 17PRO00347
Lodi Ave, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Reg- SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Registered
Owner: Robert Gooyer, same address. To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
istered Owner: Rosa Guerra, same ad- tingent creditors, and persons who may
dress. The business is conducted by an The business is conducted by an Individ-
Individual. The registrants commenced ual. The registrants commenced to otherwise be interested in the will or es-
to transact business under the FBN on transact business under the FBN on tate, or both, of Robert L. Voedisch. A
03/20/17. Petition for Probate has been filed by
/s/Rosa Guerra/ /s/Robert Gooyer/ Darcy Voedisch aka Darcy Weir in the
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- Superior Court of California, County of
sor-County Clerk on 3/20/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 4/7/2017. (Publish- San Mateo. The Petition for Probate re-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17, 5/11/17). quests that Darcy Voedisch a.k.a. Darcy
4/6/17, 4/13/17, 4/20/17, 4/27/17). Voedisch-Weir be appointed as personal
representative to administer the estate of
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME the decedent.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #273102 The petition requests authority to admin-
STATEMENT #273024 The following person is doing business ister the estate under the Independent
The following person is doing business as: Red Circle Hot Pan, 1230 El Camino
as: Crme Brewlee, 2948 A,B,C S.Nor- Administration of Estates Act. (This au-
Real, Suite J, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. thority will allow the personal representa-
folk Street, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered Owners: 1)Zheng Xiong Li,
Registered Owner: TF Investment Hold- tive to take many actions without obtain-
67 Elder Ave., Millbrae, CA 94030 2)Yun
ing Corp., CA. The business is conduct- Yin Li, same address. The business is ing court approval. Before taking certain
ed by a Corporation. The registrants conducted by a General Partnership. very important actions, however, the per-
commenced to transact business under The registrants commenced to transact sonal representative will be required to
the FBN on 04/04/2017. business under the FBN on give notice to interested persons unless
/s/Sau Fan Cheung/ they have waived notice or consented to
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Zheng Xiong Li/ the proposed action.) The independent
sor-County Clerk on 4/3/2017. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses- administration authority will be granted
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 4/11/2017. (Publish- unless an interested person files an ob-
4/6/17, 4/13/17, 4/20/17, 4/27/17). ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,

Tuesday, May 23rd FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME


4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17, 5/11/17).
jection to the petition and shows good
cause why the court should not grant the
authority.

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10am - 1pm STATEMENT #273035
The following person is doing business
as: Good Stuff Distributor Inc., 131 West
Harris Street, SOUTH SAN FRANCIS-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #273215
The following person is doing business
as: Lunula, 401 Primrose Road, Suite B,
A hearing on the petition will be held in
this court as follows: MAY 15, 2017 at
9:00 a.m., Department 28, Superior
Court of California, County of San Mateo,
Bay Area Entrepreneur Center CO, CA 94080. Registered Owner: Good
Stuff Distributor Inc., CA. The business
BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Registered
Owner: Tiffany Mo, 2269 Kent St., San
400 County Center, Redwood City, CA
94063.
is conducted by a Corporation. The reg- Mateo, CA 94403. The business is con-
If you object to the granting of the peti-
458 San Mateo Avenue istrants commenced to transact business
under the FBN on N/A.
ducted by an Individual. The registrants
commenced to transact business under tion, you should appear at the hearing
/s/Nabil Chehade/ the FBN on 04/01/2017. and state your objections or file written
San Bruno, CA 94066 This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 4/5/2017. (Publish-
/s/Tiffany Mo/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
objections with the court before the hear-
ing. Your appearance may be in person
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 4/19/2017. (Publish- or by your attorney.
t'SFFBENJTTJPO 4/13/17, 4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17). ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17, 5/11/17). itor of the decedent, you must file your
claim with the court and mail a copy to
t%JTDPWFSSFTPVSDFTUPIFMQ
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME the personal representative appointed by
STATEMENT #273118 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
The following person is doing business STATEMENT #273230 the court within the later of either (1) four
EFWFMPQZPVSDBSFFS as: Parade, 19 Davis Drive, BELMONT,
CA 94002. Registered Owner: Dray
The following person is doing business
as: TR Estate Care, 2034 Goodwin Ave-
months from the date of first issuance of
letters to a general personal representa-
Technologies Inc., DE. The business is nue, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. Reg- tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
t.FFUSFDSVJUFSTBOEIJSJOH conducted by a Corporation. The regis-
trants commenced to transact business
istered Owner: Todd Bohaboy, same ad-
dress. The business is conducted by an
Calilfornia Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
from the date of mailing or personal de-
Individual. The registrants commenced
NBOBHFSTXIPBSFIJSJOHOPX under the FBN on .
/s/Anthony Sutardja/
to transact business under the FBN on
N/A..
livery to you of a notice under sectioin
9052 of the Callifornia Probate
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Todd Bohaboy/ Code.Other California statutes and legal
t'VMMUJNF QBSUUJNFBOETFBTPOBM sor-County Clerk on 4/12/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 4/20/2017. (Publish-
authority may affect your rights as a
creditor. You may want to consult with an
QPTJUJPOT 4/13/17, 4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17). ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
4/27/17, 5/4/17, 5/11/17, 5/18/17).
attorney knowledgable in California law.
You may examine the file kept by the
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME court. If you are a person interested in
'PSJOGPSNBUJPODBMM650-344-5200 STATEMENT #273128
The following person is doing business
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME the estate, you may file with the court a
STATEMENT #273259 Request for Special Notice (form DE-
TNEBJMZKPVSOBMDPNDBSFFSGBJS as: Spicy Heaven Restaurant, 35 East
3rd Ave, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Reg-
The following person is doing business
as: Urbantech Properties, 555 Laurel
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
praisal of estate assets or of any petition
istered Owner: Spicy Heaven, LLC, CA. Ave #408, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. or account as provided in Probate Code
The business is conducted by a Limited Registered Owner: Loidene Kent, same
Liability Company. The registrants com- section 1250. A Request for Special No-
address. The business is conducted by tice form is available from the court clerk.
menced to transact business under the an Individual. The registrants com-
Attorney for Petitioner:
Are you hiring? FBN on 4/12/2017.
/s/Zhang Min Bai/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
menced to transact business under the
FBN on N/A..
/s/Loidene Kent/
Alexander M. Biddle, Esq.
Biddle Law
sor-County Clerk on 4/12/2017. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses- 1900 S. Norfolk St #350
To participate in Career Fair call 650-344-5200 ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
4/13/17, 4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17).
sor-County Clerk on 4/24/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
SAN MATEO, CA 94403
(650) 532-3470
4/27/17, 5/4/17, 5/11/17, 5/18/17). FILED: 4/7/17
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
nal on 4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17)

The Future STATEMENT #272767 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME


The following person is doing business STATEMENT #273201
as: All the Right Connections, 1039 Cali- The following person is doing business
fornia Dr, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. as: Meal So Good, 113 Garnet Ave.,
Registered Owner: Dave Schnell, 924 #2 SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered

of local news content Chulavista Ave, BURLINGAME, CA


94010. The business is conducted by an
Individual. The registrants commenced
Owners: 1) Emebel Tesfahun, 1048 Con-
tinentals Way #24, Belmont, CA 94002
2)Tefferi Mogus Brook, same address.
The business is conducted by a General ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
to transact business under the FBN on
Partnershipl. The registrants com- CHANGE OF NAME
is actually right here in the present, as it has been for centuries The local community Jan 1, 1989.
/s/Dave Schnell/ menced to transact business under the CASE# 17CIV01191
FBN on N/A.
newspaper. We ignore the naysayers and shun the "experts" when it comes to the "demise" of This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Emebet Tesfahun/
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
sor-County Clerk on 3/15/2017. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
the newspaper industry. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 4/18/2017. (Publish- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17, 5/11/17). ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
4/27/17, 5/4/17, 5/11/17, 5/18/17). PETITION OF
The leading local daily news resource for the You will be offering a wide variety of FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Darryl Marke Robinson
STATEMENT #273119 TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
SF Peninsula seeks an entreprenuerial marketing solutions including print advertising, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Petitioner: Darryl Marke Robinson filed a
The following person is doing business STATEMENT #273104
as: Sugarfoot Tattoo Shop, 277 Baldwin The following person is doing business
petition with this court for a decree
Advertising Account Exec to sell advertising inserts, graphic design, niche publications, Ave, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Regis- as: Bushwackers Barbershop, 1024 6th changing name as follows:
tered Owner: Natasha Pritchett, 112 Avenue, BELMONT, CA 94002. Regis- Present name: Darryl Marke Robinson
and marketing solutions to local businesses. online advertising, event marketing, social media South Fremont St., SAN MATEO, CA tered Owner: Yikuno Copeland, same Proposed Name: Darryl Adonis Robinson
94401. The business is conducted by an address. The business is conducted by THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
We are looking for a special person to join our and whatever else we come up with if as the Individual. The registrants commenced an Individual. The registrants com- interested in this matter shall appear be-
to transact business under the FBN on menced to transact business under the
team for an immediate opening. industry continues its evolution and our paper Oct. 27, 2011. FBN on 2/05.
fore this court at the hearing indicated
/s/Natasha Pritchett/
below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
You must be community-minded, action- continues its upward trajectory. This statement was filed with the Asses-
/s/Yikuno Copeland/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
tition for change of name should not be
sor-County Clerk on 4/12/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 4/11/2017. (Publish- granted. Any person objecting to the
oriented, customer-focused, and without fail, a Experience with print advertising and online ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, name changes described above must file
4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17, 5/11/17). 4/27/17, 5/4/17, 5/11/17, 5/18/17). a written objection that includes the rea-
self starter. You will be responsible for sales marketing a plus. But we will consider a sons for the objection at least two court
days before the matter is scheduled to
and account management activities associated candidate with little or no sales experience as be heard and must appear at the hearing
to show cause why the petition should
with either a territory or vertical category. long as you have these traits:
LEGAL NOTICES
not be granted. If no written objection is
timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
t)VOHFSGPSTVDDFTTt"CJMJUZUPBEBQUUPDIBOHF petition shall be held on 5/10/17 at 9
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
t1SPmDJFODZXJUIDPNQVUFSTBOEDPNGPSUXJUIOVNCFST Fictitious Business Name Statements, Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
Order to Show Cause shall be published
t(FOFSBMCVTJOFTTBDVNFOBOEDPNNPOTFOTFNBSLFUJOHBCJMJUJFT Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, at least once each week for four succes-
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
ing on the petition in the following news-
Join us, if you check off on these qualities and also believe in the future of newspapers. Notice of Public Sales and More. paper of general circulation:
San Mateo Daily Journal
Please email your resume to ads@smdailyjournal.com Filed: 3/29/2017
A cover letter with your views on the newspaper industry would also be helpful. Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
Judge of the Superior Court
Dated: 3/28/2017
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 (Published 4/6/17, 4/13/17, 4/20/17,
4/27/17).
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(650)701-0276 vINTAGE G.E. radio, model c-442c $60. contact joe (650)573-5269 phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 mount for porch/level change.
claim (650)714-8893 (650)421-5469 36Hx78L & 20L. $99 (650)483-3738.
SOFA BED Recliner (double), beige, 76" vASE WITH flowers 2 piece good for the
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LOST - MY COLLAPSIBLE music stand, Good condition. $50 Call 650.952.3466
clip lights, and music in black bags were
Cashiers Check (any) from the 1980s. (650)421-5469 318 Sports Equipment
taken from my car in Foster City and may SOFA GREEN, cream, sage plaid. 96" vINTAGE WHITE Punch Bowl/Serving
Seeking a copy of any old cashiers vINTAGE zENITH radio, model L516b Excellent condition. $90 Call Bowl Set with 10 cups plus one extra 15 SF Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds,
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your old bank docs? Willing to pay you 304 Furniture TEAK-vENEER COMPUTER desk with
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obo. (650)465-2344 (650)771-6324
12/18. Broadway, Redwood City. at (650)255-4780. ANTIqUE DINING table for six people cellent condition. $40; San Carlos
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THOMASvILLE BEvELED mirror 22" x 311 Musical Instruments
LOST CAT Our Felicity, weighs 7 lbs, 12" $50. Call (650)834-4833
ANTIqUE GLASS Hutch. Cherry Wood.
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(510)784-2598
met $25 obo (650)591-6842
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8745. She drinks water out of her paws. (650)784-3243 The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
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tion. $45. (650)598-9804. 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 used only twice. $80. 650-341-1728
FLAT COMPUTER MONITOR 21" ACE
LOST CAT. Black and White. Black LCD model X203H. good working condi- WOOD FURNITURE- one end table and
patch on right eye. REWARD. BEIGE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition ExCELLENT vIOLIN, previously owned, GOLF CLUBS {13}, Bag, & Pull Cart all--
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Call (323) 439-7713. first violinist SF Symphony, Mellow
OBO. (760)996-0767. sound. Dated 1894. $5,500/best offer.
KOGI 15 inch computer monitor. Model BRAND NEW Bookcase 72"x30" still in GOLF CLUBS, new, Warrior woods
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RECORDABLE CD-R 74, Sealed, Unop- GULBRANSEN BABY GRAND PIANO -
CHAIRS 2 Blue Good Condition $50 Appraised @ $5450., want $1800 obo,
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(650) 578 9208
OBO (650)345-5644 CHRISTMAS TREE China, Fairfield
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pieces) $75. (650)493-5026
$50. (650)593-4490
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els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 7045 vate owner, (650)349-1172 $50. (650)593-4490
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10#, $10 (650) 591-4553 (650) 583-4549
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Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 697-8481 tery-operated candles $30.00, 415-990-
STERLING SILvER Paye & Baker baby good condition, (650)341-0282.
STAR WARS one 4 orange card ac- 6134 UPRIGHT PIANO. In tune. Fair condi-
food pusher with embossed children's DINETTE TABLE with Chrome Legs: 36" tion. $300 OBO (650) 533-4886. NEW WEIGH bench With 200lbs, plus
graphic.$75 650-762-6048 tion figure, Momaw Nadon (Hammer- PORCELAIN JAPANESE Tea set, Un-
head). $8 Steve (650)518-6614 x58" (with one leaf 11 1/2") - $50. free weights. $50. (510)943-9221.San
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296 Appliances (650)578-9208. $750. Call (650)572-2337
302 Antiques DINETTE TABLE, 3 adjustable leaf.$30. PRINCE TENNIS 2 section nylon black
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excellent condition $20.00 (650)596- ANTIqUE ITALIAN lamp 18 high, $70 with turntable $60. (650)592-7483 $55.(650)341-8342
0513 (650)387-4002 DINING ROOM table Good Condition AIRLINE CARRIER for cats, pur. from
$90.00 or best offer ( 650)-780-0193 308 Tools Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call PURSUIT SCOOTER. $99. (650)348-
ANTIqUE TEAK CHINA cabinet and (505)228-1480 local. 2235
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brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- $250 .(650)-654-1930. CALIFORNIA CAROLINA Pups.
0898 Gd. Fam./watchdpgs. Ex.Hiking Buddy. load bars. Holds three pairs. $85, OBO
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Side Sewing Table, All original. Rose- DRESSER 4-DRAWER in Belmont for CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" $1600. (707) 980.0915.
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BTU, Commercial Cool model CANARY BIRD cage 24 x 16 for sale. SOCCER BALLS - $8.00 each (like new)
TION! $350. (650)815-8999. Call (650)678-8585 CRAFTSMAN RADIAL SAW, with cabi- $40.00 firm. Used, good condition. Call 4 available. (650)341-5347
CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces-
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20 x 16-5/8 x 33-1/2 $345. 72 x 40 , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- 22deep. $150. (650)888-2662.
(650)345-1835 ONE KENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
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OLD vINTAGE Wooden Sea Captains (650)573-5269 (650)593-2066
BISSELL BAGLESS Upright Vacuum, DRESSER- vICTORIAN. 35 tall vINTAGE ENGLISH ladies ice skates -
Model 82H1, Dual Edge Cleaning, Tool Chest 35 x 16 x 16, $65 48wide 22 deep. W/ mirror 34x42 PARROT CAGE, Steel, Large - approx
(650)591-3313 DELTA CABINET SAW with overrun ta- up to size 7-8, $40., (650)873-8167
Cleanview Hepa Filter $25 650-952- $450. (650)888-2662. 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
3500 ble. $650/obo. (650)342-6993
offer. (650)245-4084 vINTAGE NASH Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
BLACK & Decker travel iron, steam and
303 Electronics DRESSER-ART DECO. Heavy Glass. LEAF BLOWER electric 7.5 amps brand ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
Top 51 tall 36 deep 14 wide $150. new 30.00 joe, (650)573-5269 PET CARRIER, brown ,Very good condi- 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
dry $10. (650)368-0748. (650)888-2662. tion, $15.00 medium zize leave txt or call
46 MITSUBISHI Projector TV, great
condition. $400. (650)261-1541. ROUTER TABLE ryobi $ 99. like new (650)773-7201 WET SUIT - medium size, $95., call for
DRUM TABLE - brown, perfect condi- (650)573-5269 info (650)851-0878
CHEFMATE TOASTER oven, brand tion, nice design, with storage, $45.,
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316 Clothes WOMEN'S NORDICA ski boots, size 8
temperature. $25 OBO. (650)580-4763 chine s never used for small bus. $95 most attachments. $1,500/OBO. 1/2. $50 (650)592-2047
(650)992-4544. ENTERTAINMENT CENTER for $50. (650)504-0585 BLACK DOUBLE breasted suit size 38
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ESPRESSO TABLE 30 square, 40 tall, YAMAHA ROOF RACK, 58 inches $75.
COFFEE MAKER, 30 Cup (650)344-4756 (650)556-9708 Buckle. Vintage. Fair condition. $5. (650)458-3255
$95 (650)375-8021 (650)588-0842
Excel-
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COLEMAN LxE Roadtrip Grill - $100. (650)593-4490 color in excellent condition 3/4
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serted I/O tub.$250 OBO.
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(650)341-1306
mounting hardware and other parts $35.
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