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Pricey wish list for Dumbarton


SamTrans, public consider draft recommendations for congested corridor
By Samantha Weigel From installing toll lanes on the state- al sources. Officials are hopeful, however, of Directors offered preliminary comments
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF owned Highway 84 to putting a new train the Dumbarton Corridor Study can be used to on the 18-month study that touches on six
system on the aged rail bridge, draft recom- leverage money toward the congested South cities, three counties and a slew of transit
With a nearly $2.7 billion wish list of mendations span both short- and long-term Bay route. agencies.
improvements intended to get East Bay options. The full draft of the study funded by a $1.2 Im really excited about this. This is fan-
commuters out of their cars and onto mass But the improvements aimed at increas- million Facebook donation is expected to tastic stuff. I think truly regional measures
transit, SamTrans officials released recom- ing transit ridership, and in turn alleviating be released by an Aug. 15 public meeting are perfect for truly regional projects like
mendations for improvements to the congestion, have a long road to securing where the community will be asked for
Dumbarton corridor. funding from competitive state and region- input. On Wednesday, the SamTrans Board See PRICEY, Page 23

ANDREA LAUE/DAILY JOURNAL


Plans to remake the often crowded interchange of Woodside
Road and Highway 101 are underway and the cost is
anticipated to be about $127 million.

Woodside/101
revamp plans
taking shape
Funding, future development
ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL
to affect the projects timeline
Redwood Coast Cider owner Gabe Lucas pours cider for Juvenal Pulido and Don Gorday III on a Friday afternoon. By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Breaking barriers A direct connection between Veterans Boulevard and


Highway 101, new bike paths on Woodside Road and
Seaport Boulevard and additional through and turn lanes on
Redwood Coast Cider offers a sparkle and a fizz in San Carlos industrial zone See REVAMP, Page 12
By Anna Schuessler Though it was Pulidos first trip to The only cider producer among a
the San Carlos watering hole, he concentration of 10 wineries, two
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Tucked between the corrugated metal


already knew hed be back to try the
cider makers wide variety of hard
breweries and one distillery that has
cropped up on San Carlos east side,
Parcels on Middlefield Road
garage doors of businesses on San
Carlos east side, the cool, quiet dark-
ciders with a tinge of apricot, straw-
berry and grapefruit, among other sum-
Lucas and his partner and co-owner
Jesse Ferarris have been forging a path
pegged as North Fair Oaks hub
into uncharted territory for two years
ness of the Redwood Coast Cider tap-
room at 821 Cherry Lane offers respite
mery flavors.
Gabe Lucas, one of Redwood Coast since they opened the doors to their Preliminary plans for new housing,
from the harsh sun and rush of
Highway 101 outside.
Ciders two owners, acknowledges his taproom in 2015.
When Lucas and Ferarris, who met
facilities improvements take shape
business is off the beaten path, but
It also offers those who step inside a when they were middle school students By Anna Schuessler
said he has come to enjoy hearing oth-
refreshing taste of fruit orchards and in El Granada, began making their own DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
ers compare the feeling of discovering
fizz, which is exactly what Redwood beer and wine in their 20s, it was sim-
City resident Juvenal Pulido was look- his location to finding a speakeasy.
ply a hobby. Their experiments with Public officials are looking to improve aging social serv-
ing for after a long day of work. When you find it, it feels a little cider, however, garnered attention ices facilities and create new residences on lots clustered
Ill take cider on a hot summer day, cooler, he said. It does feel like you
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Thought for the Day


When you love someone, all
your saved-up wishes start coming out.
Elizabeth Bowen, Irish author

This Day in History


Businessman Andrew Borden and his

1892 wife, Abby, were axed to death in their


home in Fall River, Massachusetts.
Lizzie Borden, Andrews daughter from
a previous marriage, was accused of
the killings, but acquitted at trial.
In 1 7 8 2 , composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart married
Constanze Weber at St. Stephens Cathedral in Vienna.
In 1 7 9 0 , the U.S. Coast Guard had its beginnings as
President George Washington signed a measure authorizing
a group of revenue cutters to enforce tariff and trade laws and
prevent smuggling.
In 1 7 9 2 , English romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley was
born at Field Place near Horsham, England.
In 1 8 3 0 , plans for the city of Chicago were laid out.
In 1 9 1 4 , Britain declared war on Germany for invading
Belgium; the United States proclaimed its neutrality in the
mushrooming world conflict.
In 1 9 3 6 , Jesse Owens of the U.S. won the second of his
four gold medals at the Berlin Olympics as he prevailed in
the long jump over German Luz Long, who was the first to REUTERS
congratulate him. Mike Clueless and son Elliot pose by a piece of Crossrail themed 3-D artwork during a photocall at the Museum of London
In 1 9 4 2 , the Irving Berlin musical Holiday Inn, starring Docklands in London, Britain.
Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire and Marjorie Reynolds, and fea-
turing the song White Christmas, premiered in New York.
In 1 9 4 4 , 15-year-old diarist Anne Frank was arrested with In other news ...
her sister, parents and four others by the Gestapo after hid- No monsters here: Officer resemble him. tially wasnt sure how it could be
ing for two years inside a building in Amsterdam. (Anne and A Facebook post from the museum accomplished after getting a call from
her sister, Margot, died at the Bergen-Belsen concentration helps girl search for boogiemen on Wednesday acknowledges the figure Pomeranzs friend Sam Klein. Fello
camp.) A 4-year-old Colorado girl enlisted isnt perfect because its based on a made it work, packing the shake in dry
In 1 9 6 4 , the bodies of missing civil rights workers some professional help to ensure her photo instead of Bradys actual meas- ice and shipping it overnight.
Michael Schwerner, Andrew Goodman and James Chaney new home was monster free. urements. Fello says the photo of Pomeranz
were found buried in an earthen dam in Mississippi. Sidney Fahrenbuch met Longmont The museum has invited Brady to proves giving is better than receiving.
police officer David Bonday at a bar- come by and sit in for a measurement
Birthdays beque and invited him over to scour
some nooks and crannies in her unfa-
session. It museum says getting it
perfect is its top priority. Governor signs bill honoring
miliar digs shortly after her family Museum officials say they havent man behind ice bucket challenge
moved in last month. received a response yet.
The museum drew attention in July BOSTON The start of every
Sidneys mom, Megan, says her
with a figure of President Donald August will kick off Ice Bucket
daughter doesnt really buy into the
Trump that some said missed the mark. Challenge Week in Massachusetts.
idea of monsters, but the aspiring
policewoman smelled an opportunity Republican Gov. Charlie Baker on
to hang out with an officer. Dying woman Tuesday signed into law a bill desig-
She even wore her own police uni- in Virginia granted final nating the first week of the month as a
form for the hunt, which turned up zero time to honor Pete Frates. Frates
Actor-screenwriter Former President Race car driver Jeff boogiemen.
wish of Ohio milkshake inspired the Ice Bucket Challenge that
Billy Bob Thornton Barack Obama is Gordon is 46. In video taken by Sidneys mom, CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio An has raised more than $220 million for
is 62. 56. Bonday tells the girl shes super Ohio native in hospice care in Virginia Lou Gehrigs disease research since
brave as she peers under her sofa and had a dying wish fulfilled last month 2014.
Actress-singer Tina Cole is 74. Actor-comedian Richard
Belzer is 73. Football Hall of Famer John Riggins is 68. its cushions with the officers flash- one last mocha milkshake from a The Beverly native and former
Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is 62. Actress Kym light for any offending beasts. popular suburban Cleveland restau- Boston College baseball star was diag-
Karath (Film: The Sound of Music) is 59. Hall of Fame track rant. nosed in 2012 with amyotrophic later-
star Mary Decker Slaney is 59. Actress Lauren Tom is 58. Wax museum seeks Tom Bradys Fifty-year-old Emily Pomeranz died al sclerosis, or ALS. There is no
Friday of pancreatic cancer. With help
Producer Michael Gelman (TV: Live with Kelly & Ryan) is help to improve creepy statue from a friend in Virginia and the long-
known cure for the disease, which
56. Retired MLB All-Star pitcher Roger Clemens is 55. weakens muscles and impairs physical
Actress Crystal Chappell is 52. Author Dennis Lehane is 52. BOSTON A new wax museum is time owner of Tommys in Cleveland functioning.
Rock musician Rob Cieka (Boo Radleys) is 49. Actor Daniel asking New England Patriots quarter- Heights, the shake arrived four days
back Tom Brady for help to improve a earlier. During the Ice Bucket Challenge,
Dae Kim is 49. Actor Michael DeLuise is 48. Rapper-actress participants dump buckets of ice water
Yo-Yo is 46. Country singer Jon Nicholson is 44. Rhythm- wax replica of him that has been A photo of a smiling Pomeranz hold-
ridiculed online. ing the shake and the The Milkshake over their heads and challenge others
and-blues singer-actor Marques Houston is 36. Actress to do the same.
Meghan Markle is 36. Actress Abigail Spencer is 36. Actress The Dreamland Wax Museum in Mission story have traveled much far-
Greta Gerwig is 34. Country singer Crystal Bowersox (TV: Boston features a statue of Brady that ther than the drinks 375-mile (603- The bill calls on Massachusetts resi-
American Idol) is 32. Rock singer Tom Parker (The Wanted) has drawn criticism from many people kilometer) trip. dents to observe Ice Bucket Challenge
is 29. Actors Dylan and Cole Sprouse are 25. who say it looks creepy and doesnt Restaurant owner Tommy Fello ini- Week in an appropriate manner.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these four Jumbles,
Aug. 2 Powerball Fantasy Five Fri day : Partly cloudy. Highs in the lower
one letter to each square, 5 6 10 36 60s to mid 70s.
to form four ordinary words. 1 16 54 63 69 18 4
Powerball
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Daily three midday Lows in the mid 50s. Southwest winds 10
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Daily three evening sunny. Patchy fog in the morning. Highs in the upper 50s to
Mega number

6 0 0 lower 70s. Southwest winds 10 to 20 mph.


Sunday ni g ht: Mostly clear in the evening then becom-
VATDEN The Daily Derby race winners are Solid Gold, No. 10, in ing partly cloudy. Lows in the mid 50s.
first place; Lucky Charms, No. 12, in second place; and Mo nday : Partly cloudy in the morning then becoming
California Classic, No. 5, in third place. The race time sunny. Patchy fog in the morning. Highs in the lower 60s to
was clocked at 1:45.38. mid 70s. Southwest winds 10 to 20 mph.
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Police reports Ani mal pro bl em. A resident reported a
sick or injured skunk in their driveway on
Margarita Avenue, it was reported at 8:42
p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 1.
Charge it Burg l ary . Someone broke a vehicles win-
Someone unplugged an electric car on
California Drive in Burlingame, it was dow and stole a briefcase from the vehicle
reported at 4:29 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 1. on Old Bayshore Boulevard, it was reported
at 3:17 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 1.

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dalmatian and pit bull mix with brown old man threw a glass bottle on a driveway
sports named Potter, on Trousdale Drive, it on Cipriani Boulevard, it was reported at
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Di s turbance. A neighbor was hammering unlocked silver Mercedes on El Camino
and making noises in a backyard on Laurel Real, it was reported at 2:50 p. m.
Avenue, it was reported at 12:23 a. m. Wednesday, Aug. 2.
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Conquering the Yukon River


Burlingame woman completes epic paddleboard journey
By Curtis Driscoll vacation with their family. She Sausalito, she moved on to a 22-mile
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT instantly became hooked. race across Lake Tahoe. She has also
She found a real passion forever, completed the California 100 three
When Emily Matthews received an and I love it, Tim Matthews said. I times in the past three years, a 100-
email last summer from her friend Tom had no idea that day that I introduced mile race down the Sacramento River
Biglione letting her know about a pad- her to it that she would ever get into from Redding to Chico. The only rea-
dleboard race called the Yukon River endurance paddleboarding. I didnt son she didnt compete this year was
Quest, she immediately emailed back even know it was a thing. because the race got canceled.
Im in. Matthews knew that the Yukon River
She soon received a call from A big step up Quest would take extra practice despite
Biglione, asking if she had noticed her experience. So she began going to
Matthews, 48, was born in south
that the race was 444 miles. a circuit base camp in Burlingame to do
Louisiana and runs a marketing agency
bike intervals and strength training,
I was actually kidding when I sent in the Bay Area. Despite having
and she started paddling the scariest,
it, Biglione chuckled. Totally under- always been around water, she had pre-
hardest water she could find in the Bay
estimated the audience. viously never canoed or paddleboarded
Area. She enlisted the help of Sean
Matthews completed the Yukon on a regular basis. Most of her outdoor
Morley, a friend and a member of the
River Quest in early July, her longest water activity was situational and usu-
paddleboard community in the Bay
race since she started paddleboarding ally occurred when an opportunity pre-
Area. They worked on her rough-water
five years ago. The Yukon Marathon sented itself. Not even her family
skills, and he helped her pick a board
Paddlers Association touts the Yukon could have predicted how involved she
that could handle the tricky waters of
River Quest, nicknamed Race to the would become. Her husband noted that
the Yukon River.
Midnight Sun, as the worlds largest this was the first real sports passion in
I had total faith in her from the
annual canoe and kayak race. The 444- which he had seen her become start; I knew she could do it, Morley
mile expedition along the Yukon River involved. said. Anybody that could paddle 100
goes through the vast wilderness of One of the first things she did when miles on a paddleboard on the
Yukon, a Canadian federal territory. she got back was to buy a paddleboard Sacramento River has the ability, and
JASON KASUMI MONTELONGO The three-and-a-half day event has race and go out into the Bay to test out the then its about just doing the training
Emily Matthews during the Yukon River Quest a 444-mile categories for solo or tandem kayaks water. She started paddleboarding in a in preparation.
annual canoe and kayak race in Canada. and canoes, voyageur canoes and small lagoon in San Mateo and loved it
stand-up paddleboards. Eighty-eight so much that she continues to start her A rigorous, but beautiful, race
teams from 12 different countries day by getting up at 5 a.m. to go out to
Coyote Point to paddle and watch the Even with proper training, partici-
appeared in this years competition.
sunrise before work. pating in the race can be hazardous. Of
Matthews passion is stand-up paddle-
the eight people who took part in the
boarding, and the race provided her She stumbled upon an event called stand-up paddleboarding category this
with a new adventure to explore Ride the Tide, a 13-mile race from the year, two were forced to drop out. One
through paddleboarding. Golden Gate Bridge to San Rafael. The developed heat stroke, while the other
I race so I can go out there and chal- race was a big step up from the 2-mile had his legs give out near the begin-
lenge myself and be able to go to these practices in the lagoon, and she hasnt ning of the race. Because of the con-
beautiful places, Matthews said. stopped since. densed time, sleep is often discarded to
Matthews five years of paddleboard- And after you do that, its like, finish the race within the allotted
ing experience is a relatively short whats next? It cant get much harder time. Matthews ended up only sleep-
period for most people serious about because that was pretty rough, ing seven hours over the three-and-a-
it. She decided to give it a try after her Matthews said.
husband Tim suggested it while on After more local races in Tiburon and See EMILY, Page 12

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Around the state
Plane passenger spots
man texting about sex abuse of kids
SAN FRANCISCO A sharp-eyed airline passenger spot-
ted another passenger texting about sexually assaulting
children, leading officers in California
and Washington state to arrest two peo-
ple and find two young victims, authori-
ties said Thursday.
San Jose police said they arrested
Michael Kellar, 56, in the citys airport
Monday night after a flight from Seattle.
Kellars texts led officers to arrest Gail
Burnworth, 50, in her Tacoma home.
Michael Kellar Kellar also lives in that city.
It appears two children, ages 5 and 7,
were sexually assaulted, investigators
said. Authorities say Burnworth had
access to children as a baby-sitter and
that Kellar was getting to the victims
through her.
REUTERS Seattle and San Jose police declined to
West Virginias Democratic Gov. Jim Justice speaks during a rally with U.S. President Donald Trump. discuss the childrens relationship to the
suspects and how Kellar and Burnworth
West Virginia governor, a Dem, to switch to GOP Gail Burnworth
knew each other.
The plane passenger told authorities
that Kellar was sitting in front of her and
By John Raby and Bill Barrow said. He cares about America. He cares changing energy markets, leaving texting about the abuse with a large font on a large smart-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS about us in West Virginia. many West Virginia communities dev- phone. The font and screen were so big that the passenger
Trump said they spoke a few weeks astated. The industry and many of its was able to take photos of Kellars text conversation,
HUNTINGTON, W. Va. West ago about working together to open workers have blamed the decline most- police said.
Virginia Gov. Jim Justice announced coal mines and create jobs in furniture ly on former President Barack Obama The passenger, who police didnt identify, alerted the
Thursday hes switching parties to manufacturing and other forms of man- and his environmental policies. flight crew. A flight attendant notified an officer stationed
join Republicans as President Donald ufacturing. But Gov. Justice did some- Justices defection leaves Democrats at the airport, and Kellar was arrested.
Trump visited the increasingly conser- thing else very important tonight. He with just 15 governors among 50
vative state. showed the country that our agenda states. Crews start emergency
Justice told about 9,000 Trump sup- rises above left or right, he said. In West Virginia, his jump is anoth-
porters at a rally in Huntington that he Justice was elected in November er blow for Democrats in a state they repairs downstream of California dam
will be changing his registration with just 49 percent of the vote, 20 once ran without opposition. U.S. YUBA CITY Work crews with heavy machinery started
Friday. He recently visited the White percentage points behind Trumps Sen. Joe Manchin and state Treasurer emergency repairs Thursday to a levee downstream of
House twice with proposals on manu- total in the presidential contest in the John Perdue will be the remaining Northern Californias battered Oroville Dam, part of mil-
facturing and coal, neither he nor state. Trump won 77 percent of West statewide elected Democrats. Manchin lions of dollars in damage after this winters spillway fail-
Trump are politicians and they both Virginias Republican primary voters is up for re-election in 2018, one of 10 ures at the tallest U.S. dam.
ran to get something done, he said. in May. Democratic senators running in states State and federal authorities pushed through permits and
This man is a good man. Hes got a The president promised throughout Trump won, a dynamic that gives funding to carry out the $28.5 million in Feather River
backbone. Hes got real ideas, Justice the campaign to resurrect the lagging Democrats an uphill path to reclaim- levee repairs by December, which falls in the first weeks of
coal industry that has declined amid ing a Senate majority. Californias next rainy season. The repairs will strengthen
three miles of levee that protects 75,000 people in and
Three people shot at San Francisco park packed with families around the Feather River town of Yuba City.
Both spillways at the more than half-century-old Oroville
By Linda Wang Gatpandan said. San Francisco General were a total of three shots. Dam started washing away in February, forcing officials to
and Olga R. Rodriguez Hospital spokesman Brent Andrew Juhasz, 47, said she saw two people order the evacuation of nearly 200,000 people downstream
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS said one of the victims remained in who had been shot. Both were bleed- for several days. Additionally, authorities had to push large
critical condition Thursday evening. ing as emergency workers carried them amounts of water downstream when the dam filled to the
SAN FRANCISCO At least one Another man was treated and away on stretchers, she said. top, and farmers and others blamed the water surges for dam-
gunman opened fire Thursday at a pop- released, he said. The third victim, San Francisco police advised people age to their property.
ular San Francisco park packed with also a male, is a minor and remains to stay away from Dolores Park right Californias Department of General Services as of
families and tourists, leaving three hospitalized but Andrew wouldnt pro- after the shooting but lifted that advi- Thursday had received at least 80 claims from individuals
people wounded and sending dozens of vide any other details about him. sory two hours later. seeking compensation for alleged financial harm stemming
panicked people running for cover, Nearby resident Antonia Juhasz said Dolores Park sits on a hill in the from the Oroville Dam crisis, agency spokeswoman
witnesses and police said. she was sitting in Dolores Park when Mission District and is a popular desti- Monica Hassan said. The state will consider claims ranging
Police are looking for at least one she heard a burst of gunshots. nation for locals and tourists who from hotel bills for evacuated families, farmers with dam-
gunman who fled the scene, San I saw a person with a gun in their come to sunbathe and take in city aged crops, or businesses that had to close briefly, Hassan
Francisco Police Officer Grace hand running, she said. I think there views. Its near a high school. said. The deadline for the claims is Aug. 11.

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Congress recessing, leaving much undone, tensions with Trump


By Erica Werner tion nominees, more executive branch
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS We have not done well on the big events. ... nominations in a single day than the Senate
But the run of the mill, the bipartisan legislation, that never gets had approved all year to date. Republicans
have bitterly blamed Democrats foot-drag-
WASHINGTON Lawmakers scattered actual media attention, I think weve had a fairly robust six months.
for their summer recess Thursday, leaving ging on nominees for many of their prob-
behind a slim record of achievements and a lems, and Majority Leader Mitch
Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina McConnell heralded the actions as an
steaming President Donald Trump. The pres-
ident is angry about what the Republican- important step towards filling critical roles
Pennsylvania Republican Sen. Pat Toomey, campaign promises still stung. And
led Congress couldnt do repeal throughout the administration.
who is not one for criticizing Trump pub- Republicans have also failed to make much
Obamacare as well as one of the few licly. Relations with Russia are in a bad progress on other marquee agenda items, Indeed GOP lawmakers have complained
things it did: approve a Russia sanctions place, and its entirely because of Vladimir like a tax overhaul or an infrastructure bill, all year that theyre not getting enough
bill he detests. Putin, its not because of Congress. while falling behind on the annual spend- credit for the things they are doing, as
So Republican senators leave Overall, as Republicans took stock of the ing bills needed to keep the lights on in opposed to criticism for what they are not.
Washington with simmering tensions past seven months of control of the House government. A fight on that looms this fall We have not done well on the big
between them and the White House now out and Senate under the Trump administration, or winter, along with the threat of a govern- events, said Sen. Tim Scott of South
in public for all to see. Theyll face voters the mood was glum. The House began its ment shutdown if Trump presses for money Carolina. But the run of the mill, the bipar-
back home who have cause for frustration summer recess last week, but as senators for his border wall that Democrats are cer- tisan legislation, that never gets actual
about an unproductive Congress led by a rushed for the exits Thursday they were still tain to reject. media attention, I think weve had a fairly
party given over to infighting. pointing to the confirmation of Neil Weve got to do better, said Sen. Ron robust six months.
Lamenting poor relations with Russia, Gorsuch to the Supreme Court as their sig- Johnson of Wisconsin. Like other Republicans, Scott cited the
Trump sniped over Twitter on Thursday, nal success, even though that happened In a final burst of action Thursday, the GOPs success in overturning a series of
You can thank Congress, the same people back in April. Senate overwhelmingly approved a Food Obama administration regulations,
that cant even give us HCare! Last weeks failure of their Obamacare and Drug Administration funding bill, and employing the little-used Congressional
I was shocked by that, responded repeal efforts after seven years of ardent agreed to more than 60 Trump administra- Review Act.

Man arrested for Local briefs own DNA expert.


Right now what I can
investigating a break-in at a home in San
Carlos on Wednesday night.
stealing $230K in rugs tell you is that he intends
An Oakland man is in jail after being
Man accused of to fight this, Munoz
Deputies responded at 8:23 p.m. to the
first block of Cypress Court on a report of a
arrested for stealing 16 rugs worth about impregnating 13-year-old said. I believe hes not residential burglary.
$230,000 from a Persian rug gallery in niece makes first court appearance guilty.
Burlingame early in the morning Monday, Castro did not enter a The homeowner reported hearing glass
according to police. A South San Francisco man accused of plea Thursday, as Munoz break in her residence and discovered that
The man, John Edward Reed, 55, was impregnating his 13-year-old niece made asked for additional time someone had broken a glass sliding door in
arrested Wednesday after selling two rugs to his first appearance in San Mateo County to review the police one of their bedrooms, according to the
Rigoberto
a woman who was contacted by the gallery Superior Court Thursday afternoon, but did reports. Castro is sched- Sheriffs Office.
not enter a plea to the charges against him. Castro
as she was previously in the rug business, uled to return to court at Deputies determined that a suspect or mul-
according to the District Attorneys Office. Rigoberto Castro, 42, was arrested July 1:30 p.m. Aug. 10. tiple suspects broke the glass door and
Reed is alleged to have taken the rugs in a 24 on suspicion of aggravated sexual Meanwhile, he remains in custody on entered the home, then fled once they real-
commercial burglary and tried to sell them assault of a child, oral copulation with a $3.5 million bail. District Attorney Steve ized that someone was home.
to Persian rug galleries around the Bay Area. person under 18 and continuous sexual Wagstaffe said the defendant and his attor-
Burlingame police investigators received abuse of a child. ney have indicated they intend to file a No arrest has been made in the case,
information about a possible suspect and Prosecutors say Castro had numerous motion to have the amount reduced. which remains under investigation.
Reed was stopped by an officer and found to sexual encounters with his niece, who Anyone with information about the bur-
be in possession of some remaining rugs gave birth in May, and that his paternity Deputies investigate glary is encouraged to contact Detective
has been established by DNA but
and a pry bar. He was arrested for burglary-
Ruben Munoz, Castros defense attorney,
San Carlos home break-in Mike Arguel at (650) 363-4195 or mar-
related offenses and an outstanding warrant, San Mateo County sheriffs deputies are guel@smcgov.org. People can also call an
according to police. said they intend to request a test with their anonymous tip line at (800) 547-2700.
THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Friday Aug. 4, 2017 7
President promotes
technology to improve
veterans health care
By Darlene Superville they are. He said existing tele-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS health programs provided care to
more than 700,000 veterans last
WASHINGTON President year.
Donald Trump announced new A medical doctor, Shulkin wore
efforts Thursday to use technology his white coat to the White House
to improve veterans health care, announcement, during which he
saying the programs will greatly demonstrated the technologies for
expand access, especially for men- Trump.
tal health care and suicide preven- Trump said, This will signifi-
tion. Veterans living in rural areas cantly expand access to care for
REUTERS will also benefit, he said. our veterans, especially for those
Donald Trump arrives at a rally in Huntington, W.V. Initiatives include using video who need help in the area of men-
technology and diagnostic tools tal health, which is a bigger and

Flouting his own advice, Trump to conduct medical exams.


Veterans also will be able to use
mobile devices to make and man-
bigger request, and also in suicide
prevention. It will make a tremen-
dous difference for the veterans in

will take an extended vacation age appointments with Veterans


Administration doctors.
We call it anywhere to any-
rural locations in particular.
A regulation will need to be
issued for these services to be pro-
By Darlene Superville workers are replacing the build- Actually, Trump gets out of town where VA health care, VA vided anywhere in the country.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ings HVAC system. quite often. So far, he has spent 13 Secretary David Shulkin said. Shulkin was the VAs undersecre-
The presidents going to con- of 28 weekends in office away Shulkin said the goal is better tary for health in the final years of
WASHINGTON Donald Trump tinue to work and we all need to be from the White House, mostly at health care for veterans wherever the Obama administration.
once questioned the wisdom of relocated out of the West Wing due his properties in Palm Beach,
taking vacations. Whats the to these renovations that should Florida, or in Bedminster, New
point? he asked. have taken place before, she said. Jersey, according to an Associated Scientists ID tiny prehistoric Around the nation
But now the president is getting They either need to be repaired or Press count. The figures include a sea worm with 50 head spines Thursdays journal Current
ready to join the annual August replaced and its not something weekend during official travel
exodus from the city he calls the that can go on while were still overseas, and Fathers Day week- WASHINGTON Long before Biology offers a glimpse into the
swamp. Trump is due Friday to occupying the West Wing. end at Camp David, the govern- dinosaurs roamed the Earth, a Cambrian explosion of life on
begin his first extended vacation Trump and his supporters like to ment-owned presidential retreat in bizarre creature with a Venus fly- Earth about 541 million years ago.
from Washington since the inau- publicize his disdain for taking Maryland. trap-like head swam the seas. The new creature dubbed
guration: 17 days at his private vacations, when the truth is that Contrast Trumps frequent get- Scientists have uncovered fos- Capinatator praetermissus is so
golf club in central New Jersey. he takes them constantly. aways with his criticism, before sils of a tiny faceless prehistoric different that scientists said the
The vacation could be driven in Dont take vacations. Whats and during last years presidential sea worm with 50 spines jutting fossils represent not only a new
part by necessity. Everyone who the point? If youre not enjoying campaign, of former President out of its head. When some unsus- species, but a new genus a larg-
works in the White House West your work, youre in the wrong Barack Obamas vacations and fre- pecting critter came too close, its er grouping of life as well.
Wing, including the Oval Office job, Trump wrote in his 2004 quent golf outings. jaw-like spines snapped together It was only 4 inches long and its
occupant himself, must clear out book, Trump: Think Like a (at)BarackObama played golf and dinner was served. spines were about one-third of an
by the end of the week so that the Billionaire. yesterday. Now he heads to a 10 The discovery reported in inch long.
government can replace a balky, He told Larry King in an inter- day vacation in
27-year-old heating and cooling view that year that most of the M a r t h a s
system. people I know that are successful Vineyard. Nice
White House spokeswoman really dont take vacations. Their work ethic,
Lindsay Walters said Thursday that business is their vacation. I rarely Trump tweeted
West Wing staff needs to vacate leave. You know that, Trump said. in August
the premises in August while You and I are friends. How often 2011.
do you see me going away?

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Cities baffled as Sessions targets them on immigration


By Sadie Gurman siderations into account, we are encourag-
and Russell Contreras ing every jurisdiction in this country to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS cooperate with federal law enforcement,
Sessions said in a statement that accompa-
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Attorney nied the letters. That will ultimately make
General Jeff Sessions took new steps all of us safer especially law enforcement
Thursday to punish cities he believes are on our streets.
not cooperating with federal immigration The threat marks Sessions latest effort to
agents in a move that was met with bewil- force local authorities to help federal agents
derment by local officials who said they did detain and deport people living in the coun-
not know why they were being singled out. try illegally as part of a push to reduce crime
The Justice Department sent letters to he believes is linked to illegal immigra-
four cities struggling with gun violence, tion. The attorney general has repeatedly
telling them they would not be eligible for vowed to withhold federal money from
a program that provides money to combat cities that do not cooperate, similar to how
drug trafficking and gang crime unless they previous administrations have held back
give federal immigration authorities access highway funds during debates over the
to jails and notify agents before releasing speed limit and drinking age.
inmates wanted on immigration viola- But it was not immediately clear to some
tions. of the cities why they were targeted.
Baltimore, Albuquerque, and Stockton and In a letter to Sessions, Republican
San Bernardino in California all expressed Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry denied
interest in the Justice Departments Public that New Mexicos largest city is a sanctu-
Safety Partnership, which enlists federal ary for immigrants living in the country
REUTERS agents, analysts and technology to help illegally and said he has been trying to
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions looks on during a news conference announcing the take- communities find solutions to crime. work with immigration authorities since
down of the dark web marketplace AlphaBay, at the Justice Department. By taking simple, commonsense con- taking office in 2009.

Mueller using grand jury in D.C. in Russia probe


By Chad Day and Eric Tucker authorized to discuss the used to gather information on Michael under federal investigation.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS investigation by name Flynn, Trumps former national security With respect to the news of the federal
and spoke on condition adviser. grand jury, I have no reason to believe that
WASHINGTON Special Counsel of anonymity. A spokesman for Muellers team did not the president is under investigation,
Robert Mueller is using a grand jury in The Wall Street return an email seeking comment. defense attorney John Dowd told the AP.
Washington as part of an investigation Journal first reported the Muellers reliance on a grand jury is the Ty Cobb, special counsel to the presi-
into potential coordination between the use of a grand jury. logical next step in this investigation dent, said he wasnt aware Mueller had start-
Trump campaign and Russia, a person Grand juries are com- given that its the traditional method for ed using a new grand jury.
familiar with the probe said Thursday. mon vehicles to subpoe- prosecutors to gather evidence, said Grand jury matters are typically secret,
Washington defense lawyer Jacob Frenkel. Cobb said. The White House favors any-
The use of a grand jury, a standard prose- Robert Mueller na witnesses and records thing that accelerates the conclusion of his
cution tool in criminal investigations, and to present evidence, The use of the grand jury neither esca-
suggests that Mueller and his team of though they do not suggest any criminal lates, nor establishes a timeline for, the work fairly. ... The White House is commit-
investigators are likely to hear from wit- charges are near or will necessarily be investigation, he added. ted to fully cooperating with Mr. Mueller.
nesses and demand documents in the com- sought. It was not immediately clear how or Meanwhile, lawyers for President Donald It was not clear what witnesses might
ing weeks and months. The person who whether the Washington grand jury was Trump said they were unaware of the exis- appear before the grand jury or what evi-
confirmed to the Associated Press that connected to the work of a separate one in tence of a grand jury and had no informa- dence it might be accumulating or present-
Mueller had turned to a grand jury was not Alexandria, Virginia. That panel has been tion to suggest the president himself was ed with.
THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Friday Aug. 4, 2017 9
Chinas choice on North Korea Finding a way to replace
Chicago Tribune Other voices
whether they should go nuclear to
defend themselves. Both countries are
believed to be capable of jump-start-
redevelopment agencies
N
ow that the state Legislature has moved on from

N
orth Korea recently launched trading with North Korea. Lets hope ing a nuclear program on short
a missile that appears to be notice. At the moment, however, both extending cap-and-trade legislation that produced a
there is much more of that to come. nice mid-summer heat for those interested, sights
capable of hitting targets in What hasnt worked yet: haranguing countries rely on U.S. nuclear deter-
the U.S. mainland, including rence for their security. The big ques- are starting to turn to remedies for the states growing hous-
China, Pyongyangs major trading ing crisis.
Chicago. Pyongyang says that partner and ally, to do more to rein in tion: Can North Korea be deterred,
Washington should regard the launch just as the Soviet Union and China The action on that will take place after the summer recess,
the outlaw Kim regime. As President but an outline of a potential deal was announced in the midst
as a grave warning. Trump rightly tweeted about China, were? In other words, do the North
No argument there. Koreans believe that the U.S. will of the cap-and-trade debate likely to placate some legisla-
they do NOTHING for us with North tors who were squirming with their support and wanted to
This sobering development comes Korea, just talk. retaliate, possibly with nukes, if
years earlier than many experts had see some action on housing before falling in line.
Cut to Americas recent display of North Korea attacks Japan or Seoul?
predicted. The upshot: The U.S. poli- The outline is essentially as
military prowess: Two supersonic B-1 The greater the doubt, the greater the follows: A $75 fee on real estate
cy of strategic patience waiting bombers streaked over the Korean risk that North Korea will make a rst
for North Korean dictator Kim Jong transactions that would generate
peninsula as part of a joint exercise strike. about $250 million a year for
Un to come to his senses and the bar- with Japan and South Korea. U.S. All of this is unsettling and hap-
gaining table is ofcially over. low-income housing, a $3 bil-
forces also demonstrated the effec- pening in Chinas neighborhood. And lion housing bond and the eas-
President Donald Trump needs a far tiveness of the Terminal High Altitude as any businessman will tell you, ris- ing of development regulations
more muscular policy than his prede- Area Defense system (THAAD), which ing tensions and threats of war arent for cities that have fallen short
cessors, pronto. What will that be? detected, tracked and intercepted a
So far, theres been talk of shooting good for business. of their housing goals. The last
medium-range ballistic missile China has a choice. It can help component is interesting
down North Korean test missiles as a launched from Alaska.
warning. But that could provoke defuse the situation by choking off its because it was in legislation
All this posturing is directed not energy trade with North Korea. It can written by state Sen. Scott
Pyongyang to rain massive conven- only at Kim Jong Un, but also the
tional retaliation on Seoul. Bad make Kim Jong Un and his elites go Weiner, D-San Francisco, who
leaders of China and their What, us without their favorite cognac and represents a city that just 15 or
sequence. worry? attitude.
Theres been smarter talk of amping fancy cars. China can yank hard on so years ago had a large amount
The last thing China wants is U.S. the Norths economic lifeline and of resistance to new develop-
up the U.S. cyber campaign to send supersonic bombers roaring close to
the North Korean missile program help inform average North Korean cit- ment because it was changing
its borders. the character of the city. Anyone remember the Mission
into a tailspin, much as the U.S. did izens that they could live far better
The last thing China wants is a Yuppie Eradication Project? Well, I guess it failed because
against Irans nascent nuclear pro- lives without the Kim regime and its
potent demonstration of how the U.S. the yuppies (or whatever it is that they are called now)
gram. But we hope that effort is can knock down missiles before they brand of leader-take-all communism.
already happening. Just look south. stayed and later grew in numbers and are now talking smack
reach the American mainland. about anyone who opposes new development, specically
And the U.S. also is moving to The last thing China wants is Japan Beijing, the choice is yours. Every
impose economic sanctions against North Korean missile launch brings housing. Times change, I suppose.
and South Korea seriously mulling While this three-pronged approach is denitely progress
Chinese banks and businesses for confrontation closer.
from Gov. Jerry Browns previous reticence to support leg-
islation or policies that support affordable housing, they are

Letters to the editor not a cure-all. Other ideas have included a revamp of
Proposition 13 to create a double tier in which commercial
properties that transfer to a new generation no longer keep
their low tax rates, though that is certainly not a new idea.
Rents again enabling rent controls on newer Clinton, Trump Jr. responded, I love Its hard to tell if the governor would want to spend the last
structures as well as single-family it and set up a meeting for himself, year and half of his term ghting that battle since its been
Editor, dwellings and condominiums leaves a Kushner and campaign chairman Paul hard to get him to exert much effort on the housing front in
I appreciated Diana Reddys guest gaping hole in any municipalitys Manafort to meet with a person the rst place. A housing bond seems interesting since its
perspective The big lie about efforts in trying to moderate the described as a Russian government been a while since the state has passed one of this size. Last
Californias housing crunch in the astronomical housing costs we see attorney. In other words, informed of decade, it was a popular mechanism for all sorts of things. It
Tuesday, Aug. 1, edition. She brings currently. Although measures Q and R would also provide a stable source of revenue to help those
a secret Kremlin effort to use highly
up many creative ideas and restates failed, think we need to revisit the interested in affordable housing patch together nancing.
sensitive, probably stolen informa-
many others in a search for housing issue statewide and repeal the road- However, we seem to forget that while our current housing
tion about a former U.S. Secretary of
solutions. Not mentioned is the need block that would allow communities crisis has a variety of sources, one of the big ones was the
for renter protections from arbitrary state to manipulate an American elec-
to create a balance of interests tion, Trump Jr. signaled, Were in! loss of redevelopment agencies in 2011. At that time,
evictions. Id say this should exist between renters and landlords. Brown painted a picture of local jurisdictions using this tax-
regardless of the housing crisis. After Contrast that to what happened in
The spectacle of informing a stu- 1960, when the Kremlin made a simi- increment nancing fast and loose as justication for
spending money to move into a unit dent in a dorm that he has to move out pulling the money back to the state for other needs when we
and settle ones kids in the local lar offer to support the candidacy of
and so pack his duffel bag, is far from John F. Kennedy against Richard were still grappling with the impacts of the Great
schools, folks shouldnt have to asking a family to pay out hundreds Recession. Kudos for creativity, but the aftershocks are
worry about a landlord deciding to Nixon, which the Kennedy campaign
of dollars in moving expenses and acute.
remove them without good cause and rebuffed. Likewise, when the Al Gore
remove their children from their In case anyone forgets, redevelopment agencies kept
compensation. Its that plain and campaign in 2000 received conden- taxes within a specic area to pay for projects that would
school. Id say its far closer to cast-
simple. tial materials relating to the Bush improve it. Many of the improvements had to do with
ing refugees onto the water much as
In addition, having no cap that ties we see on the evening news. campaign, they called the FBI. streets and sidewalks, but there was a fairly substantial
rent hikes to the actual costs of main- Is this contrast a sign of different amount of work done to promote new and affordable hous-
taining a rental unit leaves the indus- moral codes between the two parties ing. Because other districts did not receive taxes from the
try at the whims of speculative greed. lack of patriotism, lack of respect area, there were often partnerships forged between schools
Mike Caggiano
Tight markets as we now have need for our democratic values or sim- and cities to get the most bang for their buck.
control to bring some rationality to a San Mateo ply self-serving at any cost on the The dissolution was one of several factors that brought
white-hot market where renters are part of the Republicans? forth our current crisis. Some of the others were dried-up
being eyed simply as income federal funding and questions about the legality of inclu-
resources to be maximized and not R and D contrast sionary zoning in which a certain percentage of new hous-
valued customers to be respected. Editor, Jorg Aadahl ing units are required to be set aside at below-market rates.
The Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Instead of calling the FBI when San Mateo All of those are peanuts, however, compared to the new
Act that prevents localities from offered Russian dirt on Hillary jobs that poured into this area and the scalization of land
use policies enacted after Proposition 13 that placed more
emphasis on sales tax over property tax. But more about
OUR MISSION:
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most what can be done some sort of replacement for redevel-
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for opment agencies should be part of the housing crisis solu-
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. tion equation. There was some movement toward enhanced
By combining local news and sports coverage, infrastructure nance districts but those may be too focused
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business,
Michael Davis Charles Gould lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to for use by most. However, I do like the idea of excluding
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Paul Moisio Joe Rudino school districts from contributing so they are not at a loss
provide our readers with the highest quality
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Joy Uganiza Todd Waibel information resource in San Mateo County. for funds. After all, schools can use all the money they can
Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we get.
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When it comes to the need for new housing, it is good
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Stocks slip, with bigger losses for smaller companies


By Marley Jay ing first-quarter sales, and its fore-
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS casts for the rest of the year
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 22,044.85 werent as good as analysts had
Low: 21,991.32 hoped. The company also agreed
NEW YORK Losses for ener-
gy and technology companies left Close: 22,026.10 to sell its website security busi-
most U. S. stocks lower on Change: +9.86 ness to DigiCert for $950 million
Thursday. Smaller companies fared in cash and a 30 percent stake in
OTHER INDEXES DigiCert. Symantec slid 64 cents,
worse as the dollar remained at 15- S&P 500: 2472.16 -5.41
month lows. or 2.1 percent, to $30.27.
NYSE Index: 11,956.52 -22.85 3D printer maker 3D Systems
Energy companies weakened as
Nasdaq: 6340.34 -22.31 plunged $3.62, or 21.3 percent, to
the price of oil turned lower, and
technology companies declined as NYSE MKT: 2545.89 -13.37 $13.39 after it fell short of Wall
Apple gave up a piece of its big Russell 2000: 1405.23 -7.67 Street estimates in the second
gain from the day before. Wilshire 5000: 25,652.83 -79.10 quarter and cut its projections for
Investors bought government the full year. Elsewhere, Apple
10-Yr Bond: 2.22 -0.03 lost $1. 57, or 1 percent, to
bonds after some shaky economic
news in the U.S. and the U.K. That Oil (per barrel): 48.93 -0.66 $155.57 after a big jump the day
sent bond yields down, which hurt Gold : 1,274.40 -4.00 before.
financial companies. Industrial Oil prices turned lower.
companies like 3M did well, and lar continues to lose strength, percent, to 2,472.16. The Dow has impaneled a grand jury in his Benchmark U.S. crude dipped 56
so did large drugmakers like investors are selling smaller and Jones industrial average notched investigation of Russias interfer- cents, or 1.1 percent, to $49.03 a
Pfizer. more domestically-focused com- its eighth gain in a row and added ence in the 2016 presidential elec- barrel in New York. Brent crude,
Small companies, which surged panies and buying more interna- 9.86 points, or less than 0.1 per- tion. the international standard, fell 35
in November and December, have tional businesses, as the weaker cent, to 22,026.10. The Nasdaq Companies have reported cents to $52. 01 a barrel in
slumped this week. Firearms dollar will help their profits and composite lost 22.30 points, or strong second-quarter results late- London.
maker Sturm Ruger tumbled sales outside the U.S. 0. 4 percent, to 6, 340. 34. The ly as corporate earnings continue The Institute for Supply
Thursday after it said sales fell in Most people didnt expect the Russell 2000 index of smaller to grow, But with stocks at record Management said production,
the second quarter, and sporting degree of dollar weakness that companies sank 7.67 points, or highs, the market hasnt reacted orders and hiring by U.S. services
goods companies like Big 5 and were seeing, he said. The ICE 0.5 percent, to 1,405.23 after a very much: the S&P 500 flat over companies all declined in July. Its
Vista Outdoor also sank. Smaller U.S. Dollar Index is down 9 per- sharp loss a day ago. the last two weeks. services index slipped to its low-
banks fared worse than larger cent this year and hasnt been this Near the close of trading, stocks Companies that didnt live up to est reading in 11 months, which
ones. low in about 15 months. turned a bit lower after the Wall investors expectations took loss- suggests the economy is still
Julian Emanuel, an equity strate- The Standard & Poors 500 Street Journal reported that es. Security software maker growing at a steady but modest
gist for UBS, said that as the dol- index shed 5.41 points, or 0.2 Special Counsel Robert Mueller Symantec announced disappoint- pace.

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gobble up another online food-
ordering rival: This time its Yelp
beats Street 2Q forecasts
SANTA MONICA Activision
NEW YORK Soon, anyone
with $500 can buy a piece of
companys revenue, but they are
growing faster because of the rise Inc.s Eat24. Blizzard Inc. on Thursday reported Fatburger.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. FedEx will of online shopping. Residential Chicago-based Grubhub Inc. second-quarter net income of $243 Fat Brands, the owner of restau-
skip special charges for most deliveries are relatively ineffi- said Thursday that it will pay Yelp million. rant brands Fatburger and chicken-
packages shipped during the holi- cient because homes are so spread $287.5 million in cash for Eat24. On a per-share basis, the Santa wing chain Buffalos Cafe, plans to
day season this year as it seeks to out and a driver might take one Thats more than double what San Monica, California-based compa- sell shares to the public next month
undercut rival UPS in a fight for a package to a house instead of sev- Francisco-based Yelp paid to ny said it had net income of 32 in an effort to raise $20 million. It
larger share of the millions of eral to a business that raises acquire Eat24 two years ago. cents. Earnings, adjusted for amor- will use that money to expand its
items now bought online. costs for FedEx. The two companies also tization costs stock option business and pay down debt.
FedEx Corp. said Thursday that The shipper, based in Memphis, announced a 5-year deal that will expense, deferred revenue, were 43 The Beverly Hills, California-
it wont charge extra for peak-sea- Tennessee, said that from Nov. 20 allow readers of Yelps reviews to cents per share. based company plans to file for its
son residential deliveries unless through Dec. 24 it will add sur- order food from restaurants that The results beat Wall Street initial public offering through a set
the package requires extra han- charges of $3 for packages need- use Grubhub. expectations. of rules known as Regulation A+,
dling, such as for very large items. ing special handling, $25 for Grubhub said it will keep alive Activision Blizzard shares have which makes it easier for small
On an average day, FedEx deliv- oversized items, and $300 for the Eat24 brand, which it said increased 77 percent since the companies to raise money. Right
ers more than 12 million packages unauthorized shipments. appeals to a younger demographic. beginning of the year and 58 per- now, its only gauging interest
to businesses and homes, but that FedExs announcement comes Grubhub shares dropped 1.5 per- cent in the last 12 months. They from possible investors and plans
can jump to 25 million on peak two months after UPS announced cent in extended trading, while slipped $1.07, or 1.7 percent, to to sell its stock in September.
days in December. new surcharges that will impact Yelp surged 19 percent. Both com- $62.90 in extended trading fol- Fat Brands says investors will
Residential shipments repre- shipments in some weeks near panies also reported results after lowing the release of the earnings have to invest a minimum of $500
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Ford works with police agencies
after police sickened by fumes
By Michael Casey Administration has said its investigation
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS suggests the vehicles are experiencing
exhaust manifold cracks that are hard to
detect and may explain exhaust odors.
MONTPELIER, Vt. A growing number Police officers should be concerned, par-
of police departments across the country are ticularly this time of year, said Dennis
taking action over concerns that carbon Slocumb, with the International Union of
monoxide fumes from Ford Explorer patrol Police Associations, which represents
vehicles are seeping inside the SUVs, more than 100,000 law enforcement per-
potentially sickening officers. sonnel. It could be a life-and-death issue if
Several departments, including somebody lost consciousness while they
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and the were driving a police car down a highway. It
Vermont State Police, are inspecting their could result in terrible tragedy.
fleets or have installed carbon monoxide Authorities in Auburn, Massachusetts,
monitors in the vehicles. At least two confirmed an officer who passed out behind
departments in Texas and one in the wheel of his cruiser and crashed had test-
REUTERS Massachusetts have gone further, pulling ed positive for exposure to carbon monox-
CEOs of German car making industry meet with German federal ministers at the Federal some or all their Ford Explorers off the ide. In a post on its Facebook page, the
Ministry of the Interior to discuss the future of diesel vehicles, after a nearly two-year saga of road. department said a total of three officers were
scandal spread from Volkswagen to others in the sector in Berlin, Germany. Ford Motor Co. has promised to repair hospitalized for high carbon monoxide
the vehicles and investigate the cause. The levels. The department also said it had

How realistic are plans to auto company has suggested police depart-
ments may have created the problem when
they added equipment after delivery. But the
National Highway Traffic Safety
taken 12 Explorers out of service over car-
bon monoxide concerns, including SUVs
used by the citys public works director and
assistant fire chief.

ban new gas, diesel cars?


By David McHugh decision politically difficult in many
Turkey and China pledge
security cooperation as ties warm
Around the world
seen as referring to Chinas Uighur ethnic
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS places. BEIJING Turkeys top diplomat vowed minority, a Turkic people who share cultur-
I think theres a majority, especially in Thursday to root out militants plotting al and linguistic ties with Anatolian Turks.
FRANKFURT, Germany Ban the sale cities, who say we need change, says against China, signaling closer coopera- Turkey and China have in recent years
of gasoline and diesel cars by a deadline Dieter Janecek, a member of Germanys tion against suspected Uighur militants pledged to cooperate on security and count-
2040, 2030, even 2025. More and more Green party who is campaigning for re- hailing from Chinas far west who have er-terrorism efforts, though experts say
governments are proposing just that. election in the national poll Sept. 24 on long been a sore point in bilateral rela- such ties are also balanced by mutual suspi-
But how seriously can such deadlines be his partys official call for an end to new tions. cion. Relations between Ankara and
taken? gas and diesel sales by 2030. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Beijing have been strained by Turkeys sup-
The issue of how to phase out polluting He is running not just from anywhere but Cavusoglu told reporters during a visit to port for groups fighting Syrian President
traditional engines has been pushed to the from Bavaria, home to auto giant BMW. Beijing that his government would treat Bashar al-Assad a China ally and its
forefront by scandals and crises. First Yet he thinks the call to phase out tradi- threats to Chinas security as threats to sheltering of Uighur refugees.
Volkswagens admission to cheating on tional engines is a winner. Janecek, 41, itself and would not allow any anti-China Human rights groups have long accused
U. S. diesel emissions tests, and more says that many people are skeptical of activity inside Turkey or territory con- China of oppressing its roughly 10 mil-
recently a push by cities in Germany and the internal combustion engine, because trolled by Turkey. lion Uighurs with severe restrictions on
elsewhere to ban diesels to make the air they have to live with the consequences Cavusoglus tough comments, which language, culture and religion and inflam-
and the emissions. Thats particularly came after a meeting and warm handshakes ing a cycle of resentment and radicaliza-
cleaner.
true of urbanites more than half the res- with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, were tion.
The political desire to switch to get rid
of traditional engines, however, runs into idents of Munichs innermost neighbor-
a number hurdles in the real world. More hoods dont even own a car. And it is in
recharging stations need to be set up glob- cities where the pollution issue is most
ally, at a potentially high cost. And mil- pressing.
lions of jobs depend on the production of A lot would have to happen before such a
internal combustion engines, making the big move happens, however.
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Though Krupka acknowledged traffic miti-


Around the world
Flames engulf 86-story
residential skyscraper in Dubai
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates A fire
Dubais Civil Defense announced at about
3:30 a.m. that firefighters had brought the
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gation fees and community benefits from
proposed and recently approved develop-
ments in the city could be another source of
blaze under control and that no injuries had funds, they wouldnt be included in the proj-
broke out after midnight in one of the ect budget unless formal agreements are
worlds tallest residential towers in Dubai, been reported. Woodside Road and Seaport Boulevard near
Cooling operations are underway, finalized.
engulfing part of the skyscraper and send- the Highway 101 interchange are among the Its not there until its committed, he
ing chunks of debris plummeting below. Dubais official media office said on Twitter. changes city planners have set their sights
It was the second time in 2 1/2 years that said.
More than 40 floors of the 86-story Torch on in an effort to facilitate movement An offer to dedicate $10 million toward
the more than 1,100-foot-tall (335 meters) through a congested Redwood City gateway.
Tower were burning on one side of the build- tower has been ravaged by fire. The tower, the project included in the Jay Paul
ing, an Associated Press journalist near the Now past initial environmental review, Companys Harbor View proposal to build a
located in the popular waterfront Marina plans to redesign the interchange are in the
scene of the blaze said. Building residents district, caught fire in February 2015, but 1.2-million-square-foot office complex east
could be seen on the street outside crying hands of AECOM Technical Services, a con- at the former Malibu Grand Prix site just
there were no major casualties reported in struction engineering company awarded just
with several saying the fire broke out just that blaze. north of the interchange could help fill the
after 1 a.m. Friday local time. more than $7 million by the Redwood City funding gap, but Krupka said the funds from
Council Monday, July 24, to create detailed that project and others could not be counted
designs for how the major project compo- on until they are approved. The City
ite formations looked like animals such as

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fish, bears and wolves because of the way
the sun created shadows in the granite rocks
formation. Her favorite part of the outdoors
nents will fit together, said city project man-
ager Paul Krupka.
The plans have long been in the making
for the city, which is sponsoring the proj-
Council approved an initiation of a general
plan amendment Monday to study the
impact of the project on the surrounding
area, but months of public outreach and
were the sunrises and sunsets. The sun rose
ect, Caltrans, the agency who owns the hearings are expected before a final determi-
early in the morning and didnt set until
half day period. She often made deals with interchange and the San Mateo County nation on the project could be expected. At
after midnight, leaving most of the trip in
herself on the river in which she allowed sunlight. The sunsets often created colors of Transportation Authority, which Krupka said least two other residential projects less than
herself to close her eyes for one minute as blue-silvers, grays, pinks and oranges at is providing the lions share of the $10 mil- 2 miles away at the former Century Park 12
long as she didnt fall asleep. The constant which she spent hours gazing. lion currently committed toward the project, movie theater and 1548 Maple St., adjacent
paddling also forced her to nibble away at Matthews finished the race at 6:45 p.m. which could cost up to $127 million when to the Docktown Marina, would make more
food throughout the race and drink gallons on a Saturday, four hours before the mid- complete. than 450 housing units available, if
of Gatorade to keep herself energized and night cutoff and after a total of 69 hours and This action the council just took to approved.
hydrated. 45 minutes of paddling over three-and-a- authorize the design contract really is a Krupka said any projects proposed near the
The river itself is also hard to navigate half days. For her, the Yukon River Quest major milestone step for this project, he interchange have been considered in the
even for an experienced paddler. Small was more about finishing the race and get- said. environmental impact assessment of the
islands and changing water currents on the ting a good experience during her first The effort to draw detailed plans for a new project, with congestion estimates projected
river forced Matthews to constantly adjust time. diagonal and partial cloverleaf on-ramps to out as far as 2042.
her direction. The hardest part of the race for I just wanted to go do it, Matthews said. funnel northbound traffic onto the highway, The projects timeline will also hinge on
her was having to paddle the 31-mile Lake I figured if I could get down that river, diamond on- and off-ramps to redirect south- how the city will acquire or secure right-of-
Laberge, with 3- to 4-foot-high waves. The thats good for me. bound traffic and accompanying traffic sig- way for the project and its construction.
race starts in Whitehorse, the largest city in nals and nearby street improvements could Krupka said the city will also incorporate
Yukon, and follows the river until it reaches Not slowing down help planners garner additional funds for the
project, said Krupka.
plans to build a street-level bicycle and
the finish in the small town of Dawson pedestrian path that would connect trails and
City. The small amounts of checkpoints Although its only been a few weeks since Krupka said the interchanges location in
Matthews returned, she has already resumed businesses on the citys east side with its
meant that she sometimes went 170 miles priority corridors identified by local and core as the interchanges design takes shape.
in between stops. training. After only a week off, she got back state efforts to pool tax dollars for road
into light exercises. Shes already restarted The new path, which garnered a $948,000
Once Matthews got past the early difficul- improvements position it well for grant grant from the Metropolitan Transportation
ties and false starts, she was able to study paddleboarding in the Bay and has her next cycles. Having funded interchange projects
race lined up on Lake Tahoe. After complet- Commission earlier this year, would facili-
the wilderness of the Yukon. The area around in nearby Menlo Park and San Carlos, tate passage between the east and west sides
the Yukon River is sparsely populated, leav- ing the Yukon River Quest, she has no Krupka said local Measure A sales tax dollars
intentions of slowing down. of the freeway, which has historically been a
ing racers with hundreds of miles of are one possible source of funding, with barrier to pedestrian and bike traffic.
untouched nature. She would often go hours Im going to be 98 years old paddling, recently passed Senate Bill 1 offering a new
Matthews said. Honestly, nothings going Krupka said keeping the public informed
without seeing anyone, and she spent most funding opportunity. But he also anticipated on the projects progress would be a priority
of her time looking at granite rock forma- to stop me. Theres no stopping me. Theres those funding opportunities to be fairly
a work-around for everything. for planners, and expected a schedule for
tions, plants and the tall trees. Many gran- competitive, with much-needed projects update opportunities to be ready by
being prepared across the state and region September.
for grant applications. Though he acknowledged a long road lies
The challenge that everybody talks about ahead for the interchange, Krupka was enthu-
and everybody knows about is funding, he siastic about seeing concrete plans for the
said. major city connection take shape.
Combined with a lack of clarity of how Were excited, were moving ahead and
federal funds would factor into the project, were going to go get the funding for it and
the funding uncertainty planners face poses make this thing happen, he said.
a major obstacle for the project, one which Visit redwoodcity.org/departments/com-
Krupka said could delay construction. At the munity-development-department/engineer-
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Impact of soccers $200M man


Neymar leaving PSGs signing of
Barcelona for star is a PR coup
PSG effects the for isolated Qatar
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

future of both LONDON Neymars move to Paris Saint-


Germain has obliterated world soccers trans-
By Joseph Wilson
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
fer record in a major coup for the French club
and the tiny energy-rich emirate of Qatar.
BARCELONA, Spain Barcelona is facing By signing the Brazilian star for its flag-
an uncertain future without Lionel Messis heir ship sporting asset, Qatar is projecting a
apparent. business-as-usual image to foreign allies and
Neymar flourished alongside Messi for four investors after two months locked in a bitter
seasons, and everyone in Barcelona execu- diplomatic dispute with its neighbors.
tives, players, fans counted on the 25-year- While a footnote in monetary terms in
old Brazil striker to even- Qatars wider investment portfolio, the
tually become the teams immensely wealthy 2022 World Cup host
leader after he signed a nation has long used sports as a way to ele-
contract extension last vate its stature . Signing one of the most rec-
year through 2021. ognizable and marketable figures in the
That plan was blown sports world on Thursday is an extravagant
away on Thursday when demonstration of that.
Neymars astonishing 222 Meeting Neymars mandatory fee of 222
million euro ($262 mil- million euros ($262 million) is the most sig-
lion) move to Paris Saint- nificant move yet to join the soccer elite by
Lionel Messi Germain was completed PSG as it prepares for its seventh season
after his release clause was under ownership that is closely linked to
triggered doubling the world record for a Qatars ruling family.
soccer transfer. They are trying to literally score a point
The departure of Neymar leaves Barcelona in here, said Christopher Davidson, who
the position of having a lot of extra cash and teaches Middle East politics at Durham
the clear need to shore up an aging team that University in northeast England. It sounds
has lost its second-best player and its project- like a lot of money but given the stakes are
ed star for years to come. hundreds of billions of dollars because of the
Neymar is poised to become an even better World Cup, Neymar will be seen as a sound
player in Paris than the one who has dazzled investment by Qatar.
Camp Nou with his lightning-quick feet and It proves they have the funds available
flair for beautiful goals. and they have some liquidity to still be taken
Barcelonas other top players, however, are seriously.
all eyeing the twilight of their careers. While Qatar has been waging an international
he still hasnt lost a step, Messi is 30 and public relations offensive to fend off accusa-
entering his 14th season. Striker Luis Suarez tions by Saudi Arabia, the United Arab
is also 30, and midfielder Andres Iniesta has Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain that it supports
reached 33 and is in the final year of his con- extremists.
tract. Qatar strongly denies the allegation and
Iniesta considered Neymar irreplaceable, no sees the boycott by its regional rivals as a
matter how much money the club would get in politically motivated attempt to change its
exchange. foreign policy and undermine its sovereign-
I cant see how having 200 or 300 million ty, with the natural gas-rich countrys only
(euros) is more beneficial than counting on REUTERS land border sealed off.
Neymar, a 25-year-old Brazilian international, is among the best players in the world right Soccer stars have not been deterred from
now on par with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. His transfer to Paris PSG club will
See BARCALONA, Page 16 have ripple effects not only on those two clubs, but for the soccer world in years to come. See QATAR, Page 16

Curry is solid at Raiders get two key pieces


of defense back in practice
Web.com tourney
By Janie McCauley competing in a tournament one
By Michael Wagaman
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

NAPA The Oakland Raiders


defense had one of their most pro-
on
Both had been

active/non-
football injury
list for undis-
the

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS step below the PGA Tour. ductive practices on Thursday, the closed reasons
With a bogey on the last hole, same day outside linebacker Bruce and had been
he had a respectable 4-over 74. Irvin and defensive end Mario working out
HAYWARD Stephen Curry i n di v i dua l l y
It was an amazing experience. Edwards Jr.
pumped his right fist, raised his before joining
Ive been looking forward to this returned after Mario
arms in the air with club in hand the rest of the
since I found out and to finally hit missing most Edwards Jr.
and gave a firm shoulder bump to team on the
my first shot in tournament play of the first week
caddie Jonnie West, his golf part- field when the Raiders returned
was a really, really nervous of training
ner on road trips with the Golden from their first day off of camp.
moment but it was everything I camp.
State Warriors. It felt good being back out
hoped for, Curry said. If you told The two play-
After three bogeys in five holes me I was going to shoot 74 going ers were back in there, Edwards said. Staying
of his professional golf debut, a into the first round Id take that all their customary healthy is pretty big for me but
birdie was worthy of celebration. day, every day. Im pretty happy positions with Im back so Im ready to play.
There was the animated, confi- USA TODAY SPORTS Bruce Irvin
with it. Oaklands start- Irvin and Edwards on the field
dent Steph that NBA fans know so Curry drew 300-plus fans to the Steph Curry, shown during a ing defense for the midmorning seemed to spark the rest of the
well, the two-time league MVP Web.com Tours Ellie Mae Classic, practice round earlier in the week, workout, Edwards on the right side defense. Cornerback David
finally feeling it and making the where Hall of Fame wide receiver finished the first round of the of the Raiders line with Irvin lined Amerson and backup Dexter
tough shots on the challenging Web.com Tours Ellie Mae Classic up on Edwards outside shoulder.
course at TPC Stonebrae while See CURRY, Page 16 with a 4-over 74 in Hayward. See RAIDERS, Page 14
14 Friday Aug. 4, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Blach does it all as Giants unload on Oakland


By Gideon Rubin Giants sent nine batters to the plate. RHP Chris Stratton will be called up from
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Giants 11, As 2 Brandon Belt hit a two-run homer - his 18th Triple-A Sacramento and will take RHP Matt
His first career home run - capping a three-run inning in the second. Cains turn in the rotation, manager Bruce
cleared the 399-foot sign Giants third baseman Ryder Jones, promot- Bochy said. Cain will likely pitch out of the
SAN FRANCISCO Ty Blach pitched bullpen.
eight strong innings and hit a three-run in center field and extend- ed earlier in the day from Triple-A
homer and Jarrett Parker had three hits and ed an 8-1 lead. Sacramento, had two hits.
three RBIs in his first game back from the dis- The Giants combined Graveman was making his first start since
Left out
abled list as the San Francisco Giants defeated for 13 hits as they spoiled coming off the disabled list for a second time CF Denard Span will likely move to left
the Oakland Athletics 11-2 on Thursday the return of Oakland As on May 19 with a right shoulder strain. field at some point in his Giants tenure,
night. starter Kendall Graveman The 26-year-old right-hander pitched a sea- Bochy said. Span is signed through next year.
The win gave the Giants a split of the four- (2-3). son-low two innings and gave up a season-
game home-and-home Bay Bridge Series. Ty Blach Parker, who has been high seven runs and seven hits in his ninth Diving Chad
out since breaking his start.
Blach (7-7) struck out four and gave up two Chad Pinder, a defensive standout whos
right clavicle crashing into a wall on April
runs, six hits and one walk. The 26-year-old Rajai Davis homered for the As in the top already played five positions, made a diving
15, was 3 for 5 with two doubles.
left-hander threw 104 pitches. Hes pitched at of the eighth inning. catch on a fly ball near the foul line to rob
His two-run double highlighted a four-run
least six innings in six straight starts. Hunter Pence of extra bases for the final out in
rally in the bottom of the first in which the
Blach homered off Chris Smith in the fifth. Replacing Cain the bottom of the second inning.

Ex-champ Klitschko Olympian Shields gets


announces retirement first shot at world title
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sports, Klitschko said in a statement
By Noah Trister of her WBC 168-pound title. The IBF cham-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS pionship is vacant.
released by his management.
BERLIN Former heavyweight world Adler has six years of pro experience, but
He said that he had deliberately taken a DETROIT For Claressa Shields, this is Shields was confident following Thursdays
champion Wladimir Klitschko announced few weeks to reach a decision to make sure
his immediate retirement from boxing on an opportunity that arrived sooner than weigh-in.
I had enough distance from the (rst Joshua) expected. I dont think that she thinks she has a
Thursday. ght at Wembley Stadium.
The decision ends an era when the In just her fourth professional fight, the chance, Shields said. But shes going to
An amateur boxing star in his youth, 22-year-old Shields will take on unbeaten fight her heart out though, for sure.
Klitschko name alone could guarantee one
Klitschko turned pro in 1996 after he won Nikki Adler on Friday night for the womens Shields, a Flint native, will be fighting in
of the biggest ghts of
the Olympic gold in Atlanta. WBC and IBF super middleweight world her home state at Detroits MGM Grand. Her
the year. At their peak,
Klitschko and his broth- His early professional career passed in a titles. Shields, a two-time Olympic champi- fight against Adler is the main event
er Vitali held all of the blur, with 16 victories in 13 months. He on, made history earlier another big stage for Shields.
major heavyweight titles won his rst world title in 2000, beating this year when she I fought main event on Showtime once
between them. Chris Byrd on points for the WBO belt six became the first woman already. (Fridays) my second time, she
Klitschko, who retired months after Byrd had taken the title from to headline a fight card on said. I think pay-per-view is in the near
with a 64-5 record, lost Klitschkos brother Vitali. premium cable. Now future.
his titles to Tyson Fury Defeats to Corrie Sanders in 2003 and shell try to take another If she wants to keep her impressive rise
in 2015 and failed to Lamon Brewster in 2004 raised doubts big step in a pro career going, of course, Shields will need to win
Wladimir regain the WBA and IBF whether Klitschko had the resilience to box thats less than a year old. this week. Shes no stranger to high expec-
Klitschko belts in April, when at the top level. He answered the doubters This next fight is a tations, though.
Anthony Joshua beat with an 11-year unbeaten run from that challenge Shields I always knew that I was a great boxer,
Claressa thought would come a lit- she said. I knew that if the right eyes got on
him by an 11th-round technical knockout. defeat to Brewster, beating contenders such Shields
Klitschko had been lined up for a rematch as Ruslan Chagaev and David Haye along tle bit later on. me, that I would have a lot of success in box-
against Joshua, who will now likely face the way with a methodical, tactical style. The way that I pictured it was, you know, ing.
mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev. two four-rounders, two six-rounders, two As a pro, Shields has a chance to occupy
Wladimir Klitschkos departure opens up the spotlight on a more consistent basis
As an amateur and a professional boxer, I eight- and then maybe a title, she said. I
the heavyweight scene, with Joshua now and if she can beat Adler, shell have accom-
have achieved everything I dreamed of, and wanted my seventh fight to be my WBC title.
likely to face Bulgarian Pulev in the coming plished a lot in a short amount of time. The
now I want to start my second career after But now its my fourth.
months. Pulevs only loss in 26 ghts was Olympics helped Shields make a name for
Shields (3-0) made her pro debut in
against Klitschko in 2014. herself, but those opportunities came only
November, then stopped Szilvia Szabados in
the fourth round in March while headlining once every four years.
the card on Showtime. She went eight rounds Its kind of exciting during the time of the

Do you or a loved one in June, winning a unanimous decision


against Sydney LeBlanc. The fight against
Olympics, but once the Olympics go away,
everything kind of dies down, Shields said.

struggle on the stairs? Adler (16-0) is scheduled for 10 rounds. Being a professional woman boxer and
The 30-year-old Adler, a former German being on this platform, it doesnt die down.
amateur champion, will make a third defense It just keeps getting bigger and bigger.

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Wie scorches course, leads at Womens British Open


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS not won since claiming the U.S Womens
Open at Pinehurst in 2014. When the
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland Finishing weather is nice, it almost felt like I was
fast after a slow start, Michelle Wie birdied playing back home in Hawaii with the
her last three holes Thursday for an 8-under views and everything. I feel like I got
64 for a one-shot lead in the Womens extremely lucky with the conditions out
British Open. there.
Wie bogeyed the par-5 second hole at Still, no one else in the 144-player field
Kingsbarns Links, and that was the last of took as much advantage. The lack of wind
her mistakes. The 27-year-old American and softness underfoot left the 6,697-yard
shot 30 on the back nine and wound up one course all but defenseless and allowed Wie to
shot ahead of I.K. Kim of South Korea. use her high-flying lofted woods to great
Lindy Duncan was another shot behind at effect. Six of her nine birdies resulted from
66, with Lexi Thompson among those at approach shots with metals, the 9- and 11-
67. woods that have been in her bag since June
Wie, showing no sign of the neck spasms proving most effective.
that forced her to withdraw from last Callaway has done a great job of accom-
months U.S Womens Open, posted nine modating me, said Wie. They had to look
birdies during a morning round played in back into their archives to find me an 11-
almost perfect weather on the eastern coast wood. Ive never played such high-lofted
of Scotland. woods before. The 11-wood goes 180-yards,
Only later did torrential downpours and the same distance as my 5-iron but is a lot
the threat of lightning twice disrupt play for easier to hit than a blade. The 9-wood
a total of 74 minutes. replaces my 4-hybrid and goes 190 to 195
Laura Davies was one who suffered from yards.
the interruptions. Six-under par through 14 As for Thompson, the big-hitting
holes, the 53-year old from England fin- Floridian relied less on the yardage book
ished in a mildly disappointing 68, the REUTERS and more on her caddie. Kevin McAlpine, a
same score posted by Charley Hull, American Michelle Wie fired an 8-under 64 to hold a one-shot lead after the first round of the former Scottish Amateur champion, worked
Britains top player. Womens British Open at Kingsbarns Links in Scotland. at Kingsbarns for four summers prior to tak-
There were no such problems for Wie. ing the Thompson bag.
Such was the overall serenity of her ally the Tay Estuary. birdies before the turn. Over the back nine, His local knowledge helps tremendous-
progress, the Hawaii native even had time Following the early dropped shot a it only got better with six birdies in the ly, Thompson said.
to take in the stunning vistas across what badly skulled lob wedge finished far over final eight holes. So Yeon Ryu, the No. 1 player in the
she referred to as the ocean, which is actu- the second green she reeled off three Its so gorgeous here, said Wie, who has world, opened with a 71.

The games creators fine-tuned player rat-


Sports brief ings and skill moves. Theres a WNBA play
mode where video gamers can pit two WNBA
WNBA players featured teams against each other with authentic jer-
in video game for first time seys, rosters and courts.
Breanna Stewart can now compete against Stewart hopes that her younger brother,
other WNBA players in a video game. who plays video games a lot, will pick her
Her teammates will be featured in a video when he plays the game.
game for the first time this fall, with NBA Im going to have to talk to him about
Live 18 adding womens basketball players. this, she said, laughing. Its the first ques-
It really is cool. For me, I played video tion Im going to ask him.
games when I was younger, whether it was the The second might be what her rankings are.
NCAA basketball game or 2K, Stewart said Always a bone of contention in other sports
in a phone interview with The Associated games, Stewart is confident EA Sports will
Press. To be in a video game, its humbling. get the rankings right.
You see mens players all the time, but its My rating is going to be important, Im
good for womens basketball to have us in curious to see what it will be, she said. EA
there. Sports will do me right.
Head scans of WNBA players were conduct- Its not the first time that EA Sports has
ed over the past year. The developers held added females to its game. FIFA2016 high-
motion capture sessions with No. 1 draft pick lighted 12 womens soccer national teams,
Kelsey Plum of the San Antonio Stars. including the U.S., to the game in 2015.
Veterans Candace Parker and Tina Charles are It should have happened a while ago, she
featured, along with stars Maya Moore, said. They should have given video gamers
Brittney Griner and Elena Delle Donne. the option.

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QATAR
Qatari officials have made a point of saying that the vast con-

CURRY
Continued from page 13 Continued from page 13
struction project for the World Cup has been unaffected by the
blockade. But they have acknowledged that import costs overall
have risen dramatically for items such as food and medicine,
which now need to be flown in or shipped by sea from points fur-
ther afield.
Jerry Rice has played a few times in the past. flying into Doha, helping to give the impression that the desert While big-ticket assets like British department store Harrods
The star point guard of the champion Warriors high-fived nation is weathering the boycott. can seem more financially astute investments for Qatar, sports
fans between holes on the picturesque course providing Barcelona players Gerard Pique, Sergio Busquets and Jordi Alba entities and events enjoy a higher profile.
panoramic views overlooking San Francisco Bay, and he chat- recently visited a soccer academy and greeted fans at a mall in the
Qatari capital. Alba was photographed signing a shirt with an Qatar hosted the 2006 Asian Games and the Asian Cup football
ted with the other two in his threesome, Sam Ryder and defend-
image of Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani that has finals in 2011, and stages annual tennis and motorcycle grand
ing champion Stephan Jaeger. Both will be on the PGA Tour
become a symbol of resistance to the boycott. That came after prix events.
next season.
The top 65 and ties from the 156-player field will make the Spains Xavi Hernandez, who now plays for Qatari side Al-Saad, All those will pale in comparison to its controversial hosting
cut. Curry, playing on a sponsor exemption and one of three released a video message calling for an end to the blockade of the World Cup in 2022 the first time the FIFA showpiece
amateurs in the field, was tied for 142nd and was six shots against Qatar. will be held in the Middle East. The tournament, which will be
below the cut line going into Friday. The diplomatic row has bled into Qatars extensive sports played in eight stadiums across a country smaller than the U.S.
I want to play better tomorrow. Now that I kind of got the empire in other ways too. state of Connecticut, is the centerpiece of footballing ambitions
jitters out hopefully that will happen and hit a couple more An Egyptian soccer coach, Hossam el-Badry, who manages that were minuscule in Qatar before the FIFA vote.
good shots and make a couple more putts, he said. Egypts Al Ahly, was suspended and fined $10,000 by the In 2004, it set up the Aspire Academy to train promising young
Curry, who munched on a breakfast sandwich at the green of Confederation of African Football for refusing to give interviews Qatari and foreign players. State-backed Qatar Airways was
his first hole, missed badly on his opening tee shot. The drive to the Qatar-based beIN Sports network following two games in named in May as a sponsor to soccers world governing body
landed off a hill and bounced perfectly into the cup holder of a the African Champions League last month. FIFA, and until the end of June was the main sponsor of
golf cart. In the Gulf, many view beIN as remaining closely linked to Al- Barcelona.
Not quite as spot-on as those signature pregame tunnel shots Jazeera, which was founded by Qatars former emir and is one of Barcelona enjoys the global stature and track record of success
at Oracle Arena or the jaw-dropping, buzzer-beating 3-pointers the countrys best-known international brands. Al-Jazeera previ- craved by PSG, which is yet to win European soccers top
from way, way back. ously operated sports channels that were rebranded as beIN Sports Champions League title despite the lavish investment from Qatar
Thats probably a first on the tour. There was a golf cart just and beIN Media Group was spun off into a separate company in Sports Investments.
left of my target on hole No. 1 and it went right in the cup hold- 2014. This signing can demonstrate that Qatar is still viable, still
er, Curry said. Not an ideal way to start with calling a rules The anti-Qatar quartet has demanded that Al-Jazeera and other able to have international influence and still able to be serious
official over after your first tee shot. I kind of settled in after Qatar-backed media outlets be shut down as a condition of nor- player in international soccer, said Davidson, the Middle East
that. malizing relations. expert.
On the 15th fairway, Curry leaned on West, a member of
Golden States front office and son of Hall of Famer Jerry West.

BARCELONA
Coutinho or Juventus playmaker Paulo Dybala.
Jonnie West also is a member at the course. Barcelona will have to pay inflated prices for players after PSG
Then Curry finished the par-5 15th by sinking a 5-foot, blew open the market, and potential sellers know they have
downhill birdie putt. He made par on No. 16 and then survived oodles of cash. The club will also have to face the truth that, at his
a tee shot to the bunker and a near stumble climbing out of the Continued from page 13
best, Neymar is only comparable to Messi and Madrids
sand on the par-4 18th. He made an 8-footer to save par. Cristiano Ronaldo. The market closes at the end of the month.
That prompted a triumphant club tap to his shoe, and Curry Neymar, Iniesta said last weekend amid growing speculation
about PSGs interest. He is one of the best players in the world Barcelona faced a similar situation in 2000 when it infamously
then held up the ball sporting a big grin.
and gives us so much. sold Portugal midfielder Figo to Madrid. It spent the money it
It was awesome, West said. He handled the nerves of this received on Marc Overmars and Emmanuel Petit. What followed
being his first time in this type of atmosphere pretty well. Neymars departure after four seasons and 10 trophies breaks up
one of the most potent strike units ever. Neymar and Messi were was Madrids galactico reign while Barcelona took five years
Curry began his round on the back nine and when his name before winning another Liga.
was announced on the tee, I could barely feel my hands, I had joined by Suarez in the summer of 2014, and the three became
to try to take a deep breath, he said. almost unstoppable, scoring a Spanish record for a trio of 122 Former club president Joan Gaspart who sold Figo
He made the turn in 2 over. goals in a season to lead Barcelona to a rare sweep of the defended current president Josep Bartomeu against criticism that
Champions League, Spanish league and Copa del Rey titles. he let Neymar get away.
With so many cameras clicking, cheers and whistles
moments after he struck the ball and hundreds of supporters in Barcelonas identity is based on a 4-3-3 formation with a trio The board is not to blame for Neymars exit, Gaspart told
No. 30 shirts and Warriors gear, this was no doubt a Strength of attackers up front. So the clubs first priority will likely be to Marca Radio. They did all they could to keep him. Neymar got
In Numbers kind of day. sign another top forward. Spanish media reports link Barcelona around them just like Figo got around me.
There would be no balls lost, either. Wherever his shots to Atletico Madrids Antoine Griezmann and Borussia Dortmunds Neymars departure comes with Barcelona already playing
landed, a big crowd quickly gathered to get an up-close glimpse Ousmane Dembele. catch-up with Madrid for the first time in a decade. Madrid has won
of one of basketballs best. One of the biggest bargains in the Barcelona could also be tempted to enter the sweepstakes for three Champions League titles in the last four years and claimed
NBA before, Curry was rewarded last month with a $201 mil- Monacos teenage striker Kylian Mbappe, who is supposed to be its first Spanish league title in five years in May.
lion, five-year contract. on the agenda of fierce rival Real Madrid. Madrid defender Sergio Ramos said recently that Madrid would
Playing his other sporting passion, Curry got plenty of help But the exit of Neymar offers a chance to new coach Ernesto get a boost by simply not having to play against Neymar.
along the 7,024-yard, par-70 course. Those with homes along Valverde to use his preferred 4-2-3-1 system, which he succeeded
That is one less problem for us because in the key matches
the course gathered in groups on decks to catch a hole. with at Athletic Bilbao and other clubs.
they wont have the player who made the difference, Ramos said.
The luxury of having three superb strikers occasionally left
Barcelona exposed at the back last season, when it outscored Madrid will get its first shot at the post-Neymar Barcelona in
Madrid in the league but lost key matches that also contributed to the Spanish Super Cup on Aug. 13 and 16.
an early exit from the Champions League quarterfinals. Barcelona can take heart that the last time the two powerhous-
Barcelona had already been after PSG midfielder Marco Verratti es met Neymar was suspended. Messi scored two goals anyway
as it struggles to maintain its signature dominance in midfield for a memorable 3-2 win at the Santiago Bernabeu.
two years after Xavi Hernandezs departure. Other rumors point to Barcelona can only hope that Messi can do it again, and maybe
the Catalan club luring away Liverpool midfielder Philippe for years to come, without his No. 1 sidekick.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Friday Aug. 4, 2017 17
49ers release receiver Bruce Ellington
By Chris Biederman else. He handled chart. Those additions left
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB
everything Ellington as a long shot to make Boston 60 49 .550 Washington 63 43 .594
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York 57 50 .533 2
great. the team. Miami 51 55 .481 12
Tampa Bay 57 53 .518 3 1/2 New York 49 57 .462 14
San Francisco Ellington missed all of 2016 Baltimore 53 55 .491 6 1/2 Atlanta 49 58 .458 14 1/2
SANTA CLARA The 49ers has remade its after suffering a hamstring injury Toronto 51 57 .472 8 1/2 Philadelphia 39 66 .371 23 1/2
decided to move on from Bruce receiving corps during the preseason. The fourth- Central Division Central Division
Ellington. The third-year receiver Cleveland 58 48 .547 Chicago 57 50 .533
since Shanahan round selection in the 2014 draft Kansas City 56 51 .523 2 1/2
was waived Thursday after a week of Milwaukee 57 53 .518 1 1/2
and first-time entered the season with expecta- Minnesota 51 55 .481 7 St. Louis 53 55 .491 4 1/2
training camp practices under new general manag- tions of thriving as a slot receiver Detroit 50 57 .467 8 1/2 Pittsburgh 52 56 .481 5 1/2
coach Kyle Shanahan. Chicago 41 65 .387 17
Bruce Ellington er John Lynch in then-coach Chip Kellys up- West Division
Cincinnati
West Division
44 64 .407 13 1/2
Bruce had done a good job with were hired in tempo offense. The injury led the Houston 69 39 .639
Los Angeles 76 32 .704
us but we had a bunch of guys who February. The team signed veteran 49ers to trade for Jeremy Kerley, Seattle 55 55 .500 15
Arizona 62 46 .574 14
were very similar in their skill set, free agents Pierre Garcon, Marquise who led the team in receiving. Los Angeles 53 55 .491 16
Texas 52 56 .481 17 Colorado 62 47 .569 14 1/2
Shanahan said. I thought, give Goodwin and Aldrick Robinson, Kerley re-signed with the 49ers in As 48 61 .440 21 1/2 San Diego 48 59 .449 27 1/2
Bruce a chance to go somewhere who are favorites to top the depth the spring. Giants 42 68 .382 35
Thursdays Games
Smith was not brought back, either. was placed on the NFI list. Thursdays Games

RAIDERS
Detroit 7, Baltimore 5
Boston 9, Chicago White Sox 5 Milwaukee 2, St. Louis 1
McKenzie added help through the Not too frustrating, Edwards Cleveland 5, N.Y. Yankees 1 Arizona 10, Chicago Cubs 8
draft and with a handful of free agent said. I knew I wasnt going before I Tampa Bay 5, Houston 3 Colorado 5, N.Y. Mets 4
signings but the core of Oaklands got here. I was just going with the Texas 4, Minnesota 1 Pittsburgh 6, Cincinnati 0
Continued from page 13 Kansas City 6, Seattle 4 L.A. Dodgers 7, Atlanta 4
defense remains the same. Del Rio is process and doing what I needed to San Francisco 11, Oakland 2 San Francisco 11, Oakland 2
fine with that. do to get back 100 percent. I dont Philadelphia at L.A. Angels, late Philadelphia at L.A. Angels, late
McDonald both intercepted passes Weve got an offense thats prob- Fridays Games
get too high with the highs, too low Fridays Games
from Derek Carr during the full team ably ahead in terms of cohesiveness Detroit(Verlander6-7)atBaltimore(Gausman8-7),4:05p.m. Wash.(Strasburg 10-3) at Cubs (Hendricks 4-3),11:20 a.m.
scrimmage portion of practice. with the lows. I stay pretty even WhiteSox(Rodon1-4)atBoston(Rodriguez4-3),4:10p.m. St.Louis(Leake7-9)atCincy(Wojciechowski1-1),3:40p.m.
and healthy players but I think our Steven. Its an obstacle but I get
Earlier, defensive tackle Justin Ellis Milwaukee (Woodruff 0-0) atTampa (Faria 5-1),4:10 p.m. S,D. (Wood 2-3) at Pittsburgh (Nova 10-8), 4:05 p.m.
defense is going to be pretty good over it and Im ready to go. Yankees (Garcia 5-7) at Cleveland (Bauer 9-8),4:10 p.m. Dodgers (Darvish 6-9) at Mets (deGrom 12-4),4:10 p.m.
stopped running back DeAndre this year, Del Rio said. I think Texas (Perez 5-9) at Minnesota (Colon 2-9), 5:10 p.m. Milwaukee (Woodruff 0-0) atTampa (Faria 5-1),4:10 p.m.
Washington with a hard hit at the youre seeing some of those signs. Edwards only has two career Toronto (Valdez 1-0) at Houston (Peacock 9-1),5:10 p.m. Miami (Conley 4-3) at Atlanta (Dickey 6-7), 4:35 p.m.
line of scrimmage. Keeping Edwards healthy is a must sacks, both coming against Denver Seattle (Paxton 11-3) at K.C. (Hammel 5-8), 5:15 p.m. Philly (Velasquez 2-6) at Colorado (Gray 3-2),5:40 p.m.
Baby steps, to be sure, but an during his rookie season, but the As (Cotton 5-8) at Angels (Chavez 5-10), 7:07 p.m. Arizona (Walker 6-5) at Giants (Bumgarner 1-4),7:15 p.m.
if Oakland wants to improve its pass
encouraging sign for a defense that rush. Raiders hope he can be a key part of
was among the NFLs worst in 2016. Edwards has missed 16 games in their pass rush. Edwards will line up TRANSACTIONS
The Raiders were 26th in yardage his first two NFL seasons. He spent mostly at defensive end but will
slide inside on some passing downs BASEBALL cation of the Detroit Pistons from The Palace of
allowed and were dead last with 25 most of last season on injured American League Auburn Hills to Little Caesars Arena in downtown
sacks, leading coach Jack Del Rio reserve with a hip injury and also in hopes of improving the interior OAKLAND ATHLETICS Reinstated RHP Kendall Detroit.
pass rush. Graveman from the 10-day DL. Optioned RHP NFL
and general manager Reggie missed time with a neck injury dur- Daniel Gossett to Nashville (PCL). CHICAGO BEARS Waived/injured RB Joel
McKenzie to orchestrate a slight ing his rookie campaign. Im a defensive lineman, National League Bouagnon. Signed RB Joshua Rounds.
overhaul in the offseason. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS Optioned 3B Jae- HOUSTON TEXANS Waived DE T.J. Daniel.
The 35th overall pick in 2015, Edwards said. I dont pinpoint Gyun Hwang to Sacramento (PCL). Designated 3B Placed WR Deante Gray on injured reserve. Re-
Defensive tackle Dan Williams Edwards was hopeful of a clean and myself as one particular position. I Conor Gillaspie for assignment. Recalled 3B Ryder moved LB Dayon Pratt from the PUP list.
Jones from Sacramento. Reinstated OF Jarrett JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS Placed LS Carson
was released while fellow lineman healthy start to training camp after feel like you put me wherever you Parker from the 60-day DL. Tinker on injured reserve.Waived/injured RB ITavius
Stacy McGee signed with an injury-free offseason. That ended want me to play and I can make it NBA Mathers. Signed LS Matt Overton and G Malcolm
Washington. Linebacker Malcolm on the first day of workouts when he happen. BOARD OF GOVERNORS Approved the relo- Bunche.
18 Friday Aug. 4, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Major League Soccer implements video replay


By Anne M. Peterson trying to enhance it. in the global soccer world make the deci- drew criticism because of slow reviews that
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Were trying to make it sion to take it on board, and undoubtedly we seemed to confuse players, coaches and fans.
fairer. Were trying to will be watched by the leagues that havent But FIFA concluded that video replay helped
make sure the outcomes made the decision as well as the leagues that referees overturn six game-changing deci-
Today, Major League Soccer. Tomorrow, the
are right. are doing it, Webb said. We are confident sions. Calls made in 29 additional major
world.
Australias top-flight A- with our extensive preparation that what incidents were confirmed correct on review.
Despite purists who believe the beautiful League used a version of theyll see will encourage them to do the same What fans have been waiting for over so
game should never be sullied by video replay, video review on trial earli- thing. many years is finally happening. This is a
it has arrived and isnt going anywhere. Major er this year, and the South Webb serves as manager of video assistant milestone tournament. Video Assistant
League Soccer will start using it for every
match, even the postseason, starting Howard Webb Korean K-League Classic referee operations for the Professional Refereeing is the future of modern football.
began working with it in Referee Organization, which oversees on- FIFA President Gianni Infantino said after see-
Saturday. July. field officials in the U.S. and Canada. Hes got ing the VAR at work in early-round matches in
The Video Assistant Referee, VAR for short, At least two other top-tier leagues will add a the credentials: He was a Premier League refer- Russia.
was showcased on an international level dur- VAR soon. The German Bundesliga will debut ee from 2003-14, and also worked the It is expected that the IFAB will add video
ing this summers Confederations Cup in video replay for the season opener between Champions League and World Cup finals in replay to the laws of the game within the next
Russia and the Under-20 World Cup in South Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen on Aug. 2010. He also served as director of referees for two years, and any competition meeting the
Korea, with mixed results. 18. The Italian Serie A will also introduce its the Saudi Arabian Football Federation. requirements will be able to use it.
But MLS has been preparing for this version after adding goal-line technology last Soccers rule-making body, the For the MLS program , a fifth member of the
moment for three years, determined to get it season. International Football Association Board, officiating crew the Video Assistant
right. For now, all eyes are on MLS and how it approved trials of video technology in March Referee will be at each MLS stadium and
The idea is minimum interference for max- rolls out the VAR protocol. The league has not 2016. Internationally, live experiments are will monitor all video feeds of the game that
imum benefit, said veteran referee Howard publicly stated its investment in video taking place in about 20 competitions this are available, focusing on potential clear and
Webb, who is overseeing the leagues imple- review. year, including the recent Confederations obvious errors or serious missed incidents
mentation of video replay. Were not trying Weve seen some really big players and Cup, considered a test for the 2018 World Cup. involving goals, penalty kicks, straight red
to change the way the game is played. Were make no mistake about it MLS is a big player Implementation at the Confederations Cup cards and mistaken identity.

Goodell: Kaepernick not being blackballed


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS with the 49ers on March strictly on his talent. believes oppresses blacks and other minori-
3, has drawn interest There are other people ties.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. NFL from Seattle and who make those evalua- During the forum, one fan suggested
Commissioner Roger Goodell says teams Baltimore but remains tions and thats a deci- Kaepernicks prolonged protest was the reason
arent blackballing Colin Kaepernick for unemployed a year after sion that those teams all for the decline in the NFLs television ratings
kneeling during the national anthem last throwing for 16 touch- make individually, last year.
year. downs and four intercep- Goodell said. Its not Goodell responded by saying TV ratings are
No, teams make decisions (based) on tions in 11 games. one that I would make as a down across sports and entertainment because
whats in the best interest of their team ... and Several teams have commissioner. of changing viewership patterns and methods.
they make those decisions individually, Roger Goodell signed lesser backups Kaepernick drew sig- He also said he encourages players to be active
Colin
Goodell said Thursday following his appear- without giving nificant backlash last in their communities because I think they are
Kaepernick
ance at a forum with about 200 fans at the Kaepernick a call. year after kneeling during leaders in their communities, I think they have
Denver Broncos indoor practice facility. Goodell demurred when asked if he thought the national anthem and saying he could not a voice and they should express it. And I think
Kaepernick, who opted out of his contract Kaepernick should be in the league based show pride in a flag of a country that he its important for them to do it responsibly.

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Grief blankets Wind River By Jake Coyle on: Take the pain. Its something of a

Sheridan finds another THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

For Taylor Sheridan, the West is still


mission statement for Sheridan, whose
neo-Westerns are filled with deeply bur-
dened men making painful sacrifices.

frontier in Wind River alive with frontier tragedies and genre


thrills, even if hopelessness has moved in
and blanketed the land.
Sheridans latest (his second time direct-
ing following the little-seen 2011 horror
film Vile) is set around the Wind River
By Lindsey Bahr in motion and brings a novice FBI agent Reservation in a wintery Wyoming where,
Wind River makes it a kind of trilogy
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jane (Elizabeth Olsen) to the snowy ter- as one character says, snow and silence are
for Sheridan, the writer behind the West
rain. She enlists the help of a local game the only things that havent been taken.
tracker Cory (Jeremy Renner), who is all Texas neo-Western Hell or High Water and
LOS ANGELES Taylor Sheridan has a the Mexican border drug crime drama The reservation, shrouded in violence,
knack for finding and telling stories about too familiar with the circumstances. drugs and poverty, is an ominous place
Sheridan spoke to The Associated Press Sicario. In Wind River, he shifts to a
parts of the American frontier that Wyoming Native American reservation and where American flags wave upside down.
Hollywood doesnt dare touch. The Texas about the film, which is out in limited Its there that Corey Lambert (Jeremy
release on Friday, and how Wind River behind the camera, but the atmosphere is
native brought audiences to the U. S. - Renner) discovers a freshly frozen body
continues his exploration of prescient still rich and familiar: big open spaces with
Mexico border in Sicario and to shattered five miles into the mountains. He is a Fish
themes through a thrilling genre lens. misery all around.
West Texas in Hell or High Water through & Wildlife agent who spends most of his
his visceral screenplays. Now in Wind Remarks have been edited for clarity and Whereas the Oscar-nominated Hell or
time defending livestock by shooting pred-
River, Sheridan explores cruelty at the brevity. High Water had a bright, comic punch,
ators with a rifle. Mountain lions nabbing
Wind River Indian Reservation in AP: Yo u v e re f e rre d t o Wi n d Wind River is more in the heavily somber cattle is what brought him, by snow
Wyoming. register of Sicario. When one father who mobile, to the remote crime site. The body,
The murder of a young girl sets the story has lost a daughter consoles another, he
See WIND, Page 22 advises him to confront the heartache head- See RIVER, Page 22
20 Friday Aug. 4, 2017 WEEKEND JOURNAL THE DAILY JOURNAL

Shrimp pastis: French-flavored version of peel n eat shrimp


By Elizabeth Karmel 2 teaspoons whole green peppercorns
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1/4 cup chopped fresh tarragon, plus
more for serving
This is my French-flavored version of 24-26jumbo shrimp or tiger shrimp in
peel n eat shrimp. The sauce is delicious the shells (the bigger, the better, about 1.5
and warrants a whole baguette just for sop- pounds)
ping up! 2 teaspoons coarse sea salt
Its one of those summer dishes that I Crusty baguette
make frequently for friends and family. If you prefer to cook this indoors, preheat
The dish pays homage to one of my your oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.
favorite places on earth, the South of Whisk together the oil, pastis, garlic,
France, where pastis was born. fennel, peppercorns and tarragon. Toss the
The flavors of pastis the anise-fla- cleaned and dry shrimp in a bowl with a lit-
vored aperitif from the south of France tle oil and the salt. Lay the shrimp in one
and big, fat jumbo shrimp in the shell layer in a shallow gratin dish or casserole (a
complement each other. Pyrex is fine). Pour the pastis mixture even-
Ricard is the pastis brand most com- ly over the shrimp.
monly available in the states, but if you Place the gratin dish in the center of the
cant find it, you can use its cooking cooking grate (or in your oven) and cook
cousin, Pernod. Pernod is a useful kitchen about 15-20 minutes, turning the shrimp
staple, and is great paired with shellfish, over once halfway through the cooking
chicken, mushrooms and spinach any- time.
thing that is good seasoned with tarragon. Take the dish out of the grill or oven as
I leave the shrimp in the shell to protect soon as the shrimp are done. You know they
it from the heat, and because much of the are done when they are pink, their tails are
flavor is in the shell. The shrimp can cook Ricard is the pastis brand most commonly available in the states, but if you cant find it, you curled and they are just cooked through. Do
longer if left in the shell, absorbing more can use its cooking cousin, Pernod. not overcook them.
of the flavors of the fragrant sauce plus, cook for 15-20 minutes, depending on Serve the dish family style on a table
it is fun to peel and eat the shrimp once their size. Youll know when the shrimp
PASTIS SHRIMP spread with newspapers or something that
they are cooked. are done when they are curled up and pink. Grilling Method: indirect-medium high washes easily this dish can get messy!
I place the shrimp in the bottom of a It is better to take them out a little under- Serves 6 And dont forget to sop up the sauce with
gratin dish and pour a full-flavored potion done than over-done. The smell is intoxi- Start to finish: 40 minutes a crusty baguette.
of pastis, olive oil, garlic, fennel seed, cating! 2/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil, plus extra Nutritional information: 225 calories;
green peppercorns, tarragon and coarse Serve the shrimp hot-off-the-grill in the for shrimp 172 calories from fat; 19 g fat (3 g saturat-
sea salt over it. Once the shrimp are gratin dish, and soak up the sauce with a 1/4 cup pastis (either Ricard or Pernod) ed; 0 g trans fats); 35 mg cholesterol; 495
soaked in the sauce, I place the gratin dish loaf of crusty French bread. 8 cloves of fresh garlic, grated mg sodium; 5 g carbohydrate; 0 g fiber; 3 g
in a pre-heated grill or oven, and let them 2 teaspoons fennel or anise seeds sugar; 4 g protein.

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Food briefs
Canada OKs Idaho companys
genetically engineered potatoes
BOISE, Idaho Three types of potatoes genetically
engineered by an Idaho company to resist the pathogen that
caused the Irish potato famine are safe for the environment
and safe to eat, Canadian officials said Thursday.
The approval by Health Canada and the Canadian Food
Inspection Agency means the J.R. Simplot Co. potatoes
can be imported, planted and sold in Canada.
The company said it received approval letters from Health
Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency in the
last several days. Health Canada spokeswoman Renelle
Briand confirmed the approvals to the Associated Press on
Thursday.
We have no objection to the sale of food derived from
J.R. Simplot Companys potatoes for human consump-
tion, Karen McIntyre, director general of Health Canada,
said in a letter sent on July 28 to the company.
Canadian officials in two other letters sent on Monday
approved the environmental release of planting the pota-
toes and using the potatoes for livestock feed. Misshapen
potatoes not considered top quality are used to feed live-
stock.
The three varieties of potato the Russet Burbank,
Ranger Russet and Atlantic were approved by U.S. regu-
Unsweetened applesauce adds tenderness without a ton of fat, while also adding a tiny bit of sweetness. Because most of latory agencies in February.
the sugar is on the outside of the bread, it tastes sweeter than the few tablespoons of brown sugar might suggest. The approval by Canada means the two nations can
import and export with each other the potatoes that contain

Apple upside-down cornbread


By Melissa dArabian a cake than a cornbread, which ended Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
a gene resistant to late blight that led to the Irish potato
famine.
The company said the potatoes contain only potato
genes and that the resistance to late blight comes from an
Argentine variety of potato that naturally produced a
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS up being a huge plus with everyone in Melt the butter with the ginger in a defense.
our family. medium saute pan. Cook the apple J.R. Simplot spokesman Doug Cole said the company
The buttery apple layer was thin, but slices in the pan, until crisp-tender, has been doing experimental field trials in three Canadian
Cornbread has always had a bit of an
kept the cornbread moist with its about five minutes, stirring often. Add provinces: Manitoba, Ontario and Prince Edward Island.
identity crisis in our house: Is it
syrupy edge. Unsweetened applesauce the sugar, cinnamon (if using) and salt. Farmers on Prince Edward Island successfully grow Russet
savory or is it sweet? Does it replace
adds tenderness without a ton of fat, Cook and stir another minute, and then Burbank potatoes, Cole said, but the wet climate makes late
dinner rolls or dessert?
while also adding a tiny bit of sweet- remove from heat. blight a problem. A potato with resistance to late blight
This very dilemma may be what I ness. Because most of the sugar is on
love most about cornbread: It can go Make a pan liner out of parchment: could help.
the outside of the bread, it tastes sweet- Trace the bottom of a 9-inch cake pan
either way.
Usually, we veer more sweet than
er than the few tablespoons of brown on parchment paper. Cut out the circle, Bizarre Foods host
sugar might suggest. Which means I and use it to line the inside bottom of
savory, topping corn bread and really could serve this cornbread for the pan. Spray the whole inside of the
on new show, travel tips
muffins with a quick homemade maple dessert. NEW YORK The host of Travel Channels Bizarre
pan with cooking spray.
or honey butter, a welcome break from Foods says his image is the fat guy who runs around the
Scrape the apple mixture, including
the pot of chili I often serve at the APPLE UPSIDE the syrupy sauce, into the prepared world eating bugs. But Andrew Zimmern says its been
cornbreads side. Sometimes, though,
Ill dabble in savory territory, adding DOWN CORNBREAD baking pan, spreading the slices out awhile since hes eaten a bug or an organ on Bizarre
actual corn kernels or smoky chipotle Start to Finish: 40 minutes, plus along the bottom of the pan and set Foods.
powder or chopped roasted poblano cooling time aside. His goal is to make the show entertaining, but he also
peppers into the batter. Either way, Yield: 12 slices Make the cornbread: In a medium tries to educate viewers about history and culture.
leftovers make their way onto the APPLE MIXTURE: bowl, whisk together the cornmeal, His new show, The Zimmern List, debuts in early 2018,
breakfast table the next morning, 2 tablespoons unsalted butter flour, baking powder and salt. In a showcasing his personal favorite places to eat when the
either spread with a bit of coconut oil 1 tablespoon freshly grated ginger small bowl, whisk together the eggs, cameras arent rolling.
and marmalade (sweet) or topped with a 1 large or 2 small granny smith applesauce, brown sugar, milk and Zimmern recently visited Queens, New York, offering a
poached egg, black beans and salsa apples, peeled, cored, and thinly sliced melted butter. Pour the wet ingredients glimpse of what the new show will look like. He stopped in
(savory). Cornbread, fast and easy to 2 tablespoons brown sugar into the dry ingredients, and stir just Astoria at Muncan Food Corp., founded by an immigrant
make, is a versatile bread to put in the 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon (optional) until combined. Pour the batter into from the former Yugoslavia; then Kababish, a South Asian
dinner basket. 1/4 teaspoon salt the baking pan, on top of the apples. takeout place in Jackson Heights; and Happy Stony
Inspired by the gorgeous tarte tatins CORN BREAD: Bake until the corn bread springs back Noodle, a Taiwanese restaurant in Elmhurst.
of France, lately Ive been sauteeing 1 cup cornmeal (fine or medium) when light pressure is applied with the
up tart granny smith apple slices in a 3/4 cup all-purpose flour fingertips, about 30 minutes. Let the
little butter and then covering them 2 teaspoons baking powder cornbread cool for at least 30 minutes
with everything from oven-puffed pan- 1/4 teaspoon salt before inverting, removing parchment
cake batter to oatmeal-bar dough. 2 eggs and serving, apple-side up.
When I decided to make my quick week- 1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce Nutritional information: 129 calo-
night cornbread one evening, I had a 1 tablespoon brown sugar ries; 38 calories from fat; 4 g fat (2 g
few extra minutes to spare, so I sliced 3/4 cup unsweetened vanilla almond saturated; 0 g trans fats); 43 mg cho-
up the last couple of apples in the fruit milk, or low-fat dairy milk lesterol; 205 mg sodium; 20 g carbo-
basket and sauteed them to bake under 1 tablespoon melted butter (or olive hydrate; 2 g fiber; 5 g sugar; 3 g pro-
the batter. The result looked more like oil) tein.
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are people in Los Angeles who have never Pl an n ed Paren t h o o d o r n o t Pl an n ed between the sides, when the opposite is

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Continued from page 19
been to the West. Same with New York.
And most people havent been to Los
Angeles and New York. And we watch the
Parenthood but it doesnt really matter
because it doesnt exist in my county. You
get out to rural America and thats where
true at the end of the day. People are gener-
ally compassionate and generally empa-
thetic and there is always room for com-
news and each of these regions is present- the last road is fixed. The last drip of promise, its just not politically advanta-
ed in one way and that way is terrifying to money gets there last, it comes here first. geous to the people in office.
Ri v er as a part o f a tri l o g y wi th the people who are from the other regions. Thats one of the reasons people dont AP: Are y o u o utwardl y po l i ti cal ?
Si cari o and Hel l o r Hi g h Water. I think that understanding our country ever talk about why the mistrust of gov-
Can y o u el abo rate? SHERIDAN: No. There are things on
fully means understanding all the people ernment exists in rural America. Their
S HERIDAN: The macro is it is an both sides of the aisle that Im a strong
in it and realizing were just not that dif- idea of government is a bill from the tax
exploration of the modern American fron- supporter of, you know what I mean? I
ferent. assessor, or being told why there is a
tier and how much has changed and how want as little government in my life as
fracking well next door. One of the great
much hasnt changed and the consequences AP: But there are al s o s tark di ffer- gifts of cinema is you can show a world possible and yet everyone should be free
of assimilation that still reverberate ences i n the way peo pl e l i v e. people dont know about and learn about to express themselves in whatever way
today. it and not judge it. they choose. I dont believe there is actu-
S HERIDAN: There needs to be a sense ally a political party in America that
AP: Why di d y o u want to di rect of community and real respect for others AP: Hel l o r Hi g h Water came at
thi s o ne? an i nteres ti ng ti me aro und the el ec- exists that accurately represents the way
in a city. There needs to be that anywhere, most Americans feel. I think we have two
SHERIDAN: It was the only way I could but in a city where everyone is right on ti o n. Why do y o u thi nk i t res o nated
guarantee that the story was told the way I at that mo ment? antiquated parties.
top of each other there are rules that dont
wanted it told. I didnt trust that another apply and wont work in rural American. SHERIDAN: I made a story about peo- AP: Fi nal l y, i s there any thi ng y o u
filmmaker would come in and see this Here if you get in trouble you call the ple who no one makes movies about. And can s ay abo ut the Si cari o s equel ,
world the way I saw it, or I didnt know police and theyre there in 90 seconds. its a group of individuals who are strug- So l dado ?
one. Yo u cal l t h e p o l i ce wh ere I l i v e i n gling just like everyone else and became a SHERIDAN: This one will feel oddly
AP: Why i s i t i mpo rtant to y o u to Wyoming, which Ive had to do, theyre very convenient political bullseye. I prophetic. People are going to think Im
ex pl o re thes e l o s t fro nti ers ? like, Can you hang on? The closest guy think that the great duping of the really smart. Im not, I just imagined
S HERIDAN: As Americans, we are is 22 minutes away. The hospital is 40 American public that were all so different something insane and then a year later the
wildly ignorant of our own nation. There minutes away. People can complain about in our ideology actually forces the gulf insane happened.

wallowing a little too enthusiastically in a up. And, as in Sicario, women characters

RIVER
the land of backup, shes told. This is
the land of youre on your own. sea of grief) begins to set in. He keeps like Banner are welcomed into Sheridans
The dead girl is revealed to be the daugh- opening doors and closing them too film, but are steadily edged out.
ter of a close friend of Lamberts (Gil abruptly. The detective work continues, at Still, no one will confuse Wind River
Continued from page 19 first angling toward nearby drug-dealing
Birmingham). Birmingham, whose too- for anything slipshod. Its densely colorful
brief performance is one of noble weari- tribesmen. But Lamberts past (he is the dialogue and powerful sense of place make
an 18-year-old Native American girl named ness, is one of many Native Americans father, now divorced, who also lost a teen Sheridan a singular talent, with, hopeful-
Natalie (Kelsey Asbille) is barefoot, who populate the cast and lend Wind daughter) is where the film gradually cen- ly, more directing in front him. Those are
despite the snow and the cold, and shes River both excellent acting and ethnic ters its emotions, and Renner, up for the qualities to which the late Sam Shepard
been raped. Her lungs, Lambert guesses, authenticity even if its leads, and thus challenge, gives one of his finer perform- a less artfully composed chronicler of men
eventually froze and burst as she fled from the storys point-of-view, are white. When ances. in shadows of western myths may well
miles away. the police visit the familys home, they have tipped his hat. He certainly would
The investigation, though, is for the But instead of plumbing deeper into the
find a broken household. An opened door lives of those on the reservation, the grip- have been a welcome presence in Sheridan
FBI. The agency is so thin in rural reveals the guilt-ridden mother bloodily country.
Wyoming that it dispatches an agent from ping, solidly built Wind River begins to
slashing at her wrists. The door, bizarrely, go wayward in its tracks. The over-the-top Wind River, a Weinstein Co. release,
Las Vegas: Jane Banner (Elizabeth Olsen) is simply closed.
who lacks even a good enough winter coat. showdown finale comes largely out of the is rated R by the Motion Picture
But Banner quickly shows her strengths Though Sheridans control of the tale is, blue after clues lead Banner to a nearby oil Association of America for strong vio-
and intelligently conscripts Lambert, an up until now, fairly total particularly digging crew. Wind River turns into a lence, a rape, disturbing images and lanu-
experienced tracker, to aid her. This isnt for an inexperienced filmmaker the revenge tale where we only meet those age. Running time: 111 minutes. Two and
sense that he is overplaying his hand (and worthy of vengeance just as their time is a half stars out of four.

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the larger region, he said.
Calendar Converting a lane in each direction
by 2025 could cost $849 million with
another $20 million in operating
FRIDAY, AUG. 4 Library, 1 Library Ave., Millbrae. Joyce Continued from page 1
Resource Fair. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. 2645 Hsu will discuss being a playwright costs. Further enhancing Dumbarton
Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. and producer in Mandarin Chinese. Express bus service into 2030 could
Discover what community benefits For more information call 697-7607. this, said SamTrans Board Member carry a $82 million price tag. By mak-
are available for you. For more infor- Charles Stone, also the mayor of
mation call 349-2200. The Hunchback of Notre Dame. 2 ing it more difficult for drivers to com-
p.m. Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale Belmont, according to a live video of mute, the thought is it would increase
Hillsdale Mall Senior Walkers. 9:30 Blvd. Admission is $35 to $50. For the meeting.
a.m. 60 E. 31st Ave., San Mateo. more information visit hillbarnthe- transbay transit ridership to 21,300
Walking with the group is free. For atre.org/77th-season-become-sub- The study covered Highway 84, the daily passengers, a 147 percent
more information call 703-4678. scriber. Caltrans-owned six-lane car bridge con- increase, according to SamTrans.
Free First Fridays at the San Mateo Author Talk with Laura Ackley. 2 necting Newark to East Palo Alto; the For those biking or walking between
County History Museum. 10 a.m. to p.m. South San Francisco Library, 840 SamTrans-owned rail bridge immediate-
4 p.m. 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. W. Orange Ave., South San Francisco. Redwood City and East Palo Alto, $60
For more information contact histo- ly to the south that has sat unused for million in overpasses have been pro-
rysmc.org or call 229-0104. Peopleologie: Dyeing. 2 p.m. Grand years and is in need of major repairs; posed at Willow and Marsh roads as
Avenue Branch Library, 306 Walnut
Tai Chi. 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. San Ave., South San Francisco. Supplies and improvements for pedestrians and well as University Avenue.
Carlos Library, 610 Elm St., San Carlos. will be provided. For more informa- bicyclists. mass transit. Representatives with environmental
Every Friday and Saturday we offer Tai tion call 877-8530.
One recommendation is to restrict the groups urged the SamTrans board to fur-
Chi for adults. Free and open to the
public. For more information call 591- Regional Premiere of New rail across the Bay number of general purpose lanes on the ther connect bike paths to other trails
0341. Airswimming. 8 p.m. 2120 six-lane highway bridge. One option is
Broadway, Redwood City. Doors open By 2025, the study recommends a and open space areas.
Jungle Book Kids Performance. 30 minutes before the show. Run $975 million project to establish a to convert a lane in each direction to an
Noon to 1 p.m. Mustang Hall at
Central Middle School, 828 Chestnut
time of approximately 95 minutes
and will be performed without an shorter spanning rail shuttle service express lane, meaning drivers must pay Big costs for big changes
St., San Carlos. San Carlos Childrens intermission. $35 general admission, between Redwood City and Newark. to use it. Another is to construct a new
Theater is hosting a free performance $27 for student and senior tickets. To contraflow lane down the center, the But a major sticking point for any
of the Disney mini-musical. Everyone purchase tickets go to dragonpro- With another $295 million, by 2030 kind of improvement will be how to
is welcome. For more information ductions.net. For more information theyd like to extend it to Union City. direction of which would be switched
contact eve@sancarloschildrensthe- call 493-2006. based on commute patterns, according finance these costly transportation
ater.com.
Offering this new transit service could projects as currently, no funding has
The Hunchback of Notre Dame. 8 attract 15,600 daily riders. In a nod to to SamTrans.
p.m. Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale That option touches on an analysis been allocated. The proposed new coun-
Craft of Summer Love: Tie-Dye how rare it is to create new connections
Socks. 2 p.m. South San Francisco Blvd. Admission is $35 to $50. For that 79 percent of traffic is directional tywide half-cent sales tax officials are
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South more information visit hillbarnthe- across the San Francisco Bay, debating is also not believed to provide
San Francisco. atre.org/77th-season-become-sub- SamTrans noted it would also be the with East Bay commuters heading west
scriber. to the jobs-rich Peninsula in the morn- direct support, according to SamTrans
Vintage Game Night. 5 p.m. to 9 first transbay rail since Bay Area Rapid officials.
p.m. Computer History Museum, SUNDAY, AUG. 6 Transit started running its tunnel to the ing, then heading back home in the
1401 N. Shoreline Blvd., Mountain Master Gardener Plant Clinic. 11:30 evening. Some are hopeful there could be funds
View. For more information call 810- a.m. to 1 p.m. San Mateo Central Park, north in 1974. through the Metropolitan
1010. 101 ninth Ave., San Mateo. Free. In the longer term, by 2035, the goal Employers have a vested interest in
Master Gardeners are available to transit improvements, including Menlo Transportation Commissions
Music on the Square. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. answer your plant and gardening would be to interlace Dumbarton rail Regional Measure 3. MTC will ask Bay
2200 Broadway, Redwood City. questions, ranging from general with Caltrain to the west, and Altamont Park-headquartered Facebook, which
information to advice about specific donated the funds to conduct the Area voters to support hiking bridge
Mustache Harbor performs. For more Corridor Express and Capital Corridor
information call 780-7311. problems. For more information call Dumbarton study. tolls up to $3, the funds of which are
276-7403. to the east a $327 million project. expected to be in high demand.
Regional Premiere of The report offers a variety of sugges- As an employer on the corridor,
Airswimming. 8 p.m. 2120 Broadway, Burlingame Historic Tour. 1 p.m. 290 mobility is increasingly one of the A $130 million line item was recent-
Redwood City. Playing Thursdays California Drive, Burlingame. Come to tions, many not even within SamTrans ly included in a rough expenditure plan,
through Saturdays at 8 p.m. Doors visit and learn about historic loca- direct jurisdiction. Touted as wide important issues we have to address as a
open 30 minutes before the show. tions in Burlingame. For more infor- company in terms of our success in the but that would be split between
Run time of approximately 95 min- mation call 299-0104. overview of potential improvements, Dumbarton rail, ACE and BART.
utes and will be performed without the study touches on pedestrians, bicy- region, said Facebook Public Policy
Taking Cuttings For Propagation. 1 Manager Juan Salazar. Some have remained skeptical, con-
an intermission. $35 general admis- clists, drivers, bus passengers and
sion, $27 for student and senior tick- p.m. to 2:30 p.m. San Mateo
Menlo Park Mayor Kirsten Keith sidering the toll hike was supposed to
ets.To purchase tickets go to drag- Arboretum Society, 101 Ninth Ave., potential train riders. allocate $135 million toward
onproductions.net. For more infor- San Mateo. Free. Virginia Martin will I love the multi-modal nature of it, spoke during the public comment sec-
mation call 493-2006. teach basic, simplified techniques for
tion and noted the difficulties residents Dumbarton, but most of the funds ended
taking cuttings and propagation for said SamTrans Board Member Zoe up being diverted to other projects like
The Hunchback of Notre Dame. 8 both beginners and more advance Kersteen-Tucker. are facing with nearly 76,000 daily
p.m. Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale gardeners. For more information call commuters traversing the corridor to BART.
Blvd. Admission is $35 to $50. For 579-0536. But with traffic congestion pinching During Wednesdays discussion, offi-
more information visit hillbarnthe- peoples time and improvements not employment centers on the Peninsula.
atre.org/77th-season-become-sub- Regional Premiere of We have many many jobs on our side cials noted the recommendations in the
scriber. Airswimming. 2 p.m. 2120 Broadway, expected for years, SamTrans Board Dumbarton Corridor Study will require
Redwood City. Doors open 30 min- Member Carole Groom, also a San of the Bay and less housing. And this is
utes before the show. Run time of really the commute were seeing and our collaboration between numerous juris-
Movie night in Central Park. 8:30 Mateo County supervisor, asked staff
p.m. 50 E. Fifth Ave., San Mateo. approximately 95 minutes and will be
neighbors in Belle Haven are really dictions and entities. Alameda, San
Shwoing The BFG. For more informa- performed without an intermission. can we go faster? Mateo and Santa Clara counties, as well
tion call 259-2300. $35 general admission, $27 for stu- really struggling with this, Keith said,
dent and senior tickets. To purchase as their various transit agencies, will
SATURDAY, AUG. 5 tickets go to dragonproductions.net. Bus service and toll lanes adding officials will need to advocate
likely be involved. Caltrans, which
Affordable Health Screenings. 9 For more information call 493-2006. for funding.
a.m. to 12 p.m. New Leaf Community In the near term, by 2020, enhance- Warren Slocum, who represents owns the car bridge where SamTrans has
Market Community Classroom, 150 The Hunchback of Notre Dame. 2 ments to the car bridge have been pro- proposed improvements, would also be
San Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. West p.m. Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale District 4 on the San Mateo County
Coast Heath Screening Services Heart Blvd. Admission is $35 to $50. For posed. They include increasing the fre- Board of Supervisors, said in an email included.
Watch is a mobile certified laboratory more information visit hillbarnthe- quency of Dumbarton Express bus serv- after the meeting that addressing the SamTrans, which in some ways is try-
offering low cost health screenings. atre.org/77th-season-become-sub-
scriber. ice while adding two new routes, and access issues and congestion on both ing to distinguish itself as more than a
For more information contact
patti@bondmarcom.com. making alterations to the bridges sides of the bridge has the potential to bus company and rebrand as mobility
Burlingame Historic Tour. 3 p.m. approaches such as traffic signals prior- agency, will seek public input before
Second Annual World Dog Surfing 1800 Easton Drive, Burlingame. Come be the missing link in connecting resi-
Championships. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. to visit and learn about historic loca- itizing buses. The enhancements could dents in the East Bay, Sacramento and returning to the board for approval.
Linda Mar Beach, 5000 Pacific Coast tions in Burlingame. For more infor- cost $51 million to jump-start with $12 While there is still more work to be
Highway, Pacifica. There will also be mation call 299-0104. the San Joaquin Valley to jobs here in
dog adoptions, a dog fashion contest, million in operational and maintenance the heart of Silicon Valley. done, officials this week were excited to
chances to raise funds for dog chari- MONDAY, AUG. 7 costs, according to SamTrans. see a major step in a years-long effort to
ties and pre-event dog surfing les- Hillsdale Mall Senior Walkers. 9:30 I also want to make it clear to the
sons. For more information contact a.m. 60 E. 31st Ave., San Mateo. Making bus service faster and more residents of the 4th District, many of improve transit options along the cor-
contact25@surfdogchampionships.c Walking with the group is free. For desirable could increase ridership by 34 whom will be the most impacted by this ridor.
om. more information call 703-4678.
percent with 13,700 daily passengers, project ... [that] I will listen to your This is a once in a generational
Ornamental and Edible Container Daytime Book Club. 10 a.m. San according to SamTrans. concerns and work to make this a win- opportunity, said Dave Pine, a
Gardening. 10 a.m. to noon. Carlos Library, 610 Elm St., San Carlos.
We meet the first Monday of the Controversial toll lanes have also win for my constituents and people in SamTrans board member and county
Redwood City Veterans Memorial
Senior Center, 1455 Madison Ave., month. Discussion of American been proposed to steer drivers toward supervisor. Very exciting.
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BuSInESS FOR SAlE STATEMEnT #274223
The following person is doing business
Ice Cream and Yogurt Store as: Paint with Rae Hair Studio, 4060 S El
in San Mateo. Camino Real #100, SAN MATEO, CA
94403. Registered Owner: Rachael Mu-
Call to leave contact Info toko Hara, 1566 Grove St. #2, San Fran-
and Set Your AppointmenT cisco, CA 94117. The business is con-
ducted by an Individual. The registrants
(650)571-6311 commenced to transact business under
the FBN on July 18, 2017.
/s/Rachael M. Hara/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 7/5/2017. (Publish-
203 Public notices ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
7/21/17, 7/28/17, 8/4/17, 8/11/17).
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STATEMEnT #274257 FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME
The following person is doing business STATEMEnT #274052
as: Hank Motors, 2985 Fair Oaks Ave, The following person is doing business
REDWOOD CITY, CA 94062. Regis- as: Merrill Properties Inc., 150 Olive Hill
tered Owner: RWC Fair Oaks, LLC, CA. Lane, WOODSIDE, CA 94062. Regis-
The business is conducted by a Limited tered Owner: Merrill Properties Incorpo-
Liability Company. The registrants com- rated, CA. The business is conducted by
menced to transact business under the a Corporation. The registrants com-
FBN on N/A. menced to transact business under the
FBN on1979.
/s/David Holland/ /s/Linda J. Bibbler/
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 7/7/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 6/23/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
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t'ooEPreparFST Johnstons Saltbox The following person is doing business
as: Mama Maria, 428 Quartz St., RED-
as: Mid-Peninsula DBT, 617 Veterans
Blvd., Suite 212, REDWOOD CITY, CA
t$PPL requires an WOOD CITY, CA 94062. Registered 94063. Registered Owners: 1)Helen
Selenati, 106 Mendocino Way, Redwood
Owner: Maria Louise Mortby Cornell,
AM PREP COOK same address. The business is conduct-
ed by an Individual. The registrants
City, CA 94065 2)Tamela Schmalz, 703
Tamarack Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070
3)Arlene Bagain, 461 Florence Street,
Contact Chef or Sean commenced to transact business under Daly City, CA 94014 5)Mary Reed, 40
the FBN on 6/1/17. Woodhue Court, Redwood City, CA
Tues - Sunday /s/Maria Louise Mortby Cornell/
t4hifUProEVcUJPOMBOBHFS Chef 1 541 848 0038 This statement was filed with the Asses-
94062. The business is conducted by an
Unincorporated Association other than a
t4PVT$IFG Sean 1 650 592 7258 sor-County Clerk on 7/12/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Partnership. The registrants com-
menced to transact business under the
1696 laurel Street,
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7/14/17, 7/21/17, 7/28/17, 8/4/17). FBN on November 1, 2016.
/s/Helen Selenati/
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FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME sor-County Clerk on 7/19/2017. (Publish-
STATEMEnT #274010 ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
7/21/17, 7/28/17, 8/4/17, 8/11/17).
The following person is doing business
nEWSPAPER InTERnS as: Kamakshis Kitchen, 724 S. Amphlett
JOuRnAlISM Blvd., SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Regis- FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME
tered Owner: Sandilya Holdings, LLC, STATEMEnT #274325
The Daily Journal is looking for in- CA. The business is conducted by a
terns to do entry level reporting, re- The following person is doing business
search, updates of our ongoing fea- Limited Liability Company. The regis- as: 1)The Gilded Roo 2)Motonosh, 1265
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- trants commenced to transact business El Camino Real, #2, BURLINGAME, CA
so welcome. under the FBN on Nov. 2009. 94010. Registered Owners: 1)Jesse
/s/Narayanan Kallingal/ Papocchia 2)Jennifer L. Silva, same ad-
This statement was filed with the Asses- dress. The business is conducted by a
We expect a commitment of four to Married Couple. The registrants com-
eight hours a week for at least four sor-County Clerk on 6/20/2017. (Publish-
menced to transact business under the
months. The internship is unpaid, but ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, FBN on N/A.
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- 7/14/17, 7/21/17, 7/28/17, 8/4/17). /s/Jennifer L. Silva/
terns have progressed in time into This statement was filed with the Asses-
paid correspondents and full-time re- sor-County Clerk on 7/13/2017. (Publish-
porters. FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
STATEMEnT #274299 7/21/17, 7/28/17, 8/4/17, 8/11/17).
College students or recent graduates The following person is doing business
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper as: Clay Pot Company, 299 Franklin St
Unit 537, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME
experience is preferred but not neces- STATEMEnT #274038
sarily required. Registered Owner: Clay Aaron Hopes, The following person is doing business
same address. The business is conduct- as: StableSpot, 50 Woodside Plaza, Ste.
Please send a cover letter describing ed by an Individual. The registrants 220, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061.
your interest in newspapers, a resume commenced to transact business under Registered Owners: John Whitfield and
and three recent clips. Before you ap- the FBN on 1 July 2017. Margaret Whitfield, 673 Upton Street,
ply, you should familiarize yourself /s/Clay Aaron Hopes/ Redwood City, CA 94061. The business
with our publication. Our Web site: This statement was filed with the Asses- is conducted by a Married Couple. The

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is actually right here in the present, as it has been for centuries The local community as: yogarok, 789 Santa Cruz Ave, MEN- FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME
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as: Los Prados House Cleaning, 3265 as: New Wing Fat Chinese Restaurant, Case Number: 17PRO00779 ROuTER TABlE, Used Bosh $45,
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CA 94403. Registered Owners: Nelson 94401. Registered Owner: Wing Fat, tingent creditors, and persons who may 297 Bicycles 48wide 22 deep. W/ mirror 34x42
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Clemente Juarez, same address. The a Limited Liability Company. The regis- tate, or both, of Donald Leroy Olson aka ADulT BIKES 1 regular and 2 with bal- 16" $45 (650) 367 8146
business is conducted by a Married Cou- trants commenced to transact business Donald L. Olson. A Petition for Probate loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 DRESSER-ART DECO. Heavy Glass.
ple. The registrants commenced to under the FBN on N/A. has been filed by Deborah Garcia in the Top 51 tall 36 deep 14 wide $150. SHOPSMITH MARK V 50th Anniversary
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/s/Nelson Lopez/ sor-County Clerk on 7/27/2017. (Publish- quests that Deborah Garcia be appointed EnTERTAInMEnT CEnTER for $50.
This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, as personal representative to administer nEW 12" girls bike w/ training wheels Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. SKIl SAW 7 1/4" circular saw, 2 1/3 HP,
sor-County Clerk on 6/21/2017. (Publish- 8/4/17, 8/11/17, 8/18/17, 8/25/17). the estate of the decedent. $75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave Model # 5150. Hardly used. $30
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ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, The petition requests the decedents will mes
7/21/17, 7/28/17, 8/4/17, 8/11/17). and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro-
FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME bate. The will and any codicils are avail-
298 Collectibles FuRnITuRE SAlES vInTAGE CRAFTSMAn Jig Saw. Circa
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STATEMEnT #274265 as: Good Things Lash Lounge, 751 The petition requests authority to admin- BIllY DEE Williams autographed Star Interior Design vInTAGE SHOPSMITH and BAnD
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WOOD CITY, CA 94063. Registered Piccadilly Place Apt. F., San Bruno, CA
Owner: Manubhai B. Tandel, same ad- 94066. The business is conducted by an tive to take many actions without obtain-
dress. The business is conducted by an Individual. The registrants commenced ing court approval. Before taking certain FRAMED lEBROn James painting, FREE staging services
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SofaOutlet.Com 650-400-7751 309 Office Equipment
to transact business under the FBN on N/A.
N/A. /s/Tamara C. Jansen/ give notice to interested persons unless lAPTOP CASE or bag. Black. Like new.
/s/Manubhai Tandel/ This statement was filed with the Asses- they have waived notice or consented to GlIDER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564.
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 7/31/2017. (Publish- the proposed action.) The independent lEnnOX RED Rose, Unused, hand lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644.
sor-County Clerk on 7/10/2017. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, administration authority will be granted painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, nEAT RECEIPTS Mobile Scanner new
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/4/17, 8/11/17, 8/18/17, 8/25/17). unless an interested person files an ob- $12.00. (650) 578 9208. IKEA DRESSER, black, 3 shelf. 23" x in box $79, call (650)324-8416
7/28/17, 8/4/17, 8/11/17, 8/18/17). jection to the petition and shows good 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
cause why the court should not grant au- MIllER lITE Neon sign , work good
FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME thority. $59 call (650)218-6528 IKEA TABlE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. 310 Misc. For Sale
FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME STATEMEnT #274253 A hearing on the petition will be held in $ 30. (650)598-9804.
STATEMEnT #274323 The following person is doing business this court as follows: SEP 1, 2017 at 299 Computers 500-600 BIG Band-era 78's--most mint,
The following person is doing business as: DPM Premier Trans, 1799 Bayshore 9:00 a.m., Superior Court of California, lEATHER SOFA, black, excellent condi- no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
as: PATHWAYS, 1051 Beach Park Blvd Hwy #128C, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. County of San Mateo, 400 County Cen- tion. $100 obo. (650)878-5533
RECORDABlE CD-R 74, Sealed, Unop- ATTn: DEAlERS
Apt 110, FOSTER CITY, CA 94404. Registered Owner: Curo Services, CA. ter, Redwood City, CA 94063. ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12x,
Registered Owner: Srilekha Baliarsingh, If you object to the granting of the peti- lIvInG ROOM table 36"x19" exc condi- & STOREOWnERS
The business is conducted by a Corpora- (650) 578 9208 tion $30.(415) 231-4825.
same address. The business is conduct- tion. The registrants commenced to tion, you should appear at the hearing Wholesale Stock of Performance
ed by an Individual. The registrants transact business under the FBN on N/A. and state your objections or file written T-shirts,Backpacks,
commenced to transact business under /s/Chek Wu/ objections with the court before the hear- 300 Toys lOvE SEAT, Upholstered pale yellow
floral $99. (650)574-4021
Freeline Skateboard Wheels
the FBN on 7/14/2017. This statement was filed with the Asses- ing. Your appearance may be in person and Freeline Skate Edge Guards.
/s/Srilekha Baliarsingh/ sor-County Clerk on 7/7/2017. (Publish- or by your attorney. AllOYED lInOTYPE (BNH ~18) for nEW DEluXE Twin Folding Bed, Lin- Priced to sell.
This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- casting miniature/board-game figurines. Details at 650-996-1566.
10#, $5 (650) 591-4553
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
sor-County Clerk on 7/14/2017. (Publish- 8/4/17, 8/11/17, 8/18/17, 8/25/17). itor of the decedent, you must file your Sell! (650) 875-8159.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, claim with the court and mail a copy to
7/28/17, 8/4/17, 8/11/17, 8/18/17). the personal representative appointed by DOll HOuSE w/ furniture $50.00 new BOBBY Hull Hockey Game Great
the court within the later of either (1) four nEW lAWn chairs, 2, $14.50 ea, 650-
FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME joe 650 573 5269 595-3933 Cont. ,1960s $50 (415)269-4784
STATEMEnT #274453 months from the date of first issuance of
FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME The following person is doing business letters to a general personal representa- lARGE STuFFED ANIMALS - $3 each CASH REGISTER Parts; Much Skin Not
STATEMEnT #274160 nEW TWIn Mattress set plus frame
as: Spine Health Functional Therapies, tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 $30.00 (650) 347-2356 Guts $500 (415)269-4784
The following person is doing business 633 Larchmont Dr., DALY CITY, CA California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
as: Pump Personal Fitness Studio, 204 94015. Registered Owner: Dr. Joe from the date of mailing or personal de- STAR WARS one 4 orange card ac- OAK ClAW foot coffee table, needs re- lIOnEl CHRISTMAS Boxcars 2005,
Myrtle Rd., BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Jayme, a Professional Chiropractic Cor- livery to you of a notice under sectioin tion figure, Momaw Nadon (Hammer- finishing free (650)646-8530 2006, 2007 New OB $90 lot (650)368-
Registered Owner: Nathan Flores, 805 poration, CA. The business is conducted 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- head). $8 Steve (650)518-6614 7537
Park Ave., Burlingame, CA 94010. The by an Corporation. The registrants com- er California statutes and legal authority OFFICE TABlE, 24"x48" HD. folding
business is conducted by an Individual. menced to transact business under the may affect your rights as a creditor. You STAR WARS one 4 orange card ac- legs each end. 500# capacity. Cost lIOnEl CHRISTMAS Holiday expan-
The registrants commenced to transact FBN on 7/25/17. may want to consult with an attorney tion figure, Momaw Nadon (Hammer- $130. Sell $60, (650)591-4141 sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
business under the FBN on 01.02.12. /s/Joseph Francis G. Jayme/ knowledgable in California law. head). $8 Steve (650)518-6614
/s/Nathan Flores/ You may examine the file kept by the lIOnEl WESTERn Union Pass car and
This statement was filed with the Asses- dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 6/29/2017. (Publish-
sor-County Clerk on 7/27/2017. (Publish- court. If you are a person interested in
the estate, you may file with the court a
302 Antiques OFFICE TYPE 34"x 60" heavy solid
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, wood with formica wood grain top $25 luGGAGE, RED, 21" NEW Samsonite
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/4/17, 8/11/17, 8/18/17, 8/25/17). Request for Special Notice (form DE- (650) 787-9753
7/28/17, 8/4/17, 8/11/17, 8/18/17). AnTIquE TEAK CHInA cabinet and Spinner,$50.00. (065)072-9300
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- matching table, with doors and legs.
praisal of estate assets or of any petition $500/obo. (650)952-5049. ORnATE MAHOGAnY headboard with
FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME or account as provided in Probate Code gold trim $60. (650)589-0764 PREMIuM MOvInG blankets good con-
FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME section 1250. A Request for Special No-
STATEMEnT #274417 STATEMEnT #274268 HEIRlOOM 1920 hand quilted bed- dition $10.00 each (650 ) 504 -6057
The following person is doing business tice form is available from the court clerk. SEWInG STORAGE cabinet, Custom
The following person is doing business Attorney for Petitioner: spread. 96" sq. Grandma's Garden pat- made wood perfect condition $75.
as: Classic Party Rentals, 145 Park as: Pasha Mediterranean, 837 Jefferson tern, 2 scalloped edges. $99. 650-556- SAMSOnITE 26" tan hard-sided suit
Ave, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Deborah L. Fox (650)483-1222 case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
Lane, BRISBANE, CA 94005. Regis- 155 Sansome Street Suite 500 9708
tered Owner: Bright Event Rentals, LLC., Registered Owner: Pasha Inc, CA. The $60. (650)328-6709
business is conducted by a Corporation. SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104 SHElF RuBBER maid new $20.00
CA. The business is conducted by a (415)433-4044 MAHOGAnY AnTIquE Secretary desk,
Limited Liability Company. The regis- The registrants commenced to transact 72 x 40 , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- contact joe (650)573-5269 SIlK SAREE 6 yards new nice color.for
business under the FBN on 7/10/17. FILED: 07/27/2017 $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
trants commenced to transact business (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- elled glass, $350. (650)766-3024 SOFA BED Recliner (double), beige, 76"
under the FBN on 7/11/17. /s/Serkan Bikim/ formation.
This statement was filed with the Asses- nal on 8/4/17, 8/11/17, 8/18/17 ) Good condition. $50 Call 650.952.3466
/s/Michael Bjornstad/
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 7/10/2017. (Publish- WE BuY Asian TAYlOR-TOT(1947) MY First Ride $20
SOFA BED Recliner (double), beige, 76"
sor-County Clerk on 7/24/2017. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Works of Art Good condition. $50 Call 650.952.3466
(415)269-4784
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 8/4/17, 8/11/17, 8/18/17, 8/25/17).
TEXACO lOGO Lube Gun - not in great
7/28/17, 8/4/17, 8/11/17, 8/18/17). SOlID WOOD Entertainment Center-
Paying Top Price TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
shape gd. for beginning collector $10.
ORDER TO SHOW CAuSE FOR (650)344-4756
CHAnGE OF nAME Call RB Gallery at Speakers, Sony 26 Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME (650)697-7966 x 25.5inch x28inch) $500 o.b.o
CASE# 17CIV03218 unIDEn HARlEY Davidson Gas Tank
STATEMEnT #274416
The following person is doing business SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, 210 lost & Found 550 Broadway,Millbrae,CA (925)482-5742 phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
as: Event Rentals 3, LLC, 145 Park COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, FOunD: KEYS at Westwood Park in TWIn BED, mattress, box spring, frame WATER STORAGE TAnK, brand new,
Lane, BRISBANE, CA 94005. Regis- Redwood City, off of Fernside. Call to $ 50. (650)598-9804. 275 gallons. 48" x 46" x 39" $250.
tered Owner: Bright Event Rentals, LLC., REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
PETITION OF claim (650)714-8893 (650)771-6324
CA. The business is conducted by a WAlnuT CHEST, small (4 drawer with
Limited Liability Company. The regis- Heeral Ajay Prakash 303 Electronics upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
trants commenced to transact business TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
Petitioner: Heeral Ajay Prakash filed a
lOST CAT. Black and White. Black
patch on right eye. REWARD.
311 Musical Instruments
under the FBN on 05/07/2013. AnTARES DOllARS Bill Changer ma- WOOD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
/s/Michael Bjornstad/ petition with this court for a decree Call (323) 439-7713. chines never used for small bus. $95 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 CHROMATIC HARMOnICA: Horner
This statement was filed with the Asses- changing names as follows: (650)992-4544.
Present names: 1)Heeral Ajay Prakash The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
sor-County Clerk on 7/24/2017. (Publish-
2)Sana Aheli Prakash
Books (650)278-5776.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Proposed Names: 1)Heeral Sheth Pra-
BlAuPunKT AM/FM/CD Radio and Re- 306 Housewares
7/28/17, 8/4/17, 8/11/17, 8/18/17). JAMES PATTERSOn hardback books. ceiver with Detachable Face asking
kash 2)Sana Sheth Prakash $100. (650)593-4490 CARPET 10 x 14 Area Rug peach (ny-
2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861
lon) good cond. $99 (415)990-6134 EXCEllEnT vIOlIn, previously owned,
FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME THE COURT ORDERS that all persons KInDlE FIRE 8 in. Case and Charger first violinist SF Symphony, Mellow
interested in this matter shall appear be- nICHOlAS SPARKS hardback books.
STATEMEnT #274432 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861 incl. 64 gig $75 Jeff 650-208-5758 COMPlETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor sound. Dated 1894. $5,500/best offer.
The following person is doing business fore this court at the hearing indicated
as: County Auto Service, 748 Old County below to show cause, if any, why the pe- MOTOROlA BRAvO MB 520 (android
Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, (415)751-2416
quAlITY BOOKS used and rare. World 20-pieces in original box, never used.
Road, BELMONT, CA 94002. Regis- tition for change of name should not be & US History and classic American nov- 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD $250 per box (3 boxes available).
tered Owner: Guadalupe Espino-Diaz, granted. Any person objecting to the els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 card Belmont (650)595-8855 FEnDER MuSTAnG I guitar amplifier
(650)342-5630 70 watts 8-guitar settings.with cover.
341 Ramona Street Apt. 1, San Mateo, name changes described above must file
CA 94401. The business is conducted a written objection that includes the rea- nEW HP Desk Jet 1112 Printer plus ex- CRYSTAl (lEADED glass) lamp $25. $80. 650-421-5469
by an Individual. The registrants com- sons for the objection at least two court 294 Baby Stuff tra cartridges- $30. Call (650)345-1234 Can send picture. 650-464-7860
menced to transact business under the days before the matter is scheduled to FEnDER MuSTAnG ll guitar amplifier
FBN on 7/1/2017. be heard and must appear at the hearing FISHER-PRICE HEAlTHY Care booster OnKYO Av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital CRYSTAl (lEADED glass) lamp $30.
seat - $5 (650)592-5864. Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, 110 watts 8-guitar settings, with cover.
/s/Guadalupe Espino-Diaz/ to show cause why the petition should Can send picture. 650-464-7860
This statement was filed with the Asses- not be granted. If no written objection is Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 $130.00 650-421-5469
sor-County Clerk on 7/25/2017. (Publish- timely filed, the court may grant the peti- 296 Appliances SAMSunG FlAT TV 20" ex.co.incl.
FIREPlACE CAnDElABRA with 5 bat-
HuGE luDWIG Drum Set Silver Sparkle
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, tion without a hearing. A hearing on the tery-operated candles $30.00, 415-990-
8/4/17, 8/11/17, 8/18/17, 8/25/17). petition shall be held on 9/14/17 at 9 1960'S AvOCADO Osterizer blender VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 6134 & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
a.m., Dept. PJ, Room 2D, at 400 County excellent condition $20.00 (650)596- SOnY DETACHABlE set :3cd /fm/am
Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $5100
Center, Redwood City, CA 94063. A 0513 double tape. exc cond. $70 (415)231- 307 Jewelry & Clothing (650)369-8013
FICTITIOuS BuSInESS nAME copy of this Order to Show Cause shall
STATEMEnT #274474 4825
be published at least once each week for AIR COnDITIOnER 10000 BTU w/re- PIAnO, uPRIGHT, in excellent condi-
The following person is doing business four successive weeks prior to the date JIll ST. John earrings, clip on. Gold /
as: Nick Hammer General Builder, 3584 mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG Tv SOnY Triniton 21" working condition. blue enamel with Jill St. John logo. $10. tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769
set for hearing on the petition in the fol- brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- $10 OBO (650)784-3243.
Crestmoor Dr., SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. (650)588-0842
lowing newspaper of general circulation: 0898 uPRIGHT PIAnO. In tune. Fair condi-
Registered Owner: Nicholas Hammer, San Mateo Daily Journal
same address. The business is conduct- Filed: 8/1/2017 AIR COnDITIOnER, Portable, 14,000
304 Furniture 308 Tools tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886.
ed by an Individual. The registrants /s/Susan Irene Etiyadi/
commenced to transact business under BTU, Commercial Cool model YAMAHA ACOuSTIC Guitar, model
Judge of the Superior Court CPN14xC9, almost like new! All acces- AnTIquE DInInG table for six people CRAFTSMAn 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
the FBN on 6-1-2017. Dated: 8/1/2017 with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 FG830 electric. $400.00 650-421-5469
/s/Nicholas Hammer/ sories plus remote included.
(Published 8/4/17, 8/11/17, 8/18/17, 20 x 16-5/8 x 33-1/2 $345.
This statement was filed with the Asses- AnTIquE MAHOGAnY Bookcase. Four DElTA CABInET SAW with overrun ta- YAMAHA PIAnO, Upright, Model M-305,
sor-County Clerk on 7/28/2017. (Publish- 8/25/17) (650)345-1835
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. ble. $650/obo. (650)342-6993 $750. Call (650)572-2337
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
8/4/17, 8/11/17, 8/18/17, 8/25/17). BISSEll BAGlESS Upright Vacuum, ARMCHAIR GOOD condition $55. 650-
Model 82H1, Dual Edge Cleaning, 266-3184.
Cleanview Hepa Filter $25 650-952-
3500 BEIGE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition
(650) 315-2319
CIRRuS STEAM mop model SM212B 4

lEGAl nOTICES
new extra cleaning pads,user manual. BRAnD nEW Bookcase 72"x30" still in
$45. (650)588-5487 box $45. (415)231-4825.
COlEMAn lXE Roadtrip Grill - CARPET RunnER: 16ft.x26 Wide. Col-
Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 or: floral design. good condition
(650)918-9847 $45.00. (650)266-3184

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Excellent Condition $225
COAT/HAT STAnD, solid wood, for your
mountain cabin/house. $25. (650)520-
7045
Please Call (650)244-9267
Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, GOOD MICROWAvE 1100 watt $40 Da- COMPuTER SWIvEl CHAIR. Padded
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, ly City (415) 231-4825.
JACK lAlAnE'S power juicer. $40.
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
COMPuTER TABlE, adjustable height,
Notice of Public Sales and More. Call (650)364-1243. Leave message. chrome legs, 29x48 like new $30 (650)
697-8481

lARGE FAn - 26" x 26" - good condition DInETTE TABlE, 3 adjustable leaf.$30.
(650) 756-9516.Daly City.
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. - $20.(650)697-6763
REFRIGERATOR COMPACT made by DInInG TABlE (36"x54") and 4 match-
emerson $25.00 good shape joe 650 ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for

Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 573 5269


RIvETER, RIvETS, and case, $9, 650-
$250 .(650)-654-1930.
DRESSER 4-DRAWER in Belmont for
Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com 595-3933
SEWInG MACHInE-ROYAl xL 6000
$75. Good condition; good for children.
Call (650)678-8585
Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. DREXEl HEADBOARD $50. (650)589-
(650)342-8436. 0764
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312 Pets & Animals Garage Sales 379 Open Houses 625 Classic Cars 635 vans 670 Auto Service
AIRlInE CARRIER for cats, pur. from CHEvY 55 BEL AIR 2 door, Standard CHEvROlET 06 Mini VAN, new radia-
Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
(505)228-1480 local.
BOY SCOuT OPEn HOuSE
Transmission V8 Motor, non-op $22,000
obo. (650)952-4036.
tor, tires and brakes. Needs head gasket.
$1450. (650)481-5296 AA SMOG
CAnARY BIRD cage 24 x 16 for sale.
Troop 44 lISTInGS CHEvY 86 CORvETTE. Automatic. HOnDA 04. Odyssey Van, 119K miles,
Complete Repair & Service
$29.75 plus certificate fee
$40.00 firm. Used, good condition. Call
(650)766-3024
Rummage Sale 93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800 clean, title and smog done. Fully loaded!
$5,600. (650)302-5523
(most cars)
List your Open House obo. (650) 952-4036. 869 California Drive .
OnE KEnnEl Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- in the Daily Journal. Burlingame
CORvETTE 69 350 4-SPEED. 50K 640 Motorcycles/Scooters
mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
(650)593-2066
August 5, 2017 (Sat) Reach over 83,450 MIlES. $18.500. Ill trade it for a GMC (650) 340-0492
Truck. (650)481-5296. BMW 03 F650 GS, $3899 OBO. Call
PARROT CAGE, Steel, Large - approx
8am to 3pm potential home buyers & (650) 995-0003
4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best renters a day, FORD 50 4-Door Sedan, Automatic
offer. (650)245-4084 from South San Francisco Transmission, 302V8 $1,200. HOnDA 305 Head, 2 blocks, x-tras.
$500 (415)269-4784
670 Auto Parts
PET CARRIER for small dog or cat in ex-
ELKS LODGE to Palo Alto.
(650)346-9586.
MOTORCYClE SADDlEBAGS, with BRIDGESTOnE AlEnzA 235/65R17,
in your local newspaper.
cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349-
6059 229 W. 20th Ave. 630 Trucks & Suvs mounting hardware and other parts $35.
Call (650)670-2888
$50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty,
used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
San Mateo 94403 Call (650)344-5200
680 Autos Wanted
316 Clothes FORD 00 Ranger-4dr, V6, 94k Miles, 645 Boats
Very Clean, Fiber Glass Tonneau Cover
2 PR action slacks 36w 29L $10.00 $3450 OBO (650)703-2081 Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
each (650)367-1508 Huge 35+ Family 2003 P-15 West Wight Potter sailboat,
excellend condition. $5,500. Call Novas, running or not
435 Rental needed Parts collection etc.
BOY SCOuT canvas belt with Boy Scout Rummage Sale to MITSuBBISHI 05 SUV, 4 wheel drive, (650)347-2559
So clean out that garage
Buckle. Vintage. Fair condition. $5. SEEKInG APT or Studio on Peninsula 126K miles, clean, smog done, fully load-
benefit Troop 44 Give me a call

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ed. $5,500. (650)302-5523 Upholstery. Call (650)898-5732. Joe 650 342-2483
1000.00 per month great references call
FAuX FuR Coat Woman's brown multi or email 650-814-9737 or
color in excellent condition 3/4 twaibel@msn.com
length $50 (650)692-8012 Clothes and Shoes
GEnuInE lADIES Mink Fur Jacket, Kids, Men & Women. 470 Rooms
$75.00 Call: 650-368-0748
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lADIES BOOTS size 8 , 3 pairs different Non-Profit Home Sharing Program
styles , $20/ pair. call (650)592-2648 Outdoor & Sports San Mateo County
(650)348-6660
37 Bit of suspended 43 Big hat
lADIES SEquIn dress, blue, size xL,
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 Gear 1 Enjoy deeply 1 Its in the bag decoration 44 Ancient prophet
6 Verne voyager 2 Void 38 Controversial 45 Comics villain
MEn'S STETSOn hat, size large, new, Toys, Games, Books 620 Automobiles 10 Campus 3 Like a motormouth political since 1940
rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
(650) 578-9208 & DVDS 94 JAGuAR XJS COnvERTIBlE - 96k hangout 4 Org. concerned cartoonist 49 Gives the
nEW WITH tags Wool or cotton Men's Household Items. new top, tires, black two owners cal car,
very sound vehicle, price to sell $4900
14 Things are never with ladder safety 39 Put up heave-ho
pullover sweaters (xL) $15/each howseru@Gmail.com mention Jag quite as scary 5 GPS datum 40 Projecting 50 Conquistadors
(650)952-3466
Lots of great stuff, plus when youve got 6 An ill-defined architectural treasure
PARIS HIlTOn purse white & silver un-
used, about 12" long x 9" high drinks, snacks and bake Dont lose money __ friend: Bill and disreputable features 52 Speed meas.
$23. (650)592-2648 sale. on a trade-in or Watterson literary banana 41 Capital NE of 56 Chopped array
TuXEDO SIzE 40, black, including white consignment! 15 Old Roman poet republic: Bogot 58 Southeast Asian
shirt, excellent cond. $50 650-355-5189 16 Once more __ Stephen King 42 Get to work, with tongue
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$40. (650)367-1508
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318 Sports Equipment Auto Classifieds. 17 Why St. Peter 8 __ spring
HuGE MulTI-FAMIlY owns darning 9 __ bodkins!: old
15 SF Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds,
Jeff Kent, JT Snow. 6' x 2.5' Unused. $4 PARKInG-lOT SAlE! Just $45 needles? oath
each. $35 all. (650)588-1946 San Bruno Well run it 20 Actor Idris __ 10 The Raven verb
til you sell it! 21 Take this 11 Straighten, as
BOW FlEX Max Trainer M-3-Very Good
Condition, Like New, Assembled, Paid Saturday only! 22 Naturally lit ones legs
$1200 asking $800 Call Michael
(650)784-1061. Aug 5th 8am - 5pm Reach 83,450 drivers indoor spaces 12 Diet doctor
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have a high desire to not disrupt any of the

HUB critical services that are ongoing at any of


these facilities.
In addition to the city and the county,
Showdown set in Venezuela as
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around an unused railroad crossing at


other partners, such as the Sequoia
Healthcare District, have been active in the
planning process, which Peters expects to
new assembly preparesfor power
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS power struggle. Opposition lawmakers in
Middlefield Road to form a community hub include the broader community once the
for the North Fair Oaks neighborhood in public planning process is launched in congress have vowed they will only be
Redwood City and unincorporated San early 2018 and a developer for the housing CARACAS, Venezuela Venezuela is near- removed by force.
Mateo County. project is selected. ing a showdown, with President Nicolas The only way theyll get us out of here is
Dubbed Middlefield Junction, the area Both the master planner and the develop- Maduro vowing to install a new constituent by killing us, declared Freddy Guevara, the
officials are eyeing as a center for neigh- er will be working together to design a assembly that will trump every other branch National Assemblys first vice president.
borhood resources occupies three parcels in robust community engagement effort to of government and opposition leaders call- They will never have the seat that the peo-
the 2500-2700 block of Middlefield Road decide what goes on that back parcel within ing for a mass protest to ensure delegates ple of Venezuela gave us.
and includes the Fair Oaks Community the confines of what we can afford, she said. know their arrival is unwelcome. Sundays election of the constituent assem-
Center, the Fair Oaks Branch Library, the Peters expected conversations with pos- The first meeting of the 545 delegates is bly has come under mounting scrutiny after
Fair Oaks Health Center and the countys sible partners and regional bodies, such as expected to convene Friday at the legislative the CEO of an international voting technolo-
Human Services Agency branch in Redwood SamTrans, to help identify funding sources palace in Caracas only yards (meters) from gy company said Wednesday that without
City. for the tens of millions of dollars needed to the room where the opposition-controlled any doubt the voter turnout numbers had
Heather Peters, a housing and community fund the overall project. Though officials National Assembly holds its sessions. been tampered with accusations that
development specialist for the countys plan to tap low-income tax credits, new The legislative palace has been witness to Maduro and the National Electoral Council
Department of Housing, said the unique market tax credits and several other funding bloody clashes in recent weeks and Fridays have dismissed. A growing list of foreign
location of the parcels along the border of streams to support the affordable housing installation of the all-powerful assembly, nations has refused to recognize the assem-
Redwood City and unincorporated San planned for the rear parcel, she said the which Maduro has vowed to use to strip bly and many within Venezuela fear its instal-
Mateo County spurred collaboration project could be competitive for funds from opposition lawmakers of their constitutional lation will open a dark chapter in the nations
between the city and county on creating a the state Legislatures extension of cap- immunity, sets the stage for an intensified history.
master plan for the area. In its preliminary and-trade and other transportation funding
stages, officials expect the project to coor- if connections between the project and pro- Ferarris began out of a mutual passion for
dinate much-needed updates to older facili-
ties with a new housing development that
has been discussed for about a year, said
Peters.
posed transportation options for the area
can be made.
One such option officials are keeping a
CIDER
Continued from page 1
unique beverages.
These are the ones that I like to support,
he said.
close eye on is SamTrans Dumbarton Milpitas resident Don Gorday III said he
When all of the redevelopment is done Corridor Study. Recently released recom-
on the three parcels, were planning on makes a trip to the taproom most Fridays
mendations suggest possible right-of-way from their friends, who helped them test
having a really vibrant, connected commu- after work in Palo Alto to spend time with
needs spanning the train tracks that inter- their creations.
nity center there, she said. We really hope longtime friends Lucas and Ferarris and
sect with Middlefield Road and abut the rear The cider wasnt like anything else that
for it to be a focal point for the communi- check out their new creations. He said he has
of the housing development. Transit offi- we could buy, he said.
ty. developed an interest in beverages that are
cials said they could need up to 23 feet of At their encouragement, Lucas and
Already a gathering place for thousands less common in stores, and has enjoyed the
additional land to accommodate newly pro- Ferarris doubled down on the many steps
of residents in need of medical and social fact that Redwood Coast ciders are not as
posed bus routes and new train running from involved in producing cider, finding a
services as well as nonprofit or govern- sweet as other hard ciders hes tried.
the Dumbarton highway and rail bridges. Placerville farm producing the right blend
ment-run service providers, the Middlefield of dessert apples and perfecting the fermen- Most of the ciders you get in the store are
That study is still in the preliminary stages
Road blocks are physically separated by tation process they use to turn the apple like a bottle of candy, he said, adding that
and no funding has been secured for any
unused railroad tracks, with 2-acre and 2.7- juice into an alcoholic beverage. But it was- there isnt a cider theyve made that he has-
improvements, but its a prospect that
acre parcels home to the human services, nt until they set their eyes on a space on nt liked.
could affect improvements to the juncture.
library and community center to the north Peters said officials would have more San Carlos east side, zoned for industrial Lucas said Kosmic Lighthouse Ride, a
of the tracks. A 3-acre parcel south of the details for the project when plans for the uses, that they felt their hobby had turned cider bringing the taste of sour apples and
tracks and adjacent to the Fair Oaks Health housing development go before the into its own business. fruit flowers together, has been their most
Center at 2710 Middlefield Road is slated Redwood City Council and San Mateo That was when it really started getting popular cider yet. Beer-brewing techniques
for the new housing development, expected County Board of Supervisors in September. real, said Lucas. allow them to infuse their ciders with a vari-
to include units at varying levels of afford- Though she acknowledged the challenges Though their business has expanded to ety of flavors, from vanilla and malt to cit-
ability. The number and composition of the officials face in balancing the needs of mul- include growler deliveries to restaurants and rus and white pepper.
units will be determined once a developer is tiple stakeholders in an area slated for a bustling taproom five afternoons a week, Even though hes dropped his day job, the
selected for the site later this year, said change, Peters was hopeful close collabora- the pair has kept their team to two. Lucas, a 43-year-old still has his hands full with a 1-
Peters. tion between the city, county and other 43-year-old San Mateo resident, recently year-old and hopes of bottling their cider in
Peters said the new housing planned for partners would continue to support the proj- left a job as a fitness center manager to turn the near future. But bringing smiles to the
the parcel at the rear of the Fair Oaks Health ect. his full attention to their cider business, faces of customers like Gorday and Pulido is
Center will mark the projects first phase, Often in communities that are on the dropping kegs off at local restaurants and the reason why Lucas has devoted his career
with officials hoping to complete construc- borderline of two different jurisdictions, overseeing the taproom most afternoons. to cider.
tion within five years. She noted the parcel its difficult to serve them just because of With 20 years of experience in the restau- Its great to see somebody really enjoy-
may provide planners with space to house the logistics of funding and locations and rant business, Pulido said he is inclined to ing something that I made, he said. And
services provided at existing facilities responsibility, she said. This is a really support businesses like the one Lucas and maybe getting a little tipsy on it.
while they are renovated and expanded in unique opportunity for collaboration
the projects future stages. focused on delivering benefits to the com-
Its going to be a very, very long-term munity in an area that has challenging
process in multiple stages, she said. We boundaries.
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