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‘PACIFIC RIM’
IS STUNNING
FINAL APPROVAL
CONGRESS OKS $1.3T BUDGET, AVERTING ANOTHER
SHUTDOWN
SERRA FALLS
TO THE IRISH
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Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula


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Trump hits China with tariffs


Move could push the global heavyweights into a trade war
By Ken Thomas and Paul Wiseman It was the bold- that he said threatened national securi-
Inside est example to ty.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
date of Trump’s However, even as Trump was talking
WASHINGTON — Primed for eco- “America first” tough at the White House, his adminis-
nomic combat, President Donald agenda, the cul- tration moved to soften the sting of
Trump set in motion tariffs on as much mination of his the metal tariffs, telling Congress on
as $60 billion in Chinese imports to l o n g s t a n di n g Thursday that the European Union,
the U.S. on Thursday and accused the Stocks dive view that weak Australia, South Korea and other
on trade war fears U.S. trade poli- nations would join Canada and Mexico
Chinese of high-tech thievery, pick- after China sanctions
ing a fight that could push the global cies and enforce- in gaining an initial exemption. And
See page 10 ment have hol- that raised questions about whether his
heavyweights into a trade war.
China threatened retaliation, and lowed out the actions will match his rhetoric.
Wall Street cringed, recording one of nation’s workforce and ballooned the China responded early Friday by
the biggest drops of Trump’s presiden- federal deficit. Two weeks ago, with announcing a list of U. S. goods, REUTERS
cy. But he declared the U.S. would fanfare, he announced major penalty Donald Trump holds a signed memorandum on intellectual
emerge “much stronger, much richer.” tariffs on steel and aluminum imports See CHINA, Page 18 property tariffs on high-tech goods from China.

District names
its new school
board member
Kenneth Chin appointed as trustee
By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

As soon as the deadline to enter the


school board race passed last fall,
Kenneth Chin immediately regretted not
throwing his hat in the ring.
The former San Mateo city planner
turned stay-at-home dad is deeply invest-
ed in the local school community and Kenneth Chin
believed his nearly two decades working
in government could be an asset to the education communi-
David Schiller (Harold Hill), Jennifer Mitchell (Marian Paroo) star in ‘The Music Man.’ Below: Jonathan Chan (Oliver Hix), Daniel ty.
Lloyd Pias (Jacey Squires), Mohamed Ismail (Olin Britt) and Derrick Contreras (Ewart Dunlop). So when an opening on the San Mateo-Foster City
Elementary School District Board of Trustees again became

‘The Music Man’ is great fun See CHIN, Page 23

Broadway by the Bay stages always popular musical Half Moon Bay looks at
By Judy Richter
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT short-term rental rules
Broadway by the Bay brings on the
marching band with its production of a
Officials seek to strike balance between
perennial favorite, Meredith Willson’s encouraging visitors, minimizing impact
“The Music Man.” By Zachary Clark
Set in the early 20th century, this is
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
the story of a slick, traveling sales-
man, Harold Hill (David Schiller), who
cons residents of little River City, As cities around the United States continue to grapple
Iowa, into buying band instruments, with regulations on short-term rentals, Half Moon Bay offi-
lesson books and uniforms for their cials are considering an ordinance intended to minimize
kids. impacts on neighborhoods and the city’s housing stock
Harold doesn’t know the first thing while still encouraging visitors to the area.
See PLAY, Page 23 See RULES, Page 31

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Thought for the Day


“A man who fears suffering is
already suffering from what he fears.”
— Michel de Montaigne, French essayist

This Day in History


Patrick Henry delivered an address to

1775 the Virginia Provincial Convention in


which he is said to have declared,
“Give me liberty, or give me death!”
In 1 7 9 2 , Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. 94 in G Major
(known as the “Surprise” symphony because of an unex-
pected crashing chord in the second movement) had its first
public performance in London.
In 1 8 0 6 , explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark,
having reached the Pacific coast, began their journey back
east.
In 1 9 1 4 , the first installment of “The Perils of Pauline,”
the silent film serial starring Pearl White, premiered in the
greater New York City area.
In 1 9 3 3 , the German Reichstag adopted the Enabling Act,
which effectively granted Adolf Hitler dictatorial powers.
In 1 9 4 2 , the first Japanese-Americans evacuated by the
U.S. Army during World War II arrived at the internment
camp in Manzanar, California.
In 1 9 5 6 , Pakistan became an Islamic republic.
In 1 9 6 5 , America’s first two-person space mission took
place as Gemini 3 blasted off with astronauts Virgil I. “Gus”
Grissom and John W. Young aboard for a nearly 5-hour REUTERS
flight. Cast member Adria Arjona poses at the premiere for ‘Pacific Rim: Uprising’ in Los Angeles.
In 1 9 6 8 , UCLA defeated North Carolina, 78-55, to win col-
lege basketball’s NCAA championship.
In 1 9 7 3 , before sentencing a group of Watergate break-in
In other news ...
defendants, Chief U.S. District Judge John J. Sirica read Florida man reunites Facebook Inc. has been under scruti- Romanian court says dead man
aloud a letter he’d received from James W. McCord Jr. which ny amid complaints about fake news,
said there was “political pressure” to “plead guilty and with pet cat lost 14 years ago fake accounts and concerns about can get driving license back
remain silent.” FORT PIERCE, Fla. — A Florida man political groups using account hold- BUCHAREST, Romania — Days
In 1 9 8 3 , President Ronald Reagan first proposed develop- has been reunited with a cat he lost 14 ers’ information to manipulate elec- after one Romanian court told a man he
ing technology to intercept incoming enemy missiles — an years ago. tions. was officially dead despite evidence to
idea that came to be known as the Strategic Defense TCPalm.com reports Perry Martin of The snake alert is on a Facebook the contrary, another court has declared
Initiative. Fort Pierce said he had assumed his account using the City of Calhoun’s that a man who was truly dead could get
orange tabby named Thomas Jr., or T2 name. It says a local officer killed a his driving license back.
Birthdays for short, had died in traffic.
Martin moved in with a friend after
copperhead as it slithered from a sewer
and warns of more snakes in the under-
A court in the northern city of Iasi on
Thursday confirmed that Valerian
Hurricane Jeanne clobbered the state in ground system. Vasiliu should have his license
2004. A few days later, T2 escaped the The post — which includes pictures returned and be reimbursed a fine he
home and never returned. of an enormous snake — has been paid for speeding. Vasiliu was fined
Martin had T2 implanted with a shared more than 150,000 times since and temporarily lost his license in
microchip in 2002. He never had news it appeared Monday. March 2017, but appealed the punish-
of his missing pet until a Martin A few weeks ago, the site announced ment in court and won an interim rul-
County Animal Services officer called that an alligator had been spotted at a ing.
him March 9 to tell him T2 was in a local boat ramp, and advised caution, He died in October, before the ruling
shelter in Palm City. the mayor said. The site followed up a was final. Police still appealed, but
Secretary of State Bandleader Gossip columnist Martin said he initially thought the few days later with a “Live Gator Cam.” this month lost their appeal.
Rex Tillerson is 66. Reggie Watts is 46. Perez Hilton is 40. call was “too crazy to believe.” “A lot of people see it and automati- Local lawyer Gianina Porosnicu, a
The pair reunited last week at the cally think it’s true,” Palmer said. traffic law specialist, told the
Movie director Mark Rydell is 89. International Humane Society of the Treasure Coast. But the snake story is “about as true Mediafax agency that “cases like this
Motorsports Hall of Famer Craig Breedlove is 81. Singer-pro- as the alligator on the boat ramp,” the may seem odd or even sinister,” and
ducer Ric Ocasek is 69. Singer Chaka Khan is 65. Actress Fake snake post on Facebook mayor said. blamed “a legal void.”
The Facebook site on Wednesday In an almost opposite situation last
Amanda Plummer is 61. Actress Catherine Keener is 59. prompts fear in Georgia town included a note in one section saying week, a Romanian man who had been
Actress Hope Davis is 54. Actor Richard Grieco is 53. Country ATLANTA — A fake Facebook post is that it’s a “satire page” and not affiliat- officially declared dead lost his bid to
musician Kevin Griffin (Yankee Grey) is 53. Actress Marin spreading fears that venomous snakes ed with the city. have his death certificate canceled.
Hinkle is 52. Rock singer-musician Damon Albarn (Blur) is are lurking in the sewers of a Georgia A key concern for the city, though, Constantin Reliu, a 63-year-old
50. Actress-singer Melissa Errico is 48. Rock musician John town, and the city attorney has is that the page has used city emblems cook, returned from Turkey in January
expressed concerns to the social media and has appeared to be official, the and found out that his wife had declared
Humphrey (The Nixons) is 48. Actor Randall Park is 44.
network that it’s creating confusion mayor said. It’s still titled “City Of him dead.
Actress Michelle Monaghan is 42. Actress Keri Russell is 42. and panic. Calhoun, Gordon County GA.” Reliu tried to get his death certificate
Actress Anastasia Griffith is 40. Actress Nicholle Tom is 40. Calhoun Mayor James Palmer says “I think people look at it and assume overturned in court, but his appeal was
Country singer Paul Martin (Marshall Dyllon) is 40. Country residents have asked him whether it’s it has more credibility when it appears rejected because his request was filed
singer Brett Young is 37. Actor Nicolas Wright is 36. safe to walk the streets. that way,” Palmer said. “too late.”

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME Lotto


by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek Local Weather Forecast
March 21 Powerball Fantasy Five
Unscramble these four Jumbles, Fri day : Mostly cloudy. A chance of show-
one letter to each square, 13 23 27 29
to form four ordinary words. 3 4 18 29 61 25 9 ers. Highs in the mid 50s.
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MPIRC March 20 Mega Millions Daily Four cloudy. A slight chance of showers. Lows
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March 21 Super Lotto Plus Sunday : Cloudy. A chance of rain. Highs
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RRAATT mid 50s.
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Police reports information on Ralston Avenue, it was
reported at 12:24 p.m. Friday, March 16.
Fraud. Someone received a fraudulent
Window shopping cashier’s check after they have sold an item
Someone reported people wandering online on Read Avenue, it was reported at
around and pointing at their window on 7:14 p.m. Thursday, March 15.
Edgewater Boulevard in Foster City, it
was reported at 9:39 p.m. Wednesday, FOSTER CITY
March 14.
Arres t. Someone was arrested for driving
under the influence of alcohol on Foster
BELMONT City Boulevard it was reported at 11:09 p.m.
Reckl es s dri v er. A vehicle was seen driv- Thursday, March 15.
ing recklessly on Ralston Avenue, it was Reckl es s dri v er. A vehicle was seen driv-
reported at 12:31 a.m. Monday, March 19. ing recklessly on East Third Avenue, it was
Sto l en v ehi cl e. A vehicle was stolen reported at 12:33 p.m. Thursday, March 15.
overnight on Village Drive, it was reported Petty theft. An unlocked vehicle was rum-
at 6:03 p.m. Sunday, March 18. maged through on Andromeda Lane, it was
No n-i njury acci dent. An unknown per- reported at 10:26 a.m. Thursday, March 15.
son hit a parked vehicle on El Camino Real,
it was reported at 12:03 p.m. Sunday, March Sus pended l i cens e. An Oakland resident
18. was cited and released for driving with a sus-
Arres t. A resident was arrested on a warrant pended license on East Hillsdale Boulevard,
on Clark Street, it was reported at 10:56 it was reported at 8:37 am. Thursday, March
p.m. Friday, March 16. 15.
Fraud. Someone opened an online credit Petty theft. A vehicle was broken into and
card account with another person’s personal cash was stolen on Juno Lane, it was report-
ed at 1:01 p.m. Tuesday, March 13.

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Local brief
Charges against man asking
Woman accused of murder granted
to touch 2-year-old dismissed
A Redwood City transient charged with felony sexual
supervised visits with her children
annoyance after he asked the father of a 2-year-old girl if he DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT 3 1 -y ear-o l d plea deal with pros-
could touch his daughter in January had boyfriend Kaveh ecutors in February.
his charges dismissed Thursday, accord- A Hillsborough woman charged with Bayat and Having pleaded no
ing to the San Mateo County District conspiring to murder the father of her Burlingame resident contest to accessory
Attorney’s Office. two daughters was granted limited Olivier Adella, 42, to murder for assist-
Because 46-year-old David Donald supervised visits with her children to kill Green and ing in the disposal
Lewis’ comments were directed at the after a judge granted a request to modi- dispose of his body, of Green’s body
girl’s father instead of her, a judge found fy the conditions of her bail Thursday, according to prose- after the murder,
there was not sufficient evidence to pro- according to the San Mateo County cutors. Adella agreed to tes-
ceed with his charge of felony sexual District Attorney’s Office. Almost two Kaveh Bayat tify at the Sept. 17
Though Tiffany Li’s bail conditions Tiffany Li
weeks after the 27- trial of his conspir-
David Lewis annoyance Thursday, according to prose- previously did not allow her to have year-old met up ators, according to prosecutors.
cutors.
Lewis was allegedly looking through trash cans outside physical contact with her children per with Li at a Millbrae Prosecutors allege Li had a custody
the downtown Redwood City library Jan. 22 when the man an order from the family law court, a pancake house the dispute with Green at the time of his
judge in that court recently granted her evening he disap- disappearance April 28, 2016, which is
and his daughter walked past him around 10:30 a.m. When
request for supervised child visitation, peared, Green’s described in a civil lawsuit filed last
Lewis allegedly asked the man if he could touch his daugh- according to prosecutors. body was discov- week by Green’s mother, Colleen Cudd.
ter, the man replied no and called police, according to pros- Li famously made headlines nearly a ered near a Sonoma Cudd is seeking compensatory and
ecutors. year ago for posting $35 million bail County homeless punitive damages, among other costs,
Lewis allegedly told a police officer who responded to the by putting up several Bay Area proper- encampment May against the three defendants being held
scene he thought the little girl was cute and wanted to touch ties valued at $62 million along with responsible for her son’s death on
Olivier Adella 11, according to
her. While walking to the police car, he allegedly told the $4 million in cash, according to pros- prosecutors. behalf of Green’s estate and his two
officer he was thinking about sex a little bit and that the ecutors. Though Li, along with Bayat, who is daughters, according to the suit.
girl is sexy but he didn’t mean that, according to prosecu- Charged with conspiring to murder believed to have pulled the trigger of Formerly resident of Washington,
tors. Keith Green, a Millbrae man and father the gun that killed Green, are facing Cudd allegedly moved to San Mateo to
A registered sex offender, Lewis has prior misdemeanor of her children, 32-year-old Li is murder charges, Adella is facing a three- care for her granddaughters, of whom
convictions of public indecent exposure and annoyance of believed to have conspired with her year prison sentence after striking a she shares custody with Li’s mother.
a child, prosecutors said previously.
Having violated his parole Friday by disabling his GPS
device, Lewis remains in custody, according to prosecutors. Protest over shooting of unarmed black man overtakes freeway
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS been breaking windows in the South also at risk at being shot by police.
Sacramento neighborhood. “He was a great dad,” he recalled of
SACRAMENTO — Protesters decry- But police found only a cellphone. Clark, the father of sons ages 1 and 3.
ing this week’s fatal shooting of an “He loved both of them to death.”
unarmed black man marched from “We are at a place of deep pain”
Sacramento City Hall and onto a nearby because of recent violence directed at Sacramento resident Vanessa Cullars
freeway Thursday, disrupting rush hour black people in Sacramento and else- said she has lost two family members to
traffic and holding signs with messages where,” said the Rev. Les Simmons, a police violence.
like “Sac PD: Stop killing us!” community leader. He said the city’s “I’m fed up with this,” she said at the
Hundreds of people rallied for first black police chief, Daniel Hahn, is protest. “I feel like our lives don’t mat-
Stephon Clark, a 22-year-old who was doing what he can but protested the ter to them.”
shot Sunday in the backyard of his actions of Hahn’s officers. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg
grandparents’ home. Police say they Clinton Primm said he was friends earlier said he was horrified but won’t
feared he had a handgun when they con- with Clark, who was nicknamed “Zoe,” second-guess the “split-second deci-
fronted him after reports that he had for about six years and fears others are sions” of the officers.
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Committee approves renaming
SFO terminal after Harvey Milk tion. Instead, Campos
By Daniel Montes
BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE reached a compromise
agreement to form a com-
A terminal at San Francisco International mittee to recommend
Airport will likely soon be named after the which of SFO’s terminals
late Harvey Milk, San Francisco’s first or other facilities should
openly gay politician elected to the Board be renamed.
of Supervisors in 1977. Then in 2017, follow-
The city’s Board of Supervisors budget ing a vote by the Airport
and finance committee Thursday recom- Harvey Milk Facilities Naming
mended approving legislation to name Advisory Committee in
SFO’s Terminal 1 after Milk. The name support of the renaming, Supervisor Hillary
change proposal will now go to the full Ronen introduced new legislation to begin
board for approval. the process of renaming the terminal.
Milk was assassinated in 1978 along with “Thank you for daring to declare S.F. a
Mayor George Moscone at City Hall by for- city of acceptance, of celebrated diversity
mer Supervisor Dan White. Milk was known and of hope no matter one’s background,”
REUTERS former state Sen. Mark Leno said on social
as a pioneer for gay rights and also fought
Law enforcement personnel investigate the home where Austin serial bomber Mark Anthony for migrant farm workers, low-income ten- media Thursday regarding the legislation.
Conditt lived in Pflugerville, Texas. ants, laborers and homeless youth among Leno, a current San Francisco mayoral
others. candidate, is also openly gay.

Few details emerging about The renaming of the terminal has been a
long time in the making.
The first attempt was by former
On Twitter, Campos, also openly gay,
thanked Ronen and Supervisor Jeff Sheehy,
among others, for supporting the effort,
saying, “In the age of Trump it is critical to
Supervisor David Campos in 2013 but that

bombing suspect in Austin


By Emily Schmall citing the ongoing
idea was abandoned in the face of opposi-

PG&E to cut power


remember Harvey’s legacy.”

Around the state


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS investigation. in areas at grave fire risk The move for pre-emptive power cutoffs is
Conditt built bombs
SAN FRANCISCO — California’s Pacific one that some local officials and fire sur-
PFLUGERVILLE, Texas — Investigators planted in different parts
Gas & Electric Co. will start switching off vivors have urged after recent wildfires.
on Thursday finished questioning the sec- of the city that killed two
power to minimize sparks in vulnerable PG&E and some other state utilities previ-
ond roommate of the man they say spent people and severely
areas during times of extreme fire danger, it ously have resisted it, arguing that cutting
weeks planting bombs around Texas’ capital wounded four others over
said Thursday, as state investigators exam- off power carries its own risks, including to
before using one of his own devices to blow three weeks starting on
ine whether the utility’s equipment set off patients dependent on electrical equipment.
himself up, but a more complete picture of March 2. He began by
deadly Northern California wildfires.
the 23-year-old community college dropout Mark Conditt placing explosives in
remains elusive. packages left overnight
Police said they’d released the second of on doorsteps, then rigged an explosive to a Obituary
two people who shared a home in tripwire along a public trail. Finally, he
Pflugerville, just north of Austin, with seri- sent two parcels with bombs via FedEx. Gerald C. Erickson (Jerry), 1931-2018, was born in Carrington, North Dakota.
al bombing suspect Mark Conditt. The All of the early victims were black or His family moved to Idaho where he graduated from Coeur d’Alene High School and
other roommate was taken into custody Hispanic, though the tripwire bomb injured stared on the basketball team. Following high school, he joined the US Air Force
Wednesday and released hours later. two white men. where he continued his love on basketball, playing as a member of the US Air Force
Investigators haven’t named them, saying As fear grew, Conditt eventually was team for the next four years. After completing his military service, Jerry settled with
they weren’t under arrest. tracked down through store surveillance his family in Redwood City. He commenced upon a lengthy career with American
Conditt made a 25-minute cellphone video, cellphone signals and witness Airlines in the Cargo Department at San Francisco Int’l Airport. Upon his retirement
recording before his death. It was recovered accounts of a customer shipping FedEx he moved to Lincoln, CA becoming a resident of Lincoln Hills in 2001. “Pops”, as
Wednesday, after he detonated one of his packages in a disguise that included a blond he was known to his sons, was an active member of the Elks Club and the Moose
own bombs along the side of Interstate 35 wig and gloves.
Lodge. He loved motorcycle rides; driving his ’67 Mustang; and spending time with
just outside of Austin as a SWAT team moved Police found him early Wednesday at a
hotel. And when his car moved, they fol- “End of the Bar Gang”! He is survived by his eldest son Mark Erikson and partner
in.
lowed and forced him off the road, setting up Lisa Palomar who reside in Redwood City with their two children Kyle and Kelsey.
But investigators say the recording pro-
vides few clues as to Conditt’s motives — the confrontation that ended in an explo- His youngest son, Keith Erikson resides with his wife Donna in Roseville, CA and
and they’ve refused to release it publicly, sion. his ex-wife, Norma Breeden-Hagee of Lincoln Hills, CA. Jerry was predeceased by
his son Jeffery. A memorial for Jerry will be held at the Redwood City Elks Lodge
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Man arrested for Man jailed for weapons according to police.


Local briefs They took the male victim’s wallet
sex assault of 7-year-old The March For Our Lives rallies were
arsenal, pounds of pot before fleeing on foot west on California
A 36-year-old man suspected of raping organized following the shooting at A Redwood City man previously prohib- Avenue, according to police.
his 7-year-old step-granddaughter was Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in ited from possessing firearms and ammuni- The suspect that brandished a knife was
arrested Tuesday as he Florida, where 17 students were killed by tion was taken into custody this week after described as male, wearing a black hooded
was trying to flee to Nikolas Cruz. He legally purchased a high- members of a narcotics task force seized sweatshirt and a black bandana around his
Mexico, according to the powered gun despite a history of mental from his home five firearms, including an face. The other two were described as male,
San Mateo County health issues. The events follow a nation- assault weapon, according to the San wearing black hooded sweatshirts and
Sheriff’s Office and pros- ally organized student walkout earlier this Mateo County District Attorney’s Office. black ski masks on their face, according to
ecutors.  month advocating for similar causes. Having obtained a search warrant, task police.
Alfonso Aguilar- force members also found more than 40 Anyone with information regarding the
Jaimes, a San Jose resi- County nurses reach explosives, 15 boxes of ammunition and incident is encouraged to contact the South
dent, allegedly assaulted 15.6 pounds of marijuana packaged for sale San Francisco Police Department at (650)
the girl on two separate tentative contract agreement in the Page Street home of 34-year-old 877-8900, the anonymous TIP line at (650)
Alfonso
occasions in Half Moon San Mateo County registered nurses have Martin Martinez, according to prosecutors. 952-2244 or via email attips@ssf.net.
Aguilar-Jaimes Bay. He was arrested on reached and were expected to ratify Martinez’s wife and son were also
suspicion of sodomy of a child, oral copu- Thursday night a tentative new contract allegedly in the home as officers executed Strong odor clears
lation with a child and assault to commit agreement that includes pay increases of up on the warrant, seizing five firearms regis- health care facility
rape.  to 16 percent over the life of the four-year tered to individuals other than Martinez and
Law enforcement is expecting to file five contract that runs through December 2021, stored in his garage, car and bedroom clos- A potential hazmat situation in Menlo
felony charges including sexual intercourse the California Nurses Association/National et, according to prosecutors. Park was deemed safe on Wednesday after-
or sodomy of a child under 10 and forcible Nurses United announced. Martinez is being charged with five noon after Menlo Park Fire Protection
lewd acts on a child when he appears in Most of the nurses will receive an 8 per- counts of being a felon with a firearm, car- District crews determined a strong odor that
court tomorrow, according to prosecutors.  cent pay increase upon ratification of the rying a loaded weapon in a public space, caused three workers to become sick was
The case was also investigated by the San agreement, which still must also be possession of for-sale marijuana and pos- likely from a combination of cleaning
Jose Police Department, the Santa Clara approved by San Mateo County Board of session of an assault weapon, explosives products.
County Sheriff’s Office and the U. S. Supervisors. and ammunition, according to prosecutors. Fire Chief Harold Schapelhouman said
Marshals Service. CNA represents 400 RNs and Nurse Martinez will next appear in court April 5 the workers called 911 on Wednesday at
Anyone with additional information is Practitioners who work throughout the for preliminary hearing and is in custody 11:45 a. m. Wednesday after falling ill
asked to call detectives at (650) 363-4881 County healthcare system, including at San on $100,000 bail, according to prosecu- while cleaning out an apartment unit that
or (650) 363-4060. Mateo Medical Center, county clinics, and tors. had been vacated by an evicted tenant at
the Public Health and Correctional Health 605 Willow Road. The residential building
Rallies expected advocating Departments. South City police is near the Palo Alto Veteran Affairs health
According to the CNA, the contract care facility.
for gun control this weekend includes an increase in union protections
seek armed robbers Fearing the unit might harbor a metham-
Hundreds of local students and residents for nurses who work with sexual assault and Two people waiting for a bus with their phetamine operation or drugs inside of it,
are planning to rally this weekend in soli- domestic violence survivors; nurses who two children on the corner of Linden and the workers went outside, at which point
darity with the movement advocating for work with the Keller Center for Family California avenues in South San Francisco they started to feel much better,
gun control and school safety. Violence Intervention will now be recog- were robbed at knifepoint Wednesday Schapelhouman said. The fire department
A student-led rally will be hosted nized as part of the CNA/NNU bargaining night, according to police. then called in the San Mateo County
Saturday, March 24, at Courthouse Square unit; all San Mateo County RNs will now At about 8:05 p.m., it was reported that Hazardous Materials Response Team to
in Redwood City, from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m., have access to training to help protect three masked suspects approached them and investigate.
in unison with the March For Our Lives nurses, patients and families from work- demanded the male victim to give them all With help from a fire district drone, the
event taking place across the country. place violence; there will be a greater RN his money. When he refused, one suspect hazmat team came to the conclusion that a
A similarly affiliated event will take voice on medical equipment safety; assur- punched him in the face, causing him to fall variety of cleaning products may have been
place earlier that day in Burlingame, begin- ance RNs are able to take meal and rest to the ground. Two other suspects then unknowingly mixed in a waste bag, creat-
ning at 10 a. m. , in Washington Park. breaks without reducing safe staffing for punched and kicked the victim while anoth- ing a noxious smell.
Participants will march from the park, patients; and no reduction in health cover- er pulled jewelry off the female victim’s “Fortunately, this was not a drug lab and
down Burlingame Avenue and El Camino age or other contract standards for RNs. neck, then that suspect joined the other two the three victims will be fine, ”
Real, then return to the park. in punching and kicking the victim, Schapelhouman said.

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Mueller examining Cambridge
Analytica, Trump campaign ties
By Jonathan Lemire for its work in
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 2016, according
to federal
WASHINGTON — Special coun- records.
sel Robert Mueller is scrutinizing Authorities in
the connections between President Britain and the
Donald Trump’s campaign and the United States are
data mining firm Cambridge i n v es t i g at i n g
Analytica, which has come under w h e t h e r
fierce criticism over reports that it Camb ri dg e
swiped the data of more than 50 mil-
Robert Mueller Analytica may
lion Facebook users to sway elec- have used data
tions. Mueller’s investigators have improperly obtained from
asked former campaign officials Facebook to try to influence elec-
about the Trump campaign’s data tions, including the 2016 White
operations, particularly about how House race.
it collected and utilized voter data in Mueller is leading a criminal
battleground states, according to a probe into whether Trump’s
person with direct knowledge of the Republican presidential campaign
line of inquiry but not authorized to had ties to Russia and whether he
discuss it publicly. may have obstructed justice.
The investigators have also asked The Trump campaign has dis-
REUTERS FILE PHOTO tanced itself from the data mining
Facebook Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during the annual Facebook F8 developers conference. some of Trump’s data team, which
included analysts at the Republican firm, which had been financed by
National Committee, about its rela- major Republican donors and, for a

Can Zuckerberg’s media blitz tionship with Cambridge


Analytica, according to two former
campaign officials. The campaign
paid the firm just under $6 million
time, employed Steve Bannon, the
conservative provocateur who later
became Trump’s campaign chief
executive.

take pressure off Facebook? Behind Facebook’s baby step


By Barbara Ortutay
and Mae Anderson
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
public whose status updates pro-
vide Facebook with an endless
stream of data it uses to sell tar-
Zuckerberg apologized for a
“major breach of trust,” admitted
mistakes and outlined steps to
fixes: Defending its ad business
geted ads. protect users following THE ASSOCIATED PRESS over Cambridge Analytica. That’s
On Wednesday, the generally Cambridge’s data grab. the data mining firm that worked
NEW YORK — In the wake of a “I am really sorry that hap- NEW YORK — Wondering why for Donald Trump’s campaign,
reclusive Zuckerberg sat for an
privacy scandal involving a interview on CNN and conducted pened,” Zuckerberg said on CNN. Facebook seems to be taking and now stands accused of lifting
Trump-connected data-mining several more with other outlets, Facebook has a “responsibility” baby steps to address the biggest data from some 50 million
firm, Facebook CEO Mark addressing reports that to protect its users’ data, he added, scandal in its history? Stronger Facebook users for the purpose of
Zuckerberg embarked on a rare Cambridge Analytica purloined noting that if it fails, “we don’t safeguards on user data might influencing voters.
media mini-blitz in an attempt to the data of more than 50 million deserve to have the opportunity damage Facebook’s core business Those measures, announced
take some of the public and polit- Facebook users in order to sway to serve people.” of using what it knows about you Wednesday by CEO Mark
ical pressure off the social net- elections. The Trump campaign His mea culpa on cable televi- to sell ads that target your inter- Zuckerberg, mostly involve new
work. paid the firm $6 million during sion came a few hours after he ests. limits on what Facebook apps can
But it’s far from clear whether the 2016 election, although it acknowledged his company’s Facebook is proposing only do with the user data they collect.
he’s won over U.S. and European has since distanced itself from mistakes in a Facebook post, but narrow countermeasures that One such errant app was central to
authorities, much less the broader Cambridge. without saying he was sorry. address the specifics of the furor the Cambridge Analytica debacle.
GOODBYE FOREVER There are other places to do many of these things,
Before deleting your account, rescue your posts
and photos. Facebook lets you download the data
Fed up with Facebook? Here’s how to break it off though likely not all at once.There’s Eventbrite for
events, Letgo for buying and selling stuff, Peanut for
you’ve shared with Facebook since you joined.This you, your chats with others and your posts in Face- up to 90 days for all the data associated with your if you log into an outside app or site using your moms to connect, Meetup to find and meet like-
includes your posts and photos, as well as the “ac- book groups (though your name will be grayed account to be wiped, but you can’t change your Facebook account. minded people, GoFundMe for raising money and
tivity log”— the history of everything you’ve done out). To delete all this, you’ll need to sift through mind after the first few days are up. FOMO (FEAR OF MISSING OUT) Twitter, or, gasp, your local newspaper’s website for
on Facebook, such as likes and comments on posts, your “activity log,” accessible through your profile If you used your Facebook account for third-party Depending on whether you were a full-time Face- the news.
use of apps and searches.The download also con- page, and delete each item individually. apps and sites, you’ll need new usernames and book addict or an occasional lurker, the If you find your mind wandering back to Facebook
tains your profile, messages, list of friends, ads Once you’ve saved everything and gone through passwords for each. psychological separation could prove harder or as you go through your day, thinking how you
you’ve clicked on and IP addresses you’ve used to your activity log, sign in one last time. Go to TRIAL SEPARATION easier than the physical one. Facebook has become might craft a post about a thought you’ve just had
connect to Facebook. http://bit.ly/198wIoI and click on the blue button. If you’re not quite ready for a divorce, deactivating a one-stop shop for so many things.You can keep or an article you came across, it’s OK. Let it go. It’s all
This process should give you a good — perhaps You can’t get that from the settings page, as Face- your account is an option.To do this, go to your ac- up with friends and family, find out about or create part of the breakup process.
scary — idea of what Facebook has on you. book, it may seem, doesn’t want you to leave. count settings. local events, buy and sell stuff, keep up with the And while you may not see updates about near-for-
What you won’t get are photos other people Facebook says the process could take a few days. Deactivating means other people won’t be able news, raise money for a cause or join groups of like- gotten schoolmates or that random person you
shared with you, even if you’ve been tagged. You Your delete request will be cancelled if you log to see your profile, but if you log back in, the whole minded people such as parents, porch gardeners met six years ago, the people who matter most will
need to save those individually. And some stuff will back in during this time. Facebook says it may take thing is canceled and you are “active” again. Ditto and people with a rare disease. stick around. For them, there’s email, the phone,
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Congress OKs $1.3T budget, averts shutdown By Lisa Mascaro and Alan Fram
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “Shame, shame. A pox on
WASHINGTON — Congress gave
both Houses — and parties. ...
final approval Friday to a giant $1.3 No one has read it. Congress is broken.”
trillion spending bill that ends the
budget battles for now, but only after — Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.
late obstacles skirted close to another
shutdown as conservatives objected to Then, an unusual glitch arose when delay, but not stop, the outcome and
big outlays on Democratic priorities at Sen. James Risch, R-Idaho, wanted to had made his point.
a time when Republicans control the remove a provision to rename a forest The omnibus spending bill was sup-
House, Senate and White House. in his home state after the late Cecil posed to be an antidote to the stopgap
Senate passage shortly after mid- Andrus, a four-term Democratic gover- measures Congress has been forced to
night averted a third federal shutdown nor. pass — five in this fiscal year alone —
this year, an outcome both parties At one point, Sen. Bob Corker, R- to keep government temporarily run-
wanted to avoid. But in crafting a Tenn., stepped forward to declare the ning amid partisan fiscal disputes.
sweeping deal that busts budget caps, entire late-night scene “ridiculous. It’s Leaders delivered on President
they’ve stirred conservative opposi- juvenile.” Donald Trump’s top priorities of
tion and set the contours for the next Once the opponents relented, the boosting Pentagon coffers and start-
funding fight ahead of the midterm Senate began voting, clearing the ing work his promised border wall,
elections. package by a 65-32 vote a full day while compromising with Democrats
The House easily approved the meas- before Friday’s midnight deadline to on funds for road building, child care
REUTERS ure Thursday, 256-167, a bipartisan fund the government. development, fighting the opioid cri-
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan speaks at a news conference tally that underscored the popularity of “Shame, shame. A pox on both sis and more.
on Capitol Hill. the compromise, which funds the gov- Houses — and parties,” tweeted Sen. But the result has been unimaginable
ernment through September. It beefs Rand Paul, R-Ky., who spent the after- to many Republicans after campaign-
up military and domestic programs, noon tweeting details found in the ing on spending restraints and balanced
delivering federal funds to every corner 2,200-page bill that was released the budgets. Along with the recent GOP tax
of the country. night before. “No one has read it. cuts law, the bill that stood a foot tall at
But action stalled in the Senate, as Congress is broken.” some lawmakers’ desks ushers in the
conservatives ran the clock in protest. Paul said later he knew he could only return of $1 trillion deficits.

White House, Dem deal on immigration proved unattainable


By Alan Fram precious border wall with Mexico. The for Childhood Arrivals program, or
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS last-gasp White House attempt came as DACA, or that Trump would get much
bargainers completed the $1.3 trillion more money for his wall as Democrats
WASHINGTON — An effort to pro- spending deal that neared final con- eyeing a potential House takeover in
tect young Dreamer immigrants from gressional approval Thursday, partici- November’s elections become increas-
deportation never really had much pants and observers of the budget ingly resistant to helping him.
chance of squeezing into the last bill negotiations said this week. “Until they stop acting like idiots
Congress must pass this election year. The immigration talks failed, and and stop trying to use Dreamers as
That’s why bargainers from both par- Trump ended up getting $1.6 billion for hostages to pass their stupid xenopho-
ties were surprised when the White his wall and other border security steps, bic laws and stupid ideas like the bor-
House tried anyway. just a year’s worth of funds. That left der wall, nothing changes,” said Rep.
The catch: It was bait to win more prospects dim that Congress would act Ruben Gallego, D-Ariz., a member of
money for President Donald Trump’s this year to renew the Deferred Action the Congressional Hispanic Caucus.

Budget deal includes wildfire disaster fund to end borrowing


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS cies end a practice of raiding non-fire- plained that the current funding mech-
related accounts to pay for wildfire anism — tied to a 10-year average for
WASHINGTON — A spending bill costs, which approached $3 billion wildfires — makes budgeting difficult,
approved by the House includes a last year. even as fires burn longer and hotter
bipartisan plan to create a wildfire dis- each year.
aster fund to help combat increasingly The House approved the measure
severe wildfires that have devastated Thursday, with Senate action expected The new plan sets aside $2 billion
the West in recent years. soon after as Congress faces a Friday per year — outside the regular budget
night deadline to avoid a partial gov- — so officials don’t have to tap money
The bill sets aside more than $20
ernment shutdown. meant for prevention programs to
billion over 10 years to allow the
Forest Service and other federal agen- Western lawmakers have long com- fight wildfires.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Friday • March 23, 2018v 9


Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and privacy abuses
The Los Angeles Times sures to users about app developers’
Facebook’s
Other voices
R
eports surfaced this weekend
about yet another Facebook-
fueled abuse of privacy, this
something.”
access to data, among other issues.
Whether the consent decree that
Facebook signed in 2011 will have
any bearing on this latest privacy
broken trust
I
Political campaigns and commercial magine if the government asked a substantial por-
time by an outside company trying to affront remains to be seen.
advertisers have long sought to target tion of the population to provide information on
manipulate voters on behalf of politi- Regardless, the fundamental problem
their pitches; what’s different now is themselves, their families and their friends.
cal causes and candidates — including here is that companies keep finding
how the internet and enormously pop- Imagine also if the government also provided a way to
Donald J. Trump in 2016. The revela- new and unanticipated ways to use the
ular platforms such as Facebook make communicate with friends and family while asking for
tions were both sadly familiar and personal information people share
the process easier, more effective, input of regular information about activities, interests
newly outrageous. online — including the digital bread
wider-scale and far more intrusive. and beliefs.
According to the Guardian and the crumbs they leave unwittingly as they
Cambridge Analytica has denied using You’d freak out right? You would say it was a huge
New York Times, a Cambridge wander around the web. Are you com-
Facebook data improperly, but news invasion of privacy and would question just what was
University researcher named fortable knowing that companies are
reports over the weekend strongly the intent of gathering all that information. After all,
Aleksandr Kogan produced an innocu- suggest that the firm built its profiles scooping up your crumbs, your
ous-looking personality testing app “likes,” your tweets, your status there was some controversy
at least in part with data Facebook
for Facebook whose real purpose was updates and your lists of friends to about the Patriot Act, and the
users didn’t realize they were sharing
to identify the sorts of marketing determine whether to offer you dis- NSA’s involvement in our
with it.
pitches one might be susceptible to counts? To decide which news items to private lives right?
Kogan insists that he, too, did
— ones that played to people’s anxi- nothing wrong, and that’s one of the show you? To determine how best to And yet, billions of us
eties, for example, or alternatively to most disturbing elements of the story. sell you on a controversial presiden- throughout the world know-
their sentiments. He then gathered One reason he could acquire all that tial candidate or a costly ballot meas- ingly provided that informa-
data not just from the roughly data about his app users’ Facebook ure? tion to a private company,
270,000 people who used the app, but friends, including their posts and The largely hands-off approach Facebook, in exchange for
from tens of millions of their their likes, is because Facebook taken by regulators to date has the ability to keep track of
Facebook friends, all without the opened that information to applica- encouraged bountiful innovation and our friends and family.
friends’ knowledge or consent, tion developers in 2011. The compa- experimentation, but it’s also rein- Somehow we trusted this
according to the news articles. ny rolled back access to information forced an act-first, ask-forgiveness- company that promised to
The story gets worse, however. about app users’ friends in 2015, long later mentality among entrepreneurs. “move fast and break
Kogan reportedly turned over the after Kogan harvested and shared that The only guidelines are the vaguely things.”
Facebook data he had harvested to a data. worded prohibitions in federal law Now, however, despite sig-
political consulting firm, Cambridge Facebook says that when it first against unfair and deceptive practices; nificant warnings for a num-
Analytica, to help it build profiles learned about Kogan’s data sharing in rather than trying to adopt compre- ber of years, despite concerns raised about its policies
that it could use to sway voters on a 2015, it instructed his company and hensive guidelines, the Federal Trade affecting our elections, despite concerns about it taking
massive scale. The messages could be Cambridge Analytica to destroy the Commission has handled complaints these concerns seriously, the news this week that it
tailored precisely to the weaknesses harvested data. If the latest news on a case-by-case basis. allowed an analytics company to scrape data about its
of a narrow group of voters, and each reports are true, a Facebook executive It’s not enough. Internet users need users without permission, concern seems to be growing
pitch could be confined to a single told the Guardian, “it’s a serious some measure of control over the substantially.
group to avoid putting off voters with abuse” of the company’s rules. information they reveal online, so Where this goes, no one knows. It is interesting to
different sensibilities. That’s little comfort to the millions that they are not unwittingly helping note that the growing hashtag movement of #deleteface-
As Christopher Wylie, who worked of people whose marketing suscepti- countless unseen data brokers, aggre- book is taking place on social media, since it is the
at Cambridge Analytica from its bilities have now been cataloged with gators and analysts find new and bet- focus of the protest, and since such movements have
founding until 2014, told the Facebook’s help. And this is just the ter ways to steer their opinions, pur- mixed results. It could be a #Kony2012 movement that
Guardian, “We would know what kinds latest in a long line of privacy prob- chases and votes. A federal bill of went nowhere, or it could be a #metoo movement that
of messages you would be susceptible lems at the social network. In fact, rights covering online data would be a went quite far.
to, and where you’re going to con- the Federal Trade Commission entered good place to start. How many out- The more serious movement is that of politicians,
sume that. And then how many times into a settlement with the company in rages have to surface before the tech
who are now starting to wake up that the industry being
do we need to touch you with that in 2011 over misleading or false disclo- industry and the federal government
used for large-scale communications purposes is doing
order to change how you think about start taking privacy seriously?
so without any type of regulation or little acknowledg-
ment that it is a forum for distributing news.

Letter to the editor The American news industry has some governmental
oversight, but is mainly self-regulating and benefits
from its traditions of objectivity and transparency.
While there will always be arguments about what levels
The Democrats game. They often get complacent. hoped for, it would have forced the of objectivity and transparency there are, there is also
When they play the Rockets, their Democrats to raise their game and try the American system of capitalism that will provide
and the Warriors preparation and effort are at a higher to find solutions to real problems. ways to keep certain organizations in check.
Editor, level. The same thing is happening Instead they are coasting along and As social media companies grow into distributors of
President Trump is rapidly becom- to the Democratic party. Their strate- smiling as Trump self-destructs tak- news, mostly provided by other sources, there also
ing the best thing to ever happen to gy is to bash Trump and many believe ing many in his party with him. We comes a certain responsibility to ensure objectivity and
the Democratic party. that merely putting a D after their continue to read letters in this paper transparency. That, however, is coming secondary to
They will undoubtedly gain name will get them elected. We hear from party hardliners who point their other objectives such as growth, profit and scale. Still,
nothing where they address the prob- once something, no matter what it is, loses the trust of
Congressional seats in the midterm finger at the other party as the source
lems that got Trump elected in the its users, that becomes an existential crisis. It is far
elections. The same campaign strate- first place. of all our country’s woes. We can
gy that failed Hillary — he’s an idiot, only hope that someday they will greater than annoyance about the number of ads, or the
An article in a major newspaper distribution of information — though one could argue
I’m not him, vote for me — may be purported that from 2000-2015 the realize that the only way things will
enough this time around. The prob- improve is when they point that fin- that the algorithms that modify that can contribute to
economic position of 80 percent of the inherent lack of trust.
lem with this type of campaign is Americans was flat or they lost ger at their own party and demand bet-
that our country will not get the best Selling user data is seen as the ultimate breach of
ground. Both parties failed 80 percent ter.
effort from our elected officials. Let trust, though I don’t understand why anyone would be
of Americans and it was their frustra- surprised that this was happening. Many online servic-
me use the Warriors as an analogy. tion with the political system and its Steven Howard es — particularly free ones — sell user information,
When the Warriors play a bottom-tier gridlock that got Trump elected. Had
Redwood City though oftentimes without identifying information. It
team we often don’t see their best Trump been what the 80 percent had
is a business decision.
And yet many of us, without giving it a second
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10 Friday • March 23, 2018 BUSINESS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Stocks dive on trade war fears after China sanctions


By Marley Jay cent, to $146.90, for its worst
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS loss since mid-2016. Aerospace
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 24,526.01 company Boeing slid $17.49, or
Low: 23,938.74 5.2 percent, to $319.61.
NEW YORK — Stocks plunged
Close: 23,957.89 Investors also sold some of the
Thursday after the Trump adminis-
tration slapped sanctions on Change: -724.42 market’s biggest recent winners.
goods and investment from OTHER INDEXES Among technology companies,
China. The Dow Jones industrial Microsoft fell $2.69, or 2.9 per-
S&P 500: 2643.69 -68.24
average dropped more than 700 cent, to $89. 79 and Alphabet,
NYSE Index: 12,377.39 -306.37 Google’s parent company, fell
points as investors feared that
Nasdaq: 7166.68 -178.61 $40. 85, or 3. 7 percent, to
trade tensions between the world’s
largest economies would escalate. NYSE MKT: 2456.19 -47.01 $1, 053. 15. Online retailer
The planned sanctions include Russell 2000: 1543.87 -35.43 Amazon slid $36.94, or 2.3 per-
tariffs on $48 billion worth of Wilshire 5000: 27,476.91 -688.74 cent, to $1,544.92.
Chinese imports as well as restric- Earlier this month the Trump
10-Yr Bond: -0.075
tions on Chinese investments. administration ordered tariffs on
Trump said he’s taking those steps
Oil (per barrel): 64.85 imported steel and aluminum, and
in response to theft of American Gold : 1,333.70 stocks dropped as investors wor-
technology, and the Chinese gov- ried about the possibility of
ernment said it will defend itself. fell sharply. “If the Trump administration 68.24 points, or 2.5 percent, to tougher restrictions on interna-
Investors are worried that trade Peter Donisanu, an investment really wanted to hurt China and 2,643.69. The Dow Jones indus- tional trade and smaller profits for
tensions would hurt U.S. compa- strategy analyst for the Wells start a trade war, then they would trial average sank 724.42 points, corporations.
nies and harm the world economy. Fargo Investment Institute, said go after those larger sectors,” he or 2.9 percent, to 23,957.89. The Their fears eased when the
On Thursday they fled stocks the risk of a damaging trade war is said. Still, Donisanu said that after Nasdaq composite gave up 178.61 administration said some coun-
and bought bonds, which sent still low because the Trump admin- last year’s rally, investors are points, or 2. 4 percent, to tries will be exempt from the tar-
bond prices higher and yields istration is targeting specific looking for new reasons to feel 7,166.68. The Russell 2000 index iffs. That continued Thursday, as
lower. With interest rates falling, goods that aren’t central to optimistic about stocks. With of smaller-company stocks lost U.S. Trade Representative Robert
banks took some of the worst China’s economy. That could trade tensions in focus over the 35.43 points, or 2.2 percent, to Lighthizer said the tariffs won’t
losses. Technology and industrial change if it puts tariffs on prod- last month, they’ve had trouble 1,543.87. apply to the European Union,
companies, basic materials mak- ucts like electronics or appliances finding any. Construction equipment maker Canada, Mexico, Argentina,
ers and health care companies also imported from China. The S&P 500 index skidded Caterpillar fell $8.90, or 5.7 per- Brazil and Australia.

Toy co. CEO leads effort to salvage Toys R Us A record 965M passengers
packed U.S. planes last year
Business briefs
cent of seats were filled.
By Anne d’Innocenzio investors, to generations of children and par- A record 965 million airline pas-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS which he ents for its sprawling stores, sing- sengers flew in the United States CareDx reports 4Q loss
declined to along jingle and Geoffrey the last year, a 3.4 percent increase BRISBANE — CareDx Inc. on
NEW YORK — Toy company name, believe giraffe mascot. over 2016. Thursday reported a loss of $31.7
executive Isaac Larian says he and salvaging part The store has an iconic place in Figures from the Transportation million in its fourth quarter.
other investors have pledged a of the Toys R Us American culture, said Larian. “We Department show that air travel has On a per-share basis, the
total of $200 million in financing business will be can’t just sit back and just let it dis- been rising since the Great Brisbane-based company said it had
and hope to raise four times that good for the toy appear.” Larian, who is a billion- Recession that ended in 2009. a loss of $1.13. Losses, adjusted for
amount in crowdfunding in order to industry, cus- aire, is using his own money, not The department said Thursday that non-recurring costs and stock
bid for up to 400 of the Toys R Us Isaac Larian tomers and MGA funds, for the bid. air travel within the U.S. rose 3 per- option expense, came to 9 cents per
stores being liquidated in bankrupt- wo r k e r s . Why might Larian be successful cent and international traffic to and share. The molecular diagnostics
cy. They’re interested in more than half with a retail chain struggling to from the U.S. grew 4.8 percent. company posted revenue of $12.5
The unsolicited bid still faces the 735 U.S. stores Toys R Us plans stay relevant in the age of Amazon? Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson million in the period.
many hurdles, including finding to liquidate, and want to be able to For one thing, Larian wouldn’t have International Airport had the most For the year, the company report-
other deep-pocked investors and use the valuable brand name. the massive $5 billion in debt that passengers, followed by Los ed that its loss widened to $55.5
getting a bankruptcy judge to agree And they’re hoping the outpour- hampered the current owner of Toys Angeles International and million, or $2.38 per share.
to it. But this is the first public ing of affectionate nostalgia when R Us. He also says the toy industry Chicago’s O’Hare. New York’s Revenue was reported as $48.3 mil-
plan to keep the cherished toy Toys R Us announced its plans — needs a big chain like Toys R Us, Kennedy Airport had the most inter- lion.
brand in existence in the United (hash)SaveToysRUs has been a where children can touch and feel national passengers. CareDx expects full-year revenue
States. trend on social media — translates the toys and toymaker’s can test Southwest Airlines again carried in the range of $61 million to $63
Such a long-shot move would into pledges toward their $1 billion new products. the most passengers, while Delta million.
also greatly benefit Larian’s pri- goal. The chain’s liquidation will have Air Lines barely leapfrogged CareDx shares have decreased 19
mary business. He’s CEO of Bratz Toys R Us sought court approval a “devastating effect” on the toy American Airlines for second place. percent since the beginning of the
doll-maker MGA Entertainment, last week to liquidate its remaining industry, said Larian, who estimates But American had slightly more year. In the final minutes of trading
which relies on Toys R Us for near- U.S. stores, threatening the jobs of that 130,000 jobs in the U.S. could international passengers than Delta on Thursday, shares hit $5.98, more
ly 1 in every 5 sales. some 30,000 employees and be lost when you include layoffs at or United Airlines. than quadrupling in the last 12
Larian says he and the other spelling the end for a chain known suppliers and logistic operations. On the average flight, 82.5 per- months.
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<<< Page 15, Eric Reid said he will


no longer protest during anthem
Friday • March 23, 2018

Serra can’t close out SHC USF into


By Nathan Mollat
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

When the final horn sounded in Sacred


Heart Cathedral’s 12-9 win over Serra, the
CBI finals
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Irish poured onto the field like they had just
won a Central Coast Section lacrosse title. SAN FRANCISCO — Frankie Ferrari, a
It must have felt like a championship as it 2014 Burlingame High School graduate,
was SHC’s first win over Serra in half a scored 18 points and Matt McCarthy had 15
decade. points with a career-high tying 14 rebounds
“We’ve had the edge in this matchup the to help San Francisco beat Campbell 65-62
last five years,” said Serra head coach Alex on Thursday night in the semifinals of the
Loscialpo. CBI.
What made the loss even more appalling The Dons (21-15) will play North Texas
for the Padres is the fact they gave up a four- in the best-of-three finals beginning
goal lead. After scoring five goals in the Monday in San
opening 12 minutes, Serra managed only Francisco.
four more the rest of the game. Jordan Ratinho and
“I think we just got away from executing Ferrari hit back-to-back
fundamentals,” Loscialpo said. “We started 3-pointers to make it 25-
making some costly mistakes.” 23 and the Dons never
Despite the Padres’ struggles, they still led again trailed. Mogga
5-2 at the halftime break before SHC took Lado’s layup tied it at 51-
control in the third period, outscoring Serra all midway through the
6-1 to take an 8-6 lead going into the fourth. second half, but USF
Jonathan Cole came alive for the Irish in Frankie Ferrari answered with a 13-4
the third quarter as he scored three times. His run, including six points
first, less than two minutes into the second by McCarthy, to push its lead to nine with
half, closed the SHC gap to 5-3. His second 3:25 remaining. Two free throws by Chris
three minutes later got the Irish to 5-4. Clemons pulled Campbell (18-16) to 64-61
Serra briefly stalled SHC’s run with a goal, with 35 seconds to go but, after Ferrari
but the Irish responded with four goals over missed the front end of a 1-and-1, USF got a
the final 2:52 of the quarter. Cole completed stop and McCarthy made 1 of 2 free throws
his natural hat trick (when all three goals are to make it 65-61 with eight seconds left and
scored in one period) to tie the score at 6. the Dons held on from there.
But it was Evan Dere’s goal that looked to Ratinho and Chase Foster scored 12
be the back breaker. Dere, who won all but points apiece for USF.
two face-offs throughout the game, won the Chris Clemons led the Camels with 18
draw following Cole’s third goal, carried it points to move into second on the Big
into the offensive and whipped a shot past South Conference’s career scoring list with
the Padres’ goaltender to put the Irish up 7-6. 2,232 points. The 5-foot-9 junior has
“[Dere was] certainly their MVP of the scored in double figures in 82 consecutive
game, as far as I’m concerned,” Loscialpo games, the nation’s longest active streak of
said. “Our guys just couldn’t solve him.” its kind.
A goal from Jack DePenaloza put SHC up The Dons will host North Texas (18-17)
8-6 going into the final 12 minutes. The in the first game of the best-of-three final at
Irish extended their lead when Cole scored 7 p.m. Monday at War Memorial Gym. USF
his fourth goal of the match. and the Mean Green will them fly to
Down 10-6, Serra made one final run, scor- Denton, Texas for Game 2 and, if necessary,
ing back-to-back goals to close to 10-8. Game 3 Wednesday and Friday, respectively.
Charlie Gross worked his way around the This is the Dons first postseason champi-
perimeter before firing off a shot and scoring NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL onship appearance since winning their sec-
Serra’s Evan Bottarini, left, absorbs a check from SHC’s Tyler ramirez during the Padres’ 12-9 loss ond straight NCAA Tournament tile in
See LAX, Page 16 to the Irish in a WCAL match in San Mateo Thursday. 1956.

Giants ready to rebound in 2018 Tinkering with


baseball rules
By Janie McCauley fueled by an “Because of what happened to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS uncharacteristic me last year, how we did last year,
98-loss, last- the whole combination of things
SAN FRANCISCO — Madison place season. and the group of guys that we’ve

is ruining sport
Bumgarner learned a tough lesson The 2014 got here this year and the new staff
and he’s ready for a do-over. San World Series ... the players that they brought
Francisco’s ace is as motivated as MVP missed in, I’m really excited,” Bumgarner
ever after the embarrassment of a nearly three said. “I feel like we’ve got a good
dirt bike accident that cost him months after chance to compete and win some By Hal Bock will begin each extra inning with a
nearly three months and con- Madison the dirt bike games this year.” THE ASSOCIATED PRESS runner on second base. This will be a
tributed to his club falling out of Bumgarner accident on After six straight seasons with better opportunity to break the tie so
contention in a hurry. April 20 during The proprietors of baseball, we can all go home.
Same goes for all of the Giants, an off day in Colorado. See GIANTS, Page 14 charged with the task of protecting That’s fine. It just isn’t baseball.
and preserving the sport, insist on In baseball, runners are not awarded
bases for no reason. They earn their
A’s look to build on 2017 finish tinkering with it
instead.
They keep
way there. Not this season. Not in the
minor leagues. Forget hits, runs and
errors. Welcome to the baseball’s
By Janie McCauley somewhere. ... It season with soreness in his pitching fooling around
just feels like shoulder. Now, he is thankful for a with the game, brave new world where we are in a
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
home. This is a new year. changing the hurry to get done with the game.
special place and Melvin said of Graveman’s spot rules every so This is not new. It has been going
OAKLAND — Kendall Graveman I think we’ve got atop the rotation, “He’s ready for it.” often, adding a on for some time. They insist on
will take the ball on opening day for something real- “It’s an honor to be able to go out designated hitter monkeying around with a sport that
Oakland in a second straight season, ly good going and kind of set the tone for the sea- here, and a wild seemed awfully good in its original
eager to be the leader of a young rota- on.” son and to be that guy,” Graveman Hal Bock card team there. form.
tion at age 27. The right-han- said. And now they It started with the designated hitter,
“It’s fun. I feel healthy,” Kendall der spent a pair He will have a new catcher in have come up with the goofiest idea a gimmick that turned a nine-player
Graveman said as he begins his Graveman of stints on the Jonathan Lucroy to back him, too. of all. game into 10. Never mind that the DH
fourth season with the A’s. “It’s spe- disabled list last This season, every minor league
cial. It’s the longest I’ve ever been See A’S, Page 14 game that is tied after nine innings See BOCK, Page 14
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12 Friday • March 23, 2018 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Loyola-Chicago continues Cinderella run


By Charles Odum Townes charged down the court, pumping Loyola’s relentless attack on the basket
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS his fist, as Nevada called a timeout follow- continued as it stretched its lead, one layup
ing the crucial 3-pointer. Caleb Martin at a time, in the second half.
answered with a 3 for Nevada, but this time Following a steal by Townes, Ben
ATLANTA — With Loyola-Chicago cling-
the Wolf Pack couldn’t extend their string of Richardson’s layup gave the Ramblers their
ing to a one-point lead and only 6.3 sec-
second-half comebacks in the tournament. first double-digit lead at 36-26 and took
onds remaining, Marques Townes sank a 3-
pointer from in front of the Ramblers’ Loyola (31-5) awaits the winner of the their biggest lead at 40-28.
bench to continue their improbable NCAA Kansas State-Kentucky game in Saturday’s
regional final. Nevada’s experience in second-half come-
Tournament run. backs paid off. After Loyola’s layup by
Martin led Nevada (29-8) with 21 points.
Townes scored 18 points, including the Twin brother Cody Martin had 16. Jordan Clayton Custer gave the Ramblers their last
key 3-pointer, to lead Loyola to a 69-68 win Carolina had 19.The Wolf Pack finally faced 10-point lead at 57-47, the Wolf Pack
over Nevada in Thursday night’s NCAA a deficit too big to overcome. charged back.
South Regional semifinal. Loyola trailed by 12 points, at 20-8, mid- Cody Martin’s basket started a 12-2 run,
BRETT DAVIS/USA TODAY SPORTS
“I think Marcus Townes is the best player way through the first half but stormed back and his layup tied the game at 59-all with
Loyola’s Marques Townes muscles his way to
on the court tonight,” said Loyola guard to lead 28-24 at halftime. Loyola closed the 4:06 remaining.
a basket during the Ramblers’ win over
Clayton Custer. “I don’t even think it was half with a 20-4 run as Nevada didn’t score Nevada that sends them into the Elite Eight.
close, either. I am so happy for him. He is in the final 7:55 before the break. BIG PICTURE
such a good basketball player and such a After leading a combined 4 minutes, 24 Loyola pushed the ball in the paint on
good person, I am just so happy he domi- seconds of their first two NCAA Tournament almost every possession. The Ramblers’ Lo y o l a: The Ramblers showed strong
nated the game tonight and he led us. wins, the Wolf Pack didn’t trail in the open- first 10 points came on layups. poise by sticking with their game plan to
“This is unbelievable. Feels like a ing 18 minutes of the first half. Even after Freshman Cameron Krutwig, who at 6- attack the basket, even when the Wolf Pack
dream.” leading 20-8 and appearing to have estab- foot-9, 260 pounds stood out as the biggest collected five blocks in the first half.
The win leaves the No. 11th-seeded lished command, Nevada found a way to trail player for either team, had eight of Loyola’s Loyola took a 46-34 advantage in points in
Ramblers one victory from a Final Four at halftime for the sixth straight game. first 19 points but went to the bench with the paint.
appearance. Following a 4-4 tie, Nevada took the lead two fouls with 6:26 remaining in the half. Nev ada: The Wolf Pack couldn’t keep
Not bad for a program that hadn’t been in with an 8-0 run that included a layup and two He picked up his third foul midway through pace with Loyola’s inside attack. They made
the Sweet 16 in 33 years. free throws by Jordan Caroline. the second half. only 8 of 27 3-pointers.

K-State delivers another upset: Kentucky


By Paul Newberry regional final against No. 11 seed Loyola, through with the shot of the game to seat it Shai Gilgeous-Alexander got a decent
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS which continued its stunning run in the for the Big 12 school. look at the basket, but his shot rimmed out
tournament with a 69-68 victory over Brown darted into the lane with the shot as the horn sounded.
ATLANTA — Kentucky’s latest group of Nevada. clock running down, seemingly blowing by Brown wasn’t done. In the raucous cele-
fabulous freshman is all done. Yep, its 9 vs. 11 in the Elite Eight for the every Kentucky player to get to the basket, bration, he leaped over the press table like
Gritty Kansas State made sure of that first time in tournament history with a trip and banked one in with 18 seconds remain- Superman and sprinted into the arms of the
Thursday night. to the Final Four on the line. ing to put K-State up 60-58. purple-clad Kansas State fan section.
Demeaned by many pundits as the worst Just the way it should be in a regional that Kentucky’s Quade Green put up an airball John Calipari was denied a shot at his
team still alive in the NCAA Tournament, became the first in NCAA history to have from beyond the arc and Kansas State fifth Final Four in nine seasons as
ninth-seeded K-State got 22 points from the top four seeds knocked out on very first rebounded, drawing a foul that sent Amaad Kentucky’s coach. Fears that his young
Xavier Sneed and gave the South Regional weekend, including No. 1-ranked Virginia. Wainright to the line for two free throws players would “drink the poison” — the
one more upset with a 61-58 semifinal vic- Sneed wasn’t around at the end — he was that could’ve sealed it. He made only one, belief that they had an easy path to San
tory over Kentucky. among three Kansas State players who giving Kentucky one more chance to force Antonio thanks to all the upsets — turned
Next up in the bracket-busting South: the fouled out — but Barry Brown Jr. came overtime. out to be well founded.

NCAA roundup Noles roll: Florida St beats Gonzaga


75-60 in third NCAA upset
Streaking Michigan routs Texas A&M LOS ANGELES — Florida State’s upset run
LOS ANGELES — This one was easy. in the NCAA Tournament has stretched all the
After reaching the NCAA Tournament’s way to the brink of the Final Four.
round of 16 with an improbable buzzer-beat- Terance Mann scored 18 points and the
er, Michigan shot 62 percent from the floor ninth-seeded Seminoles advanced to the Elite
and routed Texas A&M 99-72 in the West Eight for just the third time in school history
Region semifinals on Thursday night to with a 75-60 victory over fourth-seeded
reach the Elite Eight for the third time in six Gonzaga on Thursday night in the West
years. Region semifinal.
Next up the Wolverines will face either C.J. Walker and Braian Angola added nine
No. 4 Gonzaga or No. 9 Florida State who points for the Seminoles (23-11), who
met in the second regional semifinal. knocked out a third straight higher-seeded
The Wolverines (31-7) dominated from opponent in a surprising run out West for a
start to finish, hitting 14 3-pointers — 10 team that went 9-9 in ACC play and lost its
in the first half — and extending their win- conference tournament opener.
ning streak to 12 games. Coolly maintaining a lead down the stretch
Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman scored 24 at Staples Center, Florida State ended
points, Moe Wagner added 21 points and Gonzaga’s 16-game winning streak and halt-
Charles Matthews had 18 points as third- ed the pursuit of a second straight Final Four
seeded Michigan had five players in double berth for last year’s tournament finalist.
figures.
“My shot went in early and it gives you “It’s not any time to start celebrating right
the confidence to take the next one,” Abdur- now,” Florida State coach Leonard Hamilton
Rahkman said. “I think everyone had that said. “These guys are working hard. We’ve
confidence today.” worked hard all year. Not very many people
Abdur-Rahkman made four 3-pointers and think we have a chance to be where we are.”
both of his free throws, and had five Hamilton’s best postseason run in his 16
rebounds and seven assists. years at Florida State is extended to Saturday,
“This senior right here played his tail off when the Seminoles will face third-seeded
in every single way,” Michigan coach John Michigan for a trip to the Final Four in San
Beilein said. “This is like a great example of Antonio. The Wolverines advanced with a
a great college basketball player that can 99-72 rout of Texas A&M.
play afterwards, too.” Florida State followed up its stunning
The Wolverines were good in the first half comeback against top-seeded Xavier last
and even better in the second. The rout was weekend with a steady, dominant second half
on by halftime with Michigan leading 52- against Gonzaga. The Seminoles jumped to a
28 after shooting 57 percent from the floor. 13-point lead early in the second half and
In the second half, the Wolverines improved never let their margin dip below four, with
to 68 percent from the floor. Mann providing the biggest buckets along
“We are on a business trip, and we still the way.
have business to take of,” Abdur-Rahkman Rui Hachimura scored 16 points and Zach
said. Norvell Jr. added 14 for the Zags (32-5), who
The Aggies (22-13) never made a run, hadn’t lost since Jan. 18. Already playing
going long stretches without a basket in the without injured forward Killian Tillie, the
first half while Michigan was scoring on Zags struggled when forwards Johnathan
nearly every trip down the floor. Williams and Hachimura got into early foul
trouble.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Friday • March 23, 2018 13

Reid said he’s done with anthem protest


By Josh Dubow “I’m not saying I’m going to “I’m not reason. I can go to sleep at night his brother prepare for his Pro
THE ASSOCIATGED PRESS stop being active because I won’t. confident that I did what I was Day. Justin Reid is considered one
I’m just going to consider differ- saying I’m taught to do. I’m just going to of the top safeties eligible for the
STANFORD — Free agent safety ent ways to be active, different going to stay positive, keep training, keep draft and will likely get picked on
Eric Reid said Thursday he is not ways to bring awareness to the staying in shape and we’ll see the first two days of next month’s
planning to protest during the issues of this country and improve stop being what happens.” draft.
national anthem this upcoming on the issues happening in this active Reid was a first-round pick by Justin Reid said he has visits
season. country. I don’t think it will be in because I the 49ers in 2013 and made the planned with Minnesota,
Reid has been among the NFL’s the form of protesting during the Pro Bowl as a rookie. He has been Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Detroit,
most visible protesters since for- anthem. I say during because it’s Eric Reid
won’t.” a strong player throughout his Seattle and Carolina. He also met
mer San Francisco teammate Colin crazy that the narrative changed to career, playing strong safety, free with 29 teams at the combine but
Kaepernick decided not to stand we were protesting the anthem and safety and even some linebacker said no one has asked him about
and Adrian Colbert under contract. last season when San Francisco his brother or if he would protest
for the national anthem in 2016. that wasn’t the case. I think we’re
Reid said his agent has heard was short-handed at the position. during the anthem.
Reid continued the protest of going to take a different approach
from a “couple” of teams but He has 10 interceptions and 36 Justin Reid said he’s prepared for
racial injustice and police brutali- to how we’re going to be active.”
money hasn’t been discussed and passes defensed in 70 career those questions if they come and
ty against minorities by kneeling Reid has gotten no contract
he is still awaiting an opportuni- games. that he won’t protest.
during the anthem last season as offers more than a week into free
ty. Reid has said that he under- “Eric played and played well for “We each have our own beliefs,”
Kaepernick was unable to find a agency despite a record of strong
stands his activism could affect us last year,” Lynch said. “I think he said. “He felt like that’s what he
job. But Reid said he will take a play on the field and versatility
his employment, especially after he’s kind of stuck in a safety mar- needed to do. I have my own ways
different approach in 2018. that many teams usually covet.
watching Kaepernick go unsigned ket that’s been quiet. I would antic- that I feel like I’m going to go
“We understand you have to San Francisco general manager
for more than a year. ipate things starting to shake for about it. I’m not as much of a
change with the times,” he said John Lynch said the team is moni-
“I said before, I stand by what him. We’ll see.” vocal person in that situation. I
after watching his brother, Justin, toring the market for Reid but the
I’ve done,” he said. “I know why While Eric Reid looks for a don’t really like drama. I don’t
take part in his Pro Day at Niners are mostly set at safety
I’ve done it. My faith in God is the team, he spent Thursday helping want to deal with that.”
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RBIs over 153 games in 2017.

GIANTS
Continued from page 11
of the number of concussions, sure there’s
some concern. With that said, when you see
Belt, he’s just got a hop to his step, he looks
so good, he’s in a great frame of mind. He’s
A’S
Continued from page 11
POWER MATTS: The A’s will clear the
fences. To complement Davis’ big bat, Matt
Chapman hit 14 homers in 84 games as a
looking forward to really getting back on the rookie and Matt Olson had a remarkable 24
field. He missed two months. That’s a long over 59 games and just 189 at-bats.
double-digit wins, more than 200 innings time.” The A’s are counting on some momentum
and 30-plus starts — the previous three years from winning 17 of their final 24 games last That home-run rate has been topped over a
MELANCON’S CHANCE: Closer Mark season, which meant a lot to Melvin seeing whole season only twice, when Mark McGwire
with 18, 18 and 15 victories — Bumgarner
Melancon will try to pitch a full season in the how well his young club performed in and home run king Barry Bonds each set the
went 4-9 with a 3.32 ERA in 17 starts last
ninth inning after his disappointing first September. single-season home run record.
season and threw just 111 innings to match
year in the Bay Area was cut short when he The A’s reached the playoffs in three straight BEST CASE: The familiar faces of Brett
his low total from 2010 when he came up in
needed right forearm surgery in September. years from 2012-14 but have finished last in Anderson and Trevor Cahill are back with the
June.
“You talk to the players and you can see a He made 32 appearances over 30 innings the AL West in each of the past three seasons. A’s, nine years after breaking into the big
different attitude coming into this spring with 11 saves. Here are some things to watch for with leagues with Oakland. If they can boost the
with what’s happened this offseason,” man- BEST CASE: Longoria and McCutchen Oakland as 2018 begins: rotation or provide much-needed depth to the
ager Bruce Bochy said. “And also the fact that are still stars, Bumgarner and Cueto — who DAVIS’ BAT: Khris Davis shined again pitching staff at this stage of their careers the
it’s a new slate and we’re going to be healthy, decided in November to stay put when he with his big bat and got paid. This offseason, signings will prove a success.
so there’s a lot of reason to be optimistic.” could have opted out of his contract — are an he signed a $10.5 million, one-year contract, Also, the A’s should have a formidable,
San Francisco certainly figures Bumgarner elite 1-2 punch and the Giants return to the more than doubling his healthy and deep outfield with the addition of
and Johnny Cueto — who made only 25 starts playoffs. salary after he beat the Stephen Piscotty in a trade from St. Louis as he
last season — will return with strong seasons “I don’t think you can fill it in any more team in arbitration the pre- returns home to the Bay Area as his mother
leading the rotation after being limited by than putting a guy like Andrew McCutchen vious winter. fights Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Oakland hopes
injuries in 2017. out there,” Longoria said. “He’s made a huge Now, the slugging out- center fielder Dustin Fowler can have a great
Even newcomers third baseman Evan impact on the players both young and old fielder will try for another rookie season after a devastating knee injury
Longoria and Andrew McCutchen understand that he’s played with and he’s got nothing but 40-homer season. occurred after just one inning in his debut for
the pain of losing so many games and the a great reputation. So all of those things are He hit a career-best 43 the Yankees — before he even got an at-bat.
importance of pushing past that to contend very important and make everybody confi- home runs in 2017, con- New York traded him to the A’s for Sonny Gray
again after a 64-98 season. dent that he’s going to be a great fit here.” necting on the last day of last summer.
Khris Davis
“I think they’re going to be a huge key to the year to best the season WORST CASE: The A’s young pitching
WORST CASE: An older team struggles high he set the previous season for Oakland.
our success this year,” catcher Buster Posey to stay healthy again and it might be time to staff shows its inconsistencies. Prized
said. The 30-year-old Davis is the only A’s player prospect A.J. Puk is likely to come up from
seriously consider a major rebuild. Posey is aside from Jimmie Foxx from 1932-34 with
“You can only go up, right?” Longoria said. confident, and he can’t wait to play with Triple-A Nashville at some point for a group
Here are things to look for as the Giants try consecutive 40-homer seasons. that must stay healthy after it already lost
Longoria and McCutchen. Davis’ 85 homers the past two seasons are
to bounce back in a tough NL West: Jharel Cotton. The right-hander underwent
HEALTHY BELT: First baseman Brandon “There’s a lot of teams that have backed up, second in the majors to Giancarlo Stanton’s Tommy John reconstructive elbow surgery
Belt has endured a series of concussions over punted and have gone the rebuilding route,” 86. Davis batted .247 with a career-high 110 Wednesday.
the past two seasons — and he didn’t play Bochy said. “I think you look at our core
players it just makes sense to do what we’re from the postseason if they lose a single game
after Aug. 4 last year.
“It’s obvious we’re hoping that we don’t
deal with this again,” Bochy said. “Because
doing because we still feel like there’s a nice
window there for us to play winning base-
ball.”
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Mills’ Matt O’Grady at No. 1 singles, 6-3,
Local sports roundup 3-6, 6-4.
Curtis Draheim gave Mills its only win at
THURSDAY No. 3 singles with a 6-3, 1-6, 6-4 victory
over Burlingame’s Oliver Nix.
Boys’ tennis The Panthers won the rest of the matches
Carlmont 4, Aragon 3 in straight sets, although the doubles teams
The Dons put up a fight, but it was the Scots of Wesley Larlarb and Kai Lazarov at No. 2,
who came away with a key PAL Bay Division and Matt Pilch and Connor Sheehy at No. 3,
victory. needed a tiebreaker to pull out wins. Larlarb
The win keeps Carlmont (6-0 PAL Bay) unde- and Lazarov won 6-4, 7-6(7), while Pilch
feated in PAL play and in a first-place tie with and Sheehy posted a 7-6(7), 6-1 victory.
Menlo-Atherton.
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won in straight sets. ning at love. Andrei Volgin won his No. 2
singles match 6-4, 6-0, while Siddharth
Burlingame 6, Mills 1 Chari cruised to a 6-2, 6-3 victory at No. 1
The Panthers finally got back in the win singles.
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Sharks come up aces against Vegas LAX Padres. Last year, he spent most of the sea-
son a reserve defensive midfielder. This
year, he’s added offense to go along with his
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS defense.
Sharks 2, Golden Knights 1 Continued from page 11 “He’s the heart and soul of our team on
SAN JOSE — Logan Couture scored 39 both ends (offense and defense),” Loscialpo
Malcolm Subban. He stopped 42 shots but it at the 5:48 mark. That was followed with a
seconds into overtime to send the San Jose said. “If there was a guy who was going to
wasn’t enough for Vegas to come up with the man-advantage goal with 3:44 left.
Sharks to their season-high sixth straight improve … it would be him.”
win. But that was as close as Serra would get.
victory, 2-1 over the Brogan Reed took over the scoring chores
After Jones made a big save early in the SHC scored the next two goals for a 12-8
Vegas Golden Knights on from Callagy after that, scoring two of the
overtime, the Sharks came up with the puck lead before Randy Lewis rounded out the
Thursday night. Padres’ final three goals of the quarter. He
in transition and Couture beat Subban with a scoring for Serra.
Brent Burns also scored slammed home a one-time off an assist from
backhand for his 31st goal of the season.
and Martin Jones made The final three quarters were a far cry from Ryland Hayes to put Serra up 3-0 with just
The Golden Knights struck first on a pret-
24 saves to help the the opening 12 minutes as Serra came out under eight minutes to play in the period. He
ty passing play early in the first period that
Sharks move within flying, while the Irish struggled to find a then scooped up a loose ball deep in the
ended when Jonathan Marchessault found
seven points of first- rhythm. It took less than two minutes for SHC end and converted for a 4-0 lead.
Tatar cutting through the slot ahead of
place Vegas with eight the Padres to get on the board as Brendan SHC finally got on the board with just
Justin Braun. Tatar skated past Jones and
games remaining in the Callagy, a junior midfielder, scored the first under five minutes left in the quarter, but
Logan Couture regular season. San Jose backhanded the puck into the open net.
of his two goals. He used his large frame to Gross re-established the Padres’ four-goal
Vegas has been dominant when getting off
also opened a four-point hold off a SHC defender before unloading a lead with a strike with 50 seconds left.
to a lead, posting an NHL-best 31-5-1 record
lead over third-place Los Angeles in the laser of a shot to put Serra up 1-0 on the first In the second quarter, Serra’s offense dried
when scoring first heading into this game.
Pacific Division with a game in hand as the shot of the game. up, but the defense was still on point as the
But the Sharks dominated the second period,
Sharks close in on home-ice advantage in Callagy added his second about two min- Irish scored once to close to 5-2 at halftime.
outshooting the Golden Knights 18-4 and
the first round of the playoffs. utes later when he received a pass on the “[Lacrosse is] a game of runs,” Loscialpo.
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Tomas Tatar scored the lone goal for the right wing, worked in close and fired a shot “This (Serra) team is a young team and
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Golden Knights, who were kept in the game into the far left corner. they’re still learning the ebbs and flows (of
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EU recalls Moscow envoy after
blaming Russia over spy attack
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS authorities.”
May was delighted with
BRUSSELS — The European Union is the support early Friday.
recalling its ambassador from Moscow for “This is about us stand-
consultations over the nerve gas attack ing together to uphold
against a former spy in Britain earlier this our values against the
month, reinforcing a united stand with Russian threat,” she said.
Prime Minister Theresa May against Russia. Rutte said no sanctions
After the EU firmly sided with May in the were actually discussed at
escalating conflict reminiscent of the Cold Theresa May the summit even though
War and said it was “highly likely Russia is rumors swirled of more
responsible” for the attack on Sergei drastic diplomatic measures. President Dalia
Skripal, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte Grybauskaite of former Soviet state
said the EU envoy “is being recalled for con- Lithuania said she was considering
sultations to Brussels.” expelling Russian diplomats in the wake of
REUTERS FILE PHOTO May won the backing of 27 other EU lead- the March 4 attack.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton speaks at the Conservative Political ers at a summit Thursday and the bloc called Rutte said over the coming days or weeks,
Action Conference in Oxon Hill, Md. the attack a “grave challenge to our shared “we and our partners must see what the logi-
security.” cal next steps are.”

Bolton may herald rightward The EU states said they would “coordinate
on the consequences to be drawn in the light
of the answers provided by the Russian
He insisted that any measure “must have
an added value to this extremely strong
political declaration.”

shift in Trump’s foreign policy


By Jill Colvin and Zeke Miller Bolton served as the State Department’s
Legal shake-up in Trump team
may suggest shift in strategy
Around the nation
U.S. Attorney Joseph diGenova, who has
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS point-man on arms control, where he battled WASHINGTON — President Donald accused FBI officials of being involved in a
other governments over nuclear weapons Trump’s lead lawyer in the special counsel’s “brazen plot” to exonerate Hillary Clinton
WASHINGTON — John Bolton, President tests, land mines, biological weapons, bal- Russia investigation resigned Thursday, in the email investigation and to “frame”
Donald Trump’s incoming national security listic missile limits and the International shaking up the legal team just as Trump Trump for nonexistent crimes.
adviser — and his third to date — is a divisive Criminal Court. intensifies attacks on an inquiry he calls Dowd confirmed his decision in an email
foreign policy figure who was an unabashed An unabashed proponent of American nothing more than a witch hunt. to the Associated Press, saying, “I love the
supporter of the Iraq war and advocates power and a strong supporter of the Iraq war, The departure of attorney John Dowd President and wish him well.” Dowd said he
regime change in Iran. Bolton was unable to win Senate confirma- removes the primary negotiator and legal made the decision voluntarily and he denied
The rise of the mustached Bolton, a former tion after his nomination to the U.N. post strategist who had been molding Trump’s reports that his departure had to do with
U.N. ambassador under President George W. turned off many Democrats and even some defense. It also comes just days after the Trump ignoring his legal advice. Dowd said
Bush who served in three federal agencies Republicans. He resigned after serving 17 Trump legal team added a new lawyer, former he formally resigned Thursday morning.
under Presidents Ronald Reagan and George months as a Bush “recess appointment,”
H.W. Bush, is likely to herald a rightward which allowed him to hold the job on a tem-
shift in Trump’s foreign policy and an porary basis without Senate confirmation.
embrace of more hard-line policies. The human rights group Amnesty
Bolton, 69, has been an especially outspo- International called Trump’s choice “reck-
ken critic of the Iran nuclear agreement. less.”
Trump had campaigned against the deal and “Bolton’s influence over national security
vowed to end it, but instead heeded the advice policy could result in even more civilian
of two outgoing aides, national security deaths and potentially unlawful killings
adviser H.R. McMaster and Secretary of State given his disdain for international law and
Rex Tillerson, to delay the move. international institutions,” Zeke Johnson,
Since firing Tillerson and announcing his Senior Director of Programs at Amnesty
intent to replace him with CIA Director Mike International USA, said Thursday night.
Pompeo, Trump has signaled he is eager to In recent years, Trump has denounced the
make good on his promise on Iran. On U.S. invasion of Iraq, describing it as a waste
Tuesday he coyly said, “You’re gonna see of lives and money — though his contempo-
what I do.” raneous views were less clear. He has also
Trump had originally considered choosing been critical of Bush and Republicans for
Bolton, a Fox News contributor, as his secre- their support of the nearly nine-year con-
tary of state. But Bolton’s background com- flict, which saw more than 4,400 American
plicated his chances for Senate confirmation. service-members killed and more than
When George W. Bush became president, 31,000 wounded.

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American jobs and closing of plants. Dozens of industry groups sent a letter Business groups mostly agree that some-

CHINA
Continued from page 1
The president said the tariffs could cover
“about $60 billion” in trade with China, but
senior White House officials said the U.S.
last weekend to Trump warning that “the
imposition of sweeping tariffs would trig-
ger a chain reaction of negative conse-
thing needs to be done about China’s
aggressive push in technology, but they
worry that China will retaliate by targeting
Trade Representative had identified 1,300 quences for the U.S. economy, provoking U.S. exports of aircraft, soybeans and other
product lines worth about $50 billion as retaliation, stifling U.S. agriculture, goods, products and start a tit-for-tat trade war of
including pork, apples and steel pipe, it potential targets. and services exports, and raising costs for escalating sanctions between the world’s
said may be hit with higher import duties. That list will include aerospace, informa- businesses and consumers.” two biggest economies.
The Commerce Ministry said the higher tion and communication technology, and Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts, Republican “China has been trying to cool things
U.S. tariffs “seriously undermine” the glob- machinery, according to a USTR fact sheet. chairman of the Senate Agriculture down for weeks. They have offered conces-
al trading system. The ministry urged the But further details were scant. Committee, suggested lawmakers may need sions, ” said Mary Lovely, a Syracuse
U. S. “to resolve the concerns of the The order signed by Trump directed the to consider what he called a “Trump Tariff University economist and senior fellow at
Chinese side as soon as possible,” and trade representative to publish a list of pro- Payment” to compensate farmers if their the Peterson Institute for International
appealed for dialogue “to avoid damage to posed tariffs for public comment within 15 crops face retaliation. Economics. “I fear they will take a hard line
overall Chinese-U.S. cooperation.” days. Trump also asked Treasury Secretary But some labor unions and Democrats said now that their efforts have been rebuffed. ...
At home, investors on Wall Street showed Steven Mnuchin to come up with a list of Trump was justified in delivering a swift China cannot appear subservient to the
their rising concern about retaliation and restrictions on Chinese investment and said blow to China after years of a lax response U.S.”
business-stifling cost increases for compa- the administration was preparing a case from the U.S. The move against China comes just as the
nies and consumers. The Dow Jones indus- before the World Trade Organization. “Chinese cheating has cost American United States prepares to impose tariffs of
trials plunged 724 points. Despite Trump’s confident words, busi- jobs and I applaud the administration for 25 percent on imported steel and 10 percent
Trump himself, joined by supportive ness groups and Republican lawmakers are standing firm in its commitment to crack on aluminum — sanctions that are meant to
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By Mark Kennedy million worldwide, was that cheer-at-the-screen fun. It’s destroying carnage. It satis-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS portal really going to stay the definition of what a block- fies on every front.
closed? buster sequel should be. Success wasn’t foreordained
At the end of the monsters- No, of course not. And, with “Pacific Rim Uprising” uses for the sequel. Original writer
versus-robots flick “Pacific sincere apologies to the front- a lighter palette and is geared Travis Beacham and director-
Rim,” a breach at the bottom line cities on the Pacific Rim toward a younger audience writer Guillermo del Toro
of the Pacific Ocean is closed, facing a mauling, we say than its 2013 predecessor, but haven’t returned (though del
plugging a hole that allowed thank goodness, because the it keeps all the key elements, Toro is still a producer), nor
hellish creatures to emerge new sequel “Pacific Rim upping the special effects and have its original stars, Charlie
and terrorize the globe. But Uprising” is a visually-stun- finding honest moments and Hunnam and Idris Elba. (Elba
after the movie earned $400 ning, expertly crafted dose of humor in the midst of world- See PACIFIC, Page 22
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Food brief
Burgers outselling baguette sandwiches in France
PARIS — Forget the baguette. The French are going crazy
Chicken piri piri a treat with heat
By Katie Workman
for burgers. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Figures released this week revealed that sales of the jam-
bon-beurre — the ham and butter baguette sandwich, a clas-
Here’s the drill with butterflying — or
sic of French snacking — have been surpassed by sales of
spatchcocking — a bird. You cut the
American-style burgers.
backbone out of the chicken with
The study by restaurant consultants Gira Conseil showed
kitchen shears, then turn the bird over
that about 1.2 billion ham and butter sandwiches were sold
and press down on the breastbone until
in 2017, while 1.4 billion burgers were eaten over the same
the bird lies somewhat flat.
period.
It’s not difficult to do, but a) you need
sharp kitchen shears, and b) you have to
be comfortable using them on poultry.
If either of those things poses a prob-
lem, ask the butcher to do it for you
(that’s what I do).
Why spatchcock a chicken? It cooks
more quickly and evenly, and also
allows for some nice overall browning.
Another somewhat arbitrary reason I
Piri piri chicken originated in Africa when Portuguese settlers arrived with
discovered is that if you are using all of
the racks in your oven, a spatchcocked
bird’s-eye chili peppers.
chicken takes up less headroom. Fun Serve this chicken with rice, either Cut the jalapenos in half, and remove
fact. plain or yellow, and a green salad. Beer the seeds and stems. Spread the
Piri piri chicken originated in Africa would be a great companion. And should jalapenos on a baking sheet, cut side
when Portuguese settlers arrived with there be any leftovers, they make a great down. Roast about 15 minutes, until
bird’s-eye chili peppers (“piri-piri” chicken salad. slightly shriveled. Let the jalapenos
means “pepper-pepper” in Swahili). cool. Combine the jalapenos, oil, vine-
Here jalapenos are used, which have a CHICKEN PIRI PIRI gar, paprika, oregano, garlic and salt in
more predictable level of heat and are Serves 4 a food processor or blender until it
readily available. Four jalapenos may Start to finish: 3 hours 20 minutes, forms a paste.
seem like a lot, but once you remove the including 2 hours marinating time, 1 Transfer the chicken to a glass or non-
seeds and ribs and roast the peppers, you hour cooking time reactive dish. Pour the marinade over the
will be left with a soft, level, nice, 1 (3 1/2- to 4-pound) chicken chicken and flip it a few times so that
smoky heat, but hardly a tongue-burn- 4 jalapeno peppers the marinade coats the chicken well.
ing level of spiciness. 1/2 cup olive oil Cover and refrigerate for 2 to 12 hours.
Either use plastic gloves when han- 1/4 cup red wine vinegar Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F, and
dling the jalapenos or wash your hands 2 teaspoons hot paprika let the chicken come to room tempera-
right afterward with plenty of warm 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano ture while the oven heats up. Remove
water and soap. You only have to touch 3 garlic cloves the chicken from the marinade and place
your eyes or lips once with jalapeno 1 teaspoon salt it skin-side-up on a rimmed baking
hands to know why. The longer you If the chicken is already butterflied, sheet. Roast for about 1 hour until the
marinate the chicken, the deeper the fla- move to the next step. If not, cut the juices run clear when a sharp knife is
vor. backbone out of the chicken with inserted into the meaty part of the
If you don’t have hot paprika, you can kitchen shears, then turn the bird over thigh. Let it sit for about 15 minutes on
substitute regular paprika and a couple and press down on the breastbone until a cutting board, then cut into pieces and
of generous pinches of cayenne pepper. the bird lies somewhat flat. serve hot.
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By Susan Cohn
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT

SAN MATEO COUNTY BAR ASSO-


CIATION INSTALLS 2 0 1 8 OFFICERS
AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND
HONORS LOCAL ATTORNEYS . On
March 2 at the Old Courthouse in Redwood
City, the San Mateo County Bar
Association installed its 2018 officers and
Board of Directors. 2018 Executive Officers
are President Peter F. Goldscheider, Vice
President David Silberman, Treasurer tions and selfless commitment of time and
Kathleen A. Durrans, and Secretary Monica energy advance the professionalism of the
Castillo. The 2018 Board of Directors is San Mateo County Bar Association.
James “Kevin” Allen, Jacquelyn M. Brown, ***
Chinhayi Cadet, Michael T. Carney, Joseph WOMEN LAWYERS ’ S ECTION
P. Crawford, Melissa Karlsten, Laura M. HOS TS APRIL 2 6 LUNCH HOUR
Mazza, B. Douglas Robbins, H. Yvonne B OOK DIS CUS S ION OF “WHAT
Seeley and Paul A. Wilkins. The event was WORKS FOR WOMEN AT WORK. ”
also the occasion for the association to What Works for Women at Work is a guide
honor a select group of its members. for mastering office politics as a woman.
Bernard T. Cotter received a Special Distilling over 35 years of research, authors
Lifetime Achievement Award. Cotter has Joan C. Williams and Rachel Dempsey iden- TOM JUNG/DAILY JOURNAL
practiced civil litigation since 1960. He has tify four patterns that can act as obstacles to The San Mateo County Bar Association installed its 2018 officers and board members and
vast experience in the courtroom, bringing success: Prove-It-Again, the Tightrope, the presented awards on March 2 at the Old Courthouse in Redwood City. Pictured at the ceremony
more than 130 jury trials to verdict. Mr. Maternal Wall, and the Tug of War. were (left to right) Board of Directors member Chinhayi Cadet; James M. Dennis Memorial
Cotter is a Diplomate of the American Board Applying academic research, interviews and Award Winner John S. Digiacinto; Robert Vale; SMCBA President Peter F. Goldscheider; Board
of Trial Advocates and was admitted to the personal anecdotes, the authors describe of Directors member Paul A. Wilkins; and Dennis L. Woodman Memorial Award Winner Kevin
United States Supreme Court in 1970. Since how these patterns apply to working R. Nowack.
1996, Mr. Cotter has been the Editor of The women and offer strategies on how individ- seeking an experienced Court Services provides quality information and cost-effec-
Docket, the San Mateo County Bar maga- ual women can best combat them. All are Manager. The Court Services Manager will tive services. Court operations include the
zine, and in 2007 the San Mateo County welcome to join a lunch and book discus- report to the Chief of Court Operations and Civil, Criminal, Appeals, Family Law,
Trial Lawyers Association named him sion, even if you don’t have an opportunity be responsible for the direct and indirect Juvenile, Probate, Small Claims, Traffic and
George M. Corey Trial Lawyer of the Year. to read or complete the book in advance. supervision of lower level managerial, Records Divisions. Each division adjudi-
John S. Digiacinto received the James M. April 26. noon-1:30 p. m. Hobees supervisory, professional, technical and cates related cases, files and maintains
Dennis Memorial Award, presented in recog- Restaurant. 1101 Shoreway Road. Belmont. clerical employees. This position will be records, and provides public information.
nition of the attorney whose courage and The cost for the lunch and the discussion is responsible for multiple clerks’ offices and The application period closes on April 12 at
determination, even in the face of adversity, $35 for section members and $45 for non- divisions within the Superior Court. The 11:59 p.m. Information may be found on
contributes significantly to justice in the section members. Please RSVP by April 20 Superior Court of California, County of San the court website at jobs.smcgov.org.
community and raises the ethical standards to Jessica Rowe at 368-4662 or Mateo resolves court actions fairly, effec-
of the San Mateo County Bar Association. jrowe@arcr.com. Mail checks to Ms.Rowe tively and efficiently with due process and
Kevin Nowack was presented with the at 900 Veterans Blvd., Suite 600, Redwood Susan E. Cohn is a member of the State Bar of
equal protection of the law. In addition to
Dennis L. Woodman Memorial Award, given City, CA 94063. California. She may be contacted at susan@smdai-
upholding the laws of the state, the court
in recognition of the Private Defender who *** lyjournal.com.
heedless of opposition and with ceaseless THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CALI-
determination fights for those whose liber- FORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO IS
ty or lives are in peril. Sadhana “Sandy” SEEKING AN EXPERIENCED COURT
Narayan received the William Nagle Jr. SERVICES MANAGER. The Superior
Memorial Award, presented in recognition Court of California, County of San Mateo is
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PACIFIC
Continued from page 19
The new film opens in 2035, 10 years
after the last Kaiju was defeated and the
breach closed. It’s the calm before the
nently upset our dreams.
If the first movie’s fight sequences were
often set in the rainy dark, “Pacific Rim
Part of the success of the “Pacific Rim”
films is that they have cobbled together
enough elements of other films to make
storm. Our heroes now are Jake (John Uprising” embraces the light. Cities are them familiar yet newish. They owe “Blade
Boyega), the rebellious son of Elba’s char- flattened during the day as monsters and Runner,” ‘’Independence Day,” ‘’Minority
had a very good reason for not showing up: acter, and the teen orphan Amara (Cailee robots slug it out. Skyscrapers get punched, Report, ” ‘’Star Wars” and, of course,
He blew himself up in the final moments of Spaeny), who builds her own Jaeger out of debris cascades down and cars get swiped “Transformers” — not to mention every
the original to keep the Pacific portal spare parts. They join together to help the around. The connection between special Godzilla movie ever made — some residu-
closed). military fight a new opponent — a rogue effects and human actors is seamless and als. But they also have defined and intro-
Steven S. DeKnight, who created and ran Jaeger that comes out of the sea and stomps astonishing. The level of detail — from duced their own world and language.
the TV series “Spartacus” on Starz, was around menacingly. It is soon clear there’s a complex cityscapes like Shanghai and It may not be nuanced, but it taps into
tapped to direct while del Toro focused on conspiracy afoot. Tokyo to the icescapes of Siberia — is bril- something mythical — ferocious monsters
the smaller monster movie “Shape of Boyega, fresh off his “Star Wars” gig, is liant. rising from nowhere to be battled by 21st
Water. ” DeKnight also teamed up with great here, is a dashing rogue who struggles The filmmakers have abandoned del century swordfighters. And it’s exhilarat-
Emily Carmichael, Kira Snyder and T.S. under his father’s shadow but soon earns the Toro’s political touches — pollution as a ing, like when one triumphant Jaeger gazes
Nowlin to craft the new story, which cham- respect of his peers. “We are a family now factor in the creature attacks and building a down at a downed opponent after a climac-
pions outsiders and misfits as well as cele- and we are Earth’s last defense,” he says. He wall to stop them, for example — but wise- tic fight and insouciantly lifts its middle
brates makeshift families and teamwork. and Spaeny have an easy rapport and some ly adopted his sly humor. In one loud fight fingers. “Pacific Rim Uprising” is so confi-
Plus, some stuff gets pummeled. moments between them seem genuinely sequence, massive monsters and robots dent in itself that it basically promises a
First, a step back for anyone not familiar charming and goofy. trade punches and one buckles, pancakes on third film as the end credits roll. We can’t
with this horrific near-future: Aliens have Charlie Day and Burn Gorman reprise the street and skids to a thudding, thunder- wait.
sent giant monsters called Kaiju to soften us their roles as squabbling scientists, and ing stop, only slightly nudging a parked “Pacific Rim Uprising, ” a Universal
humans up ahead of world domination. But Rinko Kikuchi is back as the adopted daugh- cherry red subcompact in the process. The release, is rated PG-13 by the Motion
we’ve created 270-foot tall robots called ter of Elba’s character. The rest of the cast is little car’s alarm soon wails indignantly. Picture Association of America for
Jaegers to fight back. They’re so big they multiethnic, competent and very sweaty. Those little touches — Muzak played in a “sequences of sci-fi violence and action, and
need to be manned by pairs of operators The robots now have hologram interiors tense elevator during an invasion or a battle some language.” Running time: 111 min-
who build a neural bridge between their and the monsters seem less homages to past beside a museum’s dinosaur exhibit — leav- utes. Three and a half stars out of four.

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Location: 643 Bair Island Road (APN: 052-520-260) File No: (UP2018-004/AP2018-009)
Request for: Installation of a new wireless telecommunications facility on an existing rooftop
enclosure.
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CHIN
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before choosing a candidate,” said Ng.
“It was very difficult.”
The applicants sought appointment
Senior Showcase Information Fair. mation call 355-1894. to the board following Kohn Hsieh’s
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Twin Pines Senior announcement of her resignation in
Center, 20 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont. Learn to Build a Crystal Radio. 1: 30 available, Chin decided to seize his January to spend more time with her
Meet senior-related businesses and p.m to 3:30 p.m. Museum of opportunity. He was selected
learn about community services. For American Heritage, 351 Homer Ave., family.
more information contact Palo Alto. RSVP required. $85. For Wednesday, March 21, to fill the For Chin, beyond the inherited chal-
kerry@smdailyjournal.com. more information call 321-1004. vacancy left by former board presi- lenges of balancing the district’s
Foster City Rotary Healthy Aging Understanding Computer Viruses. dent’s Nancy Kohn Hsieh’s departure. major financial and infrastructure
Education Day. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 2 p.m. Grand Avenue Library, 306 Chin, whose two young children
Foster City Recreation Center, 650 Walnut Ave., South San Francisco. For issues, he said a key focus of his will
Shell Blvd., Foster City. For more more information call 877-8530. attend Baywood Elementary School, be establishing and preserving a deep
information call 218-5234. said he was thrilled with an opportuni- well of teaching talent.
‘The Elephant Man.’ 2 p.m. Hillbarn
In the Groove: A History of Record Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale Blvd., Foster ty to put his passion and expertise to “In order to have great schools, we
Players. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The City. $37-$54. Based on the life of use benefiting local schools. need to have great teachers,” he said.
Museum of American Heritage, 315 John Merrick. For more information
Homer Ave., Palo Alto. For more call 349-6411. “It’s great, I’m excited,” said Chin, Educators are struggling to afford the
information call 321-1004. 43. “I feel honored for this privilege of While acknowledging the variety of
Asian Ar t Museum Presents: qualified candidates who applied for cost of living locally, so Chin said he
Advanced Harmonica. 11:15 a.m. to Divine Bodies. 2 p.m. South San serving the kids. So let’s get to work.” would like to investigate the options
the position, Ng said she also appreci-
12:15 p.m. San Mateo Senior Center, Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Plenty of work is ahead for Chin, as ated the perspective Chin applies to available to the district beyond merely
2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San Orange Ave., South San Francisco. A
Mateo. Residents $85, non-residents docent from the Asian Art Museum he joins the leadership team for a dis- school issues. wage hikes. The issue of staff turnover
$105. For more information call 522- will deliver an educational and trict weighing a potential tax measure “He is someone who looks at the can be expected to worsen in the com-
7490. entertaining multimedia talk on his-
torical paintings and sculptures while also seeking to build a new ele- school and looks at the district and ing years too, he noted, as an older
Adult Crafternoon: Ink Floating. 1 from Hindu and Buddhist traditions mentary school with limited funds, sees the schools are a part of the broad- generation ages into retirement.
p.m. South San Francisco Main alongside modern photography. For
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South more information contact ssf- amidst the variety of other school er community,” she said. “If we can’t pay teachers more
San Francisco. Create unique station- padm@plsinfo.org. administrative challenges. Other candidates seeking appoint- because we have a funding problem …
ary through ink floating. For more Acknowledging the substantive hur-
information contact Romeo and Juliet in 55 Minutes ment included Mollie Carter, Karen are there other benefits we can give
ssfpladm@plsinfo.org. Live. 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Redwood dles on the district’s horizon, Chin Chi, Cynthia Chin, Catherine Chou, them? I don’t know what the answer is,
City Downtown Library, 1044 said his work on a variety of communi-
Hung Liu: All Over the Map. 1 p.m. Middlefield Road, Redwood City. Christine Douglas, Garrett Dunwoody, but I do want to dive into that,” he
to 5 p.m. Sanchez Art Center, 1220 Easily understandable performance ty commissions and boards such as the Nicole Fernandez, Omar Garriott, said.
Linda Mar Blvd., Pacifica. Exhibition of the classic play. For more informa- county’s Measure K oversight commit-
by renowned Chinese painter and tion call 780-7058. Katherine Goodman, James Kim, Ian Chin received an opportunity to get
printmaker Hung Liu. For more infor- tee, the county Office of Education’s McCullough, Thomas Morgan, Randi right to work, as his first board meet-
mation call 355-1894. Docent Orientation. 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Safe Routes to Schools group have Paynter, Ruchita Sinha, Jacob Thiel, ing came only one day after he was
San Mateo County History Museum,
Youth Ar t Show. 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. Free. prepared him for the job. Annie Tsai and Shiraz Zack. appointed to the position. Now he’s
South San Francisco Municipal For more information call 299-0104. Board President Audrey Ng agreed, prepared to hit the ground running.
Services Building, 33 Arroyo Drive, Ng lauded the qualifications of the
South San Francisco. Two day event Dr. Seuss’s ‘Horton Hears a Who’ claiming Chin’s experience set him candidates, noting the exhaustive “I’m ready. Being a stay-at-home
showcasing the artistry of South San Activity and Movie. 3 p.m. Grand apart from his fellow candidates. interview process spanning almost six dad, at the moment I have the luxury of
Francisco Unified School District stu- Avenue Library, 306 Walnut Ave.,
dents from kindergarten through South San Francisco. For more infor- “He understands government hours to narrow the pack and ultimate- having a little bit more time than other
12th-grade. For more information mation call 877-8530. processes,” she said. “We are very ly land on Chin. people. So I’m itching to start,” he
contact ercie.santos@ssf.net.
‘Joseph and the Amazing excited to have him on board.” said.
Reel Great Films: Maudie. 7 p.m. to Technicolor Dreamcoat’
9 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Performance by Menlo-Ather ton.
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In the Heights: A Musical by Lin- chased online. For more information the tracks, are noteworthy.
Manuel Miranda. 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. call 906-7724. Continued from page 1 Mitchell), the town librarian. She’s
Capuchino High School, 1501 slow to succumb to his charm, but Production values are high, especial-
Magnolia Ave., San Bruno. For more ‘The Elephant Man.’ 8 p.m. Hillbarn eventually she does. ly the smart period costumes by
information call 553-9411. Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale Blvd., Foster about the instruments or music, but he Leandra Watson.
City. $37-$54. Based on the life of
does know how to charm people by And her young brother, Winthrop
‘Joseph and the Amazing John Merrick. For more information
Technicolor Dreamcoat’ call 349-6411. flattering them and bringing out posi- Paroo (Liam Kimhi), blossoms, over- The show is filled with memorable
Per formance by Menlo-Atherton. tive qualities. Therefore, even though coming his lisp and belting out “Gary, songs such as “(Ya Got) Trouble, ”
7:30 p.m. Menlo-Atherton High David Mamet’s ‘Race. ‘8 p.m. Indiana.” “Goodnight My Someone,” “Till There
School Performing Arts Center, 555 Dragon Productions Theatre Co., he fleeces them, he leaves a lot of good
Middlefield Road, Atherton. Adults 2120 Broadway, Redwood City. in his wake. Directed and choreographed by Was You” and, of course, “Seventy-six
$14, seniors $10. Tickets can be pur- Tickets are $35 for general admis- Trombones.”
sion and $27 for students and sen- For example, feuding school board Nicole Helfer with musical direction
chased online. For more information
call 906-7724. iors. For more information email members forget their differences when by Sean Kana, this is a highly enter- In short, it’s great fun.
info@dragonproductions.net. taining production with fine perform-
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Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale Blvd., Foster Woodside High School Musical (Derrick Contreras, Jonathan Chan, ances throughout its large cast of kids hours including one long intermission
‘On the Town.’ 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. and adults.
City. $37-$54. Based on the life of
Woodside High School Performing Daniel Lloyd Pias and Mohammed (long lines for restrooms and conces-
John Merrick. For more information
call 349-6411. Arts Center, 199 Churchill Ave., Ismail) singing the likes of “Lida Mitchell as Marian is an outstanding sions), “The Music Man” will continue
Woodside. Cost is $10-20. For more singer, while Schiller as Harold through April 1 at the Fox Theater,
David Mamet’s Race. 8 p.m. Dragon information call 367-9750. Rose.”
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same address. The business is conduct-
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menced to transact business under the
FBN on 3/1/2018.
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sor-County Clerk on 3/1/18. (Published in
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The following person is doing business
as: State Street Honey, 2727 Delaware
For the best value and the best results, Ave, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. Reg-
istered Owner: Todd Michael Parsons,
recruit from the Daily Journal... same address. The business is conduct-
ed by an Individual. The registrant com-
menced to transact business under the
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This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 2/28/18. (Published
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Monday, April 2, 2018 at FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
7:00 p.m., (or as soon thereafter as the matter is heard) in the STATEMENT #276030
The following person is doing business
Millbrae City Council Chambers, 621 Magnolia Ave., Millbrae, as: San Bruno Toyota, 750 El Camino
CA, the Millbrae Planning Commission will conduct a public Real, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Regis-
hearing on the following matters: tered Owner: G.Y.A. Auto & Investments,
LLC, CA. The business is conducted by
a Limited Liability Company. The regis-
1226 RIDGEWOOD DRIVE: DESIGN REVIEW to allow the trant commenced to transact business
demolition of a single- story residence and new construction under the FBN on NA.
/s/George Y. Assoun/
of a two-story residence located in the Single-Family Residen- This statement was filed with the Asses-
tial (R-1) Zoning District. (Public Hearing) (Continued from sor-County Clerk on 3/7/18. (Published in
2/5/18) (On March 13, 2018, the applicant requested to con- the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/9/18,
3/16/18, 3/23/18, 3/30/18).
tinue item from 4/2/18 to the 4/16/18 Planning Commission
meeting in order to revise plans and provide the required ma-
terials for staff review). FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #276936
The following person is doing business
797 SANTA MARGARITA: DISCRETIONARY USE PERMIT as: Stellar Group Attorney Services, 990
to allow a wireless telecommunications facility and related Industrial Road, Suite 209, SAN CAR-
LOS, CA 94070. Registered Owner: Pal-
equipment for commercial purposes on private property within ma & Palma Investigations LLC, CA.
the public right of way in the Open Space (O) Zoning District. The business is conducted by a Limited
(Public Hearing) Liability Company. The registrant com-
menced to transact business under the
FBN on N/A.
427 ANITA DRIVE: DISCRETIONARY USE PERMIT to allow /s/Sylvia Palma/
a wireless telecommunications facility and related equipment This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 3/7/18. (Published in
for commercial purposes on private property within the public the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/16/18,
right of way in the Single-Family Residential (R-1) Zoning Dis- 3/23/18, 3/30/18, 4/6/18).
trict. (Public Hearing)
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
826 BROOKSIDE LANE: DISCRETIONARY USE PERMIT to STATEMENT #276780
The following person is doing business
allow a wireless telecommunications facility and related as: Prism Hair Studio, 1363 Laurel
equipment for commercial purposes on private property within Street, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Regis-
the public right of way in the Single-Family Residential (R-1) tered Owner: Cithlaly Mohsenas Casta-
ñeda, 1143 Ruby St., Redwood City, CA
Zoning District. (Public Hearing) 94061. The business is conducted by an
Individual. The registrant commenced to 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
448 BAYVIEW AVENUE: DISCRETIONARY USE PERMIT to transact business under the FBN on N/A.
/s/Cithlaly Mohsenas Castañeda/
allow a wireless telecommunications facility and related This statement was filed with the Asses- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
equipment for commercial purposes on private property within sor-County Clerk on 2/23/18. (Published STATEMENT #277094 STATEMENT #277128 CHANGE OF NAME
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/16/18, The following person is doing business The following person is doing business CASE# 18CIV00859
the public right of way in the Single-Family Residential (R-1) as: Boomerang Masonry, 708 Niantic Dr, as: Lily Spa and Beauty, 309 Baden SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
3/23/18, 3/30/18, 4/6/18).
Zoning District. (Public Hearing) FOSTER CITY, CA 94404. Registered Ave., SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
Owner: Vlasta Georgievski, same ad- 94080. Registered Owner: Dong D. 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME dress. The business is conducted by an Hoang, 1783 Tustin Dr., San Jose, CA REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
At the time of the hearing, all interested persons are invited to STATEMENT #277030 95122. The business is conducted by an PETITION OF
Individual. The registrant commenced to
appear and be heard. If you challenge the decision of the City The following person is doing business transact business under the FBN on Individual. The registrant commenced to Victoria Ann Marie Bennington
in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you as: Socialize Consulting, 1712 Yorktown 1/22/09. transact business under the FBN on TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
Road, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Regis- 03/22/2018. Petitioner: Victoria Ann Marie Bennington
or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this tered Owner: Flynne Nathanson, same
/s/Vlasta Georgievski/ /s/Hoang, Dong/ filed a petition with this court for a decree
notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the Planning This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- changing name as follows:
address. The business is conducted by sor-County Clerk on 3/20/18. (Published
Commission at, or prior to, the public hearing. For further in- an Individual. The registrant com- sor-County Clerk on 3/22/18. (Published Present Name: Victoria Ann Marie Ben-
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/23/18, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/23/18, nington
formation or to review the materials regarding these matters, menced to transact business under the
FBN on N/A. 3/30/18, 4/6/18, 4/13/18). 3/30/18, 4/6/18, 4/13/18). Proposed Name: Victoria Ann Marie
please contact the Millbrae Community Development Depart- /s/Flynne Nathanson/ Sandoval
ment 621 Magnolia Avenue, Millbrae at (650) 259-2341. This statement was filed with the Asses-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
sor-County Clerk on 3/15/18. (Published FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/16/18, STATEMENT #277093 STATEMENT #277125 interested in this matter shall appear be-
If anyone wishes to appeal any final action taken, he/she may 3/23/18, 3/30/18, 4/6/18). The following person is doing business The following person is doing business fore this court at the hearing indicated
do so by contacting the City Clerk at (650) 259-2333, to ob- as: GLAMOROUS EVENTS BY PETIE- as: Moonshadow Games, 206 Orchard below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
LINI, 708 Niantic Drive, FOSTER CITY, Ave, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. Reg- tition for change of name should not be
tain the appropriate form and pay the corresponding fee. A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME CA 94404. Registered Owner: Helen Pe- istered Owners: 1)Gregory Scott Maxey, granted. Any person objecting to the
completed form must be submitted before the end of the ap- STATEMENT #276993 tielini Moungaloa Georgievski, same ad- same address 2)Eric Michael Maxey, name changes described above must file
peal period stated at the conclusion of the hearing. The following person is doing business dress. The business is conducted by an 2187 Sandcastle Way, Sacramento, CA a written objection that includes the rea-
as: 244 N. Ellsworth Apartments, 244 N. Individual. The registrant commenced to 95833. The business is conducted by a sons for the objection at least two court
3/23/18 Ellsworth Ave., SAN MATEO, CA 94401. transact business under the FBN on N/A. General Partnership. The registrant days before the matter is scheduled to
CNS-3113570# Registered Owners: Richard Tod Spieker /s/Helen Petielini Moungaloa commenced to transact business under be heard and must appear at the hearing
SAN MATEO DAILY JOURNAL and Catherine R. Spieker, 60 Mulberry Georgievski/ the FBN on N/A. to show cause why the petition should
Lane, Atherton, CA 94027. The busi- /s/Gregory Maxey/ not be granted. If no written objection is
ness is conducted by a Trust. The regis-
This statement was filed with the Asses- timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
This statement was filed with the Asses-
trant commenced to transact business sor-County Clerk on 3/20/18. (Published sor-County Clerk on 3/22/18. (Published tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
under the FBN on 2/2/08. in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/23/18, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/23/18, petition shall be held on 04/13/18 at 9
/s/Richard Tod Spieker/ 3/30/18, 4/6/18, 4/13/18). 3/30/18, 4/6/18, 4/13/18). a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
This statement was filed with the Asses- Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
sor-County Clerk on 3/13/18. (Published Order to Show Cause shall be published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/23/18, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME NOTICE OF PETITION TO at least once each week for four succes-
3/30/18, 4/6/18, 4/13/18). STATEMENT #277095 ADMINISTER ESTATE OF sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
The following person is doing business ing on the petition in the following news-
as: Vertex Chiropractic and Sports Clinic, Herbert Carl Schmidt
paper of general circulation:
203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 205 East 3rd Avenue Suite 412, SAN Case Number: 18PRO00179
San Mateo Daily Journal
STATEMENT #277016 MATEO, CA 94402. Registered Owner: To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
tingent creditors, and persons who may Filed: 3/02/2018
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME The following person is doing business Andrew Edmund Magsumbol, 181 Del /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
STATEMENT #276832 STATEMENT #276851 as: Real Circus Design, 750 Holly Rd, Medio Ave. #201, Mountain View, CA otherwise be interested in the will or es- Judge of the Superior Court
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business BELMONT, CA 94002. Registered Own- 94040. The business is conducted by an tate, or both, of Herbert Carl Schmidt. A Dated: 2/26/2018
as: Calyx Garden Design, 52 Oakwood as: Veliz Brand, 810 San Anselmo Ave, ers: Anna Tuzhlova, same address. The Individual. The registrant commenced to Petition for Probate has been filed by (Published 3/9/18, 3/1618, 3/23/18,
Dr, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. Regis- SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Registered business is conducted by an Individual. transact business under the FBN on N/A. Anita Locke in the Superior Court of Cal- 3/30/18)
tered Owner: Amy Hansell, same ad- Owners: Steven John Rozmus and Amu- The registrant commenced to transact ifornia, County of San Mateo. The Peti-
len Simon Rozmus, same address. The /s/Andrew Magsumbol/
dress. The business is conducted by an business under the FBN on 1/1/18. This statement was filed with the Asses- tion for Probate requests that Anita
Individual. The registrant commenced to business is conducted by a General Part- /s/Anna Tuzhlova/ Locke be appointed as personal repre-
nership. The registrant commenced to sor-County Clerk on 3/20/18. (Published
transact business under the FBN on This statement was filed with the Asses- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/23/18, sentative to administer the estate of the
2/28/18. transact business under the FBN on NA. sor-County Clerk on 3/14/18. (Published
/s/Simon John Romzus/ 3/30/18, 4/6/18, 4/13/18).
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME decedent. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
/s/Amy Hansell/ in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/23/18, The petition requests authority to admin-
This statement was filed with the Asses- 3/30/18, 4/6/18, 4/13/18). STATEMENT #277104 CHANGE OF NAME
This statement was filed with the Asses- ister the estate under the Independent CASE# 18CIV00966
sor-County Clerk on 2/28/18. (Published sor-County Clerk on 2/28/18. (Published The following person is doing business
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/9/18, as: Schnitzel N Grill, 1259 El Camino Re- Administration of Estates Act. (This au- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/2/18, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
3/9/18, 3/16/18, 3/23/18). 3/16/18, 3/23/18, 3/30/18). al #226, MENLO PARK, CA 94025. Reg- thority will allow the personal representa-
STATEMENT #277051 istered Owner: Zen Zone Bites LLC, CA. tive to take many actions without obtain- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
The following person is doing business The business is conducted by a Limited ing court approval. Before taking certain REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME as: LoveStyleHappiness, 3914 Donner Liability Company. The registrant com- very important actions, however, the per- PETITION OF
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #276942 St, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered menced to transact business under the Patrick Mohamad Khosraw
STATEMENT #276545 sonal representative will be required to TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
The following person is doing business Owner: Maggie Thach, same address. FBN on N/A. give notice to interested persons unless
The following person is doing business as: ALBA Chriropractic Clinic, 400 North The business is conducted by an Individ- /s/Emad Jaber/ Petitioner: Patrick Mohamad Khosraw
as: Tress 2 Impress, 451 Bell Street, ual. The registrant commenced to trans- they have waived notice or consented to filed a petition with this court for a decree
San Mateo Dr., SAN MATEO, CA 94402. This statement was filed with the Asses- the proposed action.) The independent
EAST PALO ALTO, CA 94303. Regis- Registered Owner: Hamed Alereza, 146 act business under the FBN on N/A. sor-County Clerk on 3/20/18. (Published changing name as follows:
tered Owner: Kayla Pitre, same address. W. 3rd Ave. #8, San Mateo, CA 94402 . /s/Maggie Thach/ in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/23/18, administration authority will be granted Present Name:
The business is conducted by an Individ- The business is conducted by an Individ- This statement was filed with the Asses- 3/30/18, 4/6/18, 4/13/18). unless an interested person files an ob- Patrick Mohamad Khosraw
ual. The registrant commenced to trans- ual. The registrant commenced to trans- sor-County Clerk on 3/16/18. (Published jection to the petition and shows good Proposed Name: Patrick Wieczorek
act business under the FBN on 2/5/18. act business under the FBN on . in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/23/18, cause why the court should not grant the
/s/Kayla Pitre/ /s/Hamed Alereza/ 3/30/18, 4/6/18, 4/13/18). authority. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- A hearing on the petition will be held in interested in this matter shall appear be-
sor-County Clerk on 2/5/18. (Published in sor-County Clerk on 3/8/18. (Published in this court as follows: APR. 6, 2018 at fore this court at the hearing indicated
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/2/18, the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/9/18, 9:00 a.m., Department 28, Superior below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME tition for change of name should not be
3/9/18, 3/16/18, 3/23/18). 3/16/18, 3/23/18, 3/30/18). STATEMENT #277114 STATEMENT #276833 Court of California, County of San Mateo, granted. Any person objecting to the
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business 400 County Center, Redwood City, CA name changes described above must file
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME as: Belmont Beauty Salon, 951 Old as: Ninos Auto Parts, 1927 Bridgepointe 94063. a written objection that includes the rea-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME County Rd., BELMONT, CA 94002. Reg-
STATEMENT #276723 STATEMENT #276944 Circle Unit:N107, SAN MATEO, CA If you object to the granting of the peti- sons for the objection at least two court
The following person is doing business istered Owner: Belmont Beauty Salon 94404. Registered Owner: Eduardo Me- tion, you should appear at the hearing days before the matter is scheduled to
The following person is doing business LLC, CA. The business is conducted by
as: Evolve Wine Company, 46 Bel Air as: 1)Edgar and Allen 2)Park Lane Es- nendez-Herrera, same address. The and state your objections or file written be heard and must appear at the hearing
Way, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94062. Reg- a Limited Liability Company. The regis- business is conducted by an Individual. objections with the court before the hear- to show cause why the petition should
tates, 214 Elaenor Dr, WOODSIDE, CA trant commenced to transact business
istered Owner: Mills Wine Group, LLC, 94062. Registered Owner: Park Lane The registrant commenced to transact ing. Your appearance may be in person not be granted. If no written objection is
under the FBN on N/A.
CA. The business is conducted by a Capital, Inc., CA. The business is con- /s/Nizamettin Gok/ business under the FBN on 02/28/2018. or by your attorney. timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
Limited Liability Company. The regis- ducted by a Corporation. The registrant /s/Emad Jaber/ If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
This statement was filed with the Asses- petition shall be held on 04/19/18 at 9
trant commenced to transact business commenced to transact business under sor-County Clerk on 3/21/18. (Published This statement was filed with the Asses- itor of the decedent, you must file your
under the FBN on N/A. the FBN on 3/1/18. sor-County Clerk on 2/28/18. (Published claim with the court and mail a copy to a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/23/18, Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
/s/Thomas Mills/ /s/Hormoz Nazari/ 3/30/18, 4/6/18, 4/13/18). in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/23/18, the personal representative appointed by
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- 3/30/18, 4/6/18, 4/13/18). Order to Show Cause shall be published
the court within the later of either (1) four at least once each week for four succes-
sor-County Clerk on 2/16/18. (Published sor-County Clerk on 3/8/18. (Published in
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/9/18, months from the date of first issuance of sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/2/18, letters to a general personal representa-
3/9/18, 3/16/18, 3/23/18). 3/16/18, 3/23/18, 3/30/18). FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME ing on the petition in the following news-
STATEMENT #277072 STATEMENT #277124 tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the paper of general circulation:
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days San Mateo Daily Journal
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME as: Sugar Coated Cookie Co., 334 Sap- as: 1)R&J Investment Company 2)Power from the date of mailing or personal de- Filed: 3/7/2018
STATEMENT #276725 STATEMENT #276735 phire St, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94062. livery to you of a notice under sectioin /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
The following person is doing business Foundry, 3251 Glendora Drive #3, SAN
The following person is doing business Registered Owner: Courtney McAlpin, MATEO, CA 94403. Registered Owner: 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- Judge of the Superior Court
as: Meredith Energy, 2611 Rollingwood as: City Backflow Tester, 2764 Comstock same address. The business is conduct- er California statutes and legal authority Dated: 3/6/2018
Cir, BELMONT, CA 94002. Registered Tuck Loke Au Yeong, same address. (Published 3/16/18, 3/23/18, 3/30/18,
Drive, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Regis- ed by an Individual. The registrant com- The business is conducted by an Individ- may affect your rights as a creditor. You
tered Owner: Jessica Meredith, same ad- Owner: Kenneth St. Jude Tatola, same menced to transact business under the may want to consult with an attorney 4/6/18)
address. The business is conducted by ual. The registrant commenced to trans-
dress. The business is conducted by an FBN on N/A. knowledgable in California law.
an Individual. The registrant com- /s/Courtney McAlpin/ act business under the FBN on Jan.-01-
Individual. The registrant commenced to menced to transact business under the 2014. You may examine the file kept by the
transact business under the FBN on N/A. This statement was filed with the Asses- court. If you are a person interested in
FBN on NA. sor-County Clerk on 3/19/18. (Published /s/Tuck Loke Au Yeong/
/s/Jessica Meredith/ /s/Kenneth S. Tatola/ This statement was filed with the Asses- the estate, you may file with the court a
This statement was filed with the Asses- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/23/18, STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF
This statement was filed with the Asses- 3/30/18, 4/6/18, 4/13/18). sor-County Clerk on 3/22/18. (Published Request for Special Notice (form DE- THE USE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
sor-County Clerk on 2/16/18. (Published sor-County Clerk on 2/20/18. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/23/18, 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/2/18, NAME STATEMENT 267579
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/9/18, 3/30/18, 4/6/18, 4/13/18). praisal of estate assets or of any petition Names of the person abandoning the
3/9/18, 3/16/18, 3/23/18). 3/16/18, 3/23/18, 3/30/18). or account as provided in Probate Code
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME section 1250. A Request for Special No- use of the Fictitious Business Name: Bo-
STATEMENT #277020 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME tice form is available from the court clerk. hemian Warrior Company. Name of
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #276726 The following person is doing business STATEMENT #276847 Attorney for Petitioner: Business: barre3 San Mateo. Date of
STATEMENT #276929 as: 1)Delmer and Lloyd, Investment Real The following person is doing business original filing: 12-23-15. Address of Prin-
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business Estate 2)Delmer and Lloyd, Repair Solu-
Edward D. Thirkell
as: Radish Energy, 2611 Rollingwood as: Art Academia, 28 East 3rd Ave., Thirkell Law Group cipal Place of Business: 116 S. B Street,
as: San Bruno Toyota, 222 East San tions, 973 Gull Ave, FOSTER CITY, CA #101, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Regis- SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Registrants:
Drive, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Regis- Bruno Ave, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. 94404. Registered Owner: Randall Star- 181 2nd Avenue, Suite 625, PO Box 190
tered Owner: Deanna Marie Meredith, Registered Owner: G.Y.A. Auto & Invest-
tered Owner: Inna Polnar, 604 Celestial SAN MATEO, CA 94401 Bohemian Warrior Company, CA. The
rett, same address. The business is con- Ln., Foster City, CA 94404. The busi-
same address. The business is conduct- ments, LLC, CA. The business is con- ducted by an Individual. The registrant (650)348-1016 business was conducted by a Corpora-
ed by an Individual. The registrant com- ducted by a Limited Liability Company. ness is conducted by an Individual. The FILED: 2/23/18 tion.
commenced to transact business under registrant commenced to transact busi-
menced to transact business under the The registrant commenced to transact the FBN on N/A. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- /s/Matthew Bartus/
FBN on January 2018. business under the FBN on NA. /s/Randall Starrett/ ness under the FBN on 9/3/2003. nal on 3/16/18, 3/23/18, 3/24/18) This statement was filed with the Asses-
/s/Deanna Marie Meredith/ /s/George Y. Assoun/ This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Inna Polnar/ sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 3/14/18. (Published This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 2/28/18. (Published County on 3/5/18.
sor-County Clerk on 2/16/18. (Published sor-County Clerk on 3/7/18. (Published in in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/23/18,
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/2/18, the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/9/18, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/23/18, (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
3/30/18, 4/6/18, 4/13/18). nal, 3/9/18, 3/16/18, 3/23/18, 3/30/18).
3/9/18, 3/16/18, 3/23/18). 3/16/18, 3/23/18, 3/30/18). 3/30/18, 4/6/18, 4/13/18).
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203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 210 Lost & Found 296 Appliances 304 Furniture 304 Furniture
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not be granted. If no written objection is crito tiene que estar en formato legal cor- 298 Collectibles gtecher@comcast.net
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- recto si desea que procesen su caso en 295 Art COMPLETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor
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(650)458-3578 Can send picture. (650)464-7860
ing on the petition in the following news- corte que le quede más cerca. Si no A-TEAM FIGURINES Plus Jeep $20
paper of general circulation: puede pagar la cuota de presentación, AIR CONDITIONER 10000 BTU w/re-
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STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF $250 .(650)-654-1930. PARTYLITE GLASS 3-tee wall sconce.
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use of the Fictitious Business Name: Hao gales sin fines de lucro. Puede encontrar COLEMAN LXE Roadtrip Grill -
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Dan (408)656-0958 VINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- arbitraje en un caso de derecho civil.
Tiene que pagar el gravamen de la corte
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CASE NUMBER (Número del Caso): nombre y dirección de la corte es): SU-
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LOVE CHAIR, velour, tan. $45.
(808)631-1365.
309 Office Equipment
LA, AND DOES 1 TO 10 ber of plaintiff's attorney, or plaintiff with-
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may want to call an attorney right away.
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ceiver with Detachable Face asking LOREX 14” B&W Surveillance System
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sion great piece great condition black 2360 RWC loction.
$80 (650)364-5263
KINDLE FIRE 8 in. Case and Charger
LUGGAGE, RED, 21" NEW Samsonite
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in this puzzle (most cars)
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n’t appear to be a priority for the Planning the property or not doesn’t make much differ- limits, according to the staff report.

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Commission.
“I don’t think the city is trying to maxi-
mize TOT,” said Commissioner Jimmy
ence,” Commissioner John Evans said. “It
seems like we need this test drive of allowing
some unhosted units in residential neighbor-
As for where to allow rentals, the commis-
sion seemed to agree with staff’s recommen-
dation to prohibit short-term rentals in
Benjamin, according to a video of the meet- hoods to see if it can work because I can see affordable housing options, such as accesso-
ing. “We’ll take it, but it’s not major focus.” real business limitations to folks who want ry dwelling units, mobile homes and rental
The Planning Commission discussed at a Ekas said the California Coastal to rent their room but don’t want to be there.” multi-family housing-including duplexes,
meeting last week potential regulations on Commission has provided guidance on the The commission appeared to agree, but triplexes and apartments — to preserve those
short-term rental locations, occupancy lim- matter, and generally encourages short-term with lower caps on unhosted rentals. Chair units for lower-income residents.
its, nights per year and whether an on-site rentals for providing coastal access and Rick Hernandez suggested 60 or 30 days. There was also agreement that Half Moon
host should be required, among other rules. affordable lodging that doesn’t require new “The goal here is not to kill the rentals, the Bay shouldn’t have a cap on short-term
Last year, the City Council identified development, but the commission does defer goal is to kill the impacts,” Benjamin said. rentals throughout the city, but agreed the
short-term rentals as a policy priority for to local governments to work out their own “I want no more impacts than I would from a ordinance should be further studied after a cer-
2018, Community Development Director “reasonable regulations.” residence.” tain number of permits are issued: Hernandez
Jill Ekas said, and the discussion also comes The commission appeared to agree that And while commissioners appeared com- suggested 100.
at a time when San Mateo County is set to Half Moon Bay’s ordinance should limit the fortable with the unhosted option, there was Deputy City Attorney Sara Clark also said
implement its own short-term rental ordi- number of nights per year for short-term also talk of requiring rental managers within the ordinance will include a variety of stan-
nance, which it adopted in December, and rentals to no more than 90 and as few as 60 20 minutes of the property to handle any dard requirements, including indemnity pro-
that affects unincorporated areas of the coast. for units in which a host is present. potential complaints. Commissioners also visions and proof of residence and insurance.
Half Moon Bay’s zoning ordinances don’t “I think 90 is probably as high as we ought expressed support for documenting all com- Parking was not a focus of the discussion,
explicitly address short-term rentals, but to go, and if it’s less than that I wouldn’t plaints associated with short-term rentals but it was for one resident who spoke during
they are subject to the city’s transit occupan- mind, but more than that creates problems,” and a potential three-strikes rule that would the public comment period.
cy tax, according to the staff report. said Commissioner Les Deman. strip hosts of their rental license after the “Parking has had a big impact on quality of
A quick glance on sites like Airbnb and The commission at first appeared wary of third citation. life,” said El Granada resident Dave Olson,
VRBO and you’ll get a sense of how many allowing rentals in which a host is not pres- Local jurisdictions have taken various referencing a street on which six short-term
rentals are available in Half Moon Bay, but ent, citing concerns about the increased like- approaches to host requirements. San Mateo rentals have cropped up over the years.
Ekas said the city is aware of 33 of them, lihood of irresponsible behavior without the County allows unhosted rentals, but only up A draft of the ordinance will also consider
adding that most, but not all, pay the required oversight of the property owner, but eventu- to 180 nights per year, San Francisco allows further community input before it returns to
TOT. ally came around to allowing them. unhosted rentals for 90 nights and Redwood the Planning Commission, and eventually
While short-term rental tax revenue is a “Some landlords do great jobs and some do City allows unhosted rentals for 120 nights, City Council and Coastal Commission,
major consideration in many cities, it does- terrible jobs, and whether or not they’re on and none count hosted nights toward these according to a staff report.
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